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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.

Immigration debate grips Sweden

Iranian-Swedish politician Hanif Bali tells Tucker about the debate over immigration has divided Sweden, why tougher measures are needed and how a swell of immigrants in recent years have impacted the country. #Tucker

Tucker: How does bringing in more illegals help…

Tucker asks Phoenix mayoral candidate Kate Gallego how bringing in more illegal immigrants will make her community and the country more profitable, help America as a whole. #Tucker

California DA says couple's abuse of 12 kids…

California prosecutors say a couple starved 12 of their 13 children to the point that their growth was stunted and a 29-year-old daughter weighed just 82 pounds

Clues sought in copter crash that killed…

Investigators will comb through the charred wreckage in search for clues as to why the helicopter carrying the group of prominent friends went down after dark Wednesday

9 victims in Phoenix serial killings differ in…

9 victims in Phoenix serial killing case differ in age, gender

US oil output is booming and seen outpacing…

A global energy agency says that U.S. oil production is growing quickly and is forecast to top that of heavyweights Saudi Arabia and Russia this year

Phoenix police: Serial killing suspect tied to 9…

Phoenix police say no single piece of evidence led them to arrest a convicted felon in the shooting deaths of 9 people that unfolded in a 3-week span late last year.

Teens Don't Mind Online-Only Relationships

Children are having online-only relationships without meeting in real life, and apparently they don’t mind! The New York Post Reports. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Thorny global issues abound a year into Trump…

In his first year in office, President Donald Trump has made sharp departures from years and even decades of US foreign policy

Police: 5 killed, 1 injured in New Mexico helicopter crash

A helicopter crashed in a mountainous rural area of northern New Mexico, killing five people and seriously injuring the sixth person aboard, a State Police spokeswoman said Thursday

Saxophone maker braces for ownership change

The logo is over a century old but it's the end of an era for this French manufacturer which produces what are considered among the best saxophones in the world as it prepares to hand over the reins of the family business to an investment fund. Francis Maguire reports.

Congress likely racing toward a government…

A bitterly-divided Congress is hurtling toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan stare-down over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported

US says Africa important but no apology for Trump

The chair of the Africa Group at the United Nations says U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley told ambassadors that "Africa is very important for the United States" _ but she didn't apologize for President Trump's vulgar comment about the continent as demanded

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.

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.

Former Catalan leader seeks long-distance 'tech…

Catalonia's fugitive former leader, who wants his old job back, says new technologies would allow him to govern from Belgium

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.

Children starved, chained and unbathed in…

Anita Vogel reports from Los Angeles.

House OKs temporary spending bill, Senate vote…

Garrett Tenney reports from Washington, D.C.