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Don't Miss! - 08/30

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As Time Runs Out, Obama Grants 111 New Clemency Petitions

Obama is still behind on his promise to grant nonviolent drug offenders clemency, but he's picking up the pace.

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's 2nd Anniversary

The cute couple celebrate their second wedding anniversary and still have that newlywed glow!

If A Planet Nine Exists It Could Be Very Bad News For Our Solar System

Ever since Pluto lost its status as our solar system’s 9th planet, scientists have been eager to find a replacement. According to new research, the existence of such a body isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Don Cheadle Blasts Donald Trump's Tweet About Dwyane Wade's Cousin

After Donald Trump's latest controversial tweets, Don Cheadle is joining the ranks of people calling him out. Produced by (@Patrick_E_Jones).

Taylor Swift Reported For Jury Duty And Took Some Selfies With Fans

The pictures might explain her absence from Sunday night's MTV Video Music Awards.

Report: Chris Bosh expects to be medically cleared to rejoin Heat

Chris Bosh is preparing for training camp and expects to be medically cleared to rejoin the Heat, reports ESPN’s Mike Wallace.

A Look Inside an Afghan Doctors Without Borders Hospital

Dutch photojournalist Kadir Van Lohuizen explores the Doctors Without Borders Boost Hospital in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. It is one of the biggest hospitals in the world that the organization runs, with 300 beds and 700 staff.

Could Donald Trump ride GOP senators' coattails?

The coattail effect usually means a popular presidential contender helps other down ballot candidates in their party, but the opposite could be happening in 2016. CNN's Dana Bash reports.

Family of Boy Found Dead in Closet Reported 6 Times for Abuse Prior to Killing

The Los Angeles Times reports the family of an 11-year-old boy found dead in a closet of his California home had been the subject of six prior reports to the Department of Children and Family Services.

7 Most Embellished True Story Movies

While there are plenty of movies based on true stories, some tend to eschew a bit from the actual events. While the main plot may be true there are usually a few creative liberties thrown in to help make the film more compelling or make the protagonist appear that more heroic and today we’re sharing a few of the more embellished of the bunch.

AutoComplete: GM teases its Army-spec Colorado fuel cell concept

Volkswagen owners take the money and run, and Mitsubishi once again admits to overstating fuel economy figures.

Trump, Harbaugh, Brees criticize Kaepernick's protest

Republican president nominee Donald Trump and others criticized 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick for not standing during the national anthem.

Inside the Real-Life Database of America’s Firearms

Step inside the National Tracing Center, where gun-related mysteries are solved with the help of a billion little slips of paper.

Warner Bros. Wants Daniel Radcliffe for Harry Potter Sequel

Warner Bros. is reportedly looking to bring the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage play to the big screen -- and wants Daniel Radcliffe to star.

Will Maine's Governor Resign? He's Sending Mixed Messages

Gov. Paul LePage is in the middle of another scandal after leaving a profanity-laced voicemail for a state representative.

Renee Zellweger's Advice for Women Jumping Into the Movie Biz

The "Bridget Jones's Baby" star shares words of wisdom for those who want to break into the industry. Watch!

Earthquakes In Iceland May Trigger Eruption Of Country’s Largest Volcano

On Monday, two earthquakes hit the Icelandic region that houses the nation’s largest volcano, Katla. Experts are now concerned an eruption is on the way.

Why Gene Wilder Didn't Make A Movie In His Last 25 Years

Gene Wilder largely avoided making movies later in his life, saying he wasn't a fan of the gratuitous violence and swearing in Hollywood.

Eagles’ Myke Tavarres changes mind about protesting national anthem

Eagles rookie linebacker Myke Tavarres said he planned to join Colin Kaepernick's protest during the national anthem but reversed his decision later in the day.

Barack Obama Commutes 111 Prisoners

With the shortening of 111 sentences Tuesday, President Obama has now commuted more prisoners than the past ten presidents combined with 673 total.

CNN projection: Rubio wins Florida primary

CNN Projects that Marco Rubio will win the Florida Republican Senate Primary, and that Patrick Murphy will win the Florida Democratic Senate Primary. CNN's Manu Raju reports.

Father Says 'Mystery Jogger' is Linked to Karina Vetrano's Murder

The father of Karina Vetrano says a mystery jogger who ran the same path as them is connected to his daughter's murder.

Porsche's new 911 Turbo tackles the racetrack

There's a new Turbo, and would you believe it's a demon on the track? Join us as we put it through it's paces.

Chargers sign Joey Bosa to four-year contract

The San Diego Chargers have signed defensive end Joey Bosa to a four-year deal, the team announced on Monday afternoon.

Watch Danny McBride and Walter Goggins Absolutely Ruin All-American Icons

The stars of HBO’s Vice Principles dressed as maniacal fast-food mascots.

The Incredibles 2 Is 'Going in a New Direction'

Production on The Incredibles 2 is "actively moving," according to director Brad Bird.

Don Jr. defends Trump's immigration policy

In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Donald Trump Jr. hit back against accusations that his father had flip-flopped on the hardline immigration policy he pushed during the primaries when he appeared to poll an audience during a town hall with Fox News' Sean Hannity.

Trump Campaign Manager: If Women Were Stronger, Rape Wouldn't Exist

In 2013, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway said that rape wouldn't exist if women were as physically strong as men.