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California's deadliest fire: 13 more victims' remains found

13.11.2018 - 05:14


Meteorologist debunks Trump's tweet on wildfires
CNN meteorologist Tom Sater pushes back on President Trump's tweet alleging "poor forest management" is to blame for the California wildfires.
12.11.2018 - 04:46


Superhero visionary Stan Lee dies at 95
Stan Lee, the colorful Marvel Comics patriarch who helped usher in a new era of superhero storytelling -- and saw his creations become a giant influence in the movie business -- has died.
13.11.2018 - 03:15

Images reveal hidden North Korean missile bases
New commercial satellite images released Monday have identified more than a dozen undeclared North Korean missile operating bases, another sign that Pyongyang is continuing to move forward with its ballistic missile program amid indications that talks with the US have stalled in recent months.
13.11.2018 - 03:29

Brexit negotiations 'in the endgame,' says UK Prime Minister Theresa May
UK Prime Minister Theresa May declared Brexit negotiations were "in the endgame" Monday night, but warned that clinching a deal was "immensely difficult."
13.11.2018 - 04:44

US and China reportedly resume trade talks ahead of Trump and Xi meeting
The United States and China have restarted talks on trade ahead of a meeting between their two leaders later this month, according to The Wall Street Journal.
13.11.2018 - 03:50

Amazon reportedly picks New York and Northern Virginia for its second headquarters
After running a year-long competition that drew interest from hundreds of cities and states, Amazon has reportedly chosen New York City and Northern Virginia to split duty as its second headquarters.
13.11.2018 - 04:29


Barrage of rockets launched at Israel following botched Gaza operation
A barrage of more than 300 rockets was launched from Gaza toward Israel on Monday, the Israeli army said, hours after a botched Israeli operation in Gaza left a Hamas commander and an Israeli soldier dead.
12.11.2018 - 23:12


Democrats flip Arizona US Senate seat
Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema will win Arizona's US Senate race, defeating Republican Rep. Martha McSally and flipping a seat that had been in GOP hands for 24 years.
13.11.2018 - 04:19

Michelle Obama explains this look on her face at Trump's inauguration
Former first lady Michelle Obama wrote that she was unable to put on a happy face and smile during President Donald Trump's inauguration in her new book, according to ABC News.
13.11.2018 - 03:24


Police investigate high school boys for apparent Nazi salute
A photo showing a group of male, mostly white Wisconsin high school students with their arms raised in what appear to be Nazi salutes has sparked a district investigation and criticism from a Holocaust memorial group.
12.11.2018 - 23:29

Suu Kyi stripped of Amnesty's highest honor
Aung San Suu Kyi has been stripped of Amnesty International's highest honor in light of her "shameful betrayal of the values she once stood for," the UK-based rights group announced Tuesday.
12.11.2018 - 18:31


Trudeau says Canada has heard Khashoggi recordings
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said that agents in his country have listened to audio recordings related to Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who was killed at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last month.
13.11.2018 - 05:04

Why do fashion's #MeToo moments keep getting swept under the rug?
In October, US news site Vox attempted to collate the name of every influential person accused publicly of sexual misconduct over the last 18 months. The shockingly extensive list (which currently contains more than 250 names) includes everyone from business and media moguls, to academics, actors, and politicians -- highlighting not only the extent of the problem, but also how power, wealth and influence is often weaponized to keep alleged victims silent.
13.11.2018 - 02:37


Rappler chief says tax evasion charges won't silence news site's journalists
Maria Ressa, the CEO of the Philippine news website Rappler, said Monday that her reporters would not be silenced in the face of tax evasion charges, telling CNN that "journalists are more important today than ever."
12.11.2018 - 18:50

US markets are dropping again. Here's why
Why are stocks falling again? President Donald Trump says it's because Democrats are gearing up to use their impending control of the House of Representatives to investigate him. As always, when it comes to the markets, the real answer is complicated.
12.11.2018 - 19:19

Midterm fury fuels Trump's assault on constitutional norms
President Donald Trump is intensifying his challenge to constitutional constraints and governing norms that are already facing their gravest test since Watergate in the 1970s.
12.11.2018 - 22:55

Couple who named baby after Hitler found guilty of being neo-Nazis
A neo-Nazi couple who named their child after Adolf Hitler have been found guilty Monday of being part of a banned right-wing group in England.
12.11.2018 - 16:35

Rape victim accused of attempting to murder baby could face 20 years in prison
A young woman who became pregnant after being raped by her stepfather is to go on trial in El Salvador accused of attempting to murder her baby, under the country's strict abortion laws.
12.11.2018 - 17:52


What Trump's fact-free claims about midterms recounts tell us about 2020
President Donald Trump spent the weekend in Paris, but his Twitter feed is evidence that he kept a close eye on events stateside -- most notably the ongoing recounts in Florida and the still-uncalled Senate race in Arizona.
13.11.2018 - 03:03

Welcome to Sapporo, crab capital of Japan (and maybe even the world)
Japan is renowned for taking the quality and freshness of seafood to a whole new level.
13.11.2018 - 03:16


This painting is poised to smash auction records
On Thursday, a well-known painting by British artist David Hockney is poised to smash the record for a work by a living artist sold at auction.
12.11.2018 - 15:47


Deadliest country in world for selfies warns people as new bridge opens
Snapping a selfie might seem like a harmless bit of fun, but some people will take extreme risks to get a unique shot.
13.11.2018 - 01:43

A 5-minute neck scan can help spot dementia 10 years earlier
A five-minute neck scan could predict a person's risk of developing dementia a full decade before symptoms emerge, researchers have said.
13.11.2018 - 03:21


