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July 17, 2019

The Disney heiress says she found workers struggling when she recently visited the park undercover
Disneyland calls itself "The Happiest Place on Earth," but family heiress Abigail Disney said she found workers struggling when she recently visited the park undercover. ... click to read more

Disney heiress: Billionaires don't share the same planet
Disney heiress Abigail Disney explains to CNN's Don Lemon why she's a proponent of a federal wealth tax to help address income inequality. ... click to read more

Disney heiress calls on company to give 50% of exec bonuses to lowest-paid employees
Abigail Disney is doubling down on her criticism of executive pay at her family's company. ... click to read more

A tale of two minimum wages
CNN's Jon Sarlin takes a look into the widening gulf between the 39% of the U.S. that has a $7.25 minimum wage, and the 61% with a higher one. ... click to read more

A $15 minimum wage started as a slogan. This week, it's set to pass the House
Nearly seven years ago, a week after Black Friday, a few dozen workers walked off their New York City fast food jobs to demonstrate for higher pay. The median wage for fast food workers was $9 an hour, CNN reported at the time. The demand that would soon emerge as the movement's rallying cry — $15 ... click to read more

Bill Gates is no longer the world's second-richest person
Bill Gates is no longer the world's second-richest person. That title now belongs to French billionaire Bernard Arnault. ... click to read more

Trump makes 13 false claims in Cabinet meeting
President Donald Trump uttered a rapid series of false claims, at least 13 in all, during his Cabinet meeting on Tuesday. He made another claim for which there is no public evidence, and he offered positive words about an ally's accusation for which there is no public evidence. ... click to read more

Four Republicans voted to condemn Trump's racist tweets
The House voted 240-187 on Tuesday night to officially condemn racist language from President Donald Trump in a motion that was supported by four House Republicans. ... click to read more

Anderson Cooper: This isn't some drunk idiot, it's the friggin' President
CNN's Anderson Cooper expresses his deep concern with President Donald Trump's racist comments. ... click to read more

Analysis: This one word is a telltale sign Trump is being dishonest
President Donald Trump told a dramatic story on Twitter last month. ... click to read more

Trump voter: I'm glad he said what he said
CNN's Randi Kaye speaks to a group of Republican women who say they don't have a problem with President Trump's racist attacks on four Democratic congresswomen of color. ... click to read more

Did the US ever try to weaponize lyme disease via ticks?
The US House of Representatives has ordered an investigation into whether the Department of Defense experimented with ticks and other insects as biological weapons. ... click to read more

Analysis: Kellyanne Conway just said something that will stun you
Kellyanne Conway prides herself on her combativeness with the press. It's a trait that has long endeared her to President Donald Trump and kept her in his ever-shrinking inner circle of advisers. ... click to read more

Ex-Ecuador President: Assange meddled in US election from embassy
Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said Tuesday his country was aware that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was interfering in the 2016 US presidential election from the safety of Ecuador's embassy in London, where he lived under political asylum until this year. ... click to read more

Opinion: Trump has met his match
President Donald Trump may have finally met his match: The Squad. ... click to read more

American scientist killed in Greece was raped, police say
Suzanne Eaton, the American scientist killed in Greece, was raped, police in Crete said Tuesday. ... click to read more

A 6-year-old Utah girl was accidentally killed by a golf ball that her father hit
A six-year-old girl died Monday after she was hit in the head by a golf ball that her father hit, authorities said. ... click to read more

El Chapo's sentencing may be the last time the public ever sees him
When Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" is sentenced Wednesday in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, it could be the last time the public -- and even some members of his family -- ever see him in person. ... click to read more

Former Peruvian President arrested in California
Former Peruvian president Alejandro Toledo was arrested Tuesday in California, the Peruvian Attorney General said on Twitter. ... click to read more

Stanford University is investigating a noose hanging near a student residence
Stanford University is looking into reports of a noose found hanging near a campus residence -- which could become a hate crime investigation. ... click to read more

He was serving life in prison for a murder. Prosecutors had evidence that he was 'likely innocent' for 27 years
After serving nearly 28 years in prison, a Philadelphia man was freed after authorities publicly acknowledged that police and prosecutors had evidence that pointed to other suspects. ... click to read more

He may be the most prolific serial killer in the US. And another victim may now be known
Samuel Little, who claims to be the most prolific serial killer in American history, has admitted killing a woman 25 years ago in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, a Pine Bluff official tells CNN. ... click to read more

