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Official: Police sergeant on desk duty during probe over Boston images

A Massachusetts State Police sergeant will be on desk duty pending the outcome of an internal investigation over his unauthorized release of photos showing the hunt and capture of one of the Boston bombing suspects.

All three women found slain in East Cleveland identified

All three women whose bodies were found wrapped in trash bags last weekend in East Cleveland have been identified, CNN has confirmed after speaking with their families.

BREAKING: 'Royal Baby' makes grand debut

The "Royal Baby" was presented to the world outside of St. Mary's Hospital on Tuesday.

World awaits first glimpse of Kate and William's royal baby boy

LONDON (CNN) -- All eyes are glued Tuesday to the hospital where Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and husband Prince William welcomed their first child as a joyful public waits for its first glimpse of the new royal heir. The boy was born at 4:24

Officers hunt down headmistress after Indian school poisoning

PATNA, India (CNN) -- A week after an Indian school served toxic food to students, leaving 23 dead, its headmistress remains missing along with her husband, police said Tuesday. A nine-member team of officers has been formed to investigate and tra

Stoner comes out of retirement for Honda test

Two-wheeled temptation has proved too much for retired MotoGP champion Casey Stoner. Eight months ago the Australian quit the sport but now he is getting back on the bike to test for Honda. Stoner will reunite with his old team in four tests at

Report: Millions of girls still at risk of female genital mutilation

The largest report yet into the extent of female genital mutilation, or cutting, has shed new light onto a practice that affects tens of millions of women and girls worldwide, U.N children's agency UNICEF said. There is some positive news in the n

Truck smashes into bus in Thailand; 19 dead

At least 19 people died Tuesday, when a bus collided into a truck and burst into flames in central Thailand. The accident took place at around 4 a.m.

How Obamacare's 'privacy nightmare' database really works

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- When shoppers apply for health insurance through the forthcoming state-based Obamacare exchanges, the online system will verify each applicant's information by pulling in data from more than half a dozen federal agencies rangin

'Stand Your Ground' laws up to states, not Obama or Congress

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Stevie Wonder is boycotting, demonstrators are demanding and President Barack Obama and a veteran GOP senator also are calling for changes in "stand your ground" self-defense laws in the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin killing.