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Philippines orders news outlet run by Nobel Peace Prize winner to shut down
The Philippine government has ordered the news outlet Rappler to shut down. Maria Ressa, a journalist and Nobel Peace Prize winner who runs Rappler, vowed to keep the organization running while she appeals the order.
Schwab top strategist: Consumers 'much better prepared' for downturn compared to Great Recession
Schwab Asset Management CEO Omar Aguilar explains why companies and consumers are better positioned financially today to deal with an economic downturn compared to the Great Recession.
A deadly desert at the border: CNN follows intense search for the missing
In 2019, CNN followed the "Aguilas Del Desierto" (Eagles of the Desert), a group of volunteers who search for missing border crossers in a remote patch of Arizona's Sonoran Desert
'We have been naïve in our relations with Russia,' says Spanish PM
Christiane Amanpour speaks to Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez as he hosts the NATO summit in Madrid.
Swedish PM: 'I'm definitely concerned about potential Ukraine fatigue'
Christiane Amanpour speaks with Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson on the deal that lifted Turkey's objections to Finland and Sweden joining NATO, and what the alliance needs to do now to end Russian aggression in Ukraine.
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FULL SHOW 06/29/2022: Recession fears are climbing. What's the Fed's next move?
Schwab's Omar Aguilar discusses where investors should be putting their money with a heightened recession risk. Plus, WAX & Tether's William Quigley on what's next for crypto after the recent collapse.
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Mark Cuban wants to lower the cost of drugs
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta interviews billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban about lowering drug prices. For more information about Life Itself, visit here.
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A discussion about children's mental health
Patrice Harris, the president of the American Medical Association, talks about helping children get better mental and physical health. Life Itself is a health and wellness conference presented in partnership with CNN.
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Video shows man attacked by bison at Yellowstone National Park
A Colorado man was taken to a medical center after a bull bison attacked him. Yellowstone National Park advises their visitors to give space to wildlife when they are near.
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Britney Spears' husband describes marriage to singer in 'GMA' interview
In an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," Britney's Spears' new husband Sam Asghari described his marriage to the pop star as a "fairytale," saying it was "way overdue."
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Training the next generation of African athletes
Former American football player, Osi Umenyiora, is providing African athletes with a pathway to join America's National Football League, the NFL. Former Cameroon tennis champion, Joseph Oyebog, returns to his home country to train underprivileged youth through his Oyebog Tennis Academy.
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Hollywood Minute: Ron Howard's cave rescue drama 'Thirteen Lives'
Your first look at Ron Howard's new thriller, and the Motion Picture Academy invites Billie Eilish, Ariana DeBose, and 395 others to join. David Daniel reports.
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The iPhone turns 15 today. See CNN's report on its debut in 2007
Apple released the first iPhone 15 years ago. In 2007, CNN's Jeanne Moos spoke to some of the people who had been waiting in line for days to buy one.
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For $10k, you can now stay in Dolly Parton's tour bus
Dolly Parton's "Gypsy Wagon," the tour bus in which she wrote the hit song "9 to 5," is now available to rent at the country singer's Dollywood amusement park. A two-night stay for two people will cost $10,000.
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Secret Service officials: Agents willing to dispute Trump SUV incident under oath
Officials from the US Secret Service have announced that Tony Ornato and Bobby Engel, the agents named in Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony, are willing to testify before the Jan. 6 committee and dispute Hutchinson's account of an alleged incident involving then-President Trump. CNN's Josh Campbell has more.
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Video shows lightning strike boat with 7 people aboard
The US Coast Guard rescued seven people after the boat they were in was struck by lightning 100 miles off the coast of Florida. None of the passengers were injured in the incident, which was caught on video.
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See Melania Trump text message that left former Trump press secretary 'sickened'
Former Trump White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham has revealed a text exchange between her and former first lady Melania Trump asking to release a statement condemning any violence on January 6. The former first lady replied "No." Grisham shares more on New Day about how she felt about the conversation.
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CNN report: Will Turkey's 'drone policy' work?
CNN's Nina dos Santos reports on the Bayraktar TB2, one of Turkey's most effective drones, and how its become one of President Erdogan's most assertive foreign policy tools.
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Young shoppers love buy now, pay later. Here's why that might be a problem
Buy now, pay later services allow shoppers to pay for a product over a series of installments rather than all at once. Some experts are concerned it could lead to a downward spiral of debt for some consumers.
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'Blessed are the cruel?' SE Cupp lays bare Republicans' hypocrisy
In this week's episode of "Unfiltered," SE Cupp argues that the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade has brought out the hypocrisy and cruelty of some right-wing political leaders.
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Did Putin accidentally revive NATO?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was initially founded to protect Western European countries from the threat posed by the Soviet Union. Over seven decades later, as Russia's war in Ukraine continues, NATO's role in the region has come back into focus.
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Europe now at 1938 moment says fmr. NATO deputy commander
Christiane Amanpour talks to former NATO deputy supreme allied commander Sir Richard Shirreff about the latest military movements in Russia's war with Ukraine.
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New video shows moment of attack on Ukrainian shopping mall
Video has emerged showing the moment of a missile strike on a busy shopping mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine. In his nightly address to the nation, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky described that attack as deliberate. CNN cannot independently verify the specific location within Kremenchuk of the strike shown in the video.
Heavy rain across parts of the South as Atlantic tropics intensify
Heavy rain hits parts of the South as we continue to monitor three separate disturbances in the Atlantic. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.
GOP senator avoids CNN questioning about January 6 developments
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) avoided CNN and other reporters in Milwaukee, refusing to answer questions about the dramatic developments in the January 6 hearings and his handling of the fake electors issue.
Testimony highlights Meadows role Jan6
Trump's chief of staff is portrayed as an enabler by a former top aide: pushing for Trump to go to the Capitol, reluctant to ask Trump to stop rioters.
Watch this electric boat 'fly' above the water
Swedish startup Candela is making waves in the boating industry -- by making almost no waves at all.
Game On: Video game music gets GRAMMY category
After decades of lobbying, composers of video game soundtracks have a dedicated GRAMMY category they can be nominated in. Rick Damigella reports
'His temper was swift': Grisham reacts to testimony that Trump reportedly threw plate at wall
Cassidy Hutchinson, an aide to former President Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadows, testified during a January 6 hearing that she was told Trump threw his lunch at a wall after learning that former Attorney General Bill Barr told the Department of Justice there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election. Former Trump White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham reacts.
Mistaken identity: Canadian woman accidentally grabs cat that looks like hers
Would you mistake someone else's cat for your own? The star of this viral video did. And then she catnapped the wrong cat in her car. You have to see this one to appreciate it. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a crime that was less than purrfect.