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National security adviser says S. Korean population being 'held hostage' by North

29.06.2017 - 04:51

Senior Catholic official charged with multiple sex offenses
Cardinal George Pell, the most senior member of the Catholic Church in Australia, has been charged with multiple historical sexual assault offenses, Victoria Deputy Police Commissioner Shane PattonĀ said Thursday.
29.06.2017 - 05:28

Trump-Obama relationship has reached historic low

29.06.2017 - 01:30


Poll: US image suffers under Trump
A new Pew Research poll shows international confidence in the US is waning under President Trump.
27.06.2017 - 12:58


Europol: There's no 'kill switch' for malware attack

28.06.2017 - 20:29

Spain: ISIS ring crushed on island
Spanish authorities have shut down a suspected ISIS terror cell on the Spanish resort island of Mallorca in a series of raids across Europe.
28.06.2017 - 14:23


N. Korea casts shadow as Trump meets Moon for first time
The leaders of the US and South Korea share a common goal: Get North Korea to abandon the nuclear and missile programs that have rapidly expanded under the country's supreme leader, Kim Jong Un.
29.06.2017 - 01:58


Friends again? China's premier to visit Singapore
Singapore says that Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has accepted an invitation to visit the city state, a sign that recent tensions between the two countries could be easing.
28.06.2017 - 11:28


Hong Kong activist arrested ahead of Xi's visit
Chinese President Xi Jinping will arrive in Hong Kong amid unprecedented security Thursday, his first official visit as leader, as the city marks 20 years of Chinese rule on Saturday.
29.06.2017 - 05:02

Copter used in Venezuela court attack found; pilot missing
A stolen police helicopter used during a daring attack on the Venezuelan Supreme Court was found Wednesday in a rural part of the country, but the man authorities say piloted the aircraft is on the run.
29.06.2017 - 04:37

China's newest destroyer seen as challenge to Asia rivals
China launched its newest warship on Wednesday, a large guided-missile destroyer touted as the latest in naval technology and seen as a challenge to naval rivals in Asia.
29.06.2017 - 01:09

As Iraqi troops near, ISIS leaves death and destruction in Mosul
What stands out most when you enter the Old City of Mosul is the smell.
29.06.2017 - 02:27


Man cracks ransomware code
A cyber security researcher found a "temporary vaccine" to ransomware after hearing about an attack in the news. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports
28.06.2017 - 23:13


China frees Ivanka Trump factory activists

29.06.2017 - 04:47


Trump to visit Paris for Bastille Day in July
US President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron to visit Paris on July 14, White House officials said Wednesday.
28.06.2017 - 18:54

Google: We can't live with it or without it
The Internet promised us a perfect market--that is, one where there are many buyers and sellers with full information who freely and effortlessly strike deals unfettered by rules and regulations. But did it also give us a perfect monopoly?
28.06.2017 - 22:34

Six face charges over 1989 football stadium disaster
Britain's Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed that it has charged six people with criminal offenses over the 1989 Hillsborough disaster in which 96 supporters of Liverpool football club lost their lives.
28.06.2017 - 16:00

120 towers have now failed safety tests
Exterior cladding on 120 high-rise buildings across 37 local authority areas in England has failed fire safety checks, Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Wednesday.
28.06.2017 - 17:48


NASA will try again to create colorful clouds in the night sky
NASA is hoping for some better weather as it attempts to launch a much-anticipated rocket Thursday morning after scrubbing the launch too many times to count.
29.06.2017 - 04:18

Boaty McBoatface returns from first voyage with 'unprecedented' data
We may not all live in a yellow submarine, but Boaty McBoatface -- the internet's favorite golden-hued robotic submersible -- returned home to the United Kingdom last week with "unprecedented data" about some of the coldest and deepest ocean waters on the planet that may help scientists better understand climate change, researchers said in a statement Wednesday.
29.06.2017 - 04:20


'Big Bang' star loses ranch in sprawling California fire
A large California fire that has been raging since Monday afternoon has claimed a ranch owned by "Big Bang Theory" actor Johnny Galecki, his representative told CNN.
28.06.2017 - 12:17

Faking a Time cover is the most Trump thing ever
There's a Time magazine cover photo featuring Donald Trump hanging in at least seven of his golf clubs. The only problem, according to the Washington Post's David Fahrenthold, is that no such cover exists. As in, Trump (or someone close to him) created the cover out of whole cloth.
28.06.2017 - 19:34

Trump on Irish reporter: 'She has a nice smile'
During a congratulatory call to the newly-elected PM of Ireland, US President Donald Trump spoke of a RTE reporter's "nice smile"
28.06.2017 - 18:17

