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11 takeaways from today's impeachment hearings

Read opening statements: Volker, Morrison, Vindman, Williams

Watch Vindman correct Nunes during impeachment hearing

Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman corrected Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) and asked him to call him by his military title during an impeachment hearing.

Secretive energy startup backed by Bill Gates achieves solar breakthrough

A secretive startup backed by Bill Gates has achieved a solar breakthrough aimed at saving the planet.

US-South Korea defense talks abruptly end as Trump's 400% price hike angers Seoul

Negotiations between the US and South Korea on dividing the cost for maintaining US troops on the Korean peninsula ended abruptly, the two countries announced Tuesday.

Student protesters leave behind bomb-making supplies

Protesters at Hong Kong's Polytechnic University have left behind significant damage and remnants of their make-shift bomb making operations after surrendering to police. Police say roughly 600 people left the campus on Monday.

Why California won't buy cars from GM, Chrysler or Toyota

The state of California is taking aim at GM, Chrysler, Toyota, Nissan and other automakers that are aligning with the Trump administration in its battle over emissions rules.

Boeing may need to redesign 7,000 jets after a fatal accident last year

Investigators of a fatal accident on a Southwest Airlines plane last year recommend that Boeing retrofit the engines of nearly 7,000 jets to prevent a repeat of the accident.

The UK's election debate shows Johnson and Corbyn need to get better at politics

The UK's general election campaign has finally had its first proper moment, as UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn faced each other in a head-to-head debate.

Footballer cut after he's accused of punching woman who's pregnant with his baby

The Miami Dolphins waived second-year running back Mark Walton after he was arrested Tuesday morning, with police accusing him of repeatedly punching the mother of his unborn child in the face.

Companies sever ties with Prince Andrew in wake of TV interview

Accounting firm KPMG has dropped its support of Prince Andrew's Pitch@Palace networking event, severing ties with the Duke of York before his controversial interview with the BBC on Saturday.

Doctor says Trump's visit to hospital is 'worrisome'

Dr. Jonathan Reiner, who treated former Vice President Dick Cheney, discusses President Trump's unannounced trip to Walter Reed Medical Center.

Sneaker start-up says Amazon's lookalike shoe undermines sustainability efforts

Allbirds co-founder Joey Zwillinger called out Amazon for releasing a private-label shoe that looks nearly identical to his company's iconic "Wool Runner" sneakers in an interview with CNN's Christiane Amanpour Monday.

Tottenham sack Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino has been sacked by Tottenham Hotspur just six months after leading the club to the Champions League final.

This refugee community just experienced an unsettling American milestone: Its first mass shooting

A group of Hmong family and friends gathered Sunday night in a Fresno backyard to do a very American thing -- watch football. Instead, they became victims of another very American thing -- a mass shooting that left four men dead and six others injured.

25 people found hidden aboard ferry bound for UK

Twenty five people have been discovered on board a ferry travelling from the Netherlands to the United Kingdom, a spokesman for the Rotterdam Police told CNN on Tuesday.

Why Iran's internet shutdown is different

Iranians are still offline, three days after the government pulled the plug on the internet amid nationwide anti-government protests.

Study: China saved hundreds of thousands of lives in one year by reducing air pollution

China's raft of clean air policies saved hundreds of thousands of lives in 2017 alone, according to new research.

Banksy is never far from controversy. Now a 'stolen' work was pulled from auction

A British auction house has halted the sale of a controversial "stolen" Banksy statue, which was expected to fetch £1m ($1.3m) at auction.

Simone Biles takes offense to Larry Nassar banner at football game

Simone Biles took offense to a banner seen in Ann Arbor during the University of Michigan's football game with rival Michigan State over the weekend.

Emilia Clarke says she's been pressured to appear nude after 'Game of Thrones'

Emilia Clarke's role as the Khaleesi on "Game of Thrones" began with many nude scenes for the actress. But, after Season 1 of the hit HBO series, she started calling the shots on how much of her body she wanted to show.

American and Australian hostages freed in Taliban prisoner swap

The Taliban has released two Western professors who had been held hostage for the past three years in exchange for three high-ranking militants, in a prisoner swap that could pave the way for renewed peace talks.

