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Obama attends Easter services at personally important Baptist church

Obama attends Easter services at personally important Baptist church

President Barack Obama attended Easter services at the 19th Street Baptist Church on Sunday, a house of worship that he visited the Sunday before he was first inaugurated President in 2009.
Police file raises questions about bullying in Rebecca Sedwick's suicide

Police file raises questions about bullying in Rebecca Sedwick's suicide

 It is a case about alleged bullying that garnered national and international attention.
House lawmakers push back on Ukraine aid

House lawmakers push back on Ukraine aid

 The White House is not going far enough in sending aid to Ukraine, say top Republicans and Democrats on the House Armed Services Committee in a letter to President Obama that was obtained by CNN.
Colorado question: Did marijuana play a role in husband's alleged slaying of wife?

Colorado question: Did marijuana play a role in husband's alleged slaying of wife?

 What role, if any, did legally purchased and consumed marijuana play in a husband's alleged murder of his wife this week in Denver?
What made Nevada rancher fight the feds?

What made Nevada rancher fight the feds?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- When the Bureau of Land Management retreated from a standoff with Cliven Bundy, a few hundred people traveled to his Nevada ranch to protest what they see as an overreach of the federal government.
Harry Reid defends 'domestic terrorists' comments

Harry Reid defends 'domestic terrorists' comments

(CNN) -- In a blunt exchange that hit on a major American divide, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat from Nevada, stood by his comments that militia groups involved in a ranch standoff are "domestic terrorists," while the s
More Clinton documents released

More Clinton documents released

(CNN) -- The William J. Clinton Presidential Library released a fourth batch of confidential memos, notes and other papers from the Clinton White House on Friday.
Ukraine protesters: Russian foreign minister 'did not sign anything for us'

Ukraine protesters: Russian foreign minister 'did not sign anything for us'

The self-declared leader of pro-Russian separatists in the eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk on Friday defied an international deal for militants to vacate seized buildings and lay down their arms.
Easter, Holy Week fast facts

Easter, Holy Week fast facts

Here's a look at what you need to know about Easter and Holy Week.
The delicate and utterly mouth-watering art of world's master Easter egg makers

The delicate and utterly mouth-watering art of world's master Easter egg makers

French fashion designers don't hold a monopoly on haute.
Suspect in KC-area highway shooting charged with 18 counts in 9 incidents

Suspect in KC-area highway shooting charged with 18 counts in 9 incidents

Mohammed Whitaker, suspect in the Kansas City-area highway shootings, is charged with 18 felony counts covering nine incidents, Jackson County's prosecutor said Friday.
More Clinton documents released

More Clinton documents released

The William J. Clinton Presidential Library released a fourth batch of confidential memos, notes and other papers from the Clinton White House on Friday.
AIDS/HIV Fast Facts

AIDS/HIV Fast Facts

Here's a look at what you need to know about AIDS and HIV globally, with a special focus on Africa. Facts: AIDS stands for acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, and is also called acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
Beer, grilled cheese and really clean clothes

Beer, grilled cheese and really clean clothes

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Nestled on a New York side street, a new type of laundromat has opened its doors, offering gourmet cheese sandwiches and drop-off laundry services.
Detroit pension cuts hit civilian workers hardest

Detroit pension cuts hit civilian workers hardest

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- As Detroit moved closer to plugging its massive financial hole this week, a stark fact of life was hammered home for thousands of retirees: Civilian employees, including sanitation and office workers, could end up bearing