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Melania plans first state dinner for Macrons

The Trump administration's first state dinner is a major moment of diplomacy for the Trump administration, but it's also the culmination of months of thoughtful work and attention to detail by first lady Melania Trump and her East Wing staff. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.

Man killed in random knife attack at California…

A homeless man has been charged with murder in the death of a California father who was stabbed in the neck as his 5-year-old daughter sat in his lap in a crowded beachside steakhouse

Suspected Florida school shooter appears in court

A man accused of carrying a shotgun in a guitar case and opening fire at a Florida high school has been denied bond during his first court appearance

Roberta Flack leaves Harlem awards show after…

Roberta Flack is under observation at a Manhattan hospital after cutting short her appearance at Harlem's Apollo Theater because she was not feeling well

Turkey elections: 15 opposition lawmakers switch…

Turkey's main opposition party says that 15 of its lawmakers have resigned their membership to join another opposition party in solidarity before snap elections

Nashville police say they are searching for suspect in Waffle House shooting that left 3 dead, 4 injured

Nashville police say they are searching for suspect in Waffle House shooting that left 3 dead, 4 injured

Tom Daley 'so, so excited' about new baby

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

In Memoriam: Avicii

The Swedish-born producer and DJ known as Avicii has been found dead in Oman.

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.

Macron to give Trump seedling from World War I…

French President Emmanuel Macron is bringing an environmentally friendly gift to the White House when he visits U.S. President Donald Trump this week: a tree sapling

Syracuse fraternity permanently expelled over racist video

Syracuse University has permanently expelled a fraternity over an offensive video that fraternity members say was intended as satire

Wall St slides as tech stumbles

Wall Street fell on Friday as investors worried about a jump in U.S. bond yields and tech stocks declined. Fred Katayama reports.

UK calls on social media firms to better protect children

Britain's health secretary has threatened to introduce new laws targeting online social media companies if they don't do more to protect children

Police seek attacker in hate-crime NYC subway assault

Police are looking for a man wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat and shirt who pushed another man onto New York City subway tracks while shouting anti-Hispanic slurs at him

DOJ Reportedly Launched Antitrust Investigation…

Verizon and AT&T dominate the industry with around 70 percent of U.S. wireless subscriptions. A new technology might have threatened that.

CIA facing questions over Gina Haspel tweets

The CIA is facing questions after tweeting their support for Mike Pompeo's potential replacement as director, Gina Haspel.

Collusion Accusations Hit Telecom's 2 Biggest…

The word "collusion" is being bandied about again, but this time it involves the world of telecommunications, not DC . Verizon, AT&T, and standards group GSMA tell the AP the Justice Department has opened up an antitrust probe to see if they worked together to make it more difficult for consumers...

Michael Jackson's moonwalk shoes up for auction

The black loafers that Michael Jackson wore to perform his signature moonwalk for the first time on stage are going up for auction.

Feds Admit to Hush-Hush Policy on US Border

Border agents are separating immigrants from their children—a plan once floated by the Trump administration—despite denials that the policy was underway, the New York Times reports. With Congress seeking official numbers on immigrant/child separation along the southwest border and officials refusing to provide it, the Times dug up...

Pulitzer honoree is latest to win after leaving…

A Virginia photographer who won the Pulitzer Prize for a photo of a fatal car attack the day of a white nationalist rally is the latest in a series of newspaper employees who have won journalism's top honor but left the struggling industry