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Tillerson Says Russia Isn't Implementing…

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Russia is failing to enforce sanctions that "primarily" concern fuel.

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.

Graham criticizes Trump staffers on immigration

Sen. Lindsey Graham says some members of President Trump's staff are "outliers" on the issue of immigration.

Amazon Names Finalists In US And Canada For Its…

The company is considering Toronto as well as 18 U.S. cities and one county.

The Cranberries Singer Dolores O'Riordan Dies…

London police say she died in an "unexplained" fashion and that they're investigating.

Trump: Government 'very well could' shut down

President Donald Trump told reporters at the Pentagon that the worst results of a possible government shutdown would be the impact on the U.S. military.

US Government Says Puerto Rico Has Too Much Money…

Federal officials say the Federal Emergency Management Agency will distribute a loan once Puerto Rico's cash balance decreases.

Dad hires helicopter pilot when son goes missing

A dad found his son after he hired a helicopter pilot to help search for him fearing he may have crashed his car off the road in the Australian bushland.

President Trump Insists His Border Wall Plan Has…

President Donald Trump said his border wall plan hasn't changed, but White House chief of staff John Kelly reportedly said it has.

Sweden brings back Cold War policy to face Russia…

The country of Sweden beefs up its military defenses to face a Russia threat.

India Tested An Intercontinental Ballistic Missile

Officials confirmed on Twitter the Agni 5 missile was launched from a small island off India's east coast Thursday.

Trump fuming after John Kelly's comments

After John Kelly said President Trump's views on the wall had "evolved", the President responded saying the wall, as he conceived of it, has never changed.

The National Debt Is $20 Trillion, And That's A…

The national debt level has climbed into the trillions over the last few decades.

Pope Francis officiates wedding on plane

Pope Francis married two flight attendants in an impromptu ceremony on his papal plane some 36,000 feet over Chile.

Amazon HQ2: Contenders down to 20 cities

Amazon has released a "short" list of cities it's considering for its second headquarters. Amazon received bids from 238 cities and regions from across 54 states, provinces, districts and territories across North America.

President Trump's 'Fake News Awards' Present A…

There might be a legal reason the "awards" were presented on the GOP's blog instead of a White House site.

Trump tweets climate change could be 'good'

President Donald Trump, on vacation in balmy Florida, suggested that climate change could be a good thing, tweeting that East Coast cities gripped by freezing temperatures could use some warming.

Nigeria's take on rap: poetry and philosophy

One of Nigeria's most popular rappers is entertaining audiences with his big beats and thoughtful lyrics

Northern Ireland Parties Move Toward Coalition…

The region has been without an executive or legislature since last January.

Venezuela's economy on the brink of collapse

It used to be the wealthiest country in Latin America, now Venezuela's currency is almost worthless.

Playing her way to equality

Nairobi based percussionist Kasiva Mutua is using her passion for drumming to break barriers

Corey Lewandowski Reportedly Tight-lipped During…

He reportedly told the committee he "was not prepared" to answer several of its questions.

Trump's impact on press freedom in Asia

Steven Butler, Asia program coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists, speaks to CNN's Kristie Lu Stout about how President Trump's attacks on media are affecting press freedom in Asia.

Nigeria's sister act

Afropop duo, Gemstones, is making waves on the music charts with their sweet duet