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Kris Kobach wins Kansas GOP governor nomination after incumbent Colyer concedes

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach has narrowly won the Republican nomination for governor, ousting incumbent Gov. Jeff Colyer in the state's primary. More>>

Polls close in four states holding primaries in key midterms races

Polls have closed in Vermont, Connecticut, Minnesota and Wisconsin. More>>

A teacher battling cancer ran out of sick days. School employees showered him with theirs.

The chemotherapy dripped through a catheter in his chest. Cancer patient Robert Goodman had burned through his paid sick days while undergoing surgery and chemotherapy for colon cancer. More>>

Why Paul Manafort isn't wearing socks

In a trial that's featured talk of hundreds of thousands of dollars in clothing, including a $15,000 ostrich jacket and an $18,000 python jacket, the latest sartorial question for court-watchers is: Where are Paul... More>>

White House corrects Sarah Sanders after false claim about African American job numbers

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders emphatically declared Tuesday that President Donald Trump has created three times as many jobs for African American workers as former President Barack Obama did during his two... More>>

Katrina Pierson: I made taped comments because Omarosa was the 'complete epitome of annoying'

Katrina Pierson, a Trump campaign official, said she was placating Omarosa Manigault Newman when she indicated on tape that she believed President Donald Trump had been recorded saying the n-word. More>>

Revolutionary eye surgery performed for the first time in Arkansas

The first Hydrus microstent surgery in the United States was performed Tuesday (Aug. 14) in Northwest Arkansas, according to Vold Vision in Fayetteville. More>>

Diploma controversy leads Florida candidate to suspend campaign

Melissa Howard, a Florida state house candidate, told CNN on Tuesday that she has suspended her campaign. More>>

University of Maryland football player who died after workout didn't receive proper care, review says

A University of Maryland football player who died of heatstroke this summer did not receive proper medical care, and some members of the training staff made mistakes, according to preliminary results of an independent review. More>>

PD: James Harden linked to Arizona nightclub incident

Scottsdale police confirm that Houston Rockets guard (and former Sun Devil) James Harden is listed in connection with an incident at a nightclub this past weekend. More>>

Virginia report clears child detention center of abuse, but youths' lawyer says investigation was insufficient

Harsh treatment alleged by immigrant youths held at a Virginia juvenile detention center didn't amount to abuse or neglect under state law, a state investigation ordered by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam concluded on Monday. More>>

ACLU: Officials set up 'trap' to arrest immigrants at legal status interviews

A Boston-area US Citizenship and Immigration Services office appears to have been coordinating with local ICE officials to arrest undocumented immigrant spouses married to US citizens when they appeared at government... More>>

Katrina Pierson's explanations of the alleged 'n-word' tape make no sense

Start here: For months -- years, really -- there have been rumors of outtakes from "The Apprentice" or "The Celebrity Apprentice" in which now-President Donald Trump can be heard uttering a racial slur about... More>>

Judge in New Mexico child abuse case receives threats

A New Mexico courthouse was evacuated Tuesday after a district judge who granted bond to five suspects accused of child abuse at a rural compound received a series of threats, officials said. More>>

Investigators return to New Mexico compound while suspects wait to bond out

For the first time in a week, investigators returned to the makeshift New Mexico compound where 11 starving children lived in squalor. More>>

What Mueller and Manafort need to do in closing arguments

We've reached the end. Paul Manafort's defense team has rested, presenting no evidence and calling no witnesses to testify, including President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman himself. More>>

Highway bridge collapses in Italy, leaving about two dozen dead

The sound of jackhammers reverberated through the night in this northern Italian city, where crews searched for survivors of a highway bridge collapse that left about two dozen people dead, officials said. More>>

More questions than answers in murder of Russian journalists in Africa

The murder of three Russian journalists investigating the work of private military contractors in the Central African Republic is still shrouded in mystery. More>>

A man tried to grab a girl. Her sister hurled coffee at him to escape

A Michigan man who police say attempted to kidnap a girl got a surprise of his own: a fight and a cup of hot coffee in his face. More>>

Kroger's next battleground: China

Kroger is making another big push into online groceries, this time by opening a digital business in China. More>>

6 Million Georgia voters' records exposed: 'Could have easily been compromised'

Georgia's shotgun-toting, Trump-style Republican candidate for governor Brian Kemp has sought to assure voters that his state's election system is secure and that any allegations to the contrary are "fake news." More>>

