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76 anti-ICE protesters arrested during sit-in at Microsoft store in New York

76 anti-ICE protesters were arrested for blocking traffic in Manhattan during a sit-in at the Microsoft store on Fifth Avenue, a New York Police Department spokesman said. The protesters are demanding the tech company stop allowing ICE to use their technology.

At least 22 people injured in deck collapse at New Jersey beach house

At least 22 people were injured Saturday evening after a deck collapsed at a home in Wildwood, New Jersey, according to representatives for area hospitals.

Tropical Storm Humberto is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane Sunday

The Bahamas missed the brunt of Tropical Storm Humberto, which is expected to become a Category 1 hurricane.

A former NFL player is accused of destroying his business to make it look like a hate crime burglary

A former NFL player is facing criminal charges after he allegedly destroyed his business near Atlanta to make it look like a hate crime burglary, police said.

10-year-old Texas girl contracts brain-eating amoeba while swimming

A 10-year-old girl is fighting for her life after she contracted a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in the Brazos River and Lake Whitney in Bosque County near Waco, Texas.

Backstreet Boys surprise Down syndrome group with a meet-and-greet before Louisville concert

After a Down syndrome community group in Louisville created a remake video of the Backstreet Boys hit song "I Want It That Way," the band planned a special surprise.

Former college basketball star who sued the NCAA says California's fair pay bill is 'changing the game'

Ed O'Bannon, who led the 1995 UCLA basketball championship team, sued the NCAA and video game maker for using his likeness. He still hasn't seen any proceeds.

New York attorney general exposes $1 billion in wire transfers by Sackler family

Authorities have identified about $1 billion in wire transfers between the owners of pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma, the entities they control and different financial institutions, New York Attorney General Letitia James said.

A gunman is on the run after a shooting in Seattle leaves one dead and 2 injured at a light rail station

A gunman is on the run after opening fire at a light rail station in Seattle, leaving one person dead and two others injured, police said.

Woman is arrested after California lawmakers are splashed with red liquid on Senate floor

California lawmakers were evacuated after a woman tossed a feminine hygiene product containing what appeared to be blood onto the Senate floor, officials said.

5 things to know for September 12: Immigration, vaping, 2020 Dems, Bahamas, tariffs

In an interview for SiriusXM's "Jess Cagle Show," Renée Zellweger talks about the moment she overheard people talking about her on a London subway.

Tropical Storm Humberto gets close to Bahamian islands devastated by Dorian

The Bahamas are bracing for Tropical Storm Humberto, which will bring rain and wind to Abaco and Grand Bahama. CNN's Allison Chinchar reports these areas are still recovering from the devastating effects of Hurricane Dorian.

A driver intentionally drove his truck into an Ohio hospital ER, leaving 1 dead and 2 injured, police say

One person is dead and two are injured after police say a man intentionally crashed his truck into the emergency room of an Ohio hospital. CNN affiliate WBNS reports.

Jerry Falwell Jr. faces backlash over emails in which he allegedly belittled students and staff at Liberty University

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. encouraged students to get concealed carry gun permits.

Felicity Huffman gets 14 days in prison in connection with college admission scandal

Former "Desperate Housewives" actress Felicity Huffman will spend 14 days in prison and pay a $30,000 fine for her role in what authorities have called the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.

They texted the wrong number, but reached the right person -- a total stranger who offered to help

A text message sent to a wrong number led to an unexpected act of kindness. CNN affiliate KNXV has the details on how a stranger went above and beyond for an Arizona family in need of some help.

A Texas school district said a 4-year-old boy had to braid his hair or cut it off. Parents say that discriminates against black hairstyles

Parents of a young male student say they were told by a Texas school district to cut his long hair or go to class wearing a dress and tell his classmates he is a girl. CNN affiliate KETK has the story.

A baby born at 9:11 p.m. on 9/11 weighed 9 pounds, 11 ounces

Little Christina Brown brought some joy to a somber day in America's history. CNN affiliate WREG has the story of the unbelievable coincidence of the September 11 newborn delivered at 9:11 p.m., weighing 9 pounds, 11 ounces.

He was nervous about the first day of school, so his school bus driver held his hand for support

A bus driver helped a young student get over his first-day jitters with a heartwarming gesture. A photo shows how the bus driver reached out and grabbed the student's hand to help comfort him.

Parents allege fertility clinic impregnated mother with sperm of another man

A New Jersey couple, who conceived through in vitro fertilization, are suing their fertility clinic after a DNA test said there's a 0% chance the man is his daughter's biological father.

Are you ready for the full moon? Here's how to take the best photos

A legendary day for bad luck will have excellent mood lighting courtesy of harvest moon

Felicity Huffman is set to become the first parent sentenced for the college admissions scandal Friday

Award-winning actress Felicity Huffman will be in the spotlight Friday, much to her chagrin.

An Ohio woman who buried her newborn in the backyard will serve no more jail time

Brooke Skylar Richardson, who was accused of killing and burying her newborn baby in 2017, broke down in tears as a judge delivered the jury's verdict.

5 things to know for September 13: 2020 Dems, Census case, boat fire, Bahamas, Russia

Hurricane season has peaked and there are three disturbances across the Atlantic. One of which is threatening the Bahamas and Florida, and will likely be the next named storm.

The remains of a man missing for 22 years have been found -- thanks to Google Earth

The remains of a man who vanished nearly 22 years ago were found after a previous resident of a Wellington, Florida, neighborhood noticed something in a retention pond while browsing Google Earth, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.

