The End To Kobe Bryant's Incredible Career Is Bittersweet

Kobe Bryant is calling it quits after a tremendous 20-year career in which he won championships, gold medals and MVPs, but it's ending on a sour note.

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How Donald Trump got his own alligator

Donald Trump's talks with the Seminole Tribe in the '90s may not have led to the opening of a casino, but it did inspire the naming of a ruthless alligator.

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Obama Visits Bataclan Memorial in Paris

President Barack Obama was joined by French President Francois Hollande and Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo at the Bataclan theater on Sunday, in a late night tribute to those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks that claimed the lives of 130 people.

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Alabama authorities investigating police shooting in Selma

Alabama authorities looking into police shooting in Selma that left man wounded

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Vatican leaks trial to hear first testimony

First testimony to be heard in Vatican trial for leaked info exposing power struggles

StoryCorps adds thousands of stories to national archive

StoryCorps' oral history project adds thousands of stories to national public archive

Getting through the holidays without going broke

The holidays can get expensive, but Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) has some ways you can curb your spending.

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Obama, Xi to meet on sidelines of Paris climate conference

Obama, Xi to meet in Paris on sidelines of climate summit; US pledges $51M to poorer countries

Colorado Clinic Shooting Victim Identified As 'Stay-At-Home Mother'

A gunman shot and killed three people at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado on Friday. One of the victims was a mother of two.

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Court appearance set for suspect in Colorado clinic shooting

Court appearance set for suspect in Colorado clinic shooting as speculation swirls over motive

Obama visits Paris attack site, pays tribute to victims

Shortly after arriving in Paris, U.S. President Barack Obama visits the memorial at the Bataclan concert hall to pay tribute to the victims of the deadly Paris attacks. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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60 years after boycott, using Montgomery bus can be trying

60 years after Rosa Parks fought bus segregation, using the bus in Montgomery can be a trial

Black Friday Shoppers Chose The Internet Over Long Lines

According to the National Retail Federation, more Americans shopped for Black Friday sales online than in the store.

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Africa's aviation industry is reaching new heights

The aviation industry in the continent is projected to expand nearly 5% annually over the next 20 years. Find out which countries are leading the growth.

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Leaders of warming Earth meet in Paris to cut emissions

Leaders of a warming Earth meet in Paris to kick off talks aimed at rethinking global energy

Here's What Amazon's Drone Prototypes Look Like

Amazon is finally revealing details about its drone Prime Air service. But you can't get it just yet.

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China's demand for energy choking the capital

China's ever-increasing hunger for energy is blanketing Beijing in smog. Derek Van Dam looks at what's happening in the Chinese capital.

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Paris Climate-Change Protesters Clash with Police

Police deployed tear gas on protesters in Paris's Place de la Republique, after thousands defied a government ban on their demonstration ahead of the U.N. climate summit on November 30. Photo: Reuters

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High stakes for Baltimore as Freddie Gray trials begin

'The future of the city is at stake' as Baltimore readies for 1st Freddie Gray trial

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EU slams Syria for gaps in chemical weapons declaration

European Union envoy slams Syria over gaps, contradictions in chemical weapons declaration

Man killed in Colorado shooting was veteran, served in Iraq

Man killed in Planned Parenthood shooting was Army veteran who served in Iraq

Millions of spiders invade Memphis

A neighborhood in North memphis is completely overrun by a swarm of spiders. It's said to be millions of them. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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Colleges grapple with best ways to address race incidents

Colleges, universities seek best ways to handle recent spate of racial incidents on campus

Chicago Police To Buy $2.2M Worth Of Body Cameras

Six more Chicago police districts will use body cameras by summer 2016, according to a statement from the city.

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