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Nick Carter denies Melissa Schuman rape allegation

Backstreet Boy member Nick Carter has been accused by former pop singer Melissa Schuman of raping her 15 years ago. More>>

Gabby Douglas: US Olympic star alleges abuse by Dr. Larry Nassar

Three-time Olympic gold medalist Gabby Douglas has become the third prominent American gymnast to claim that she was sexually abused by former US team doctor Larry Nassar. More>>

Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor apologizes, pleads guilty to criminal sexual conduct

Larry Nassar, the former acclaimed USA Gymnastics team doctor, pleaded guilty Wednesday to seven counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct and admitted in a Michigan court to using his position to sexually abuse... More>>

LAPD Seek Men Involved in Armed Robbery of 3 Pharmacies

Police were looking for men involved in a string of armed robberies in Whittier and Los Angeles in October, authorities said Tuesday. More>>

Oil prices hit 2½-year high on Keystone pipeline shutdown

The shutdown of the Keystone pipeline following an oil spill has lifted crude oil prices to levels not seen in two and a half years. More>>

Lebanon Prime Minister Saad Hariri puts resignation on hold

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri announced Wednesday he was putting his resignation on hold, more than two weeks after he shocked the country by saying he was stepping down. More>>

Plane crash latest in spate of US Navy accidents in Asia since January

A US Navy plane crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa on Wednesday afternoon, marking at least the sixth apparent accident involving a Navy asset in East Asian waters this year. More>>

Gun sellers confident Black Friday will be a break from the Trump slump

Gun dealers are expecting Black Friday to provide a respite from the Trump slump. More>>

Refugee families in SLC get their first taste of Thanksgiving

Five families from around the globe who now call Utah home were given the true Thanksgiving experience at St. Ambrose Catholic Church Tuesday night. More>>

National Park Service doesn't object to sale of Trump wine at park

Bottles from Trump Winery have been on sale at a gift shop in Shenandoah National Park, located about two hours from Washington, D.C. More>>

Senator says WH economic adviser faked a bad connection to get Trump off the phone

Sen. Tom Carper said that the White House's chief economic adviser Gary Cohn faked a bad connection to get President Donald Trump off of the phone during a conversation about tax reform. More>>

Zimbabwe's Mnangagwa returns to lead nation into 'new democracy'

Zimbabwe's former vice president has returned to the country to serve as interim President, vowing to lead the nation into a "new and unfolding democracy," following veteran leader Robert Mugabe's resignation after 37... More>>

Verdict in Poconos Hazing Death Trial

A jury in Monroe County decided that a fraternity is responsible for the hazing death of a college pledge. More>>

How to turn a cruise ship into an Arctic luxury liner

What does it take to reach the farthest corners of the globe? More>>

Discrimination or miscommunication? Mom of boy with Down syndrome upset over email from hair salon

Discrimination or a miscommunication? An Oak Creek mother is upset after her son's haircut appointment was canceled, and it's the reason why that's the issue. More>>

Norfolk man survives after being lost at sea on a raft overnight

A story of survival comes out of Norfolk after a man got sucked out to sea on a raft and spend the night at the mercy of Mother Nature. More>>

Britain crashes out of world's top 5 economies

Britain has officially abandoned its claim to be the world's fifth largest economy. More>>

Hajj Pilgrimage Fast Facts

Here's a look at Hajj, an annual pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Over two million Muslims perform the pilgrimage annually. More>>

Wedding ring unearthed after 35 years below Oregon walking path

It's a story more than 35 years in the making, buried beneath the asphalt at Hazeldale Park and unearthed last month. More>>

Mexico to raise minimum wage...to $4.70 a day

Nearly 25 million Mexicans are getting a pay raise next week. From $4.25 to $4.70 -- a day. More>>

Ratko Mladic guilty of genocide, sentenced to life in prison

Former Bosnian Serb army leader Ratko Mladic was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday after being found guilty of genocide for atrocities committed during the Bosnian war from 1992 to 1995. More>>

Local University Student Faces Charges In Connection With Claims Of Mass Shooting Or Bombing

A John Brown University student is accused of making explosives and threatening to bomb or commit a mass shooting, according to the Siloam Springs Police Department More>>

Buffett loves Coke. But will he back a Pepsi buyout?

