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World's first cyborg

Neil Harbisson is the world's first legally recognized cyborg. He has an antenna implanted into his skull that gives him access to something he was born without: the ability to see color.

Iraqi families storm parliament

The families of Iraqi military members attacked by ISIS in June stormed parliament in Baghdad, demanding more information about the fate of their loved ones, a parliamentary official tells CNN.

Amazing life of Althea Gibson

Over the course of her remarkable life, Althea Gibson was many things to many people -- an accomplished jazz singer, a saxophone player, an actress and the first black woman to play on the professional golf circuit. But it was tennis where she really left her mark.

Haunted life in the Ebola zone

At the gravesite in a northern Liberia village, there are no religious or traditional burial rites. No ceremony, no mourning, no family members, and no final goodbyes.

The world's next tallest building?

The man behind the tallest building in the world is planning another as Middle Eastern real estate markets rebound.

Human Ebola vaccine trial to begin

This week, an experimental vaccine will be given to three healthy people to check for side effects as health workers battle the rapidly spreading disease.

CNN mourns loss of photojournalist Sarmad Qaseera

CNN lost a much loved and respected colleague Monday with the sudden passing of photojournalist Sarmad Qaseera. A longtime member of CNN's Baghdad bureau, Sarmad had to flee his country in 2006 after death threats, eventually settling in the United States and continuing his work for CNN based out of Atlanta. He was 42.

Pakistan military denies reports of possible PM resignation

With protests raging in the streets of Islamabad, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif met with military leaders Monday to discuss the option of resigning for three months, a government official with direct knowledge told CNN.

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