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Parents were protesting compulsory vaccinations 150 years ago. Some are still angry

More than a century before Facebook, anti-vaccination campaigners had another method for spreading their message -- an eye-catching march through town with tiny children's coffins emblazoned with the words: "Another victim of vaccination."

US aid lands in Colombia as part of effort to deliver supplies to Venezuela

A second wave of US aid arrived Saturday at the Colombian-Venezuelan border in the midst of Venezuela's humanitarian crisis.

The land of a million polling stations: India's general election by the numbers

With general elections due by May, India will embark on the world's biggest exercise in democracy over the coming months.

Heather Nauert withdraws from consideration as UN ambassador

State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said Saturday she has withdrawn from consideration as UN ambassador.

Acting US defense secretary will review programs to cut for wall funding

Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said, beginning Sunday, he will start studying which projects military money may come from to shift funds toward a border wall following President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.

Shooter in deadly Illinois rampage was not supposed to own a gun, police say

Gary Martin took a gun into work Friday, a pistol he didn't legally own.

Police sources: New evidence suggests Jussie Smollett orchestrated attack

Two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that Chicago Police believe Jussie Smollett paid two men to orchestrate the assault.

Emiliano Sala's funeral held in Argentina

Family, friends and former teammates paid their respects to late footballer Emiliano Sala, whose funeral was held in the small Argentine town of Progreso Saturday.

Orange alligators found in South Carolina

Two alligators with leathery orange skin are raising eyebrows in a community in South Carolina.

Trump's tariffs have helped steel companies. Workers are still waiting.

American steel companies are planning to reopen several mills this year, adding jobs across the country, thanks in part to President Donald Trump's tariffs.

Haiti protesters take the day to gather food and water as they prepare for more possible conflict

Protesters in Haiti's capital have taken the day to gather food, water and fuel, pressing pause on deadly demonstrations that have been calling for President Jovenel Moise's resignation.

Why US President wants you to be afraid of high speed trains

In President Donald Trump's world, Democrats are after your cars and want to force everyone onto trains.

Alec Baldwin's Trump returns to declare a national emergency on 'SNL'

Alec Baldwin's President Trump returned to NBC's "Saturday Night Live" after a few weeks away to declare a national emergency and explain why the country needs a wall on its southern border.

Uber sues NYC over limit on ridehailing vehicles

Uber is suing New York City over its temporary cap on new vehicle licenses for ridehailing companies to address traffic congestion. It claims the city plans on making the cap permanent.

Where Robert E. Lee's portrait belongs

I was seated across from a senior cadet at West Point, marveling at her energy, idealism and desire to serve after she reached out to me for career advice. While I'm an older white male, the young, mixed-race woman reminded me so much of myself some three decades ago.

R.E.M. blasts Trump for retweeting video that uses 'Everybody Hurts' to mock Democrats

President Donald Trump's long list of Twitter foes has a new addition.

Immunotherapies could change kidney cancer care, studies suggest

The way doctors typically approach kidney cancer treatment could be evolving.

Russia is backing a viral video company aimed at American millennials

Three online video channels designed to appeal to millennials have collected tens of millions of views on Facebook since September. But the pages pushing the videos do not disclose that they are backed by the Russian government.

Trump is sending humanitarian aid to Venezuela. Venezuelans in the US say they need help, too

While the Trump administration sends humanitarian aid to Venezuela and ratchets up its rhetoric against Nicolas Maduro's regime, a growing group of Venezuelans who've fled to the United States are finding themselves in legal limbo and calling on Congress for help.

Mass panic erupts at 'Hamilton' show

A medical emergency caused mass panic and chaos in the audience at an evening performance of "Hamilton" at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco.

She used to scrub toilets for $9 an hour. Now her book about it is a best-seller

Five years ago, Stephanie Land was slumped over on her hands and knees scrubbing a bathtub. The single mom was a semester away from graduating college and pregnant with a second child.

Atmospheric rivers are pulling California out of drought and piling on the snow

When 2019 started, California's snowpack was at 67%. Now it's at over 136% and rising.

Five ways to stop the insect apocalypse

Insect populations are in crisis. A recent review of 73 studies from around the world has shown that over 40% of insect species are at risk of extinction, and a third are endangered.

Survey spots black holes that eat stars

The Zwicky Transient Facility, a new instrument that scans the sky for transient events and alerts astronomers when they occur, has made incredible contributions to the astronomical community during its first year of use, writes Don Lincoln

Payless is closing all its 2,100 US stores

Payless is the latest retail chain to close up shop in the United States.

More bad news for lovers of diet soda

More bad news for diet soda lovers: Drinking two or more of any kind of artificially sweetened drinks a day is linked to an increased risk of clot-based strokes, heart attacks and early death in women over 50, according to a new study by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.

Photo shows police in blackface

The Baton Rouge Police Department in Louisiana is apologizing after a 1993 yearbook photo shows two police officers dressed in blackface as part of an undercover operation.

Friend describes life with alleged spy

Elena Nicolaou, friend of alleged Russian spy Maria Butina, describes a trip she took with Butina and Butina's GOP operative boyfriend Paul Erickson in 2015. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

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