Warren Buffett often jokes that he gets a quarter of his daily caloric intake from Coca-Cola. But an investment firm is suggesting that Kraft Heinz, which Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns a nearly 27 percent stake in, may... More>>

Dramatic video shows North Korean soldier's escape across border

Dramatic video showing a North Korean soldier fleeing across the border into South Korea while being shot at by his former comrades was released by the United Nations Command Wednesday. More>>

Salem family fights to change sexual harassment policies in K-12 schools

A Salem family is working to change state law after their son's terrible experience with a high school basketball program. It's all to protect a student's right to information following complaints of sexual violence. More>>

How to make money broadcasting from your phone

Amber-Tiana is the biggest star to ever work at the vegan smoothie shop at the The Westfield Mall in Sherman Oaks, California. More>>

'A moment of brilliance': What it was like in Harare when Mugabe resigned

We were standing in the square outside Parliament in downtown Harare on Tuesday when word started spreading. A woman ran up to me and asked, "Is he gone? Is he really gone?" More>>

Donald Trump's LaVar Ball tweets cross a line - even for him

Before 6 a.m. ET, Donald Trump had already sent two tweets about the self-proclaimed "big baller" LaVar Ball. More>>

Portland State University hires new police chief

Portland State University officials have hired a new chief for their public safety department. More>>

Violent Portland sex offender charged with attacking two women after violating parole

A prolific and violent sex offender who violated his parole in September allegedly attacked two more women while he was wanted by police. More>>

Congressional Black Caucus member: Conyers should step down as top Dem on House panel

Rep. Gregory Meeks, a New York Democrat and a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, said Wednesday that his colleague Rep. John Conyers of Michigan should leave his post as the top Democrat on the House Judiciary... More>>

Trump Justice Department puts Corporate America on notice

Blocking AT&T's purchase of Time Warner is a seemingly odd assault on business from the CEO president. More>>

How to talk politics at your family holiday meal this year

Mealtime talk is always fraught this time of year. In this post-election climate, even the most innocent mention of politics or social issues could threaten to turn MawMaw's house into the thunder dome. More>>

The mystery over the attack on Rand Paul deepens

It's been 19 days since Rand Paul was attacked by a neighbor while mowing his lawn. And on Wednesday, the story got even stranger as the wife of the Kentucky Republican Senator wrote a piece for CNN detailing the extent of... More>>

Greensboro group helps women recovering from opioid addiction

Coleda Lee has battled a heroin addiction for half her life. More>>

Two charged in Davidson County animal abuse case

Police have charged the owners of three dogs who were taken to the Davidson County Animal Shelter Monday evening with cruelty to animals. More>>

Family issues warning after local 11-year-old dies playing the choking game

It's been a year of heartache, a year of pain and a year wondering why for Curtis McAbee's family More>>

Why getting rid of John Conyers won't be easy

Michigan Rep. John Conyers, a Democrat, continues to battle allegations of sexual harassment, accusations first made public in reporting by Buzzfeed on Monday. On Tuesday night, the Detroit Free Press editorial board... More>>

Tillerson: Myanmar clearly 'ethnic cleansing' the Rohingya

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has shifted his stance on the Myanmar government's actions against the Rohingya Muslim minority in the country, labeling their actions "ethnic cleansing" in a statement Wednesday. More>>

Vehicle jumps curb, fatally strikes pedestrian on sidewalk

A woman will likely face charges after she drove up over the curb and fatally struck a pedestrian early Wednesday morning. More>>

Mayor Reed: "Ceasar Mitchell supporting Mary Norwood is one man, one woman, two losers"

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed didn't mince words when CBS46 asked him how he felt about City Council President Ceasar Mitchell endorsing Mary Norwood. More>>

Drug addicts leave used hypodermic needles in public spaces

A CBS 5 investigation found used hypodermic needles left near light rail stops, city parks and public restrooms. Advocates for homeless drug addicts say there is more that government officials can do to protect the rest of... More>>

Jerry Jones addresses Roger Goodell's contract, Trump

When it comes to renewing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell's contract, Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones is reiterating his stance on wanting himself -- and all of the league's owners -- involved. More>>

'Dancing With the Stars' winner is ...

