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Senate investigators want to question a Moscow-based American businessman with longstanding ties to President Donald Trump after witnesses told them he could shed light on the President's commercial and personal activities in Russia dating back to the 1990s, multiple sources have told CNN.
"On February 23, humanitarian aid will enter Venezuela one way or another," the country's self-declared president Juan Guaido declared earlier this month. But not so fast -- President Nicolas Maduro, who won reelection in a widely-criticized vote last year, has promised to block the supplies, and organizations including the Red Cross and United Nations have refused to help.
A 5G device. A foldable phone that morphs into a tablet. A smartphone that can charge another smartphone when sandwiched together.
At least 70 people have been killed after a fire tore through a residential building in a historic part of the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, the latest such deadly blaze in the south Asian nation.
Nestle and other major companies have pulled their ads from YouTube after a video blogger raised concerns that pedophiles were using the platform to trade information and draw attention to clips of young girls.
French President Emmanuel Macron has announced a crackdown on the "scourge" of anti-Semitism, days after protesters held rallies against a rise in anti-Semitic incidents across the country.
Dublin Airport temporarily suspended all flight operations on Thursday following a "confirmed sighting of a drone" over the airfield.
CNN's New Day talks to Maggie Haberman, one of the New York Times reporters who broke the story about the President's interactions with Attorney General Matthew Whitaker and officials concerning the investigations into the Trump White House.
When a Qatari sheikh asked a concierge at the Raffles Dubai hotel to deliver a present to his wife, the concierge nodded. "Of course, sir. What gift?"
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn't always the king of the dinosaurs. Before they became towering predators, tyrannosaurs started out much smaller, and a newly discovered fossil is helping fill the gap between those two extremes.
A group of Americans detained in Haiti and accused of being "terrorists" by the country's leader have returned to the United States, according to the Miami Herald.
Since the end of the World War II, Western nations have shared the belief that international trade was a virtue. While progress has too often been lethargic, in the decades since, the United States and European nations have worked together to reduce barriers to trade.
A species of giant tortoise believed to have been extinct for more than 100 years has been discovered on the Galapagos island of Fernandina.
The daughter of a missing North Korean diplomat who is believed to be seeking asylum in Europe was separated from her parents and returned to Pyongyang, a prominent defector claimed this week.
A star-studded crowd including former US President Barack Obama had gathered to watch hotly tipped college basketball player Zion Williamson, but the 18-year-old's night unraveled after just 33 seconds when his Nike shoe fell apart.
President Donald Trump's top negotiators will press hard in this week's talks with their Chinese counterparts to close gaps on issues spanning everything from currency manipulation to halting Beijing's practice of forcing American companies to give up their technology in exchange for market access.
When Kylian Mbappe scored France's final goal last July's 4-2 victory over Croatia, he became only the second teenager in history to score in a World Cup final.
More than 8 million tons of plastic ends up in our oceans each year, killing marine life and damaging ecosystems. But the same seas might also hold the key to reducing plastic pollution.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has sent out a warning to Asia in the face of mounting aggression from Beijing.
Cristiano Ronaldo's return to Madrid ended in defeat Wednesday as his Juventus side crashed to defeat at Atletico.
Cow vigilante crimes in India have been ignored or covered up by the authorities, according to a new report.
A teen fell more than four stories to the ground after he was attempting to take a selfie with his friends on a bridge in Dallas.
Organizers of Paris 2024 have proposed that breakdancing should be included as a new sport in the Olympic program.
Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman touched down in Beijing Thursday to begin the last leg of his Asia tour, designed to build relations and clinch deals as the kingdom faces a diplomatic chill in the West.
Beyoncé and Jay-Z have paid tribute to Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, by swapping her with one of art history's most recognizable figures -- the Mona Lisa.
"Ranch Girl" speaks about her love for ranch dressing. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on how politics and dressing mix.
You've spent the night in the bathroom after eating some questionable takeout food, and you're still feeling queasy. What are you going to tell your boss?
For more than 30 years, Ruth E. Carter has dressed the characters in seminal films about the African-American experience, from "Amistad" and "Selma" to "Love & Basketball" and much of Spike Lee's oeuvre.
Any doubts as to whether Alex Honnold was the greatest rock-climber of all time were doused when the American did something that no-one thought was humanly possible.
The foundations of fashion consumerism stem from the innate human desire for new things. This, in itself, is not a new idea. But thanks to the rise of social media, online shopping and digital journalism, our collective longing for newness is more pervasive than ever.
As a mother of two young girls, one of the things I care about most is staying in tune with my daughters' day-to-day social interactions, worries and concerns. My daughters attend a school in New York City where social and emotional health is a top priority, and I've learned a lot about how feeling confident and secure on the inside is a prerequisite not only for happiness but for academic success.
The image projected by actors as they take their turn on the red carpet in an array of glittering gowns is one of effortless chic. But for their stylists, awards season is a fashion endurance marathon that kicks off in August with the Venice Film Festival and ends with the Academy Awards in February, with hundreds of premieres, parties and panel discussions sprinkled in between, and never an outfit repeated.
Thanks to CNN reporting, we now know that Attorney General Bill Barr is readying to receive special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 election -- and the possibility of collusion with Donald Trump's campaign -- as soon as next week.
Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce as early as next week the completion of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, with plans for Barr to submit to Congress soon after a summary of Mueller's confidential report, according to people familiar with the plans.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN), a member of the House Judiciary Committee, talks to CNN's Don Lemon about the possible release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation, which could come as early as next week, sources familiar with the plans say.
President Trump offered a muted response when asked about the potential end of the Mueller investigation. Attorney General Bill Barr is preparing to announce its completion as early as next week, according to people familiar with the plans.
Robert Mueller's report could land within days, yet rather than offering definitive answers, his hotly anticipated filing might only ignite a new controversy -- over how much of the special counsel's conclusions most Americans get to see.
An unprecedented summit in Rome convened by Pope Francis to confront the Catholic Church's clergy abuse scandal is set to begin Thursday.
For years the Catholic Church has been plagued by abuse scandals, which have tarnished its reputation. CNN's Delia Gallagher explains the scope of the crisis.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday that he directed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo not to allow Hoda Muthana, an Alabama woman who left in November 2014 to join ISIS, to return to the United States -- despite her recent public plea to come back and stand trial in America.
British teenager Shamima Begum, who moved from London to Syria four years ago to join ISIS, has said she was "a bit shocked" to learn that the UK plans to strip her of her British citizenship to prevent her from returning home.
The fate of Shamima Begum, the British teenager who fled the UK to join ISIS, appears to more unclear than the fate of the so-called Caliphate itself.