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- Next chief of staff will navigate through a crisis that could put Trump's presidency in existential danger as Mueller closes in
The job of White House chief of staff is close to impossible at the best of times, but President Donald Trump's new West Wing enforcer faces an even tougher mission -- one that may eventually evolve into an effort to save his presidency itself.
- Ayers not taking job as White House chief of staff
Nick Ayers, the leading candidate to replace John Kelly as President Donald Trump's chief of staff, announced Sunday he will not be taking the job, reviving discussions about who will succeed the retired Marine general when he leaves at the end of the month.
- Kellyanne Conway's husband: Administration is 'dumpster fire'
George Conway, husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, has become an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, explaining in a podcast he'd rather leave the US than vote for Trump again.
- Opinion: Trump surrounding himself with yes-men and yes-women
In the olden days of presidential appointments and nominations, the focus was justifiably on the nominees -- their background, what their policy positions said about the role they would play in an administration and whether or not they would get confirmed.
- Trump, without evidence, accuses James Comey of lying to House Judiciary Committee
President Donald Trump lashed out at former FBI Director James Comey over testimony he gave to the House Judiciary and Oversight committees on Friday, accusing the former FBI chief, without evidence, of lying to lawmakers and questioning his inability to recall events related to certain questions.
- A closer look at Trump's White House turnover
CNN's John Avlon breaks down key departures from President Donald Trump's White House now that senior staff turnover is at 62%, according to Brookings Institution.
- Audio transcript captures journalist's painful last moments, 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.
- Comey calls on Americans to 'use every breath we have' to oust Trump in 2020
Former FBI Director James Comey asked American voters Sunday night to end Donald Trump's presidency with a "landslide" victory for his opponent in 2020.
- Adam Schiff: Trump could 'face the real prospect of jail time'
California Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday that President Donald Trump could "face the real prospect of jail time" after federal prosecutors said last week that the President directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush-money payments during the presidential campaign.
- Jerome Corsi is suing Robert Mueller, claims he's being unfairly targeted
Jerome Corsi is suing Robert Mueller in federal court in the District of Columbia.
- Opinion: Mr. 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).
- Carl Bernstein: This could make the world tremble
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discusses with CNN's Brian Stelter whether the Republican Party will peel away from President Donald Trump as special counsel Robert Mueller's case closes in on Trump and those close to him.
- Sen. Marco Rubio: Pardoning Paul Manafort 'would be a mistake'
Sen. Marco Rubio said Sunday that he doesn't think President Donald Trump should grant a pardon to his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, calling such a move "a mistake."
- Brexit vote delayed as May pulls the plug, sources say
Britain's big Brexit decision appears to have been delayed.
- Wildfire scientists brace for hotter, more flammable future as Paradise lies in ashes
Every man-made thing that burned, burned all the way.
- Twitter CEO ignites a new storm
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's tweets have triggered an angry backlash for the second time in less than a month.
- Carlos Ghosn and Nissan indicted in Japan
Carlos Ghosn and Nissan, the Japanese automaker he saved from collapse, were indicted Monday on allegations of financial misconduct, according to Japanese media.
- Southeastern winter storm leaves canceled flights, icy roads and power outages
After a record-setting weekend of snow walloped the southeast, the first winter storm of the season is fading away.
- Former Miss Kentucky charged with sending nude photos of herself to 15-year-old student
A middle school teacher and former Miss Kentucky pageant winner has been arrested and charged with sending nude photographs of herself to a 15-year-old boy, authorities said.
- Nuns embezzle 'substantial' amount of funds from church school, monsignor says
Two nuns misappropriated "substantial amounts" of funds from a Catholic school in Southern California for their own use, the monsignor of St. James Catholic Church said in a letter to parishioners.
- Hear first 'sounds' captured on Mars
NASA captured what wind sounds like on Mars, just a few days after its InSight lander touched down on the Red Planet.
- The questions the Kareem Hunt video raises
Two videos of two NFL stars in hotels physically attacking women, four years apart.
