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Priest stabbed while leading televised Mass in Montreal; suspect arrested

While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph's Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada's biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said.

Teen arrested over online threat to Charlottesville, Virginia, high school

Police in Charlottesville, Virginia, arrested a teen in connection with online harassment toward the city's schools, which were closed for two days after a threat toward "specific ethnic groups."

House intelligence chair announces sweeping investigation into Trump's finances and Russia

CNN's Marshall Cohen explains how special counsel Robert Mueller is going after Russian interference in US elections.

Why the 'Mormon' church changed its name. (It's about revelation, not rebranding.)

Leadership of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is encouraging its members to use the full title of the church rather than using informal names like "Mormon" or "LDS."

A geostorm will give residents in the Northern US and Canada a rare chance to see the aurora borealis

The northern lights, or "aurora borealis" form above the magnetic poles in the Northern and Southern hemispheres, leading to a display of vibrant colors.

Must-watch videos of the week

During a CNN town hall in Atlanta, Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper told CNN's Dana Bash about an awkward experience at the movies with his mother.

Indiana teachers were shot with pellets during active shooter drill, teachers association says

A number of Indiana teachers were shot "execution-style" with pellets during an active shooter drill, the Indiana State Teachers Association says. CNN's Brooke Baldwin speaks with Dan Holub, executive director of the ISTA.

5 things to know for March 22: Israel, Facebook, Brexit, fentanyl, US flooding

A strong slow-moving coastal storm continues to impact the Northeast with strong winds, rain, coastal flooding and even some spring snow for New England. Derek Van Dam has the latest weather forecast across the US.

5 things to know for March 22: Israel, Facebook, Brexit, fentanyl, US flooding

New Zealand residents came together in Christchurch to remember and honor the victims of the mosque terror attacks.

The real problem for Robert Kraft is the video, not the charges, experts say

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is spurning a plea deal and fighting the release of surveillance video after being charged with soliciting prostitution at a Florida massage parlor. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

The EU throws Theresa May one last Brexit lifeline

The European Union has agreed to a delay to the tortuous Brexit process that avoids the UK crashing out without a deal and throws one last lifeline to the beleaguered British Prime Minister, Theresa May.

A mom on a popular YouTube show is accused of pepper-spraying her kids when they flubbed their lines

Machelle Hobson, who runs a YouTube account with 800,000 subscribers, is accused of pepper spraying her own adoptive children for flubbing lines in their YouTube videos.

Mail bomb suspect Cesar Sayoc pleads guilty

The Florida man accused of sending mail bombs to CNN offices has pleaded guilty to 65 counts. CNN's Brynn Gingras reports.

On Friday, Jimmy Carter becomes the oldest living former president ever

Former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, have volunteered with Habitat for Humanity for more than 30 years. In that time, they have helped build more than 4,000 homes.

Was Venezuela's rebel cop executed? Leaked photos raise questions

Oscar Perez, a Venezuelan police pilot accused of stealing a helicopter and using it to attack the country's Supreme Court in 2017, was reportedly killed by Venezuelan police. Now, new evidence suggests Perez didn't die fighting, but may have been captured and executed. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

5 things to know for March 21: New Zealand, Brexit, Boeing, spa scandal, depression

Olive Garden has grown from a single Orlando store in the 1980s to more than 800 restaurants. The secret to its success? Breadsticks and chicken alfredo.

5 things to know for March 21: New Zealand, Brexit, Boeing, spa scandal, depression

A storm is developing along the East Coast that will bring wind, rain and snow to areas in the Northeast as another storm system is making its way across the desert Southwest.

By blaming lawmakers for 'blocking Brexit,' May risks violence and loses even more allies

UK Prime Minister Theresa May speaks directly to the British people, putting pressure on lawmakers to make up their minds on Brexit negotiations. CNN's Bianca Nobilo has more on May's extension request.

A mom on a popular YouTube show is accused of pepper-spraying her kids when they flubbed their lines

Machelle Hobson, who runs a YouTube account with 800,000 subscribers, is accused of pepper spraying her own adoptive children for flubbing lines in their YouTube videos.

Ferrari and Lamborghini say 'Not so fast' on electric supercars

Electric vehicles have arrived in all forms from hypercars to ride-sharing autos to mobile living rooms.

Private pilots are giving free flights to stranded residents of a flooded Nebraska town

Private pilots from across the country came to the rescue for a number of Nebraska residents affected by flooding. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports.

A rare giant sunfish weighing more than a car washes up on a beach in Australia

An enormous sunfish was discovered by two fishermen after it washed up on a beach in South Australia.

5 things to know for March 20: Mueller, Electoral College, Christchurch, Monsanto

Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigators were allowed to review years of Michael Cohen's emails and other online data from the time he worked under Donald Trump, according to federal warrants. CNN's Sara Murray reports.

This is the world's happiest country in 2019

The UN's World Happiness Report has revealed the happiest countries of 2019

5 things to know for March 19: Dutch attack, Africa storm, student loan cap, MySpace

Historic flooding continues for parts of the Midwest as rain moves into the region and above average temperatures continue.

A meteor exploded in the Earth's atmosphere with 10 times the energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb

Over the past 30 years, US government sensors have detected more than 700 fireballs. But what are they?

Blaze at Texas chemical storage facility may keep burning until Wednesday

Intercontinental Terminals Company released a statement after a large fire broke out at their petrochemical terminal in Texas, saying all company personnel are safe.

More mothers are ending up behind bars. Meeting the needs of their children is becoming a bigger priority

CNN's Poppy Harlow takes you inside the notorious Rikers Island prison in New York to meet the mothers locked up there -- and into an innovative new program through the Children's Museum of Manhattan that allows a select group of female inmates to spend a few precious hours outside of jail with their children.

Suspect in reputed crime boss killing to waive extradition, lawyer says

The man who has been taken into custody in connection with the shooting death of the reputed New York crime boss Francesco "Frank" Cali, will waive extradition, his lawyer told CNN. Suspect Anthony Comello will be formally charged with murder when he's extradited to the borough of Staten Island, where the killing happened, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea said. Cali's killing does not appear to be mob related, a source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN.

5 things to know for March 18: Mosque attack, plane crashes, Trump tweets, 2020, floods

The New Zealand terror attack is the latest instance of a gunman posting his own gruesome video to social media. In 2015, video of journalist Alison Parker's murder was also uploaded, prompting her father Andy Parker to challenge Google and other tech platforms.

5 things to know for March 18: Mosque attack, plane crashes, Trump tweets, 2020, floods

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) officially announces her presidential run, joining a growing field of Democratic 2020 candidates.

5 things to know for March 18: Mosque attack, plane crashes, Trump tweets, 2020, floods

CNN's Samantha Vinograd looks at President Trump's weekend tweet storm, including his comments on the late John McCain and "SNL".

Nebraska flooding has turned towns into islands. Now more places could get submerged

As warmth spreads across the country, the risk of river flooding, due to snowmelt, has some rivers forecast to crest at historic levels.

Blind runner, guide dog trio makes history in NYC Half Marathon

Thomas Panek and his running guide dogs Westley, Waffle and Gus made history at the 2019 New York City Half Marathon as the first blind runner with guide dogs to complete the race.

Third time lucky for Theresa May's Brexit vote?

On GPS, Anne-Marie Slaughter describes what it's like to watch Britain "essentially commit suicide as a power." Will it strengthen or weaken the EU?

Third time lucky for Theresa May's Brexit vote?

Former U.K. Foreign Secretary David Miliband says, even if a Brexit deal or second referendum passes in the final days, the UK is in for "more agony."

Los Angeles gas explosion sends clouds of smoke over the skyline

A 9,000-gallon tanker that was leaking gasoline caught fire in Los Angeles, the city's fire department said Sunday.

A student's triumph, a dog with an odd job and a hilarious billboard

Two sons played a prank on their dad by posting his phone number on a billboard in New Jersey.

Man shot after he allegedly robbed the Bellagio and tried to steal a car in valet

An armed man entered a packed Bellagio Hotel and Casino and demanded money from a caged poker area, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Capt. Nichole Splinter said.

Two lives lost as Nebraska struggles with state's worst flooding in 50 years

Heavy flooding continued in Nebraska as it and other states in the Midwest geared up for days and even weeks of water-logged misery.

A HUD official and close Trump ally spent a month of nights in public housing. Some question her motives

Lynne Patton, an administrator of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development for Region II, responds to critics who think her sleepovers in public housing in New York are just a publicity stunt.

Los Angeles County District Attorney will begin investigating the Santa Anita horse deaths

Following the 22nd horse death at the Santa Anita Park in in Los Angeles since December 2018, Tim Ritvo, chief operating officer of The Stronach Group, which owns the track, announces that all race day medications will be banned.

5 things to know for March 15: New Zealand attacks, N Korea, Brexit, climate protests

Foreign editor for Radio New Zealand Graeme Acton comments on the mosque shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand, stating the incident has shocked the whole country to the core.

5 things to know for March 15: New Zealand attacks, N Korea, Brexit, climate protests

The 'bomb cyclone' that brought severe weather from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf Coast is pushing farther east Friday, leaving damage and flooding behind.

Black workers describe details of 'living hell' at UPS center in Ohio

CNN's Sara Sidner speaks to two workers at a UPS facility in Maumee, Ohio, who -- along with 18 other workers at the same center -- have filed a lawsuit against the parcel delivery company alleging racial harassment and discrimination.

After man's wife is found dead, police say they will take another look at previous wife's death

38-year-old Diana Alejandra Keel's death is being treated as a homicide after her body was found 30 miles away from her home, according to the Nash County Sheriff's Office.

She got a near-perfect 34 on the ACT but was rejected. Now she's pursuing a class-action suit.

The alleged mastermind behind what may be the largest college admissions cheating scandal in history once pitched a reality TV show on his college admissions work. CNN's entertainment reporter Chloe Melas delivers the details.

After a rash of horse deaths, Santa Anita Park bans race day medications

Another horse has died at Santa Anita Park, bringing the death toll at the Arcadia racetrack to 22 since the winter meet began on Dec. 26, a representative confirmed Thursday.

British lawmakers approve Brexit delay but reject second referendum

UK lawmakers have rejected a move to give the British public a second referendum on Brexit.

Former British paratrooper to be charged over Bloody Sunday killings

A former British soldier will stand trial for firing on civil rights protesters in Northern Ireland in 1972, an event that came to be known as Bloody Sunday.

5 things to know for March 14: Boeing, politics, Brexit, admissions scam, US storm

The mighty 'bomb cyclone' that brought hurricane-force winds and blizzard conditions to the Plains pushes east. Blizzard and high-wind warnings continue as the risk for severe storms will stretch from the Great Lakes to the South.

Reputed Gambino crime boss Francesco 'Frank' Cali shot and killed outside home in New York

A reputed New York crime boss was shot and killed outside a home in Staten Island. CNN's Dave Briggs reports.

The fishing town where Brexit can't come soon enough

On England's northeast coast, Whitby is a proud fishing town that doesn't do a lot of fishing anymore. It's a common view here: blaming EU-imposed fishing quotas for almost wiping out Whitby's fleet. It's why so many voted for Brexit, and they want it to happen as soon as possible. CNN's Phil Black reports.

Bomb cyclone forces nearly 3,100 flight cancellations as major storm moves across US

A 'bomb cyclone' equivalent to a Category 2 hurricane hit Colorado Springs with almost 100mph wind gusts.

Black workers in Ohio accuse UPS of allowing hate at work

Nineteen UPS workers are suing the parcel distributor, saying they suffered repeated racial discrimination and the company did nothing to stop it. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

At least 8 people were killed in a school shooting in Brazil

At least eight people were killed in a shooting at a school near Sao Paulo, Brazil, according to the country's military police.

Manafort's lawyers taunt Mueller for not tying him to Russian interference in 2016 election

CNN's Marshall Cohen explains how Paul Manafort and Rick Gates ended up at the center of the Russia investigation.

No deal Brexit opposed by British lawmakers

British MPs have rejected the amendment which sought to delay Brexit until May 22 for further preparations to take place in order to mitigate the impact of a no-deal Brexit should no agreement be reached.

What we know so far in the college admissions cheating scandal

Actress Lori Loughlin is facing felonies related to bribing her daughter's admittance into the University of Southern California. Loughlin's daughter, Olivia, is an influencer on social media with over 2 million subscribers to her Youtube channel.

What we know so far in the college admissions cheating scandal

Many successful people are graduates of elite schools, but how much of their good fortune comes from a privileged upbringing and not an Ivy League education? CNN contributor Frank Bruni explores the question.

70 million are in the path of 'bomb cyclone' set to strike the central US, bringing snow, hail and rain

A significant winter storm system will rapidly intensify over the central US bringing blizzard conditions, hurricane-force wind gusts, severe weather, and a flood threat from the Rockies to the East Coast over the next 48 hours.

5 things to know for March 13: College scam, Boeing jets, Brexit, central US storm

The woman who danced with joy when she met President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama at the White House turns 107. CNN affiliate WJLA reports.

'Full House' actress surrenders to feds in alleged college admissions scheme

Dozens of parents, including famous actresses, college coaches and a winemaker were charged in an alleged conspiracy to get students into top colleges, according to a federal criminal complaint. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.

No deal Brexit is still possible, even if lawmakers vote against it

British Prime Minister Theresa May told the House of Commons she "profoundly regrets" that lawmakers opted to vote against her Brexit deal.

If Brexit clarity doesn't come soon, the fallout will be savage

In a major rejection, UK Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal deal was voted down by British lawmakers in the House of Commons. It's the second time her deal has failed.

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin among dozens charged in alleged college cheating scam

FBI Special Agent Joseph Bonavolonta told reporters wealthy parents paid between $200,000 and $6.5 million for guaranteed admission into certain elite colleges.

A rock hurled from an overpass smashed a driver's windshield and killed a mother of 3

Keila Ruby Flores, a mother of three, was sitting in a vehicle's passenger seat when a large rock smashed through the windshield and hit her. Police say that someone threw the large rock and they are investigating the death as a homicide.

5 things to know for March 12: Boeing, Brexit, Pelosi, Venezuela, trees

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the Washington Post that it would not be "worth it' to impeach President Trump because impeachment is too divisive for the country.

5 things to know for March 12: Boeing, Brexit, Pelosi, Venezuela, trees

CNN's Richard Quest talks to CNN's Brianna Keilar about the investigation into the Ethiopian plane crash.

Winds near hurricane strength are set to whip the central US, with white-outs, floods and tornadoes possible, too

A late-season winter storm is poised to strike the central US. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has today's weather forecast and where you could see flooding, extreme-winds, snow, even blizzard conditions.

UFC star Conor McGregor arrested after police say he smashed a fan's phone

A fan just wanted a picture with Ultimate Fighting Championship star Conor McGregor, but Miami police say McGregor wasn't having it.

A Maine fire chief died while attending service for a firefighter who lost his life

Gary Sacco, a Maine fire chief, has died while attending the public memorial service for a firefighter who died in a four-alarm blaze earlier this month.

CCTV footage shows man's lucky escape as top of building collapses

CCTV footage captured the moment when bricks fell from the top of a building during stormy winds in London, seconds after a pedestrian had strolled past.

California police identify girl's body found in duffel bag as a 9-year-old

California police have identified the girl whose body was found inside a duffel bag near an equestrian trail as 9-year-old Trinity Love Jones.

