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Kushner's White House connection still used to lure Chinese investors
Jared Kushner's status as a top aide to President Donald Trump was used to lure Chinese investors to his family's New Jersey development, even after his family's company apologized for mentioning his name during a sales pitch in May, CNN has found.
US President Trump has second thoughts on Jeff Sessions
During Trump's 'Made in America' week, Mar-a-Lago Club seeks more foreign workers
Though the White House launched its "Made in America" initiative earlier this week to promote American jobs and products, President Donald Trump's businesses have again taken steps to hire foreign workers.
O.J. Simpson granted parole: 'I've done my time'
Mayor: Two killed on Greek island during earthquake
At least two people were killed early Friday when the Greek island of Kos was shaken by a magnitude 6.7 earthquake, Mayor George Kyritsis told CNN Greece.
China expands reach: Ships in Baltic for drills with Russia
One of China's most-advanced warships is leading a small flotilla to the Baltic Sea, where it will engage in exercises with the Russian Navy.
Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington dead at 41
Chester Bennington, the lead singer of the rock band Linkin Park, was found dead Thursday according to a spokesman for the LA County Coroner.
Death comes on his good friend Chris Cornell's birthday
After his friend Chris Cornell died two months ago, Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington wrote a letter thanking him for inspiring him and hoping he would find peace in "the next life."
CIA chief signals desire for regime change in North Korea
CIA Director Mike Pompeo on Thursday evening offered some of the most aggressive comments yet from the Trump administration with regard to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un.
High-flying Thai monk accused of child abuse extradited
A flamboyant Thai monk who is accused of multiple charges of child abuse as well as ignoring his monastic vows has returned home after being extradited from the US.
Malaysia bans 'unsuitable' hit song 'Despacito'
Police nab gang accused of multiple kidnaps at casinos
Police in the Philippines have arrested dozens of suspects in a major crackdown on kidnapping gangs targeting rich foreigners in Manila.
Minneapolis police: Fatal shooting 'should not have happened'
An Australian woman killed by Minneapolis police last weekend "didn't have to die," the city's police chief said Thursday.
What is a solar eclipse£
CNN's Erin McLaughlin looks at the science behind a solar eclipse, one of the galaxy's most spectacular displays.
India's new president is lowest caste member
A relatively unknown political operator and member of India's lowest Dalit caste has been elected as the country's 14th president.
Tennessee inmates trade reduced jail time for birth control procedures
Yes, you read that right. Inmates in White County, Tennessee, can shave 30 days off their jail sentence if they undergo an elective birth control procedure.
'Free court' protests spread across Poland, EU threatens sanctions
Marching by candlelight, Poles are pouring into streets across Poland, protesting what some lament as the impending death of democracy in the country.
Former Credit Suisse banker pleads guilty to helping Americans avoid taxes
EU to Britain: Please get your act together
Body of Salvador Dali exhumed for paternity test
The body of Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali was exhumed Thursday, following a Madrid court ruling in favor of a woman who claims to be his daughter.
Canadian official touched the Queen! Blames carpet...
Canada's Governor General helped Britain's Queen Elizabeth down some stairs and ended up raising eyebrows, after touching the monarch's elbow, in defiance of royal protocol.
Why the end of a CIA program is a win for Russia
Video shows cop plant drug evidence, public defender says
Released by the Office of the Public Defender, the video purports to show a Baltimore police officer planting evidence at the scene of a drug arrest. The Baltimore Police Department has now launched an investigation.
Is President Trump having any fun£
After six months in office, our 45th President seems to be a most unhappy warrior. Yes, Donald Trump's face lights up when they bring big trucks to the White House, and he gets to sit behind the wheel. But for the most part he offers no more than a thumbs up or a few hand claps to indicate enthusiasm, and his eyes reflect the look of a man who would rather be anywhere else but Washington.
The torture survivors suing the Syrian regime
McCain faces greatest battle in brain cancer
John McCain has always lived for the fight. Now he's facing his toughest battle.
Prince William beats wife in boat race
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's sporting rivalries have surfaced again, with the royal couple facing off against each other in a boat race in Heidelberg, Germany.
How much sleep is enough£
How US gun culture compares with the world
Russia probes fidget spinners 'zombifying' youth
Russia's consumer watchdog has launched an investigation into fidget spinners amid claims that Russian opposition groups are using the children's toy to "zombify" youth.
Qatari envoy: We can live under Arab embargo 'forever'
Qatar's ambassador to the United States has called for an end to the ongoing "blockade" of his country by a coalition of Arab states, while defiantly stating they could live under the embargo indefinitely.
That buzz around the VP's residence£ Bees
Soon after Karen Pence arrived her new home in Washington, she made an addition of a new colony of bees.
WhatsApp is being targeted by China's censors, experts say
The $1.5 million flying car
Slovakian company AeroMobil has been developing a car capable of transforming into a plane in just three minutes. They plan on delivering the first models in 2020, if it can overcome regulatory scrutiny.
A Chicago club crawl with a bus-driving bluesman
Toronzo Cannon has more energy before 5 a.m. than some people can muster all day.
New app helps Saudi women claim their rights
2018 Pirelli calendar features all-black cast
For over half a century the Pirelli calendar has given us dozens of memorable images, from Norman Parkinson's photograph of a young Iman for the 1985 cover and Herb Ritts' beachside nudes of Helena Christensen and Kate Moss to Peter Lindbergh's monochrome portraits of Lea Seydoux and Jessica Chastain last year.
Boy with cancer granted 'blow stuff up' wish
12-year-old Declan started his recovery from leukemia with a bang, joining the Australian Federal Police for some explosive exercises.
This is what pro cycling does to your legs
If you were in any doubt as to just how grueling the Tour de France really is, then look no further than Paweł Poljański's legs.
The 'other' breast cancer genes
When Samantha Golkin-Nigliazzo was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 30, she wasn't surprised. Instead, it was the results of her subsequent genetic tests that left her in shock.
Take a hot air balloon ride in 360°
Exclusive first look at TED Global 2017 speakers
Instant vacation: The world's best travel photos
If inspiration is the first step in travel, the journey starts with these photos.
Latest F1 innovation is 'plain ugly'
News that Formula One cars will sport a new "Halo" cockpit protection system starting from next season has been met by a mixed response from motorsport fans.
China leads best interior design shortlist
The World Interior of the Year shortlist has been announced, bringing together 2017's best designed hotels, restaurants, offices and retail spaces.
Kushner family business revises pitch to China
In our Conflict of Interest Watch, CNN's Cristina Alesci explains how the Kushner family changed their marketing pitch to Chinese investors.
Trump's blast of Sessions has a 'chilling' effect in the West Wing
For President Donald Trump, loyalty in Washington is a one-way street.
Trump Jr., Manafort scheduled to testify July 26
Donald Trump Jr. and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort have been scheduled to testify before the Senate judiciary committee on July 26, the panel announced Wednesday.
Pelosi demands Kushner's clearance be revoked
Prominent Democrats are continuing their calls for White House senior adviser Jared Kushner's security clearance to be revoked. CNN's Sara Murray has the latest.
World history according to Trump
The President would like to provide some context.
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