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April 19, 2019

The armed encounter took place south of the border fence but north of the Rio Grande, two US defense officials say
Two US soldiers were questioned by Mexican troops earlier this month while conducting a surveillance operation on the US side of the southern border, two US defense officials tell CNN. ... click to read more

A militia group detained migrants at the border. The ACLU calls it kidnapping
A militia group near the US-Mexico border detained hundreds of people this week, New Mexico's attorney general told CNN. ... click to read more

This iconic image of the border crisis won a major award
Photographer John Moore's image showing a crying migrant child on the US-Mexico border has been named the World Press Photo of the Year. ... click to read more

Rep. Duncan Hunter posts video climbing over fake 'border wall,' opponent claims he violated bail agreement
Rep. Duncan Hunter posted a video Thursday of himself climbing over a barrier that he erroneously calls "the grand border wall" in a move his Democratic opponent initially claimed violated Hunter's bail agreement. ... click to read more

More US troops likely to be sent to the border, acting defense secretary says
Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan said Friday that the Pentagon has yet to receive a formal request for additional support from the US military on the southern border but he expects that his department will be providing additional support. ... click to read more

Opinion: What a 21st-century border would actually look like
The criticism of the Trump administration's approach to immigration is richly deserved; not only has their approach to the border been a humanitarian and moral catastrophe, it has also likely made the situation worse. Every shift in policy, every threat to bear down even harder, is like a beacon to... click to read more

Hope Hicks' struggle to persuade 'boss man' Trump
She built a national reputation as the elusive public relations force behind President Donald Trump's campaign and administration, but Hope Hicks couldn't save the President from himself on Air Force One in July of 2017. ... click to read more

Opinion: Mueller's report looks bad for Obama
The partisan warfare over the Mueller report will rage, but one thing cannot be denied: Former President Barack Obama looks just plain bad. On his watch, the Russians meddled in our democracy while his administration did nothing about it. ... click to read more

Trump voters react to Mueller report
CNN's Miguel Marquez talks to voters in Milwaukee on the day that special counsel Robert Mueller's report was released to the public. ... click to read more

How Mueller used Bitcoin to catch Russia
Russian operatives used cryptocurrency at almost every stage in their online efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report on his investigation. ... click to read more

Analysis: The 1 thing Mueller report proves
The Mueller report -- the result of a 22-month investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election -- didn't end the debate over whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice or acted inappropriately while in office. But there's one thing it proved beyond any debate: The President lies... click to read more

Sarah Sanders denies lying despite admission
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders told ABC's George Stephanopoulos she did not lie during a 2017 statement about the FBI, despite admitting that the comment was "not founded on anything," according to the Mueller Report. ... click to read more

Analysis: Mueller's report leaves open possibility of post-White House criminal exposure for Trump
Special counsel Robert Mueller abided by Justice Department guidelines that a sitting president can't be indicted, but in preparing the detailed 448-page report, the long-time law enforcement official has teed up an investigation into obstruction that could outlive President Donald Trump's time in ... click to read more

Ocasio-Cortez plans Kentucky visit despite being disinvited by GOP colleague
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York is planning to visit Kentucky soon despite being uninvited by one of the state's Republican members of Congress. ... click to read more

9th Circuit deals crackdown on sanctuary cities another hit
A federal appeals court ruled against the Trump administration's attempt to block a California law that limits cooperation between law enforcement and federal immigration authorities. ... click to read more

Your old measles vaccine may not be effective -- and might never have been
Nearly two decades after measles was declared eliminated in the US, the country and the globe have seen an upsurge of cases -- including adults who thought they were protected by the vaccine. Now, some are questioning whether they are properly vaccinated and whether they are still at risk for getti... click to read more

5-year-old boy thrown off Mall of America balcony showing 'real signs of recovery'
The 5-year-old boy who was thrown off a third-floor balcony at the Mall of America in Minnesota is showing "real signs of recovery," according to a post on behalf of the family. ... click to read more

14-year-old girls drew up plans to kill 9 people and dispose of the bodies, police say
Two 14-year-old girls in Florida have been arrested after a teacher discovered their plans to kill nine people, sheriff's reports say. ... click to read more

Trump fires back at Mueller report: Total bulls***
President Donald Trump changes his tone on special counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian election interference one day after its release. CNN's White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins reports. ... click to read more

