URGENT - Israeli spy Pollard granted parole

(CNN) -- Convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard has been granted parole and will be released on Nov. 21, his lawyer announced Tuesday.

Top Trump aide apologizes for 'rape' comment

Donald Trump in Iowa July 18, 2015

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A top adviser to Donald Trump apologized Tuesday for comments he made in an explosive interview while defending the Republican presidential candidate from a…

Clinton won't answer Keystone pipeline question

Hillary Clinton on Tuesday declined to say whether she supported the Keystone XL pipeline expansion, telling a New Hampshire voter that if the matter is still…

Third Planned Parenthood video released

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The anti-abortion group targeting Planned Parenthood released another video Tuesday, this one featuring an interview with a woman who says she worked in a…

Senior Jewish congressman backs nuclear deal

The longest-serving Jewish member currently in Congress announced Tuesday that he'll back the Iran nuclear deal, saying it is the best way to protect Israel.

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How stoned are you? This app has the answer

You smoked and you're stoned.

But how high are you? Now there's an app for that.

It's called Canary and the $4.99 app launched last week on Apple's App store.

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OSCE monitor injured in Ukraine

They are meant to be monitoring a ceasefire but are increasingly caught between the shots themselves.

Observers from the Organization for Security and…

Cardinals break NFL coaching glass ceiling

Jen Welter

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Another barrier has been broken in the NFL -- and for women in sports.

Mitchell pleads guilty to helping inmates escape

Joyce Mitchell

With a barely audible whisper of "guilty," the prison tailor charged with helping two murderers stage a dramatic escape from an upstate New York prison last…

'Titanic' leaving Netflix, but Winslet will go on

We know that your heart will go on and on. At least until this weekend.

Although "Titanic" makes its exit from Netflix on Saturday, the star of the film doesn't…

George Washington University is ditching SATs

Bombed the SAT? It doesn't matter, if you're applying to George Washington University.

The college just became one of the largest and most prestigious to make…

Oil prices have plunged nearly 20% this month

The world still has too much oil.

China's crashing stock market and the meltdown in the metals market may be getting all the attention lately, but crude oil is…

Size of 'I Am Cait' audience keeps up with the Kardashians

Caitlyn Jenner's new E! reality show "I Am Cait" opened to healthy viewership numbers on Sunday with an average of 2.7 million overall viewers, according to…

CEO shares $27 million with staff after selling his firm

This is what profit sharing should look like.

The CEO and co-founder of a Turkish food delivery company has paid out $27 million to 114 employees after…

FDA bans some cilantro from Mexico

Cilantro, generic

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The Food and Drug Administration has issued a ban on some cilantro imported from Mexico after an investigation to determine the cause of hundreds of reported…

Newspaper newsrooms suffer biggest cuts since 2007-2008

A report released Tuesday brought more grim news for the already beleaguered newspaper business.

The annual census from the American Society of News Editors…

Oldest panda sets Guinness Word Record

Jia Jia panda birthday cake

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The panda Jia Jia, a popular resident at Hong Kong's Ocean Park, turned 37 years old on Tuesday, setting two Guinness World Records in the process.

"I thought life would be better after the recession. Not worse."

--John Smith, unemployed construction worker

"These amendments may very likely duck the House's specific definition of what constitutes an earmark, but that doesn't mean it's not pork.

--Leslie Paige of Citizens Against Government Waste

"Folks are beyond homeless here. Their homes don't exist ... the power and destruction here was unimaginable."

--Missouri Gov. Jay Dixon following a devastating tornado that killed more than 150 people.

""There's a lot of things happening that can change the dynamic of this race from the past. So it will certainly be interesting to see."

--former Indianapolis 500 winner Helio Castroneve on the Indy 500.

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