She started helping Detroit's impoverished community in her house. Now, her nonprofit has reached 250,000 people.

CNN Hero Najah Bazzy says she's following the love in her heart as she provides for her community. Zaman International offers free food, clothes, furniture and wraparound services to break the cycle of poverty.

She started helping Detroit's impoverished community in her house. Now, her nonprofit has reached 250,000 people.

Najah Bazzy is delivering hope and healing in America's poorest city. Her nonprofit has helped more than 250,000 women and children, providing basic necessities, education and job training.

Former NFL player Terrell Roberts shot and killed

Ex-NFL player Terrell Roberts was shot and killed in California's Bay Area, police told CNN. He was 38.

He spent his entire life pranking others. Now his family is sending him off with a comedic obituary

An 82-year-old Connecticut man known for pranking those around him got his very own comedic farewell in an unusual obituary. CNN affiliate WFSB reports.

CNN analyst Bakari Sellers' baby daughter receives liver transplant, ending months of waiting

CNN commentator Bakari Sellers opens up about his family's battle with his daughter's rare liver condition and the importance of organ donations.

Sacramento woman is hospitalized after using facial cream tainted with mercury

A woman has been hospitalized after using a facial cream tainted with methylmercury, the Sacramento County Department of Health Services said in a news release. She obtained the cream through an informal network and, "The mercury was not added by the Pond's manufacturer, but by a third party after purchase," it said.

Sacramento woman is hospitalized after using facial cream tainted with mercury

Sacramento Woman in Semi-Comatose State after Using Tainted Face Cream from Mexico

Wisconsin man ran a drug ring that filled up to 5,000 bootleg vaping cartridges per day, police say

Two brothers arrested, accused of running a drug empire in southeast Wisconsin.

5 things to know for September 12: Immigration, vaping, 2020 Dems, Bahamas, tariffs

CNN's Elizabeth Cohen reports on a 16-year-old with vaping-related illness as teens increasingly use e-cigarettes.

5 things to know for September 12: Immigration, vaping, 2020 Dems, Bahamas, tariffs

The tropics continue to be active as we continue to monitor an area of low pressure near the Turks and Caicos. This system could potentially be our next named Atlantic storm as well as bring rain to an area already devastated by Hurricane Dorian. Derek Van Dam has the latest forecast.

Cleveland Browns star's girlfriend dies in a car accident weeks after giving birth

The girlfriend of Cleveland Browns defensive end Chris Smith, Petara Cordero, was killed in a car accident weeks after giving birth to the couple's son.

'This is childhood cancer': A mom shared a heart-wrenching photo of her 4-year-old son with leukemia

Kaitlin Burge shares the story behind this photo of her 5-year old daughter supporting her 4-year-old son with cancer.

Texas mother Crystal Mason appeals five-year sentence for illegal voting

CNN's Nina Elbagir speaks with Crystal Mason, who was sentenced to five years in prison for voting illegally in the 2016 election.

An employee stabbed 5 people at a Florida workplace after a dispute, Tallahassee police say

Police in Tallahassee, Florida, say they are investigating a stabbing incident that occurred at Dyke Industries. CNN's Nick Valencia reports.

Megachurch pastor who was known for his work in mental health advocacy kills himself

Pastor and mental health advocate Jarrid Wilson, who preached at Southern California megachurch Harvest Christian Fellowship Church, has died by suicide.

A former trainer has accused NFL star Antonio Brown of rape. He denies the allegations

A woman who used to train New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown has accused the NFL star of rape in a federal lawsuit filed in Florida. Brown denies the allegations.

Two Florida parents are pressing charges after their daughter is accused of trying to hire someone to kill them

A Florida teenager was arrested on charges of attempting to have her parents killed, according to a police affidavit. She is accused of stealing almost $1,500 from her parents' bank account while trying to carry out her murder-for-hire plot.

This 9-year-old was denied lunch on his birthday at school. Now the district is making changes

A boy from Ohio was denied school lunch because of an unpaid balance of $9 on his account. In response, the school district is making changes.

Philadelphia's acting police commissioner apologizes for having worn a controversial LAPD shirt

Philadelphia's acting police commissioner apologized this week for having worn an LAPD T-shirt that many perceive to be a reference to the Los Angeles police beating of Rodney King. CNN affiliate KYW reports.

5 things to know for September 11: John Bolton, NC-9, Bahamas, Israel, e-cigs, 9/11

North Carolina state Sen. Dan Bishop will defeat Democrat Dan McCready in the North Carolina 9th District's special congressional election, giving Republicans a narrow victory in the GOP-leaning district where President Donald Trump won by 12 points in 2016.

5 things to know for September 11: John Bolton, NC-9, Bahamas, Israel, e-cigs, 9/11

Another risk for tornadoes in the Plains today as a storm system bringing cooler autumn air pushes towards the Great Lakes. Pedram Javaheri has the forecast

5 things to know for September 11: John Bolton, NC-9, Bahamas, Israel, e-cigs, 9/11

Jon Stewart pays tribute to September 11th first responders after the Senate passed a bill to fund the 9/11 Victim Compensation fund for decades.

5 things to know for September 11: John Bolton, NC-9, Bahamas, Israel, e-cigs, 9/11

3-year-old Makai Simmons was mobbed by his classmates when he returned to his school in Florida after being stuck for days in the Bahamas during Hurricane Dorian.

