In Hiroshima 71 years after first atomic strike, Obama calls for end of nuclear weapons
HIROSHIMA, Japan — Nearly 71 years after an American bomber passed high above this Japanese city on a clear August morning on a mission that would alter history, President Obama on Friday made a solemn visit to Hiroshima to offer respects to the ...
Obama's mantra is usually 'no drama.' Here's how his Asia trip challenged that mentality
Weekend Roundup: The 'Apology' That Matters Is to Never Again Use Nuclear Weapons
Obama mourns dead in Hiroshima, calls for world without nuclear arms
14 injured in lightning strikes in France and Germany
(CNN) Lightning strikes injured at least 14 people in France and Germany Saturday, leaving as many as nine of them severely hurt, authorities said. In Paris, lightning struck a group of children and adults in Parc Monceau, a few blocks north of the ...
Lightning strikes leave 9 badly hurt in France and Germany
Children fight to live after lightning hits 11 in Paris park
Lightning injures several in France and Germany
Pro-Trump, anti-Trump groups clash in San Diego
San Diego (CNN) Police clad in riot gear and wielding batons began dispersing a crowd of Donald Trump supporters and protesters here Friday night after the presumptive GOP nominee held a rally. After issuing orders to the crowd of roughly 1,000 to ...
Never mind Trump, GOP uniting under banner: 'Never Hillary'
Trump's Strategy of Generating Controversy for Cable News Is Backfiring
This is an American tragedy: Republicans must step up and defeat Donald Trump
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Bernie Sanders' call for ouster of two convention co-chairs rejected
Democratic National Committee officials on Saturday turned down Bernie Sanders' formal request for the ouster of “aggressive attack surrogates” for Hillary Clinton from key national convention committees. The campaign announced earlier that it wanted ...
Sanders tests Wasserman Schultz
Sanders to DNC: Remove Clinton backers from convention committees
Sanders wants Democratic rules committee co-chairs removed. The DNC says, 'no.'
Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones dies after gunshot wound
New Orleans Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones has died of a gunshot wound to the abdomen. The Pelicans issued a statement Saturday afternoon confirming the news. "It is with deep sadness that the Pelicans organization acknowledges the sudden ...
Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones dies of gunshot wound at age 23
Pelicans' Bryce Dejean-Jones dies after gunshot wound
Pelicans guard Bryce Dejean-Jones dies at age 23
Flooding, Heavy Rain and Tropical Depression Threaten Millions Over Holiday Weekend
A large swath of the nation was on alert Saturday as flooding, heavy rain and the threat of a tropical depression loomed over the long holiday weekend. In Texas, at least two people were killed and four others were missing after torrential downpours ...
At least 2 dead, 5 missing after heavy rains in Texas, Kansas
At least 1 dead, 3 missing in Texas flooding
Texas flooding turns deadly, more rain expected
Russian President Vladimir Putin warns he'll retaliate against NATO missiles
(CNN) Russian President Vladimir Putin said Russia will retaliate against the placement of U.S. missiles in nearby countries such as Romania, according to Russia's state-run news agency TASS. The United States launched a ground-based missile defense ...
Putin visits Russian Orthodox monastic community in Greece
Putin: Russia Will Respond to US Missile Shield in Europe
Putin wraps up Greek trip with Russian monastery visit
WWII plane crashes during promotional flight
(CNN) Pilot William Gordon, who was flying the vintage World War II plane that went down in the Hudson River in New York, was remembered with a flyover at the American Airpower Museum on Saturday. Gordon, 56, was flying the museum's P-47 ...
'It's crushing': World War II-era plane crashes into the Hudson River, killing pilot
Doomed Hudson River pilot survived 2009 air-show crash crisis
Vintage plane crashed in Hudson River during emergency landing: owner
Doctors: Postpone or move Olympics due to Zika
(CNN) The summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro should be postponed or moved "in the name of public health" due to the widening Zika outbreak in Brazil, more than 100 prominent doctors and professors said Friday in an open letter to the World Health ...
World Health Organization Dismisses Calls To Move Or Postpone Rio Olympics
UN health agency rejects Rio Olympics postponement call over Zika
Zika crisis: WHO seeks to allay fears over Rio Olympics
Tropical cyclone to drench South Carolina coast, menace the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic through Memorial Day
There's never a good time for a tropical storm, even a weak one. But most would agree Memorial Day weekend is particularly bad timing, especially those along the South Carolina coast, where a tropical storm warning is in effect ahead of heavy rain, ...
South Carolina gets tropical storm warning for holiday weekend
TD2 expected to strengthen this weekend
Tropical storm forming in Atlantic cuts path toward South Carolina