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Kim slams 'deranged' Trump as N Korea threatens H-bomb launch
Why North Korean sanctions have failed
For years, sanctions imposed by the United States and the UN have failed to stop North Korea's rapidly expanding nuclear program. Why have sanctions on North Korea failed so spectacularly£ What sanctions could work£
Russia and China push back on a US-led world at UN
Russia and China challenged the United States' global leadership in United Nations speeches peppered with bare-knuckled criticism of the Trump administration's hostility toward Iran, its "military hysteria" over North Korea, and its approach to the rest of the world.
World's richest woman dies
Uber barred from London, ruled 'not fit and proper' to operate
Trump's approval rating rises after hurricane response
President Donald Trump's approval rating has once again reached 40%, while earning high marks for his handling of the government's response to recent hurricanes, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Iran unveils new long-range ballistic missile
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stepped up the pressure on the US Friday by defending the country's right to beef up its military defenses - and then Tehran unveiled a new ballistic missile.
The missing girl who wasn't
Rescuers in Mexico City continued to claw through an elementary school's debris Thursday morning in an urgent attempt to reach a 12-year-girl, two days after a powerful earthquake trapped her and killed at least 250 people across central Mexico.
Puerto Rico cleans up as more islands brace for storm
After devastating the US territory of Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria is tracking toward the Turks and Caicos Islands, and beyond that, the stretched out island chain of the Bahamas.
First look: Dominica knocked to its knees by Maria
CNN's Michael Holmes on the ground with a first look at the devastated island of Dominica.
Why Myanmar's military are really in charge
She's been the focus of the world's criticism, scrutiny and censure as hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims seek refuge in neighboring Bangladesh, escaping what the United Nations human rights chief has labeled a "textbook example of ethnic cleansing."
Bangladesh PM condemns Myanmar over Rohingya
The Bangladeshi Prime Minister has delivered a sharp judgment on neighboring Myanmar's treatment of Rohingya Muslims, hundreds of thousands of whom have fled across the border to Bangladesh in recent weeks to escape violence in Myanmar's Rakhine State.
London Underground train bomb 'packed with shrapnel'
A homemade bomb that partially exploded on a London Underground train last week was "packed with shrapnel" and could have wreaked devastation, London's police chief said Friday.
Why Munich's Muslims are praying in old pubs
Soon all of Hong Kong's dolphins will be dead
A near constant wind buffets the top deck of Boat 36826 as it patrols the seas north of Hong Kong's largest island, Lantau.
UK PM plans to break Brexit deadlock
British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to kick start the faltering Brexit negotiations on Friday with a proposal for a transitional deal that will cost the UK billions of euros.
Colbert calls out Trump: 'In your face'
On "The Late Show," Stephen Colbert said President Trump's tweet about the Emmy Awards was factually inaccurate.
South Korea's Moon to North: Abandon nuclear
South Korean President Moon Jae-in told the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday that his country did not want to see the "collapse" of North Korea and urged Pyongyang to abandon its nuclear program.
Attorney: Tests show NFL star had CTE
Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL star who took his life while serving a murder sentence in prison, had chronic traumatic encephalopathy -- commonly known as CTE -- attorney Jose Baez said Thursday.
Trump praises health care of nonexistent country
President Donald Trump lavished praise on the health care system of Nambia during a speech at the United Nations. But there's one little problem -- there's no such country.
Kimmel fires back on Republican health plans
Jimmy Kimmel was ready to go a second round in his fight with Sen. Bill Cassidy over the GOP's new health care legislation, firing back at the senator for saying Kimmel didn't understand the bill.
Duck de Chine: Beijing's best Peking duck£
When the gong sounds, almost every diner at Beijing restaurant Duck de Chine turns around.
Trudeau's rallies for climate fight
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered a rallying cry Thursday for the fight against climate change and an implicit rebuke to President Donald Trump, who has announced his intention to pull the US from the Paris agreement to slow global warming.
Trump slashes Obama's legacy but risks his own
Republicans for years failed to gut the legacy of their nemesis Barack Obama: Now they can do so within a matter of days.
