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He knew something was wrong when he entered the consulate. An audio recording describes the journalist's painful last moments, a source says
"I can't breathe." These were the final words uttered by Jamal Khashoggi after he was set upon by a Saudi hit squad at the country's consulate in Istanbul, according to a source briefed on the investigation into the killing of the Washington Post columnist.
Trump's choice to replace John Kelly won't be taking the job
Nick Ayers, the leading candidate to replace John Kelly as President Donald Trump's chief of staff, will not be taking the job, a White House official told CNN Sunday.
Audio transcript captures Khashoggi's final screams and struggles, source says
Weeks after wildfires, woman and her dogs reunited at home's remains
Dogs' loyalty to their masters and homes are the stuff of legend. And here's more heartwarming proof.
China warns Canada over 'lawless' arrest of Huawei CFO
The Chinese Foreign Ministry is summoning the Canadian ambassador to China to address the detention of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, describing it as "lawless" and "extremely vicious."
Nobel Peace Prize winners prove survivor stories matter
Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad says one thing: survivor stories matter. Mukwege, a gynecologist who set up a hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has treated thousands of rape survivors who suffered traumatic injuries at the hands of warring militias, while Murad is an Iraqi Yazidi human rights activist who survived enslavement at the hands of Islamic State militants.
Storm knocks out power to 500,000 in US
A winter storm tearing through the Southeast threatens to keep residents stuck at home with days of dangerous driving conditions, canceled flights and power outages.
Trump tries to change the story, but Russia cloud darkens
SpaceX rocket makes wet crash landing
A Falcon 9 rocket attempting to land ended up in the ocean when it encountered a technical issue after a successful mission into orbit.
Congressman: If Trump claims are true, they're 'impeachable offenses'
If accusations that President Donald Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush payments to women who had alleged affairs with Trump prove to be true, Rep. Jerry Nadler said those actions would be impeachable offenses.
For Moscow, the Trump brand is now toxic
Gatherings of world leaders are often about the absence of substance. Several news cycles from now, few will remember what was discussed at the recent G20 summit in Buenos Aires.
Unlike the US, China's playing the long game
Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the President of the United States, modeled on the President's Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily.
Trump, without evidence, accuses Comey of lying to House panel
President Donald Trump lashed out at former FBI Director James Comey over testimony he gave to the House Judiciary and Oversight committees on Friday, accusing the former FBI chief, without evidence, of lying to lawmakers and questioning his inability to recall events related to certain questions.
Raheem Sterling: UK newspapers 'fuel racism' in football
Football star Raheem Sterling has accused British newspapers of helping to "fuel racism" in their portrayal of young black players, the day after he was subjected to alleged racist abuse in the Premier League.
Trump: Tillerson 'dumb as a rock' and 'lazy as hell'
President Trump lashes out at his former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling him "dumb as a rock" in a tweet following an interview Tillerson did with CBS where he called Trump "undisciplined."
This is what the start of a tech Cold War looks like
The arrest of a top Huawei executive raises the stakes in the intensifying battle between the United States and China for tech supremacy.
French protests are an 'economic catastrophe,' official says
France's beleaguered president Emmanuel Macron is expected to address the nation Monday after a fourth weekend of protests that have challenged his grip on power.
SNL: De Niro's Mueller visits Eric Trump
Robert De Niro returned to "Saturday Night Live" as White House special counsel Robert Mueller to check on President Trump's son Eric.
Back me or risk no Brexit at all, May warns
Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a failure by lawmakers to back her Brexit deal risks leading to the entire venture being canceled.
'Every clod of earth': Europe's most powerful mafia
Back in 2010, Domenico Oppedisano was often seen taking his fruit to market in the town of Rosarno in southern Italy, chugging around in his three-wheeled van. But the 80-year old had another job: he was 'chairman of the board' of Italy's most powerful mafia group -- the 'Ndrangheta.
Trump announces John Kelly is leaving
White House chief of staff John Kelly will be leaving his position at the end of the year, President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House on Saturday afternoon.
Reggae star Buju Banton freed from US jail
Jamaican dance hall reggae artist Mark Anthony Myrie -- popularly known as Buju Banton -- has been released from a federal prison in Georgia.
How far will you go to reduce your beef intake?
The news of a "bleeding" burger with zero meat hitting supermarket shelves in the UK last month was divisive. Passionate carnivores cried out that they wanted real meat, while some vegans and vegetarians complained that veggie alternatives shouldn't have to dress up as meat.