Cops seize dozens of guns, air-to-air missile and Nazi paraphernalia during bust
Italian police have seized "an arsenal of military weapons" and a collection of Nazi paraphernalia from three men, one of whom is a former political candidate for an extreme right party. ... click to read more

'Modern Family' star Sarah Hyland and 'Bachelorette' contestant Wells Adams are engaged
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There's a dangerous heatwave building across much of the US
Nearly half of the US population will see temperatures of at least 95 degrees over the next seven days, according to meteorologists. ... click to read more

Doctor pulls deer tick out of man's eye
Kentucky electrical worker Chris Prater douses himself in insect repellent every day to beat the bugs he encounters on the job. ... click to read more

Lil Nas X is ready for the Area 51 raid
Looks like Lil Nas X is ready to answer the call to storm Area 51 with an Old Town Raid. ... click to read more

Sex toys will be officially sanctioned at CES after vibrator controversy
Following allegations of sexism and gender bias, the Consumer Technology Association said Tuesday it would officially sanction sex tech companies, allowing them to show their products at next year's Consumer Electronics Show. ... click to read more

World's steepest street revealed
The seaside town of Harlech in Wales is now home to the world's steepest street, Guinness World Records has ruled, knocking a New Zealand road off the top spot after more than a decade. ... click to read more

Sadie Roberts-Joseph exuded a 'quiet power' as she enriched her community
When officials in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, refused to make black history part of the mandatory school curriculum, Sadie Roberts-Joseph created a museum dedicated to African-American heritage, friends say. ... click to read more

Rare NASA footage shows search for life
After astronauts from the Apollo 11 mission brought back samples from the moon, scientists at NASA searched for signs of extraterrestrial life. ... click to read more

17-year-old who announced Colts draft picks dies
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Shark attacks teen on boogie board
Jackie Jozaitis suffered bites to her foot and ankle after a shark attacked the 16-year-old while she was boogie boarding off Amelia Island in Florida. ... click to read more

How did Kim Jong Un get his Mercedes-Benzes?
On June 14, 2018, two armored Mercedes-Maybach S600 Guard vehicles were shipped from the Dutch Port of Rotterdam, heading out on a journey that would take months and see the cars transported thousands of miles through six countries, according to a new report from the Washington-based Center for Adv... click to read more

Analysis: What happens when parts of South Asia become unlivable?
Almost six million people are under threat from rising flood waters across South Asia, where hundreds of thousands of people have already been displaced as a result of heavy monsoon rains. ... click to read more

China interrupts pop star during UN speech
Chinese diplomats repeatedly interrupted a Hong Kong pop star and activist as she accused Beijing of "preventing our democracy at all costs" in a speech to the United Nations. ... click to read more

Muslim nations defend China as it cracks down on Muslims, shattering myths of Islamic solidarity
Last week, 22 mostly Western countries launched the world's first major collective challenge to China's crackdown on Uyghur Muslims and other minorities. ... click to read more

Australia calls on China to release mother and child held in Xinjiang
The Australian government has called on China release a young Australian boy and his mother who have been unable to leave Xinjiang since 2017. ... click to read more

Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens dies at 99
Justice John Paul Stevens, who was nominated to the Supreme Court by Republican President Gerald Ford in 1975 in the wake of Watergate and stepped down almost 35 years later as a leader for the liberal side of the bench, has died. He was 99. ... click to read more

Opinion: The Supreme Court's Jedi Master
Justice John Paul Stevens was remarkable in so many ways that even his death at the age of 99 comes as a surprise. He had published only two months earlier his biography, teasingly titled "The Making of a Justice: My First 94 Years." And for those of us who practiced before the Supreme Court, it di... click to read more

In pictures: Justice John Paul Stevens
Justice John Paul Stevens, who was nominated to the Supreme Court by Republican President Gerald Ford in 1975 has died. He was 99. Stevens, known as a soft-spoken Midwesterner with a searing intellect, died on Tuesday of complications following a stroke he suffered on July 15, according to a statem... click to read more

'The Bachelorette' sex argument people are talking about
"The Bachelorette" Hannah Brown sent a contestant home Monday night after he pressured her about sex. ... click to read more