Lawsuit seeks to stop Medicaid work requirements in Arkansas

Three consumer groups are suing the Trump administration in an effort to halt the implementation of work requirements in Arkansas' Medicaid program. More>>

Los Angeles will be the first US city to install body scanners in the subway

Don't worry, Los Angeles commuters, your time rushing through the metro system won't be held up by these body scanners. More>>

State Department says Pompeo did discuss Yemen strike with Saudi prince

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo did discuss the recent Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen in a Monday call with a Saudi prince, an agency official said, after a State Department readout failed to note that aspect of the... More>>

Pentagon to return bells captured in the Philippines over 100 years ago

The US military intends to return to the Philippines the famed Bells of Balangiga, captured by occupying US troops more than 100 years ago, a US defense official told CNN Tuesday. More>>

Report details sexual abuse by more than 300 priests in Pennsylvania's Catholic Church

A new grand jury report says that internal documents from six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania show that more than 300 "predator priests" have been credibly accused of sexually abusing more than 1,000 child victims. More>>

Prosecutor overrules sheriff, charges Florida man in 'stand your ground' case

Michael Drejka, who fatally shot Markeis McGlockton after McGlockton shoved him in a Clearwater, Florida, convenience store parking lot, has been charged with manslaughter, officials said Monday. More>>

The real reason we should care about Disney's 'gay' character

Jack Whitehall recently announced that he will play Disney's first major openly gay character in the film "Jungle Cruise." Whitehall, best known for his role as J.P. in the British television series "Fresh Meat," has... More>>

Google parent company invests $375 million in Oscar Health

Alphabet is pouring $375 million into Oscar Health, a small insurer that thinks it can use big data to revolutionize its industry. More>>

Family, fans rally around Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin is surrounded by those closest to her as the legendary singer receives hospice care. More>>

Chef Giada De Laurentiis' Las Vegas hot spots

Giada De Laurentiis knows a thing or two about putting on a show. More>>

PD: Man who followed teen into Phoenix restroom is beaten to death by girl's father

A man who tried to enter a teenage girl's bathroom stall was confronted and killed by the girl's father, officials say. More>>

A store accused a woman of hiding school supplies under her clothes. She was pregnant.

Shirell Bates was shopping for school supplies for her kids when a police officer asked the North Carolina woman what was under her shirt. More>>

What to expect in the Manafort trial closing arguments

Closing arguments commence Wednesday morning in the Paul Manafort trial. Here are a few key things to watch for: More>>

PD: Driver 'intentionally' crashes into man outside Walmart following a fight

A 19-year-old Surprise man has been arrested after he reportedly crashed his car into another man in a Walmart parking lot... on purpose. More>>

Kellyanne Conway's husband suggests Trump makes false statements, attacks both allies and his own employees

The husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway appeared to hammer President Donald Trump for making false statements and attacking allies, adding to a long list of criticisms he's lobbed against the President online. More>>

Aretha Franklin Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin. More>>

Judge: Justice who presided over Nassar trial to remain

A Michigan chief judge says a colleague who sentenced former sports doctor Larry Nassar to prison for molesting women and girls will remain on the case. More>>

Cell phone repair leads to 'phone number swap' and racist text messages

A Blue Springs family is furious with Sprint after a cell phone repair went horribly wrong. More>>

Lawrence chemistry professor facing deportation gets immigration hearing

A Lawrence chemistry who garnered worldwide attention has won remand from the Board of Immigration Appeals after ICE officials took him into custody earlier this year. More>>

Tia Coleman wants 'death trap' duck boats banned

The Indiana woman who lost nine members of her family in a duck boat sinking last month in Missouri wants the amphibious vehicles banned. More>>

With Trump in the White House, white nationalists aren't going anywhere

Standing outside in the rain near Lafayette Square, I waited Sunday to see white supremacists march in Washington, DC. Anxiety simmered under my skin as I lingered for a glimpse of the organizers who crowded... More>>

Northwest Louisiana Technical College makes schedule change for working students

The director of Northwest Louisiana Technical College says it's the only school in the state that's a fully technical institute. More>>

Royal Bank of Scotland will pay record fine for crisis-era misconduct

Royal Bank of Scotland will pay $4.9 billion to settle charges that it misled investors ahead of the 2008 financial crisis. More>>

