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Google blocks Huawei's Android use after Trump blacklist
Google is cutting back on its business with Huawei, following an order from the Trump administration barring American companies from selling to the Chinese tech firm without a US government license.
Blacklisting Huawei takes the US-China trade war to a dangerous new level
Resolving the trade war between the United States and China just got harder. Much harder.
Prince Charles agrees to meet Trump during controversial UK visit
Prince Charles has agreed to meet with US President Donald Trump during his controversial state visit to the UK next month, CNN has learned, in a move that sets up the prospect of a diplomatically awkward exchange over climate change.
You have to wait at least 4 years to apply for divorce here
In the last four and a half years, Michael Rossney has been to court 40 times and spent tens of thousands of euros on legal fees. Like some 118,000 people in Ireland, his marriage has broken down and he is separated from his partner.
People stuck on Eiffel Tower after man scales up the side
The Eiffel Tower in Paris is being evacuated after a man was seen climbing up the side of the structure on Monday afternoon, officials told CNN.
CNN exposes systematic abuse of aid in Yemen
Issham Beshir is two years old. She's twig-thin and so badly malnourished she's yet to take her first steps. The world is trying to help her and nearly 16 million more hungry people in Yemen by sending food.
'Game of Thrones' finale recap: Ashes to ashes
Republicans throw up impeachment shield around Trump
Republicans are moving fast to squelch Justin Amash's rebellion against Donald Trump before his conclusion that the President "engaged in impeachable conduct" -- the first by a GOP lawmaker -- can gather momentum.
Trump threatens 'the official end of Iran'
'We can live or we can die': Afghanistan's new 'rockstars'
He closes his eyes and the memories flood back. No clean water. No clothes. No shoes. With temperatures north of 45 degrees, his was a world about survival.
African samurai: The enduring legacy of a black warrior in feudal Japan
When feudal Japan's most powerful warlord Nobunaga Oda met Yasuke, a black slave-turned-retainer, in 1581, he believed the man was a god.
Pete Buttigieg slams Fox News while appearing on Fox News
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg used a Fox News town hall in New Hampshire on Sunday to slam two of the network's primetime opinion hosts, knocking both Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham by name on the network where they each host an hour.
Is a vegan diet healthy for kids? These doctors say no
Belgium's Royal Academy of Medicine recommended last week that children, teens, pregnant women and nursing mothers do not follow a vegan diet.
US has 'strong concerns' that Chinese-made drones are stealing data
Chinese-made drones may be sending sensitive flight data to their manufacturers in China, where it can be accessed by the government there, the US Department of Homeland Security warned in an alert issued Monday obtained by CNN.
22-year-old woman dies after collapsing during marathon
A woman has died after collapsing in the Cleveland Marathon on Sunday, officials said.
8 people dead after boat carrying soccer team capsizes
Eight bodies have been recovered and many passengers are missing after a boat carrying members of a local soccer club capsized on Lake Albert in Uganda, authorities said Monday.
Ford will cut 7,000 white-collar jobs
Ford is cutting 7,000 white-collar jobs, or about 10% of its salaried staff worldwide, as part of a cost-cutting effort it says will save the company about $600 million a year.
College grads shocked by billionaire's promise to pay off their loan debt
Morehouse College seniors got a surprise Sunday when billionaire investor Robert F. Smith announced during his commencement speech that he would pay off the student loan debt for the historically black college's graduating class.
Young sperm whale found dead with stomach full of plastic
Environmental campaigners are raising the alarm after a sperm whale was found dead on an Italian beach with plastic in its stomach.
UK's austerity policies leave thousands without enough food
The UK government is violating its obligations to ensure families have enough food to live on, according to a damning new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW).
Kylian Mbappe hints at PSG exit
As the football season begins to wind down, the cogs in the transfer rumor machine inevitably begin to turn ahead of a summer window in which the world's best players are predicted to move clubs.
A couple heard buzzing in their bedroom. It turned out to be 80,000 bees
Bee populations are under threat around the world, but one house in Spain apparently provided the perfect conditions for a huge hive.
What keeps Pluto's ocean from freezing?
When NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto in 2015, researchers hoped that its data would help them unravel some of the dwarf planet's mysteries. Instead, the discoveries made during the close-up look at Pluto and its moon Charon revealed more questions that needed answering.
Transgender woman who was attacked in April found dead on street
A transgender woman whose brutal assault in April was captured on video has been found dead on a Dallas street, police said.
