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'Monster' Manitoba tornado leaves storm chaser on 'adrenalin kick'

Professional storm chaser Greg Johnson calls Monday night's tornado in Manitoba a "monster" and among the top four that he's ever seen.<p>The …

Why is Russia sending bombers close to U.S. airspace?

<b>(CNN) —</b> Two Russian bombers intercepted by U.S. fighter jets off the California coast on July Fourth could be seen as having raised a metaphorical middle finger to the United States.<p>"Good morning, American pilots. We are here to greet you on your Fourth of July Independence Day," they said, …

Report: New York prison escapee spent months carving, finding his way out

<b>(CNN) —</b> Convicted killer David Sweat escaped from his prison cell not once, not twice, but almost every night for several months, a source briefed on the investigation told CNN.<p>And during those nightly jaunts, Sweat learned his way through the maze of tunnels and pipes in the bowels of the Clinton …

Emma Stone Says Her “Eyes Have Been Opened” by Aloha Controversy

“I’ve become the butt of many jokes,” the actress said.<p>When <i>Aloha</i> opened to much criticism last month, director <b>Cameron Crowe</b> addressed the controversy surrounding his decision to cast <b>Emma Stone</b> as the partially Chinese character Allison Ng. But Stone herself remained mum on the subject. Now, with a …

Who Owns Your Steps?

Millions of people are logging fitness workouts with wearables. Now a growing number of them are trying to free their data from their devices.<p>Kendra Albert has painstakingly logged a few million steps on wearable fitness trackers over the last four years. But the only proof of her hard-won progress …

Documenting Relief Efforts in Nepal on Flipboard

Six weeks ago, Alyse Speyer went to Nepal, looking for a relaxing vacation hiking and exploring the jungle and countryside. Instead, she was plunged into a catastrophe—and found a situation that’s changed her life.<p>Four days after she arrived, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake pummeled Nepal, effectively …