READ: 2016 Trump campaign nondisclosure agreement

The Trump campaign said Tuesday it is seeking legal action against Omarosa Manigault Newman in the wake of her tell-all book about her time as a campaign adviser and senior White House official. Manigault Newman is accused... More>>

Inmate who escaped Michigan hospital is in custody

An inmate who escaped police custody while at a Michigan hospital is now in custody. More>>

Former Baltimore officer indicted in beating that was caught on video

The former Baltimore police officer caught on video repeatedly punching a man was indicted on assault and misconduct charges, Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby said Tuesday. More>>

2 Women found dead in St. Louis home after hydrogen cyanide detected

Two women were found dead in a north St. Louis home Tuesday after firefighters received a call to the 3100 block of Whittier Street. More>>

Waldron Assistant Principal Accused Of Sexual Relationship With Student

An assistant principal with the Waldron School District is facing up to five counts of first-degree sexual assault after she was accused of having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old student. More>>

Poll: Majority of GOP agrees news media is 'enemy of the people'

A majority of Republicans said they believed the news media is "the enemy of the people" rather than "an important part of democracy" in a poll released Tuesday. More>>

Exclusive: Pentagon spokeswoman under investigation for misusing staff, retaliating against complaints

One of Defense Secretary James Mattis' most senior civilian advisers is being investigated by the Defense Department Office of Inspector General for allegedly retaliating against staff members after she used some of them... More>>

Sanders 'can't guarantee' Trump hasn't used the n-word, but hasn't heard him do it

As President Donald Trump faced allegations of racism and cruelty on Tuesday, his press secretary stepped to the White House podium to deny only one of those charges. More>>

BYU professor discovers rare pterosaur in Utah

A Utah professor discovered an extremely rare fossil called pterosaur, which is helping scientists' understanding of this prehistoric creature. More>>

LAPD Investigation Video Of Man Hopping Fence At LA Zoo, Spanking Hippo

He might have done it for Instragram or YouTube fame, but now a man who crossed a barricade guarding a hippopotamus enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo is looking at potential trespassing charges after he was filmed spanking... More>>

Uber hires chief security officer to help earn back user trust

Uber has named a former NSA official its chief security officer, bolstering its goal of making safety a major priority. More>>

Improper Air Conditioner Use Led to Child's Death in Scranton: Coroner

The death of a baby in Scranton has been ruled an accident. More>>

Tesla: Should you buy, sell or short?

Tesla is giving investors whiplash. More>>

How America's foreclosure capital came back from the dead

Whenever he wants to see his old house, Nezam Juman walks to the edge of his waterfront property and peers around the river's bend. He can just see the roof behind some trees. It was his dream home, paid for with a... More>>

Four girls fight off attacker

A 22-year-old Tuscola County man has been charged with kidnapping and other charges after a Friday night incident in Millington. More>>

Two older elephants moving to Audubon Zoo to spend their 'golden years' in New Orleans

The Audubon Zoo's $10 million, state-of-the-art elephant exhibit will welcome two new additions from the Buffalo Zoo. More>>

4-Year-Old Boy Dies After Swing Set Collapses On Him

A 4-year-old boy is dead after a home swing set collapsed on him. More>>

Video captures drivers doing doughnuts on busy bridge

Cell phone video captured drivers doing doughnuts around each other Sunday night in the middle of Portland's Fremont Bridge, stopping traffic headed northbound for about 20 minutes, according to witnesses. More>>

Woman Discovers Stolen Painting Of Her Mother Hanging In Dallas Bar

A painting believed to be lost to the ages, stolen from a Dallas woman years ago, was returned to its rightful owner Monday. More>>

New tape shows Trump campaign aides discussing possibility of N-word tape

Aides to President Donald Trump questioned him during the 2016 campaign about the existence of an audio tape in which he purportedly said the N-word, a racial epithet, during production of his reality TV show "The... More>>

Historic face transplant gives suicide survivor a 'second chance'

As Katie Stubblefield brushed her fingers across her face, she could feel the wound. More>>

Ring Lost In Pond Returned To Owner 45 Years Later

It's been lost for 45 years, but now, against all odds, a college ring is back on its rightful finger. It's a story of coincidences, kindness and plain good luck, and it all starts in 1973. More>>

Cane carved from 1500-year-old tree stolen out of vehicle

Police are asking the public's help locating a hand-carved cane that was stolen out of a vehicle last week. More>>

