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Trump welcomes Macron to White House
Macron hopes Trump relationship can help make France great again
About THAT hat Melania Trump is wearing
First lady Melania Trump turned heads in her white chapeau Tuesday as the administration hosted its first official state visit with France.
10 killed in Toronto attack: Van 'deliberately driven in wrong direction'
George H.W. Bush in intensive care
Former President George H.W. Bush, who just buried his wife first lady Barbara Bush on Saturday, is in intensive care, CNN has learned.
Cold noodles: Korea leaders' menu after making history
'Master manipulators': Why negotiating with N Korea is fraught with risk
First statue of a woman unveiled near UK parliament
The 11 statues of male historic figures dotted around Britain's Parliament Square has a new addition Tuesday -- Millicent Fawcett.
Despite a barrage of hate, I put a statue of a woman where only men stand
Just over two years ago, I took my dog, Poppy, for a run through London. It was March 8, 2016: International Women's Day.
What will the royal baby be named?
What's in a name£ A lot, if you happen to be a member of Britain's royal family.
Kate and William can afford 3 kids. Many Brits cannot
Women could add $4.5 trillion to Asian economies
Two suspects held over lynching of Canadian in Peru
Peruvian authorities have detained two men suspected of lynching a Canadian man in a remote part of the country's Amazon rainforest in an apparent reprisal attack for the killing of a respected indigenous leader.
Waffle House shooting suspect arrested after manhunt
A massive manhunt is underway for the gunman accused of killing four people early Sunday at a Waffle House near Nashville, Tennessee.
Woman carried her in-flight snack off the plane and it cost her $500
An apple and an honest mistake have saddled one Delta passenger with a $500 fine and a big bureaucratic headache.
Trump ramps up personal cell phone use
President Donald Trump is increasingly relying on his personal cell phone to contact outside advisers, multiple sources inside and outside the White House told CNN, as Trump returns to the free-wheeling mode of operation that characterized the earliest days of his administration.
Dozens of Chinese tourists killed in North Korea traffic accident
As many as 32 Chinese tourists were killed in a bus crash in North Korea Sunday night, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed.
Uber faces a new threat in Mexico
Pompeo wins key committee vote for US secretary of state
Mike Pompeo, President Donald Trump's nominee to be secretary of state, advanced out of committee Monday with a favorable recommendation, following a last minute reversal from Sen. Rand Paul that averted a historic rebuke of the President's pick to be the country's top diplomat.
'Re-gifted' kidney is giving new life to a 70-year-old woman
Vertis Boyce is a 70-year-old African-American woman. But her new kidney used to belong to a 24-year-old Hispanic man.
Boy uses mom's credit card to fly to Bali
Drinkers have more bad mouth bacteria, study finds
Your mouth naturally contains about 700 types of bacteria, some good but others not so much. The mouths of people who routinely drank one or more alcoholic beverages each day contained an overabundance of bad bacteria and a smaller amount of good bacteria than those of nondrinkers, new research has found.
Caffeine in pregnancy linked to childhood weight gain
Most pregnant women know to avoid certain foods and drinks, such as raw meat and alcohol. But a new study lends weight to the notion that a high intake of caffeinated substances may also be detrimental to a baby's health.
Google's profits soar despite data privacy concerns
Ethiopia to be Africa's fastest growing economy in 2018
Ethiopia, Africa's second most populated country, is forecast to be the fastest growing economy in Sub-Saharan Africa this year, according to new data from the IMF.
Has Santorini island found a savior?
Tourist crowds drawn to Santorini by its sunset views and whitewashed villages are putting a strain on the Greek island. It's wine industry could yet save it.
Mo Salah: A day in the life of the 'Egyptian King'
NFL-inspired Gronkowski pulls out of Kentucky Derby
The horse named after New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski won't be competing at the Kentucky Derby in a little over the week due to illness.
Slain journalist's sons 'taste justice' in carrying on work
Matthew Caruana Galizia remembers the day his mother died with startling accuracy: their last shared meal, a small lunch, the jangling of her keys as she locked the heavy front door behind her, and the way the dogs barked after hearing her car explode just down the road from their family home.
Rapper celebrates 10-year sobriety milestone
Eminem celebrated 10 years of sobriety as the rapper shared a photo of his 12-step milestone chip online.
Struggling Sharapova seeks 'big stage winning feel again'
A year on from one of the most anticipated comebacks in tennis, Maria Sharapova finds herself in an unusual place.
How Japan is accused of failing survivors of sexual abuse
At first, it had seemed to Shiori Ito like a dream opportunity.
Here's how much kids should be exercising
It's a question with an answer that researchers are still trying to better understand: How much exercise do kids need on a daily basis£
Secret rituals of the world's leading creatives
Beyoncé is just like the rest of us -- or at least that's what New York-based illustrator Ellen Weinstein wants you to think. Her new book, "Recipes for Good Luck: The Superstitions, Rituals, and Practices of Extraordinary People," explores the quirky good-luck rituals of some of the world's most renowned creative personalities to show that they get nervous just like the rest of us.
China's scariest outdoor attractions
China is increasingly giving America a run for its money as the land of the biggest and the best.
Plastic surgery apps are targeting children
Plastic surgery isn't a game, but some apps have turned it into one for kids.
How long it takes to turn an acquaintance into a friend
Here's an unfortunate little truism, taken from a study recently published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships: "It is not possible to have friends without first making friends."
McLaren 720S: The ultimate sports car
Soccer stars use lipstick in domestic violence protest
Why is this African country having a vinyl revival?
Inside a record store in Kenyatta market, Nairobi, crate-digging enthusiasts search for African music gems. At stall 570 vinyl culture is thriving.
Earth's most surreal landscapes
Space travel will soon be a reality -- by 2022, the galaxy will welcome its first luxury space hotel. And if these NASA images are any indication, the views should be stunning.
Windsurfing superstar: 'Everbody wants to fly'
Robby Naish was a shy, 11-year-old kid growing up in Hawaii when he took his first ride on a windsurfing board.
Land of Fire opens up to visitors
Azerbaijan is the land of mountains and mud volcanoes, multiculturalism and mugham music.
Breathtaking library opens in Qatar
With today's digital reading habits, it'd be easy to assume that libraries are on the verge of becoming redundant. But as a new wave of these buildings open around the world, the humble library is reinventing itself as an establishment for the modern age.
How India lured Google and Facebook to the desert
You've probably never heard of Gurgaon.
French leader visits White House for the first state visit of Trump's presidency
Trump begins state visit with Macron discussing his polls
President Donald Trump served up a dinner of Dover sole and political talk on the first night of his inaugural state visit, with intensive discussions over the Iran deal and Syria still to come on Tuesday.
Macron must 'pull rabbit out of hat' to save Iran deal
Amid the pomp and circumstance of a full state visit, French President Emmanuel Macron is on a rescue mission to convince President Donald Trump to stick with the Iran nuclear deal. But despite the apparent warmth of the relationship between the two leaders, he faces an uphill struggle.
Macron and Trump are putting their differences aside
Driver who killed 10 charged with murder
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