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  1. In pictures: The life of Larry King | Look back at his storied career
  2. Larry King built an iconic career interviewing celebrities and newsmakers and many of them paid tribute to the broadcasting legend following his death.
  3. Larry King, who died Saturday at the age of 87, "had a history-making career spanning radio and television," CNN president Jeff Zucker wrote in a tribute to the iconic broadcaster.
  4. Baseball legend Hank Aaron speaks with longtime CNN anchor Larry King during a 1991 interview on "Larry King Live."
  5. Larry King, the longtime CNN host who became an icon through his interviews with countless newsmakers and his sartorial sensibilities, has died. He was 87.
  6. From presidents to movie stars, Larry's interviewed them all. Watch some of the best interviews from the 25 years of CNN's "Larry King Live."
  7. This Wyoming coal town is a place of contradictions. At dawn, the land looks heavenly: Winds rattle the sagebrush; cotton-candy skies make a dusting of snow glow in pastel hues. Later in the afternoon, though, you look to the horizon and see the Earth hemorrhaging gray dust as trucks haul coal from pits the size of suburbs.
  8. House Democrats are working on drafting legislation proposed by President Joe Biden that would direct the IRS to send recurring monthly payments to American families to expand the child tax credit, a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CNN.
  9. Despite announcing a thorough intelligence review of Russian misconduct, President Joe Biden's administration faces mounting pressure to respond to one of the worst data breaches ever to hit the US government.
  10. • Analysis: Impeachment complicates Biden's efforts to unify • Impeachment trial date will give more time to confirm Biden Cabinet
  11. For as many foes as the superhero fends off, Batman has a formidable team of supporters starting with his sidekick Robin, Gotham City Commissioner James Gordon and his ever-loyal butler, Alfred Pennyworth.
  12. President Joe Biden said in his inaugural address that restoring the soul of America requires unity, but CNN's Michael Smerconish says that might have to wait while Washington grapples with an impeachment trial and Trump's allies face the residual issues surrounding the former President.
  13. The Justice Department revealed new charges against a Texas man who allegedly participated in the Capitol attack and posted online death threats against Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a US Capitol Police officer.
  14. Police are investigating vandalism and an explosion at a church in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County on Saturday.
  15. • FDA gives approval for syringes to extract an extra dose from vials of the Covid-19 vaccine
  16. Harvard Medical School's Dr. Abraar Karan says the US can end the Covid-19 pandemic in four weeks if everyone wears N95 masks.
  17. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he supports his Republican colleague Rep. Liz Cheney following her vote to impeach former President Donald Trump in the House, but added he has "concerns" and didn't know her thoughts ahead of her announcement on impeachment.
  18. Protest rallies in support of detained Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny were taking place across Russia on Saturday, in defiance of the authorities and, in some cases, extremely low temperatures.
  19. A Pennsylvania middle-school social studies teacher suspended for attending the electoral college protest says
  20. The enterprise of creating a more perfect union still "stands before us," to use Amanda Gorman's words, from confronting persistent racial inequalities to banishing the reanimated forces of White supremacy that threatened the US Capitol on January 6.
  21. CNN's Chris Cuomo talks to 18-year-old Jackson Reffitt about Jackson's father participating in the Capitol riot.
  22. Don't forget to check your Mega Millions lottery ticket, especially if you bought it in the state of Michigan.
  23. Most people who buy things online just have to worry about their deliveries being delayed or never arriving. But some people are dealing with a different problem altogether: getting weird stuff like hair clippers, face creams and sunglasses they never even ordered at all.
  24. The pandemic has been devastating for most small business owners. But for some, it also has brought out the compassion and generosity of their local communities and customers.
  25. Actor Gregory Sierra, best known for his roles in "Sanford and Son" and "Barney Miller," died on January 4 from cancer, his widow Helene Tabor confirmed to CNN Friday. He was 83.
  26. CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks with Jitarth Jadeja, who followed QAnon for two years, about how it appeals to its members and what happens now that "The Storm" never came.
  27. Every education expert knew that when the pandemic shuttered school buildings last March, America's persistent digital divide would be a huge problem. A 2017 US Senate report found 12 million children didn't have access to broadband internet at home. And administrators across the country warned that even students who had access may not have enough devices or a reliable enough connection to go to school online.
  28. NBC Sports Network is shutting down at the end of this year, the company said on Friday.
  29. CNN's Sara Sidner reports on three Americans faced with some of the most severe charges in the attack on the Capitol who are part of the violent extremist Oath Keepers group that planned and coordinated the riot.
  30. Each morning for the past four years, I have arisen from a tormented slumber like this:
  31. CNN's Erin Burnett reports on Sen. Josh Hawley's (R-MO) role in the insurrection at the Capitol after he said he still doesn't have any regrets over his actions.
  32. The words "vaccine passport" have a reassuring ring to them, perhaps conjuring up the image of a sleek, embossed document with watermarked pages and official stamps of approval. Flourished at border controls, it would open travel doors that, for so many of us, have been closed by Covid-19.
  33. There's hope: Summer vacations abroad may happen in a big way this year.
  34. Vaccines to protect against the coronavirus are finally here. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen breaks down health officials' guidance on the factors that help determine who should get one, and who shouldn't.
  35. As the US set a new daily record for Covid-19 inoculations and states clamored for more vaccine supplies, Pfizer and the FDA said pharmacists and health practitioners can in some cases extract an additional dose from each vial.
  36. With cases of Covid-19 rapidly escalating in the United States, some states are having to update their rules and regulations in the new year.
  37. CNN's Brianna Keilar looks at how the decor President Biden chose for the Oval Office differs from Trump's.
  38. It had once been a transatlantic art scandal -- or at least various actors of questionable intent would have you believe it was.

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