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K-Pop's culture of toxic masculinity exposed
South Korea's entertainment industry is a cultural juggernaut that has allowed the East Asian nation to punch well above its weight in terms of global soft power.
Pilots transitioned to 737 Max 8 with self-administered online course
Pilots transitioning to the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft from older 737 models were given a short, self-administered online course that made no mention of a new system now at the center of two crash investigations, pilots' unions spokesmen for two American carriers told CNN.
New US sanctions over North Korea
The Trump administration on Thursday issued its first set of sanctions aimed at North Korea since the failed summit last month between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump, going after two Chinese shipping companies that have helped Pyongyang evade restrictions imposed by the US and United Nations Security Council.
Young women trafficked to China and held until they give birth, report says
Seng Moon was an impoverished refugee in an internal displaced person (IDP) camp in northeastern Myanmar when her sister-in-law convinced her to cross the border into China to find a job.
Trump says US will recognize Israel's sovereignty over Golan Heights
President Donald Trump on Thursday overturned longstanding US policy regarding the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, announcing "it is time" for the US to "fully recognize Israel's sovereignty" over the region.
Why Golan Heights is so important
President Trump is backing Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights, a long-disputed piece of territory. CNN's Oren Liebermann explains why that's a major change in US foreign policy.
Dear Mr. President, stop railing against John McCain
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Dozens killed as explosion rips apart Chinese chemical plant
A powerful explosion ripped through a chemical plant in eastern China Thursday, killing at least 47 people and severely injuring 90 others.
New Zealand mourns mosque attack victims in national day of reflection
New Zealand came together in a national day of reflection Friday to mark a week since the mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques that killed 50 people.
Brexit delay agreed after tumultuous talks with Theresa May
Big banks are using AI to keep out of trouble
Doing business with the wrong kind of client can be extremely costly for banks.
Was Venezuela's rebel cop executed?
Decades after Atlanta Child Murders, families hope for breakthrough in new review
For decades, Catherine Leach has never accepted the official explanation about who was behind the series of killings in Atlanta that terrorized the city and left her teenage son dead.
Police shoot driver dead after car rams crowd in Chinese city, killing six
Six people were killed Friday after a car drove into a crowd in central China's Hubei province.
A police dog helped solve 12 murders. So China cloned it
One Chinese police force has a new asset this month: its first cloned police dog.
Suspect in Utrecht shooting had terrorist intent, prosecutors believe
Dutch prosecutors believe that the suspect in the Utrecht tram shooting that killed three people on Monday had a terrorist motive, but authorities are probing if this was combined with any "personal problems," according to a statement released on Thursday.
Cristiano Ronaldo fined by UEFA for 'cojones' celebration
Cristiano Ronaldo has been fined €20,000 by UEFA for his "cojones" celebration during Juventus' Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid.
Three Burundi schoolgirls face jail for doodling on President's photo
Three schoolgirls in Burundi spent the weekend in jail and are facing five years in prison for drawing on the President's face on their school books, Human Rights Watch told CNN.
More than 92 dead as ferry capsizes in Iraq river
At least 83 people have died, including 12 children, as an overcrowded ferry capsized in Iraq's Tigris river in Mosul.
Members of university football team abducted in Cameroon
Members of a university football team were abducted in Cameroon's Southwest region, university officials told CNN Thursday.
US Air Force deploys B-52 bombers in message to Russia
The US Air Force recently deployed six nuclear-capable B-52 bombers to Europe for "theater integration and flying training" exercises with regional allies and NATO partners -- a move viewed as sending a strong message to Russia, which is celebrating the five-year anniversary of its military annexation of Crimea.
59 grave sites were vandalized with anti-Semitic symbols and language at Jewish cemetery
Nearly five dozen gravesites at a Jewish cemetery in Massachusetts were vandalized with anti-Semitic phrases and images, police said.
Everything you thought about 'The Scream' is wrong
"The Scream" by Edvard Munch is one of the most famous images in the history of art, and even has its own emoji.
Facebook staff had access to hundreds of millions of people's passwords
Facebook revealed on Thursday it didn't properly mask the passwords of hundreds of millions of its users and stored them as plain text in an internal database that could be accessed by its staff.
At least 200 dead in wake of cyclone
Rescue workers at the Mozambican port city of Beira, where Tropical Cyclone Idai made landfall last week, have described scenes of devastation that will require a "significant emergency response... including medical services and water and sanitation support," according to aid agency Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).
