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Baltimore riots: Looting, fires engulf city

Latest developments:

• "Today we are working to ensure that most government services can operate normally," Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake tweeted Tuesday morning. She retweeted a post that said MARC commuter rail, Amtrak, MTA buses, light r...

Nepal humanitarian Aid

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Nepal earthquake donations: Who's sending what

International aid organizations and foreign governments are scrambling to get much-needed relief to Nepal.

The weekend's 7.8-magnitude earthquake near the capital of Kathmandu caused widespread devastation and the death toll has surpassed 4,400.

Offi...

Gay marriage, Supreme Court

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What to watch at SCOTUS gay marriage hearing

It's on.

The debate over same-sex marriage moves to the Supreme Court on Tuesday, where justices will hear arguments about whether there's a constitutional right to such unions nationwide.

The stakes are enormous. Thousands of couples across the countr...

Nepal patient

CNN

Nepal earthquake: Death toll passes 4,400

More than 4,400 people dead. Over 8,000 injured. Eight million affected across Nepal. One million children urgently in need of help.

Those are the startling numbers that indicate the scale of the devastation from the huge earthquake that struck the H...

condo for sale

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New Manhattan condo will cost over $3 million

If you're planning on buying a new condo in Manhattan in the next two years, expect to pay more than $3 million.

Prices of new condominiums in the city have soared recently, according to a new report from real estate listing and data website CityRealt...

Treasury Secretaries

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3 Treasury Secretaries: Don't fear China. Fear Washington.

China isn't the bogeyman hiding in America's closet. Congress might be, though.

At least that's what three former U.S. Treasury secretaries believe.

Yes, the U.S. is facing a serious economic challenge from China and other faster-growing economies. A...

Fight poster

KLAS

Police are ready for Mayweather-Pacquiao crowds

Las Vegas police are telling people to stay off the famed Las Vegas Strip during and after the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight.

KLAS reports that local police are getting prepared for the crowds by beefing up security like never before for a fight.
"There are going to be a ton of people there and we have…

Everest avalanche, Nepal earthquake

CNN

Avalanche engulfing Everest camp on video

A mammoth wave of snow darkens the sky over Everest Base Camp. Appearing like a white mushroom cloud roaring over the climbers, they scurry as their tents flap like feathers in the wind. Then panic hits.

"Whoa! Whoa!" Screams and expletives are heard.

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Jayne Meadows, wife of Steve Allen, dies at 95

Jayne Meadows, widow of talk show host Steve Allen, died Sunday of natural causes in her Encino, California, home. She was 95.
Meadows had a six-decade-long career in the entertainment industry, from starring roles on Broadway to appearing as a regular panelist on CBS' “I've Got a Secret.”

Gay marriage, same-sex marriage

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Poll: More faiths embracing gay marriage

Until recently, if you sat in church on Sunday mornings, pollsters could predict where you stood on same-sex marriage.

What a difference a decade makes.

In 2003, when the Massachusetts Supreme Court became the country's first to legalize same-sex marr...

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Riots, looting in Baltimore

Justice for Freddie Gray

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Baltimore protests turn violent with looting and the burning of a local CVS pharmacy.

8 foods you're reheating wrong

Eggs

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The microwave might be the easiest and quickest way to reheat leftovers, but easy doesn't always equal tasty. Here are eight foods you're reheating wrong, and suggestions on how to make them better, according to Consumerist.

Notable deaths of 2015

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Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians and actors we've lost in 2015.

Faces of Obama's cabinet

Loretta Lynch

CNN

Loretta Lynch was sworn in as U.S. attorney general on Monday. She's the first African-American woman to hold the position. Click through to see more faces of President Obama's cabinet.

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