- Elon Musk: 'I do not respect the SEC'
Elon Musk settled securities fraud charges brought against him by the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this year, but he is not done deriding the agency.
- Watch: Patriots lose on miracle touchdown
- Bulls booed off court after worst loss ever
- NBA star, actress open up about infertility
NBA player Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union tell Oprah Winfrey about their struggles to conceive and the birth of their baby daughter.
- Heisman winner apologizes for homophobic tweets
- LeBron's high school hummer doesn't sell at auction
- De Niro's Mueller visits Eric Trump on 'SNL'
Robert De Niro returned to "Saturday Night Live" as special counsel Robert Mueller to check on President Donald Trump's son, Eric.
- Basketball card goes viral after startling discovery
- Man accused of killing backpacker appears in court
A 26-year-old man accused with killing a British backpacker made his first appearance in a New Zealand court on Monday, state broadcaster Radio New Zealand reported.
- UFC may have found its next Ronda Rousey
- Baskin-Robbins clerk disarms robber
Surveillance video shows a Baskin-Robbins clerk fight back against a man wielding a knife.
- Princeton alum disrupts the retirement industry
- Huawei CFO to learn fate today as China demands her release
China's anger is growing over the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive wanted by the United States. What happens next will be decided Monday by a Canadian court.
- Why the arrest of Huawei's CFO matters
The arrest of a top Huawei executive has roiled the business world and threatens to derail the tenuous trade truce between the United States and China.
- China summons US and Canadian ambassadors
The Chinese Foreign Ministry is summoning the US and Canadian ambassadors in protest over the detention of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, describing it as "lawless" and "extremely vicious."
- Analysis: 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.
- Perspectives: America's growing impatience with China
As President Trump negotiated a trade truce with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Buenos Aires last weekend, an arrest 7,000 miles away created another complication between the world's largest economies. Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Chinese telecom giant Huawei and the daughter of its founder, was arrested in Vancouver on December 1 on suspicion of violating US sanctions on Iran.
- Doctor with a big heart is 2018 winner
For Dr. Ricardo Pun-Chong, being a physician isn't just about treating patients -- it's about how you care for their families.
- See Dr. Pun-Chong's acceptance speech
Dr. Ricardo Pun-Chong was named the 2018 CNN Hero of the Year for his efforts to provide free housing, meals and support for sick children and their families while they undergo treatment.
- A student, an English teacher and a computer programmer are all among this year's CNN Heroes
Meet 10 remarkable trailblazers who have truly changed the world. Each one has found a way to use their knowledge and inspiration to help countless others.
- Watch George H.W. Bush's former service dog take the stage
George H.W. Bush's service dog Sully captured the heart of the nation when he was photographed lying in front of the former President's casket, capturing the heart of the nation.
- Roger, the ripped kangaroo and 'true icon,' has died
A burly kangaroo whose buff physique shot him to internet fame has died at the age of 12.
- Daughter of India's richest man kick starts wedding with private Beyoncé concert
- Watch dramatic Boeing plane landing
Video captures the moment when an Emirates Boeing 777 performed a difficult landing due to high winds at Newcastle airport in the UK.
- These are the best photos of the year
- She's 22 and head of a multimillion dollar company
When Adina Kamkhatchi was in college, she had an eye for jewelry but not much of a budget.
- These $12 'perfect' socks are for a good cause
The founders of Bombas sought to create a company that would solve one of the biggest problems homeless people face — a need for socks.
- Mueller should insist on an in-person interview with Trump
President Donald Trump is clearly worried. He pretends that information prosecutors provided in recent filings in the Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort cases "totally clears" him. But in reality, federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have outlined a convincing case that Trump directed Cohen to make illegal campaign payments to conceal his alleged affairs.
- Unlike US, China playing the long game
Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the President of the United States, modeled on the President's Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily.