5 things to know for March 11: Ethiopia, budget, Venezuela, Kim Jong Nam, US exports

CNN's Robyn Kriel reports near the site of an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed, killing everyone on board.

5 things to know for March 11: Ethiopia, budget, Venezuela, Kim Jong Nam, US exports

Pedram Javaheri has today's weather forecast with just how much rain you can expect across the South.

5 things to know for March 11: Ethiopia, budget, Venezuela, Kim Jong Nam, US exports

Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido tells CNN his country has "collapsed" after major blackouts have crippled the country.

A jaguar attacked a woman taking a picture at a zoo in Arizona

A jaguar attacked a woman at a zoo in Arizona, leaving her with injuries that required medical attention, the fire department said.

A black lawmaker and mother refused to back down in opposing a 'stand your ground' bill. The measure was defeated

In a debate over Arkansas' stand your ground laws, state senator Stephanie Flowers gave a passionate speech defending the lives of black children.

Air Transat flight makes emergency landing at Newark airport after reports of fire onboard

Flights resume at Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, New Jersey, after an emergency landing caused the airport to shut down all runways.

A 4th-grader's teacher made him wash off his ashes after Mass on Ash Wednesday

When 9-year-old William McLeod went to his Utah public school after Mass on Ash Wednesday, his teacher told him that the ash cross on his forehead was inappropriate and made him wash it off.

Mom says teacher made her son urinate in trash can and then wear garbage bags all day

Sonia Mongol says her son was not allowed to go to the restroom at his South Los Angeles school and instead had to wear two plastic garbage bags and sit in his urine-soaked clothing, according to CNN affiliate KCAL.

Women's empowerment shouldn't come at cost to men, says Australian PM ... on International Women's Day

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has provoked outrage on International Women's Day by saying that men should not have to make way for women's empowerment.

Anne Frank's stepsister meets the teens who partied with a swastika

Anne Frank's stepsister, Eva Schloss, has a message for teens celebrating with Nazi imagery and symbols: It is an "insult" to me and all who died in the Holocaust. CNN's Sara Sidner reports

5 things to know for March 8: Manafort, politics, China, fish fraud, conjoined twins

President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to 47 months in prison.

5 things to know for March 8: Manafort, politics, China, fish fraud, conjoined twins

CNN's senior justice correspondent Evan Perez shares color from the courtroom during President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort's sentencing.

5 things to know for March 8: Manafort, politics, China, fish fraud, conjoined twins

A new round of rain and snow enters the West and a spring storm with snow and severe storms heads east. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has today's weather forecast and how the severe storms with the potential for tornadoes may affect your weekend.

A Texas judge is disciplined for telling a jury that God wanted them to acquit a sex trafficking defendant

The Texas Judicial Commission is issuing a public warning to Jack Robison, a judge who told a jury that God wanted to acquit a woman who was on trial for charges related to sex trafficking.

Police officer pulled a gun on a black man picking up trash on his own property. Now, the department is investigating

An investigation is underway after a video surfaced showing a Boulder police officer confronting a black man who was picking up trash on what he says is his property.

Illinois deputy is killed while serving warrant and a suspect is in custody after a chase

An Illinois deputy assigned to a US Marshals task force was shot and killed while trying to serve a warrant in Rockford, authorities said. The suspect is now in custody.

One of FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives is found in Maryland

Lamont Stephenson, one of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted fugitives, was arrested by police in Maryland when officers were investigating a reported suspicious vehicle, according to a law enforcement source.

5 things to know for March 8: Manafort, politics, China, fish fraud, conjoined twins

The House of Representatives passed a resolution broadly condemning hate and intolerance, including anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim discrimination, in the wake of controversy over Democratic freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar. CNN's Sunlen Serfaty reports.

The global sisterhood of empowerment

On International Women's Day, we asked women around the world to tell us how they're empowering others -- whether fighting for equal pay, working to end child marriage in Africa, or advocating for body positivity. Here's what they said.

To boost reading scores, a principal puts on pjs and streams bedtime stories to her schoolkids every week

Principal Belinda George puts on PJs and reads bedtime stories to her students every Tuesday night. She started "Tucked-in Tuesdays" to improve literacy.

NASA captures 'first' images of supersonic shockwaves colliding in flight

Stunning images captured by NASA with a new photographic technology have revealed how supersonic aircraft's shockwaves move and interact.

The racist online abuse of Meghan Markle has put royal staff on high alert

The royal family is cracking down on unprecedented sexist and racist abuse online, much of it aimed at Meghan Markle. CNN's Max Foster reports.

5 things to know for March 7: House Dems, Huawei, Trudeau, Facebook, Alex Trebek

The Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, will soon be the last Blockbuster left on the planet after the only other store, located in Australia, announced its plans to close.

5 things to know for March 7: House Dems, Huawei, Trudeau, Facebook, Alex Trebek

Embattled Chinese tech giant Huawei is suing the US government in its most aggressive move yet to fight back against accusations that its technology poses a global security threat. CNN's Sherisse Pham reports.

5 things to know for March 7: House Dems, Huawei, Trudeau, Facebook, Alex Trebek

Below average temperatures continue for the eastern two-thirds of the country while the West continues to deal with rain and snow. Derek Van Dam has today's weather forecast and when to expect a warm up.

