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Thailand reports surge of cases with outbreak from prison clusters
How service dogs safeguard, deepen relationships and save us from ourselves
Leadership coach John Bates was speaking at a TED conference in front of a huge audience when his dog Flash walked across the stage, sniffed him, and repeatedly started poking him with his nose.
What we can learn from the most memorable commencement speeches of all time
The annual blitz of commencement speeches is upon us. Steel yourself for pithy aphorisms, sage advice, and a dose of imposter syndrome from some of the greatest (or most famous) minds available to the US college system.
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People are panic buying homes as prices skyrocket around the world
It wasn't long ago that real estate experts were bracing for the worst.
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Shortages force Indian states to suspend vaccinations for 18 to 44 age group
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Taiwanese rush for vaccines as island experiences peak daily cases
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Maldives temporarily suspends tourists from South Asian countries
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Cheney's Mission Impossible to save the GOP from itself
• The vote to oust Cheney took only 16 minutes. Here's what happened • Analysis: This one line from Cheney's speech will haunt the GOP
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Cooper exposes the Republican Party with side-by-side video
CNN's Anderson Cooper reveals what's happening within the Republican Party, starting with the vote to remove Rep. Liz Cheney from House GOP leadership.
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Newly obtained bodycam footage shows moment DC police officer attacked by pro-Trump rioters
Newly obtained body camera footage shows the moment DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone was brutally assaulted while defending the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection.
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Nepal tries to form a new government as its Covid-19 crisis deepens
Nepal has been thrown into political turmoil after the country's Prime Minister was forced to step down following public anger over his response to a deadly second wave of Covid-19.
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Communal violence erupts in Israeli cities following days of air strikes and rocket attacks
As the Israeli military and Palestinian militants in Gaza exchange deadly airstrikes and rocket bombardments, rioting and violent clashes have also swept through several Israeli cities between Arab and Jewish citizens.
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Governor offers lottery, scholarships for vaccinated residents
During a press conference, Gov. Mike DeWine (R-OH) announced statewide drawings to give $1 million to vaccinated adults and full scholarships to vaccinated individuals aged 17 and younger.
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'If you don't behave, I'm going to talk to your daddy': Inhofe tells EPA nominee
Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe told Environmental Protection Agency nominee Radhika Fox that if she did not "behave," then "I'm going to talk to your daddy."
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The Japanese city that's rooting for South Sudan at the Olympics
The first time Abraham Majok Matet Guem competed in a track race, he ran in his black school shoes.
'Something's not right': See tense confrontation between CNN crew and soldiers
Eritrean troops are operating with total impunity in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region, killing, raping and blocking humanitarian aid to starving populations more than a month after the country's Nobel Peace Prize winning leader pledged to the international community that they would leave. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.
Carole Baskin weighs in on tiger missing in Texas
Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue, discusses the tiger that is missing in Houston, Texas.
Analysis: Hell has been unleashed in Gaza
Yet again, hell has been unleashed in the Gaza Strip, a small, crowded piece of land on the Mediterranean.
Video shows tower collapse after Israeli airstrike
An Israeli airstrike destroyed Al-Shorouk Tower in Gaza, according to CNN photojournalist Ibrahim Dahman who witnessed the event. This is the third high-rise building to be destroyed by the IDF since the escalation of violence began on May 10, 2021. It was not immediately clear if there were any casualties. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
GOP senator tells EPA nominee: 'if you don't behave, I'm going to talk to your daddy'
Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe told a female Environmental Protection Agency nominee on Wednesday that if she did not "behave," then "I'm going to talk to your daddy."
Joan Rivers' luxurious (and haunted?) penthouse lists for $38M
Look inside the late Joan Rivers' luxe New York City apartment, which she said she shared with a ghost named Mrs. Spencer.
Israeli ambassador to UK: 'Our policy is to deescalate'
Tzipi Hotovely, Israel's ambassador to the UK, says the solution to the current conflict is simple: 'when Hamas will stop firing, Israel will stop firing.'
Opinion: Battle between Israel and Hamas is an unwelcome surprise for Biden
Famously well-endowed giant etched on a hillside isn't as old as we thought
A huge chalk figure cut into the side of a hill in southern England is younger than previously thought.
UK agrees to transfer of 'Butcher of Bosnia' for remainder of genocide sentence
Britain has agreed to a prisoner transfer of ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić, convicted of the Srebrenica genocide, to a UK prison to serve the rest of his sentence, a statement from the British Foreign Office said on Wednesday.
'Lost' microbes found in ancient poop could relieve chronic illness
Scientists working with samples of ancient feces have found previously unknown microbes that could help in the fight against chronic illnesses such as diabetes.
Judge's ruling allows for longer sentence for Derek Chauvin in murder of George Floyd
The judge who oversaw Derek Chauvin's murder trial ruled Wednesday that there were four aggravating factors in the killing of George Floyd, a ruling that allows the judge to give Chauvin a lengthier prison sentence.
Secret Service recovers $2 billion in fraudulently obtained Covid-19 relief funds
Federal officials from the US Secret Service have helped recover around $2 billion in fraudulently obtained Covid-19 relief funds and seized more than $640 million from accused fraudsters, the agency said Wednesday.
Transgender woman sues District of Columbia after Department of Corrections houses her in a men's unit
A transgender woman is suing the District of Columbia after its Department of Corrections placed her in a men's jail unit despite her telling officials she identifies as a woman, according to a class-action lawsuit filed Tuesday.
The conflict has escalated rapidly into one of the worst rounds of violence in years
Conflict between Israelis and Palestinians boiled over this week, escalating rapidly into one of the worst rounds of violence between the two sides in the last several years.