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Tel Aviv's airport safety to be studied

Tel Aviv's airport is so safe that next month visitors from 40 different countries will come to learn about its practices. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.

AP PHOTOS: A selection of pictures from the past week

PHOTO GALLERY: An Ultra-Orthodox Jewish boy watches a bonfire during a religious celebration in Jerusalem; protesters run from tear gas fired by Iraqi security forces in Baghdad; people walk through heavy rain during a storm in Cuzco, Peru

Expecting worst, holiday travelers find fast airport lines

Fast moving airport security lines at the start of the Memorial Day weekend may bode well for return travelers Monday

Search for missing teen focuses on Northern California coast

The frantic search for teenage girl who was last seen being dragged, bleeding and screaming, by an armed acquaintance has shifted to a remote area in Northern California about 65 miles from where she was abducted

Hillary Clinton Is The Winner Of The Big Debate That Never Happened

Sanders and Trump have spent months going after Clinton. A debate would've been the perfect chance for them to attack her uncontested.

Amazing Company Perk Has Employees Saying 'I Do'

One company is changing the way we think of employee benefits! TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details.

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These Chinese Students Have To Climb Down A Cliff To Get To School

Children who attend this boarding school have to use rickety ladders to climb down more than 2,500 feet of incredibly steep terrain.

IS militants fight Syria rebels in north Syria strongholds

Islamic State group militants have entered a Syrian opposition stronghold in the country's north and are clashing with rebels on the edges of the town

Quotations in the News

Quotations in the News

World's Top Geneticists To Test for Yeti DNA

A TV show that's about to air will show the world's top geneticists as they attempt to use DNA evidence to determine if Yeti's are real. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the story.

Congress' grade so far? Incomplete at best

Congress is racing toward its summer break, but like a procrastinating college kid it has tons of work to catch up on

41 Secret Service Employees Disciplined For Violating Privacy Laws

The Department of Homeland Security is disciplining dozens of Secret Service workers who illegally accessed a rejected job application.

Texas braces for possibly more rain after flooding kills 1

Officials in Texas are bracing for the possibility of more rain over the long Memorial Day weekend after flooding there killed one person and left three others missing

Clinton urges Sanders' followers to unite to stop Trump

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urges supporters of rival Bernie Sanders to join her to stop Donald Trump from occupying the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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Chinese developer Wanda opens theme park to take on Disney

China's largest private property developer, the Wanda Group, has opened a sprawling entertainment complex in southeast China that it is positioning as a competitor to take on Disney and its $5.5 billion Shanghai theme park opening next month

Small plane crashes in Hudson River; may be WWII-era model

Police say a small plane has crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, and aviation authorities say it may be a World War II-era plane

The US Senate Wants Equal Pay For Women Soccer Players

The Senate unanimously passed a resolution supporting equal pay for the women's national soccer team.

Libertarians throw shade at Dems and GOP at convention

CNN politics traveled to Orlando, Florida to meet the Libertarians in charge of nominating a third party candidate that will be on the ballot in November.

Now Gawker has its own billionaire backer, sort of

The courtroom fight between former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan and news-and-gossip site Gawker is becoming a battleground for Silicon Valley tycoons as well

Henry Heimlich, 96, uses his maneuver to save woman

Dr. Henry Heimlich, who invented the Heimlich maneuver in 1974, was in the dining hall of a senior community when the woman beside him began choking. He sprang into action.

The Latest: Plane that crashed was celebrating 75 years

A small World War II-era plane that crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey had been celebrating its 75th anniversary

Family of lost hiker won't second-guess Maine over search

The family of a hiker who died after getting lost on the Appalachian Trail in Maine isn't going to second-guess searchers

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Search for California teen girl goes on after suspect killed

Authorities were searching a 300-mile stretch of California for a teenage girl with hopes of finding her alive after the man suspected of abducting her was killed in a shootout with deputies

SpaceX's Water Landings Are Becoming Routine

This is the third time a Falcon 9 rocket has successfully landed on one of the company's barges.

Dark Matter May Be Made of Black Holes

Dark Matter and Energy are incredibly mysterious. We honestly have no idea what they are. A new paper from NASA is saying that there's evidence that Dark Matter is really made of Black Holes. Produced by Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones).