• Turkey: Decree makes it easier to hold suspects

    Turkey map


    Suspects in Turkey can now be detained for up to 30 days without charges and the government can listen in on all conversations they have with their lawyers under a decree issued by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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    By Susanna Capelouto and Gul Tuysuz
  • Kabul Afghanistan map

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    ISIS claims Afghanistan explosion that kills dozens

    ISIS is claiming responsibility for killing dozens of people during a peaceful demonstration by a minority group in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday.

    "I saw tens of people laying down in blood around me and hundreds of people running away from the scene,...

  • SWAT team at Munich shooting

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    Munich attacker 'researched rampage killings'

    [Breaking new update at 12:55 a.m. ET]

    The person who police say killed nine people in Friday's shootings in Munich was Ali Sonboly, the 18-year-old's neighbors told CNN. German police have not named the shooter, but they have said he was an 18-year-o...

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    Florida men charged with supporting ISIS

    Three Florida men have been arrested and charged with conspiring and attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS, the Department of Justice announced Friday.

  • North Miami police shoot unarmed man

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    North Miami identifies officer who shot unarmed man

    Authorities in North Miami, Florida, on Friday identified the police officer who shot an unarmed African-American man lying in the street with his arms in the air this week.

    The officer is Jonathan Aledda, North Miami City Manager Larry Spring Jr. sa...

  • 2016 DNC

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    Emails released by Wikileaks raise questions of DNC's impartiality

    Nearly 20,000 emails sent and received by Democratic National Committee staff members were released Friday by Wikileaks, with one message in particular raising questions about the committee's impartiality during the Democratic primary.

    The revelation ...

  • Trump University


    Judge Curiel denies Trump U motion to dismiss case

    A federal judge on Friday issued a tentative ruling to deny a bid to dismiss a lawsuit by unhappy customers of Trump University.

    U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel made the ruling from the bench in San Diego, California, with more motions to be heard...

  • Tim Kaine at news conference

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    Labor, abortion rights groups praise Kaine pick

    Potential progressive backlash to Tim Kaine was slow to mount Friday evening after Hillary Clinton chose him as her running mate, though a few traditional Democratic interest groups did take shots at him after the selection was made.

    Kaine is not as l...

  • Protesters during Turkey coup

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    Turkey coup: What does the state of emergency mean?

    Turks found their country locked in a state of emergency Thursday as their President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, vowed to root out perceived enemies of the state following a failed coup over the weekend.

    The three-month emergency status gives the President...

  • China Flag

    Floods, landslides kill 72 people in China

    Heavy rains triggered flooding and landslides in China this week, leaving at least 72 people dead, authorities said.

  • American passport

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    Intersex veteran sues over passport denial

    A Colorado Navy veteran who identifies as neither male nor female has taken the State Department to court for refusing to administer a gender-neutral passport.

  • SWAT team at Munich shooting

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    Munich shooting: 9 victims, gunman are dead, police say

    At least nine people were killed and 16 others injured Friday in a shooting rampage at a busy shopping district in Munich, Germany, police said.

    Police searched for attackers, thinking there might be three, and found a man who had killed himself on a ...

  • Pokemon GO Screenshot

    The Pokemon Company

    Pokemon fever rages near North Korean border

    This northeastern tip of South Korea lies just outside the index grids the game's developers use to geographically block the country.

  • DHA via CNN

    How people in Turkey feel, one week on

    The country is still in a state of emergency. More than 50,000 people have been fired or suspended.

  • Leslie Van Houten better

    CA Department of Corrections

    Governor rejects parole for ex-Manson family member

    California Gov. Jerry Brown denied parole to former Manson family member Leslie Van Houten, saying that the murder convict "currently poses an unreasonable danger to society."

  • Missing Malaysian airliner, messages at Kuala Lumpur airport

    Mark Phillips/CNN

    Report: MH370 pilot flew similar route on simulator

    An FBI forensic examination shows the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 conducted a flight simulation on his home computer that closely matched the suspected route of the missing Boeing 777.

  • Tim Kaine at Senate hearing

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    Clinton's new VP pick could be point man on guns

    Tim Kaine refers to April 16, 2007, as the worst day of his life.

  • Donald Trump, RNC, July 21

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    TV ratings for Trump's acceptance speech weren't 'huge'

    According to Donald Trump, the "television ratings for this convention were through the roof."

  • Clinton Tampa rally


    Clinton on Trump: 'I can't really imagine him on a white horse'

    Hillary Clinton on Friday cast Donald Trump's nomination speech as arrogant and his entire Republican National Convention as dark and depressing, in her first response following the week-long event.

    Speaking in Tampa, Florida, Clinton said the Republi...

  • Donald Trump on RNC video screens

    David Allbritton/CNN

    Trump offers low-key response to Munich attack

    Donald Trump gave an uncharacteristically subdued response Friday to the shooting rampage in Munich, Germany, offering his prayers to the victims.

  • Usain Bolt, 2015 Worlds

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    Usain Bolt: My sport needs me to win Olympic gold

    With dark clouds hanging over the Olympic Games, Usain Bolt is ready to light up Rio 2016.

  • Pokemon Go players

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    Pokemon Go breaks Apple download records

    It should come as no surprise to players frustrated with overloaded servers, or anyone who's seen hordes of people catching Pokemon in the streets, that Pokemon Go is kind of a big deal.

  • World Trade Center sphere

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    World Trade Center sphere to come home

    The iconic 25-ton sphere that stood in front of the World Trade Center's twin towers and was heavily damaged in the September 11 terror attack will return to its original home 15 years later.

    German sculptor Fritz Koenig's "Sphere for Plaza Fountain"...

  • Zika mosquitos

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    Zika found in common house mosquitoes in Brazil

    Researchers in Brazil announced Thursday the "presence of the Zika virus" in Culex mosquitoes (the common house mosquito) in the eastern city of Recife.

  • NBA commissioner Adam Silver at 2016 All-Star Game

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    This is how much loss of NBA All-Star Game will cost Charlotte

    The NBA's decision to pull its All-Star Game out of Charlotte means an estimated loss of $100 million to the city's economy.


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