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ICE officers came for a Tennessee man. His neighbors stepped in to stop them

A man and his son avoided detention after their community banded together to protect them from ICE officers.

5 things to know for July 23: Budget agreement, UK leader, malaria

The third tropical system of the season has formed of the Florida coast but not well organized. The Carolina's will also be experiencing severe weather throughout the day. Pedram Javaheri has the track for TD #3 and the latest severe weather forecast.

Grocery store employee missing for 10 years found behind store's cooler

Workers removing shelves and coolers from a former No Frills Supermarket in Iowa, discovered the remains of Larry Ely Murillo-Moncada, a former employee who had been reported missing November 28, 2009.

Arrest made in death of 21-year-old University of Mississippi student found dead near a lake, local media say

Alexandria Kostial, a University of Mississippi student who was found dead near Oxford over the weekend may have been a victim of foul play, according to CNN affiliate WMC.

Morehouse College staffer put on leave while school investigates sexual misconduct accusations

A student posted a video on Twitter claiming he was assaulted by a Morehouse College employee. Multiple employees are now under investigation for misconduct.

When a man's tire blew out and his car rolled over, a group of strangers saved him

A driver is lucky to be alive after a tire on his truck blew out, causing the vehicle to go belly-up.

Ex-Miss Michigan says pageant dethroned her for conservative views

Kathy Zhu, who won the title of Miss Michigan 2019, was stripped of her crown over tweets pageant organizers found offensive. Zhu defends her tweets to CNN's Alisyn Camerota.

Robert Morgenthau, longtime Manhattan DA and 'Law & Order' inspiration, dies at 99

During an 2009 interview with CNN, former Manhattan district attorney Robert Morgenthau said he made a promise to devote to life to public service after his ship sank while serving in the Navy during WWII.

How the city that never sleeps kept going when the lights went out

After a widespread power outage in New York, cast members from Broadway musical "Come From Away" held an impromptu performance outside their darkened theater.

How the city that never sleeps kept going when the lights went out

Thousands of fans attending a Jennifer Lopez concert at Madison Square Garden were left in the dark after a power outage struck parts of Manhattan.

On the exact same day 42 years ago, a New York power outage turned into a crime rampage

People cheer as power is restored in the middle of a news conference held by Con Edison to address the blackout affecting parts of Manhattan.

New York's power is restored after Manhattan spent hours in the dark

Tens of thousands of people were without power in New York, resulting in power outages in some of the city's subway stations and digital billboards in Times Square being darkened.

Man accused of hurling incendiary devices at Washington ICE facility fatally shot by police

An armed man was fatally shot during a confrontation with police after he hurled incendiary devices at a Washington state immigration detention center, Tacoma police said.

Man accused of hurling incendiary devices at Washington ICE facility fatally shot by police

With ICE announcing raids in 9 US cities, some with pending deportation orders seeking legal relief have been taking refuge in houses of worship.

A Georgia couple is sued by a white tenant who says she was evicted after having African American guests

A white woman in North Georgia has filed a housing discrimination suit against landlords who she says evicted her because she had black guests over for a play date with her daughters.

Police say a crowd took the law into their own hands, beat to death a man who stole a car with kids inside

In an apparent act of mob justice, a man was beaten to death after he allegedly tried to steal a car with three children inside, Philadelphia police said. CNN's Michael Smerconish discusses the case with criminal defense attorney William Brennan.

Barry moves deeper into Louisiana with more rain on the way

Barry made landfall along the coast of Louisiana as a hurricane, then weakened slightly to a tropical storm. CNN's Chad Myers has the latest forecast.

Police say a crowd took the law into their own hands, beat to death a man who stole a car with kids inside

After a man tried to steal a car with three children inside, a crowd in Philadelphia beat the man to death, police say.

Tropical Storm Barry begins to lash Gulf Coast states

Hurricane conditions are likely tonight as Tropical Storm Barry strengthens, with landfall expected over Louisiana Saturday morning.

Two men are arrested after attacking their mother's killer in court

Two sons of a murder victim charged at her killer during his court sentencing. Dale Williams pleaded guilty to the murder of his ex-girlfriend, Elizabeth Pledger-Stewart.

A deputy pulled over a car for speeding. That traffic stop saved a 12-day-old baby's life

A South Carolina sheriff's deputy named Will Kimbro pulled over a car for speeding and wound up saving a 12-day-old baby's life after it had stopped breathing.

34 cannabis plants found growing in flower beds at the Vermont Capitol

After a visitor to the Vermont Capitol spotted possible cannabis plants growing in the flower beds on the front lawn, an officer inspected the plants and found what is believed to be 34 hemp or marijuana plants that are too young to differentiate.

A traffic stop turns up whiskey, a gun and a rattlesnake, police say -- and that was before they found the uranium

A routine traffic stop for an expired tag escalated when police in Guthrie, Oklahoma, found a gun, a rattlesnake and a canister of radioactive powdered uranium.

Washington cornerback Josh Norman leaped over a bull in Pamplona

Washington cornerback Josh Norman leaped over a bull in Pamplona, Spain.

