Abedin, Weiner separating after new sexting allegations
Washington (CNN) Longtime Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin announced Monday that she and former US Rep. Anthony Weiner are separating after new reports surfaced that he sent sexually suggestive photos again. "After long and painful consideration ...
Clinton aide Abedin separating from Weiner after more lewd texts
Huma Abedin To Separate From Anthony Weiner After New Sexting Allegations
Anthony Weiner scandal: Huma Abedin splits from sexting husband
How exactly did lightning kill 323 reindeer in Norway?
Lightning during a recent thunderstorm in Norway killed a herd of 323 reindeer — 70 of them calves — making it one of the deadliest strikes ever. Hunters in a remote area discovered the bodies last Friday, according to the Norwegian News Agency.
A lightning strike killed 323 reindeer, and this is the ghastly aftermath
Lightning Kills 300 Reindeer in Rare Mass Death
Lightning strike kills more than 300 reindeer in Norway
FBI is investigating foreign hacks of state election systems
The FBI is investigating a series of suspected foreign hacks of state election computer systems and websites, and has warned states to be on the alert for potential intrusions. The Aug. 18 warning, issued after two states suffered intrusions into their ...
Voter Registration Databases in Arizona and Illinois Were Breached, FBI Says
FBI says state election boards targeted by hackers
FBI warns of possible state election-system hacks
The Boston Globe
Panic at LA airport came after police detained man dressed as Zorro
The Boston Globe
LOS ANGELES (AP) — A false report of gunshots that sent panicked travelers fleeing from Los Angeles International Airport came right after officers with weapons drawn detained a masked man dressed in black and possibly carrying a sword, officials said.
False report of active shooter at LAX; man dressed as Zorro detained amid chaos at airport
False Shooting Report at LAX Causes Hundreds of Delayed Flights
Calm resumes at Los Angeles airport after imagined mass shooting
Mylan CEO in 2006 Decried Practice It's Now Using on EpiPen
What a difference a decade makes at Mylan NV. In 2006, the drugmaker's chief executive officer Heather Bresch said that “authorized generics” -- like the one her company is now introducing for EpiPen after an outcry over the drug's price -- were a ...
'Mylan must be held accountable': why a generic EpiPen could prevent a cheaper product in the long term
Mylan to launch generic EpiPen at half the price of original
Why the Generic EpiPen Still Doesn't Solve the Problem
Apple sent invitations for the iPhone 7 event on September 7
Apple sent invitations to the press for a September 7 product launch event, where it's expected to announce the next iPhone model and possibly a new version of the Apple Watch. The event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco ...
Apple sends invitations for 'iPhone 7' event on Sept. 7: 'See you on the 7th'
Apple's iPhone 7 event is happening on September 7th
Here's When Apple Is Officially Holding Its Next Big Event
What is Donald Trump's immigration plan -- and when will we see it?
Los Angeles (CNN) Donald Trump's lack of clarity on his plans for dealing with some 11 million undocumented immigrants in this country has been so head-spinning in recent weeks it's starting to look deliberate. Facing headwinds among moderate voters ...
Poll: Clinton leads Trump by 7 points
Chicago police to Donald Trump: 'If you have a magic bullet to stop the violence,' let us know
First Read: This Week in Politics, It's Primary-Palooza
The Latest: Turkey: Rockets Fired From Syria Wounded 5 Kids
New York Times
Turkey's state-run news agency says three rockets fired from Syria have hit a Turkish border town, wounding five children between 8 years and 12 years of age. The Anadolu Agency is citing military officials as saying that Turkish artillery immediately ...
Turkish forces deepen push into Syria, draw US rebuke over their target
Pentagon calls on Turkey and Syrian Kurds to stop fighting
Pentagon calls on Turks, Kurds to stand down
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff makes impassioned speech in an effort to remain as president
BRASILIA — A defiant Dilma Rousseff delivered what may be her last speech as president of Brazil on Monday, appealing to senators not to vote for her ouster in a controversial impeachment trial that was postponed until the Rio Olympics concluded.
President Dilma Rousseff takes stand in Brazil impeachment trial
Brazil's Dilma Rousseff defends record at impeachment trial
Rousseff urges Senate to vote against 'coup'