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Adapting to digital media in Africa

CNN's Rosie Tomkins sits down with IC Publications Group publisher, Omar Ben Yedder, to talk about the role of digital media in African magazine production.

10 Things to Know for Today

10 Things to Know for Today

Fire crews making inroads against deadly California wildfire

Fire crews are making inroads against a raging wildfire in central California that has claimed two lives and destroyed 200 homes

Flood-ravaged West Virginia bracing for more rain

Heavy rains are again forecast in West Virginia, where floodwaters have killed at least 25 people in the past week

Lionel Messi Retires From International Soccer After Copa America Loss

Argentina lost the Copa America championship game four of the past five times.

Poll Says Blondes Are More Likely To Cheat

Could blondes be more likely to cheat on a spouse? TC Newman has the details on a new poll.

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Scottish First Minister Says Scotland Might Be Able To Stop Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon thinks Scotland could stop the Brexit, or at least leave the U.K. to stay in the EU.

Spain conservatives win vote but face problems to form gov't

Spain's ruling conservative Popular Party has won the country's unprecedented repeat elections but, falling far short of a majority, it remains to be seen if acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy can muster enough support to form a new government

Police: Man lying in road in South Carolina struck, killed

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says it's investigating after a man who was lying in a road was struck and killed over the weekend

New Study Shows Losing A Pet As Hard As A Family Member

The loss of an animal can have as profound an effect as the death of a human family member. TC Newman (@PurpleTCNewman) has the details of a new study.

White Nationalist Rally At California Capitol Turns Violent

Several people were hospitalized with stab wounds in Sacramento after a Traditionalist Worker Party rally turned into a brawl with counter-protesters.

Crews search for woman in waters on Maryland's Eastern Shore

Crews search for woman who wasn't wearing a life jacket when she fell into waters along Maryland's Eastern Shore

Pepsi reintroducing aspartame in some beverages

Pepsi reintroducing aspartame in some diet beverages after pulling it less than a year ago

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University of Delaware mulls moving spring break after death

University of Delaware officials are considering shifting spring break to coincide with other colleges' schedules following the death of a visiting student who fell from the roof of an off-campus fraternity house earlier this year

Box Office Top 3: 'Independence Day' Celebrates 20 Years With A Flop

"Independence Day: Resurgence" had a smaller debut at the box office than the original did 20 years ago.

Could Elizabeth Warren be Clinton's VP?

CNN has learned that presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is vetting Sen. Elizabeth Warren as a possible running mate. CNN's Jeff Zeleny has the latest.

Alco Electronics' David Leung on making gadgets in China

A visit to an Alco factory in China offers insight into what it takes to sell to the rest of the world

Africa's magazine industry persists in digital era

CNN's Rosie Tomkins talks to editors behind some of the top magazines in the African continent about their strategy to keep their publications relevant.

White nationalists, protesters clash in California; 10 hurt

A white nationalist group's rally outside the California state Capitol building turned violent when a fight broke out with a larger group of counter protesters, leaving 10 people injured with stab wounds, cuts and bruises

Alaska rafting deaths highlight response challenges

The recent deaths of two women during a rafting excursion illustrate not only how unpredictably dangerous Alaska's wilderness can be, but also how limited resources are in the nation's largest state

Fake monks? Buddhist leaders warn NYC tourists to be wary

They wear orange robes and carry shiny gold-colored medallions, stopping people in New York City to offer greetings of peace

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Sen. Al Franken Says He'd Accept The Job As Clinton's VP

But Hillary Clinton isn't vetting Franken to be her vice president.

Religions Are Putting Aside Their Differences For Ramadan

Ramadan is a Muslim holiday, but other religious groups around the globe are helping celebrate.

The Latest: European stocks, pound continue to drop on vote

British and European stock markets fell again on Monday amid the uncertainty over what the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union might lead to