Brexit is an impossible mess verging on a constitutional crisis
The debate over Brexit among UK politicians has become so toxic that the Prime Minister and leader of the opposition have more in common with each other than they have with their own parties.
12.11.2018 - 14:53

52 dead as three car bombs explode by hotel
The death toll from three car bombs detonated near a hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia has risen to 52 people, hospital officials told CNN Monday.
12.11.2018 - 15:24

Oil hit with longest losing streak on record
Not even Saudi Arabia could prevent crude oil from suffering the longest losing streak on record.
12.11.2018 - 22:34


Hillary Clinton 4.0 is a terrible idea
On Sunday, two former advisers to Hillary Clinton made a bold claim in a Wall Street Journal op-ed. Here it is:
13.11.2018 - 03:33


China's stealth fighters show off missile payload
The Chinese air force saved the big guns for last at its biennial Zhuhai air show, flying its new stealth fighters with full missile loads Sunday for the first time in a public display.
12.11.2018 - 12:40

Australia's strawberry needle scare was allegedly a revenge act
A 50-year-old woman sabotaged Australian supermarket strawberries with sewing needles in an alleged act of workplace revenge, prosecutors told a Brisbane court Monday.
12.11.2018 - 07:19


Bangkok's Centennial Park fights flooding in a sinking city
When Thai architect Kotchakorn Voraakhom was a little girl she used to play in the flood waters of Bangkok. Now, she's helping to reduce flooding in the city with her innovative urban design.
13.11.2018 - 04:39

Zip through Hanoi's Old Quarter on a vintage motorbike
With its pastel-hued shop houses, labyrinthine lanes and impenetrable swarms of motorbikes, the Old Quarter is among the most-visited areas of Hanoi, Vietnam.
13.11.2018 - 02:26


China flip-flops on rhino, tiger products ban after uproar
China has flip-flopped on a controversial move to legalize the use of endangered tiger and rhino products for "medical" purposes, a move wildlife activists said would be a setback to efforts to protect the increasingly endangered animals.
12.11.2018 - 12:06

Rare personal objects show Frank Sinatra in a new light
Frank Sinatra may be best remembered for his velvety voice, booze-fueled partying and associations with some of the most beautiful women in Hollywood. But he was also a romantic husband to Barbara, his wife of 22 years, an engaged citizen who befriended several US presidents, and a painter who embraced abstraction.
12.11.2018 - 15:17

Briton dies of rabies after getting bitten by a cat
A British resident has died of rabies after getting bitten by a cat in Morocco, public health officials said on Monday.
12.11.2018 - 16:35


The Japanese path to live longer and happier
What if you could live longer just by doing more of what you love to do most?
13.11.2018 - 03:33


Verstappen punished after nearly coming to blows with fellow F1 driver
Following his furious physical altercation with Esteban Ocon in the aftermath of Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen has been ordered to complete two days of "public service."
12.11.2018 - 13:05

It's been 10 years since Tiger's last major. A good friend says it won't be his last
Tiger Woods may have to battle a bit harder for his next major victory but a 15th title is "not out of the realms of possibility," according to one of his best friends Notah Begay.
12.11.2018 - 10:55

Louvre spin-off rakes in a million visitors in its first year
The Louvre Abu Dhabi museum has celebrated its first year of activity, during which it has attracted 1 million visitors. The museum opened on Nov. 11, 2017 as the result of a 30-year agreement between France and the United Arab Emirates, in a deal worth over of $1 billion.
12.11.2018 - 13:24


These robots fly and swim just like animals
German company Festo hopes to learn from the natural world to improve the future of automated machines.
08.11.2018 - 20:44


With 13 more fatalities reported, a N California fire sets a grim record; in the south, near-hurricane force winds may bring more destruction
An additional 13 sets of human remains were discovered Monday in Northern California, bringing the death toll from the Camp Fire to 42, making it the deadliest wildfire in the state's history, the sheriff of Butte County said.
13.11.2018 - 05:10

Astonishing numbers behind the California wildfires
As if the gut-wrenching images weren't powerful enough, the staggering numbers behind the California wildfires show this recent rash of infernos is unlike any other:
13.11.2018 - 03:48

They lost everything in the fires
California residents describe how their homes and communities have been devastated by the wildfires.
13.11.2018 - 00:38


Nurse in fire told husband she was going to die
Nichole Jolly, a nurse at a hospital in Paradise, California, tells CNN's Brooke Baldwin about her harrowing escape from a deadly wildfire.
12.11.2018 - 22:44


US detains record number of immigrants
Immigration authorities have detained a record number of undocumented immigrants this past year, according to data obtained from Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
13.11.2018 - 04:02

Blood pressure drug recall expands again
The US Food and Drug Administration says another heart medicine is being voluntarily recalled after tests showed that it was tainted with a potential cancer-causing chemical.
13.11.2018 - 04:39


Toyota launches Australian rally team

12.11.2018 - 16:24


Kate Maltby: What Trump's 'sulk' told America's friends
Rain kept the President from an Armistice Day ceremony that other world leaders attended. The message to the nations have that served with American troops, often under US command: US Presidents, it seems, are happy to send European troops into the face of battle in Iraq and Afghanistan, but not to travel 50 miles to mourn our shared war dead, writes Kate Maltby.
13.11.2018 - 04:58


Darren Byler: Why China's civil servants are occupying Xinjiang homes
Over the past two years, news of the mass detention of Muslim-majority Uyghurs has slowly filtered out of the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in Western China. 
10.11.2018 - 01:41