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Thirty people were injured when the floor of an apartment clubhouse collapsed during a party in Clemson, South Carolina, the city’s police department said.
Television and film actress Selma Blair announced that she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
A viral video of a police officer hitting a 14-year-old girl during an arrest has caused outrage in a Florida community.
It’s not too late to jump on the lottery train — there’s more than $2 billion up for grabs this week.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was confronted at a restaurant in Kentucky on Friday, according to CNN affiliate WLKY.
SE Cupp questions President Donald Trump’s rhetoric as he campaigns for the midterm elections and tries to rally for the GOP base.
Karen Attiah, Jamal Khashoggi’s editor at The Washington Post, discusses Saudi Arabia’s explanation for the journalist’s death with CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield.
One suburban Georgia county has become a flashpoint for concerns over voter suppression for rejecting hundreds of mail-in absentee ballots weeks before Election Day.
Netflix has released a horror series that is apparently so scary that it is making viewers vomit and nearly pass out.
Netflix is canceling a few of their most popular shows.
A lioness killed the father of her three cubs at the Indianapolis Zoo this week.
We’re in Paul B. Johnson State Park, and Democratic congressional candidate Jeramey Anderson is cleaning his campaign’s RV.
Tesla is now offering a slightly cheaper version of its lowest priced car, the Model 3.
Could Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey one day find himself working for Google? A prominent hedge fund manager hopes so.
A Boeing 757 struggles to land at an airport in England as crosswinds gust up to 40 knots.
Turkish officials suspected within hours of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance that he had likely been killed, CNN has learned.
Masayoshi Son shook up the tech industry with his mega fund and $45 billion of Saudi cash. He may struggle to do it again.
This spring, the crown prince of Saudi Arabia met the royalty of Silicon Valley: Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos and Sundar Pichai.