A North Dakota city wants to buy AR-15 rifles for its school resource officers

Police in Bismarck, North Dakota, want to put AR-15 rifles in some schools so school resource officers can respond more quickly in the event of an active shooter. More>>

Nebraska carries out its first lethal injection execution

Carey Dean Moore, 60, a convicted murderer of two 47-year-old fathers in 1979, has become Nebraska's first execution by lethal injection More>>

Pauley Perrette calls out 'Family Feud' for 'filthy answers'

Pauley Perrette is a fan of "Family Feud," but not some of its language. More>>

Larry Nassar's motion to disqualify Judge Rosemarie Aquilina denied

A motion filed by attorneys for Larry Nassar seeking to disqualify Judge Rosemarie Aquilina from presiding over any further proceedings in Nassar's case was denied Tuesday. More>>

Analysis: Facebook doesn't have an obligation to support journalism

A version of this article first appeared in the Pacific newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. More>>

Why sanctions against Iran won't make America safer

Don't count on sanctions to drive Iran to Donald Trump's bargaining table. Bill Clinton tried that gambit 20 years go. It led to a decade of grief and misery for the Iranian people and set the world even closer to a... More>>

Man, pistol-whipped, robbed and locked in bathroom in Brentwood, police say

Just feet from where kids play with their dogs, Brentwood police stretched crime scene tape after a carjacking. More>>

Quickly catch up on the day's news

Here's what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:-- President Trump referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African-American to have served in a senior role in the White House, as a "dog"... More>>

Family left homeless, father nearly killed after robbery

A soon-to-be married couple is struggling to survive after a violent robbery nearly left one of them dead. More>>

Defense rests in Paul Manafort trial; closing arguments Wednesday

The defense rested its case Tuesday morning in the trial against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort without calling any witnesses, setting the stage for closing arguments Wednesday morning. More>>

Neil Gorsuch Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of US Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch. More>>

Enrico Letta Fast Facts

Here is a look at the life of former Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta. More>>

Academy Awards Fast Facts

Here is some background information about the Academy Awards, also known as the "Oscars." More>>

Mohamed Morsy Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy, Egypt's first democratically elected leader. More>>

Fernando Alonso: McLaren's Spanish star to leave Formula 1

Formula One is to lose one of its bona fide stars after two-time world champion Fernando Alonso announced he will not race in the sport next year. More>>

The West Virginia House impeached the entire state Supreme Court

Lawmakers in West Virginia did something Monday night that might be a first in American history: impeach an entire state Supreme Court. More>>

South Sudan Fast Facts

Here's a look at South Sudan, a landlocked country in east-central Africa, bordering Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Central African Republic. In 2011, South Sudan gained its... More>>

Is the résumé dead?

For decades, résumés have been the ticket to entry into the working world. But the one-page paper document has lost its dominance. More>>

Fire captain arrested for exposing himself to teenage babysitter

A captain with the Kokomo Fire Department has been placed on indefinite, unpaid administrative leave effective Tuesday following accusations he exposed his genitals to his 14-year old babysitter. More>>

Chechnya Fast Facts

Here's a look at Chechnya, a republic in southwestern Russia, in the Caucasus Mountains region. Chechnya is bordered by Russia, the country of Georgia, and the Russian republics of Dagestan and Ingushetia. More>>

Armed, barricaded man threatened to harm self, others

A man who threatened to harm himself and others was taken into custody and police discovered high-powered weapons in his home. More>>

GOP senator calls Trump's attack against Omarosa 'unbecoming'

Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona condemned President Donald Trump's attacks against former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman as "unbecoming," just hours after Trump called the only African-American to have... More>>

Ariana Grande and James Corden's musical ode to 'Titanic' is an ocean of emotion

James Corden's latest musical celebrity segment will have you swimming in emotions. More>>

Tinder co-founders and 8 others sue dating app's owners, claiming they're owed $2 billion

Co-founders of Tinder and eight other former and current executives of the popular dating app are suing the service's current owners, alleging that they manipulated the valuation of the company to deny them of billions of... More>>

6 People, Including 3 Teens, Arrested After Violent Assault on Employees at Motel 6: Police

Six people were arrested after allegedly sparking a violent melee in the lobby of a Motel 6 in Claremont over the weekend, police said Monday. More>>

Fugitive Accused of Sexually Assaulting Choir Boy for Years Extradited to U.S.