9 countries and 3 US agencies to investigate initial 737 Max certification
Government officials from civil aviation authorities in nine countries, as well as members of the three US federal agencies, will investigate how the 737 Max airplane was initially certified, according to a release from the Federal Aviation Administration. ... click to read more

Recall of blood pressure drug expanded
If you take blood pressure medicine, you'll want to double-check your bottle. Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. has expanded its recall of losartan potassium and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets. ... click to read more

Tinder and Bumble remove George Zimmerman from their platforms
George Zimmerman appears to be looking for a good time. Dating apps don't want any part of it. ... click to read more

Hurricane Michael upgraded to Category 5
Hurricane Michael, which barreled into the Florida Panhandle in October, has been upgraded to a Category 5 storm, scientists at the National Hurricane Center said Friday. ... click to read more

Donald Glover launches Adidas line in honor of the worn and dirty shoe
Looks like Donald Glover has more creative projects up his sleeve beyond Coachella and "Guava Island." ... click to read more

Cardi B rejects plea deal in strip club case
Rapper Cardi B showed up to court in New York on Friday and rejected a plea deal regarding her involvement in a strip club brawl that took place last year. ... click to read more

GOP lawmaker tweets video climbing fake 'border wall'
Rep. Duncan Hunter's office later said he had not crossed the border, after his Democratic opponent initially claimed Hunter had violated his bail agreement. ... click to read more

Jenna Dewan's boyfriend got her hooked on wrestling
Jenna Dewan has a new hobby: watching pro-wrestling. ... click to read more

Mystery remains found at 'haunted' hotel
Bottles and jars containing possible human medical specimens were discovered in Arkansas by workers at the Crescent Hotel, which calls itself "America's Most Haunted Hotel." ... click to read more

Oprah will not spend money on avocados
Oprah Winfrey's avocado toast is not like yours. ... click to read more

Actress reveals she dropped her son on his head, fracturing his skull
Jenny Mollen and her family have had "a traumatic week." ... click to read more

Waitress impressed celebs with singing
A video of a Cleveland waitress went viral for her singing skills. ... click to read more

Experts think injured QB is NFL's next big star
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Jason Momoa loses beard. People are freaking out
Before you ask "Why is this news?" remember that it's Jason Momoa. ... click to read more

'My parents took my whole life from me'
[Breaking news update at 1:09 p.m. ET] ... click to read more

Children speak in court and leave mom in tears
David and Louise Turpin hear impact statements from two of their children during their sentencing. The Turpins pleaded guilty to holding captive and torturing their children for years in their California home. ... click to read more

Turpin parents plead guilty to multiple charges, including torture
The parents who held their 13 children captive inside their California home pleaded guilty Friday to multiple charges, including torture, prosecutors said. ... click to read more

Surveillance shows Turpin siblings' escape
A neighbor's security camera appears to show the Turpin siblings escaping their California home after authorities arrest their parents. ... click to read more

'I've never been out': Chilling 911 call reveals abuse in Turpin family
The 17-year-old girl who called police to report her allegedly abusive parents in Perris, California, said the house the family lived in smelled so badly that she could barely breathe, and she thought she and her 12 siblings might need to go to the doctor. ... click to read more

Classmate: Turpin child was bullied in school
CNN's Brooke Baldwin reads an emotional letter from a former classmate of the Turpin children. ... click to read more

McDonald's is ditching its fancy burgers
McDonald's is streamlining its menu by revamping its Quarter Pounder and abandoning its craft burgers. ... click to read more

Why Carl's Jr. is testing out a CBD burger
Carl's Jr. is testing out a cannabis burger to stay at the forefront of the CBD trend. ... click to read more

Guinness will stop using plastic in beer multipacks
Guinness is ditching plastic ring containers and shrink wrap in its beer multipacks. ... click to read more

'Pitch Perfect' stars call it quits after two years of marriage
"Pitch Perfect" stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin are splitting up after more than two years of marriage. ... click to read more

CNN reporter 'attacked' by lizard on air
CNN's Abby Phillip maintained her composure as a lizard climbed on her while she was reporting on live television. ... click to read more

Sports teams dump Kate Smith's 'God Bless America' because of her racist songs
For years, baseball's New York Yankees and hockey's Philadelphia Flyers have played singer Kate Smith's famous rendition of "God Bless America" during games. ... click to read more

