Protesters take to streets in Philly to support Bernie, decry DNC
PHILADELPHIA -- They came to call for an end to deportation centers and aid for immigrants. They came to support former presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. They came to protest the Democratic National Committee after e-mail leaks showed officials ...
HUFFPOST HILL - 'Please Clap,' Democratic Party Asks
Politics|Democratic Party's Chairwoman Was Seen as Loyal to a Fault
Day One: Mayhem breaks out at Democratic convention
The Latest: Mom of nightclub victim says she had warned son
FORT MYERS, Fla. — The Latest on a shooting a nightclub in Fort Myers, Florida. (all times local): 5:20 p.m.. The mother of one of two teens killed at a Florida nightclub says she had warned him to know where exits were and to get on the floor and ...
Mom of slain Florida teen warned son of nightclub shootings
2 dead, 20 hurt in shooting at teen party in Florida nightclub
Suspects sought in Florida shooting that killed two teens
At least 15 dead, dozens injured in knife attack outside Tokyo
DEVELOPING: At least 15 people were killed, and up to 45 injured when a knife-wielding man went on a rampage early Tuesday at a facility for the disabled in the Japanese city of Sagmihara, broadcaster NHK reported. Police told NNK World they received a ...
Japan knife attack 'leaves 15 dead'
Knife-wielding attacker kills 19 in Japan, wounds 20
Knife Attack In Japan Leave At Least 15 Dead, Local Media Report
Michael Jordan donating $2 million to help address police-related shootings
Current NBA stars Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James, Chris Paul and Dwyane Wade are among the many professional athletes who have spoken out about the recent police-related shootings and the importance of social change in America, using their ...
Michael Jordan ends silence, speaks out on shootings
Michael Jordan will donate $2 million to groups working to end police-related shootings
Carmelo on Michael Jordan statement: 'Brilliant and about time'
U.S. News & World Report
Facetime Beats WhatsApp in Turkey's Failed Coup
U.S. News & World Report
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks with an anchor on CNN Turk via Facetime during an attempted coup on July 15. CNN Turk via TopVideos/YouTube. By: Emre Kizilkaya, Contributor for Al-Monitor. Al-Monitor. On the night of July 15, I had to ...
Europe|Turkey Issues Warrants for 42 Journalists Amid Criticism
WikiLeaks Put Women in Turkey in Danger, for No Reason
In quest to punish coup plotters, Turkey squeezes out room for dissent
With Verizon's Backing, Yahoo's Longtime Suitor Gets His Prize
Tim Armstrong and Marissa Mayer go back -- way back. But when the pair first crossed paths a decade and a half ago at Google Inc., few would have predicted how their careers would play out -- or that Armstrong would one day help Verizon Communications ...
AOL's Tim Armstrong explains the Yahoo acquisition and what's next
Seeking Wider Digital Audience, Verizon Buys Yahoo for $4.8B
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer reveals what she'll do next
Woman mauled to death by tiger in China animal park
(CNN) A woman was mauled to death by a Siberian tiger and her female companion was injured while on a safari-style tour in China, state-run media reported Monday. Part of the horrific attack at the Badaling Wildlife World animal park near Beijing on ...
Tiger mauls grandmother to death at Beijing safari park
Mother trying to save daughter from tiger is killed by another tiger
Tiger caught on video attacking woman at China wildlife park
Los Angeles Times
Sand fire live updates: More than 33000 acres burned in Santa Clarita Valley mountains
Los Angeles Times
The effort to control the raging Sand fire in the Santa Clarita Valley mountains has drawn firefighters and emergency crews in the hills toward Acton. So far, the fire has burned an estimated 33,172 acres and continues to threaten hundreds of homes ...
Wildfire Sweeps Through 33000 Acres in California
The Latest: Central California wildfire sparks 'spot fire'
10000 Homes Evacuated Amid 33172-Acre Santa Clarita-Area Sand Fire
Suicide bomber in Germany pledged allegiance to ISIS leader
Ansbach, Germany (CNN) The Syrian suicide bomber who injured 15 people in a Sunday night attack on a music festival in Ansbach, Germany, left behind a video pledging allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Bavarian Interior Minister Joachim ...
IS Attacker: Germans 'Won't Be Able to Sleep Peacefully'
Alarmed Germans wonder about the security risks posed by asylum seekers
Germany reconsiders refugee welcome after week of attacks