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Supreme Court blocks deposition of Wilbur Ross
CNN's John Avlon reality checks the Supreme Court's decision to block a deposition of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in a case challenging the decision to reinstate a citizenship question on the 2020 census. - RSS Channel
Starbucks opens its first US sign language store
How do you say "frappuccino" in American Sign Language?
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Who's at the Saudi conference and who's staying away
Saudi Arabia's investment conference, also known as "Davos in the desert," drew thousands of executives, investors and officials on Tuesday despite an exodus of the biggest names following the death of Jamal Khashoggi.
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Trump's midterm campaign of fear
Donald Trump is waging one of the most inflammatory closing arguments of any modern campaign, lacing his midterm rhetoric with easily disprovable claims that are building on the fact-challenged foundation of his presidency.
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In an address to parliament, Turkey's President rejected the Saudi claim that the journalist's death was accidental
Jamal Khashoggi's death was the result of a brutal premeditated murder, Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday in a highly anticipated speech, in which he flat-out denied Saudi Arabia's claim that the journalist's killing was accidental.
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Anderson Cooper: President Trump is trying to scare you
CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses President Donald Trump's comments about the migrants who are traveling thousands of miles toward the US-Mexico border.
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WWE star steps away from ring to fight leukemia
Professional wrestler Leati Joseph Anoaʻi, better known by his stage name Roman Reigns, has announced that he is stepping away from the ring due to an ongoing fight against leukemia.
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Saudi's investment conference begins under the shadow of Jamal Khashoggi's death
Saudi Arabia's big investment conference starts Tuesday
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Explosive device found near George Soros' home
A suspicious package targeting billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros was rendered safe in Bedford, New York, a law enforcement source tells CNN.
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This university may soon stand empty
Last month, the Central European University's revamped Budapest campus was named among four finalists in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) International Prize, an award honoring the world's best new buildings. - RSS Channel
World's longest sea-crossing bridge is open
Chinese President Xi Jinping officially opened the world's longest sea-crossing bridge Tuesday at a ceremony in the southern city of Zhuhai. - RSS Channel
Cuomo: Trump lies because it works
CNN's Chris Cuomo discusses the shift in President Trump and Senator Ted Cruz's relationship. - RSS Channel
NYT: Kelly, Lewandowski squared off in the WH
The New York Times is reporting on a February incident outside the Oval Office where Chief of Staff John Kelly reportedly grabbed former senior campaign official Corey Lewandowski by the collar, prompting the Secret Service to intervene. - RSS Channel
Trump Jr., girlfriend kiss and campaign
Donald Trump Jr. and his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle kiss and campaign and create their own nickname. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the Don and Kim show. - RSS Channel
Woman indicted in US meddling mocks charges
As President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton tells Russians their meddling had no impact on the election results, Elena Khusyaynova, the Russian woman indicted in the US for meddling, delivered a tongue-in-cheek statement on the federal criminal charge she faces and how her company's work has allegedly influenced American politics. - RSS Channel
Amy Schumer expecting her first child
While working to get out the vote, Amy Schumer revealed some exciting news on Monday. - RSS Channel
Opinion: Pray that you don't win the billion-dollar lottery
There's a line in the hit 1988 film "Heathers" -- now running as a musical in London's West End -- when the clique of popular girls takes an inane straw poll of their high school cafeteria. "You inherit $5 million the same day aliens land on the Earth and say they're going to blow it up in two days. What do you do?" The answers are as diffuse as they are wild: vows of selfless charity, fantasies of luring Madonna into prostitution, designs for suicide-bombing zoos "so you and the lion die like one." - RSS Channel
3M common procedures in England could become 'life threatening' without antibiotics
Over 3 million surgeries and cancer treatments could become deadly in England without working antibiotics, Public Health England said. - RSS Channel
The President's making the migrant caravan a political issue. Here are the facts.
