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Bourdain pushes Cooper's food boundaries

Adventurous foodie Anthony Bourdain takes Anderson Cooper to a restaurant to feast on an unusual delicacy.

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No new info released on threats vs. relatives in 8 slayings

Ohio's attorney general says authorities have no new information to indicate whether there's an ongoing threat to relatives of eight family members slain in southern Ohio

Q&A: Puerto Rico's debt crisis explained

Q&A: Getting up to speed on Puerto Rico's debt crisis

Companies crucial to energy exploration abandon $34B merger

The Justice Department says two companies crucial to the business of U.S. energy exploration _ Halliburton and Baker Hughes _ have abandoned their planned merger

Can We Call It A Comeback? Floyd Mayweather Files For '50' Trademarks

Mayweather's camp is trying to trademark "TMT 50" and "TBE 50," all but guaranteeing the retired boxer will return to the ring.

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Newly Discovered Jellyfish Looks Like Alien Spacecraft

A video published by the NOAA shows a Jellyfish from the Mariana Trench that looks exactly like a hovering UFO. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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President Obama Speaks Out On Osama Bin Laden's Death 5 Years Later

In his first interview from the Situation Room, Obama tells CNN about the raid that killed the Al-Qaeda leader.

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230 million-year-old dinosaur footprint found in north Spain

Spain says a footprint of a dinosaur that roamed the area 230 million years ago has been found in northeastern Catalonia, and says it's the best preserved dinosaur print seen so far in the Iberian Peninsula

The Latest: Record: Man jailed in plot to bomb Jewish center

A man is jailed on federal charges stemming from an alleged plot to detonate an explosive at a Jewish center in South Florida

Flowers' Memory May Come From Mad Cow Disease Protein

Scientists from MIT are cautiously saying there's a chance that memories in flowers could form using the same proteins that cause Mad Cow Disease in humans. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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National Wrestling Hall of Fame revokes Hastert's awards

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame has voted to revoke all honors for Dennis Hastert after the former House speaker was accused of sexually abusing teenagers decades ago

LA County Sheriff's Official Resigns Amid Racist Email Controversy

Tom Angel forwarded the emails from his work account during his time at the Burbank Police Department.

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1 dead in shooting at New Jersey college frat house

A shooting at a fraternity house near the New Jersey Institute of Technology has left one person dead

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Man to be exonerated 50-plus years after wrongful conviction

More than forty years after being released from prison following a wrongful conviction in a New York City killing, a Virginia man is returning to a courtroom to be fully exonerated

A Grieving Mother Wants To Warn You About This Rare But Deadly Amoeba

Jennifer McClain's daughter Kelsey died after becoming infected with a brain-eating amoeba in 2015.

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Bodies of missing climbers found 16 years later?

Bodies of world-class climber, Alex Lowe, and cameraman, David Bridges, may have been found 16 years later.

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WhatsApp suspended in Brazil

The popular WhatsApp messaging service is not working in Brazil, apparently as a result of an ongoing judicial battle

Most Detroit public school shut down

Ninety-four out of 97 Detroit Public Schools are closed Monday because instructors called in sick, school district spokeswoman Michelle A. Zdrodowski said. The so-called sickout came after teachers found out they would not be paid for two months of work.

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Judge temporarily blocks removal of Confederate monument

A judge has temporarily barred the city of Louisville from removing a 70-foot-tall Confederate monument from the University of Louisville campus

Closing arguments set in 'Grim Sleeper' serial killer trial

The trial of alleged "Grim Sleeper" Lonnie Franklin Jr. headed to a close Monday after months of testimony about a serial killer who stalked women during the 1980s crack cocaine epidemic, then lay low for 14 years before renewing the grisly sex attacks

Atlantic City avoids default, makes $1.8M bond payment

Cash-strapped Atlantic City has scraped together enough money to make a $1.8 million bond payment Monday morning, narrowly avoiding becoming the first New Jersey municipality to default on its debt in 78 years

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This Woman Is Suing Starbucks For $5 Million — Over Ice

The suit claims Starbucks is misleading customers because the amount of coffee or tea in the cup doesn't match the drink size advertised.

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Parents Admit to Stealing from Piggybanks

A new poll is saying 46% of parents steal from their kids' piggybanks. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the answer of how many put the money back.

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Brussels Airport Reopens Departure Lounge 6 Weeks After Attacks

Brussels Airport partially reopened the departure hall roughly 40 days after the attacks at the airport.

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