A dean is stepping down over her university's decision to drop Chick-fil-A

A dean at Rider University in New Jersey is stepping down from her post after the school decided to drop Chick-fil-A from a list of possible campus additions. The school's reasoning, says Dean Cynthia Newman, is an affront to her Christian beliefs.

Poll: More Americans believe Mueller investigation is justified than politically motivated

CNN's Marshall Cohen explains what we know about President Trump's role in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.

Trial begins for former police officer who shot Antwon Rose

The trial has begun for Michael Rosfeld, the former officer who has been charged with criminal homicide for killing Antwon Rose II, an unarmed black teenager, in June 2018.

Now we know what Ruth Bader Ginsburg was doing

On the bench, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is all business. Off the court, she knows how to make 'em laugh.

UK might never leave EU if Prime Minister's Tuesday's Brexit vote fails

From sea bed to table top, this is a look at how the British fishing industry embodies the hopes, fears, and complexities of the UK leaving the European Union.

Avalanche danger level 'extreme' in Colorado

A massive avalanche that caused sections of an interstate to close was caught on camera by a Colorado driver.

Students reach Capitol protesting lack of charges in Stephon Clark's death

Sacramento police officers shot and killed Stephon Clark in his grandmother's backyard because they believed he was pointing a gun at them. After months of investigations, no charges were brought against the officers.

5 things to know for March 7: House Dems, Huawei, Trudeau, Facebook, Alex Trebek

Longtime "Jeopardy!" host, Alex Trebek, announced on the show's YouTube channel that he has been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

A dying man just had his top bucket list wish fulfilled. It was a call from President Trump

Jay Barrett, a cystic fibrosis patient, had one wish: to meet or talk to President Trump before he dies.

5 things to know for March 6: White House, North Korea, tornado aftermath, immigration, depression

A gust of 115 mph wind sent tables sliding and people scrambling on a Norwegian Cruise Line ship. Several people were injured, but there was no damage to the vessel.

Refugees and Americans find community -- over a cup of coffee

Refugees in Clarkston Georgia are finding community, friendship and a shot at the American dream; all over a cup of coffee.

5 things to know for March 6: White House, North Korea, tornado aftermath, immigration, depression

Cold air continues to grip the East. Chad Myers lets you know when it will warm up and how wet and snowy it is in the West.

Sacramento residents push for police accountability and community healing after Stephon Clark protests

Frustrated residents packed into Sacramento City Hall to condemn the police response to a protest and decry the California attorney general's decision to not bring charges against the officers who shot Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man.

5 things to know for March 6: White House, North Korea, tornado aftermath, immigration, depression

President Donald Trump pressured his then-chief of staff John Kelly and White House counsel Don McGahn to grant his daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump a security clearance against their recommendations, three people familiar with the matter told CNN.

5 things to know for March 6: White House, North Korea, tornado aftermath, immigration, depression

Satellite images appear to show that North Korea has begun rebuilding a portion of a facility previously used to test long-range missile engines, analysts said, raising potential questions about the future of US-North Korea negotiations.

Wilderness training may have helped sisters, 5 and 8, survive 44 hours lost in California woods

Wilderness training may have played a role in the survival of two sisters, ages 5 and 8, who were found safe after spending 44 hours in California woods, police say.

California AG declines to bring charges against officers who shot Stephon Clark

Days after Sacramento County declined to bring charges against the two police officers who shot and killed Stephon Clark, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced he would not pursue charges.

Chris Watts' daughter knew her mother and sister were dead. She pleaded for her life, attorney says

The details about the disturbing Watts' familial murders were revealed by Steven Lambert, the attorney for Shanann Watts' family, on the "Dr. Phil" show.

A teen saves for 2 years to buy his friend an electric wheelchair

An Arkansas teen worked part-time at a car mechanic shop to save enough money to buy a classmate an electric wheelchair.

Dollar Shave Club founder: We want to be known for much more than razors

Following its 2016 acquisition by Unilever, subscription service Dollar Shave Club has overhauled its business model and expanded its brand.

Three small improvised explosives found at London transport hubs

British counter-terrorism police are investigating three small improvised explosives found near three major transportation hubs. CNN's Phil Black delivers the latest.

At almost $19 million, this Bugatti is the most expensive new car ever sold

To celebrate its 110-year anniversary, Bugatti has built La Voiture Noire - a one-off inspired from Bugatti's Type 57 SC Atlantic of the 1930s.

Tornado survivor says she missed the onslaught 'by minutes.' Not 'one chance' we would have survived

In an interview with CNN's John Berman, Jessica Chandler talks about she and her children narrowly avoiding the tornado that tore through their Alabama home, injuring her boyfriend.

A father, a charismatic leader, an entrepreneur. These are the Americans killed in the Kenya helicopter crash

The US Embassy says four Americans were killed in a helicopter crash in Kenya.

5 things to know for March 5: House investigation, Alabama tornadoes, Venezuela, HIV, Luke Perry

Below average temperatures continue for the east where temperatures will be 15-30 degrees below average. Pedram Javaheri has your chilly forecast as well as the forecast for another round of stormy weather for the West Coast.

