October 2, 2015 Also: You can't drink tap water in Flint, Michigan because of the lead; Hurricane Joaquin will move east of the U.S.; and the Earls of Leicester win big at the International Bluegrass Music Awards.
October 1, 2015 Also: A new blast rocks a Chinese city a day after several bombs go off; GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump vows to send back all Syrian refugees; and there's a single winning Powerball ticket.
September 25, 2015 Also: Ukrainian rebels force out relief organizations from Luhansk; a tornado causes damage in South Carolina but no injuries; and a giant, loose tarantula grounds a plane in Baltimore (no snakes).
September 24, 2015 Also: The Senate will take up a spending bill that could avert a government shutdown; China orders 300 planes from Boeing; and California sequoias are suffering from the drought.
September 23, 2015 Also: Los Angeles says homelessness is at emergency levels; Volkswagen faces new probes over evading emission tests; and lawmakers in Kosovo behave badly, throwing eggs at the Prime Minister.
September 22, 2015 Also: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in the U.S. today; the ACLU alleges a Kentucky clerk is meddling with marriage licenses of same sex couples; and the Senate will debate an abortion ban.
September 21, 2015 Also: Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson says no Muslim should be President; a body is found near a California wildfire; and World Rugby considers rule changes to reduce concussions.
September 8, 2015 Also: A manhunt continues for the killer of an Illinois officer; Queen Elizabeth is poised to become Britain's longest ruling monarch; and somebody vandalized King Kamehameha's statue in Hawaii.
September 7, 2015 Also: A runoff vote is expected from Guatemala's presidential election; a salmonella outbreak from jarred cucumbers has victims in 27 states; and a cheetah briefly escapes the Indianapolis Zoo.
September 4, 2015 Also: A gunman at a California college kills one person, injures two more and flees; four American peacekeepers are injured in Egypt; and there's quite a crowd aboard the International Space Station.
September 3, 2015 Also: Vice President Biden talks to Florida Jewish leaders about the Iran deal; a search continues for the killers of an Illinois officer; and a lost sheep is finally sheared of 88 pounds of fleece.
September 2, 2015 Also: CNN can include Carly Fiorina in the GOP presidential debate; the manhunt continues for the killers of an Illinois police officer; and what happens when you squeeze a bunch of rubber ducks.
September 1, 2015 Also: The U.N. releases images of a Syrian temple destroyed by ISIS; Thailand arrests a suspect in the deadly Bangkok bombing; and scientists discover the fossil of a gigantic sea scorpion.
August 31, 2015 Also: ISIS militants destroy another temple in Palmyra; there are three hurricanes in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; and Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta tosses the 6th no-hitter of the majors' season.
August 28, 2015 Also: A student is shot and killed at Savannah State University; Colombia and Venezuela recall ambassadors over a border dispute; and today's the final of World Air Guitar Championships in Finland.
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