An Orange County man who authorities say fled the country more than a decade ago after being charged with sexually assaulting a choir boy over a four-year period has been extradited back to the U.S., authorities said Monday. More>>

Several structures lost in Glacier National Park wildfire

Glacier National Park officials are still tallying up the destruction being caused by the Howe Ridge fire which burning near Lake McDonald. More>>

Heavy rain continues to fall across Northeast as region braces for more flooding

Heavy rain is forecast to continue falling in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey, with flood warnings in place Tuesday through Wednesday in some areas. More>>

Nebraska carries out state's 1st lethal injection with controversial 4-drug cocktail

Nebraska carried out its first-ever lethal injection Tuesday, executing double murderer Carey Dean Moore, said Scott Frakes, director of the Nebraska Department of Correctional Services. More>>

Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray matches coach's salary with MLB deal

Here's one way to get paid in American college athletics: Go professional in another sport. More>>

This is the #1 food experience in the world

It's not just the taste of the pintxos served at the bars in San Sebastián's old town in Spain's Basque country that makes it Lonely Planet's #1 food experience in the world. More>>

Trump campaign taking legal steps against Omarosa

President Donald Trump's campaign said Tuesday it has filed for arbitration, accusing Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former campaign aide and White House official, of breaching a 2016 nondisclosure agreement with the campaign. More>>

America's silence makes it complicit in Saudi bombing of Yemeni children

Dozens of schoolchildren on a field trip were killed in Yemen last week when a Saudi-led airstrike hit their bus. More than 50 people died; nearly 80 were wounded. Many victims were younger than 10. More>>

Read the email exchange between Manafort and Kushner

Paul Manafort sent President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner a recommendation to appoint Federal Savings Bank chair Stephen Calk as secretary of the Army in a November 30, 2016, email released Monday by the Justice... More>>

Utah man crashes plane into his own home after being arrested on domestic violence charges

A Utah man died flying a Cessna 525 Citation Jet into his home, where his wife and her son were, early Monday, hours after he was arrested for domestic violence, police said. More>>

American oil refineries are working harder than ever before

American oil refineries are running full tilt to meet insatiable demand for gasoline and diesel at home and abroad. More>>

Mueller interviews Trump? It can happen if both sides negotiate in good faith

Over the past several months, there has been widespread discussion about the prospect of an interview of President Donald Trump by Special Counsel Robert Mueller in the Russia investigation. Each side of the fencing match... More>>

Donald Trump's Omarosa obsession is telling

On Monday, President Donald Trump sent seven -- yes, seven! -- tweets attacking his former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman over claims she made in her tell-all memoir that was formally released today. More>>

Crash outside UK Houses of Parliament treated as terror incident, police say

A car crashed into security barriers outside the UK's Houses of Parliament during rush hour Tuesday morning, injuring several people in what police are treating as a terrorist incident. More>>

Elephants rarely get cancer. Here's why this matters to humans

You'd think elephants would be getting cancer left and right: They are giants of the animal kingdom and have trillions more cells than humans -- cells that, in theory, could turn into cancer over their decades-long lifespans. More>>

Trump calling Omarosa a 'dog' is sexist and racist, period

President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman as a "dog." More>>

O'ahu's famous monk seal spotted (and she's sporting a new look)

O'ahu's celebrity monk seal was recently sighted… and she's going green. More>>

41 Deaths from Ebola in Congo; health officials 'worried'

An ongoing Ebola outbreak is spreading across the Democratic Republic of Congo's North Kivu province, and it has health officials gravely concerned due to conflict in the area along with other factors. More>>

New Mexico compound suspects were on a violent mission, prosecutors say. But the defense sees it differently.

The evidence was intended to paint a disturbing picture of a zealous family training for a violent mission against government institutions, New Mexico prosecutors said. More>>

Veteran scammed trying to rent home still needs new home

CBS46 told you about a family with six young children, scammed while trying to rent a house. More>>

Consumers spent big at Home Depot

Home Depot's spring marked a dramatic turnaround from its ugly winter. More>>

Should you secretly tape conversations with your boss?