"Dancing With the Stars" crowned its 25th season winner Tuesday night. More>>

'Man Who Invented Christmas' proves short on cheer

"The Man Who Invented Christmas" had a chance to deliver a warm serving of yuletide cheer, looking at how Charles Dickens came up with "A Christmas Carol," one of literature's most enduring tales. Instead, it plays too... More>>

Spike Lee gives 'She's Gotta Have It' new spin

Just over 30 years later, Spike Lee revisits his breakthrough film, "She's Gotta Have It," by expanding it into a 10-episode Netflix series. Temporarily setting aside the "Why" of that, what emerges is a reasonably... More>>

What parasitic worms in defector reveal about conditions in North Korea

Parasitic worms and a chronic liver infection identified in a North Korean soldier who dramatically defected are providing clues into health conditions inside the secretive rogue state, experts said Wednesday. More>>

National historic site in Puerto Rico reopens after hurricane

By next week, two important areas of a national historic site in San Juan, Puerto Rico, damaged by Hurricane Maria will be open to visitors and back to normal operations. More>>

Saudi Arabia will issue its first tourist visas in 2018

Saudi Arabia is unlikely to be on your vacation list. Officials are trying hard to change that. More>>

Chesapeake city manager withdraws request for juvenile justice center

A juvenile justice center will not be coming to Chesapeake in the near future. Chesapeake city manager James Baker will be withdrawing the request at Tuesday's city council meeting as a formality. More>>

Mitch Landrieu to write book about Confederate statue removal

Viking Books is publishing a book by Mayor Mitch Landrieu about his decision to remove four Confederate statues across New Orleans. More>>

Suspect in officer-involved shooting escaped courthouse

Police are asking the public to be on the lookout for an inmate that escaped from a Silicon Valley courthouse earlier this month. That man, 47-year-old John Bivins, is also the suspect in an officer-involved shooting in... More>>

Millions of Southern Californians to travel for Thanksgiving Holiday

Millions of Southern Californians are expected to make 2017 the busiest Thanksgiving holiday season for travelers in the past 10 years, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California. More>>

Ex-Tiger Beat editor: I watched fame take its toll on young David Cassidy

For a certain segment of pre-teen and young teen girls In the early 1970s, David Cassidy was bigger than Elvis and the Beatles, combined. He was what we called a "number one fave" at Tiger Beat, the teen magazine where I... More>>

Brexit Britain slashes growth forecast

Britain's economy is running out of momentum. More>>

CREC football coach attacked by payers at potluck dinner

A Capitol Region Education Council junior varsity football coach was attacked by players at a potluck dinner in Enfield on Thursday. More>>

Police investigating threat made toward concert

Police are investigating a threat made on social media toward a concert in Hartford on Wednesday night. More>>

'Death spiral': 4,000% inflation in Venezuela

Venezuela's money is nearly worthless, and its cash crisis is only getting worse. More>>

3-Year-old killed after car plows onto sidewalk

Police have released the name of a 3-year-old boy killed in a crash in Waterbury on Tuesday afternoon following a police pursuit. More>>

GOP congressman won't support Roy Moore

Republican representative Leonard Lance during a Wednesday morning appearance on CNN's "New Day" supported the women who have come forward with allegations against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore. More>>

J. Crew will close dozens of stores by the end of January

Another day, another round of store closings from a big retailer. More>>

Boris Becker: Can tennis great remember his record-breaking Wimbledon run?

Boris Becker, who rocked the tennis world in 1985 when he became the youngest man to win a grand slam singles title, turns 50 today. More>>

Sevilla coach Eduardo Berizzo diagnosed with prostate cancer

Sevilla have confirmed their Argentine coach Eduardo Berizzo has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. More>>

'The Shark' bites: Greg Norman's mind is 'blown' by modern game's failings

It's hard to imagine any of today's top professional golfers hunkered in a workshop making their own golf clubs. More>>

JFK's assassination aided by his bad back, records show

Every November, America remembers the end of Camelot: a shining time of promise led by John F. Kennedy, our nation's youngest president, brought to an abrupt and bloody end by Lee Harvey Oswald's second shot, a bullet to... More>>

Help! How to lower Thanksgiving stress

Writing a story about Thanksgiving stress is ironic, because I don't personally feel stressed at all as the holiday fast approaches. I keep waiting for the stress to hit me like a sledgehammer, especially since we are... More>>

