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Fox series orders: What you need to know

(CNN) -- That's not spring in the air, but fall series ordering season.

Dawg! 'American Idol' original Randy Jackson leaving hit show

Randy Jackson, the last original "American Idol" judge, announced Thursday that he's voting himself off the hit singing competition program after the current season ends.

Crews finish installing World Trade Center spire

NEW YORK (CNN) -- Construction workers bolted a 408-foot spire into place atop One World Trade Center on Friday, symbolically capping New York's comeback after the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.

Tunisian who allegedly wanted to commit terror, held in US

A Tunisian man who allegedly wanted to commit acts of terrorism in the United States and other countries was arrested in New York last month, U.S. officials said on Thursday.

After closed-door hearing with defense, judge delays next phase of Jodi Arias trial

A day after jurors found her guilty of first-degree murder, Jodi Arias and her attorneys met with a judge in a closed-door hearing Thursday, according to a source with knowledge of the proceedings.

Commander: International Space Station crew plans spacewalk to fix leak

The International Space Station crew is preparing for a spacewalk to address leaking ammonia from a cooling system, the commander said Friday. Cmdr.

Screaming women greet Price Harry at start of buttoned-up U.S. tour

Washington (CNN) -- The arrival of Prince Harry on Capitol Hill Thursday prompted what appeared to be a mass exodus of women from their congressional offices, all hoping to catch a glimpse of the third-in-line to the British throne.

Screaming women greet Price Harry at start of buttoned-up U.S. tour

Washington (CNN) -- The arrival of Prince Harry on Capitol Hill Thursday prompted what appeared to be a mass exodus of women from their congressional offices, all hoping to catch a glimpse of the third-in-line to the British throne.

Boston's top cop asked if bombing was preventable

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Could the Boston Marathon bombing have been prevented?

Republican spotlight shifts from Obama to Clinton

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Barack Obama's been in the bull's eye of Republicans and conservatives since 2008, but after Wednesday's hearing on last September's terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, many on the right are shifting