Cinco de Mayo: What you need to know

Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.

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The Latest: Autopsy shows slain student was stabbed 4 times

Authorities say an autopsy showed that a student killed on his college campus in central Georgia was stabbed four times in the upper torso

Police: Escaped inmate spotted at New Jersey CVS

Police in New Jersey say security footage has captured images of an inmate walking into a pharmacy a day after vanishing from a state prison

Chicago officer accused in black teen's death requests guard

The attorney for a Chicago police officer charged in the shooting death of a black teenager has asked for sheriff's deputies to guard the officer as he enters and exits court

Bill Clinton: 'It's Been A Long Time Since A Girl' Said I Look Great

Bill Clinton said he never gets compliments on his looks from women anymore.

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Cafe Lets You Pet Raccoons, Meerkats, Foxes and Owls

A cafe in Thailand called Little Zoo Cafe will let you pet exotic animals like raccoons, meerkats, foxes and owls but is it harming the critters? Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) breaks it down.

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Egyptian Official Blames Violence In Middle East On 'Tom And Jerry'

There's a lot of violence in the Middle East, and one Egyptian official blames violent movies, video games and... "Tom and Jerry."

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Kenya: Woman found alive after 6 days in collapsed building

Kenya: Woman found alive after 6 days in collapsed building in Nairobi

Consumer watchdog proposes ban on some arbitration clauses

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is proposing a ban on arbitration clauses, which would impact the entire financial industry encompassing hundreds of millions of bank accounts, credit cards and mortgages

Kim Jong Un Bans Weddings and Funerals

Ahead of a meeting of The Worker's Party, Kim Jong Un fearing people getting together in groups is banning weddings and funerals. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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Navy SEAL Is The Third US Casualty In Iraq's Fight Against ISIS

Charles Keating IV was aiding a contingent of U.S. troops pinned down during an ISIS firefight.

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Hotel evacuated in Georgetown area of DC after threat

A hotel in the Georgetown area of Washington has been evacuated after receiving a bomb threat

Cruz accidentally elbows wife in face

Former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz accidentally elbows his wife, Heidi, at the end of a hug made on stage following his announcement that he was ending his campaign. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Ford to invest $182M in software development company

Ford says it is investing $182 million in a San Francisco software development company called Pivotal

Juneau using cruise ship visitor fees to cover legal costs

Juneau is using the money it receives from visitors who arrive to the city via cruise ship to fight a lawsuit filed by the cruise industry alleging it is misusing those funds to develop a park featuring a life-sized whale sculpture a mile away from port

Trump On Cruz As Vice President: 'It's Something We Can Think About'

On Wednesday, Donald Trump told Fox News he believes Ted Cruz is "certainly a capable guy."

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Athletics must prepare for life without Usain Bolt

CNN's Amanda Davies discusses Usain Bolt's legacy with Olympic gold medalists Edwin Moses, Steve Redgrave, Nadia Comaneci and Daley Thompson.

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Mayors from big cities around globe push climate initiatives

The mayors of major cities from around the world are banding together to fight global warming by investing in public transportation and electric cars, planting trees and switching to solar energy

America's Cup: Sailing's unsung heroes

CNN's Alex Thomas goes behind the scenes with America's Cup champion Oracle Team USA.

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10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today

Michigan House votes to pay Detroit school debt without Dems

After 15 hours of mostly private meetings, the Michigan House approved a $500 million restructuring plan for the ailing Detroit Public Schools

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Candlelight vigil planned for slain Georgia college student

A candlelight vigil is planned in remembrance of a Georgia college freshman who was stabbed to death at Fort Valley State University in central Georgia

This Wisconsin Town Is Putting A Price On Bullies

On the first offense, parents get a warning. If the child keeps bullying, parents get a $366 fine.

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Biggest Threats to Humanity Determined

Oxford University determined the biggest threats to humanity over the next five years. Let's be honest, not many of these are too shocking. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

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