Navy aircraft crash leaves 3 missing in Philippine Sea

A US Navy plane crashed into the ocean southeast of Okinawa Wednesday afternoon, leaving three people missing in the latest of a string of troubling incidents facing the Navy in waters off East Asia this year. More>>

Trump calls LaVar Ball an 'ungrateful fool'

President Donald Trump took to Twitter to continue to rail against LaVar Ball, the father of a UCLA basketball player who was detained for shoplifting in China. More>>

Skype yanked from app stores in China

China is cracking down on Skype. More>>

The happiest cities in America, according to new research

I've spent my life traveling the world in the pursuit of health and happiness. More>>

9 Thanksgiving facts we bet you don't know

When the guests around your Thanksgiving table are busy stuffing their bellies, here's one way to break the lull in conversation: dazzle them with some tasty turkey trivia. More>>

How to cook a Thanksgiving turkey

Thanksgiving comes but once a year, but the stakes couldn't be higher for making the pièce de résistance -- a perfectly bronzed and juicy turkey. More>>

Macy's Thanksgiving Parade: 6 fun things you may not know

It's a Thanksgiving Day tradition, not only for New York but for a TV-watching nation as well: the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. More>>

Thanksgiving dinner of today owes a debt to cavemen

As you prepare your traditional Thanksgiving feast, you may want to swap out those pilgrim salt-and-pepper shakers with a mastodon and a caveman instead. We owe a lot to this ancient duo. Without them your mom couldn't... More>>

You can buy a Boeing 747 online in China

Fancy an airplane to go with your clothes, toys and groceries? Chinese online shopping platform Taobao just sold two. More>>

Since the attack, my husband Rand Paul hasn't taken a single breath without pain

The average person takes 20,000 breaths a day. Since November 3, my husband, Rand Paul, has not taken a single one without pain. He has not had a single night's sleep uninterrupted by long periods of difficult breathing or... More>>

Trump chooses his own version of reality to back Moore

When reality boxes in President Donald Trump, he simply chooses his own alternative, convenient truth. More>>

If you think politics makes Thanksgiving dinner unbearable, you're correct

There was no shortage of guides and explainers to save Thanksgiving dinner from bitter partisan rancor following President Donald Trump's win over Hillary Clinton last November. More>>

Value your constitutional rights? Thank a journalist

Journalism in America today faces an aggressive assault on its legitimacy. The President declares the news media "the enemy of the people," and those in his inner circle routinely label any coverage they consider negative... More>>

South Carolina lacks the lethal injection drugs needed to execute inmate

South Carolina lacks the drugs it needs to execute a death row inmate, who was scheduled to die on December 1. More>>

North Korea denounces US terror listing as a 'serious provocation'

Pyongyang has loudly denounced the decision by the United States to relist North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, with a foreign ministry spokesman warning it was a "serious provocation." More>>

Woman filed, then dropped, lawsuit against Conyers for harassment in 2017

Another former staffer alleged that Michigan Democratic Rep. John Conyers sexually harassed her, according to court documents filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in March 2017 and... More>>

Trump administration slaps more sanctions on North Korea

The Trump administration intensified pressure on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to disband his nuclear weapons program by imposing another round of sanctions -- this time, on one Chinese businessman and several North... More>>

Uber paid hackers $100,000 after they stole data on 57 million users

Uber says it paid hackers $100,000 after they stole data last year on 57 million of its users. More>>

5 Things for November 22: Zimbabwe, Navy plane crash, Uber, David Cassidy

Happy Thanksgiving Eve! Five Things is off Thursday, so we hope you have a wonderful holiday. As always, we are thankful for you and everyone in the Five Things family. Now, here's what you need to know to Get Up to Speed... More>>

Mladic judgment brings back stench of Bosnian genocide

By Nic Robertson CNN Editor's note: Nic Robertson is CNN's international diplomatic editor. The opinions in this article belong to the author. This article has been updated to reflect the latest developments in this story. (CNN) -- It will be 25 years this Christmas since I learned what genocide smelled like. Like nothing I'd ever experienced before, it was an assault on my senses. The military commander responsible, Ratko Mladic, has today finally learned his fa... More>>