- Nobel Prize winners prove survivor stories matter
Awarding the Nobel Peace Prize to Dr. Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad says one thing: survivor stories matter. Mukwege, a gynecologist who set up a hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has treated thousands of rape survivors who suffered traumatic injuries at the hands of warring militias, while Murad is an Iraqi Yazidi human rights activist who survived enslavement at the hands of Islamic State militants.
- Telling young women to stay in their lane is sexist
Jameela Jamil is on a mission to combat airbrushing, diet teas and other forms of image-based oppression, but not everyone is on board. The outspoken actor and presenter is best known for her role as the aggravatingly perfect, name-dropping former activist Tahani on NBC's "The Good Place."
- Giant collisions shake the cosmos
In 1608, the German-Dutch lensmaker Hans Lippershey became the first person to apply for a patent for what we now call the telescope. By combining two lenses, he found that he could make distant objects appear closer than they are. While some lauded the invention for its military applications, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei turned the telescope to the heavens and opened a new eye on the cosmos. His observations overturned the existing astronomical beliefs of his time.
- The name of Trump's game is still corruption
Faced with new court filings by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating his ties to Russia and other matters, our Distractor-in-Chief began Friday with a burst a tweets and two big nominations. As President Donald Trump proposed William Barr for attorney general and Heather Nauert for ambassador to the United Nations, he seemed intent on capturing our attention. It didn't work.
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- Rubio: Kelly will be 'hard to replace' at WH
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Republican Senator Marco Rubio discusses Chief of Staff John Kelly leaving the White House
- Comey says firing Mueller alone won't derail investigations
Former FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers in a closed-door meeting on Friday that he didn't believe firing Robert Mueller alone would derail the investigations that have been launched since he was appointed special counsel last year.
- Trump tries to change the story, but Russia cloud darkens
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.
- You can call him on his cellphone...
Phone calls remain an important part of communication for President Trump, in this week's State of the Cartoonian, Jake Tapper imagines what that looks like.
- Donald Trump keeps bringing up the death penalty
President Donald Trump has been talking a lot about the death penalty recently.
- How VR is helping flyers and dental patients calm down
When Shaun Denis wants to relax at work, he steps into a quiet room, outfitted with a few ferns and a chair. He slips on a virtual-reality headset and a pair of noise-cancelling headphones, and escapes to the beach.
- GoPro moving some production out of China
GoPro is moving some of its production out of China in order to protect its business from potential new US tariffs.
- Holiday classic stirs radio debate
Baby, it may be cold outside, but this week, it's been colder on 96.5 KOIT's Facebook page.
- Dear Oscars: Stop trying to push the envelope
After struggling to find a host for the Oscars, Kevin Hart was briefly in, and then, after some unfortunate old tweets resurfaced, just as quickly out.
- Sandra Oh and Andy Samberg to host Globes
- See all the Golden Globe nominees
The 76th Golden Globe Awards will be a battle of blockbusters versus indies.
- Breast cancer testing guidelines out of date, missing genetic screening
The current guidelines for genetic testing of breast cancer patients limit the number of women who can get tested. Because of these restrictions, these tests miss as many patients with hereditary cancers as they find, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
- Most US adults have not gotten a flu shot for this mild season
Most US adults have not gotten a flu shot this season, according to a new survey from NORC, a research organization at the University of Chicago.
- Ebola cases surge in Congo, with women and children disproportionately sick
There have been 18 more cases of illness and five more deaths reported in just two days in the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to the Ministry of Health. Since the outbreak began, the total number of probable cases is now 471, including 273 deaths, the ministry reported Thursday.
- Migrants are not a threat to health systems, report finds
- Tackling climate change could save millions of lives, report says
Climate studies often pinpoint the detrimental public health impacts related to rising atmospheric temperatures, extreme weather events and other consequences of a changing climate.
- HHS contradicts reports on fetal tissue research contract
Anonymous reporting led to an "inaccurate" story about federal funding of controversial fetal tissue research, the US Department of Health and Human Services said Wednesday.