Workers smelled gas before an explosion leveled a North Carolina KFC

The massive explosion leveled the building and was felt up to two miles away

A dad saved his 8-year-old daughter's life before he drowned at a Florida beach

A man visiting southwest Florida drowned after saving his 8-year-old daughter from a rip current, officials say.

Barry is a triple threat of storm surge, high rivers and flooding as it gets closer to the Louisiana coast

Tropical Storm Barry slightly strengthens as it crawls toward Louisiana. Heavy flooding and storm surge are the key components. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the details.

People and animals evacuated as raging fire burns 3,000 acres in Maui

A raging blaze led to evacuations of people and animals in parts of Maui as firefighters battled to keep it away from residential areas, Hawaii officials said.

Watch the US Coast Guard board a narco-sub carrying 16,000 pounds of cocaine

The US Coast Guard seized more than $500 million in drugs over the past 2 months as part of an organized crime investigation.

A sunken Soviet nuclear submarine is leaking unusually high levels of radiation

A nuclear submarine, called Komsomolets, sunk in the Norwegian Sea in 1989. Researchers say it is emitting abnormally high levels of radiation.

Miami's Little Haiti wasn't a target for developers. Until the seas started to rise.

In the age of rising sea levels, elevation is everything. CNN's Bill Weir explores how climate gentrification affects working class communities.

At least 35 people injured on Air Canada flight headed to Australia

At least 35 passengers were injured after an Air Canada flight on its way to Sydney encountered turbulence. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.

A Burger King manager was told to 'go back to Mexico' for speaking Spanish in a Florida fast food restaurant

Two unidentified women were filmed criticizing a Burger King manager after he spoke in Spanish to an employee.

The women of NASA are looking to the lunar horizon

Holly Ridings, the first female chief flight director at NASA, recounts how watching the Challenger tragedy as a child inspired her to pursue a career advancing space exploration.

The women of NASA are looking to the lunar horizon

NASA's exploration mission analysis lead Nujoud Merancy works to enable spaceflight far beyond the moon. She takes us inside Orion - the exploration vehicle that will allow humans to travel further, and for longer, than ever before.

Workers smelled gas before an explosion leveled a North Carolina KFC

A KFC restaurant in Eden, North Carolina, was destroyed by a suspected gas explosion. No one was injured and the cause is being investigated.

A California officer fatally shot a 17-year-old girl. Days later, the teen's family still doesn't know why

A family is seeking answers after a teen was fatally shot on a highway while driving in Anaheim, California.

New alleged victim of Jeffrey Epstein says he raped her when she was 15

Jennifer Araoz said during an interview with the "Today Show" on NBC that she was raped by multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein when she was 15-years-old in 2002. Epstein is charged in New York with operating a sex-trafficking enterprise between 2002 and 2005. He has pleaded not guilty.

5 things to know for July 10: Alex Acosta, 2020 Census, the Bible, Ross Perot

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler comments on Labor Secretary Alex Acosta's involvement in a 2008 plea agreement for multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein when he was a US attorney in Miami.

A police officer used his Taser on an NFL lineman during an arrest. Then the player tried to tackle him

Former Michigan State football star, Malik McDowell, was charged with simple assault of a police officer, operating while under the influence, obstructing justice and driving with a suspended license after police in Michigan pulled him over in February.

5 things to know for July 10: Alex Acosta, 2020 Census, the Bible, Ross Perot

Emmy Award-winning actor Rip Torn, who starred in "Men in Black" and HBO's "The Larry Sanders Show," has died, his publicist said. He was 88.

A Delta flight was forced to make an emergency landing when one of the plane's engines failed

A Delta flight had to make an emergency landing in Raleigh, North Carolina, due to engine problems. Hear passengers describe the frightening experience.

Megan Rapinoe says fight for equality in women's soccer is much more than about money. It's about investment in the sport

US Women's National Team soccer player Megan Rapinoe says that President Donald Trump's message is excluding some Americans, including those that support him.

What we know about the agreement at the heart of Jeffrey Epstein's defense

A Miami Herald investigation has led to scrutiny of Labor Secretary Alex Acosta's oversight of Jeffrey Epstein's 2008 plea deal when Acosta was serving as a US Attorney in Miami.

Grandfather didn't dangle baby from cruise ship window. This is not the 'Michael Jackson story,' says family attorney

An 18-month-old girl died after falling from a window on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship. The family's attorney wants to hold the cruise line accountable.

Grandfather didn't dangle baby from cruise ship window. This is not the 'Michael Jackson story,' says family attorney

An American toddler fell to her death from the deck of a Royal Caribbean cruise ship docked in San Juan, Puerto Rico, a spokesman for the local Port Authority said. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

All 21 of Mississippi's beaches are closed because of toxic algae

The blue-green algae bloom that's closing beaches in Mississippi can cause rashes, stomach cramps, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.

A shark was swallowed whole during a rarely seen deep-sea feast

A rare video from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration captures the moment a wreckfish ambushes and swallows a whole shark.