Amanpour: The Srebrenica genocide was a defining moment

In the spring of 1995, Gen. Rupert Smith, commander of the UN Protection Force in Bosnia, began warning that the Bosnian Serbs would soon try to take back zones that had been declared "safe" by the United Nations. More>>

Suspects detained in German Christmas market terror plot

A possible terror plot on a Christmas market in Germany was uncovered Tuesday after six Syrian nationals were detained in raids by police, a German intelligence official told CNN. More>>

Uber hack; Oil jumps; U.K. budget

1. More trouble at Uber: Hackers accessed millions of Uber users' personal information last year, but the company did not report the hack until Tuesday. More>>

Prime Minister Saad Hariri returns to Lebanon

More than two weeks after his unexpected resignation as prime minister of Lebanon, Saad Hariri has finally returned to Beirut, where he's likely to face tough questions over why he quit. More>>

China's former internet czar faces corruption probe

China's former internet czar has become the latest senior official caught in President Xi Jinping's massive anti-corruption dragnet. More>>

Argentina's missing submarine: What we know

Efforts to locate an Argentine submarine that has been missing since last week have been ramped up dramatically by a multinational search team of boats and planes, the country's navy says. More>>

Argentina: Missing sub could be out of oxygen soon

Worried relatives of 44 missing Argentine submariners were comforted Tuesday by banners and the support of countrymen who gathered outside a naval base here. For now, all they can do is wait, hope and pray the crew will be... More>>

How searchers are trying to find Argentina's missing submarine

The ongoing search for a missing Argentine navy submarine sheds light on the difficulty of finding a vessel that's designed not to be found -- especially one that might have lost its ability to communicate. More>>

Trial of undocumented immigrant in Kate Steinle killing goes to jury

Jurors failed to reach a verdict Tuesday after the first day of deliberation in the trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate. His alleged murder in 2015 of Kate Steinle became a rallying point in a national debate over immigration... More>>

Report: Military personnel reassigned following Trump's Asia trip

Allegations that multiple US service members had "improper contact" with foreign women while on the President's Asia tour have spurred an investigation and led to their reassignment, The Washington Post reports,... More>>

David Cassidy, '70s teen heartthrob, dies at age 67

David Cassidy, who came to fame as a '70s teen heartthrob and lead singer on "The Partridge Family," has died, according to his publicist Jo-Ann Geffen. He was 67. More>>

Sen. Murkowski supports Obamacare repeal mandate

Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Tuesday she supports the repeal of Obamacare's individual mandate. More>>

NAFTA talks are in trouble

No meaningful progress is being made in NAFTA trade talks between the United States, Canada and Mexico, increasing the odds that President Trump could withdraw from a critical 23-year old agreement. More>>

Trump administration asks SCOTUS to allow all of travel ban to go into effect pending appeal

Lawyers for the Trump administration are asking the Supreme Court to allow the latest version of the President's controversial travel ban to go fully into effect pending appeal. More>>

Documents show involvement of Zinke's wife on official trip

A batch of documents reveal frustration among staffers at the Department of Interior over coordinating travel for Secretary Ryan Zinke's wife on an official trip, creating another headache for an administration that's... More>>

Border Patrol agent's death in Texas leaves many questions

Details remain scant in what the FBI describes as a "tragic incident" that left one Border Patrol agent dead and another in serious condition. More>>

DOJ's AT&T suit could freeze media deals

At a time of rapid change and consolidation in the media industry, the Justice Department's lawsuit over the AT&T-Time Warner combination is likely to put a pause on media deals and raise questions about this DOJ's... More>>

Speier: Conyers not one of harassers I mentioned last week

Last week, Rep. Jackie Speier said that she knew of two sitting members of Congress who have "engaged in sexual harassment." But the California Democrat on Tuesday said that Democratic Rep. John Conyers of Michigan, who is... More>>

What John Conyers' colleagues in Congress are saying

An explosive report rocked Capitol Hill late Monday and early Tuesday, with the allegation that Rep. John Conyers -- the longest-serving active member of the House of Representatives -- settled a wrongful dismissal... More>>

New York terror attack suspect indicted on 22 charges

The suspect in New York's deadliest terror attack since 9/11 was indicted Tuesday on murder and terror-related charges, the US Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York said. More>>

Women who worked on SNL stand up for Al Franken

Dozens of women who've worked on "Saturday Night Live" have come out in support of Al Franken. More>>