Julia Roberts wins for best Emmy snub reaction
Julia Roberts is so good at accepting awards that she even knows how to graciously accept a snub. ... click to read more

This giant python could break a world record
Ginormica, a giant python at Florida's Emerald Coast Zoo, is just over 20 feet and weighs 200 pounds. She's not done growing. ... click to read more

WNBA suspends player after domestic violence allegation
The WNBA suspended a Los Angeles Sparks player without pay on Tuesday because of a domestic violence allegation stemming from an incident in December, the league said. ... click to read more

Nestle introduces a new kind of chocolate
Nestle has introduced a new chocolate bar without added sugar, as the company tries to stay ahead of changing consumer tastes and trends. ... click to read more

SpaceX thinks it knows what went wrong aboard the Crew Dragon
SpaceX revealed what it believes destroyed its Crew Dragon spacecraft in April. ... click to read more

Ikea is shutting down its only US factory
To cut costs, the Swedish company is closing its in the United States. ... click to read more

William Barr's decision in Eric Garner's case is a disgrace
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Epstein's indictment is just the tip of the iceberg
The fallout from the Southern District of New York's indictment of Jeffrey Epstein has already been seismic: Epstein, a well-connected billionaire, is currently behind bars, pending a judge's bail decision on Thursday, and Labor Secretary Alex Acosta has tendered his resignation. And this is just t... click to read more

They told me, 'go back to your country'
"Go back to your country" and "love it or leave it" -- those were taunts thrown at me 28 years ago in high school. When the President of the United States tweeted something similar about members of Congress on Sunday, it brought back some painful memories but also some hopeful ones, that our commun... click to read more

As he divides, Trump betrays his country and family
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Scarlett Johansson is right about one thing
Monday was not a good day for Scarlett Johansson on the internet. The most recent edition of As If magazine -- a 4-years-old niche luxury magazine that is no doubt delighted with the publicity -- features the multimillionaire actress in conversation with the artist David Salle, who also styled her ... click to read more

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Apollo 11 launched 50 years ago today. She was the only woman in the room
During the historic launch of Apollo 11 which put the first men on the moon, rows of men in shirts and ties lined the consoles inside Kennedy Space Center. ... click to read more

Neil Armstrong's spacesuit is now on display
After years of painstaking conservation, Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit is now on display at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon mission. ... click to read more

Michael Collins on the launch that changed history
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins remembers looking up a the sky as a child, seeing "the most marvelous things up there" and wanting to know more about them, he told CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. That's when he knew that he wanted to fly. ... click to read more

Watch the countdown to Apollo 11's 1969 liftoff
CNN Films' documentary "Apollo 11" uses newly discovered footage and hours of uncatalogued audio recordings to tell the story of the 1969 moon landing with new clarity. The film airs Saturday, July 20 at 9 and 11 p.m. ET. ... click to read more

Apollo Mission Control restored to its former glory
The Apollo Mission Control Center once buzzed with excitement as flight controllers communicated with the first astronauts to orbit the Earth, land on the moon and pilot shuttles. It's where dedicated experts oversaw operations for each mission, hour by hour. ... click to read more

First female European Commission President elected
Germany's Ursula von der Leyen has been elected as the European Commission's first female president. ... click to read more

Xi Jinping faces backlash in China and around the world
The backlash abroad against President Xi Jinping's China, at least in developed nations, has spread rapidly in the last year. ... click to read more

Beijing education reforms aim to help China's over-worked, over-tested students
Millions of school students have started their long summer vacation this month, but for some the two-month break won't be much of a holiday. ... click to read more

Half a million people told to work from home
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A man killed his girlfriend and then shared photos of her dead body on a gaming platform, police say
A recent high school graduate -- who cultivated an online following, particularly among gamers, by posting selfies -- was killed over the weekend ... click to read more

NFL player accused of knocking out woman
The New York Giants have suspended safety Kamrin Moore after he was charged with aggravated assault following an incident in which a woman alleged he stepped on her neck before knocking her unconscious. ... click to read more

A group of Oklahoma teens found a human leg with a shoe still attached
Oklahoma teens scavenging for frogs made a grisly discovery: a human leg with the shoe still attached. ... click to read more

Alan Arkin, Billy Porter and more react to Emmy nominations
You may have had a good Tuesday, but you probably didn't have a "I got nominated for an Emmy" Tuesday. ... click to read more

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