A moment of silence for 9/11 is now the law in New York schools

10 siblings decided to help raise each other after losing their father in 9/11 and then losing their mother to cancer.

Crabs and shrimp are flocking to the Deepwater Horizon spill site to mate, and it's making them sick

Five years after an oil spill devastated the Gulf Coast, CNN's Drew Griffin returns to the region with conservationist Philippe Cousteau.

California church leaders charged with forced labor of homeless, US attorney says

A dozen leaders of California-based Imperial Valley Ministries have been indicted by a federal grand jury, accused of forced labor of mostly homeless people, a US attorney said.

These two toddlers are showing us what real-life besties look like

Michael D. Cisneros posted a Facebook video showing his 26-month-old son Maxwell and 27-month-old Finnegan running to give each other a hug, saying "With all the racism and hate going on I just think it's a really beautiful video."

Sea turtles have been targeted multiple times this year in Florida. Another was just found with a spear in its neck

The 150-pound green turtle was taken into surgery, and the spear was removed.

5 things to know for September 10: North Carolina, North Korea, Bahamas, Russia spy

President Trump told a crowd at a rally in North Carolina that Democrats are 'not big on religion' and that is one reason why voters need to show up for the 2020 election.

5 things to know for September 10: North Carolina, North Korea, Bahamas, Russia spy

Summer heat continues in the south while severe storms threaten the mid-west. Also, today is the statistical peak of hurricane season.

Texas shooting highlights dangers of guns sold without background checks

The recent shooting in and around Odessa, Texas, is shining new light on an old problem: In many states, a person barred from owning a gun under the law can still buy one in a private sale, without a background check. CNN'S Drew Griffin reports.

A bank mistakenly put $120,000 into a couple's account. They spent it, police say

A Pennsylvania couple are facing felony theft charges after police say they spent $120,000 accidentally deposited in their account.

NBA star Kawhi Leonard's sister has been charged in the deadly robbery of an 84-year-old woman, report says

The sister of Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard is one of two women charged in connection with an assault that left an 84-year-old woman dead, according to a report.

NASA remixed an Ariana Grande song to promote its mission to put a woman on the moon

NASA is using star power to educate youth about space and promote an upcoming mission hoping to send a woman to the moon by 2024. To do this, some of their interns remixed singer Ariana Grande's song "NASA."

Rescuers make contact with crew members aboard capsized ship off Georgia coast

Four crew members of the Golden Ray are missing after the cargo ship overturned in St. Simons Sound off the southeastern coast of Georgia. CNN's Natasha Chen reports.

Some Bahamas evacuees were told to get off a ferry headed to the US. CBP blames the ferry operator.

As evacuations continue, hundreds of Bahamians hoping to flee the devastation of Hurricane Dorian were told to get off a ferry headed to the US, if they did not have visas.

5 things to know for September 9: Afghanistan, Bahamas, Hong Kong, British Airways

Sweltering heat for a large part of the Southeast, and severe storms in the upper Midwest. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest on who will feel the heat.

5 things to know for September 9: Afghanistan, Bahamas, Hong Kong, British Airways

British Airways says it was forced to cancel nearly all of their flights for Monday and Tuesday after the British pilots union went ahead with a strike.

4 crew members are still missing 24 hours after a cargo ship overturned off the Georgia coast

A cargo ship heading for Baltimore capsizes along the Georgia coast, some crew members are unaccounted for.

4 crew members are still missing 24 hours after a cargo ship overturned off the Georgia coast

The US Coast Guard is pausing rescue operations for four missing crew members of a cargo ship that capsized off the coast of Georgia.

He was bullied for his homemade University of Tennessee T-shirt. The school just made it an official design

A Florida student wanted to represent his beloved University of Tennessee Volunteers during his elementary school's "College Colors Day," so he proudly made his own logo to wear. When the university learned that other students teased him for his handmade design, they turned his logo into a real shirt.

About 1,250 lightning strikes recorded in Washington within three hours

About 1,250 lightning strikes were recorded in western Washington state during a storm that caused widespread power outages, the National Weather Service said.

An ICE officer tried to stop a truck outside a Tennessee grocery store. Then he opened fire

An ICE officer opened fire and wounded a man in a Nashville grocery store parking lot as the officer attempted to make an immigration arrest. The officer fired two shots after a driver he was trying to arrest during a fugitive operation drove toward the officer while fleeing the scene, ICE spokesman Bryan Cox said, citing initial reports.

Bahamas evacuees arrive at a Florida port on a cruise ship after facing Hurricane Dorian's devastation

Nearly 1,500 people have arrived safely in Florida after being evacuated by cruise ship from the Bahamas. CNN's Rosa Flores spoke with some of the Hurricane Dorian survivors after they disembarked.

Bahamas resident spent more than 18 hours in her bathtub as violent winds ripped through her home

CNN's Patrick Oppmann speaks with a survivor in one of the hardest hit areas of the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian.

Owner of the Jeep abandoned in the surf on Myrtle Beach during Hurricane Dorian explains how it got there

Strong waves pummel a red Jeep SUV after it was stuck in the sands of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, during Hurricane Dorian.

Husband of missing mom Jennifer Dulos says he had no part in her disappearance

Fotis Dulos was arrested for the second time in the disappearance of his estranged wife Jennifer. Dulos' girlfriend Michelle Troconis was also arrested on related charges. CNN's Brynn Gingras has the latest.

