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$60B annual income: Inside Europe's most powerful mafia

Back in 2010, Domenico Oppedisano was often seen taking his fruit to market in the town of Rosarno in southern Italy, chugging around in his three-wheeled van. But the 80-year old had another job: he was 'chairman of the board' of Italy's most powerful mafia group -- the 'Ndrangheta.

China warns Canada over 'lawless' arrest of Huawei CFO

The Chinese Foreign Ministry is summoning the Canadian ambassador to China to address the detention of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, describing it as "lawless" and "extremely vicious."

Macron to address France as protests create 'catastrophe'

France's beleaguered president Emmanuel Macron is expected to address the nation Monday after a fourth weekend of protests that have challenged his grip on power.

Trump's choice to replace John Kelly won't be taking the job

Nick Ayers, the leading candidate to replace John Kelly as President Donald Trump's chief of staff, will not be taking the job, a White House official told CNN Sunday.

Back me or risk no Brexit at all, May warns

Britain's embattled Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that a failure by lawmakers to back her Brexit deal risks leading to the entire venture being canceled.

Man City star: UK newspapers 'fuel racism'

Football star Raheem Sterling has accused British newspapers of helping to "fuel racism" in their portrayal of young black players, the day after he was subjected to alleged racist abuse in the Premier League.

This is what the start of a tech Cold War looks like

The arrest of a top Huawei executive raises the stakes in the intensifying battle between the United States and China for tech supremacy.

SNL: De Niro's Mueller visits Eric Trump

Robert De Niro returned to "Saturday Night Live" as White House special counsel Robert Mueller to check on President Trump's son Eric.

Body found in search for UK backpacker

New Zealand police searching for missing British backpacker Grace Millane say they have found a body, state broadcaster Radio New Zealand reported Sunday.

Storm knocks out power to 500,000 in US

A winter storm tearing through the Southeast threatens to keep residents stuck at home with days of dangerous driving conditions, canceled flights and power outages.

Reggae star Buju Banton freed from US jail

Jamaican dance hall reggae artist Mark Anthony Myrie -- popularly known as Buju Banton -- has been released from a federal prison in Georgia.

For Moscow, the Trump brand is now toxic

Gatherings of world leaders are often about the absence of substance. Several news cycles from now, few will remember what was discussed at the recent G20 summit in Buenos Aires.

Couple pose nude on Egyptian pyramid

A video uploaded recently to social media that shows a foreign couple climbing to the summit of the Great Khufu Pyramid of Giza and a still picture that shows them in a naked embrace has sparked outrage among Egyptians, state media Ahram Online said Friday.

Salvini holds 'Italians first' rally in Rome

Far-right Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini attacked same-sex unions and promised to put "Italians first" during a rally in Rome on Saturday, as his government remained locked in deadlock with the EU over its proposed budget.

Ocasio-Cortez slams Trump Jr.'s 'very, very large brain'

Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lambasted Donald Trump Jr., saying he was trying to distract from the Russia investigation and foolishly insulting incoming lawmakers who will have subpoena power.

Women's World Cup: See the full draw

Host squad France will face South Korea in the first match of the Women's World Cup when the tournament kicks off June 7 in Paris.

Atlanta United ends city's sports title drought

If there was a sports championship curse in Atlanta -- and with recent events, it may have felt that way -- consider it lifted.

Elon Musk wants the world to embrace electric car

Elon Musk wants electric vehicles to be successful — even if Tesla goes under trying.

This tiny town is the site of Disney's 'lost' park

You may have paid to see gussied-up variations of the quaint town of Marceline, Missouri. The community of about 2,500, two hours northeast of metro Kansas City, was the hometown and emotional lodestone of Walt Disney.

Japan needs immigrants, but do immigrants need Japan?

One of the first concepts Linh Nguyen learned while studying Japanese was "uchi-soto."

In space first, China launches rover to far side of moon

China is poised to become the first country in the world to explore the far side of the moon with the launch of a lunar rover Saturday, another step closer to its goal of becoming a space superpower.

Trump: Tillerson 'dumb as a rock' and 'lazy as hell'

President Trump lashes out at his former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calling him "dumb as a rock" in a tweet following an interview Tillerson did with CBS where he called Trump "undisciplined."

Why the stock market is freaking out

Extreme fear is once again sending Wall Street into chaos. Investors are debating whether the longest bull market in American history is nearing an end or just taking a breather.

Controversial museum reopens amid protests

Belgium's controversial Africa Museum re-opens to the public on Sunday after a five-year renovation, but protests and a request from the President of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for the return of its stolen artefacts have overshadowed the site's unveiling.

