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The US anti-missile system designed to mitigate the threat of North Korea's missiles will soon be operational, the top US commander in the Pacific said Wednesday.
Full Senate summoned for rare briefing at the White House on North Korea provocations. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
The first aircraft carrier designed and built in China was launched Wednesday amid streamers and champagne.
The White House is considering withdrawing from NAFTA in the coming days, though President Donald Trump has not yet decided how to proceed, two senior administration officials confirmed to CNN Wednesday.
An American and his family who were living in territory held by ISIS in Syria have been detained in Turkey, a senior Turkish official told CNN.
Islam and Ahmed met online, looking for their "happily ever after" through a Muslim dating site.
France has said that it has proof that the Syrian government was behind a chemical weapons attack in Syria earlier this month that killed 89 people.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is feeling bold.
It's official: Small is beautiful.
The Brazilian goalkeeper who was convicted of murder but released on a technicality in February, has been ordered back to jail.
Might the key to curing your slice lie in the age-old Japanese art form of manga?
Filmmaker Jonathan Demme, whose Oscar-winning thriller "The Silence of the Lambs" terrified audiences and introduced one of the most indelible villains in movie history, died Wednesday morning in New York. He was 73.
It is often hailed as the beacon of a civilized society -- but is democracy in danger of failing the very people it is supposed to protect?
The number of homicides in Baltimore this year is soaring -- reaching 100 before the end of April for the first time in nearly two decades -- and the mayor is asking the FBI for more help.
An artificial womb resembling a plastic bag has been used to keep premature lambs alive for four weeks outside of their own mother's womb and could one day be applied to premature babies.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has begun an unprecedented series of space dives that will see it plunge through the icy rings of Saturn, in the final phase of its 20-year mission.
The mortality rate for American mothers has more than doubled in the past 25 years. Kelly Wallace explains why.
United Airlines has taken another blow to its image after a giant, apparently healthy rabbit died following a transcontinental flight.
Pope Francis is paying a year's rent for a private beach near Rome so a charity can help people with disabilities enjoy the sea and sun, according to the group that manages the program.
For all the talk about Pope Francis' techno-savvy -- and 10 million Twitter followers ain't bad for a 80-year-old churchman -- he doesn't seem sold on Silicon Valley's endless promises.
It is common knowledge supported by health experts, the American Heart Association and the World Heart Federation: Eating saturated fats will cause plaque to build up in the arteries, which then harden, and ultimately leads to coronary heart disease. To prevent heart disease, the association and federation both recommend a diet low in saturated fats, the animal-based fats found in beef, pork, chicken, butter and cheese, among other foods.
When the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty 40 years ago, it imposed an important limitation on its use. Because an execution is "unique in its severity and irrevocability," it must be reserved for the worst of the worst -- society's most morally blameworthy defendants.
Seu Luiz has worked on half a dozen ranch farms on Brazil's agricultural frontier. But after toiling on one for two years without pay, he hopes to never go back.
Her serve was on. She ripped returns for winners, celebrating with a clenched pumped fist.
It's easy to travel the world and feel oddly at home, particularly if you're in one of the planet's 24,000 Starbucks.
Training horses can be a tough, exhausting business, so what better than a nice day at the beach? But wait! There's more to it than just sand, sun and fun.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin was riding high on Wednesday afternoon. He was in the midst of unveiling President Donald Trump's tax proposal, a plan that he had promised would be "the biggest tax cut and the largest tax reform in the history of our country."
The Senate judiciary committee announced Wednesday that it has scheduled a hearing for May 3 with testimony from FBI Director James Comey.
President Donald Trump seems to have spent his first 97 days in near-constant motion.
When it comes to M. Night Shyamalan films, nothing ever happens by chance.
Energy drinks may be popular -- the global energy drink market was worth $39 billion in 2013 and is forecast to reach $61 billion by 2021 -- but they have gotten a bad rep among health experts.
A new mural of former first lady Michelle Obama, painted on a building in the Chicago neighborhood where she lived as a child and remains popular, would seem like an innocuous project.
It could be a story out of Greek mythology: three men and a woman setting out on horseback to ride across Europe in 100 days. Tagging along with them is a rider-less steed named after the Greek messenger of the gods, Hermes.
He's already been gifted three acres of land and a Companion Order of Fiji -- but now Ben Ryan, hailed as a national hero after guiding the Fiji sevens team to the country's first Olympic medal, has been commemorated on limited-edition currency.
Showing that a lack of opossable thumbs is no barrier to finding love in the twenty-first century, Sudan has joined Tinder in a global bid to save the northern white rhino.
The funny thing about tension on the Korean Peninsula is that the further away from it one is, the closer to war it appears.
What we have learned about Donald Trump's leanings on tax policy make them Exhibit A in his bait-and-switch presidency. Although he was elected as a man of the people, Trump's tax reform plans make it clear that he is serving as a baron for billionaires.
Trump's bellicose talk about rogue nations including North Korea and Iran isn't likely to yield dramatic changes -- unless he's willing to negotiate, write Aaron David Miller and Richard Sokolsky
It was a year ago when a young woman stopped me in a neighborhood shop. She gazed at my stroller and started crying. She told me how lucky I was to be married with kids.
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