'Dragon Tattoo' actor dies at 56
Swedish actor Michael Nyqvist, known for his roles in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" and "John Wick," has died after a yearlong battle with lung cancer, his representative said. He was 56.
28.06.2017 - 16:46

Michael Bond, Paddington Bear creator, dies at 91
Michael Bond, the British children's book author and creator of the Paddington Bear character, has died in London.
28.06.2017 - 21:58


Woman, 98, arrested at fossil fuel protest
A 98-year-old woman was arrested while protesting a natural gas pipeline expansion on Saturday.
29.06.2017 - 01:18

How the UK's tower block crisis has spread

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Raising grandchildren amid the heroin epidemic
Debbie rocks her grandson, gently cradling the newborn in the specialized neonatal unit at Cabell Huntington Hospital.
28.06.2017 - 10:15

Why ransomware attacks keep happening

28.06.2017 - 05:44

How Android beat the iPhone

28.06.2017 - 17:12


How the iPhone almost never happened

27.06.2017 - 23:19


Top jockey tests positive for banned drug
Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne has been stood down from racing after testing positive for a banned substance.
28.06.2017 - 12:31

Trump's son Eric opens new Turnberry golf course
While his father runs the US, Donald Trump's son Eric has been busy launching the new "King Robert the Bruce" golf course at the Trump Turnberry resort in Scotland.
28.06.2017 - 18:15


Los Angeles approves long-awaited George Lucas art museum
After three years of talks -- and proposals in three different cities -- "Star Wars" creator George Lucas has finally secured a green light for his art museum.
29.06.2017 - 03:34


The greatest show on Earth?
It's time to break in those cowboy boots: The Calgary Stampede is hurdling through Calgary, Canada, from July 7 to 16.
28.06.2017 - 18:48

Steph Curry to play pro-golf tournament
"I'm going to try and keep it in the fairway and play well."
28.06.2017 - 18:49


See in 360Ā°: Visit Tibetan Buddhism's holiest place

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Sarah Palin sues New York Times for defamation

28.06.2017 - 04:18

Miniature worlds that recreate the past
Tony Lai remembers visiting Hong Kong's Lamma Island as a child. Laundry hung from balconies, fishermen perched on the cliffside and dim lights illuminating rust-stained shacks.
28.06.2017 - 08:28

How exercise can improve your love life
You've likely heard that regular exercise can reduce the risk of chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes or osteoporosis.
28.06.2017 - 10:18

Pimp said: 'This is how prostitutes are made'
Elle Snow was forced into prostitution by a drug dealer. After escaping, she founded "Game Over" to protect other girls from the misery she went through.
28.06.2017 - 13:51

Woman delays flight with 'lucky' coin-throw into engine
Bad weather, crowded skies and military drills...and now add coin-tossing to the growing list of reasons for China's notorious flight delays.
28.06.2017 - 22:22

Philippines bill proposes jail time for unenthusiastic anthem singers
Philippines citizens may need to start exercising their vocal chords.
28.06.2017 - 10:27

Science backs up these pregnancy superstitions
Most of the folk wisdom that well-meaning older relatives offer up to expectant mothers can be easily ignored: Carrying the baby lower in the abdomen isn't a sign that it's a boy, or a girl, or anything other than an indication your abdominal muscles have loosened up a bit.
28.06.2017 - 10:29


New parrot species identified in Mexico, study says
Birds of a feather flock together, but it can be hard to tell them apart -- unless, of course, you're an expert ornithologist.
27.06.2017 - 20:45


Dubai's most extravagant hotels
In October 2016, Dubai reached another milestone, crossing 100,000 hotel rooms in the emirate. Not one to rest on its laurels, there are plans to construct another 30,000 by the end of 2018. If Dubai reaches that figure, it will be giving Las Vegas a run for its money.
23.06.2017 - 11:11


Prada is selling a paper clip for $185
With a spare $185 laying around and a serious lack of creativity, anyone can waltz into Office Depot and drop some cash on 13,300 paper clips.
28.06.2017 - 16:35


Bee, wasp venom shortage could be dangerous for those with allergies
As summer begins, signaling peak time for insect stings, allergists across the U.S. are warning of a shortage of a little-known but crucial product -- honeybee, hornet and wasp venom extracts used in shots that prevent life-threatening reactions.
27.06.2017 - 11:02


Europe's most jaw-dropping sleeper train
If there's one drawback to having an authentic 1920s train experience, it's the way Golden Age passengers bathe on their journeys.
28.06.2017 - 03:58

World's first all-porcelain courtyard revealed
One of the year's most anticipated architectural endeavors, the Exhibition Road Quarter designed by Amanda Levete and her practice, AL_A, opens today at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
28.06.2017 - 10:40