World Cup champ Rose Lavelle dressed up like Mia Hamm when she was a kid

Women's World Cup champions Rose Lavelle and Kelley O'Hara discuss their win with CNN's Poppy Harlow amid their fight for equal pay.

Rose Bowl statue will honor '99 women's soccer team 20 years after legendary World Cup win

Women's World Cup champions Rose Lavelle and Kelley O'Hara discuss their win with CNN's Poppy Harlow amid their fight for equal pay.

A baby died in a fire and several other children were injured while their mothers were out clubbing

An 8-month-old baby girl died and several other children were hospitalized after a fire broke out in a Nashville apartment while their mothers were out at a nightclub, according to police.

A white father called police on a black man in San Francisco. Both men speak out on the confrontation

A man who called police on a black man on the Fourth of July said he did not unfairly target the man based on his race.

5 things to know for July 9: Kim Darroch, Jeffrey Epstein, Hong Kong, tropical system

President Donald Trump said Monday that the White House will no longer deal with British Ambassador to the US Kim Darroch after he said that the administration was "inept" and "clumsy."

A woman who encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself has filed an appeal with the Supreme Court

Michelle Carter, convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the 2014 suicide death of her boyfriend, is sentenced to 15 months in prison.

USGS video shows thousands of earthquakes in the past week

A USGS animation shows a large outbreak of earthquakes in California in early July. Most recently, a 6.4 magnitude and a 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Southern California.

Jeffrey Epstein operated a vast sex-trafficking network of underage girls who recruited other victims, prosecutors say

Federal prosecutors in New York unsealed a criminal indictment charging multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein with having operated a sex trafficking ring in which he sexually abused dozens of underage girls, allegations that have circulated around the politically connected businessman for years. CNN's Brynn Gingras reports.

These ESPY moments were as much about humanity as they were athletics

The US Women's National Soccer Team hasn't stopped celebrating since winning their fourth World Cup.

'I don't care if I was burning': Heroic uncle rescues his 8-year-old niece from a house fire

20-year-old uncle Derrick Byrd suffered second and third degree burns after running into a raging house fire in Aberdeen, Washington, to save his niece.

A Detroit festival charged white people $20 and black people $10, then they got hit with backlash

A Detroit music festival says it reversed its decision to charge white people more for tickets than black and brown people because they received threats.

Here's some fun (and not-so-fun) facts for International Chocolate Day

Chocolate can have a number of positive effects on your brain. CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains.

Why the Jeffrey Epstein charges came now, more than a decade later

Federal prosecutors in New York unsealed a criminal indictment charging multi-millionaire Jeffrey Epstein with having operated a sex trafficking ring in which he sexually abused dozens of underage girls.

The shocking moment lightning struck a boat in South Boston

The moment a sailboat was struck by lightning at a Boston dock was caught on camera.

A pretrial hearing in Kevin Spacey's indecent assault case may bring the actor and his accuser face to face

Actor Kevin Spacey has a pretrial hearing where he could come face-to-face with his accuser. CNN's Jean Casarez reports this comes as the legal teams argue over a missing cell phone.

US women's soccer team will be regaled with a ticker tape parade Wednesday in NYC

Sports analyst Christine Brennan joins Jake Tapper on the development and rise of American women's sports and President Trump's feud with the captain of the U.S. women's soccer team.

Starbucks apologizes after six officers say they were asked to leave a store in Arizona

Starbucks issued a public apology to officers with the Tempe Police Department in Arizona after several officers were approached by a barista who told the officers that a customer "did not feel safe" because of their presence.

5 things to know for July 8: Women's World Cup, Iran, California earthquakes

Florida-based billionaire Jeffrey Epstein has been indicted on new charges related to alleged sex crimes involving minors, law enforcement sources told CNN. Epstein was arrested Saturday and is expected to appear in federal court in New York on Monday.

A Florida man is found dead with 100 dog bites after taking a shortcut to get home

Melvin Olds Jr., 45, was attacked after he took a shortcut to get home near Lake Placid. His body was found the same day with more than 100 dog bites, according to the Highlands County Sheriff's Office.

Happy birthday, Alelia Murphy! The oldest woman in the United States turns 114

Alelia Murphy, considered to be the oldest living person in the US, celebrates her 114th birthday.

At least 23 people injured in apparent gas explosion at a Florida shopping center

Police respond to a possible explosion at a shopping center in Plantation, Florida. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.

Earthquakes put Ridgecrest residents on edge: 'Nobody in this town has slept for days'

CNN's Paul Vercammen describes the scene following an earthquake in Southern California.

Earthquakes put Ridgecrest residents on edge: 'Nobody in this town has slept for days'

Videos show water sway out of pools and shaking light fixtures after a 7.1 earthquake hit southern California.

Earthquakes put Ridgecrest residents on edge: 'Nobody in this town has slept for days'

CNN affiliate KCAL/KCBS news anchors were live on air when a 7.1 earthquake struck California.

Fires break out after another powerful earthquake hits near Ridgecrest in Southern California

A 7.1-magnitude earthquake hit Southern California, marking the second one near Ridgecrest in less than two days.

