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CNN's Jake Tapper talks to host Stephen A. Smith about the Ray Rice video and the National Organization for Women.
You know why she stays? Sometimes it's because she looks in the mirror and sees a stranger staring back at her. Eyes devoid of spirit. No remnants of a smile anywhere on her face. A blank, colorless mask covering the strong, independent person she used to be. She has no idea who she is anymore. Everything she thought she knew about herself has been stripped. She knows only the screams of condemnation. "You're no good. You're stupid. You're selfish. Who else could ever love you?"
Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins -- a contender for the National League's most valuable player award -- will apparently sit out the rest of the season after a pitched ball struck him in the face.
A flag raised amid death and devastation. A voice on the phone. A cry in the dark. They are tales of ordinary people caught in the extraordinary circumstances of 9/11.
T.J. Lane, a remorseless killer who escaped from an Ohio prison where he was serving three life sentences for a school shooting, was found 100 yards away and was brought back without incident.
Massive waves knocked a man off his kayak as he struggled to swim ashore with help from nearby surfers. WOOD Reports.
Rachel Crane got her hands on the iPhone 6 specs, printed up some models and put the new, bigger phones to the test.
Two men, shocked at what they saw, describe an unarmed teenager with his hands up in the air as he's gunned down by a police officer.
Opinion: No one Huck Finns rivers like they used to, writes CNN's John Sutter. And maybe that's why they're disappearing. The antidote? Share their stories. Here are 27 of yours.
Victor White III died in a Louisiana hospital, the victim of a gunshot that police said White fired after being frisked twice, handcuffed and placed in the back of a New Iberia police cruiser.
While al Qaeda dominated the national conversation on terror after 9/11, nowadays many groups -- from Al-Shabaab to ISIS -- have emerged as real, dangerous threats to the West and beyond.