American Airlines mechanic accused of attempted sabotage of flight with 150 on board

An American Airlines mechanic is accused of trying to sabotage a commercial airliner before it was set to take off from Miami International Airport. CNN's René Marsh has the details.

A man watched on doorbell camera as a tornado from Hurricane Dorian destroyed his home

Jason Sawyer watched his North Carolina beach house get destroyed by a Hurricane Dorian spawned tornado through his Ring doorbell camera.

An Ohio TV meteorologist was arrested on a child pornography charge

Mike Davis, a meteorologist at CNN-affiliate WBNS in Ohio, was arrested on one felony charge of pandering sexually oriented material involving a minor. Authorities say they received a tip that Davis had sent and received "a significant number of images of child pornography," according to Franklin County Sheriff Dallas Baldwin.

5 things to know for September 6: Dorian, Mugabe, boat fire, student loans

CNN's Patrick Oppmann is on the ground in High Rock, one of the hardest-hit parts of the Bahamas that was devastated by Hurricane Dorian.

5 things to know for September 6: Dorian, Mugabe, boat fire, student loans

Hurricane Dorian remains a Category 1 storm as it makes landfall over Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The storm is lashing the Carolinas and Virginia with rain, storm surges and wind gusts. CNN's Allison Chinchar reports.

What caused blue and green lights to glow in a distant galaxy? Scientists are baffled by this interstellar mystery

NASA scientists used X-rays to determine new details regarding what happens to a star when it comes too close to a black hole.

Hurricane Dorian sets sights on Canada after North Carolina landfall

Residents in the Carolinas are facing a triple threat of hurricane force winds, heavy rain and storm surges as Hurricane Dorian approaches.

A 550-million-year-old worm was one of the first animals to move and make decisions, a new study says

Fossils showing worm tracks on the ocean floor from over 500 million years ago may be the earliest animal tracks ever found, according to researchers.

They posed in blackface and bullied African-American classmates. The school district failed to act, parents say

Six African-American students and their families have filed a lawsuit against Eastern Carver County Schools detailing their experiences of systematic racism.

After years of anonymity, the woman raped by Brock Turner wants the world to know her name

Chanel Miller withheld her identity following her sexual assault by Brock Turner on the Stanford University campus. For the first time since her 2015 rape, Miller is telling her story and read a portion of her victim impact statement on CBS's "60 Minutes."

Missing Connecticut mom's body was in truck used by her estranged husband at some point, warrant says

A "bloodlike substance" that contained Jennifer Dulos' DNA was found in the vehicle her estranged husband had access to the day she disappeared, according to a new warrant released by the Connecticut State Police.

Missing Connecticut mom's body was in truck used by her estranged husband at some point, warrant says

The estranged husband of Connecticut woman who went missing earlier this year is arrested for a second time.

5 things to know for September 5: Dorian, trade war, Brexit, climate, death rates

Bahamas resident Sharon Rolle tells CNN's Anderson Cooper about the scene in her neighborhood in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Dorian.

5 things to know for September 5: Dorian, trade war, Brexit, climate, death rates

CNN hosted seven straight hours of town halls about the climate crisis with several 2020 Democratic candidates. See the best moments.

5 things to know for September 5: Dorian, trade war, Brexit, climate, death rates

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's position in Parliament weakens as he loses support for a no-deal Brexit. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.

Hurricane Dorian threatens the US after devastating the Bahamas

Hurricane Dorian continues to pound the southeastern coast of the US, slamming Charleston, South Carolina, with torrential rain and storm surge.

Hurricane Dorian is brushing the coast of North Carolina as a Category 1 storm

North Carolina is getting hit with 100 mph winds as Hurricane Dorian continues up the East Coast. CNN's Karen Maginnis reports.

A 6-year-old was saving money to visit Disney World. He spent it on food for Hurricane Dorian evacuees instead

A 6-year-old boy in South Carolina was saving up for a trip to Disney World when Hurricane Dorian hit the US. Instead of going on his dream trip, he decided to use his money to feed evacuees.

A family of 5 celebrating a birthday is among those feared dead in California dive boat fire

Five family members are among those feared dead after a raging inferno tore through a diving boat off the Southern California coast. The family, from Stockton, California, travels aboard the Conception yearly to celebrate a birthday.

Hurricane Dorian has strengthened to a Category 3 storm as it threatens landfall in the Carolinas

Hurricane Dorian heads up the eastern coast of Florida and will likely make landfall in the Carolinas later this week, after causing catastrophic damage to the Bahamas.

Almost all life on Earth was wiped out 2 billion years ago, a new study says

The climate has changed drastically over the billions of years of Earth's existence, but what we're experiencing now is significantly more extreme.

Hurricane Dorian is lashing the east coast of central Florida

Severe flooding from Hurricane Dorian is hampering rescue efforts in the Bahamas as residents try to help each other in the aftermath of the storm. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

Dorian might make landfall in the Carolinas after moving along Florida coast, forecasters say

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper encourages residents to evacuate as Hurricane Dorian approaches.

Missing Pennsylvania toddler found dead, DA said

A woman is in custody and a toddler is missing after the child's father said a driver abducted his daughter in Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, according to police documents and a news release. Taji Walsh, the child's grandmother, makes a plea for information.

Popeyes customer pulls a gun after being told there were no more chicken sandwiches

An armed group of people in Texas tried to storm into a Popeyes and demand chicken sandwiches.