Explosion damages dorms at University of Nevada, Reno campus

All classes at the University of Nevada, Reno, were canceled following an explosion that damaged a residence hall on campus.

Contractor says suspect in killing of Utah college student asked him to build a secret room

The body of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck has been found in a canyon north of Salt Lake City, police said. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

A lightning strike during a South Carolina holiday celebration leaves one person dead and 11 hurt

A lightning strike killed one person and left several injured during a Fourth of July celebration in South Carolina.

Hundreds of baby sea turtles stole the show at a Florida beach's fireworks display

A group a baby sea turtle hatchlings began making their way towards the ocean during Fourth of July celebrations in Fernandina Beach, Florida.

A malfunction caused a fireworks show for the ages in Kyle, Texas

A Fourth of July firework show in Texas took an unexpected turn after a malfunction set off numerous fireworks at the same time.

Mackenzie Lueck's body has been found, police say

The body of University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck has been found in a canyon north of Salt Lake City, police said.

Billionaire Chris Cline dies in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas, governor says

West Virginia coal billionaire and philanthropist Chris Cline died in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.

2 young children were life flighted after suspect fired a gun at their car, igniting the fireworks inside

Two young children and their parents were injured in an apparent "road rage incident" in Houston, when a suspect fired a gun at their car, igniting the fireworks inside.

A 28-year-old Nashville police officer was killed after a teen girl slammed her car into his

A 17-year-old driving without a license crashed into a Nashville police patrol car, killing the officer inside. Nashville police said the teen driver had just evaded a traffic stop attempt by another patrol car.

Three people were stabbed and at least 13 others were trampled leaving a fireworks display in Chicago

Three people were stabbed and 16 others were hospitalized after being trampled while exiting a fireworks display, Chicago Police said.

Billionaire Chris Cline dies in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas, governor says

West Virginia coal billionaire and philanthropist Chris Cline died in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas, the governor said.

A Virgin Atlantic flight makes an emergency landing in Boston after a cabin fire

A Virgin Atlantic flight headed to London from New York City was diverted to Boston after a small fire broke out in the first class cabin, a passenger said.

5 things to know for July 5: Fourth of July, Sudan, Chris Cline, California earthquake

President Trump opened his July 4th "Salute to America" event by thanking the armed forces and highlighting key events in US history.

5 things to know for July 5: Fourth of July, Sudan, Chris Cline, California earthquake

Washington, DC, always puts on a show for the Fourth of July, but for the first time this year, President Donald Trump personally planned and threw together his own Independence Day event.

5 things to know for July 5: Fourth of July, Sudan, Chris Cline, California earthquake

First weekend in July brings soggy conditions for many along the eastern and central US. CNN meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the forecast and who is affected.

Police find juvenile they say licked a tub of ice cream and put it back on the shelf

Police are looking for a woman who licked a half-gallon of Blue Bell ice cream and put it back on the shelf in a Walmart store in Lufkin, Texas.

A man walked into a plasma center and asked to use a restroom. Then he went on a stabbing rampage, police say

Petersburg Police Lt. Dustin Sloan says an investigation is underway after several people were stabbed at a plasma center in the Virginia city.

This app did not send an early warning about the California quake. Officials said it worked as designed

Two people who experienced the Ridgecrest earthquake in California share their stories with CNN.

After its largest earthquake in two decades, California might need to brace for another one in the next week

A preliminary magnitude 6.4 earthquake rattled parts of Southern California and was felt in Los Angeles. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

He's 100, she's about to turn 103, and they just got married

This centenarian couple shares how they met and fell in love inside a senior living facility.

Jared Lorenzen, former NFL quarterback, has died at 38

Former New York Giants quarterback Jared Lorenzen has died at the age of 38. CNN's Coy Wire has the details.

Texas teen mows an American flag design into his lawn in honor of soldier

Cameron Jones, 17, mowed an American flag into his own front lawn to commemorate the death of his friend and Army Pfc. Kevin Christian.

A teen was accused of rape, but a judge didn't want him tried as an adult because he 'comes from a good family'

A New Jersey judge was rebuked by an appellate court after saying that a teen accused of raping a girl at a party deserves leniency because he "comes from a good family."

Great white sharks are invading Cape Cod just in time for the Fourth of July

This video shows a curious shark swimming near the GoPro of researchers on a research trip near Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

DA drops all charges against a pregnant woman indicted in her baby's death after shooting in Alabama

An Alabama prosecutor has announced her decision to drop all charges against Marshae Jones, who was indicted in the death of her unborn child after being shot in the abdomen during a fight. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Florida is being overrun with iguanas. Homeowners are now allowed to kill them

A non-native species of iguanas in Florida is becoming so problematic that a government agency has told residents to kill them.

A Jim Beam warehouse filled with 45,000 barrels of bourbon caught fire

A Jim Beam warehouse in Kentucky caught fire, igniting around 45,000 barrels of spirits in a blaze that burned through the night.

Highway patrol pulled over a hearse in the HOV lane. The driver pointed to the back and asked, 'He doesn't count?'

Nevada Highway Patrol let a hearse driver off with a warning for driving solo in the carpool lane. Police said the driver asked if the corpse "in the back" qualified as an extra person -- the answer was no.