Trump's double-talk on wave of sexual misconduct allegations

President Donald Trump is "very happy" sexual misconduct in American society is being "exposed." More>>

Amid legal challenges, Gates, Manafort get OK to spend Thanksgiving with family

Former Trump campaign officials Paul Manafort and Rick Gates will be able to spend Thanksgiving with their families and leave their homes this week, a federal judge ruled Tuesday. More>>

Man killed in Willard garage was 'bludgeoned and bound,' warrant says

An Ohio man who was found dead in a Willard resident's garage had been tied up and beaten, according to a newly unsealed search warrant. More>>

Inside Trump's decision to embrace Moore

President Donald Trump's decision to embrace Roy Moore on Tuesday was rooted in several factors, but one of the biggest: the noise and confusion from a recent tidal wave of sexual harassment and misconduct allegations from... More>>

CBS News and PBS fire Charlie Rose

CBS News and PBS both said Tuesday that Charlie Rose's contracts with them had been terminated. More>>

Disney's John Lasseter takes leave of absence, apologizes for unwanted gestures

John Lasseter, one of the biggest names in animation, is taking a leave of absence from Disney following what he called "missteps." More>>

State Dept employees protest exclusion of violators from child soldiers list

A group of State Department employees penned a memo accusing the agency's leadership of violating US law by refusing to call out three countries for not doing more to stop the recruitment of child soldiers. More>>

How Sweden's arctic 'millipede town' Kiruna is slowly moving

Kiruna, a town in northern Sweden, is on the move. Located in Lapland, within the Arctic Circle, the town and many of its 18,000 residents are being relocated to New Kiruna, two miles (3.2 kilometers) to the east over the... More>>

By the numbers: The Trump orbit's contacts with Russians

Here is a look, by the numbers, at all the known contacts between Trump associates and Russians. From meetings to emails, to text messages and Skype sessions, these lists have been growing throughout the year as more... More>>

Citibank fined for illegal student loan servicing practices

Citibank must pay $6.5 million for illegal student loan servicing practices, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Tuesday. More>>

President Trump speaks on AT&T-Time Warner deal: 'not good for the country'

President Trump weighed in Tuesday on the Justice Department's suit to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner, criticizing the deal. More>>

Trump administration sends mixed messages on big media

Two of President Trump's agencies are sending mixed messages about the regulation of media and telecommunications companies. More>>

How Sarah Sanders humiliated the press

At Monday's daily press briefing, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders encouraged reporters to first state things they were thankful for before asking their questions. Most of them obliged. They shouldn't have. More>>

Discriminatory ads still get through on Facebook, investigation finds

Facebook has worked to improve its advertising services to better police potentially discriminatory advertisements, but a report from ProPublica released on Tuesday found problematic ads are still getting through. More>>

US airstrike in Somalia kills more than 100 al-Shabaab militants

More than 100 al-Shabaab militants were killed Tuesday in a US airstrike on a camp in Somalia, US Africa Command said in a statement, the latest in a series of strikes against the al-Qaeda-affiliated group and ISIS... More>>

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting

Another Legend is set to be born. More>>

Meg Whitman to step down as CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Meg Whitman said in July she had no plans to stop being CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise. More>>

Sarah Palin appeals ruling in New York Times lawsuit

Sarah Palin isn't ready to give up her legal battle against the New York Times just yet. Attorneys for the former Republican vice presidential candidate filed a motion Tuesday appealing a federal judge's ruling to dismiss... More>>

Eighth child death from fallen IKEA dresser prompts recall reminder

Amid reports of another child death, IKEA is reminding customers who purchased some of its dressers that they need to be fastened to the wall or they may tip and fall. The reminder is part of the company's reannouncement... More>>

Big Tobacco's court-ordered ads make their debut

A wave of new tobacco ads is planned to be broadcast across prime-time television and published in newspapers this weekend, but they aren't promoting what you might expect. More>>

Robert Mugabe resigns after 37 years as Zimbabwe's leader

Robert Mugabe resigned as Zimbabwe's President on Tuesday after 37 years of autocratic rule, finally succumbing to the pressure of a military takeover and the humiliation of impeachment. More>>

