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Don't Miss -02/17

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Florida Shooting Suspect Raised Officials…

Outlets report Florida officials investigated the 19-year-old suspect after he posted a video on social media showing him cutting his arms in 2016.

Now You Can Give Your Closest Pal & Confidant…

When you think of hot stuff, you don’t necessarily think of "The Golden Girls." But the girls are spicing things up with a new four-pack set of hot sauces sold on a site called Always Fits. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith has more.

How This 'Black Panther' Tailor Helped Craft…

Atlanta-based tailor Carl Ulysses breaks down the fashion of "Black Panther" and how a team of tailors helped Wakandans look the part.

LeBron reacts to 'shut up and dribble' remark

NBA star LeBron James fired back at TV host Laura Ingraham after she told him to "shut up and dribble" after he criticized President Trump. CNN's Andy Scholes reports.

Ligue 1: Angers 0-1 Saint-Etienne

Angers looked to have secured the share of the spoils after a hard-fought home game against Saint-Etienne. Until the 79th minute, that is, when goalkeeper Ludovic Butelle spilled a routine free kick, allowing Robert Beric to nab the winner. Two goal-line saves would enable Les Verts to hold onto the points, rocketing them up to eleventh in Ligue 1.

Zimbabwe's Grace Mugabe May Face Arrest Over…

A university vice chancellor has been arrested for abuse of office in relation to Mugabe's questionable degree.

This Festival Could Be Coachella for Chicken…

Chicken nuggets are undoubtedly one of the world’s most magical foods. But some people out there love them so much, a whole festival is dedicated to them. Buzz60's Josh King has the details.

See fake social media posts linked to Russia

A federal indictment against 13 Russian nationals provides new insight into how the Internet Research Agency, a Kremlin-linked Russian troll group, set up a vast network of fake American activist groups. The group also used the stolen identities of real Americans in an attempt to wreak havoc on the US political system.

Ligue 1: Butelle howler costs Angers dear

Angers looked to have secured the share of the spoils after a hard-fought home game against Saint-Etienne. That is, until Ludovic Butelle let an easy ball fall out of his hands, handing Robert Beric and Les Verts a huge win.

Women Who Clean A Lot Could Face Decreased Lung…

Regular use of chemicals seems to decrease lung functionality in women, but not in men.

McMaster responds to Russian indictments

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster responds to the indictments of 13 Russian nationals for their roles in attempted meddling in the 2016 election, saying evidence of Russian interference is "incontrovertible."

Dario Saric: Rising Star

Dario Saric All-Star Weekend Interview

South Korean President Moon Doesn't Want To Rush…

President Moon was invited to Pyongyang to host a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Mudd: One of the biggest losers is Devin Nunes

CNN counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd calls out Devin Nunes and politicians on Capitol Hill for politicizing Russia's meddling into the 2016 election.

Bogdan Bogdanovic: Rising Star

Bogdan Bogdanovic All-Star Weekend Interview

Amid Criticism, Pope Francis Renews Sexual Abuse…

A sexual abuse commission that lapsed in December has been renewed by the Vatican.

Indictments charge Kremlin-linked 'troll group'

One of the charges of special counsel Robert Mueller's indictment is the Russian-based company called the "Internet research agency," which is also often called a "troll farm." CNN's Matthew Chance takes a look at how it allegedly sought to sow discord in the US.

Wagner not concerned by Huddersfield's FA Cup exit

David Wagner says 'it's ok' to be knocked out of the FA Cup with the 'great performance' they showed against Man United - but now need to take that into the Premier League.

US, Russian Officials Respond To Mueller's…

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and U.S. national security adviser H.R. McMaster both spoke at the Munich Security Conference in Germany.

Clapper: More shoes will drop in Russia probe

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper tells CNN's Anderson Cooper that he thinks more details about the financial relationships between the Trump organization before the election and the Trump campaign will surface in the Mueller investigation.

VAR killed emotion of the game - Wagner

David Wagner voices his disapproval of VAR - insisting it killed all emotion of Huddersfield's clash with Man United.

13 Dead In Mexico Helicopter Crash After Massive…

At least 13 people are dead after a helicopter that was surveying the earthquake damage crashed.

Cooper: Indictments don't clear Trump

CNN's Anderson Cooper explains how President Donald Trump's case that the Russia investigation is a hoax has been weakened by special counsel Robert Mueller's indictment of 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities for allegedly meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Jaylen Brown: Rising Star

Jaylen Brown All-Star Weekend Interview

Waymo Gets Approval To Launch A Commercial…

Arizona gave the "OK" for Waymo to operate as a transportation network company like Uber or Lyft.

Inside CrossFit's secret gym

With 500,000 athletes set to compete in CrossFit's Worldwide Open, CNN went to a secret gym where the director of the CrossFit Games develops the workouts.

Dillon Brooks: Rising Star

Dillon Brooks All-Star Weekend Interview

United Kingdom Seeking A New Security Deal With…

The U.K. and other EU states share a lot of intelligence and security information. That all might go away if there's no deal in place before Brexit.

500K athletes compete in CrossFit competition

On Thursday, February 22, in an event known simply as "The Open," an estimated 500,000 CrossFit athletes from all over the world compete against each other.