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Ted Cruz laughs off Obama's basketball jokes

Presidential candidate Ted Cruz responds to President Obama's jokes about his basketball faux pas. CNN's Dana Bash talks to Cruz about the basketball blunder.

Ex-NY Assembly speaker to be sentenced in corruption case

Former New York Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver will learn his fate following his November conviction in a $5 million corruption case

Funeral will honor 6 of 8 victims in Ohio family shootings

Ohio's attorney general says there will be "ample security" at the funeral for six of the eight people shot in what authorities are calling a planned attack targeting one family

Jury: Hawaii school failed to protect girl from rape

A jury has found that Hawaii's public school system failed to protect a special education student who says she was raped by a classmate

Ted Cruz Walks Into A Trump Crowd… You Can Probably Guess The Rest

Cruz approached the Trump fans during a campaign stop in Indiana.

Newly Discovered Jellyfish Looks Like Alien Spacecraft

A video published by the NOAA shows a Jellyfish from the Mariana Trench that looks exactly like a hovering UFO. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the details.

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President Obama Speaks Out On Osama Bin Laden's Death 5 Years Later

In his first interview from the Situation Room, Obama tells CNN about the raid that killed the Al-Qaeda leader.

Puerto Rico won't make $370 million in debt payments Monday

Puerto Rico's governor announces that his administration will not make bond payments totaling nearly $370 million due Monday after a failure to restructure of reach a political solution to the U.S. territory's public debt crisis

Bangladesh blogger seeks US help as threats escalate

When Bangladeshi blogger and social activist Ashif Entaz Rabi hosted a TV talk show about a slaying of a publisher by Islamic extremists, he faced death threats

Flowers' Memory May Come From Mad Cow Disease Protein

Scientists from MIT are cautiously saying there's a chance that memories in flowers could form using the same proteins that cause Mad Cow Disease in humans. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.

Q&A: When is a Boot on the Ground not a Boot on the Ground?

No one disputes that U.S. military forces are fighting in combat in Iraq and Syria -- except maybe President Barack Obama and his aides

Controversy Over Yet Another Confederate Artifact

A judge approved a restraining order that keeps a Confederate monument from being removed from the University of Louisville's campus.

Brothers wanted in Arlington killings spotted in Mexico

Authorities say two brothers charged with murder in the presumed killing of a missing Washington state couple have been spotted in Mexico

Fiorina takes tumble during Cruz campaign event

Vice presidential candidate Carly Fiorina carries on, apparently unhurt, after falling off the stage during a Ted Cruz campaign event in Lafayette, Indiana on Sunday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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US stocks rise slightly in early trade; Japan sinks

US stocks are marginally higher in early trading, recovering slightly from last week's steep declines

DOJ: South Dakota long-term care system violates federal law

A U.S. Justice Department investigation has found that South Dakota is violating federal law by unnecessarily relying on nursing facilities to serve people with disabilities

Here's Why The FDA's New $35.7M Ad Campaign Targets LGBT Members

According to the director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, LGBT young adults are twice as likely to use tobacco as other young adults.

How Spec Ops forces trained for the bin Laden raid

Retired Admiral William "Bill" McRaven, the architect of the bin Laden raid, describes how Spec Ops forces practiced for their secret mission.

Military tests unmanned ship designed to cross oceans

The US military has begun testing on the world's largest unmanned surface vessel

The last thing Bin Laden saw was an American

Retired Admiral William "Bill" McRaven, the architect of the bin Laden raid, says it matters that the terrorist leader's last sight was an American.

Snyder expects expanded Medicaid coverage in Flint next week

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder expects Medicaid to be expanded next week to an additional 15,000 children and pregnant women in the Flint area, confronting the city's lead-contaminated water emergency

10 Things to Know for Tuesday

Among 10 Things to Know: Math, momentum favor Trump over Cruz on eve of Indiana primary; Syrian military extends truce as peace talks continue; 5,000-to-1 underdog Leicester captures Premier League title.

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City delays tearing down gazebo where Tamir Rice was shot

Cleveland is delaying demolition of a gazebo where 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot to death by police after a request from the Smithsonian's new African-American history museum

Donald Trump Wants Carly Fiorina To Know Chivalry Isn't Dead

Donald Trump slams Ted Cruz for not helping his running mate, Carly Fiorina, get back on her feet after she fell off stage.

Parents Admit to Stealing from Piggybanks

A new poll is saying 46% of parents steal from their kids' piggybanks. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the answer of how many put the money back.