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Custom officers stopped the middle-aged woman because of her strange, lumbering gait. They searched her and found vials of blood stashed in her bra, according to an official statement. Each one was labeled with a pregnant woman's name from China.
A female teacher at a Pennsylvania middle school is on administrative leave after she could be heard on video calling a black man the "N-word" and using other racist language after a fender bender in the school parking lot.
Asian markets traded in the green Monday after the United States said it reached an initial agreement on trade with China.
Simone Biles. Coco Gauff. Brigid Kosgei.
Six people were injured in a shooting on a Philadelphia highway Sunday, police said.
A special event to end the tenth season of Fortnite actually ended the game altogether — at least for the afternoon.
NBC executives need to reckon with the network's culture after a new book draws into question its handling of an investigation into Harvey Weinstein and an alleged sexual assault by former "Today" anchor Matt Lauer, media analysts said on Sunday.
Caleb Freeman was once the fastest runner at his Oklahoma high school. But after a car accident left him with a traumatic brain injury, he was told he might never run again.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria explains why he now supports an impeachment inquiry into President Trump and why the survival of American democracy depends on Trump's compliance.
There was an interesting development about Fox News in recent days, and it wasn't just about the sudden departure of anchor Shephard Smith.
Iran announced on Sunday that it has discovered a new natural gas reserve with the capacity to produce nearly 400 million barrels of gas condensate, which could generate a total of $40 billion.
CNN's Brian Stelter and former Fox News journalists discuss the significance of Shepard Smith's exit from the network.
A retired four-star Marine general on Sunday bluntly criticized President Donald Trump over the ongoing Turkish military offensive in northern Syria, saying, "There is blood on Trump's hands for abandoning our Kurdish allies."
Approximately twelve people were taken to local hospitals after a vehicle hit their hayrack ride in Illinois, authorities said.
• Buttigieg calls out Trump family for 'conflict of interest'
• Joe Biden: 'I'm the reason there is impeachment going on'
• Joe Biden: Family won't be part of any foreign operation. Period.
• Trump threatens to sue top Democrats
Kevin McAleenan spent nearly two decades at US Customs and Border Protection within the Department of Homeland Security. His tenure as acting Homeland Security secretary of the department was brief -- predictably so. Not because of any particular failure on his part, but because he was given a mission impossible.
CNN's Nick Paton Wash reports from Syria where families in disarray attempt to find safety as Turkish forces cut off the main road between the east and west of Syrian Kurdish territory, effectively cutting off the city of Kobani.
President Donald Trump is ordering most of the remaining US forces out of northern Syria, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday.
Firefighters are making progress containing the largest of the wildfires currently burning in California, authorities said.
President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday ramped up their threats to sanction Turkey, responding to growing criticism over the fallout from the country's military offensive in northern Syria following Trump's decision to withdraw US forces from the area.
When Shepard Smith announced Friday that he was leaving Fox News, he revealed something important about the state of conservative politics: there is little room for anyone who questions the status quo within most parts of the Republican universe. It appears Smith didn't like the continued pro-Trump spin that is so prevalent at the network, and so he left.
Size does matter. As President Donald Trump tries to slash drastically the size of the National Security Council and make way for more political appointees instead, he's going to lose out on the important expertise and valuable relationships that career government employees bring to the NSC.
It's rough out there on those streets. Especially on "Sesame Street."
The trade war is hurting America's factories, but it's not the only culprit. The strike at General Motors and Boeing's 737 Max crisis are taking a toll as well.
By now, the news that Simone Biles has won another championship and has gained two new skills named after her is about as surprising as the news that a competition occurred. Breaking even more barriers at the World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany, this week, becoming -- with 21 medals at Worlds (22, after winning the all-around competition with the largest margin ever) -- the most decorated female gymnast in history seems only what's expected.
