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Myanmar's Suu Kyi addresses Rohingya crisis
Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi spoke out in a televised address to the nation as more than 400,000 minority Rohingya have fled violence in the country's northern Rakhine State. ... [Read More]
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Jack Johnson's political and social commentary
The usually mellow pro surfer-turned-acoustic singer takes on politics in his latest album "All the Light Above It Too." ... [Read More]
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Jack Johnson performance
The acoustic guitarist plays his new single, "My Mind Is For Sale." ... [Read More]
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See Linkin Park singer 36 hours before his death
Chester Bennington's wife shared a video of him on Twitter taken 36 hours before his death. ... [Read More]
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Georgia Tech police fatally shoot student
Georgia Tech police shot Scout (Scott) Schultz, a 21-year-old computer engineering major who was president of the Georgia Tech Pride Alliance. ... [Read More]
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Aung San Suu Kyi addresses nation on Rohingya crisis
In a national address, Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi says the country wants to know why hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh. ... [Read More]
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Georgia Tech student fatally shot by police
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the fatal shooting of a Georgia Tech student by campus police after the student was confronted about carrying a knife. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.... [Read More]
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Country music star helps rescue teen brothers
An incredible tale of survival for two boys has a happy ending courtesy of country music star Kenny Chesney. CNN's Sara Sidner reports. ... [Read More]
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US, South Korea plan defense against N. Korea
CNN's Ian Lee gives an exclusive look at a US-unit in South Korea designed to limit the damage to Seoul from North Korea's weapons in the event of war. ... [Read More]
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Christian Louboutin's 'rules for life'
Wake up early to exercise, never be late, love yourself -- these are just some some of the values that the designer lives by. ... [Read More]
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Startup accused of cultural insensitivity
After Fast Company published an article about Bodega, a startup trying to "make bodegas and mom-and-pop corner stores obsolete," Twitter users were quick to criticize the brand and accuse them of bein... [Read More]
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Refugee: Government forces are torturing us
CNN's Alexandra Field explores Bangladesh's overcrowded Rohingya refugee camp where supplies are limited and circumstances are dire. ... [Read More]
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CNN10 - 09/18/17
World leaders gear up for a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly, we quiz you on the U.S. Constitution, and a CNN Hero helps orphans in South Africa. ... [Read More]
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Disc jockey a voice for those affected by Irma
CNN's Michael Holmes speaks with a disc jockey who has become a voice for all those on the Caribbean islands who used the station to get needed information. ... [Read More]
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Tillerson: US possibly closing Havana embassy
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the US is considering closing its embassy in Havana, Cuba. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports. ... [Read More]
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19-year-old woman dies in hotel freezer
Police have released portions of surveillance video showing Kenneka Jenkins staggering alone through a Chicago hotel before her body was found a day later in a hotel freezer. ... [Read More]
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WH denies change on Paris climate deal
The White House is denying that it has changed its position on the Paris climate agreement. CNN's Athena Jones and Boris Sanchez report. ... [Read More]
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Black Lives Matter on stage at opposing rally
A speaker at the Mother of All Rallies event in Washington invited a group of Black Lives Matter supporters on stage. ... [Read More]
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Jury: Teen in 'Slenderman' case mentally ill
One of the two teens who was charged with attempted second-degree intentional homicide in the May 2014 stabbing of her classmate, was found not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect in Waukesha... [Read More]
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Stockley speaks out
Former police officer Jason Stockley, who was acquitted of first-degree murder in the 2011 shooting death of black driver Anthony Lamar Smith, spoke to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch about the case. ... [Read More]
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Crayola unveils its newest crayon color
Crayola announced the name of a new blue crayon this week: "Bluetiful," which beat out four other names with 40% of the vote in an online naming contest launched in July. ... [Read More]
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Breitbart: Trump voters burning MAGA hats
President Trump is facing backlash from conservatives who are unhappy with his actions regarding DACA. ... [Read More]
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Teen girl dies in hotel freezer
Police have released portions of surveillance video showing Kenneka Jenkins staggering alone through a Chicago hotel before her body was found a day later in a hotel freezer. ... [Read More]
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Actor Harry Dean Stanton dies at 91
Harry Dean Stanton, the longtime character actor whose face had its own unique character, has died at 91, according to his agent, John S. Kelly. CNN's Boris Sanchez reports. ... [Read More]
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Chainsaw-wielding nun helps clear Irma debris
Sister Margaret Ann of Miami speaks with CNN's Erin Burnett about her decision to grab a chainsaw and get to work clearing debris in her city following Hurricane Irma. ... [Read More]
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Tropical Storm Maria threatening Caribbean
Tropical Storm Maria formed Saturday in the western Atlantic Ocean, prompting a hurricane watch for areas battered by Hurricane Irma last week. ... [Read More]
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On GPS: Aung San Suu Kyi & Rohingya crisis
Why hasn't Myanmar's leader, Nobel laureate Aung Sang Suu Kyi, stopped attacks on Rohingya Muslims? Fraser Nelson says she doesn't control the government. ... [Read More]
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Neil deGrasse Tyson on trusting scientists
Astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, tells Fareed that disputing established scientific facts spells the end of an informed democracy. ... [Read More]
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London witness: Flames rose to the ceiling
Witness Chris Wildish describes to CNN's Hala Gorani what he saw the moment an improvised explosive device exploded on a London Underground train. ... [Read More]
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Panelist: Hill did not 'speak an untruth'
Former South Carolina State House Member Bakari Sellers defends ESPN correspondent Jemele Hill's Twitter comments about President Donald Trump. ... [Read More]
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What it's really like to be inside North Korea
CNN's Will Ripley has visited North Korea 11 times - one of the few journalists to do so. Here, he reveals what it's really like inside the closed country. ... [Read More]
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How the Kim dynasty has shaped North Korea
Kim Jong Un, his father and grandfather have ruled North Korea since 1948, steering the country through war, famine and nuclear tests. ... [Read More]
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Inside a North Korean home
CNN's Will Ripley gets a rare glimpse inside a typical North Korean apartment and shows an insight into everyday life. ... [Read More]
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Hurricane Irma wrecks St. Martin
As CNN's Clarissa Ward reports, residents of St. Martin are working to rebuild their lives after Hurricane Irma. ... [Read More]