Former White House aide Omarosa Manigault Newman claimed she recorded her firing by White House chief of staff John Kelly and a subsequent call with President Donald Trump. More>>

Spanish cannon from 1715 raised from the ocean

A cannon from a Spanish fleet was raised from the ocean Monday off Fort Pierce. More>>

Police: Woman robbed, dragged by car in Florida

A woman was robbed and dragged approximately 30 feet by a vehicle in Port St. Lucie, police say. More>>

Woman robbed, dragged by car in Port St. Lucie

A woman was robbed and dragged approximately 30 feet by a vehicle in Port St. Lucie, police say. More>>

UConn tells people to 'look but don't touch' stinging caterpillars

A question about a caterpillar spotted in Connecticut prompted experts from the University of Connecticut to post a warning. More>>

Woman wakes up to rabid bat on arm

While sleeping in her home, a woman felt something on her arm, swatted at it and realized it was a bat. It was later confirmed the animal was rabid. More>>

John Legend wants Louisiana to amend its constitution to remove 'white supremacy'

As part of his continued work in criminal justice reform, John Legend is calling on Louisiana to change its constitution. More>>

Brooks Koepka: Golf's hot property and the struggle to be famous

He's the hottest golfer on the planet, though you might struggle to recognize him. More>>

Lennon and McCartney sons come together for selfie

Hey Jude, John Lennon and Paul McCartney's kids are friends. More>>

NASSCO delivers layoff notices to 1,500 workers

San Diego shipbuilder General Dynamics NASSCO has notified nearly 1,500 workers that they could be out of a job next month. More>>

Driver passed out behind wheel on freeway wakes up, leads police on pursuit

A driver passed out in a car rolling down a freeway off-ramp woke up and then led police on a brief pursuit before being arrested in the Allied Gardens area. More>>

After wreaking havoc in Africa, 'impossible to kill' crop-destroying worm reaches Asia

After leaving a trail of ruined crops in Africa and the Americas, an invasive worm has been found in India, prompting concern that it could have a devastating effect on the country's agriculture. More>>

Man walks 17 miles each way to work, locals raise money for car

Chris Kirkwood is 24 years old and works at the Bear Valley Market near Tehachapi. Some days he restocks shelves, some days he fills propane tanks and other days he cleans the bathroom. His boss says he's never missed a... More>>

Trump calls Omarosa a 'dog' in latest attack on ex-aide

President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman, the only African-American to have served in a senior role in the White House, as a "dog." More>>

The threat Turkey's crisis poses to the world

A dangerous mix of economic and political forces has triggered a crisis in Turkey and other emerging markets. More>>

Driver rescued from flood water, ticketed in Scottsdale

Cited under Arizona's Stupid Motorist Law and slammed with four tickets, one Valley driver learned a lesson near Miller Road and Thomas Road in Scottsdale Sunday night. More>>

Stephen Miller's uncle: 'I felt it was incumbent upon me to raise my voice' against administration's immigration policy

David Glosser, uncle to White House senior adviser Stephen Miller, defended an editorial excoriating his nephew and the administration's immigration policy Tuesday, telling CNN, "I felt it was incumbent upon me to raise my... More>>

Eco-friendly open-air urinals cause uproar in Paris

An attempt by officials in Paris to tackle public urination by installing open-air urinals, or "uritrottoirs," has outraged some residents of the French capital. More>>

Community talks housing for homeless after university closes homeless campsite

A little over 100 people are expected to be misplaced once the University of Arkansas closes a popular homeless campsite on School Ave and 19th. More>>

7 Works of art stolen from Phoenix gallery

A Phoenix art gallery says someone stole more than $4,000 in artwork and caused more than $5,000 in damage to a nearby business during an apparent getaway. More>>

Congressional black caucus chair blasts proposed superdelegate changes

The chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus blasted proposed changes to Democratic "superdelegate" rules that would limit their ability to vote on the first ballot for the party's presidential nominees. More>>

Phoenix woman kills backyard rattlesnake, eats it

A Phoenix woman and her family found a rattlesnake slithering around her backyard and took matters into her own hands to protect her two dogs. She said she hit it on the head with a shovel, and afterward, her dad suggested... More>>

Judge orders MPD to release body cam video

Meredith Corporation, the owner of WALA FOX10 News, has just received word that it has won a lawsuit in pursuit for transparency from the city of Mobile, which means the city's police department will be required to release... More>>

The West cannot afford losing Turkey to Russia and Iran

Turkey's national currency, the lira, has tumbled by nearly 40% against the US dollar so far this year. More>>

