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Trump puts big-game trophy decision on hold
President Donald Trump has put a decision about big-game trophies on hold and said on Twitter, "until such time as I review all conservation facts." ... [Read More]
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Anthony Bourdain travels to Seattle
Anderson Cooper and Anthony Bourdain sat down at Chomp Chomp in New York City to talk about the next "Parts Unknown" episode in Seattle. ... [Read More]
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Who are the Rohingya and why are they fleeing?
Considered to be some of the most persecuted people in the world, the Rohingya are fleeing their homes in Myanmar. Find out why. ... [Read More]
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On GPS: What comes after the caliphate?
Author Salman Rushdie on how the military defeat of ISIS could lead to more low tech attacks, but "the tide has swung against that kind of fanaticism." ... [Read More]
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Trump sips water during speech like Rubio
During his speech from the White House, President trump stopped to drink water. Remind you of anyone? CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. ... [Read More]
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Watch GoPro film its own lava death
A GoPro records its own destruction as it is submerged in lava in a Hawaiian volcano. ... [Read More]
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The devastating effects of Mugabe's Land Reform
Mugabe's Fast Track Land Reform crippled Zimbabwe's economy, which was once considered the breadbasket of Africa. ... [Read More]
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House passes GOP tax bill; Fate in Senate unclear
CNN's Phil Mattingly reports on the GOP effort to pass major tax reform. ... [Read More]
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Dem strategist: If Trump calls for Moore to step down, he should too
CNN Political commentators Amanda Carpenter and Symone Sanders weigh in on the latest in the Roy Moore scandal. ... [Read More]
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U.N. official: Rape used as weapon in Myanmar
CNN's Kristie Lu Stout speaks with U.N. special representative Pramila Patten about sexual violence against the Rohingya minority. ... [Read More]
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Inside DC's Museum of the Bible
The Museum of the Bible is a massive new museum in Washington DC. ... [Read More]
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Sens. Hatch, Brown in tax bill shouting match
Sen. Hatch and Sen. Brown got into a yelling match over the GOP tax bill during a committee meeting. ... [Read More]
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Cardona: Trump tweets highlight hypocrisy
In a panel discussion, CNN political contributor Maria Cardona says that President Trump's tweets about Al Franken highlights the hypocrisy and lack of moral leadership from Trump. ... [Read More]
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Evening news briefing from CNN
Evening news briefing from CNN on Thursday, November 16. ... [Read More]
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Tillerson under fire for turmoil at State Dept.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is facing a wave of withering bipartisan criticism that his effort to reform the State Department is instead spurring an exodus of talent that undermines American dipl... [Read More]
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Panelist: Pain of women being harassed must be seen & acknowledged
Amanda Carpenter, former spokeswoman for Ted Cruz applauded Leeann Tweeden coming out and talking about her alleged experience of sexual misconduct at the hands of Al Franken. ... [Read More]
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Attorney: Never seen Moore act inappropriately
Roy Moore's attorney Phillip Jauregui says he has been around Moore and an "excess of 10,000 different ladies" and has never seen him act "remotely inappropriately." ... [Read More]
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11 times Trump threatened Clinton with prison
Pres. Trump has learned that the promises he made as a candidate to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton might be difficult. ... [Read More]
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Darkest thing on earth helps see into space
A UK company has created a substance that can absorb 99.9% of all light, and it's changing everything from art to space exploration.   ... [Read More]
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Trump's sip of water goes viral
President Trump's pause for water during a speech sparked immediate reaction. He relentlessly mocked Sen. Marco Rubio for a similar moment in 2013. ... [Read More]
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Moore attorney invokes anchor's background
An attorney for Roy Moore compared Moore's dating habits to arranged marriage and suggested that MSNBC host Ali Velshi's "background" would help him understand Moore's process. ... [Read More]
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WaPo: Two more women accuse Moore
Two more women accuse Senate GOP candidate Roy Moore of unwanted advances at an Alabama mall when they were teenagers, according to the Washington Post. ... [Read More]
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Wrongfully convicted man free after 29 years
Arthur Brown, 66, was wrongfully convicted of arson and double murder in 1990 in Chicago. On November 14, 29 years later, Brown was released from prison. ... [Read More]
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Rose McGowan surrenders to authorities
Actress Rose McGowan turned herself in to authorities in Loudoun County, Virginia, in response to an arrest warrant on charges of drug possession. McGowan said she will plead not guilty ... [Read More]
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Sen. Whitehouse blast Trump's judicial nominee
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse discusses his concerns with President Trump's judicial nominees, especially one who has no trial experience. ... [Read More]
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Zimbabwe soldier: 'Not a military takeover'
A man wearing full Zimbabwean military uniform interrupted taped programming on state television broadcaster ZBC to deny the military was taking over the country. ... [Read More]
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Zimbabwe soldier: 'Not a military takeover'
A man wearing full Zimbabwean military uniform interrupted taped programming on state television broadcaster ZBC to deny the military was taking over the country. ... [Read More]
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Zimbabwe military: We are not taking over
The military in Zimbabwe is denying a takeover, instead a military spokesman interrupted State TV, declaring they are trying to "pacify" the political crisis. CNN's Farai Sevenzo reports. ... [Read More]
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Zimbabwe military: We are not taking over
The military in Zimbabwe is denying a takeover, instead a military spokesman interrupted State TV, declaring they are trying to "pacify" the political crisis. CNN's Farai Sevenzo reports. ... [Read More]
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Evening news briefing from CNN
Evening news briefing from CNN on Tuesday, November 14. ... [Read More]
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Evening news briefing from CNN
Evening news briefing from CNN on Tuesday, November 14. ... [Read More]
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Cooper breaks down Sessions' recollection
During a contentious House judiciary hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified that he remembers the meeting with George Papadopoulos, but his memory about conversations is limited. ... [Read More]
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Cooper breaks down Sessions' recollection
During a contentious House judiciary hearing, Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified that he remembers the meeting with George Papadopoulos, but his memory about conversations is limited. ... [Read More]