A 14-year-old is facing five murder charges after confessing to killing his family in an Alabama home, police say

A 14-year-old confessed to shooting all 5 members of his family in an Alabama residence, authorities said. The Limestone County Sheriff's Office said three of the five people shot in the Elkmont residence were confirmed dead at the scene and two were airlifted in critical condition.

Driver charged in missing toddler case says child was sold for $10,000, police in Pennsylvania say

A woman is in custody and a toddler is missing from Penn Hills, Pennsylvania, after the child's father said a rideshare driver abducted his daughter, according to police documents and a news release.

An airline employee thought two men at Newark airport looked suspicious so she yelled for people to evacuate

An employee at a Newark airport yelled for everyone to evacuate, because she spotted two men who she thought looked suspicious.

5 things to know for September 3: Dorian, boat fire, Afghanistan, West Texas shooting

CNN meteorologist Ivan Cabrera says in all his years of covering hurricanes, he's never seen a storm behave like Hurricane Dorian which has stalled over the Bahamas.

Millions face evacuation orders from Florida to South Carolina -- and the decision to stay or go

Dorian remains a major Category 3 hurricane as it continues to lash the Bahamas. The storm is expected to slowly lift to the northwest Tuesday afternoon.

5 things to know for September 3: Dorian, boat fire, Afghanistan, West Texas shooting

A 75-foot dive boat burned down to the water line off the coast of Southern California in the Channel Islands National Park. More than 30 people were on board, according to the Coast Guard.

The last missing victim from the California dive boat fire has been located

A diving boat with 39 people aboard caught fire in the middle of the night off the coast of southern California. 34 bodies have been recovered from the scene.

5 things to know for September 3: Dorian, boat fire, Afghanistan, West Texas shooting

Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes used social media fame to jumpstart his success in the music industry.

Ex-convict used an untraceable 'ghost gun' in deadly shootout with police in Riverside

One officer died and two other officers were injured after being shot following a traffic stop in Riverside, California. The incident began when a California Highway Patrol officer was shot after pulling over a vehicle, according to Riverside Police.

Man acquitted of 36 deaths in Oakland's Ghost Ship fire; hung jury on other defendant

See the Oakland, California, warehouse called the Ghost Ship before and after the fatal fire that claimed dozens of lives.

R. Kelly's trial date on sexual misconduct charges is set for April

For more than 20 years, allegations of sexual misconduct have been mounting against R. Kelly. The R&B singer has repeatedly denied all accusations of wrongdoing.

This is what Hurricane Dorian's eye looks like from the inside

US Air Force Hurricane Hunters captured footage from inside the eye of Hurricane Dorian.

California boat that burned was in a 'worst-case scenario,' sheriff says

There are numerous fatalities in the boat fire that's taking place off the coast of Southern California, according to Coast Guard Senior Chief Aaron Bemis.

Hurricane Dorian is devastating the Bahamas, and it's expected to get 'dangerously close' to the US tonight

While Hurricane Dorian creeps along at 1 mph, the storm is expected to get "dangerously" close to the US tonight, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm's slow pace is causing catastrophic destruction to the islands before heading up the East Coast toward Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas.

A US mail carrier and an Army vet were among those killed in the West Texas shooting

Rosie Granados was on the phone with her twin sister, Mary Granados, while Mary worked her mail carrier route. Rosie heard her sister start screaming, and later it was confirmed that Mary was killed by the Odessa shooter.

There's 'an active shooter every other week' in the US, FBI agent says

Anderson Davis, the 17-month-old girl, was injured by gunfire in the mass shooting in Odessa, Texas, and expected to make a full recovery.

West Texas gunman was fired from job hours before massacre, The New York Times reports

Governor Greg Abbott (R-TX) reads a text sent to him by the mother of a 17-month old baby who is one of the victims from the mass shooting in Odessa, Texas.

Report: Gunman in West Texas shooting rampage was fired hours before

A man who was pulled over by Texas troopers shot at them with a rifle and sped off, setting off a terrifying rampage that ended with four dead and 21 injured, police said.

4 people taken to the hospital after barricade collapses during Jai Wolf performance at Bumbershoot music festival

A stage barricade collapsed at the Bumbershoot music festival in Seattle sending four people to the hospital, according to the Seattle Fire Department.

1 dead and 6 injured after a hazmat incident at a California hotel

One woman is dead and six people were taken to the hospital after a hazardous materials incident at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, California, according to San Jose Fire Department Captain Mitch Matlow. CNN affiliate KPIX has the details.

Report: Gunman in West Texas shooting rampage was fired hours before

A witness in Odessa, Texas, captured what appears to be a gunman shooting outside of a theater as police arrived on the scene. He spoke with CNN after the shooting.

Odd couple: Miniature horse and farm goose need a forever home — together

Hemingway the farm goose and Waffles the miniature horse are not only roommates at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. They're inseparable. CNN affiliate WFMZ reports.

Bahamas are pummeled by Hurricane Dorian's 185-mph winds as hurricane warnings are issued for Florida coast

Hurricane Dorian continues to strengthen, with winds increasing up to 180 mph. The hurricane will be capable of catastrophic damage as it tracks towards the Bahamas today into tomorrow.

A shooting rampage that left 4 dead started with a traffic stop in West Texas

Shauna Saxton recounts to CNN affiliate KOSA coming face-to-face with the suspected Odessa, Texas, gunman as he opened fire, killing five and injuring nearly two dozen.

Florida's cities are building to fight rising seas. Small towns may struggle to defend themselves

Miami Beach is spending half a billion dollars to defend themselves against the climate crisis. But smaller towns are also at risk, and some may not be able to afford to adapt.