Reporter: Uyghurs say camps meant to eradicate culture

CNN's Rosemary Church interviews Austin Ramzy, one of the New York Times' reporters who worked on a story based on more than 400 pages of leaked sensitive Chinese Communist Party documents that link President Xi Jinping to the country's mass detention centers in the far western region of Xinjiang.

Assange rape investigation dropped by Sweden

Swedish authorities are ending their investigation into an allegation of rape against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the country's deputy chief prosecutor announced Tuesday.

Koala-sniffing dogs deployed to save them from bushfires

Dogs who have been trained to find and save koalas in the wild are helping to rescue the animals in Australia's devastating bushfires.

Burger King is being sued by a vegan man

A man is suing Burger King because the meatless Impossible Whopper is cooked on the same grill as meat products, the lawsuit alleges.

North Korea gives Trump cold shoulder over nuclear talks

Following a tweet from President Donald Trump telling North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to "act quickly" to reach a nuclear deal, a statement released by North Korean Foreign Ministry adviser Kim Kye Gwan said, "we are no longer interested in these meetings that are useless to us." CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Women can end male-only debates in German party

Germany's Green Party has placed the power to debate directly into the hands of women.

McDonald's may owe New Zealand workers $29M

McDonald's has agreed to pay what could be tens of millions of dollars to New Zealand employees after becoming embroiled in a nationwide payroll debacle.

Record flooding in Venice threatens historical treasures

Parts of Venice were damaged by the most severe high waters the city has seen in over half a century, with six-foot high tide levels engulfing 85% of its streets and buildings, some of which are of tremendous cultural value. CNN's Scott McLean reports.

When the races were Hollywood's place to be seen

With the movie industry booming and a host of new horse racing tracks opening, there was only one place to be seen in 1930s California: the races.

Hitori: The Tokyo bar for solo drinkers only

Tokyo is a city filled with tiny spaces, so it's not unusual for bars or restaurants to have room for a dozen patrons or fewer.

Neptune moons' orbits are unlike any other

Two of Neptune's innermost moons perform a strange dance to avoid each other that is weird and completely unique compared to all known orbits, according to new research.

National Geographic's 25 best trips for 2020

Where will you be expanding your horizons in 2020?

You can train with the fittest athletes on Earth

Imagine if tennis legends Roger Federer and Serena Williams lived and trained in the same small town. Both arguably the greatest of all time in their own disciple, living and training side by side, pushing each other to new heights.

Behind-the-scenes at the world's most punctual mega airport

It's every traveler's worst nightmare.

Paddling the world's brightest bioluminescent bay

Looking down into the undisturbed black water during a new moon, tiny pinpoints of light sparkle back, almost like a star field below matches the star field above.

UNO is now 'nonpartisan' for the holidays

Capitalizing on everyone's biggest holiday fear, Mattel has come up with new "nonpartisan" UNO cards to play with family and friends who may not share your political beliefs.

What's it like making history's highest auction bid

In November 2017 at Christie's New York, Alex Rotter uttered a phrase never before heard at an art auction: "Four hundred million."

Trump tweets it's 'a great day for Republicans'

Read opening statements: Morrison, Volker, Williams, Vindman

Ex-envoy says investigation link to Bidens is 'unacceptable'

Former US special envoy Kurt Volker told lawmakers Tuesday that he was "surprised" to learn there had been additional conversations about the Ukrainian President announcing an investigation into the President Donald Trump's political rivals.

Carl Bernstein shares how GOP secretly voiced their concerns

CNN Political Analyst Carl Bernstein, joins Anderson Cooper to answer your President Trump impeachment inquiry questions as the hearings ramp up. Watch Full Circle week nights at 5 p.m. ET.

ISIS taught kids trigonometry for snipers

Two floors beneath the headquarters of Iraqi Military Intelligence, at the end of a red-carpeted corridor, two doors swing open to reveal a museum of cold, calculated and deliberate horror.

'Designer babies' 2 years away: expert

Genetically-modified babies are "highly desirable" to help protect people from disease and could be created ethically within two years, according to a new scientific paper.

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