Out with the old kilogram, in with the new
A kilo is a kilo is a kilo, right?
World's biggest cave is even bigger than we thought
Thanks to discoveries made during a recent expedition in Vietnam, it appears the world's largest cave, Son Doong, is even bigger than previously thought.
A secretly recorded video casts a harsh light on Europe's far right
Polling in India is over, but the country is more divided than ever
The wait has begun. Polling in India's marathon elections concluded at the weekend, with the results due on May 23. Private polling commissioned by Indian media outlets points to a second term for the incumbent, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), although, given the patchy record of these polls, which have been wrong in past elections, we won't know for sure until later this week.
Taiwan furious after China attempts to take credit for LGBT marriage win
Taiwan has lashed out at China's state media for attempting to take credit for the island's historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage.
Patriots owner warns social media is stoking anti-Semitism
Robert Kraft has warned that failure to tackle anti-Semitism will open the door for other forms of racism and discrimination to flourish with the help of social media.
The world's best superyacht revealed
What makes a superyacht the best of the best?
Is Koepka the heir to Tiger's throne?
PGA Championship winner Brooks Koepka has set his sights on a period of domination after securing his fourth major title at Bethpage Sunday.
The best celebrity red carpet fashion at Cannes
This month, Hollywood's brightest stars are descending upon the French Riviera for the annual Cannes Film Festival. Against the idyllic background of the sun-soaked Riviera, this is where some of the world's most high-profile directors premiere the films that they hope will excite critics and viewers alike -- and, if they're lucky, win awards.
'SNL' has Trump singing 'Don't Stop Me Now'
In the opening skit of "Saturday Night Live," President Trump and members of his inner circle covered Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
Why Facebook is teaching a bug-like robot to walk
In a rooftop garden at Facebook's Menlo Park headquarters, a six-legged robot named Daisy is making chittering noises as it staggers on the sandy ground.
Artisan makes warrior prints for modern Japan
A long white strip of fabric is stretched across a table at Yuichi Hirose's workshop in Tokyo, ready to absorb the paste he's specially mixed to create a classic style of Japanese print.
Here's why Sikhs were offended by this $790 Gucci turban
It's only been three months since Gucci had to apologize for its blackface sweater. But it seems the brand hasn't learned its lesson.
The North Korean restaurant accused by a think tank of using software sales to bypass sanctions
With its bold red paintwork, bright signage and blue Korean unification flag on prominent display, the Koryo restaurant in the northern Vietnamese city of Hanoi does little to hide its North Korean ties.
Virtual kidnappings now exist -- and are rattling families across the US
"I have your son and I'm going to f*ck him up," a voice on the other side of the phone said.
Shocking moment man dropkicks Arnold Schwarzenegger
Actor and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was kicked in the back while visiting South Africa for the annual Arnold Classic Africa.
Huawei: 'All options are on the table'
Huawei said Thursday it has not ruled out legal action to resolve a growing crisis with the Trump administration following the Commerce Department's decision Wednesday to place the Chinese tech giant on a trading blacklist.
Why the US is making an example out of China's Huawei
The US has filed charges against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou. Here's what the case could mean for the future of both the tech company and US-China relations.
Trump threatens 'the official end of Iran'
President Donald Trump on Sunday ratcheted up his rhetoric toward Iran, warning that a fight with the United States would "be the official end of Iran."
Deutsche Bank staff flagged suspicious activity from Trump and Kushner: NYT
Deutsche Bank's anti-money laundering specialists once recommended that transactions involving entities controlled by President Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a US agency that investigates financial crimes, according to a new report in the New York Times.
How rebels steal humanitarian aid in Yemen
• Food stolen from thousands of hungry Yemenis
'Game of Thrones' recap: Ashes to ashes
Some say the world will end in fire. / Some say in ice.
Maisie Williams will be a celebrity judge
Maisie Williams wasn't out of work for very long.
John Lee: Why China is not celebrating Australian election result
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his conservative Liberal National coalition party defied more than three years of losing national polls to pull off what he described as a "miracle" during his victory speech over the weekend.
Holly Thomas: Madonna's controversial Eurovision performance missed the mark
During her much-anticipated Eurovision set Saturday night, Madonna appeared to call for peace between Israel -- this year's hosts -- and Palestinians. Her set was undoubtedly the most controversial moment of the evening, but whether her statement sufficiently captured the nuance of the situation, or will be remotely useful in terms of de-escalating violence, is far less certain.
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