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Larry Wilmore tickles funny bones, goes for throat in 'The Nightly Show' debut

Larry Wilmore tickles funny bones, goes for throat in 'The Nightly Show' debut

 (CNN) -- It's funny. It's serious. Seriously funny? We'll see.
Six ways to get free money for college

Six ways to get free money for college

President Obama wants to make community college free -- but don't hold your breath.
Facebook claims it created 4.5 million jobs

Facebook claims it created 4.5 million jobs

A Facebook-sponsored study found that the social network has created 4.5 million jobs around the world and added $227 billion to the global economy in 2014.
Single bomb threat affects two Delta flights

Single bomb threat affects two Delta flights

A Delta flight that landed in New York Monday night was searched after a bomb threat was made.
Taking it to the streets: Protest marches mark the MLK Day holiday

Taking it to the streets: Protest marches mark the MLK Day holiday

Protests -- some disruptive, but none violent -- marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day across the country.

'Can we go back in?'

The final moments of the Seahawks-Packers game were a roller coaster ride, but some fans missed it because they left the game early.

Cashing in his pennies

After 65 years of saving, an 81-year-old Slaton, Texas man has deposited $816 worth of pennies. Ira Keys hasn't spent a penny since he was 17 years old, because of advice his father gave him.

Measles on the move

More than 50 people have been diagnosed with the measles in an outbreak that began in December at California's Disneyland.
The Pope said what?!? More stunners from Francis

The Pope said what?!? More stunners from Francis

In politics, they call it going "off message." In acting, they call it going "off script." In the Catholic Church under Pope Francis, it has become business as usual.
Apple's MLK Day honors stir controversy

Apple's MLK Day honors stir controversy

 Tim Cook has a framed picture of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the wall in his office.
Ceasefire reached in Yemen after day of heavy fighting, officials say

Ceasefire reached in Yemen after day of heavy fighting, officials say

 Government forces and rebels in Yemen agreed to a ceasefire Monday after heavy fighting in the capital, Sanaa, Yemen's interior minister and a rebel official said.
Paying respects to real 'American Sniper'

Paying respects to real 'American Sniper'

The Oscar nominated film "American Sniper" debuted over the weekend.
Michael Moore calls snipers 'cowards' on Twitter

Michael Moore calls snipers 'cowards' on Twitter

Documentary filmmaker Michael Moore pronounced that "snipers aren't heroes" in a tweet on Sunday as "American Sniper," the Oscar-nominated biopic of a former Navy SEAL and sharpshooter, won the weekend box office.
Microsoft patents theater mode for your phone

Microsoft patents theater mode for your phone

Your next phone might automatically go into "theater mode" when you're at the movies. Your smartphone will stay silent and the screen will go dim.
Young minds, bright future: Robotics revolution hits Ugandan classrooms

Young minds, bright future: Robotics revolution hits Ugandan classrooms

Building and programing a robot from scratch may sound like an impossible task to most primary school students, but one man is changing that mind-set for a generation of Ugandans.