There were only 147 of the world's fattest parrots alive -- and then came the baby boom
Behold the delightful kakapo, a flightless bird that holds the honor of being the fattest kind of parrot in the world. These roly-poly land angels are native to New Zealand, and unfortunately, they are also critically endangered: Up until recently, there were only 147 of them. ... click to read more

These tech IPOs are soaring. Should you invest?
Lyft may be a clunker of a stock so far. But that isn't stopping a parade of other Silicon Valley unicorns from going public. ... click to read more

Netflix's message to Disney and Amazon
Netflix has a message for Disney, Amazon, Apple and the numerous other media and tech companies vying for the streaming media throne: We still wear the crown. ... click to read more

Uber and Lyft may look the same, but their visions are not
At first blush, it can be hard to tell Uber and Lyft's businesses apart. Both companies offer rides on demand, from a mix of cars, bikes and scooters. They rely on a vast workforce of independent contractors, many of whom drive for both companies. Uber and Lyft even share certain large investors, a... click to read more

The Mueller report is shocking
After a news conference by Attorney General William Barr, Congress and the public can access a redacted version of the Mueller report. Commentators will weigh in here throughout the day with smart takes on the report. The views expressed in this commentary are theirs. View more opinion articles on ... click to read more

My grandfather's Passover tradition gives me hope
A hundred years ago, the 750,000-member Federation of Ukrainian Jews in America warned that 6 million in its region back home were in peril. This was after a spate of pogroms that killed at least 127,000. It made headlines. Then the issue was put on a back burner. ... click to read more

Easter isn't about sacrifice, it's about faith and love
You think you know what Easter means? ... click to read more

My friend Lyra McKee lost her life seeking truth
Last night, my friend Lyra McKee was shot dead by terrorists on the streets of Derry. She was shot in the head as she tried to cover riots which had broken out in the Creggan part of the city. ... click to read more

The speech Trump will never give
My fellow Americans. ... click to read more

Democrats should embrace Neera Tanden
Earlier this month, I interviewed Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress, about her upbringing, work and the future of the Democratic Party. In the interview, Tanden spoke candidly about the need to unify the party and focus on bread and butter issues that Americans care about-... click to read more

The hunt for Shakespeare's home
If, like me, you're a Shakespeare specialist with a media profile, your phone has been ringing off the hook this week. Earlier this month, the UK's Daily Telegraph unveiled an "exclusive" claim that a museum creator has found the exact address where a young William Shakespeare lived in 1598, the ye... click to read more

Refinance rates at 3.125% APR. Do you qualify?
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9 cards charging 0% interest until 2021
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Your guide to the high-performance life
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Saudi sisters go public in plea for help: 'We are in danger'
Two Saudi sisters who planned their escape for almost five years and are now seeking asylum in the country of Georgia have revealed their identities in a plea for international help. ... click to read more

Journalist killed in N Ireland seen as rising star
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Japan Emperor's first foreign guest: Trump
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Couple could face death penalty over 'sea home'
An American bitcoin trader and his girlfriend could face the death penalty after they were accused of threatening Thailand's sovereignty by building and living in a "sea home" off the coast of Phuket. ... click to read more

China invades Facebook to go after critics
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Flu season is longest in a decade, CDC says
It's official: This year's flu season is a record breaker. ... click to read more

DNA from old razor helps solve cold cases from 40 years ago
Police have cracked a cold case with DNA found on the razor of the man they say raped and killed two women more than four decades ago in California. ... click to read more

Pot stocks are soaring
For decades, though nobody was really sure why, April 20 has been the unofficial holiday for marijuana users and a joke by and about them. Now, though, it's also a reminder of how quickly marijuana is moving from illegal and a joke to a multi-billion dollar legal business — and a good time for us t... click to read more

Basketball coach resigns after review finds she made 'racially insensitive' remarks
University of North Carolina's longtime head women's basketball coach, Sylvia Hatchell, has resigned after a university-commissioned review found she made "racially insensitive" comments, the school's athletics director and other officials announced. ... click to read more

3 dead as storms barrel through the South
Powerful storms pounded the Deep South with rains and strong winds, killing at least three people and threatening some areas with tornadoes on Good Friday. ... click to read more

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