'We lost children, mothers, fathers, neighbors and friends,' Alabama's governor says after tornadoes

In an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo, a victim of the Alabama tornado describes her family's harrowing, near-death experience.

Democratic investigations now target Trump's entire world

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) speaks to CNN's Erin Burnett about launching a probe into President Trump's campaign, businesses, transition and administration.

Ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn is granted bail after months in Japanese jail

The former leader of Nissan and Renault, Carlos Ghosn, has been granted bail after spending more than three months in a Japanese jail.

How many Senate Republicans are going to rebel against Trump's border emergency?

CNN's Chris Cillizza breaks down which GOP Senators are expected to vote against President Trump's national emergency declaration, and how many votes the Senate would need to overturn an eventual presidential veto.

5 things to know for March 5: House investigation, Alabama tornadoes, Venezuela, HIV, Luke Perry

Luke Perry dies but his legacy as the "epitome of 90s cool" lives. CNN's Jeanne Moos looks back at Luke.

Trump says he joked about wanting Russian help in 2016. The facts tell a different story.

While speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, President Donald Trump claimed that he was joking when he previously asked the Russians to hack Hillary Clinton's emails.

5 things to know for March 5: House investigations, Alabama tornadoes, Venezuela, HIV, Luke Perry

House democrats are escalating wide-ranging investigations into many aspects of Trump's orbit. CNN's Manu Raju reports from Capitol Hill.

Fast food once again served at White House sports event with Trump

President Trump welcomed the North Dakota State University football team to the White House to congratulate them on winning FCS College Football Championship for the seventh time in eight years.

Opposition leader Juan Guaido returns to Venezuela, risking arrest

Opposition leader Juan Guaido has returned home to Venezuela to speak at protests, despite possible arrest.

EF-4 tornado brought 170 mph winds and left a track almost a mile wide amid storms that killed 23 in Alabama

At least 23 people are dead and several are injured after multiple tornadoes touched down in both Alabama and Georgia.

Keith Flint, Prodigy front man, dead at 49

Keith Flint, a member of the British electronic group The Prodigy, was found dead at his home at the age of 49.

Here's how you can help the Alabama tornado victims

More than a dozen people are dead and several are injured after multiple tornadoes touched down in both Alabama and Georgia. CNN's Victor Blackwell reports from Lee County, Alabama.

He said a panhandler stabbed his wife to death. Now police say he and his daughter were responsible

Jacquelyn Smith's husband, Keith Smith, and his daughter, Valeria Smith, were taken into custody by Texas State Police. Warrants charging the two with first-degree murder have been issued, acting Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said.

A student couldn't find a babysitter. So his professor held his infant girl in class so he could take notes

Wayne Hayer didn't want to miss his algebra class Friday at Morehouse College in Atlanta and couldn't find childcare for his 5-month-old daughter, so he brought her along.

Missing 11-year-old Alabama girl found dead, sheriff says

11-year-old Amberly Barnett, who had gone missing, has been found dead, according to DeKalb County police.

5 things to know for March 4: Tornadoes, politics, Good Samaritan, Asia, Michael Jackson

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) told ABC's "This Week" that he thinks "it's very clear the President obstructed justice."

Yurts, domes and luxury tents — next level glamping is here

Dômes Charlevoix advertises itself as an "eco-luxury" concept combining posh modern interiors with a rugged Québec landscape.

At least 22 dead after tornadoes touch down in Alabama and Georgia

At least a dozen tornadoes are reported across Alabama and Georgia, leading to a number of fatalities and multiple people injured.

Driver arrested in New Orleans after car strikes pedestrians and cyclists, killing 2, during Mardi Gras festivities

A car plowed into bicyclists and pedestrians on several blocks of a street in New Orleans, killing two people and leaving six others injured as the city celebrates Mardi Gras festivities, police said.

Missing 11-year-old Alabama girl found dead, sheriff says

A missing 11-year-old Alabama girl was found dead, DeKalb County Sheriff Nick Welden said.

80 million people under winter alerts from Colorado to Maine as snowstorm hits

More than 80 million people are under a winter weather alert from a storm that is moving quickly from the Central Plains through the Northeast.

Tensions mount in Venezuela as Guaido seeks return to country

Following clashes and closings at Venezuela's borders, CNN's Nick Paton Walsh watches as scores of people cross the Colombia-Venezuela border to bring food back for loved ones.

DA painted picture of Stephon Clark as 'troubled.' His fiancée gave a tearful rebuke

Stephon Clark's fiancée Salena Manni gave an emotional statement after the announcement that two officers would not be charged in his shooting death.

Hate crime charges filed in Miami over Martin Luther King Jr. Day scuffle

Cell phone video shows Mark Bartlett, 51, holding a gun and yelling at a group of African-American youths who were protesting.

No charges for Sacramento officers who fatally shot Stephon Clark

The brother of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man killed by police, interrupted a Sacramento City Council meeting as chants of the victim's name filled the chambers, illustrating how the fatal shooting has sparked emotions in this California city.

John Wayne's son defends his father over remarks in 1970s interview

Ethan Wayne, son of actor John Wayne, reacts to calls to remove his father's name from John Wayne Airport after inflammatory quotes resurfaced from an interview the actor did in Playboy Magazine in 1971.