This week was a kaleidoscope in Trump's Washington, a big picture moving and twisting -- tax records, subpoenas, arrests, foreign policy reversals -- stories reshaping, shifting, blending, it seemed, by the hour. Or, to borrow a different metaphor, a soap opera -- only a very serious one: "Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives."
A neighbor is in custody after he shot five people -- four of them fatally -- in an apartment building in Chicago, police said.
In the middle of the night, Imam Ibrahim Noonan answered the phone and heard an unfamiliar Irish voice.
Even by British standards, the pomp and pageantry of the State Opening of Parliament is off the scale.
An American diplomat's wife involved in a crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn in the UK does not have diplomatic immunity, according to PA Media. The UK news agency says US and UK governments say "immunity is no longer pertinent" in her case.
California just took a step toward making its school environments a little more inclusive.
"Saturday Night Live" opened its show this week by commenting on CNN's Equality Town Hall and brought in some special guests to help out.
SE Cupp weighs in on a conservative Washington paper's "exclusive" report on Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's pricey haircut and color.
American companies doing business in China are navigating an unprecedented array of risks, from slowing growth to the trade war and pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. But that hasn't stopped many of them from pushing deeper into the vast Chinese market.
Actress Ruby Rose is sharing her journey with depression, saying she's struggled with a series of mental health issues her entire life.
In an interview with CNN's David Axelrod, former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid laments Senator Lindsey Graham's unwillingness to stand up to President Trump.
Imagine a man negotiating a crushingly repressive governing machine, doing it from the inside, and sweeping to power. Then imagine him immediately throwing the prison doors open to free thousands of political prisoners and journalists, welcoming back exiles, allowing banned opposition figures to run for office, and quickly reaching a peace deal with a neighboring country after decades of war.
Hey, Taylor Swift fans, the pop star just teased a new concert from a tiny desk.
CNN's Jake Tapper examines President Donald Trump's relationship with Turkey amid his decision to pull US troops from northern Syria.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin calls out President Donald Trump for his cursing and insults, noting that children are plugged in and watching.
I decided to visit Halle, Germany, shortly after moving to Berlin. I am one of a growing number of Jewish expats in Berlin, excited by the cultural outlets of the city, the cheaper rents and the diverse and open-minded Jewish life. Two weeks ago, an opportunity arose to visit a small, Russian-speaking Jewish community from the former USSR living in Halle to spend Yom Kippur with them. Our delegation was supposed to bring life and song to one of the most important days on the Jewish calendar.
The California Highway Patrol has determined that a crash which left actor Kevin Hart injured was caused by reckless driving.
The inaugural presidential town hall focused solely on LGBT equality featured a lot of memorable moments.
Welterweight boxing champion Errol Spence Jr. received non-life-threatening injuries after being ejected from his Ferrari during an early-morning crash outside a Dallas sports bar.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has received further encouragement in his attempts at securing a Brexit deal after European Union member states agreed to "intensify" negotiations over the next few days.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has warned for years that increasingly intelligent machines will dominate humans and turn us into their pets. But if the latest AI-powered feature from his car company is any indication, we shouldn't worry.
President Donald Trump first came to national attention with his 1987 ghostwritten bestseller, "The Art of the Deal."
Native New Yorker Alec Baldwin got scammed by someone selling fake passes to a Statue of Liberty "boat tour" in New York City.
The chances of Britain leaving the European Union with a deal on October 31 are fading fast. That's likely to leave the country facing a general election which could lead to a 'no deal' Brexit or a new coalition government led by leftwinger Jeremy Corbyn that would give voters the chance to remain in the European Union.
Former British Prime Minister David Cameron expresses disapproval for asking a foreign leader to dig out dirt on a political opponent, claiming "we should fight our political battles at home."
A boy from Ohio had the "worst birthday ever" after his school lunch was taken away because of an unpaid balance on his account.
From college applications to bullying to drills for possible school shootings, students already have enough on their plate without having to worry about affording lunch.