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The New CNN.com
January 5th, 2015
11:10 AM ET

The New CNN.com

Editorial note: We have a new CNN.com for the New Year. CLICK HERE for our new home. 

(CNN) – Welcome to the new mobile and desktop sites for CNN.

CNN's independent, global journalism is expanding. We share the essential stories of the world we live in, from Ferguson to Syria to Nigeria, from mysteriesto marvels. We cover creative acts and intriguing people. We tell you what we know when we know it. We explain, we investigate, and we uncover big stories.

We are bringing those stories to more people around the world on more screens, feeds and devices than ever before.

More than 15 million people around the world experience CNN on their phones, laptops, tablets and desktops and in their social feeds every day.

This new design spans our domestic and international sites and reflects our expanding reach on the critical stories of our times. It's fitting that our internal code word for the launch of this new site was "expansion."

So what's new?

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Filed under: Tech
December 31st, 2014
08:32 PM ET

E-cigarette use on the rise among teens

Quitting smoking is a common New Year's resolution but it's easier said than done.

The American Lung Association says 6 out of 10 smokers require multiple attempts to stop smoking. Some of them are turning to battery powered cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, to kick the habit.

But there's an alarming trend: teen cigarette smoking is down, but a recent study indicates e-cigarette use among teens may be on the rise.

These battery powered cigarettes come in a variety of flavors like cherry crush, mango, and vanilla, but smokers are still inhaling nicotine. It's just in vapor form instead of smoke.

What's the appeal? And why are so many teens doing it?

Poppy Harlow is OutFront.


Filed under: Health • News
December 30th, 2014
10:47 PM ET

Families respond to recovery of Flight 8501 victims

The first remains from AirAsia Flight 8501 have been recovered. The world will never be the same for their families and loved ones.

Andrew Stevens reports that some of them only found out about the grim discovery from local media rather than from officials.


Filed under: Air Asia 8501
December 29th, 2014
11:12 PM ET

AirAsia flight disappearance raises questions about A320

The plane AirAsia used for Flight 8501 is an Airbus 320. The plane is so commonly used that Airbus claims one plane from the A320 family is either taking off or landing every 2.5 seconds.

Miguel Marquez takes a closer look at the A320.


Filed under: Air Asia 8501
December 29th, 2014
10:58 PM ET

Smoke spotted in AirAsia flight's search zone

There is no sign of AirAsia Flight 8501. Media in Indonesia report smoke was spotted on an island in the search zone.

Jim Sciutto breaks the news and discusses the location of the smoke sighting.


Filed under: Air Asia 8501
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