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British Airways said its passengers arrived safely in Malaga, Spain, after their flight had to be diverted due to strong wind in Gibraltar.

An 11-year-old girl is accused of child abuse after an infant she was watching died

An 11-year-old girl faces first-degree child abuse charges after she confessed to assaulting a 1-year-old boy she was babysitting in Maryland, leaving him with fatal injuries, according to police.

Osama bin Laden's son is taking over as al Qaeda leader, US says

A son of Osama bin Laden is emerging as a leader in al Qaeda, the US State Department says, and it's willing to pay up to $1 million for information on his whereabouts.

California rapper's family files wrongful death claim, alleging police shot him 25 times in 'bungled' operation

The sister of a California man speaks out after the man was allegedly shot more than two dozen times by police after apparently falling asleep in the front seat of a car in a Taco Bell drive-through.

He was sentenced to life for murder at age 17. At age 74 he's a free man

Sheldry Topp received an automatic sentence of life without parole in Michigan after killing a man at the age of 17. After serving more than 56 years behind bars, 74-year-old Sheldry left prison a free man.

5 things to know for March 1: Jared Kushner, India and Pakistan, Netanyahu, gun reform, pedestrian deaths

Snow continues to pile up in the West as more snow and Arctic temperatures return to the East. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weather forecast for today and through the weekend.

Day care worker accused of child abuse after video shows her throwing a toddler in a classroom, authorities say

Video shows a daycare teacher approaching a 3-year-old girl, grabbing her by the arm and throwing her. The child received seven stitches in her head as a result of this incident.

5 things to know for March 1: Jared Kushner, India and Pakistan, Netanyahu, gun reform, pedestrian deaths

In January 2019 audio from an interview with The New York Times, President Trump tells Maggie Haberman he was never involved with his son-in-law Jared Kushner's security clearance.

Patriots owner Robert Kraft pleads not guilty to soliciting prostitution

From accusations of Super Bowl ring theft to Deflategate to sex solicitation charges, here's a look at the most controversial moments of Robert Kraft's career.

Mexico sets record with more than 33,000 homicides in 2018

CNN's Polo Sandoval explains the brutal, dangerous and bloody inner workings of the drug cartels in Mexico.

Snowplow driver finds woman alive inside car buried in snow

A snowplow driver in South Lake Tahoe, California, found a woman alive in a car buried in snow.

5 things to know for February 28: North Korea, Cohen, India & Pakistan, school funds

Warm, humid air from the Gulf is bringing more rain to an already soaked South while flooding continues in California. Pedram Javaheri also tells us more about the mild temperatures giving way to below average temperatures this weekend.

5 things to know for February 28: North Korea, Cohen, India & Pakistan, school funds

President Trump discusses the conversation he had with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un about the death of Otto Warmbier, an American college student who died after being jailed by North Korea.

Disney's new 'Star Wars' theme park coming to a galaxy near you

Disney is putting the finishing touches on its much-anticipated "Star Wars" attraction. The lands called "Galaxy's Edge" are set to open later this year.

5 things to know for February 28: North Korea, Cohen, India & Pakistan, school funds

Customs and Border Protection has started knocking down the administration's border wall prototypes in the San Diego area, clearing the way for another construction project.

5 things to know for February 28: North Korea, Cohen, India & Pakistan, school funds

President Trump speaks to reporters in Hanoi, Vietnam, after the White House said no agreement was reached between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying sanctions were a key sticking point in their negotiations.

5 things to know for February 28: North Korea, Cohen, India & Pakistan, school funds

The House Oversight Committee grilled Michael Cohen about his time as Trump's personal lawyer. See what he had to say about Roger Stone and WikiLeaks, the Stormy Daniels payment and the Trump Tower Moscow project.

Man who went viral for buying $540 of Girl Scout cookies arrested in DEA drug bust

A man who was praised for buying $540 in cookies so two Girl Scouts could escape the cold has been arrested on federal drug charges.

Thousands of artifacts were recovered from an Indiana home. The FBI is struggling to find their owners.

Over 7,000 artifacts from around the world, including the remains of hundreds of Native Americans, were being stored in a Indiana farmhouse. Now, the FBI is trying to return them to their owners.

5 things to know for February 13: Border deal, Chapo, North Korea, jobs, deadly food

Every month the Bureau of Labor Statistics releases a jobs report. From underemployment to labor participation, CNN's Christine Romans explains what the numbers mean.

Venezuela's opposition leader says he will begin exercising his 'duties as president'

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh speaks with Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido about what he will do when he returns to Venezuela from Colombia where he met with US Vice President Mike Pence.

3 people are dead after their car was hit by two NY trains going in opposite directions

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran speaks to the press after three people were killed and nine were injured in New York when a vehicle was struck by two Long Island Rail Road trains going in opposite directions, according to MTA Long Island Rail Road president Phillip Eng.

5 things to know for February 27: Cohen, North Korea, Brexit, slain family, Chicago

According to a copy of his public testimony submitted to Congress and obtained by CNN, Michael Cohen says he will provide the panel with a check Trump wrote to reimburse him for hush money payments to silence Stormy Daniels' story in 2016 about her alleged affair with Trump. Trump denies having an affair with Daniels.

