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Why there is no easy path in the Brexit deal

CNN's Richard Quest takes a look at the different Brexit deal options facing the UK government, after Prime Minister Theresa May pulled the plug on a parliamentary vote.

Scandal-hit Interior Secretary is latest to quit Trump White House

President Donald Trump announced Saturday morning that Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will depart from his administration at the end of the year.

11 dead in India temple 'poisoning'

Food shared among participants in a religious ceremony is believed to have caused at least 11 deaths and put more than 90 worshipers in hospital, police in the southern Indian state of Karnataka said Saturday.

Doors are slamming shut for Huawei around the world

Huawei is coming under pressure in two more key European markets — the latest in a series of problems the Chinese company faces around the world.

Australia recognizes West Jerusalem as capital of Israel

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Saturday that his government recognizes West Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

France's 'yellow vest' protesters march again

France is braced for a fifth consecutive weekend of "gilets jaunes" or "yellow vest" protests this Saturday, despite concessions this week by French President Emmanuel Macron.

Why Gilet Jaunes are going after Macron

French protestors, known as the Gilets Jaunes, have scored concessions from President Emmanuel Macron, proving more effective than political parties. This is why the group is protesting against Macron.

Brits must pay to enter Europe after Brexit

In post-Brexit Britain, trips to the European Union will get a little more expensive for millions of Brits in search of a continental break.

Knives and gangs: What's driving Britain's broken boys to crime?

After a long day at work, Tilisha Goupall returned to her London home, made dinner and switched on the TV, just like any other night. It was after 10.30 p.m. that she realized her 15-year-old brother, Jermaine, was more than an hour late home from the movies, so she sent him a message on Snapchat. He never read it.

Dams spell disaster for SE Asian nation

First came a boom, shortly followed by the sound of something bursting. Then, a giant wave — big enough to submerge an area the size of Paris in 15 feet of water — washed across southeastern Laos, ripping villages apart, swallowing homes, and dispersing thousands of people.

Climate talks go right down to the wire

The UN climate talks in Poland -- an attempt to save the world from disastrous levels of global warming -- are sputtering toward a conclusion after two weeks of discord.

Grieving family asks how their 7-year-old girl died in US custody

Jakelin Caal Maquin jumped up and down when her father told her they're leaving their impoverished Guatemalan village for the United States. When the rest of her family sent them off, nobody imagined the girl would not come back alive.

Reigning champ loses e-Prix thriller

Portugal's Antonio Felix da Costa ushered in a new era for Formula E by holding off reigning champion Jean-Eric Vergne to win the inaugural round of the 2018-19 season in Saudi Arabia.

Actress' secret $9.5M settlement from CBS

Eliza Dushku reportedly received a confidential settlement of $9.5 million from CBS after she accused one of her co-stars of harassment.

New electric cars can recharge in 15 mins

The next generation of electric cars could charge their batteries in the time it takes to fill up at a gas station.

Baseball legend offers to be chief of staff

The search for chief of staff turns up lots of laughs. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports that even critters are being proposed.

First they were raped, then blamed. Now they fight back

"I've been raped," Manal Issa shouts as she staggers down a street in Beirut.

How 3D printers are transforming flying

The next time you hop on a plane, there's a good chance some of its parts will have been made using a printer.

Woman arrested after racist tirade in NYC subway

A Brooklyn woman whose racist, profanity-laced tirade on the New York subway was captured on video this week has been charged with felony assault after she struck a fellow passenger, authorities said.

Gandhi statue removed over 'racist' writings

A controversial statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi has been pulled down at the University of Ghana following protests and petitions for its removal.

Backdraft explosion caught on camera

A five-alarm fire in Queens, New York, resulted in a backdraft explosion. 12 people were injured, including seven firefighters.

Largest known diamond in North America found

A 552-carat yellow diamond was recently unearthed in Canada -- the largest ever found in North America.

NASA sent a probe to Jupiter in 2011. It got back works of art

NASA sent the spacecraft Juno to Jupiter in 2011. Well, it took a little while for Juno to get there -- but it delivered.

Miss USA sorry for comments about Asians

Miss USA has apologized after comments she made about two fellow Miss Universe contestants' English-language abilities sparked backlash online.

Meghan makes surprise awards appearance

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, surprised guests at the British Fashion Awards Monday night, as she made an unexpected appearance to honor her wedding dress designer, Clare Waight Keller.

Ancient Roman statue discovered in margarine tub

An ancient statue of the Roman deity Minerva was discovered in a margarine tub, where it had been languishing for years.

'Downton Abbey' movie: Get a first look

"Downton Abbey" fans finally have their first look at the upcoming feature film based on the series.

Vladimir Putin's Stasi ID card found

The discovery of an East German secret police ID card wouldn't normally attract much attention, but things get a lot more interesting when it's Vladimir Putin's.

China's skyscraper boom sets world record

China built more skyscrapers in 2018 than anywhere else in the world -- or at any other time in history, according to data released by the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) on Wednesday.

The $14M 'Super Bowl of show jumping'

After more than 500 hours of competition across three continents, 13 countries and 16 cities, the world's top show jumpers are getting ready for the "Super Bowl of show jumping."

West Africa's first state-run rehab clinic

Inside the grounds of Fann hospital in Senegal, men and women form a substantial queue.

Sex tips ... from a Buddhist monk?

Could advice from a former Buddhist monk help improve your sex life? That's the implication of "The Passion Book: A Tibetan Guide to Love and Sex," originally written in 1938 by Tibetan Buddhist monk Gendun Chopel.

Why Felipe Massa just couldn't stay retired

After 15 thrilling and intensely demanding years in Formula One, Felipe Massa hung up his racing helmet for good at the end of last season.

The new mysteries unraveling in Egypt

Like the legendary curse of the mummy, ancient Egypt refuses to stay buried in the past. Every so often it comes back to life -- in the 1920s with the discovery of King Tut's tomb; in the 1970s with the global tour of those golden masks; and most recently with a flurry of astonishing discoveries using 21st-century archaeological techniques.

Why people are becoming allergic to meat

I am on my way to meet Tami McGraw, who lives with her husband and the youngest of their kids in a sprawling development of old trees and wide lawns just south of Chapel Hill. Before I reach her, McGraw emails. She wants to feed me when I get there:

Trump's polls are bad, but here's why he could win in 2020

First things first: The theme song of the week is the theme to "The Commish," composed by Mike Post.

Mueller still interested in interviewing Trump

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team continues to be interested in interviewing President Donald Trump, two sources familiar with the matter tell CNN.

Cohen on Trump: The man doesn't tell the truth

President Donald Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen responds to Trump's attacks following his sentencing.

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