Oldest-known plague sample found

The fearsome disease known as the plague might help explain a mystery that has puzzled scientists for years.

How far will you go to reduce your beef intake?

The news of a "bleeding" burger with zero meat hitting supermarket shelves in the UK last month was divisive. Passionate carnivores cried out that they wanted real meat, while some vegans and vegetarians complained that veggie alternatives shouldn't have to dress up as meat.

'Mini-Merkel' elected leader of Germany's ruling party

German Chancellor Angela Merkel defended her 18-year reign in charge of the Christian Democratic Union Friday as the party prepared to elect a new leader.

Rescue ship reaches solo yachtswoman

A rescue ship has now reached solo yachtswoman Susie Goodall, who has been adrift in the Southern Ocean since a storm destroyed her boat as she competed in a round-the-world race.

World Cup prize: Men: $38M. Women: $4M

The draw for the eighth edition of the Women's World Cup takes place Saturday at La Seine Musicale in Paris.

SpaceX rocket makes wet crash landing

A Falcon 9 rocket attempting to land ended up in the ocean when it encountered a technical issue after a successful mission into orbit.

'Unfortunately, that is women's football'

As all the stops were being pulled out to fly Boca Juniors and River Plate from Buenos Aires to Madrid for Sunday's Copa Libertadores final, the winners of the women's competition were having an altogether different travel experience.

How fungi are saving lives -- and the planet

It's a sunny morning, and Sara Landvik is foraging in the wild parts of Hampstead Heath, one of London's iconic parks.

Remembering Pearl Harbor

America pauses on December 7 to remember the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor that led the US into World War II.

Lindsey Vonn delays injury comeback in farewell season

She is desperate to begin her farewell season, but Lindsey Vonn has been forced to put her return from injury on hold.

How warplanes were spotted before radar

Before the invention of radar during World War II, incoming enemy warplanes were detected by listening with the aid of "sound locators" that looked more like musical instruments than tools of war.

A sneak peek at Beijing's new airport

China is poised to overtake the United States as the world's biggest air travel market by 2022 -- and it's little wonder the country's airport construction craze shows no signs of abating.

He knew something was wrong when he entered the consulate. An audio recording describes the journalist's painful last moments, a source says

"I can't breathe." These were the final words uttered by Jamal Khashoggi after he was set upon by a Saudi hit squad at the country's consulate in Istanbul, according to a source briefed on the investigation into the killing of the Washington Post columnist.

NYT: Kushner advised Saudi crown prince after killing

The President's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, continued to have private conversations with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman following the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to The New York Times.

Khashoggi's private WhatsApp messages may offer new clues

In his public writings, Jamal Khashoggi's criticism of Saudi Arabia and its Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was measured. In private, the Washington Post columnist didn't hold back.

The slow-motion disaster of Trump's strategy

Shortly before 1 p.m. on Tuesday, having just received a classified briefing from the director of the CIA in the basement of the Capitol, two Republican senators stepped to a crowd of cameras and reporters. With a few pointed words, the pair blew up the Trump administration's efforts to minimize the political damage stemming from journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder.

Rubio pushes back against Trump's stance on Khashoggi

Sen. Marco Rubio pushed back against Trump administration claims that there's no direct link between the Saudi crown prince and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying that "there is no way" Mohammed bin Salman wasn't aware of the killing and that he very likely ordered it.

Cooper: White House operating like 'business as usual'

CNN's Anderson Cooper says while President Trump continues to minimize the role of Saudi Arabia in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, several senators are preparing to hold the country accountable.

Congressman: If Trump claims are true, they're 'impeachable offenses'

If accusations that President Donald Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush payments to women who had alleged affairs with Trump prove to be true, Rep. Jerry Nadler said those actions would be impeachable offenses.

Trump struggles to change the story as Mueller creeps nearer

President Donald Trump is dipping into his playbook of distraction and denial, but even his skills at weaving alternative narratives cannot disguise the growing threat he faces from special counsel Robert Mueller.

Mueller shows his cards, and reveals a pack of jokers

On Friday the Justice Department dropped some huge shoes in the Russia investigation. First a pair of memos from special prosecutor Robert Mueller and the Southern District of New York involving the criminal sentencing of Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer and fixer. Then a filing on Paul Manafort's failed cooperation with the Mueller probe (it said he lied).

Why the 'Great Wave' still mystifies art lovers

A massive wave threatens to engulf three fishing boats, its foam crown extending like claws, menacing the rowers below. It's an epic scene of human struggle and natural terror that dwarfs the sacred Mount Fuji just behind it.

Brain-eating amoeba spread by neti pot?

A Seattle woman rinsed her sinuses with tap water. A year later, she died of a brain-eating amoeba.

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