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Real estate heir Robert Durst says he 'killed them all'

Real estate heir Robert Durst says he 'killed them all'

(CNN) -- He admitted to shooting and dismembering his neighbor, but was acquitted of murder. He was suspected in his first wife's disappearance, but no one could pin him to it.
Stocks: 6 things to know before the open

Stocks: 6 things to know before the open

Monday morning blues? Not in Europe, where markets are resuming their race higher. Will Wall Street follow? Here are the six things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York:
What if there's no Iran deal?

What if there's no Iran deal?

No deal is better than a bad deal, say critics of President Barack Obama's nuclear talks with Iran. But what if Republican and Democratic opponents succeed in their intensifying effort to derail the diplomacy?
Aid workers scramble to help Cyclone Pam victims in Vanuatu

Aid workers scramble to help Cyclone Pam victims in Vanuatu

 The fury of Tropical Cyclone Pam, one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall, has moved on, but the misery it left behind in the islands of Vanuatu is just starting to become apparent.
Aid workers scramble to help Cyclone Pam victims in Vanuatu

Aid workers scramble to help Cyclone Pam victims in Vanuatu

 The fury of Tropical Cyclone Pam, one of the most powerful storms ever to make landfall, has moved on, but the misery it left behind in the islands of Vanuatu is just starting to become apparent.
FAST FACTS: What you need to know about ISIS

FAST FACTS: What you need to know about ISIS

Here's a look at Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Facts: Started as an al Qaeda splinter group.
Taming ISIS on Twitter: More than a game of whack-a-mole

Taming ISIS on Twitter: More than a game of whack-a-mole

One of the most pernicious phrases in the debate over how to counter extremist use of social media is "whack-a-mole."
Bruised, misshapen fruit gets second life for 30% off

Bruised, misshapen fruit gets second life for 30% off

 NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Giving the gift of a perfect apple -- without a single blemish -- is an honored tradition in Japan. Americans don't care much for misshapen fruit, either.
U.S. Ebola patient arrives at hospital from Sierra Leone

U.S. Ebola patient arrives at hospital from Sierra Leone

(CNN) -- An American health care worker who came down with Ebola while volunteering in West Africa arrived Friday at a National Institutes of Health hospital in Maryland for treatment, the NIH said.
Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Markets are looking calmer Friday after a highly volatile week. U.S. stock futures are inching up and global markets are broadly steady.
ISIS blows up Iraqi army HQ in battle for Ramadi

ISIS blows up Iraqi army HQ in battle for Ramadi

More than 40 Iraqi soldiers were killed when ISIS blew up the Iraqi army headquarters near Ramadi in Iraq's western Anbar province, an Anbar provincial leader told CNN, as the battle continues for control of key cities in Iraq.
Iraqi forces retake most of Tikrit from ISIS

Iraqi forces retake most of Tikrit from ISIS

About 75% of the besieged Iraqi city of Tikrit is now back in government control, the head of a key paramilitary force taking part in the attack told CNN on Thursday.
Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

Stocks: 4 things to know before the open

The dollar rally is cooling off, at least for now. Here are the four things you need to know before the opening bell rings in New York:
George Soros Fast Facts

George Soros Fast Facts

 Here's a look at the life of one of the most successful investment financiers in the world, George Soros. An active philanthropist, Soros has donated more than $10 billion to various causes over the years.
Rand Paul: Give the Kurds a country

Rand Paul: Give the Kurds a country

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Sen. Rand Paul wants to give the Kurds their own country.