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How Obama's comments on race sparked very different reactions

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In some of the most personal and unscripted comments on race of his presidency, President Barack Obama broke his silence Friday with surprise remarks from the White House on Trayvon Martin, his first public comments since a Florid

UK Royal Baby Birth

It's a boy! Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, and husband Prince William on Monday welcomed their first child.

5 days after acquittal, Zimmerman helps family escape overturned vehicle

Five days after he was acquitted of murder, George Zimmerman stepped out of seclusion to help a family get out of an overturned vehicle in Florida, authorities said.

RGIII cleared to begin practicing

Washington Redskins quarterback, Robert Griffin III announced Monday morning via Twitter, he has been cleared by doctors to begin practicing for the upcoming NFL season.

Man seeks to stop CT Nugent show after Trayvon comment

WESTON, Conn. (FOXCT) -- On a Thursday evening, music is overflowing from Toad's Place, and come Aug.

Judge orders Detroit to withdraw bankruptcy filing

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- A Michigan Circuit Court Judge ruled Friday that Detroit's bankruptcy filing is unconstitutional and ordered the case be withdrawn from federal bankruptcy court.

Apple's developer site shut down by hack attack

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Apple's developer site has been shut down due to a hacker attack. A notice on the site said an intruder had "attempted to secure personal information of our registered developers" last Thursday, and that Apple had shut down

TSA expanding program to speed security lines

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S.

Production of "Glee" delayed until August in wake of star's fatal overdose

The producers of "Glee," and Fox Broadcasting Company, will delay the start of production of the TV series until early August in the aftermath of star Cory Monteith's drug-related death, officials said Friday. Officials weren't providing further

Tuna capsizes boat, drags fisherman into pacific before Coast Guard rescue

Anthony Wichman probably rather would have told the story of the one that got away. Instead, the 54-year-old Koloa, Hawaii, man won his one-hour battle with a 230-pound Ahi tuna -- but only after the fish nearly drowned him and left him clinging t