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China will do 'whatever it takes' to defend Taiwan
UK Parliament deals May's Brexit deal a historic 230-vote defeat
At least 11 dead in attack at Nairobi hotel complex
An evacuation of a hotel complex in the Kenyan capital Nairobi is still ongoing, hours after suspected Islamist extremists launched an attack that is thought to have killed at least 11 people, including a US citizen.
Canadian's death sentence will backfire on Beijing
It took this separated family 246 days to reunite
The 12-year-old wore a pink Disney princess backpack that said, "We Can Do ANYTHING," as she hugged her mom for the first time in eight months.
'Sex coach' who offered to trade info on US election unexpectedly pleads guilty
The prostitution trial of a self-styled sex coach who claims to have insider knowledge of Moscow's attempts to meddle in the US elections got underway Tuesday in Thailand.
Police sped past just one car on their way to Jayme Closs's home. She was in the trunk.
There were screams in the background of the 911 call, so three deputies with the Barron County Sheriff's Department rushed to the Closs family home just after midnight on October 15.
China might just have grown the first plant ever on the moon
Cotton seeds carried to the moon by a Chinese probe have sprouted, marking what could be the first plant to ever grow there, according to Chinese government images.
NYT: Trump raised leaving NATO repeatedly in 2018
In 2018, President Donald Trump privately raised the threat multiple times of withdrawing the United States from NATO, The New York Times reported.
Fine dust and toxic smog are suffocating these Asian countries
Parts of Asia are chocking under a thick layer of smog, leading at least one country to experiment in extreme forms of weather modification in an attempt to clear the toxic brown skies.
The simple -- but really difficult -- solution to stop climate change
There may actually be a way to keep the worst of climate change at bay, but it's going to take a herculean effort, according to a new study published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications.
Trump's joke about Melania called 'sexist'
During the Clemson Tigers' visit to the White House after their College Football National Championship win, President Donald Trump joked about personally buying hamburgers for the players instead of having his wife, Melania Trump, make them salads.
Congressman says racist comment was misinterpreted
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) spoke on the House floor in response to a resolution disapproving of his comments in a recent interview that appeared to lament that the term "white supremacist" is considered offensive.
'El Chapo' Guzman associate claims kingpin paid $100M bribe to former Mexican President
A former close personal aide to Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman testified Tuesday that the drug kingpin once paid a $100 million bribe to former Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
Snap exodus continues: CFO out after less than a year
Snap is losing another high-profile executive. Chief Financial Officer Tim Stone told Snap on Tuesday that he was leaving the company, just eight months after moving to Snap from Amazon.
Michelle Obama's 'Becoming' has the longest run atop Amazon since 'Fifty Shades'
"Becoming" by Michelle Obama is not just one of the best-selling books of the past year — it is one of the hottest titles of the decade.
Saudi teen granted asylum in Canada: I'm one of the lucky women
The Saudi teenager who fled her family and was granted asylum in Canada said Tuesday that she was fortunate to have escaped.
Russia scoffs at Trump-Putin 'conspiracy' speculation
Former Ivory Coast president acquitted of crimes against humanity
The former President of Cote d'Ivoire Laurent Gbagbo has been acquitted of all charges of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court in The Hague, an ICC press officer tells CNN.
Donald Trump's epic fast food picture is perfectly Trumpian
On Monday night, President Donald Trump hosted the Clemson University football team at the White House to celebrate the team's victory in the national college playoffs. Because of the government shutdown, Trump decided to pay, out of pocket, for a boatload worth of fast food to feed the players. And just before the team arrived, this photo was taken.
Indian soldiers being 'honey trapped' by fake social media accounts from Pakistan
An Indian soldier "honey trapped" into giving sensitive information to a fake Pakistani Facebook account is part of a widespread "catfishing" problem facing India's military, an army chief has revealed.
Trump mulls recognizing Venezuelan opposition leader as President
President Donald Trump is considering recognizing Venezuela's opposition leader as the legitimate president of the country, three sources familiar with the matter told CNN, a significant move that would increase pressure on Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro.
Despite US warning, Iran launches satellite and fails
Iran launched a satellite on Tuesday that failed to reach orbit, after the US warned against the launch earlier this month.
Trump deletes tweet after geography gaffe
President Trump removed a tweet where he confused a speaking engagement in Louisiana with one in Tennessee, but he is not the first high-profile person to get their geography mixed up. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Meghan Markle gives surprise hint about baby
During a visit to the town of Birkenhead, England, the Duchess of Sussex told the crowd when she's due to give birth to her first child.
