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ESports stars have huge following in South Korea

Competitive e-gaming, once considered a hobby for teenagers, is now a booming international business in South Korea. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.

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Texas river expected to crest at record level Tuesday

Residents of some rural southeast Texas counties are bracing for more flooding on Monday along a river that is expected to crest at a record level

Hearing to focus on Arizona sheriff's contempt violations

A federal judge will hold a hearing Tuesday to examine ways to address the Maricopa County sheriff's contempt-of-court violations in a racial profiling case

After San Bernardino, counselor faces other side of crisis

Nearly six months ago, Mandy Pifer's boyfriend was killed in the San Bernardino terrorist attack

North Korea Reportedly Tried To Launch Another Missile And Failed

South Korean officials told outlets the launch happened in the early morning hours on Tuesday local time.

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Are Hot Dogs a Sandwich?

The age old question "Are hotdogs a sandwich?" has been answered by the good folks at Merriam-Webster. Hotdogs might technically be a sandwich, but the world does not agree. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.

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Some Airlines Don't Think Venezuela Is Worth The Trip

A drop-off in ticket demand is at least partially to blame.

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Wanted Taiwanese fugitive dies in car accident in California

Taiwan's foreign ministry has confirmed a report that a former tycoon wanted on allegations of embezzlement and fraud was killed in a car accident in California

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Animal rights activists disrupt Sanders rally in Oakland

A group of animal rights activists briefly interrupted a Bernie Sanders rally in Northern California when they jumped barricades and tried to rush the podium

Eric Holder Gives Snowden Props For Performing A 'Public Service'

During a CNN podcast, the former attorney general said whistleblower Edward Snowden raised an important debate.

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Man accused of shooting Georgia deputy denied bond

An Alabama man accused of shooting a Georgia sheriff's deputy during a traffic stop has been denied bond

Net profit down 19 pct at scandal-hit VW in 1st quarter

Volkswagen saw net profit fall 19 percent in the first quarter as it struggled to deal with a scandal over cars equipped to cheat in diesel emissions tests

Coincidence leads to an Arlington burial for WWII Marine

A New York Marine whose remains were discovered more than 70 years after he died in a Pacific battle is being buried at Arlington National Cemetery

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Verizon Workers Score Major Wins With The Deal To End Their Strike

After almost seven weeks, a union representing Verizon workers agreed in principle on a contract. Verizon made several major concessions in the deal.

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Brazil's perfect storm of crises ahead of Olympics

Brazil is wrestling with a wide range of problems ahead of the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, leaving many people to wonder if the 2016 games are cursed. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

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Australia to sell bitcoins confiscated as proceeds of crime

An official says about $13 million in bitcoins will be auctioned in Sydney in June after Australian police confiscated the digital currency as proceeds of crime

Investigating deadly terror attacks in Kenya

Kenya has offered little details about missing soldiers, following a deadly terror attack from Al-Shabaab last January. Some family members have expressed their views to CNN's Robyn Kriel.

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If Captain Cook's ship is found, whose is it? Rhode Island's

If the ship legendary explorer Captain James Cook used to sail around the world is found, Rhode Island will own it

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Among 10 Things to Know: US voters disconnected from political parties; Iraqi troops seek to reclaim Fallujah

Fire erupts during Memorial Day banquet at American Legion

Authorities say a blaze erupted during an annual Memorial Day banquet at an American Legion post in Philadelphia and required more than 100 firefighters to get it under control

Former Chad President Sentenced To Life For Crimes Against Humanity

Hissène Habré was found guilty of torture, rape, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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Syrian Opposition's Top Negotiator Resigns, Abandoning Peace Talks

The resignation of Mohammed Alloush will likely make it even harder to find a peaceful resolution to Syria's civil war.

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Gulf economic slowdown sees foreign workers trapped by debts

An economic slowdown in the Gulf caused by low global oil prices is trapping foreign workers who can't repay their loans

Casino tests novel approach to preventing gambling addiction

Massachusetts is set to launch a first-in-the-nation system aimed at preventing gambling addiction by allowing slot players to limit their bets