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Can Rex Tillerson resolve the tough diplomatic problems facing the world and become a consequential US secretary of state? We may be about to find out.
While speaking to CNN's Laurie Segall, Silicon Valley entrepreneur Cheryl Yeoh says she was sexually assaulted by her investor.
After not being awarded the "Top Pick Plus" award for the Tesla Model S, the company responded with a rare statement criticizing the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong is offering an explanation as to why his band's performance went on as scheduled right after an acrobat plunged to his death on the same stage.
Iraq's leader says national forces backed by a US-led coalition have retaken the city of Mosul after more than three years of ISIS rule. Now Iraqis are facing the daunting task of what to do with their historic city, much of it reduced to rubble and still at threat of ISIS attacks.
While overall business optimism remains high, leaders of companies big and small across the United States are concerned about the skills gap -- the mismatch between the skills the workforce has to offer and the skills employers need. In fact, more than 50% of Business Roundtable's CEO members report that talent gaps are "already problematic or very problematic" for their companies and industries.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway defended Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer in a wide-ranging, 35-minute interview Monday with CNN's Chris Cuomo, saying there was "no information provided that was meaningful."
Amid the devastation and desolation left behind as wildfires blaze across California, one photo captured an inspiring moment.
The little-known details of Shakespeare's life have already birthed the Oscar-winning movie "Shakespeare in Love," and even though that was two decades ago, one might think there's not much more to say. "Will," however, adds an intriguing chapter to the bard's legend, in a TNT series that presents him as a young man breathing in fame's first intoxicating fumes.
A court in London will again hear the case of baby Charlie Gard, whose parents are fighting doctors to keep him on life support so they can take him to the US for experimental therapy.
Six caves containing some of the oldest known art have been awarded World Heritage status by the UN's cultural agency, UNESCO.
A staffer at a camp in Colorado was awakened by a black bear biting his head and dragging him. KMGH has more.
The New York Times reports that Donald Trump Jr., Jared Kushner, and others met with Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya at Trump Tower in June 2016. CNN's Matthew Chance has more from Moscow.