Luxembourg makes all public transport free
With a population of 602,000, Luxembourg is one of Europe's smallest countries -- yet it suffers from major traffic jams.
Chelsea faces disciplinary proceedings following racist chants in Europa League
Chelsea will face disciplinary proceedings following an investigation into racist chanting during a Europa League game, UEFA announced Tuesday.
7 key takeaways from Trump's attorney general confirmation hearing
Former Attorney General William Barr took questions from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee for hours Tuesday as he sought to win confirmation to his old job amid President Donald Trump's ongoing onslaught against the Justice Department and the special counsel investigation being led by Robert Mueller.
Netflix is raising its subscription prices
Netflix is raising prices in the United States as the streaming service invests heavily in new programs.
Mikaela Shiffrin wins again to continue march towards history
Her domination has forced the wider sporting world to take notice, and now Mikaela Shiffrin has done it again.
What is behind the insane popularity of 'Baby Shark'?
When humans of the far future study the culture of their ancient ancestors from the year 2019, it's going to be pretty hard to avoid the topic of "Baby Shark."
Gillette's new ad isn't about shaving. It's about men in the age of #metoo
Gillette's newest advertisement isn't about shaving, or beards or personal hygiene.
Serena not feeling the pressure as she sails through Australian Open first round
During Serena Williams' first-round, straight-sets win over Germany's Tatjana Maria at the Australian Open, one question kept surfacing: How would you describe her green, one-piece Nike outfit?
Alibaba's 'City Brain' is slashing congestion in its hometown
Traffic used to be a frequent headache for residents in Hangzhou, the eastern Chinese city that's home to Alibaba.
F1 ace observes stewards in 'public service' duty
Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen has spent time away from his day job with a trip to watch the Marrakesh E-Prix as part of his enforced two-day "public service" duties.
Australia wants you to stop taking wombat selfies
Australia is home to some of the world's creepiest creatures (drop bears, anyone?), but it's also home to some of the cutest.
Spain's most pivotal 'Game of Thrones' filming locations
The striking scenery of HBO's "Game of Thrones" has inspired scores of travelers to retrace their favorite characters' journeys across The Seven Kingdoms.
The health dangers of linking fair skin with beauty and success
Several African countries, including as Rwanda and Ghana, recently banned the use of skin bleaching products because they are dangerous.
Toto's 'Africa' to play 'for eternity' in Namibia desert
Toto's "Africa" has come home, so to speak, thanks to an installation by an artist who plans to play the song on loop in a Namibian desert -- for eternity.
The world's largest pilgrimage kicks off
Considered the world's largest gathering of humanity, the Kumbh Mela is a two-month-long mass Hindu pilgrimage during which up to 120 million attendees are expected to join.
The best wellness retreats for 2019
Once, a simple hangover breakfast might have sufficed for a reset on January 1, but not today: The world is moving lightning fast and keeping up doesn't generally include taking a moment to breathe.
Toyota brings back the Supra
Toyota is seeking to once again make a name for itself among drivers looking for more than just a safe and dependable way to get to work. Hearkening back to the days when its cars were also known for performance and excitement, the auto maker announced the return of its two-seat sports car, the Toyota Supra, at the Detroit Auto Show Monday.
Alleged victim to R. Kelly: I am much wiser, much stronger
Faith Rogers, an alleged victim of R. Kelly, told reporters that she wants to speak her truth about her experiences with the singer.
The best luxury watches of 2019
With only 35 exhibitors, Geneva's Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie (SIHH) is one of the smaller watch fairs. But what it lacks in size, it more than makes up for in prestige. Its ultra-luxurious exhibitors, including Cartier, Vacheron Constantin and Hermès, offer some of the most technically advanced -- and expensive -- timepieces in the world. So, is it any wonder that 20,000 by-invitation-only visitors flock to attend each year?
Why thousands of jellyfish are returning here
Strict time limit placed on Machu Picchu visitors
It's the spectacular Incan citadel in the Andes Mountain range that's on everyone's bucket list -- but access to Machu Picchu is becoming more strictly regulated.
Brexit deal crushed in historic defeat
Theresa May's Brexit deal has been crushed by a record margin as British lawmakers rejected it by 432 votes to 202.
Huawei's founder praises Trump and denies claims his company spies for China
The reclusive founder of Huawei has denied allegations that his telecoms company spies for the Chinese government.
Hero pilot surprises passengers he saved
Ten years after US Airways Flight 1549 was forced to make an emergency landing in the Hudson River, passengers on board the flight reunited to celebrate the past decade of life.
Canadian's death sentence will backfire on Beijing
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