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Erin Moran on life after 'Happy Days' (1981)
In 1981, actress Erin Moran discussed what she would like to do once "Happy Days" ended. ... [Read More]
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First federal genital mutilation case in US
In the first federal case involving female genital mutilation in the US, two Michigan doctors and the wife of one of the doctors have been charged with performing the banned procedure. ... [Read More]
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Women scientists show their force at science march
Women scientists from across all walks of life shared messages of what they'd like to tell other women in their fields. ... [Read More]
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Taliban attack kills, injures more than 100
The Taliban's deadly raid on a northern army base that killed or wounded more than 100 people was revenge for the deaths of two of its officials in the region, a spokesman for the group told CNN. ... [Read More]
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Undocumented mom named to Time 100
Jeanette Vizguerra, an undocumented mother of four who has been living in a Denver church since February, has been named one of 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine. ... [Read More]
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'O'Reilly Factor's' awkward final show
The final episode of "The O'Reilly Factor" aired without any reference to the sexual harassment allegations against fired host Bill O'Reilly. ... [Read More]
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Video shows altercation on flight
American Airlines is investigating after a video surfaced on social media showing a confrontation between a passenger and a flight attendant aboard one of its flights. ... [Read More]
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Marches for science take place around globe
On April 22, people took to the streets to march for science. Some marched in protest to President Trump's environmental and energy policies. ... [Read More]
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Mom deported to Mexico hopes to return to US
Emma Sanchez was deported back to Mexico in 2006 and has been separated from her husband and three children in the United States for a heartbreaking 11 years. ... [Read More]
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Gov. Scott praises wildfire recovery efforts
Thousands of Floridians are under mandatory evacuation orders as more than 115 wildfires scorch the state, the Florida Forest Service said. ... [Read More]
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Steve Ballmer data mines the U.S. government
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells Fareed what he learned about U.S. bureaucracy by scrupulously examining the government like a business. ... [Read More]
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Does the data mean the American dream is dead?
On GPS, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells Fareed what his data project, USAFacts, revealed about the lack of social mobility in the U.S. ... [Read More]
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GPS Web Extra: How long will Putin be in power?
Former Moscow correspondent Luke Harding tells Fareed why he thinks Putin's presidency will "go on and on." ... [Read More]
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Harding on investigating Putin's wealth
Guardian foreign correspondent Luke Harding tells Fareed how Putin uses proxies, like a cellist with a $2 billion bank account, to hide his enormous wealth. ... [Read More]
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How French terror attack will change election
Will the shooting on the Champs-Elysées spur far-right Marine Le Pen to victory? On GPS, French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy says no. ... [Read More]
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On GPS: Is the world witnessing peak populism?
The Economist's Zanny Minton Beddos on what the anti-establishments candidates vying for France's presidency mean for the global rise of populism. ... [Read More]
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Bernard-Henri Levy: Le Pen "hates" France
Bernard-Henri Levy on says Marine Le Pen's "stupid joy" over endorsements by Trump & Putin hurt her chances in the French election. ... [Read More]
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On GPS: U.S. allies work to decipher "Trumpish"
Jochen Bittner on why many Western governments are trying to master "Trumpish" to maintain strong relations with the U.S. ... [Read More]
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Teacher captured in remote California cabin
Tad Cummins, the Tennessee teacher accused of running off with his 15-year-old student, was arrested outside a cabin in northern California. CNN's Sara Sidner has more. ... [Read More]
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Many of Trump's executive orders ineffective
CNN's Randi Kaye looks at whether or not President Donald Trump's executive orders really have any teeth. ... [Read More]
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Bill O'Reilly's relationship with Donald Trump
CNN's Brian Todd looks at the relationship between President Donald Trump and Bill O'Reilly. ... [Read More]
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Brie Larson, Armie Hammer on 'Free Fire' violence
The stars of the action comedy discuss the film's gun violence, as well as how they would hold up in a real life gun fight. ... [Read More]
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Panelist: Bush egged on Trump like frat boy
CNN commentator Tara Setmayer says that Billy Bush "egged on" Donald Trump when he made his infamous comment about being able to grope women because of his "star" status. ... [Read More]
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Trump recognizes player who isn't there
Some New England Patriots skipped their team's White House visit, so when President Trump recognized wide receiver Danny Amendola, he wasn't there. ... [Read More]
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Clinton slams Trump on LGBT rights
During a speech in New York, former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton warned that President Trump's administration could roll back progress on LGBT rights. ... [Read More]
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Scandals with million-dollar payouts
CNN's Randi Kaye looks at the scandals that have paid out millions of dollars. ... [Read More]
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How to stop mindless eating
Eating mindfully can help you lose weight and live longer, CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta says. ... [Read More]
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US and South Korea launch 'Max Thunder' drills
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports from Kunsan air base in South Korea where the US and South Korea's "Max Thunder" military exercises are underway. ... [Read More]
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Trump's South Korea history mishap
South Koreans were less than impressed by Donald Trump's recent comments that he learned from the Chinese President Xi Jinping that South Korea was part of China. ... [Read More]
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Man's deportation tests Trump's stance on DACA
Judge Gonzalo Curiel has been assigned to hear the case of a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient who alleges that he was improperly deported by immigration authorities. CNN's Rosa ... [Read More]
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Tillerson: Iran could follow North Korea path
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the Trump administration is reviewing the lifting of sanctions against Iran, arguing that the country remains a sponsor of terrorism. ... [Read More]
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Fox could have stopped subsequent assaults
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin raises the question of how many women would not have been subsequently harassed in the following decade if Fox News would have fired Bill O'Reilly after accuser Andrea Mackris cam... [Read More]
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Aaron Hernandez's rise to fame
Former New England Patriots star and convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez was found hanged in prison. CNN's Randi Kaye examines the rise and fall of the athlete. ... [Read More]
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Serena Williams confirms pregnancy rumors
A photo posted to the tennis star's Snapchat has the internet speculating that she might be pregnant. Williams' spokesperson later confirmed the pregnancy. ... [Read More]