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Search-and-rescue teams in California retrieved the bodies of two people missing for weeks after a car swerved off a road in the Sierra Nevada and plunged into a raging river, the Fresno County Sheriff's Office said.
A Texas homeowner returned to his flood-marred home Friday in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey to a shocking surprise: a 10-foot gator in his living room.
Jadon and Anias McDonald, the once conjoined twins who underwent marathon separation surgery last October, returned home Friday evening for the first time. One of their physical therapists called it the "first step in a wonderful life."
Russia handed a senior US diplomat in Moscow a strongly worded note of protest Saturday, the same day US officials had vowed to shutter three Russian diplomatic facilities in the United States amid escalating tensions.
The State Department announced Friday that incidents of acoustic attacks on US diplomats in Havana, Cuba, which have led to a variety of serious medical symptoms, continued until as recently as last month.
CNN's Christi Paul sits down with Angelo State University professor and author Bruce Bechtol to discuss the United States recent efforts to aid South Korea's missile defense system.
A Utah police detective is under investigation after arresting a nurse when she refused to let him draw blood from one of her patients.
Serena Williams has given birth to a baby girl, according to her coach and the US Open's official Twitter account.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and US President Donald Trump have agreed "in principle" to revise a bilateral treaty that limits the weight and range of the South's ballistic missiles.
About 200 homes were evacuated Friday after a brush fire broke out near Los Angeles, sending massive plumes of smokes into the air and shutting down an interstate highway, a fire department spokeswoman said.
On the first day of the new school year in Russia, students learned an important lesson directly from their president -- who he thinks will rule the world.
"If you speak to any victim of racism today," says Eusebius McKaiser, "there's nothing subtle about a look, a gaze that suggests you're less than human. So all racism is violent."
The Trump administration is expected to ask Congress for nearly $6 billion as part of an initial request for funds in response to Hurricane Harvey, two administration officials said, with an additional request expected by the end of this month.