Trump tweets on London 'terrorist attack' as investigation gets underway

President Donald Trump on Tuesday again seized on what he called a "terrorist attack" in London to call for tougher anti-terror measures, even though the incident was still in the early stages of investigation. More>>

Selfie violence and illegal bathing at Rome's Trevi Fountain

The quest for the perfect Instagram is a pursuit many of us are familiar with -- but hopefully you wouldn't take it as far as these selfie-takers. More>>

Tesla: Not clear yet whether Elon Musk's plan to go private makes sense

Tesla isn't on board with CEO Elon Musk's plan to take the company private, at least not yet. More>>

Tottenham Hotspur delays stadium opening over safety concerns

English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur has been forced to postpone the opening of its new stadium over "issues with the critical safety systems." More>>

Florida man threatened people 3 different times before shooting man in 'stand your ground' case

The man charged with manslaughter after shooting another man in a Clearwater, Florida, convenience store parking lot has a history of threatening drivers, according to documents from the Pinellas County Circuit Court. More>>

Former Ohio State assistant Zach Smith says he kept 2013 arrest secret from head coach Urban Meyer

Former Ohio State wide receivers coach Zach Smith says he kept a 2013 arrest secret from Buckeyes head coach Urban Meyer, according to his attorney. More>>

The world's first professional fantasy football league uses blockchain technology

A serial entrepreneur wants to create the world's first professional fantasy football league, and he thinks the blockchain -- yes, the blockchain -- is the best way to keep everyone honest as they compete for real money. More>>

Florida governor declares emergency over red tide for 7 counties

Florida Gov. Rick Scott issued an executive order Monday declaring a state of emergency for seven counties dealing with an unusually lengthy red tide algae bloom that has killed thousands of marine animals, his office said. More>>

Facebook to broadcast La Liga games for free in India

Facebook has struck a landmark deal with Spain's top soccer league to broadcast its matches in India. More>>

Coca Cola is fighting Gatorade by investing in BodyArmor

Coca-Cola is doubling its efforts to compete with Pepsi's Gatorade. More>>

Can 'detox teas' like Teami help you lose weight?

They call her "Cardi Bardi, banging body / Spicy mami, hot tamale" -- and she's got an image to maintain. More>>

Turkey's Erdogan pledges US electronics boycott, gets closer with Russia

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a boycott of American electronics Tuesday after US President Donald Trump's decision to hike tariffs on Turkish steel imports. More>>

What happens next in Turkey? It probably won't be good

The worst may be yet to come for Turkey. More>>

South Korea is banning thousands of BMWs after engine fires

The South Korean government says thousands of BMWs will be banned from the country's roads after some vehicles caught fire. More>>

Carl Icahn abandons effort to kill Cigna's Express Scripts deal

Carl Icahn has given up on his attempt to sabotage Cigna's takeover of Express Scripts. More>>

China's 'Tesla-fighter' plans to go public in New York

As Elon Musk seeks to take Tesla private, a Chinese rival is getting ready to go public in the United States. More>>

Vermont's Christine Hallquist could be the country's first transgender governor

Christine Hallquist's bid to become the first transgender governor in American history -- and the first trans person elected to any statewide position in Vermont -- will face its first electoral hurdle on Tuesday in the... More>>

Sweden: Dozens of cars set on fire in 'very organized' operation

Around 80 cars were set on fire and a further 40 vandalized in the city of Gothenburg in western Sweden on Monday night, according to Hans Lippens, police spokesman for the country's western region. More>>

CNN poll: Most say Mueller should try to end investigation before Election Day

Two-thirds of Americans, including majorities across party lines, would like to see special counsel Robert Mueller try to finish the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election before voters go to the... More>>

Terrorist Attacks by Vehicle Fast Facts

Here is some background information on terror attacks involving vehicles used as deadly weapons by radicalized individuals or terror groups. More>>

Manafort emailed Kushner with recommendations for senior administration posts

Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is now officially part of the trove of evidence in Paul Manafort's criminal trial, as part of an email exchange with the former campaign chairman about potential senior... More>>

GOP lawmaker's son blasts father's role in Strzok saga, wants to flip his seat

The son of a prominent House Republican blasted his father's role in the saga leading up to FBI agent Peter Strzok's ouster, less than a day after he announced that he was supporting the Democratic candidate to succeed his... More>>

Timeline of what has happened in the New Mexico compound case

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