Leonard Nimoy, 'Star Trek's' Spock, dies at 83
Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of "Star Trek's" logic-driven, half-human science officer Spock made him an iconic figure to generations, has died.
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Nimoy's long and prosperous life
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Spock's boldest moments
See Leonard Nimoy is his most memorable moments as Spock, from the first time he appeared on screen to the moment he first showed any emotion.
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Not just 'Spock': Nimoy also a photographer, poet
Actor Leonard Nimoy, best known as Spock on "Star Trek," passed away at the age of 83, according to the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
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People we lost in 2015
Remembering those who died in 2015.
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Girl's call exposes trail of death
Police are investigating multiple deaths at 6 crime scenes in south-central Missouri.
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Former Notre Dame president dies
Father Theodore M. Hesburgh, who led the University of Notre Dame to national academic prominence and became an influential figure in both the spiritual and political worlds, has died. He was 97.
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Bangladeshi-American blogger killed
A prominent Bangladeshi-American blogger who spoke out for freedom has died after being attacked on a Dhaka street, a local police official said Friday.
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Case against Hernandez: What you missed
Two years ago, Aaron Hernandez had a $40 million contract and was a rising NFL star. Now the former New England Patriot is on trial in the killing of Odin Lloyd.
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Llamas on the lam don't dally
Picture a mix of your favorite movie car chase and a trip to the zoo.
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She lost more than 800 lbs.
Mayra Gonzalez has lost over 800 pounds since she lied to prosecutors in 2008, telling them she rolled onto her nephew and killed him, in an effort to protect her sister. The capital murder charges against Gonzalez were dropped and she began a journey to reclaim her health. CNN affiliate KTRK reports.
(Fri, 27 Feb 2015 08:47:26 EST)
Big changes at airport after gun smuggling
The country's busiest airport has started screening employee bags before allowing workers into secure areas and shutting down access doors to the airfield in the wake of a gun-smuggling operation, CNN has confirmed.
(Thu, 26 Feb 2015 18:32:46 EST)
Police fired 17 times at Mexican worker
Seventeen times. That's how many shots police in Pasco, Washington, fired at Antonio Zambrano-Montes when they killed him after he allegedly hurled rocks at them. Of those, five or six rounds struck the former orchard worker, according to the investigative team looking into the incident.
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Cops caught slapping, dragging suspects
Two South Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after witnesses used their cell phones to capture footage of them possibly mistreating people they were arresting.
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Yoga guru accused of rape
To his legions of fans, Bikram Choudhury has an almost other-world quality. The yoga guru inspires as he promises to heal body and mind.
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Baby's body found in Northern California
Hours after a mother turned up without her baby, an infant's body found amid "rough terrain" in Northern California, authorities say.
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Former 'America's Next Top Model' contestant slain
Mirjana Puhar, a recent contestant on "America's Next Top Model," was found dead in a triple homicide Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to police reports.
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Forget important issues -- Internet asks: 'What color is this dress?'
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See bombs hit fake U.S. warship
Iran blasted its mock-up of U.S. aircraft carrier USS Nimitz during naval drills while negotiations over the country's nuclear program continue.
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Astronaut finds water in helmet after 7-hour spacewalk
NASA astronaut Terry Virts found a small amount of water in his helmet after a spacewalk this week, but it did not put him in any danger or interfere with his duties.
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Bobbi Kristina Brown suffers seizures
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'American Sniper' killer gets life in prison
No one disputes that Eddie Ray Routh shot and killed Chris Kyle and another man. But his lawyers wanted to convince a jury he wasn't sane when he did so. It didn't work.
(Thu, 26 Feb 2015 14:01:32 EST)
A dud bomb, a foiled bank heist and a very twisted plot
The predicament Matthew Yussman found himself in -- pulled from his home by masked men, a dud bomb strapped around him, and ordered to clean out the bank where he worked -- is the stuff of movies.
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Driver ejected during violent crash, walks away
Dramatic video released by the Ohio State Highway Patrol shows a man who was ejected from his vehicle after it was hit by another car.
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New Cosby accuser: 'Do you remember me?'
Heidi Thomas says she has held a secret for 30 years. Now, for the first time, she wants to be heard.
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iPhone stolen in New York, found in China
CNN's John Vause talks with Matt Stopera who found his stolen iPhone in China, when photos of a man dubbed "Brother Orange" started showing up on his feed.
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Man with immunity in Holly Bobo case kills himself
A man who had been linked to the death investigation of Holly Bobo killed himself, his attorney says.
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Lawsuit: Purina food harms dogs
Beneful dry dog food produced by Nestle Purina PetCare has "resulted in serious illness and death of thousands of dogs," a lawsuit says.
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Third state legalizes pot
Marijuana smokers now have a new place to put on their bucket lists: Alaska, which on Tuesday became the third state to officially OK marijuana use.
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The most popular national parks in 2014
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The inside story of the famous Iwo Jima photo
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American pioneers: Their lives changed history
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Army vet finishes high school 70 years later
70 years after leaving high school to join the Army during World War II, Dominic Giarrusso has his diploma.
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He invented the most collected car in America
Harley Earl taught Detroit how to get its Hollywood swing on. He's credited for single-handedly igniting an automobile renaissance with the Corvette.
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Army Special Forces jump
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Hot rod frenzy
For five years, George Brainard was the official photographer for The Kontinentals, a car club based in Austin, Texas.
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34 amazing sports photos
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Oscar-winning best pictures
For more than 80 years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has been designating one film the best motion picture of the year. Some of the winners have become classics, while others have been forgotten by all but trivia diehards.
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Selfies of the week
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Vintage NASA space photos up for auction
An out-of-this-world collection of vintage NASA photos -- including the first "selfie" taken in space and a rare image of pioneering astronaut Neil Armstrong on the Moon -- are to go up for sale in London.
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Young Native Americans celebrating their culture
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2015 Grammys: Red carpet
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U.S. military's fighter fleet
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8 castles in the U.S.
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Burlesque legends still got it
They might be over 65, but these former burlesque dancers haven't lost the charisma that made them so desirable in their heyday.
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Severely autistic boy becomes gold medalist
Rachel Miller's son John is profoundly disabled. But Jeff Hancock looked past John's disabilities and trained him to be an athlete.
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Frozen Niagara Falls draws tourists
What? Not enough snow, ice and cold for you? You say you STILL need some "Frozen" references in your life?
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'Exploding Kittens' most backed Kickstarter ever
Curious kittens exploding are the Internet's new potato salad meets "Reading Rainbow" with a guest appearance by Veronica Mars, meaning this card game is seriously winning the hearts of Internet users and party game lovers alike.
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Oscars 2015: Red carpet
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What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime and others in March
Raise your hand if you are ready for spring and some warmer weather.
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Hundreds of chimps held in research labs despite government promise
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Real estate agent lives in Witch's House
It looks decrepit and disheveled. But if a witch were rich, she might feel right at home in this Beverly Hills house.
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Dancing for Mengele
A black-and-white photo shows the 16-year-old ballerina at her prime, mere months before her world would be destroyed.
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Aircraft carrier steams through a rainbow
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Florida manatees crowd out humans
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More than $28K raised for hero dog hurt in house fire
Fans of a heroic dog who fought in vain to save her owner's life in an Ohio house fire have donated more than $28,000 toward the $25,000 goal for the care of the 9-year-old boxer named Carmen.
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100 years of New York City from above
A century of photos showing New York City from the skies
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People we lost in 2015
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Sitting will kill you, even if you exercise
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