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1860s Baseball Card Fetches $179,000 At Auction

1860s baseball card fetches $179,000 at auction of sports memorabilia.

Arctic-Bound Ship Leaves Portland After Oil Drilling Protest

Ship leaves Portland to join oil drilling operation in Arctic after environmental protest.

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Clinton charity donors surge amid Hillary Clinton campaign

Donors to Clinton family charity surge as Hillary Clinton's White House campaign launches

NASA's fizzing water bubble experiment captured in hi-res

NASA astronaut Terry Virts explores water tension in microgravity by dissolving an effervescent tablet in a floating ball of water. Matthew Stock reports.

See How These 'Alone' Survivalists Made Trash Into Treasure

When bits of garbage started washing in from the ocean, some contestants on 'Alone' realized one man's trash is another man's meal ticket.

Drachma revolt adds unease to Greece's awkward alliance

In Greece, push to bring back drachma adds unease to Tsipras' awkward alliance

Scientists control mouse brain by remote control

A remote-controlled brain implant that can determine the path a mouse walks is being developed by scientists who hope it could one day be used to treat a range of neurological disorders in humans by wirelessly targeting therapies to specific neural networks. Matthew Stock reports.

Could MH370 debris have traveled this far?

CNN's Derek Van Dam explains whether it is feasible that MH370 debris could have traveled this far across the Indian Ocean.

Obama jokes about his birth certificate at state dinner in Kenya

U.S. President Barack Obama attends state dinner in Nairobi with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

MH370 families treating latest news with caution

The families of those on board MH370 are reacting cautiously to the latest developments. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.

Bush calls courtship of minority voters integral to campaign

Applying lessons of his Florida campaigns, Bush seeks to broaden appeal among blacks, Latinos

Rare Siberian tiger triplets born in Crimea

A safari park in Crimea, one of the largest in Europe, welcomes rare Siberian tiger triplets. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Australia: Strong evidence debris is from a Boeing777

Australia's deputy prime minister says debris that washed ashore Reunion Island is consistent with their current modeling of where debris could have traveled.

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Pacific trade ministers pose for group photo at Maui meeting

Pacific trade ministers pose for group photo during break from trade pact negotiations on Maui

$1m reward offered for missing "Wizard of Oz" ruby slippers

A fan of the movie Wizard of Oz has offered a million-dollar award for the return of a pair of the iconic ruby slippers that were stolen from a Grand Rapids, Minnesota museum almost ten years back. Katie Gregory reports.

Google Glass Isn't Dead, It's Just Running with a New Crowd

Google Glass is back, it's updated and it's heading to work. Which apparently means regular consumers won't have access to the new device.

Ex-President George HW Bush tweets about fall, neck injury

Ex-President George HW Bush shows he's in good spirts in tweeting about his fall, neck injury

First electric plane crosses the Channel

The Airbus E-Fan becomes the first twin-engine electric plane to cross the English Channel after completing its maiden flight between Lydd in Kent and Calais in northern France. Mia Reakes reports.

How Pro Athletes Fared When Returning From Cancer

NFL safety Eric Berry returned to the field Tuesday after battling cancer. He's another big name athlete who has returned to sports after treatment.

Dem Kildee: I support Obama's Iran nuclear deal

Dem Rep. Kildee, who represents hostage Hekmati, supports Iran nuclear deal

The future of travel? A glass tube called Hyperloop

Hyperloop Transportation Technologies says it's about to break ground on a full scale test track for it's revolutionary future travel means, the Hyperloop, which will take passengers through glass tubes at speeds potentially up to 760mph. Joel Flynn reports.

How Pro Athletes Fared When Returning From Cancer

NFL safety Eric Berry returned to the field Tuesday after battling cancer. He's another big name athlete who has returned to sports after treatment.

Trump's call for mass deportations runs into messy realities

Donald Trump's call for mass deportations faces realities of nation's messy immigration system

Report of gunshot at Maryland military hospital

Police are investigating a report of a gunshot heard at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in suburban Washington. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Are Test-Optional Colleges Helping Increase Diversity?

Colleges are trying to increase diversity as standardized tests remain a barrier to achieving that goal on college campuses.

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