Mormons Publish Photos Of 'Seer Stone' Used By Founder

Mormons publish first photos of 'seer stone' used by founder to translate Book of Mormon.

Milwaukee Archdiocese Settles Abuse Cases For $21 Million

Milwaukee archdiocese settles with clergy abuse survivors for $21 million.

2015: The Summer of Celebrity Breakups

Hollywood has a heartache, and many iconic couples are calling it quits this summer. Pop, rock and country artists aren't safe ... not even puppets.

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Woman can go ahead with lawsuit alleging Facebook defamation

Court: Not too late for woman to bring Facebook claim against ex-lover over sexy statements

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Amnesty International slams Brazilian police

Amnesty International says Rio de Janeiro police are responsible for many unwarranted killings, but local authorities say the report is "reckless and unfair." CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.

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Mothers: Officer restrained children with handcuffs on arms

Mothers: School officer illegally restrained children with handcuffs around their arms

3-D Printed Fashion Collection Turns Heads

A 3-D printed fashion collection from Danit Peleg, a young Israeli designer, is making waves. The 27-year-old says she spent over 2,000 hours printing the pieces at home. Photo: Daria Ratiner

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Police investigate report of shooting near National Mall

Police investigate report of shooting near National Mall; no injuries reported

Report: 2 immigrants in US illegally named to city panels

Report: 2 immigrants in US illegally are named to commissions in small Los Angeles County city

Gay Couple Who Wed at West Point Forced to Defend Themselves

Daniel Lennox-Choate and his husband, Larry, were shopping in SoHo, when a man allegedly attacked them.

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Drug tunnel discovered near U.S. border in Tijuana

A drug tunnel equipped with electricity, ventilation and a rail system has been found in Tijuana. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.

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Katie Ledecky wins 1500 gold, breaking her own record

Katie Ledecky broke her own world record in the womens' 1500-meter freestyle at the world swimming championships in Kazan, Russia. Thirty minutes later, she was back in the pool again to qualify for the 200 meter freestyle final.

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Netflix to give workers with babies a year of paid leave

Generous baby gift: Netflix offers a year's paid leave to new parents on its payroll

Batboy's Death Highlights Dangers for Baseball's Bystanders

Batboy Kaiser Carlile died after being struck by a player's practice swing, a reminder the sport puts those on the sidelines at risk.

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Wireless, landline phone outages reported in Southeast

Wireless, landline telephone outages reported in Southeastern states

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Lineup for first GOP presidential debate announced

CNN's Brianna Keilar announces which Republican presidential candidates will be participating in the first 2016 GOP presidential debate.

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Truck fire shuts down parts of New Jersey Turnpike

Traffic jam after truck fire shuts down New Jersey Turnpike in Linden near Exit 13A

Chile's Tallest (and Emptiest) Building

A look at why the tallest building in South America is still completely empty nearly a year after its 10-year construction has ended.

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Netflix to give workers with babies a year of paid leave

Generous baby gift: Netflix offers a year's paid leave to new parents on its payroll

New Hampshire officials probing tent collapse that killed 2

New Hampshire officials begin probe into circus tent collapse that killed 2, injured 22

Blind People Can Read Braille in Real Time With Smartwatch

Portable electronic devices that display Braille can be expensive, but one Korean company has created an affordable option that fits on your wrist.

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AQAP calls for more terror attacks on the U.S.

CNN's Brian Todd reports on new threats from al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula bomb maker Ibrahim al-Asiri and another top militant.

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What you need to know about Planned Parenthood

Critics of Planned Parenthood are going after the organization’s federal funding. Here are the ins and outs of the organization, the controversy and what may happen next.

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