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    Last surviving crewmember of Enola Gay dies

    Nearly 69 years ago, Theodore "Dutch" Van Kirk navigated a U.S. B-29 Superfortress called the Enola Gay over Hiroshima, Japan, on a sunny August day. Once over its target, the Enola Gay unloaded the first atomic bomb dropped in war.

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Huge LA water main break

Huge water main break floods LA streets

A water main break causes streets to flood in Los Angeles.

Vets fight to get Iraqi translator to US

Vets fight to get Iraqi translator to US

A group of veterans in Kansas is trying to get one of their colleagues out of Iraq. The man nicknamed Andy Ahmed is an Iraqi citizen who volunteered to be a translator for American troops. He's now being watched by group known as the Islamic State.

Hopes for Gaza cease-fire dim

Hopes dim for Gaza cease-fire

As the violence goes on in Gaza, hopes for a cease-fire dim. Gaza's Al-Shifa Hospital was hit Monday, and the two sides are blaming each other for the strike.

Tornadoes in Denver

Tornadoes seen in 2 Colo. cities

Severe summer storms produced tornadoes in two parts of the Denver area. The storms didn't gain much strength, but cause some damage and worry.

Lumberjack experience camp

Get lumberjack experience at Canadian camp

If you've ever wanted to know what it would be like to saw logs and throw axes, there's now a camp where you can give it a try. A Nova Scotia lumberjack has opened a lumberjack experience camp.

Charles Mozdir

Suspected sex offender killed during arrest

Suspected sex offender Charles Mozdir was shot and killed during an attempted arrest shortly after being featured on CNN's "The Hunt."

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States with the worst roads

Everyone gripes about road conditions, but these states really do have the worst highways.

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Notable deaths of 2014

From legendary actors to fashion designers, take a look at the most notable deaths of 2014.

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What to know: Ebola

The deadliest Ebola outbreak in history is plaguing West Africa, where at least 660 people have died so far. Learn more about the deadly disease.

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