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Look at me! 24 selfies of the week
The week in 37 photos
Are black cats really so bad?
From ancient superstitions to modern photography, black cats face their share of unique issues -- especially this time of year.
Death with dignity a "brave decision"
Dying with dignity is more than just for the person who is dying. It's for their loved ones.
Meet the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2014
They protect lions, teach music to injured soldiers and open new worlds to autistic youth.
CNN Heroes: Top 10 revealed
CNN's Anderson Cooper introduces the Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2014. Cast your vote for Hero of the Year at CNNHeroes.com
3, 2, 1 ... what happened?
Teams of investigators were out at daybreak Wednesday examining damage to NASA's Wallops Flight Facility after an unmanned rocket exploded shortly after launch on the Virginia coast, NASA spokeswoman Rachel Kraft told CNN via email. NASA is warning people in the area not to touch debris if they find any.
'Science is not a boy's game'
STEM experts share their ideas on how to get more girls into the industry.
Obese dummies prevent road deaths?
Car safety testing has come a long way since the days of dropping cadavers down unused elevator shafts in the 1930s.
Woman in catcall video: 'Not unique'
What started as an expose of the harassment women face in public has turned into online death and rape threats against the woman in the video.
Dad says sons called 'Ebola'
Fears over Ebola have made the jump from pundits to the playground.
School shooting victim forgives
That's how a 14-year-old high school student, lured to a lunch table, shot in the face and told he can never play football again, feels about his attacker.
'Pumpkinsteins:' They're alive!
There are heads growing on Tony Dighera's farm, and they're not made of lettuce.
Agents: The devil made him do it
Though he told authorities that the devil made him do it, Satanists disapproved, after a man allegedly shattered a stone copy of the Ten Commandments last week.
Famed explorer's notebook found
Explorer Robert Falcon Scott died in 1912 while crossing Antarctica, but his story lives on in artifacts that continue to be discovered on the frozen continent at the bottom of the world.
Cowboys still waiting for Romo test results
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo underwent tests Tuesday morning for a more complete look at the bruised back he suffered in the third quarter of Monday's 20-17 overtime loss to the Washington Redskins.
Source: Brandon resigning Michigan AD post
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon is resigning and will not return next school year, a source told ESPN's Brett McMurphy.
OKC's Westbrook suffers small fracture in hand
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook suffered a small fracture of the second metacarpal in his right hand Thursday night, coach Scott Brooks said.
Kentucky, Arizona 1-2 in AP preseason poll
The story seems to be the same every season at Kentucky: Lose star players to the NBA, replace them with another group of one-and-doners, compete for a national championship.
Garrett: Romo might be a game-time call
Tony Romo is missing his third straight day of practice with a back injury and will have to move around before Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals in order to be able to play.
Sources: Burks, Jazz agree to 4-year deal
The Utah Jazz have agreed to a contract extension with guard Alec Burks worth $42 million over four years, sources told ESPN.com.
Spartans QB Cook expects to return in '15
Michigan State Spartans quarterback Connor Cook is barely halfway through his junior season but expects to return in 2015 for his final year.
Report: Charges unlikely for 49ers' McDonald
The Santa Clara District Attorney's office likely will not charge San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald with domestic violence, according to a report.
Irving: Miscommunication with Blatt part of loss
LeBron James called some of his miscues "careless," shouldering his responsibility for Thursday's loss, but there were others in the Cavs' locker room who also spoke up about their part in the defeat.
Report: Marathon champ Jeptoo tests positive
The World Marathon Majors series says it has postponed Sunday's awards ceremony because of reports that Kenyan runner Rita Jeptoo has tested positive for doping.
Sources: Refs disciplined for improper access
Several college basketball referees, including one prominent Big Ten official, have been disciplined for accessing unauthorized information on a refereeing software web site, sources told ESPN.
Concussed Cards DB: Couldn't recall game
While driving after Sunday's game, Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson pulled over for about 30 minutes.
NCAA upholds Gurley's 4-game suspension
The NCAA announced Thursday night that its Division I Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee has upheld Georgia running back Todd Gurley's four-game suspension, meaning he'll miss the No. 11 Bulldogs' next two games after sitting out the previous two.
Sources: Redskins' Hall tears Achilles again
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who tore his Achilles tendon last month and underwent surgery to repair it, tore it again this week and will have to redo the surgery, according to sources.
No. 2 FSU rallies to avoid upset at Louisville
Jameis Winston threw three touchdowns to offset a three-interception start and Dalvin Cook had two long scoring runs to help second-ranked Florida State rally for a 42-31 victory over Louisville on Thursday night.