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Actress Patty Duke Dead At 69: Patty Duke, the actress who won fame with her stage and screen portrayals of Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker,” died Tuesday, according to her agent. She was 69. Duke died of sepsis from a ruptured intestine, according to a statement from Mitchell K. Stubbs & Associates, the agency […]

At Least 8 Suspects Are At Large With Links To Attacks: European security agencies are searching for at least eight suspects they believe are linked to the ISIS attacks in Paris and Brussels. Their names are listed in an 11-page security bulletin that was circulated among European law enforcement agencies on March 23, the day […]

Surveillance Footage, Cab Driver Offer Clues In Investigation In Brussels Attack: In grainy images from surveillance footage, a man wearing light-colored clothes and a hat pushes a baggage cart through the airport. It’s one key piece of evidence authorities are looking at as they search for suspects after two explosions at the Brussels airport and […]

6 Takeaways From The Democratic Town Hall: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are running against each other. But they’re making their cases by using the same opponent: Donald Trump. The Democratic presidential candidates didn’t pay much attention to each other on Sunday night during a town hall aired live on CNN. Instead, they laid into […]

Flint Family Uses 151 Bottles Of Water Per Day: An “arsenal” of cases of fresh water stacked in the basement and a graveyard of scattered empty bottles are daily reminders that life in Flint, Michigan, is anything but normal. For Gina Luster, 41, seeing the stacks of bottles angers her. She says she feels like […]

Primary Results: Bernie Sanders Upsets Hillary Clinton In Michigan: Bernie Sanders won the Michigan Democratic primary, CNN projects, in an upset that delivers a sharp blow to Hillary Clinton’s hopes of quickly securing her party’s nomination. Sanders’ victory, on the eve of the next Democratic debate clash that will be simulcast on CNN, raises fresh […]

Candidates Gear Up For Super Tuesday: Super Tuesday is likely to live up to its billing for Donald Trump. The first day of multiple-state voting looms large in a wild presidential race after early states trimmed the field and the brash billionaire and his army of outsider voters are positioned to send panic through the Republican […]

DeCaprio Wins His Oscar: “Spotlight” is basking in the golden glow of Oscar. “Mad Max: Fury Road” may have won more honors at the 88th Academy Awards, leading all films with six. “The Revenant” won some major prizes, including the first Oscar for actor Leonardo DiCaprio. But when the last award of the evening was […]

ISIS Supporters Threaten Mark Zuckerberg And Jack Dorsey: Photos of Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey appear multiple times in a 25-minute video created by a group that calls itself the Sons Caliphate Army. The images of the two CEOs are sometimes engulfed in flames, or marked with bullet holes. The video is in response to […]

Ted Cruz Prosecutes And Marco Rubio Gets Personal At Town Hall: Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio struck markedly different tones at CNN’s Republican presidential town hall Wednesday night, with Cruz prosecuting his case while Rubio made a more personal appeal. Their confrontations — which played out as the candidates appeared on stage one-by-one — underscored […]

Grammys 2016: Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’ Is Album Of The Year: The three big prizes at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards went three different ways Monday night, with Taylor Swift’s “1989” album winning the biggest of them all: album of the year. “As the first woman to win album of the year at the Grammys twice, […]

Clinton Embraces Obama And Wins Debate: The days of Hillary Clinton subtly separating herself from President Barack Obama on one policy or another are over: she won the debate in Milwaukee by lavishly and repeatedly praising Obama — and delivered a sharp rebuke to Sen. Bernie Sanders for criticizing the President. “The kind of criticism […]