Cuddlers wanted: North Carolina hospital needs volunteers to snuggle newborn babies

Raleigh's UNC-Rex Birth Center NICU is seeking volunteer cuddlers for newborns. CNN affiliate WRAL has the details.

Hurricane Dorian threatens disaster in the Bahamas as tropical storm watches issued for coastal Florida

Orlando resident Pete Werner tells CNN's Dianne Gallagher what he plans to do as Hurricane Dorian approaches, and why he's sending is 88-year-old mother to Disney.

Shooter killed in West Texas after 5 people died, at least 21 injured, police say

Odessa police say there are at least five dead and 21 injured after a mass shooting in Odessa and Midland, Texas.

At least 10 teens injured in shooting at a high school football game in Alabama

Gunfire broke out after a high school football game in Mobile, Alabama, leaving 10 teens injured, half of them critically.

Arkansas woman drowns in a flood after 911 dispatcher scolds her during her final minutes

Debra Stevens was working her normal newspaper delivery route in Fort Smith, Arkansas, when rising flood waters began to overtake her SUV. In a final, panicked 22-minute call, Stevens begged for help from a dispatcher that the Fort Smith Police Department admitted sounded "calloused and uncaring at times."

Hurricane Dorian threatens disaster in the Bahamas as tropical storm watches issued for coastal Florida

Some Florida residents are waiting in long lines at gas stations as fuel is in high demand ahead of Hurricane Dorian's arrival. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Shooter killed in West Texas after 5 people died, at least 21 injured, police say

There is an active shooter situation that has left multiple people injured and at least one is dead in Odessa and Midland, Texas, according to police.

A Denver woman is suing after giving birth in a jail cell. The sheriff's department says it acted by the book

Diana Sanchez gave birth to her son inside the Denver County Jail, and is now suing after she says she repeatedly requested help from staff.

Brother of Olympic gymnast Simone Biles charged in Cleveland triple slaying

The brother of Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles has been arrested and charged in a New Year's Eve shooting in Cleveland, Ohio, that killed three people. Tevin Biles-Thomas remains held without bond in the Liberty County Jail. He is scheduled to be arraigned on September 13 in Ohio.

There's lightning inside Hurricane Dorian. It's not an optical illusion

Satellite images reveal how the storm is gathering strength.

States are trying to change a system that keeps poor people in jail. The bail industry is blocking them.

The money bail system disproportionately impacts the poor, and one arrest can mean a lifetime of debt, even if the charges are dismissed. CNN found the bail industry is blocking reform across the country. CNN's Drew Griffin reports

States are trying to change a system that keeps poor people in jail. The bail industry is blocking them.

One phone call from Alice Hughes' nephew landed her with a lifetime of debt. Her nephew was arrested, and she co-signed a payment plan with a bail bonds company. Even though the charges against her nephew went away, she was stuck with thousands of dollars in payments. Drew Griffin reports

Ex-NYPD detectives to get probation for having sex with young woman in custody

Former NYPD detectives Eddie Martins and Richard Hall admitted to bribe taking and having sex with an 18-year-old woman in their custody in 2017.

He was sentenced to life in prison decades ago after stealing $50. Now he's set to walk free

In 1983, Alvin Kennard was sentenced to life in prison for stealing $50 from a bakery in Alabama. Watch his family celebrate his release.

Dorian could be the strongest hurricane to hit Florida's east coast since Andrew

Hurricane Dorian is days away from crashing ashore in Florida, and forecasters are warning it's getting stronger and could grow into a monster storm by landfall.

First all-female crew takes off to collect data on Dorian for NOAA

Hurricane Dorian's track has changed and is still projected to make landfall as a category 4 hurricane. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.

A Colorado couple used a baseball bat to fight off a bear and two cubs that got into their home

Two Colorado residents had to fight off a bear and her two cubs that entered the home by opening a porch door.

Meet the 23-year-old American having a seismic impact in the US Open

Teen tennis star Taylor Townsend was once told by the USTA she was too overweight to play professionally.

'Shark Tank' judge Kevin O'Leary on boat in collision that killed two

O'Leary was involved in a boating accident in Canada that left two people dead and four injured.

Jessi Combs remembered for being more than just a race car driver

Race car driver Jessi Combs died while trying to beat a land speed record after her jet-powered car crashed in the Alvord Desert in southeast Oregon.

King Tides: The tidal phenomenon that could make Dorian's impact even worse

CNN's Jennifer Gray explains how each hurricane is named and the history behind the naming of hurricanes.

5 things to know for August 30: Dorian, Hong Kong, Amazon, border wall, economy

CNN commentators Maria Cardona and Scott Jennings spar over President Trump's recent comments about Puerto Rico and Florida as Hurricane Dorian makes its way towards the US.

More than 26,000 glass cooktops have been recalled because they can turn themselves on

Whirlpool is recalling some glass cooktops that customers have reported can turn themselves on at random.

A top federal prosecutor in Ohio just sent a harsh message to white supremacists

A federal prosecutor used a routine news conference announcing criminal charges to deliver a harsh message to those who advocate white supremacy and white nationalism.

Inside the country's largest sanctuary for abused and neglected donkeys

Step inside America's largest donkey rescue. CNN Hero Mark Meyers shows us how he and his team care for thousands of these animals.

