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17-year-old's massive swordfish could break record

A massive swordfish, that could break a record, was caught by a local 17-year-old on Labor Day. Adam Satter, an avid fisherman, admits this was just his second time fishing for swordfish.

Top Somali militant killed in U.S. operation, Pentagon says

Ahmed Godane, the leader of the Somali militant group Al-Shabaab, was killed this week in a U.S. military operation, the Pentagon said Friday. "The U.S. military undertook operations against Godane on Sept. 1, which led to his death.

Joan Rivers autopsy inconclusive, medical examiner's office says

An autopsy on comedian Joan Rivers has been completed, but more studies will be needed to determine the cause and manner of her death, New York City medical examiner's office spokeswoman Julie Bolcer said Friday.

DA: Texas mother stripped, partied while children starved

A mother found guilty of starving her two young children will now spend 20 years behind bars. On Thursday, jurors sentenced Kayela McClintick, 24, who was found guilty on two counts of injury to a child by omission on Wednesday.

Google agrees to refund $19 million over mobile apps

Google Inc. will refund at least $19 million to consumers over complaints it unfairly billed for charges incurred by children using mobile apps downloaded to Android mobile devices from the Google Play app store.

Betty White is not dead, but she d-y-e-s

NATIONAL NEWS — Social media is in an uproar over a mistaken homonym regarding a beloved Hollywood actress. “Actress Betty White, 92, Dyes Peacefully In Her Los Angeles Home,” was posted to satirical news website Empire News on Wednesday. As t

Clinic where Joan Rivers stopped breathing under investigation

The out-patient clinic where Joan Rivers suffered cardiac arrest during a procedure last week is being investigated, a health official said Thursday.

Jury indicts Georgia father for murder in hot car death

A Georgia grand jury on Thursday indicted Justin Ross Harris on eight counts, including malice murder and two counts of felony murder, in the hot car death of his toddler son.

Inside the mind of an ISIS fighter

To the outside world, they're a force of ruthless yet mysterious insurgents bent on terrorizing civilians and expanding Islamist rule. But as one former ISIS fighter tells CNN, the mentality goes much deeper.