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Govt. Agencies Get New Regulation on Stingray Phone Monitors

Rights groups welcome the transparency and privacy federal regulations will bring, but say more state-level rules are needed.

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Tempers flare as standoff with migrants continues

An escalation in the stand off over the train carrying hundreds of refugees. Fred Pleitgen reports.

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Armed Police Remove Migrants From Train in Hungary

A train full of migrants en route to Austria was met by armed police who forced them off in the town of Bicske, Hungary on Thursday. Mark Kelly reports. Image: Getty

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Funeral slated for slain Houston-area sheriff's deputy

Funeral slated for Houston-area sheriff's deputy gunned down at gas station a week ago

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The Latest: British leader pledges more help for migrants

The Latest: British leader Cameron says UK plans to accept more Syrians

Parents arrested after abandoning baby on the roadside

Parents accused of leaving their 9-month-old baby on the side of the road during an argument

Off-duty officer and 2 civilians risk lives to save man from burning truck * NO FEE

An off-duty police officer and two civilians are local heroes after they save a man trapped inside a burning truck that was stuck on a railroad track . Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

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Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

With Clerk In Jail, Ky. County Issues Gay Marriage Licenses

James Yates and William Smith, Jr. are the first to be issued a same-sex marriage license after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue them.

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Judge: Injunction against water rule limited to 13 states

Federal judge in North Dakota says injunction against Obama water rule limited to 13 states

"Star Wars" toys get marathon roll-out in Disney merchandising push

"Star Wars" producers announce a marathon, worldwide roll-out of toys for "The Force Awakens". Jane Ross reports.

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Carter Lay, grandson of potato chip maker, dies at 44

Carter Lay, philanthropist and grandson of potato chip maker, dies at 44

With Clerk in Jail, Ky. County Issues Gay Marriage Licenses

James Yates and William Smith, Jr. are the first to be issued a same-sex marriage license after a county clerk was jailed for refusing to issue them.

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Drowned Syrian toddler laid to rest

Alylan Kurdi, the boy whose body was found on the beach is now being buried back in Kobani, along with his brother and mother. CNN's Hala Gorani reports.

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Toyota to invest $50M in car-tech research at Stanford, MIT

Toyota pouring $50 million into Stanford, MIT research centers to help automate driving

The UK Is Finally Taking in More Syrian Refugees

The United Kingdom is taking in more refugees from Syria, though how many is unconfirmed. Syria's neighbors still host the bulk of refugees.

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These tires could charge your car

CNN's Thom Patterson explains Goodyear's new concept tire, which is designed to charge electric cars.

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Migrant Crisis: The Schengen Agreement Explained

The Schengen Agreement, an arrangement that allows the free movement of European citizens between 26 countries across the continent, is under threat. The Wall Street Journal's George Downs explains why.

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Convicted ex-Ravens cheerleader won't be charged in Maryland

Former Ravens cheerleader convicted of raping boy in Delaware won't be charged in Maryland

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22 Emirati troops in Saudi-led coalition killed in Yemen

United Arab Emirates says 22 of its troops killed in Yemen as part of Saudi-led coalition

Federal judge in North Dakota says injunction against Obama water rule limited to 13 states

Federal judge in North Dakota says injunction against Obama water rule limited to 13 states

Boeing's invisible laser shoots down drones

Boeing's got an incredible looking brand new laser that can invisibly and silently shoot down drones by lighting them on fire. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Benghazi panel to interview more of Clinton's inner circle

House Benghazi panel to resume interviews with former top aides to Hillary Rodham Clinton

How Not To Land Your Dream Job: Send HR A Naked Selfie

One way to guarantee you won't get a job is to accidentally send a naked selfie to the HR manager. Oops.

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