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Chicago Police Department via CNN

Laquan McDonald shooting: Why so long for video?

In April, Chicago City Alderman Howard B. Brookins Jr. was prepared to vote in favor of a $5 million settlement for the family of Laquan McDonald.

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From UK Parliament

UK votes on whether to bomb ISIS in Syria

After the November 13 terror attacks in Paris, France asked its allies to bump up their military offensive against ISIS. It's time for Britain and Germany's turn to decide if they will.

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Cop takes donkey for a ride-along

You'll find a lot of jackasses in the back of a squad car, but you don't expect to see a real donkey.

Marissa Mayer

Jim Castel/CNN

Yahoo could be looking for a buyer

Unable to turn its fortunes around, Yahoo is reportedly thinking about selling its pioneering Internet business.


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Zuckerberg pledges 99% of Facebook stock to charitable causes

Instead of cigars, Facebook cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg is celebrating the birth of his new daughter by pledging to give away 99% of his Facebook shares.

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Family wants Chicago police shooting video released

The family of Ronald Johnson is angry and wants answers from the Chicago Police Department.

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Janice Haney Carr/CDC/CNN

E. coli recall expands to more states, stores

A recall stemming from an E. coli scare now spans more than a dozen states and includes products sold at major grocery chains, including Walmart, Safeway and Albertsons.

Ash Carter Dec 1 2015


Carter sending 'specialized' force to Iraq

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Tuesday that the U.S. military will send "a specialized expeditionary targeting force" aimed at conducting more raids in Iraq.

A U.S. official tells CNN that decision means there will be additional U.S. Specia...

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United Nations warns of ISIS expansion in Libya

A report released on Tuesday by a United Nations monitoring group examining terrorist groups in Libya warns ISIS has built up a significant presence in Libya and could further expand the territory it controls through local alliances.

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Wyandotte County Sheriff via CNN

Coroner: Bones of child found amid pigs

A coroner in Kansas said Tuesday that a child's bones were found among the pigs on the property of a Kansas City man suspected of killing his 7-year-old son.

Wyandotte County Coroner Dr. Alan Hancock said his office has not determined whether the bone...

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