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Updated 2018-06-19 04:21
Trump threatens additional tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to visit China, Xinhua reports
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is visiting China Tuesday and Wednesday, Chinese state media announced.
Audio obtained of 'inconsolable' children crying for parents
"I don't want them to stop my father," a child whimpers in Spanish. "I don't want them to deport him."
Trump demands credit for getting along with Kim Jong Un
President Donald Trump continued to defend his budding relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Monday, demanding credit for his role in making "initial steps toward a deal" by establishing a personal rapport with the young dictator during last week's summit in Singapore.
Trump admin. denies separation policy is child abuse
Harry Kane seals dramatic England victory
Donald Trump's Twitter feed is getting more and more bizarre
It's hard to say that President Donald Trump's Twitter habits are getting stranger. After all, this is a President who has, from the start of his presidential campaign, used the social media site as among other things, a communications device, a Festivus pole and a psychologist's couch. He's attacked his own party leaders and suggested it might be time for them to quit. He's attacked a cable news anchor for allegedly receiving a facelift. He's threatened nuclear war with North Korea.
Pompeo talks tough on trade, singles out China
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo heralded progress in the US-North Korean relationship in a speech Monday, while calling out US friends and foes alike for their trade and economic policies.
Satellite images suggest Russia upgraded this nuclear bunker
Audi CEO arrested in Germany
Trump falsely claims rising German crime rate as he pushes immigration debate
As an immigration crisis unfolds at home on the United States' border with Mexico, President Donald Trump trained his ire Monday morning on Germany, a country he falsely said has a rising crime rate.
Israel responds to explosive kites with Gaza strikes
Israel struck nine targets in northern Gaza overnight Monday in response to the launching of explosive and incendiary kites by Palestinians, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said Monday.
Brexit: 'UK will suffer for years'
Video games: The 'digital heroin' ensnaring children?
Watching as a video game ensnares their child, many a parent has grumbled about "digital heroin," likening the flashing images to one of the world's most addictive substances.
Inside CBP's processing detention center: Chain link fences and thermal blankets
Chain link fences, mattresses on the floor and families queuing to be processed -- and oftentimes separated. These are the photos of the processing detention center in McAllen, Texas, that the Customs and Border Protection agency wants you to see.
Meghan Markle's father says she 'cried' because he missed her wedding
The Duchess of Sussex's father, Thomas Markle, says his daughter cried when he told her he would not be able to attend her wedding to Prince Harry.
Thai King now in direct control of Crown's fortunes, must pay taxes on it
Billions of dollars worth of assets held by the Thai Crown have been transferred directly to Thai King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, a move that will vastly increase his personal wealth and tax liability.
What diabetes after 50 may mean
The onset of diabetes after the age of 50 could be an early sign of pancreatic cancer, a new study suggests.
Japan protests South Korean military drills
South Korea has angered Japan by staging military drills near a contested island chain, even as it discusses scaling back joint "war games" with the US to de-escalate tensions with North Korea.
Japan quake kills 3
Strong earthquakes have struck Ring of Fire nations Japan and Guatemala within hours of each other.
Would-be Indian child bride fights back and helps others
Story behind viral photo of crying toddler
CNN's Ana Cabrera speaks to John Moore, the Getty Images photographer behind the viral photo of a toddler crying as border patrol searches her mother.
Papua New Guinea declares 9-month state of emergency due to riots
The Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea has declared a nine-month state of emergency in the country's rugged Southern Highlands province in response to several days of riots.
Laura Bush pens scathing column on child separation
Former first lady Laura Bush spoke out Sunday night about the separation of families on the US border, writing a harsh criticism of the current zero-tolerance immigration policy being enforced under the Trump administration.
Beaches, bases, battles: Inside the seven-decade fight for Okinawa
'Mother Meral': The woman trying to drive Turkey's Erdogan from office
Quarrels between men end when a woman throws her headscarf on the ground, according to Turkish tradition.
At least 5 killed after Border Patrol chase ends in crash
American Brooks Koepka wins second straight title
Brooks Koepka became the first man to win back-to-back US Open titles for 29 years after overcoming a testing and controversial week at Shinnecock Hills.
Colombia election: Conservative Duque wins
Colombians on Sunday cast their ballots in the second round of the presidential election, choosing between conservative candidate Ivan Duque and leftist Gustavo Petro.
Sharp drop in cancer-causing infections
The introduction of HPV vaccines has led to a sharp reduction in the number of young women with the cancer-causing infection in England, new data from Public Health England finds.
Shooting at New Jersey art festival hurts 20
Twenty people, including a teenager, were injured early Sunday in a shooting at a 24-hour art festival in Trenton, New Jersey, the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office said.
Ex-Trump operative met with Russian 'offering Clinton dirt for $2M'
Conservative political provocateur Roger Stone in 2016 met with a Russian who offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton in exchange for $2 million, Stone and former Trump campaign communications official Michael Caputo told CNN.
Brazil held in check by Swiss despite Coutinho wonder strike
Brazil will have to wait a while longer to exorcize the demons of 2014 after they were held to a 1-1 draw by a dogged Switzerland side.
Celebrities are influencing Trump -- and US policy
Donald Trump has always been fixated with celebrity. Before he was President or even host of NBC's "The Apprentice," the real estate mogul spent years working the New York City tabloids to catapult himself to fame.
Mexico stun defending champs Germany
Melania Trump enters US immigration row with rare statement
In a rare statement on a policy issue, first lady Melania Trump weighed in through her spokeswoman on the immigration crisis taking place at America's borders.
Kolarov's stunning free kick pushes Serbia past Costa Rica
Aleksandar Kolarov scored one of the goals of the tournament as his stunning free-kick, one which Cristiano Ronaldo would have been proud of, earned Serbia three crucial points against Costa Rica.
Taliban rejects ceasefire extension
What was supposed to be a day of ceasefires in Afghanistan turned into a day of carnage in Nangarhar province.
Deadly explosions rock Eid celebrations
Twin bomb blasts at a mosque in northeastern Nigeria killed at least 20 people and wounded scores more, local police told CNN.
'Putt-gate': Phil Mickelson sparks controversy
It's his 48th birthday and he should know better, but Phil Mickelson ran after a still moving putt and hit the ball back towards the hole during his third round of the US Open Saturday.
Why Trump's wild week matters
Trump gets defensive about North Korea summit
A ship's fate symbolizes a divided Europe
The new Italian government is making international headlines -- and not necessarily for its generosity. Interior Minister Matteo Salvini refused to allow the Aquarius, a vessel carrying more than 600 migrants, to dock on Sunday. Fortunately for those on board the Aquarius, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has offered them refuge.
India moves ahead with tariffs on US goods
Pope: Abortion to avoid birth defects is like Nazi eugenics
Pope Francis compared having an abortion to avoid birth defects to the Nazi era idea of trying to create a pure race.
Turned away by Italy, hundreds of migrants arrive in Spain after 800-mile boat journey
Greece and Macedonia sign deal on name change
Greece and Macedonia signed an historic agreement Sunday to rename the latter the Republic of North Macedonia, possibly putting end to a dispute that has soured relations between the two countries for decades.
'Shocked and sea sick': What it's like on board
Hundreds of migrants who were left to drift in the Mediterranean after Italy and Malta turned them away arrived in Spain on Sunday, ending, at least temporarily, a political crisis in Europe over policing the continent's southern border.
Migrants land in Spain after week at sea
Beaches, bases, battles: The seven-decade fight for Okinawa
Akiko Urasaki knows what it's like to grow up with the specter of war.