What is the #BottleCapChallenge and why is everyone doing it now?

Celebrities, including singer John Mayer and actor Jason Statham, attempt the bottle cap challenge over social media.

What is the #BottleCapChallenge and why is everyone doing it now?

John Mayer, Jason Statham, Ellie Goulding take viral challenge, plus Pharrell helps kids and a "Knives Out" preview.

5 things to know for July 3: Politics, Brazil, India, Lee Iacocca, Women's World Cup

The United States beat England 2-1 to advance to the Women's World Cup Final. Amanda Davies reports from Lyon, France

5 things to know for July 3: Politics, Brazil, India, Lee Iacocca, Women's World Cup

American automotive executive Lee Iacocca has died. He was 94.

5 things to know for July 3: Politics, Brazil, India, Lee Iacocca, Women's World Cup

The heat index values will reach triple digits across portions of the eastern US as the rain and storms ride the jetstream up and over the ridge of high pressure causing the heat wave. Ivan Cabrera has the latest forecast

A failed high school chemistry experiment results in nearly $60 million in damages

A New York jury has granted nearly $60 million in civil damages to a high school student who was severely burned in a 2014 class chemistry experiment. CNN's Michelle Kosinski has more.

A black hospital patient who was accused of stealing medical equipment speaks out

Shaquille Dukes, who was admitted to the hospital for pneumonia, was arrested while walking outside still hooked up to an IV. Dukes tells CNN his account of the viral arrest video and what happened after the camera stopped recording.

1 person rescued from debris after explosion levels home in North Carolina

A person was plucked alive from the rubble of a Charlotte, North Carolina, home that was destroyed in an explosion, the city's fire department said.

Sally Ride became the first American woman in space 36 years ago today

50 years after the launch of Apollo 11, NASA is emphasizing the role of women as it prepares for its next mission to land the first female astronauts on the moon.

European Space Agency tests new device to rescue incapacitated astronauts on the Moon

CNN Films' documentary "Apollo 11" uses newly discovered footage and hours of uncatalogued audio recordings to tell the story of the 1969 moon landing with new clarity. The film airs Saturday, July 20 at 9 and 11 p.m. ET.

Jeffrey Epstein operated a vast sex-trafficking network of underage girls who recruited other victims, prosecutors say

When he was a US attorney in Florida, Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta gave accused pedophile Jeffrey Epstein the "deal of a lifetime," the Miami Herald reports.

Coco Gauff on her Cinderella run at Wimbledon: 'I'm a fighter, and I'll never give up'

15-year-old tennis prodigy Cori 'Coco' Gauff, the youngest woman ever to qualify for the draw at Wimbledon, was knocked out in the Round of 16.

NASA tests abort system for the Orion spacecraft that will carry humans to the moon in 2024

NASA conducted a test of the emergency abort system of the Orion spacecraft. It's slated to carry humans back to the moon in 2024.

'Close the camps': Protesters across the country demand an end to migrant detention centers

Rep. Norma Torres (D-CA) describes her experience visiting three migrant detention facilities along the US-Mexico border.

5 things to know for July 2: Border crisis, 2020 Dems, Hong Kong, EU, Antarctica

A ridge of high pressure will bake much of the eastern US this week as "feels like" temperatures climb into the triple digits. Severe storms are also forecast to track along the north side of this building heat wave.

It's so hot that mussels are cooking in their shells and highways are buckling

CNN's Jennifer Gray offers four surprising tips on how to stay cool during a heat wave.

5 things to know for July 2: Border crisis, 2020 Dems, Hong Kong, EU, Antarctica

Skaggs, 27, was found unresponsive in his hotel room in a suburb of Dallas-Fort Worth, police said.

5 things to know for July 2: Border crisis, 2020 Dems, Hong Kong, EU, Antarctica

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) railed on the conditions within a Texas facility used to detain immigrants after she toured the facility with a group of lawmakers.

5 things to know for July 2: Border crisis, 2020 Dems, Hong Kong, EU, Antarctica

US Customs and Border Protection officials say they are investigating "disturbing social media activity" after a published report of a closed Facebook group for current and former Border Patrol agents that reportedly features jokes about migrant deaths, derogatory comments about Latina lawmakers and a lewd meme involving at least one of them.

Investigators find body of missing pregnant woman in Mississippi

A pregnant woman was found dead in Mississippi, less than a week after she disappeared, authorities said. CNN's affiliate WJTV has the latest.

A father shot on the way home from visiting his newborns in the hospital died in the same place they were born

Tyrese Garvin died days after being shot on the way home from visiting his newborn twins at University Hospital in Louisville. CNN affiliate WAVE has more.

A driver caught on video dragging a deputy with his car during a traffic stop is facing an attempted murder charge

Rocky Rudolph, 38, of Apopka, Florida, is facing three charges, including attempted murder after body camera and dashcam video showed him dragging a sheriff's deputy with his car during a traffic stop.

