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Top Stories This object isn't supposed to be in our solar system

For billions of years, it lived in our solar system without us even knowing it was there. But this object couldn't remain hidden around Jupiter forever. It was just peculiar enough to be noticed by... More

Top Stories 22 US school shootings -- before June

There were 22 school shootings in the United States in the first five months of 2018. That's an average of 1.1 shootings a week. More

Top Stories The Trump team's amazing, evolving Russia defense

When it comes to the Russia investigation, it's not so much that the Trump team has a habit of "moving the goalposts," but that those goalposts have been rigged to roller skates and pushed downhill... More

Top Stories Opinion: Trump is poisoning the conversation about Mueller

On Sunday, President Donald Trump unleashed a tweetstorm, which culminated with his "demand" for an investigation into whether the FBI tried to infiltrate his campaign. In response, Department of... More

Top Stories Giuliani gets upset when shown his previous words

President Trump's attorney argues that Robert Mueller cannot subpoena President Trump despite saying in 1998 that President Clinton would have to comply with a subpoena to testify. More

Top Stories Jailed British-Iranian to face new charges

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian woman imprisoned in Tehran, is likely to be convicted on new charges of "spreading propaganda" against the Iranian regime, her husband said on Monday. More

Top Stories Pope Francis tells gay man: 'God made you like that and loves you like that'

A victim of clerical sexual abuse has said that Pope Francis told him that God made him gay and that his sexuality "does not matter." More

Top Stories Grenfell Tower fire inquiry opens with tributes to victims

The official inquiry into last year's catastrophic fire at Grenfell Tower in London has opened with bereaved families due to pay tribute to the dozens of victims who died. More

Top Stories 15 biggest cruise ships in the world

When Symphony of the Seas, an 18-deck cruise ship measuring longer than a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, sailed out of port for the very first time this April, it smashed yet another size record... More

Top Stories Rafael Nadal: Who can stop 'King of Clay' at French Open?

Perhaps the question heading into next week's French Open should be: "Who can take a set off Rafael Nadal?" instead of "Who can beat Nadal?'" More

Top Stories Hawaii lava reaches the Pacific, sending hydrochloric acid and volcanic glass particles into the air

Residents on the Big Island face several threats Monday from Kilauea: In addition to the possibility of more eruptions, lava is oozing into the ocean, sending hydrochloric acid and volcanic glass... More

Top Stories Bluff your way in volcanoes: Bombs, lava fountains, rift zones

Unless you're a meteorologist or you live in an area with an active volcano, you may not know that a hot spot can refer to more than just Wi-Fi. More

Top Stories UK delays Russian oligarch Abramovich's visa

Roman Abramovich, one of the world's highest-profile Russian oligarchs and owner of the London soccer club Chelsea, is facing a longer than expected delay in renewing his UK visa. More

Top Stories Kelly Clarkson: Moments of silence aren't working

Before the start of the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, host Kelly Clarkson called for a moment of action instead of a moment of silence for the victims of the Santa Fe High School shooting. More

Top Stories A 'confidence code' for girls

If there's one quality I want my girls to have more than any other, it is confidence. More

Top Stories Exposure to ADHD drugs increases in US

Exposure to common medications used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has increased by more than 60% in US children and adolescents, according to a new study. More

Top Stories US trade with China, explained

President Trump is imposing tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese imports to the US, heightening fears about a trade war between the world's two biggest economies. CNNMoney's Vanessa Yurkevich... More

Top Stories Moon heads to US amid fears for Trump-Kim summit

South Korean President Moon Jae-In heads to Washington on Monday to do what he can to shore up plans for a US-North Korea summit that seem to be on shaky ground. More