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Ukraine drama could give Democrats no choice but to impeach Trump

The Ukraine scandal raging around Donald Trump is forcing Democrats to confront a fateful choice on impeachment that will not just shape the 2020 election but will echo down the ages.

Iran says UK-flagged tanker Stena Impero is now 'free to leave'

The British-flagged tanker Stena Impero is "free to leave," Iranian officials said Monday, marking the end of a two-month standoff between Tehran and London over the detained vessel.

He's never had a No. 1 hit. But he's the most honored American rock star ever

Bruce Springsteen has never had a No. 1 hit on the pop charts.*

Iran puts US drone wreckage on display

Iran's armed forces are showing off wreckage of the US drone shot down in June, which triggered threats of retaliatory US strikes. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh was given access to where the Predator drone is being displayed.

Elizabeth Warren is becoming Trump's greatest threat

Donald Trump has every reason to be concerned about taking on former Vice President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, especially given that a Fox News poll released this week found him trailing Biden by a whopping 14 points if the election were held now. But Trump's greatest threat may in fact come from Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, who leads Trump by six points in the poll.

FIFA 'assured' women in Iran can attend soccer matches

Women in Iran will be allowed to attend men's soccer matches beginning with a World Cup qualifier next month, according to FIFA.

8 things to look out for during Harry and Meghan's Africa tour

In a few short hours, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will land in South Africa, the first stop on a jam-packed 10-day royal tour.

Meghan McCain walks off the set of 'The View'

After a disagreement with guest co-host Ana Navarro, Meghan McCain walked off the set of ABC's "The View."

British man becomes first person to fly around the world on a gyrocopter

A British adventurer has become the first person to circumnavigate the globe on a gyrocopter, completing a six-month journey that saw him narrowly escape a lightning strike on Sunday.

Model protests Gucci's 'offensive' mental health imagery at Milan show

A runway model has staged a protest at Gucci's Spring/Summer 2020 show at Milan Fashion Week, describing the fashion house's decision to "use the imagery of straight jackets and outfits alluding to mental patients" as "unimaginative" and "offensive."

Rugby World Cup: Wales shakes off controversial preparation to beat Georgia

Despite a far from perfect build-up for this year's Rugby World Cup, Wales got off to a solid start with a 43-14 victory over Georgia on Monday.

Woman quit her job to find family dog lost on vacation

Carole King and her husband lost their dog while on vacation, so King quit her job to stay and search for Katie, her canine companion. HLN's Susan Hendricks explains.

Why no one in Israel seems able to win an election

After Israel's second national election this year, there is no more clarity about the country's political future.

Sigmund Jähn, the first German in space, dead at 82

Sigmund Jähn, the first German to enter space, has died, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) announced on Sunday.

Italy should take a tougher line on racists, global soccer chief says

Italian football authorities must take a tougher stance on racism following yet another incident of racial abuse in Serie A, according to FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

'Queer Eye' star Jonathan Van Ness reveals he's HIV positive

Jonathan Van Ness opens up about being HIV positive and a sexual abuse survivor in revealing new memoir.

Violence spreads as Hong Kong protests enter 16th week

There were more scenes of violence and destruction across Hong Kong over the weekend as protesters targeted subway stations and shopping malls in an apparent escalation as the city enters its sixteenth consecutive week of unrest.

Celebrity chef Carl Ruiz dies

Celebrity chef Carl Ruiz, the owner of La Cubana restaurant who made frequent appearances on The Food Network, has died, the New York restaurant said. He was 44.

Drone catches shark stalking a surfer

Amateur drone operator Christopher Joye noticed a shark heading for a surfer in Australia. Here's how he intervened.

European carmakers say no-deal Brexit would be catastrophic

Europe's carmaking industry has warned of "catastrophic consequences" should Britain crash out of the European Union without a deal to protect trade. Billions could be added to costs, putting millions of jobs at risk.

Disgraced former Australian star set to play rugby league for Tonga

Disgraced former Australia rugby union star Israel Folau has signed to play rugby league for Tonga, according to reports.

The most extreme travel experiences on Earth

From surfing huge waves in Tahiti to elephant polo in Thailand, see photos of the world's most extreme places along with the most extraordinary travel experiences.

'Downton Abbey' takes box office crown over 'Ad Astra' and 'Rambo'

A group of British aristocrats beat out Brad Pitt as an astronaut and John Rambo at the box office this weekend.

Solar powered kiosks are charging phones in Rwanda

How do you charge a cell phone when you don't have electricity at home? In Rwanda, portable solar-powered kiosks are one option.

Alligator pulled from pond behind Michigan school

The teams at Bedford Junior High School in Temperance, Michigan, call themselves the Broncos. They may need to change their name to the Gators after one was found living in a pond behind the school.

Italian chef defying the culinary rule book

Chef Federico Zanellato was born in Italy and lives in Australia, but part of his heart will always be in Japan.

Student to 911: Our bus driver smells like alcohol

Police in Washington state say a student called 911 to report his bus driver for driving drunk. Authorities arrested the driver after she completed two trips carrying students, though no students were onboard at the time of her arrest.

Why luxury brands are working with video games

Louis Vuitton's logo is known the world over, and now its luxury products are finding their way inside video games. The French designer is making virtual items in a game called "League of Legends" that people can buy with real money.

How 'buy now, pay later' companies are getting younger shoppers to use credit

If you don't buy your clothes or beauty products online, you'd be forgiven for not knowing what Klarna is — but 1 million people use it each day.

Alligator discovered in pond students use for study

A 3-foot alligator has a new home after it was discovered living in a pond behind a Michigan junior high school. CNN affiliate WTVG has more.

Tears on board the last Thomas Cook flight

Newlywed Laura Schofield should've been relaxing on Canary Islands' beaches on her honeymoon this week. Instead, after the collapse of UK travel company Thomas Cook, she's stuck at home in the UK port city of Hull.

What Thomas Cook travelers need to know now

Hundreds of thousands of travelers are facing a nightmare scenario this week, with the collapse of tour operator Thomas Cook leaving them stranded abroad.

What will happen to Thomas Cook's airplanes?

On any other day, they'd be crossing continents and pulling up at gates in all corners of the world.

Kim and Kendall mocked for Emmys speech

The omnipresent Kardashian family may have dominated pop culture for the past decade, but Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner received a harsh reality check at the 2019 Emmy Awards after claiming their show, "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," was "real" and "unscripted."

Why Israel's Arab parties made a historic move against Netanyahu

Ayman Odeh said it was possibly the most difficult decision of his life. Israel's leading Arab politician was referring to Sunday's announcement that that the Joint List, an alliance of Arab parties that he heads, would recommend Benny Gantz as the next Israeli Prime Minister.

Harry and Meghan tour South Africa

• Meghan and Harry visit 'murder capital' of SA

Still unknown how man died during underwater proposal, his sister says

The sister of the man who drowned while making an underwater marriage proposal to his girlfriend in Tanzania says he was "a beautiful soul."

Man City star accused of 'racist' tweet

Manchester City's Bernardo Silva has been reported to the English Football Association (FA) for posting an alleged racist tweet, according to anti-discrimination charity Kick it Out.

Nestlé launches luxury KitKat bars

KitKats are getting fancy.

Greta Thunberg and 15 other children filed a complaint against 5 countries

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg and 15 other children filed a complaint with the United Nations Monday alleging that five of the world's leading economies have violated their human rights by not taking adequate action to stop the unfolding climate crisis.

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