5 things to know for July 1: Hong Kong, Trump, Sudan, Texas plane crash, alcohol

The heat is shifting east and will make the July 4th holiday feel as hot as a firecracker, and the severe storm threat for Monday covers portions of the Northern Tier. Ivan Cabrera has the forecast.

5 things to know for July 1: Hong Kong, Trump, Sudan, Texas plane crash, alcohol

Environmentalists from the Ocean Voyages Institute have removed more than 40 tons of plastic from the Pacific Ocean. Using satellite and drone technology, the crew removed trash including detergent bottles, plastic furniture and children's toys.

5 things to know for July 1: Hong Kong, Trump, Sudan, Texas plane crash, alcohol

A group of protesters have attempted to force their way into the Legislative Council building, the center of Hong Kong's government, as the semi-autonomous city prepares to mark the anniversary of its return to Chinese rule. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.

FAA to investigate private plane crash that killed 10 at an airport north of Dallas

Ten people are dead after a private plane crashed into a hangar at the Addison Airport in Addison, Texas, shortly after takeoff, according to Town of Addison spokesman Ed Martelle.

5 things to know for July 1: Hong Kong, Trump, Sudan, Texas plane crash, alcohol

Brianna Mason, a first-grade teacher, is the first ever African-American winner of the Miss Tennessee Scholarship Competition.

Federal judge: Let doctors into child migrant detention centers, quickly

Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro says President Trump is "terrorizing immigrant families" by postponing US Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids until after July 4th.

Thieves take sick boy's special gift, then return it with an apology

An autistic 5-year-old boy with a brain tumor will get back his bejeweled replica wrestling belt after a pair of repentant thieves learned of his plight.

The moment a toddler heard sound for the very first time

A 15-month-old Florida toddler was excited to hear sound for the first time after receiving cochlear implants.

Contractor says suspect in killing of Utah college student asked him to build a secret room

Salt Lake Police announced they're filing aggravated murder and aggravated kidnapping charges against Ayoola Ajayi in the killing of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck. Police say phone records show Ajayi was the last person Lueck communicated with and that human tissue found in his back yard was consistent with her DNA profile.

9/11 first responder and advocate Luis Alvarez dies at 53

Luis Alvarez, a retired NYPD bomb squad detective and 9/11 first responder, died of cancer that was linked to rescue efforts at ground zero.

Suspect in Maleah Davis' death says 'nothing bad happened' as mom demands answers

Authorities have identified the remains of 4-year-old Maleah Davis, according to the Harris County Institute of Forensic Science.

Cell phone photos and a rideshare helped lead to man's arrest in the killing of Mackenzie Lueck

Police have filed charges of aggravated murder against a man suspected of killing missing Utah college student Mackenzie Lueck, Salt Lake City Police Chief Mike Brown said.

He got into trouble for fighting as a kid. Now his boxing program is helping students stay on the right path.

Boxing training is the 'hook' that gets students from Chicago in the door of CNN Hero Jamyle Cannon's nonprofit mentoring program.

A boy was bullied with anti-immigrant taunts. His mom was beaten when she defended him

Beronica Ruiz suffered facial fractures and a concussion after being attacked by a 13-year-old boy who allegedly told her 12-year-old son to "go back to Mexico."

5 things to know for June 28: Democratic debate, G20, Supreme Court, India, Alabama

Hot and muggy conditions will persist across the eastern two-thirds of the nation this weekend leading to poor air quality in large metropolitan cities.

5 things to know for June 28: Democratic debate, G20, Supreme Court, India, Alabama

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) says the House should not vote to pass the Senate version of a border funding bill as Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has suggested.

5 things to know for June 28: Democratic debate, G20, Supreme Court, India, Alabama

Divisions were center stage on night two of the first Democratic Presidential debate, with Sen. Kamala Harris, Vice President Joe Biden, and Rep. Eric Swalwell making waves.

5 things to know for June 28: Democratic debate, G20, Supreme Court, India, Alabama

President Donald Trump appeared to make light of Russia's ongoing attempts to meddle in US elections, smirking as he casually told Russian President Vladimir Putin "don't meddle in the election."

A pregnant woman shot in the stomach is indicted in her unborn child's death

A pregnant woman who was shot in the stomach has been indicted by a grand jury in the death of her unborn baby, according to CNN affiliate WBMA.

Police found 'multiple items of evidence' at home searched in Mackenzie Lueck's disappearance

Investigators found "multiple items of evidence" while searching a Salt Lake City home in connection with the disappearance of missing college student Mackenzie Lueck, according to police. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

He got into trouble for fighting as a kid. Now his boxing program is helping students stay on the right path.

Boxing helped Jamyle Cannon come to terms with his anger growing up. Now, he uses the sport to help kids from some of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods change their lives.

As communities celebrate Pride month, Detroit police charge teen with murder of gay men, transgender woman

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is taking a unique approach to supporting survivors of identity-based crimes — precincts are partnering with a survivor's advocacy group to help people get the care they need.

Marsha P. Johnson, a black transgender woman, was a central figure in the gay liberation movement

Past and future meet for San Francisco's transgender community. The country's first transgender cultural district has been established in the historic Tenderloin neighborhood, while nearby, the area's oldest transgender bar is closing.