President Donald Trump, in a series of tweets on Monday, claimed he would declare a "national emergency" over an issue that has frequently piqued his attention -- migrant caravans moving toward the United States through Central America and Mexico. - RSS Channel
Georgia Tech student sues Sen. David Perdue after cell phone flap
A Georgia Tech student filed a civil battery complaint against Georgia Republican Sen. David Perdue on Monday following an incident last week in which the senator was caught on video grabbing the student's phone. - RSS Channel
Lonely Planet's top 10 cities to visit in 2019
With its modern design, 15 Michelin-starred restaurants and extremely bike-friendly culture, it's no surprise that Denmark's capital has topped Lonely Planet's top 10 cities to visit in 2019 list. - RSS Channel
Ty Cobb: Mueller probe not a witch hunt
Former White House lawyer Ty Cobb talks to CNN's Gloria Borger about his time working in President Donald Trump's administration. - RSS Channel
Khashoggi's death has rekindled belief in the power of outrage
As we watched the death toll in the Syrian civil war climb into the hundreds of thousands, or when we learned that a mother and her little girl in pink shoes froze to death just as they were about to reach safety, or when we watched journalists blown up on live TV, or when we saw photos of a starving child, most of us remained unfazed. But the death of Jamal Khashoggi has reminded the world of the power of its outrage. - RSS Channel
Bernstein: Why Trump's lying is different
Carl Bernstein tells CNN's Jamie Gangel about why he thinks President Trump's penchant for telling falsehoods is different from lies told by past presidents. - RSS Channel
Plane lands in traffic on California highway
A 25-year-old flight instructor named Ryan Muno made an emergency landing on Interstate Highway 8 in San Diego. - RSS Channel
Cupp: Tweet is naked fear mongering
CNN's SE Cupp weighs in on President Trump's tweet claiming that "criminals and unknown Middle Easterners" are among the thousands of Central American migrants traveling in a caravan bound for the United States. - RSS Channel
Trump: Cruz is 'beautiful Ted' now
President Donald Trump spoke with reporters outside of the White House, saying Beto O'Rourke is "highly overrated" and that he has buried the hatchet with "beautiful Ted" Cruz, who he used to call "lyin' Ted." - RSS Channel
Could this be the next Banksy picture to be put through the shredder?
Artcurial will be the first auction house to sell Banksy's prints since the infamous Sotheby's auction in London when "Girl With Balloon" was reduced to shreds after it was sold for $1.4 million. - RSS Channel
Saudi Arabia is more lethal than any rogue killer
The enforced disappearance and killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, last seen entering the Saudi Arabia consulate in Turkey on October 2, shows just how brazen the Saudi authorities have become in crushing dissent. - RSS Channel
UN's global 'war on drugs' has been a failure, says report
The United Nations' drug strategy of the past 10 years has been a failure, according to a major report by the International Drug Policy Consortium (IDPC), which has called for a major rethinking of global policy on illegal narcotics. - RSS Channel
Jared Kushner's full interview with Van Jones
Jared Kushner, senior adviser to President Donald Trump, discusses US Mideast policy, prison reform, and what it's like working for President Donald Trump with CNN's Van Jones at the CITIZEN by CNN forum in New York. - RSS Channel
4 takeaways from CNN's CITIZEN conference
On Monday, CNN is hosting CITIZEN -- a politics and policy conference in New York City featuring a numbers of newsmakers, including White House adviser Jared Kushner, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel and retiring Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake. - RSS Channel
YouTube invests $20 million in how-to, educational video creators
YouTube is making an investment in educational videos on its platform. - RSS Channel
Khashoggi's murder shows the cynics have won
Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance puzzled and then horrified a world all too familiar with mindless brutality and the brazen impunity of governments. But ultimately it will probably make us more cynical than we already are about what drives international relations. - RSS Channel
Witness in case of nun's alleged rape dies
A witness in the trial of an Indian Catholic bishop accused of raping a nun has died, according to police, prompting a probe into his death. - RSS Channel
Suspect in death of Georgia officer is killed
Authorities on Monday shot and killed the suspected shooter in the weekend slaying of a Gwinnett County, Georgia, police officer, the department said in a tweet. - RSS Channel
155 cases of polio-like illness investigated
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday that there are 155 patients under investigation this year for acute flaccid myelitis, a condition that that can cause paralysis and mostly affects children. - RSS Channel
Category 5 hurricane nears Mexico's coast
Hurricane Willa is nearing the Pacific coast of Mexico as a potentially catastrophic Category 5 storm, after experiencing what the National Hurricane Center called "explosive" strengthening over the past 48 hours. - RSS Channel
Opinion: The secret to wooing Latino voters
"If Latinos don't vote, it is hard to feel sorry for the consequences affecting them. They should realize that and who their friends are. PLEASE EMPHASIZE TO THESE FOLKS THAT IF THEY DON'T VOTE THEY WILL BE FURTHER WORSE OFF. AND IF THEY DON'T VOTE; DON'T COMPLAIN." - RSS Channel
Kushner on White House: Calm under the waves
CNN's Van Jones interviews Jared Kushner, son-in-law and senior adviser to President Trump, at CITIZEN by CNN. - RSS Channel
Higher costs are killing these airlines
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Jared Kushner shares advice to Saudi crown prince
In an interview with CNN's Van Jones at CITIZEN by CNN, Jared Kushner says the White House is in a fact-finding phase when asked about Saudi Arabia's explanation for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death. - RSS Channel
World's most luxurious cruise
This hotel has only 19 rooms, but the sea view is guaranteed from all of them: Guntu is a luxury cruise ship sailing through the Seto Inland Sea in the Setouchi region of Japan, about 100 miles west of Osaka. - RSS Channel