Germany: More than 3,500 attacks on migrants

Germany's Interior Ministry says there were more than 3,500 attacks on refugees and asylum seekers in 2016. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

Victim says fatal bar shooting not true…

An Indian man who was shot and wounded at a bar in suburban Kansas City says the killing of his best friend in the attack, apparently fueled by racism, "doesn't reflect the true spirit of Kansas."

Money being raised to restore vandalized Jewish…

Money is being raised to repair and restore more than 100 headstones that were vandalized at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia

Former NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal says she can't…

Former Spokane, Washington, NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal , who stepped down from her post in 2015 amid criticism that she was passing herself off as black, says she is near homelessness

Report: Kim Jong Nam's killers used banned nerve…

The chemical weapon is illegal under international treaty

Eric Shawn reports: The Oscars

Michael Tammero with Lin-Manuel Miranda

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Fire sweeps through Mogadishu's main market…

A huge fire engulfed Somali capital's main market, killing at least 2 people

Another Alabama inmate killed inside state prison

Another state inmate has been killed in violence at a prison in central Alabama

Warren Buffett: I like airlines because they just…

Investing icon Warren Buffett speaks to CNBC about Monday his investments in airline companies.

Fashion and political statements take center…

High fashion poses and political stances were both on display as Hollywood's top stars took to the Oscars red carpet. Natalie Morales spoke with Nicole Kidman, Samuel L. Jackson and many more.

City turns to hackers to quell house fires

Hackers in Louisville, Kentucky, worked with the city to create CASPER, a wireless device that listens for smoke detectors in abandoned buildings and sends text messages to let authorities know there could be a fire.

What Indian sign language looks like

A demonstration of how speaking in Indian sign language differs from the US.

The New York Times Illustrated Interview…

From The New York Times: The silver-haired host of ‘'Anderson Cooper 360°’' on CNN, whose book 'The Rainbow Comes and Goes' recently came out in paperback, sketched his answers with a pen in his New York office. By GABÉ DOPPELT.

'La La Land' Thought They Won Best Picture - They…

'Moonlight' was, in fact, Best Picture

With historic low numbers, Trump keeps fighting…

Top Talkers: President Trump is set to make his first address to a joint session of Congress, but he'll do so with historically low approval ratings, according to the latest NBC News/WSJ poll.

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The politics of the Oscars

Ann Hornaday and Ted Johnson discuss how politics will be on full-display at the Oscars.

Emerging Pattern? Trump Media Attacks Follow…

Looking back as far as the election, a pattern seems to emerge in which President Trump attacks the media after major news reports about Russia.

Instagram's New Feature Is Worth 10 Photos

Say goodbye to awkward grids on Instagram! Angeli Kakade (@angelikakade) has the story.

How the AP-NORC poll of teenagers was conducted

The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll teens and politics was conducted by NORC Dec. 7-31

Minnesota cop expected to plead not guilty in man's death

A Minnesota officer is expected to plead not guilty to manslaughter in the July shooting death of a black man

Transgender teenage wrestler wins girl's state…

Mack Beggs, a teenager who is transitioning from female to male, wins the Texas girl's state championship. Linda So reports.

PwC's hard-won reputation under threat after…

For 82 years, global accounting and consulting firm PwC has enjoyed the reputational boon it got from leading the balloting process at the Academy Awards

Officials identify sailor fatally shot at naval air station

Navy officials in Virginia are identifying a sailor fatally shot by a Naval Air Station Oceana security officer

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Someone Has Taken The Blame For That Oscars Best…

PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm responsible for overseeing the Academy Awards' voting process, has taken the blame for the mix-up.

The Oscars in 60 seconds

The 89th annual Academy Awards, hosted by Jimmy Kimmel, was full of surprises.