A 12-year-old girl contracted a flesh-eating bacteria while on vacation in Florida

While at a beach in Destin, Florida, 12-year-old Kylei Brown contracted necrotizing fascitis, a rare flesh-eating disease.

5 things to know for June 27: Dem debates, immigration, G20, shark attack, climate

Late-night hosts noticed Sen. Cory Booker's expression when former Congressman Beto O'Rourke spoke Spanish at the Democratic presidential debate.

Princeton grad killed father over allowance, prosecutors say. His attorney says he's mentally ill

Princeton graduate Thomas Gilbert Jr. is charged with killing his father over a cut to his weekly allowance, prosecutors say.

An American woman was killed in a Bahamas shark attack while snorkeling with her family

An American woman died after a shark attack in the Bahamas, according to a spokesperson for the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

5 things to know for June 27: Dem debates, immigration, G20, shark attack, climate

Meet the candidates who appeared in round one of the first Democratic presidential debate.

5 things to know for June 27: Dem debates, immigration, G20, shark attack, climate

Chance of severe weather across the northern tier of the country as summertime temperatures settle into the US. Derek Van Dam has the forecast.

This is what an erupting volcano looks like from space

A volcano that had been dormant since 1924 erupted on June 22 and created a plume of smoke so big it could be seen from space.

Marsha P. Johnson, a black transgender woman, was a central figure in the gay liberation movement

Marsha P. Johnson was known in New York's Greenwich Village where she became an icon during the Stonewall riots. Her legacy asks us to take care of trans women who continue to suffer from discrimination and violence.

Virginia doctor in Belize on vacation found dead with tour guide

A Virginia doctor was gunned down with his tour guide while on vacation in Belize, according to local authorities. CNN's Brynn Gingras reports.

A 2-year-old in Virginia disappeared from his bed

Authorities continue to search for missing two-year-old Noah Tomlin who was last seen around the Virginia mobile home community in which he lives.

5 things to know for June 26: Mueller, immigration, 2020 Dems, population, Zimbabwe

Unseasonably warm temperatures for much of the eastern US will round out the first full week of summer. These above average temperatures look to stay around for a while. Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for June 26: Mueller, immigration, 2020 Dems, population, Zimbabwe

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler talks to CNN's Chris Cuomo about his committee's decision to issue a subpoena for special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony.

Body pulled from the East River is that of missing YouTuber Etika, New York police say

The body of missing YouTuber Desmond Amofah, better known by his online name, Etika, was pulled from the East River on June 25.

A dad bolted over a 4-foot fence to save his son from drowning

Albert Passavanti dove over a four-feet fence to rescue his one-year-old son Rocco after he fell in the pool.

Georgia police release footage of finding a newborn in a plastic bag in the woods

Forsyth County police released bodycam footage of "Baby India" who was found in a plastic bag in the woods. Baby India is safe under the care of child services, and police are hoping someone will have information on her identity.

Virginia doctor in Belize on vacation found dead with tour guide

A Virginia doctor was gunned down with his tour guide while on vacation in Belize, according to local authorities.

A shocking image of a drowned man and his daughter underscores the crisis at the US-Mexico border

A horrific photo from the US border with Mexico shows a Salvadorian father and his daughter face-down in the water, having drowned while trying to get to the United States. CNN's Nick Valencia reports.

An Indianapolis Catholic school has fired a teacher in a same-sex marriage after a Jesuit school in the city did not

Cathedral High School, a Catholic school in Indianapolis, has fired a teacher in a same-sex marriage after it says it was forced to choose between the teacher and keeping its funding from the church. CNN's Carrie Cordero has the details.

A man accused of dismembering a Tinder date slashed his own throat during his murder trial

A man appears to slash his own throat while on trial for murder in a Lincoln, Nebraska, courtroom.

NASA's 'loneliest man'? Far from it: Astronaut Michael Collins on the 'cathedral' of Apollo 11

With CNN debuting the new film "Apollo 11" ahead of the moon landing's 50th anniversary, astronaut Michael Collins talks with Brian Stelter about the fragility of Earth, the unifying power of the mission, and why he feels "NASA should be renamed the National Aeronautics and Mars Administration."

A 4-hour standoff in California ends with 5 people killed in a murder-suicide

Police responding to multiple reports of shots fired at a home in San Jose, California, found five dead in an apparent murder-suicide.

5 things to know for June 25: Immigration, Iran, Bill Gates, Myanmar, heat wave

The storms that impacted the Ohio Valley through the Florida Gulf Coast with over 100 reports of damaging wind will move off the Northeast coast today. Then another round of severe weather will begin to pop up in the central US by late afternoon. Pedram Javaheri has the details.

Man found guilty of killing a Chinese student at the University of Illinois

A man has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of a visiting Chinese graduate student last seen June 9 on the University of Illinois campus, according to the US attorney's office for Central Illinois.

5 things to know for June 25: Immigration, Iran, Bill Gates, Myanmar, heat wave

President Donald Trump is enacting sanctions on Iranian leadership in response to the US surveillance drone shot down last week by Iran. CNN's Barbara Starr reports on Iran's threat to shoot down more US aircraft in response to the sanctions.