Atlanta United ends city's sports title drought
If there was a sports championship curse in Atlanta -- and with recent events, it may have felt that way -- consider it lifted.
Body found in search for UK backpacker
New Zealand police searching for missing British backpacker Grace Millane say they have found a body, state broadcaster Radio New Zealand reported Sunday.
California teacher forcibly cut student's hair while singing anthem
A California high school teacher has lost her job and is facing multiple criminal charges after cellphone video emerged showing her forcibly cutting a student's hair while belting out an incorrect rendition of the National Anthem.
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray wins the Heisman trophy
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray is the latest in a long line of elite football players to win the Heisman Memorial Trophy.
US Republicans release Comey interview transcript
Former FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers in a closed-door meeting on Friday that he didn't believe firing Robert Mueller alone would derail the investigations that have been launched since he was appointed special counsel last year.
FBI agent shot and wounded in New York
An FBI agent was shot in Brooklyn on Saturday, according to a tweet from the bureau's office in New York.
At least 100 hurt as 'yellow vest' protests turn violent
NYT: Kushner offered advice to Saudi crown prince after journalist's death
The President's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, continued to have private conversations with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman following the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to The New York Times.
Giant collisions shake the cosmos
In 1608, the German-Dutch lensmaker Hans Lippershey became the first person to apply for a patent for what we now call the telescope. By combining two lenses, he found that he could make distant objects appear closer than they are. While some lauded the invention for its military applications, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei turned the telescope to the heavens and opened a new eye on the cosmos. His observations overturned the existing astronomical beliefs of his time.
French capital on lockdown as police clash with protesters and detain hundreds
French police detained more than 340 people in Paris on Saturday as the city locked down ahead of another weekend of violence during protests by the "gilets jaunes" or "yellow vests" anti-government movement.
Elon Musk wants the world to embrace electric car
Elon Musk wants electric vehicles to be successful — even if Tesla goes under trying.
US President claims special counsel filings in Manafort and Cohen cases show no collusion
President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani said Saturday that Friday's court filings in the Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen cases showed no collusion between the 2016 Trump presidential campaign and Russia.
Couple pose nude on Egyptian pyramid
A video uploaded recently to social media that shows a foreign couple climbing to the summit of the Great Khufu Pyramid of Giza and a still picture that shows them in a naked embrace has sparked outrage among Egyptians, state media Ahram Online said Friday.
US case against Huawei CFO revealed in Canadian court
The United States is claiming that the chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei covered up violations of sanctions on Iran, according to Canadian prosecutors.
In space first, China launches rover to far side of moon
China is poised to become the first country in the world to explore the far side of the moon with the launch of a lunar rover Saturday, another step closer to its goal of becoming a space superpower.
Trump claims protesters chanted 'We want Trump!'
President Donald Trump blamed the Paris climate accord as demonstrations in France continued to protest over an increase in fuel tax and other grievances.
Salvini holds 'Italians first' rally in Rome
Far-right Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini attacked same-sex unions and promised to put "Italians first" during a rally in Rome on Saturday, as his government remained locked in deadlock with the EU over its proposed budget.
6 killed in nightclub stampede in Italy
At least six people are dead and dozens wounded following a stampede at an Italian nightclub, the country's Civil Protection Agency said.
Nairobi: The fastest city on the planet?
Nairobi's only been a city since 1954, but it's been making up for lost time ever since.
Man will be charged in murder of backpacker in New Zealand
New Zealand police said they believe missing British backpacker Grace Millane was killed in Auckland, and a man they detained for questioning will be charged with her murder.
Friday was a very, very bad day for Donald Trump
On Friday, President Donald Trump (and the rest of us) got the most fulsome look into the inner workings of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation yet. And what Trump saw has to terrify him.
Prosecutors want 'substantial term of imprisonment' for Michael Cohen
Federal prosecutors Friday requested that Donald Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen receive "a substantial term of imprisonment" for various finance-related crimes.
Japan needs immigrants, but do immigrants need Japan?
One of the first concepts Linh Nguyen learned while studying Japanese was "uchi-soto."
White House chief of staff John Kelly expected to quit soon
Mueller: Paul Manafort lied about contacts with Trump administration this year
Special counsel Robert Mueller said Friday that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort lied about five major issues after agreeing to cooperate with prosecutors, including his "contact with administration officials."
US and UK point to Russia and Assad forces for Aleppo attack
The US and UK dismissed Russian and Syrian claims that opposition forces launched a gas attack on Aleppo in late November, saying that pro-Assad forces were responsible.
Paris tourist sites to close amid fears over violent protests