Lawyers say an unarmed man who didn't speak English was killed by police. Now his family has filed a claim for damages

Li Xi Wang was fatally shot by the Chino Police Department in July. His family has filed a claim and will seek legal action against the city.

A college student with a reported plan to 'kill people' is found with guns in his North Carolina dorm, police say

Paul Arnold Steber, a 19-year-old freshman at High Point University, has been arrested and faces charges after authorities found two guns in his dorm room. Steber faces two felony counts of weapons on campus or educational property and one count of making a threat of mass violence, police said.

Murder suspects escaped custody by faking an emergency

A husband and wife who face charges for killing a 72-year-old man overpowered two security officers and escaped in Blanding, Utah, police said.

Michigan man accused of putting fatal dose of heroin in his wife's cereal

A Michigan man has been arrested and charged with trying to hire someone to kill his wife and then fatally poisoning her cereal with heroin in 2014, authorities said.

St. Louis remembers its young homicide victims in a candlelight vigil

St. Louis remembers more than 12 children killed since April, as residents speak out about gun violence in an emotional town hall. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

A toddler died after a store display fell on top of her in an Illinois mall, police say

A 2-year-old girl was killed by two temporary steel walls that fell while she was playing with siblings at a store in an Orland Park, Illinois, shopping mall.

World's largest grapefruit weighs more than many newborn babies

Mary Beth and Doug Meyer grew a 7 pound, 14.64 ounce grapefruit, nabbing the world record previously held by a Brazilian grapefruit since 2006.

A veteran's family claims he was killed in a VA medical center. 11 deaths in the facility are now under investigation

The US Department of Veterans Affairs is investigating 11 suspicious deaths at a medical center in West Virginia, according to a statement from Sen. Joe Manchin's office.

5 things to know for August 28: Jeffrey Epstein, immigration, Dorian, VA, Amazon

Popeyes launched their first fried chicken sandwich on August 12, igniting a feud between fast food chains and raking in millions of dollars in ad value.

Cancer kept her from seeing the Backstreet Boys, so her sister planned a surprise -- and the band noticed

Nurses in an Atlanta hospital put on a surprise Backstreet Boys performance for a cancer patient who had to miss their concert following her diagnosis.

The 26-pound shelter cat that enchanted the internet has found a home

BeeJay, also known as Mr. B, weighs a hefty 26 pounds. An animal refuge in Philadelphia has found him a new home with a "dedicated" foster family.

A veteran carried a fellow Marine up a mountain after he lost his legs in Afghanistan

Marine Staff Sgt. Jonathon Blank lost his legs when an improvised explosive device detonated next to him in October 2010 in Afghanistan. He turned heads when he hiked to the top of Mount Timpanogos in Utah. Blank's Marine buddy, John Nelson, carried him on his back.

5 things to know for August 28: Jeffrey Epstein, immigration, Dorian, VA, Amazon

Local police had to step in when massive crowds overwhelmed China's first Costco store on opening day.

Opioid maker Purdue Pharma is in talks to settle thousands of suits that claim it fed a deadly national drug epidemic

The Sackler family could give up their ownership of Purdue Pharma and pay at least $3 billion of their own money under terms of a settlement proposal to resolve federal and state lawsuits.

Congressional report says multiple institutions could have stopped Larry Nassar

Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles opened up about how she coped with sexual abuse at the hands of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar during an interview with actress Priyanka Chopra.

He was jailed for nearly three months after airport officials claimed he was traveling with liquid meth. It was honey

A Maryland father spent 82 days in jail after he was arrested and accused of bringing a controlled substance into the country. HLN's Lynn Smith has more.

5 things to know for August 28: Jeffrey Epstein, immigration, Dorian, VA, Amazon

Dorian is forecast to pass over or near Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. Dorian is then forecast to strengthen into a category 2 hurricane by this weekend on approach to the US east coast.

Dorian is set to hit Puerto Rico on the same coast that Maria destroyed

Florida is bracing for Tropical Storm Dorian, which is expected to strengthen into a category 2 hurricane by the time it reaches the state -- just in time for Labor Day weekend.

Minor League Baseball pitcher's family killed in triple homicide

Pittsylvania County Virginia Sheriff Mike Taylor announces a person is in custody following a triple homicide in Virginia.

A veteran carried a fellow Marine up a mountain after he lost his legs in Afghanistan

Navy SEAL vets who served in Afghanistan are still friends & hike together, even though one vet lost his legs in combat

Lori Loughlin and her husband appear at hearing in college admissions scam

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli appeared together in court after being accused of paying $500,000 to a fake charity to get their two daughters accepted into the University of Southern California, falsely designating them as crew team recruits. CNN's Scott McLean reports.

LAPD is investigating after video shows security forcefully removing transgender patrons from a bar

A video shared on social media shows security forcibly removing a group of transgender women and a gay man from a bar in Los Angeles.

Jeffrey Epstein's accusers had their day in court, but not in the way they had hoped for

US Judge Richard Berman gave Jeffrey Epstein's accusers a chance to speak on the record about their alleged experiences.

Professional dancer opens arts center for kids living in the heart of America's opioid epidemic

Very few Native Americans reach elite levels of ballet. Meet Than Povi, who got her start at CNN Hero Roger Montoya's center and is now following her passion from the Pueblo to one of the country's top ballet programs.

Mom calls a Kentucky officer a hero after he saved her baby, who wasn't breathing

Sergeant James Talbott saved 19-month-old Aiden King using CPR and caught it all on his body camera.