Mueller seeks documents on Trump's firings
Special counsel Robert Mueller has requested documents and information covering a range of events from President Donald Trump's White House, including two firings and an Oval Office meeting, sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.
Spicer: A blanket apology is 'not happening'
Sean Spicer doesn't believe he ever lied to the American people during his time as White House press secretary, he told ABC's "Good Morning America" Thursday.
Ivanka Trump reveals struggle with depression
Ivanka Trump, daughter of and senior adviser to President Donald Trump, revealed that she had postpartum depression after the births of her children in an interview for "The Dr. Oz Show." The program, filmed Monday, will air Thursday.
'Forgotten' towns of America's Deep South
A rich blue sky looms over an abandoned gas station in Texas. A solitary figure walks behind the bright red facade of a Mississippi pawnshop. A pink dress shines out from a store window on a decrepit main street in Georgia.
Can graphic design save your life£
A cigarette oozing fat. The clinical white glow of a pillbox. The distant green of a pharmacy sign. We might overlook it, but graphic design plays a major part in our perceptions of health and medicine. Through imagery and information, designers can have a massive effect on public health, helping us to identify symptoms and break bad habits.
How European living came to Bangkok's heart
Wireless Road is one of the most desirable addresses in Bangkok.
The man saving Boko Haram orphans
He has helped to educate and feed hundreds of displaced Boko Haram orphans and his efforts have earned him the United Nations' highest honor.
Meet the man who sets the odds on Trump
Las Vegas performer defies gravity on one leg
Andrew Montgomery was a budding performer when he first saw the show "Le Rêve-The Dream" nine years ago in Las Vegas.
How Myanmar's Buddhists really feel about Rohingya
One public servant skipped work. A butcher shut up her store for the day. A noodle seller watched on his phone.
Germany's hidden hunger
Manafort offered to brief Russian billionaire on election -- report
President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort offered to brief a Russian billionaire on the election two weeks before Trump accepted the nomination, people familiar with the discussions told The Washington Post.
CEO has bonus cut for anti-gay tirade against Kathy Griffin
DNA study reveals new fertility clue
The DNA of human embryos has been altered and studied for the first time in the UK, offering new insight into the early stages of human development.
Sixth arrest in London Tube attack inquiry
British police have arrested a 17-year-old in connection with last week's attack on the London Underground at Parsons Green station, bringing the number held to six.
'Raging Bull' champ Jake LaMotta dies, 95
Jake LaMotta, the former middleweight champion of the world, has died. He was 95.
Rouhani slams 'rogue newcomer' Trump
Iran will not violate the international deal that lifted sanctions in exchange for curbs on Tehran's nuclear program, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Wednesday, adding that it would be a "great pity" if "rogue newcomers" destroyed the deal.
Obama criticizes Republican health plans
In a rare public appearance eight months after leaving office, former President Barack Obama took shots at his successor's plans on health care and foreign policy but didn't criticize him by name.
Apple Watch Series 3 is having issues
Trump: My friends go to Africa to get rich
President Donald Trump tells African leaders at a United Nations General Assembly luncheon that he has many friends going to the continent to get rich.
French chef asks Michelin to take away his 3 stars
For most chefs, the award of an illustrious Michelin star is a dream come true.
Europe's best, worst airports
It's the added extra flight comparison sites never warn you about: How long is the airport transfer and how much will it cost me£
Meet London's sensational 'drag clowns'
From their hair salon in south-east London, Tuttii Fruittii and Toni Tits are redefining what it is to be eccentric with their unique "drag clown" aesthetic. For them, it's increasingly important to have a sense of humor about how you present yourself -- even if your elderly family members may not understand it.
Trump hits back after Kim delivers rare statement calling US President 'mentally deranged'
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says President Donald Trump's remarks to the United Nations threatening the hermit country reflect "mentally deranged behavior," according to a statement released by North Korea's news agency, KCNA.
What happens if N Korea tests a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific£
North Korea just intimated that it may test a nuclear weapon somewhere above the Pacific Ocean.
What is a hydrogen bomb and how much damage can it do£
What is a hydrogen bomb and how much damage can it do£ CNN's Paula Hancocks explains.
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