Roy Moore says he first noticed his wife when she was 15 or 16 years old

Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of pursuing romantic relationships with teenagers while in his 30s, said he first noticed his future wife eight years before he formally met her -- when... More>>

Moore campaign: 'We don't believe these women'

Spokespeople for Alabama Republican Senate nominee Roy Moore denied the allegations against the candidate at an event on Tuesday, refusing to answer questions as women come forward about Moore's past. More>>

Delayed flight at Canadian airport turns into a party

Waiting for a delayed flight is usually a pain, but one group of passengers at a Canadian airport used it as an excuse to party. More>>

Nigeria bombing: 50 killed in early-morning attack on mosque

At least 50 people were killed on Tuesday in a suicide bomb attack at a mosque in northern Nigeria on the border with Cameroon, police told CNN. More>>

Trump all but endorses Roy Moore

President Donald Trump on Tuesday defended embattled Alabama Republican Roy Moore, all but endorsing the Senate candidate who has been accused of sexual assault. More>>

Donald Trump just did Roy Moore a massive favor

President Donald Trump broke his silence Tuesday afternoon on allegations of sexual abuse facing Roy Moore, the Republican Party's Senate nominee in Alabama. More>>

Second federal judge blocks Trump's transgender military ban

A second federal judge blocked enforcement of President Donald Trump's prohibition on transgender individuals serving in the US military Tuesday, finding active-duty service members face substantial harm from the ban. More>>

Emmerson Mnangagwa, the 'crocodile,' in line to be Zimbabwe's next leader

There were wild celebrations in the Zimbabwean capital Harare when Robert Mugabe bowed to the inevitable and resigned as President on Tuesday. But as Zimbabweans feted his demise, it was unclear whether they would welcome... More>>

House Ethics Committee investigating Conyers allegations

The House Ethics Committee announced Tuesday it has opened an investigation into allegations against Democratic Rep. John Conyers of Michigan after reports being made public this week that he settled a wrongful dismissal... More>>

Members of Congress push for US to take tougher line on Qatar

Member of Congress are calling on the Trump administration to take a tougher line against Qatar, accusing the small Persian Gulf nation of supporting the Palestinian militant group Hamas. More>>

Weather won't be the reason for your travel delay

Maybe there will be less family fighting due to seasonal affective disorder this year, because if there is one thing to be thankful for, it will be the cool, crisp, blue-sky days ahead this week. More>>

Controversial sugar industry study on cancer uncovered

An old study is now shedding new light on the sugar industry's controversial past, and its secrets are being revealed in a new paper. More>>

Utah Jazz owners help feed thousands of homeless

The owners of the Utah Jazz handed out thousands of "assists" Monday morning and afternoon for Utah's homeless population. More>>

UN Security Council seeks investigation into Libya slave trade

Diplomats at a UN Security Council meeting on human trafficking called Tuesday for investigations into slave auctions in Libya following a CNN report last week on the practice. More>>

US charges Iranian man in HBO's 'Game of Thrones' hack

The criminal investigation into last summer's hacking of HBO has nabbed a suspect. More>>

Companies, think before you tweet

Many companies are facing a tricky decision this week: whether to continue advertising on Sean Hannity's show on Fox News amid calls to boycott the program. More>>

Two arrested, one at large for internet scheme

A Gwinnett County man and woman created an elaborate airline ticket and internet scam that cost one woman nearly $2,000 and ultimately led to their arrest in Snellville. More>>

Has Trump weighed in on Roy Moore yet? (Update: Yes)

President Donald Trump is not known for being shy when it comes to hot-button political questions. But he was unusually quiet when it came to the scandal enveloping Alabama Republican Roy Moore's Senate campaign, only... More>>

Hoboken mayor: Diversity is an American value

The weekend before I was elected mayor this month, a flier with the phrase "Don't let TERRORISM take over our town" above a picture of me appeared on car windshields in Hoboken. As a Sikh, I maintain uncut hair and a... More>>

Man who lost nose, mouth describes vicious bear attack

The grizzly bear grabbed Lee Brooke from behind, pulled him off the ground and then rode on his back down a slope, crushing the left side of his body. It also bit off much of his face. As Brooke lay bleeding, unaware of... More>>

Trump FCC chair unveils plan to repeal net neutrality

The days of net neutrality are numbered. More>>

Albino deer accidentally shot in Wisconsin

A rare albino deer was accidentally shot and killed over the weekend in Pepin County, according to the Wisconsin DNR. More>>

