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France will end its military presence in Niger by the end of 2023, Macron says
France will end its military presence in Niger by the end of 2023, French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday.
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Firefighter deaths from 9/11-related diseases now equal deaths from attacks
The number of first responders who have died from 9/11-related illnesses has reached 343, matching the number who lost their lives on the day of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
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Kerry Washington says her world was turned 'upside down' upon learning paternity revelation
Kerry Washington is sharing a piece of her family history.
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Powerball jackpot grows to $785 million, fourth-largest prize in history
Lottery players have another chance to win big on Monday after the Powerball jackpot grew to a record-breaking $785 million.
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Bipartisan House caucus leaders say 'all options are on the table' as shutdown looms
With government funding slated to run out September 30, the leaders of the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus told CNN on Sunday that "all options are on the table" to force a vote on their alternative stopgap plan to avert a shutdown.
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Once reputation is at risk, so is money. That's when companies turn to crisis PR
Innocent until proven guilty might hold up in the court of law, but the court of public opinion tends to play by hazier rules.
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Vanessa Bryant cheers on daughter Natalia during runway debut in Milan
Natalia Bryant made her modeling debut as she strutted down the catwalk during the Versace spring 2024 show at Milan Fashion Week on Friday, and her mom Vanessa Bryant was there to cheer her on.
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Cassidy Hutchinson defends herself in first post-testimony TV interview
Cassidy Hutchinson, the former Trump White House aide who delivered bombshell testimony to the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection, defended the anecdotes she recounted under oath in her first TV interview since her Capitol Hill testimony.
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Nic Kerdiles, former NHL player and Savannah Chrisley's ex-fiancee, dies in motorcycle crash
Nic Kerdiles, a former hockey player who was engaged to the reality TV star Savannah Chrisley, was killed in a motorcycle crash in Nashville early Saturday morning, police said.
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Shootout breaks out in Kosovo hours after death of police officer
A shootout between police and heavily armed persons in northern Kosovo was underway on Sunday, just hours after an ambush incident left one police officer dead and another injured.
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WGA strike: Deal could be reached as early as today between Hollywood studios and Writers Guild of America
After four days of marathon negotiations, the Writers Guild of America could reach a deal with major film and television studios as early as Sunday, sources told CNN.
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40,000 march in Spain against plans to grant amnesty to Catalan separatists
Tens of thousands of Spaniards protested in Madrid on Sunday against possible plans by acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to grant an amnesty to Catalan separatists to keep himself in office after an election he failed to win.
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Armenia PM takes swipe at Russia as first civilians leave breakaway Nagorno-Karabakh
Armenia's prime minister has called his country's security relationships "ineffective," in a swipe at Russia after Azerbaijan claimed the breakaway province of Nagorno-Karabakh following a swift military campaign.
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Washington National Cathedral reveals new racial justice stained glass windows to replace those that honored Confederate generals
Washington National Cathedral on Saturday revealed four new "racial-justice themed" stained-glass windows to replace others honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.
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Iran's president defends uranium enrichment after Europeans 'trampled on their commitments'
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has defended his country's enrichment of uranium to near weapons-grade levels, claiming it was a response to European states not living up to their end of the 2015 nuclear agreement.
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Usher will headline the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show
Grammy-winning artist Usher is saying "Yeah!" to headlining the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show.
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Wagner forces have not withdrawn from Africa in 'meaningful' numbers, defense official says
The US has not seen a withdrawal of Wagner forces from Africa "in any substantial or meaningful numbers," a senior US defense official said, as the Kremlin continues to weigh what to do with the Russian mercenary group following its leader's death last month.
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41-year-old woman found dead after Florida alligator is spotted with a body in its mouth
Florida authorities have identified the woman found dead after an alligator was seen with a body in its mouth.
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Toddler, two others killed in shooting at an apartment in Florida
A toddler was among three people killed Saturday night during a shooting at an apartment in Jacksonville, Florida, authorities said.
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Why New Hampshire is the most likely state where Trump could lose a primary
Former President Donald Trump is a heavy favorite to win the 2024 Republican nomination. He's getting over 60% in a number of national surveys of the GOP primary and holds the advantage in every early state that's been polled.
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Defeating inflation without higher unemployment is still unlikely
US inflation is now much slower than last summer's red-hot pace, but it's not guaranteed it will drift all the way down to the Federal Reserve's 2% target without a sharp rise in unemployment. That possibility remains unlikely.
What happens if you don't pay your student loans?
Student loan payments are due in October for the first time in three-plus years -- but for the next 12 months, borrowers will be able to skip payments without facing the harsh financial consequences of defaulting on their loans.
Two Palestinian men killed during Israeli incursion in camp near Tulkarem
Two Palestinian men were killed in the early hours of Sunday during an incursion by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the Nur Shams refugee camp near Tulkarem in the occupied West Bank, Palestinian officials said.
How a government shutdown could impact Americans
With the government on the brink of a shutdown later this week as Congress remains at an impasse on a funding deal, federal departments and agencies have formally begun the mandatory process of planning to bring nonessential functions to a halt.
California seals its reputation as a climate juggernaut with a wave of legislation and head-turning lawsuit
California Gov. Gavin Newsom drew loud cheers and applause on Wednesday when he spoke at the UN's Climate Ambition Summit in New York, after pointedly calling the climate crisis "a fossil fuel crisis."
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the year in Judaism. Here's what that means
Yom Kippur, or the Day of Atonement, is considered the holiest day of the year for people who practice Judaism.
The Fed has a perfect interest rate in mind. Here's what it is
There's a star the Federal Reserve is chasing.
The Philippines condemns China for installing floating barrier in disputed South China Sea
The Philippines on Sunday condemned the Chinese coast guard for installing what it called a "floating barrier" in a disputed area of the South China Sea, saying that it prevented Filipino boats from entering and fishing in the area.
Maui's 150-year-old banyan tree is growing leaves after being charred by the wildfires. It's just the beginning of a long recovery
A huge banyan tree charred by the wildfires in Maui is sprouting new green leaves, giving hope all was not completely lost in the flames.
Venezuela regains control of prison where inmates built swimming pool, restaurants
The Venezuelan government invited journalists to tour the Tocoron Penitentiary Center in Aragua state on Saturday -- days after security forces reclaimed control of a prison that has spent many years under the control of gangs.