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Nigeria's 'Tomato Emergency'

Africa's largest economy is facing a serious tomato shortage. A great part of its crops have been destroyed by a deadly moth.

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Repo man charged with manslaughter after woman dies in crash

A Utah repossession agent has been charged with manslaughter after prosecutors said he forced a mother from a road in her SUV while trying to take back the vehicle

CEO pay climbs again, even as their stock prices don't

Pay packages for CEOs at the biggest companies kept climbing last year, even though their companies' stock prices largely went nowhere

Church slaying families accept pursuit of death penalty

Several family members of the nine people gunned down at a historic black church in Charleston say they support decisions by state and federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty for the man charged in the slayings

Microsoft Is Finally Washing Its Hands Of Its Failed Nokia Venture

It only took three years and about $8 billion.

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Police Called on Naked Sleepwalker in the Streets

A sleepwalking tourist was approached by police who were expecting it to be a dare of some kind. Fortunately and unfortunately it was just a bad night for the person sleeping. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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This Sinkhole Swallowed More Than A Dozen Cars In Florence, Italy

The cars slid into the hole, which reached depths of 22 feet in some spots.

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Belgium detains 4 IS suspects who may have planned attacks

Prosecutors in Belgium say they have detained four suspected Islamic State group recruiters, who they say may have planned new attacks in the country

Phoenix-area police seek suspect after 2 hit by gunfire

Authorities say they're searching for at least one suspect after a motorist in the Phoenix area was hit by gunfire, another was wounded in a carjacking, and a patrol cruiser was struck by a bullet

A Statue of the Virgin Mary Crying a Single Tear Sparks Pilgrimage

A statue of the Virgin Mary in Floridablanco, Colombia has sparked a pilgrimage after the statue appeared to have cried a single tear of blood. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

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The Latest: 11 states sue over federal transgender directive

Texas and 10 other states are suing the Obama administration over new federal guidance for transgender students in public schools

Those Aren't Burritos; That's $3,000 Worth Of Meth

U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents in Arizona say they recently seized meth disguised as a bag of burritos.

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Eleven states sue the Obama administration over new federal guidance for transgender students in public schools

Eleven states sue the Obama administration over new federal guidance for transgender students in public schools

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's accounting in SEC probe

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba says it is under investigation by U.S. regulators in connection with its accounting practices. The company disclosed the investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in a regulatory filing Tuesday.

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Oklahoma tribal chief impeached over financial improprieties

An Oklahoma tribal chief has been impeached after he faced questions regarding the use of his tribe's finances

Country Star Charlie Daniels Doesn't Think Iran Has 'Met America'

Country music singer Charlie Daniels also calls President Obama a "flower child" in a video released by the National Rifle Association.

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Drones capture Ghana like you've never seen it before

Founded in 2014, AeroShutter is one of the first drone companies in Ghana, providing aerial surveys and footage that capture Ghana in ways never seen before.

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Reports: Billionaire Peter Thiel funding Hulk Hogan suit

Reports say billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel has been secretly funding Hulk Hogan's sex tape lawsuit against Gawker

Mother of fallen Everest climber speaks

Maritha Strydom speaks with CNN's Robyn Curnow about the last time she spoke with her daughter Marisa before her fatal climb on Mt. Everest.

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What to know about long lines at airport security

Fliers should brace for long waits at airport security over the holiday weekend

Fire rips through Silicon Valley strip mall, ravaging shops

Authorities say a massive fire tore through a small strip mall in Silicon Valley, burning down more than half its businesses

Hulk Hogan, Gawker back in court in Florida

A court hearing involving the Hulk Hogan sex tape is underway in Florida, with Gawker Media asking for a new trial

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Paper Cut: Victoria's Secret Is Done With Catalogs

Victoria's Secret is axing its print catalog and several of its collections, including swimwear, casual clothing and shoes.

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Man Offering Free Caribbean Trip to Whoever Can Help His Girlfriend

A professional kite surfer is offering a free six month trip to the caribbean to anyone who can help his girlfriend with her physical therapy. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the hotels.

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Active Duty US Soldiers, Veteran Reach The Top Of Mount Everest

After starting an expedition in April, two active duty U.S. soldiers and a single-leg amputee veteran made it to the top of Mount Everest.

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