Two Boise men charged in BB gun spree

Two Boise men have been charged in connection with a BB gun shooting spree that police say caused more than $50,000 worth of damage. More>>

Ivanka Trump sets for trip to India

Ivanka Trump is India-bound, traveling to Hyderabad just after the Thanksgiving holiday. More>>

A look at four storms from one brutal hurricane season

By AJ Willingham CNN () -- As the 2017 hurricane season comes to a close, parts of the Gulf Coast and the Caribbean are still healing from a series of devastating storms. Here's a look at how Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and the most recent storm to threaten the area, Hurricane Nate, impacted the United States. It's important to remember that these storms have hit certain places repeatedly. Areas in the Caribbean, like Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, were... More>>

Girl Scouts: Don't make your daughter hug people this holiday

At a time when issues of sexual harassment and consent are in the news, and with the holidays just around the corner, the Girl Scouts have released a recommendation about how parents can help young girls handle affection. More>>

Too-big-to-fail banks keep getting bigger

Many too-big-to-fail banks have grown even larger during the decade since the financial crisis. More>>

Homeless Navy Vet Given Apartment in Senior Community

After being homeless for nearly five years, Keith Lozier has a place of his own. More>>

Small business helps fellow refugees

Small Business Saturday is all about supporting smaller, local businesses. This week, one business started by two refugees is helping others like them. More>>

Thousands come together to celebrate lost loved ones in 'Light Up a Life' event

Thanksgiving and the holidays are usually a time to be with family and that can be tough for families who have recently lost loved ones. More>>

Man Dies After Trying to Rescue Dogs From Inside Burning RV in Rancho Park: LAFD

A 46-year-old man died on Monday after attempting to rescue his dogs from inside a burning recreational vehicle in Rancho Park, authorities said. More>>

Trump, Putin discuss Syria in lengthy phone call

President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke for "a little over an hour" Tuesday morning, discussing a range of pressing international concerns a day after Putin met with Syrian President Bashar... More>>

Judge rebuked after offering reduced jail time in exchange for vasectomies

The Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct has publicly reprimanded a judge who had offered reduced jail time to inmates who agreed to get long-term birth control procedures. More>>

The worst day for mall diamonds in 25 years

Kay, Jared and Zales' diamonds are losing their sparkle. More>>

Life after 'Hope': Obama poster creator Shepard Fairey reflects on art and politics in the age of Trump

President Obama invited Shepard Fairey, the street artist who made the ubiquitous portrait of him titled "Hope," to bring his family and visit him at the White House the day after the 2016 election. More>>

Sexual harassment tipping point: Why now?

It's been called the Weinstein effect. More>>

Courtroom packed when Ex-UHart student faces a judge in bullying case

The courtroom was packed on Tuesday morning when a former University of Hartford student accused of smearing bodily fluids on her roommate's belongings made a court appearance. More>>

Extra security at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats were made against students on social media

Extra security was in place at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats against some students were made on social media. More>>

Additional remains of Sgt. La David Johnson found in Niger

Additional remains have been discovered of Sgt. La David Johnson who was killed in the October 4 ambush by ISIS fighters in Niger, according to a US official. More>>

'Trouble in Toyland' report catalogues dangerous toys this holiday season

A research group released its list of dangerous toys for the 2017 holiday season. More>>

Disturbing video shows deplorable conditions in Utah turkey farm

A Utah turkey company is under fire from an animal activist group, after the group released photos and videos allegedly showing deplorable conditions and disturbing health problems at a Moroni turkey farm. More>>

Racine proposed ordinance could fine parents up to $1,000 if child is caught bullying

Parents may be paying a big price if their kids bully other students in Racine -- up to $1,000. More>>

Gary Oldman shines as Churchill in 'Darkest Hour'

Bringing Winston Churchill uncannily to life even without taking into account the jaw-dropping makeup, Gary Oldman should probably skip past Oscar talk and jump directly to knighthood for "Darkest Hour," a screen portrait... More>>

For millions of insured Americans, state health laws don't apply

Let's say you have health insurance through your employer and live in one of 21 states with laws protecting consumers against surprise medical bills from out-of-network providers. More>>

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