Glacier melt on Everest exposes bodies of dead climbers
Mount Everest expedition operators are finding increasing numbers of climbers' dead bodies on the world's highest peak as high temperatures melt glaciers and snow.
Amy Schumer on why she revealed her husband's autism diagnosis
Amy Schumer is hopeful that at some point being diagnosed with autism will be no big deal.
Marvel at the beauty of California's wildflower super bloom as seen from space
This year's wildflower super bloom display in Southern California is so breathtaking that it's drawing too many visitors.
10 new watches that combine beauty and innovation
Despite Baselworld's sinking number of exhibitors -- three years ago it was 1,500, last year it was around 650, and now it is slightly more than 500 -- the Swiss fair remains the world's biggest physical showcase of new watches and one of the most important indicators of what's happening in the world of watchmaking.
How do you insure a driverless car?
Technology giants and automakers are investing billions of dollars to develop driverless cars that promise to make roads safer. But who will pay when a crash does happen?
High-tech crosswalks warn smartphone users of traffic
A city in South Korea has designed new technology that alerts distracted smartphone users they are approaching traffic. CNN's Michael Holmes has the details.
Unknown species found in newly discovered fossil site in China
A newly discovered fossil site in China that dates back 518 million years contains more than 50% previously unknown species, according to a new study. The well-preserved Qingjiang site is helping scientists to fill gaps in the fossil record and provide a clearer picture of some of the earliest animal ecosystems.
A380 'Flying turtle' ready for take off
The Airbus A380 might be on the out, but Japanese airline All Nippon Airways (ANA) has just taken delivery of the first of three snazzy new editions of the superjumbo aircraft.
She was dancing on the roof and talking gibberish. A special kind of ER helped her
For decades, hospitals have strained to accommodate patients in psychiatric crisis in emergency rooms.
Do you lose nutrients when juicing fruits and veggies? Yes, actually
Juice extracted from fruits and veggies will contain concentrated amounts of vitamins, minerals, and other plant nutrients. If you tend to avoid fresh, frozen or canned fruits and veggies, juicing can provide a convenient and refreshing way to get a healthy dose of nutrients that are easily absorbed.
Why do so many Egyptian statues have broken noses?
The most common question that curator Edward Bleiberg fields from visitors to the Brooklyn Museum's Egyptian art galleries is a straightforward but salient one: Why are the statues' noses broken?
Overlooked European city slated to be next top food destination
As one of the world's largest financial centers, mention of Zurich's food scene -- if it was mentioned at all -- commonly evoked images of dour bankers in business suits with a penchant for high-end, if conservative, cuisine.
Pakistan's Mughal treasure trove
The Pakistani city of Lahore is one of the Indian subcontinent's most brilliant gems, yet it remains relatively obscure outside the country -- an unexpected pleasure for travelers.
Are flying motorbikes the future for Dubai?
The flying motorbike is back in Dubai -- and you could see the police riding one in the not-too-distant future.
Meet 'Forky,' the newest toy in 'Toy Story 4'
Pixar Animation released the trailer for 'Toy Story 4' which is set to come out in June.
K-Pop star arrested in sex video scandal
K-pop star Jung Joon-young was arrested Thursday over allegations that he shared sexually explicit videos of women filmed without their knowledge or consent, South Korean police said.
K-Pop stars embroiled in controversies
K-pop star Jung Joon-young was arrested over allegations that he shared sexually explicit videos of women filmed without their knowledge or consent, South Korean police said. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
Spy cams found in South Korean motel rooms
About 1,600 people have been secretly filmed in motel rooms in South Korea, with the footage live-streamed online for paying customers to watch, police said.
Indonesia's Garuda is canceling its order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8 planes
Indonesian airline Garuda said Friday that it's canceling an order for 49 Boeing 737 Max 8 passenger jets after two of them crashed in less than five months.
EU agrees to Brexit delay
Talks to agree a delay to the tortuous Brexit process were in turmoil on Thursday, after EU leaders were apparently spooked by another lackluster performance by the British Prime Minister Theresa May.
US bomber caught on Russian camera
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford issued a warning about Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country's growing military threat.
Why ISIS is easier for big tech to fight than white supremacy
Social media networks are facing a reckoning for their role in spreading far-right terrorist propaganda, after a deadly attack on a New Zealand mosque was live-streamed on Facebook. 
Burnett: Here's a rare sighting of Mueller
CNN's Erin Burnett looks at the results from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation so far while the Trump White House braces for the release of Mueller's report.
Was Venezuela's rebel cop executed? Leaked photos raise questions
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