Venezuela's opposition leader says he will begin exercising his 'duties as president'

CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks to veteran anchor Jorge Ramos, who was one of six Univision staffers briefly detained at the presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela.

News crew robbed, security guard shot while covering teachers' strike

A television news crew reporting on the Oakland teacher's strike were involved in a shooting when armed gunmen robbed them of their camera equipment.

5 things to know for February 26: Politics, Cardinal Pell, India & Pakistan, YouTube

As strong winds move out of the Northeast; more storms push into the US west coast with heavy rain and deep snow for the Sierra.

Pennsylvania mother and daughter accused of killing five relatives

Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub speaks to the press after a Pennsylvania mother and her daughter were accused of killing five of their relatives.

Here's why Chicago's police chief says the Jussie Smollett case is so personal

Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson discusses the case his department has against actor Jussie Smollett, who has claimed he was attacked by two people.

An Amtrak train with 183 passengers has been stranded in snowy Oregon since Sunday

An Amtrak train headed for Los Angeles with nearly 200 people on board came to a standstill after hitting a tree that had fallen onto the tracks.

How convicted pedophile Cardinal George Pell was brought to justice

CNN's Anna Coren explains the significance of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell, the third-highest ranking member of the Catholic Church, who could face prison time for sexually abusing children.

How convicted pedophile Cardinal George Pell was brought to justice

One of the most senior men in the Roman Catholic Church, a close associate of the Pope, was found guilty of five counts of child sexual abuse in a court in Melbourne, Australia in December. Cardinal George Pell, the 77-year-old Vatican Treasurer, could face prison following a five-week long trial, which CNN is only now able to report due to previous legal restrictions.

Walls of ice bulldoze ashore from Lake Erie

Video shared by the Niagara Parks Police in Canada shows heavy winds blowing ice over the retaining wall along the Niagara River near Lake Erie.

Serena Williams' Nike ad exposes the double standards women face at work

Nike's "Dream Crazier" ad celebrates female athletes like tennis star Serena Williams, gymnast Simone Biles and others who have challenged the norm.

He spent 39 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit. Now, he's getting $21 million

Craig Coley spent 39 years in prison for a double murder he didn't commit. Now, he's getting a $21 million settlement.

5 things to know for February 25: Oscars, Venezuela, China, R. Kelly, plane crash

Strong wind gusts and major river flooding remain concerns from the remnants of the impressive storm system that hit the eastern US this weekend. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has today's forecast and how it will affect the start to your week.

5 things to know for February 25: Oscars, Venezuela, China, R. Kelly, plane crash

Were they best dressed or full of fashion faux pas? See what celebrities wore on the 2019 Oscars red carpet.

Pence will meet with Venezuelan opposition leader in Colombia after violent weekend

In an interview with Jake Tapper, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he is confident the people of Venezuela will ensure that Maduro's days are numbered.

Venezuelan opposition leader to meet Pence in Bogota after weekend of violence

Supporters of self-declared interim president Juan Guaido clashed with Venezuelan police at the Colombian border Saturday, where they demanded that international aid be let into the country. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports from Colombia.

Two bodies recovered after a cargo plane crashes in water near Houston

Some human remains have been found after a cargo jetliner crashed into shallow waters nose first in Texas with three people aboard, Chambers County Sheriff Brian Hawthorne said.

Conservative activist allegedly attacked on UC Berkeley campus

A conservative activist reported he was attacked while recruiting students for Turning Point USA at UC Berkeley, according to campus police.

Two bodies recovered after a cargo plane crashes in water near Houston

A cargo jetliner crashed in Trinity Bay near Anahuac, Texas, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman said.

5 things to know for February 22: Jussie Smollett, NC election, Vatican, Venezuela

A bee with a 2.5 inch wingspan and body roughly the size of a human thumb has been rediscovered after being thought by some to be extinct.

Mike Pompeo calls Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro a 'sick tyrant' over aid blockage

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh is in Colombia, at the Venezuela border, where protesters lit a bus on fire in a tense standoff with the Venezuelan National Guard.

Turpin parents plead guilty to multiple charges, including torture

The parents who held their 13 children captive inside their California home pleaded guilty to multiple charges, including torture, child abuse, and more.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft accused of soliciting sex, police say

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is being charged with two counts of soliciting someone to commit prostitution, stemming from a raid in a day spa in Florida, police said.

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft accused of soliciting sex, police say

Jupiter Police announced that New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is being charged with two counts of soliciting another to commit prostitution stemming from a raid in a day spa in Jupiter, Florida.

She narrowly escaped a deadly mudslide. Her heroic efforts saved dozens of lives.

Maeve Juarez with the Montecito Fire Department worked some 36 hours after a deadly mudslide in January 2018, saving lives -- despite almost losing hers.

It'll be a snowy weekend for the Upper Midwest and a wet one for the South

A record-breaking snowstorm in the Southwest moves east as flooding rains continue across the Southeast. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has today's forecast and the weather you can expect heading into the weekend.

Police went to a mayor's house with a warrant and they say he shot at them

Port Richey, Florida, Mayor Dale Massad is in custody after firing two shots at a SWAT team at his house to serve a warrant, according to Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco.

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