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Boehner leaves House speaker role, Clooneys get a new dog & more news to know

John Boehner gave a tearful goodbye speech Thursday as he bid adieu to his House speaker gig.

The RNC has bad blood with CNBC right now.

The Clooneys got a new dog.

And you maybe, probably have herpes.

It's clearly been a big day for news, so we made you a "cheat sheet" to fit it all into your day.

Here's the news you need to know Thursday.

Boehner's out, Ryan's in

Paul Ryan was elected speaker of the House
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Paul Ryan was elected speaker of the House Thursday.

John Boehner said he had no regrets as he stepped down as House speaker after nearly five years in the role.

"I leave with no regrets or burdens," he said in a tearful speech.

Plane catches fire on runway

Several people were injured when a plane's engine
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Several people were injured when a plane's engine caught fire on a Florida runway Thursday, officials said.

A Dynamic International Airways Boeing 767 was headed for Venezuela from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport when the fire started just before take-off at about 12:45 p.m.

The plane experienced a fuel leak, the FAA said.

The Clooneys have a pawfect new dog

George and Amal Clooney have a new four-legged
Photo Credit: San Gabriel Valley Humane Society

George and Amal Clooney have a new four-legged addition to their pawfect family.

The Clooneys, arguably the world's coolest couple, added a precious new basset hound named Millie to their family. The couple adopted Millie from the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society in California.

Millie even has a new brother named Louie, the Clooneys' other rescue dog.

Congrats to the cute family!

The RNC is totally mad at CNBC right now

The Republican National Committee is not pleased with
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The Republican National Committee is not pleased with CNBC following Wednesday night's GOP debate.

RNC chair Reince Priebus said the moderators were "extremely disappointing," and he slammed their "deeply unfortunate questioning."

"CNBC should be ashamed of how this debate was handled," he said.

CNBC had a straightforward response: "People who want to be president of the United States should be able to answer tough questions."

...& you probably have herpes, the WHO says

The World Health Organization says that about two-thirds
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The World Health Organization says that about two-thirds of people under 50 have herpes simplex virus type 1. HSV-1 causes cold sores around the mouth.

Another 417 million people aged 15-49 have HSV-2, which causes genital herpes.

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