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800,000 displaced in flooding in southern Indian state

Some 800,000 people have been displaced and over 350 have died in the worst flooding in a century in southern India's Kerala state, as authorities rushed to bring drinking water to the most affected areas, officials said Sunday.



Cyprus extradites Egyptian hijacker who dropped legal fight

An Egyptian man who hijacked a domestic EgyptAir flight in 2016 and ordered it to land in Cyprus to allegedly protest Egypt's military-backed government has been extradited to his homeland after giving up a drawn-out legal fight, authorities said Sunday.


Elizabeth Zwirz

Trump declares White House 'most transparent in history' after reports of McGahn-Mueller talks

President Trump declared his administration the "most transparent in history" Saturday, saying his White House staff has supplied more than a million pages of information to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigators.


Kim Komando

3 smart ways to boost cell signals inside your home

In a perfect world, our mobile phones would work correctly, all day long. Every time we entered a number, a crisp voice would answer, “Hello?”

CNN.com - Top Stories

Report: More than 300 priests sexually abused kids

A new grand jury report says that internal documents from six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania show that more than 300 "predator priests" have been credibly accused of sexually abusing more than 1,000 child victims.


Anna Kooiman

Anna Kooiman: Exploring the Great Barrier Reef

Exploring the Great Barrier Reef has been near the top of my Bucket List for a long time.


Hector Barreto

Hispanic Americans are on the rise in every way — politicians must take note

The developing narrative of the Latino community is one about economic opportunity.


Jarrett Stephens

Six encouraging thoughts for when we're going through a hard season

All of us at one point have gone through a difficult season: the death of a family member, a sudden financial crisis, an unexpected illness.


Ann Voskamp

When you're struggling with mid-life and another year older — remember this

Dear Mid-life, 40-Something Birthday –    Blow out your dripping candles from the Dollar Store this week, circling there on your gluten-free birthday cake like a miniature candlelight vigil because there you are: 40-something.


Steven Mosher

Trump's policies could enable America's economy to outpace China's

The great engine of American capitalism is once again firing on all cylinders, as shown by the 4.1 percent annualized growth of America’s gross domestic product (GDP) in the second quarter of this year.


Garland Hunt

How to walk as a Christian while not losing racial identity

I grew up in Atlanta during the Civil Rights Movement. As a child, after Dr. Martin Luther King was assassinated, I watched his funeral procession through the streets of downtown.


Matthew Parish

I can help President Trump reform the UN - Here's how

The United Nations has been getting bad press recently.


Amy Lieu

Shooting victims at high school football game were targeted, officials say

The Friday night shooting outside a Florida high school football game in which two men were wounded had nothing to do with the students, and two suspects targeted the victims, authorities said.


Brett Cyrgalis

'Tiger Factor' looms large over PGA's first playoff event

It didn’t take long for the PGA Tour once again to revert to “Tiger Woods and everyone else.” That same old song, revitalized with Woods’ recent on-course resurgence, will be sung in full throat next week at the first of four FedExCup playoff events, The Northern Trust at Ridgewood Country Club in New Jersey.


Susan Edelman

Brawl among firefighters 'one of the most severe beatings seen on tape': insider

A savage brawl between two warring groups of FDNY firefighters at a Bronx firehouse has sparked multiple investigations and shocked even hardened department brass, The Post has learned.


Anthony Barstow

'So much blood' after angry golfer's club flies into crowd

Fans often have to be watchful after a bad golf shot. They just don’t usually have to watch out for a flying club.


Mohamed Hassan

Colombians urged to stop having sex because it's too damn hot

The health secretary of Santa Marta, Julio Salas, advised locals to abstain from sex to stay cool during an intense heat wave, according to Colombia Reports.


Timothy Puko

Trump set to roll back restrictions on coal-burning power plants

The Trump administration is escalating an effort to revive the flagging U.S. coal industry with a planned move next week to replace restrictive Obama-era climate policies with new rules designed to help coal-burning plants run harder and stay open longer.


Bradford Betz

Marine from New Hampshire ID'd as service member who went overboard near Philippines

The Camp Pendleton-based Marine who fell overboard this month from an aircraft vessel off the Philippines, prompting a search, has been identified by military officials.


Bradford Betz

Body of Shanann Watts was found in shallow grave, court document says

The body of Shanann Watts, a pregnant Colorado woman, whose husband authorities suspect of killing her and their two daughters, was found in a shallow grave, according to court documents revealed Saturday.

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