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House Passes Bill To Avoid Shutdown, But It Looks…

Senate Republicans need to convince weary Democrats to vote their way on a temporary spending bill, or the government will likely shut down.

Hawaiian's Turned To PornHub After False Missile…

Pornhub's insights show a spike in viewership just minutes after a False Alarm alerting Hawaiian's of an incoming missile was sent out. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

YouTube's Cracking Down On The Latest Viral Video…

Social media companies are trying to stop kids from eating Tide Pods.

Doctor delivers baby 35,000 feet in the air

Second-year urology resident Dr. Sij Hemal delivered a baby when a woman went into labor 35,000 feet in the air on flight from Paris to New York.

To Fight Rising Generic Drug Prices, Hospitals…

The move comes after for-profit drug companies have forced major increases in drug prices.

Saudi Arabia Screens First Films In Decades…

Saudi Arabia is allowing movies to be shown in theaters for the first time since the early 1980s.

Rugby Club Toulonnais and Bryan Habana

Christina Macfarlane heads to Toulon to speak to Toulon's Bryan Habana and Guilhem Guirado to find out more about one of rugby's top clubs.

Freedom messages from around the world

For #MyFreedomDay we asked students what freedom means.

A Pitch Clock Is Probably Coming To MLB Whether…

The new rule would force plenty of MLB pitchers to pick up the pace.

Israel destroys tunnel with detection system

CNN's Oren Liebermann reports on the third Gaza tunnel Israel has destroyed in two months with their tunnel detection system.

SCOTUS Is Letting N.C. Keep Its Controversial…

The Supreme Court blocked a lower court's order to redraw North Carolina's congressional map by Jan. 24.

Michael Phelps shares battle with depression

Swimmer Michael Phelps talks about his battle with anxiety, depression. and suicidal thoughts.

House Intelligence Committee Delays Hope Hicks…

Members want time to work with the White House, which is reportedly telling witnesses to limit what they say.

How Cape Town's drought affects horse breeding

In the midst of Cape Town's worst drought in 100 years, horse racing and breeding is one of the forgotten affected parties of this climate crisis.

A Controversial Surveillance Bill Is Headed To…

The bill would reauthorize the program previously used to obtain Americans' transnational communications without a warrant.

CNN in Mosul after civilians lost everything

In President Trump's first year in office, ISIS has lost nearly all of its territory in Syria and Iraq. CNN's Arwa Damon reports from Mosul, Iraq on the human cost of that victory.

Prosecutor: Kids Held Hostage 'Didn't Know What A…

The parents accused of holding their 13 kids hostage and torturing them have been charged and could face life in prison.

SAG Awards 2018: Here's what to expect

The SAG Awards honor the best performances in film and TV in the last year, but expect more than trophies at this year's ceremony. CNN's Stephanie Elam has a preview.

France And UK Work Through Border Issues In Summit

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May met with French President Emmanuel Macron to discuss border security and military cooperation.

Peace Hyde the media maven of Ghana

Peace Hyde is using her public platform to create change in Ghana's capital city of Accra.

Trump's First-Year Report Card Has A Lot Of Red…

A new poll shines light on what voters think of the president's first year.

Discovering Morocco's delicious gems

Culinary whiz Choumicha Chafay brings her knowledge of Morocco's delicacies to the international audience.