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Corker: US-Russia relations are at 'low point'

In an interview with Dana Bash, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee, Bob Corker, says U.S.-Russia relations are at their lowest point since the Cuban missile crisis

Former students recall 1968 protests that shut down Columbia

Fifty years ago this week, students occupied five buildings at New York's Columbia University and shut down the Ivy League campus in a protest over racism and the Vietnam war.

Michael Brown's mother, attorneys to speak at…

The mother of Michael Brown and the maker of a documentary about his death will be speaking at Harvard University

4 dead in Nashville Waffle House shooting…

Police in Tennessee say 4 people are dead after shooting at a Waffle House restaurant in Nashville early Sunday

French performers, politicians decry 'new anti-Semitism'

Actor Gerard Depardieu, singer Charles Aznavour and former President Nicolas Sarkozy are among some 300 well-known French people urging national action in France to counter a "new anti-Semitism" that they blame on rising Islamic radicalism

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Trial set to begin for ex-Arizona lawmaker in Alaska killing

A disgraced former Arizona legislator accused of killing a man in southeast Alaska in 2016 is scheduled to stand trial, starting this week

Tom Daley 'so, so excited' about new baby

The Olympic diver says the prospect of being a father has changed his perspective on life.

North Korea Says It Has Suspended Missile Testing…

North Korea said Saturday it has suspended nuclear and long-range missile tests and plans to close its nuclear test site.

This Medicine Cabinet Staple Could Prevent Dying…

Researchers out of the University of Arizona say a simple aspirin could help mitigate the effects of grief and bereavement.

Corker says he won't oppose Democrat seeking his…

Outgoing Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee is sticking by his decision not to criticize the Democrat seeking to fill his seat next year

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Crash involving dump truck, vehicles kills 2, injures 3

Authorities say an early morning crash involving a dump truck and two other vehicles in New Jersey killed two Philadelphia residents and seriously injured three other people

'Smallville' actress charged in self-help guru's…

New York actress Allison Mack was arrested Friday on charges that she recruited women into a secret society led by self-help guru Keith Raniere in which they were forced to have sex with Raniere and were branded with his initials. Nathan Frandino reports.

'A Quiet Place,' 'Rampage' lead newcomers at box…

"A Quiet Place" and "Rampage" are fighting it out again for the top spot at the domestic box office this weekend and easily beating newcomers like Amy Schumer's "I Feel Pretty" and "Super Troopers 2."

Trump Aides Aren't Buying North Korean Olive…

President Trump's aides aren't exactly buying all the good vibes around Pyongyang's offer to freeze nuclear weapons testing, the Washington Post reports. Unnamed by the Post , these aides see Kim Jong Un's promise to stop tests and close a nuclear facility as important for what it's missing—a promise to...

Trump Considering Pardon For First Black…

Jack Johnson was convicted in 1913 of transporting a white woman across state lines for an "immoral purpose."

Stelter: One Trump lie is crystal clear

CNN's Brian Stelter says President Donald Trump is wrong for attacking New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman in tweets defending Michael Cohen.

Russia adds Google IPs to registry of banned sites

Russia's communications watchdog agency says it is adding some Google IP addresses to the state register of banned sites, as a dispute over a banned messaging app intensifies

Stelter on why Trump's spelling errors matter

President Trump uses Twitter as a main source of communication to the American people, but CNN's Brian Stelter says the White House may need a copy editor.

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A surge of protest unlike any in decades, but why…

More than five decades after Americans filled the streets to demand civil rights and protest against the Vietnam War, thousands are embracing a new culture of resistance unlike anything since

For 6 Hours, Traffic Was Silenced on Broadway

In a nod to Earth Day, New York City shut down two miles of perhaps its most iconic street, Broadway, for six hours on Saturday. In place of honking cabs and fumes were pedestrians, anything on two wheels, artistic performances, fitness classes, craft workshops, vendors, free rollerblade rentals, and educational...