Missing University of Utah student was last seen meeting someone at a park, Salt Lake City police say

University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck took a late-night Lyft ride from the airport last week and has not been seen since. Salt Lake City police say that both Lyft and the driver are cooperating with the investigation and they don't believe she has been harmed or in danger.

Once missing, med school grad says he can't recall what happened in Mexico

A med school student who disappeared in Mexico on June 15 is home in the United States, but says he can't remember anything about what happened to him.

Making an old home healthier for you and the environment

These Brooklyn brownstones have been renovated to passive house standards, which allows them to virtually eliminate heating bills and street noise. Baxt Ingui Architects tells us how.

Giant squid captured on camera for the first time in the US

A team of scientists deployed a camera into the depths of the ocean to catch a rare glimpse of a giant squid.

A bystander says Cam Newton offered $1,500 to trade seats with another passenger. He was rejected

A passenger on a flight out of Paris said Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was denied when he offered another passenger $1,500 for a seat with more legroom.

5 things to know for June 24: Iran, 2020, Dominican Republic, protests, women's soccer

Flooding continues for parts of the Central US as the risk for severe weather begins to shift east for Monday. Karen Maginnis has the details of who and when can expect the next round of storms.

5 things to know for June 24: Iran, 2020, Dominican Republic, protests, women's soccer

A man from New York died while vacationing in the Dominican Republic earlier this month, according to a US State Department official, making him the 10th American tourist to have died during or after their stay in the Caribbean nation. CNN's Dave Briggs reports.

An American tourist says she's noticed changes at the Dominican Republic resort where two guests have died

'You're not going to die,' one tourist recalls telling his wife after she fell violently ill during their vacation to the Dominican Republic. She spent her vacation in the hospital. CNN's Drew Griffin reports

5 things to know for June 24: Iran, 2020, Dominican Republic, protests, women's soccer

Mayor Pete Buttigieg participated in a tense town hall alongside Police Chief Scott Ruszkowski following an officer involved shooting in South Bend, Indiana. CNN's Jason Carroll has more.

Beth Chapman from 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' is in a medically induced coma

Reality star and bail bondswoman Beth Chapman is in a medically induced coma. She was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2017.

A woman is accused of playing a game of 'chicken' with her SUV and her kids. Now her 3-year-old is dead

A Texas woman is accused of killing her son by running over him with an SUV. She was seen in surveillance footage driving towards her three children.

South Bend bar shooting kills 1 person and wounds 10 more the same day as Pete Buttigieg's town hall

A melee at a South Bend bar left one person dead and eight victims injured just as mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg gets ready to address issues in his Indiana city.

Hot air balloon crash-lands into a crowd at a Missouri festival, injuring one

A hot air balloon dropped down on spectators at the Bicentennial Celebration in Missouri. The cause of the incident is under investigation.

Some victims in a New Hampshire crash that killed 7 were members of a Marine veterans motorcycle club

A woman riding with a group of motorcyclists struck by a pickup truck in New Hampshire said she saw an explosion after the crash that left seven dead and three injured.

Scientists say dinosaur fossils found in Colorado are those of a 68 million years old triceratops

Paleontologists from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science are excavating an adult triceratops buried in bedrock near Denver, Colorado.

A plane full of skydivers crashed in a fiery heap shortly after it took off, officials say

A small plane crashed while on a skydiving excursion in Hawaii and erupted into flames, killing all 11 people aboard, authorities said.

A Texas police officer was his department's first officer killed in the line of duty in more than 40 years

Cpl. Jose "Speedy" Espericueta, a Mission, Texas, police officer, was killed in the line of duty while responding to an assistance call from another officer, according to police Chief Robert Dominguez.

A plane crashed while on a skydiving excursion in Hawaii. All 9 people aboard died

A small plane crashed while on a skydiving excursion in Oahu and erupted into flames, killing all nine people aboard, Hawaii authorities said.

7 motorcyclists are dead after colliding with a pickup truck in New Hampshire

Seven motorcyclists were killed and three others injured when they collided with a pickup truck going the opposite direction in New Hampshire, police said.

America's infrastructure is crumbling and these people are suffering because of it

US airports are aging and in serious need of upgrades and repairs as more travelers take to the skies. CNN's Nick Watt reports.

Santa Anita track owners and trainers under investigation after 29 horse deaths

Trainers are being investigated to see if they played any role in the string of 29 horse deaths at the Santa Anita racetrack in Arcadia, California, this year. CNN's Nick Watt reports.

Man injures 5 TSA agents while rushing through security at Phoenix airport, authorities say

A 19-year-old suspect was caught on camera attacking TSA agents at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, Arizona.

Missouri rules against the state's last abortion clinic

Missouri moved closer to becoming the first state without an abortion provider when its health department rejected a license renewal for the St. Louis Planned Parenthood location.

Court documents detail text messages between Kevin Spacey's accuser and his girlfriend

Court documents detail text messages sent by Kevin Spacey's accuser to his girlfriend. Spacey's attorney contends that the messages are missing crucial information.

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