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Missouri bill would void federal gun laws, OK machine guns for residents

KEARNEY, Missouri (CNN) -- The Missouri state legislature is trying to accomplish something that's never been done: pass a law that'll not only let residents own a machine gun, but also arrest federal agents if they try to take it away.

9/11 anniversary: 'Our hearts still ache,' Obama says

A bell tolled, ground zero fell silent.

9/11 observances: Moments of silence mark 12th anniversary of terror attacks

A bell tolled, ground zero fell silent.

Syria speech: What's next on Obama's to-do list

If you take the long view - and by "long view" we're talking 10 days -- there have been three distinct paths the U.S. could have taken on Syria.

Apple unveils two new iPhones - the 5S and 5C

For the first time ever, Apple unveiled two new iPhones on Tuesday, a traditional upgrade of its iPhone 5 as well as a simpler, cheaper version.

Detroit inmate who stabbed deputy, escaped in his uniform is captured

A Detroit man, who stabbed an officer outside a courtroom and escaped wearing the officer's uniform, has been captured, authorities said.

Newlywed wife accused of pushing husband off Montana cliff

A woman in Montana is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff after an argument. The pair had been married for just more than a week.

3-year-old dies from gunshot wound at Yellowstone

Rangers at Yellowstone National Park are investigating the shooting death of a 3-year-old girl at a campground inside the park.

Man pleads guilty to tricking pregnant girlfriend into taking abortion pill

When an elated Remee Lee told her boyfriend she was pregnant, his reaction wasn't what she was expecting. He wasn't happy, Lee says. In fact, he begged her to abort.

Study: Smaller testicles, more-involved dads?

Oh, boy. Here's a scientific study that might send a bout of collective laughter across humanity. Followed by some obscure measuring.