Incoming Harvard freshman denied entry by immigration officials

Ismail Ajjawi, an incoming first-year student at Harvard, claims he was denied entry to the United States, according to the university.

With long lines at a Popeyes, a teen and others encouraged people to register to vote

A teenager in North Carolina used the long lines for new chicken sandwiches at Popeyes to register voters.

The parents of a nonverbal man killed by an off-duty officer in Costco say they want to see video of the shooting

Russell and Paola French, the parents of a man who was shot and killed by an off-duty officer in a California Costco in June, spoke publicly about the incident for the first time at a press conference.

2 children died after a stolen police cruiser crashed into their car outside a library

Two children were killed and nine other people were injured after a stolen police cruiser crashed into two other cars in Dayton.

Former United Airlines pilot Al Haynes, who saved 184 lives during 1989 Iowa crash landing, has died

Al Haynes, a retired United Airlines pilot who is credited with commanding a crippled jet to a crash landing 30 years ago in Iowa, saving the lives of 184 passengers and crew, has died, according to the airline.

Thieves make off with bags of jewelry after a daylight heist at a celebrity jeweler

Three men entered a jewelry store posing as customers, then robbed it at gun point

At least 12 kids have died from gun violence in St. Louis since April. Here are their stories

Seven children under the age of 17, including 7-year-old Xavier Usanga, have been killed by gunfire in St. Louis so far this year, police told CNN.

University of Florida band director says he was attacked after football game

University of Florida band director Jay Watkins said he was attacked after a football game against the University of Miami.

Dave Chappelle hosts benefit concert for Dayton, Ohio, weeks after mass shooting

CNN's Polo Sandoval spoke with comedian Dave Chappelle during a concert benefiting Dayton, Ohio, as the city recovers from a mass shooting that took the lives of nine people.

7 people were shot at 2-year-old's birthday party in Maryland, police say

Police are looking for a suspect after seven people were shot at a 2-year-old's birthday party in Camp Springs, Maryland, authorities said.

Tropical Storm Dorian is expected to strengthen into a hurricane

Tropical Storm Dorian is expected to strengthen into a hurricane and bring wind, rain and storm surges to the Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico over the coming week.

Former NFL player's son arrested in parents' death

Former NFL player Barry Bennett and his wife Carol Bennett were found shot dead at their home in Long Prairie, Wisconsin. CNN affiliate WCCO reports.

Lancaster deputy made up story about being shot by a sniper, official says

California sheriff's deputy Angel Reinosa previously said he was shot while walking to his personal car outside of the sheriff's station in Lancaster, but later admitted that he made it all up, authorities said.

Some fans booed Andrew Luck for retiring. But the NFL community is showing him lots of love

Quarterback Andrew Luck, the first pick in the 2012 NFL draft and a four-time Pro Bowl selection, is retiring, the Indianapolis Colts player said Saturday night.

A New Jersey man started out as a custodian. This school year is his first as assistant principal

Taras Petryshyn started out in Clifton Public Schools as a high school student, then a custodian. Now, he's starting his first school year as an assistant principal in the same district.

Their neighborhood was flooded to save Houston

Two days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas in August 2017, the Army Corps of Engineers released water from the Addicks and Barker dams and reservoirs into a river running through one of the country's richest zip codes.

An 8-year-old girl was shot dead in St. Louis near a high school event

An 8-year-old girl was killed and three other people were injured in a shooting near a pre-season high school football event in St. Louis. Investigators are looking for whoever fired the shots, police said.

Their neighborhood was flooded to save Houston

Kyle Haines lost his husband, Robert "Bob" Haines, in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Two years later, he's still learning how to live without him. See more from CNN's "Life After" series.

Young couple dies in collision leaving their wedding ceremony

As a young Texas couple left the courthouse for their wedding ceremony, their car collided with a pickup truck, killing both of them, according to CNN affiliate KFDM.

Florida man found guilty of manslaughter in parking lot shooting that led to 'Stand Your Ground' trial

Video of a fatal shooting outside a Florida grocery store has put the spotlight back on the state's controversial "stand your ground" law.

A Mexican and an American walked a highline hundreds of feet over the border to make a political point

In a new documentary by Kylor Melton, slackliners from the US and Mexico walk 500 feet above the US-Mexico border to make a political point.

Men in California oversaw a romance scam that targeted women worldwide, feds say

Women who thought they were talking to US servicemen oversees actually were being conned out of thousands of dollars. CNN's Nick Watt has details of what the DOJ is calling one of the "largest cases of its kind."

City Council candidate: Keep town as white 'as possible'

A woman running for city council in Michigan said she wants a "white community as much as possible." Jean Cramer's racist answer came during a candidate forum in response to a question about bringing more diversity to Marysville.

She thought there was water in her ear. Turns out it was a venomous spider

Susie Torres went to the doctor thinking she had water stuck in her ear, but she was shocked to find that it was a brown recluse spider hiding inside.

A mom left her infant in a hot car. 'How do you forget your baby?' she says upon arrest, police bodycam shows

A distraught mom tells Arizona police, "I don't know how I forgot her!" after she was arrested for leaving her baby in the car.

She thought there was water in her ear. Turns out it was a venomous spider

Susie Torres went to see a doctor for what she thought was water in her ear, but got quite a surprise when doctors pulled a brown recluse spider from her ear canal.

Trump is doing what Obama couldn't

During an interview with David Axelrod, Barack Obama was asked if he could win an election against Trump if he were on the ballot.

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