- 10-minute cancer test could detect cancer anywhere in the body, new study says
Researchers in Australia have developed a 10-minute test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in the human body, according to a newly published study.
- World first: Baby born to woman with uterus transplanted from deceased donor
For the first time, a baby has been born to a woman who received a uterus transplant from a deceased donor, according to Hospital das Clínicas at the University of São Paulo School of Medicine in Brazil.
- How to check your medical records for dangerous errors
In the worst-case scenario, an incorrect diagnosis, scan or lab result may have been inserted into a record, raising the possibility of inappropriate medical evaluation or treatment.
- Fatal brain-eating amoeba may have come from woman's neti pot
A Seattle woman rinsed her sinuses with tap water. A year later, she died of a brain-eating amoeba.
- 'Zombie 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.
- Football player with history of concussions became pioneer on NASCAR's pit road
On a warm, sunny November day, the ISM raceway near Phoenix is literally roaring with action. The NASCAR Cup Series is heading into its second-to-last race of the year, and drivers are speeding around the track for the final practice of the day.
- Why is pizza so addictive?
A deliciously fresh pizza pie with warm baked dough, salty tomato sauce and gooey cheese is a delight for the senses. There are few foods that could satisfy me on a daily basis, but pizza is one of them.
- Two-year-old needs some of the rarest blood in the world to survive
Two-year-old Zainab Mughal has some of the rarest blood in the world.
- Chrissy Teigen inspires parents to share photos of babies with head-shaping helmets
American model Chrissy Teigen sparked a social media trend after sharing on Twitter and Instagram a photo of her son, Miles, with a corrective helmet to treat his flat head syndrome.
- For gifted kids, better to be hands-on or -off?
For every child, there's an optimal growth zone depending on their knowledge and abilities, one expert says. Push them too much or too little, and they won't learn.
- How far will you go to reduce your beef intake?
Scientists say that beef consumption must fall drastically to avert a climate catastrophe, but changing diet can be hard. Here are your options.
- Ancient plague may have wiped out European farmers
The fearsome disease known as the plague might help explain a mystery that has puzzled scientists for years.
- Columbia University and its hospitals sued over doctor's sexual abuse
Seventeen women are accusing Columbia University and the NewYork-Presbyterian hospital system of enabling a sexually abusive doctor over roughly 20 years of practice, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in New York Supreme Court. The doctor, Robert Hadden, pleaded guilty in 2016 to criminal sex act in the third degree and forcible touching, surrendering his medical license, according to court documents. He received no jail time.
- Traffic accidents are eighth leading cause of death globally
The number of traffic-related deaths reached a high of 1.35 million in 2016, according to the 2018 Global Status Report on Road Safety, released by the World Health Organization on Friday. It has also moved up to the eighth leading cause of death for people of all ages, ahead of HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis.
- Sedative addiction and anxiety on the rise among children, reports show
An apparent rise in anxiety among British children has prompted concern from mental health experts, as two reports reveal an alarming surge in medication addiction and the number of young people seeking counseling for the disorder.
- Romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak tied to 9 more illnesses, FDA says
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to warn against eating any romaine lettuce harvested from the central Coastal growing regions of Northern and Central California amid a multistate outbreak of E. coli illnesses linked to romaine lettuce. The agency also reported Thursday that nine additional people have been reported ill since November 26.
- Dr. Sanjay Gupta tests the Apple Watch's new heart monitor
Since the Apple Watch Series 4 was announced in September, one of its most anticipated functions has been the promise to perform a mobile electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) whenever a consumer wants. The feature becomes available in the United States on Thursday via a software update.
- Infections in kids tied to subsequent mental illness risk in new study
Serious infections during childhood have been tied to a subsequent increased risk of mental disorders in a new study.
- Four emerging STDs that you can't afford to ignore
New diseases emerge all the time, and sexually transmitted infections, also known as sexually transmitted diseases, are no exception. Here are four bacteria that could become serious public health threats. (Warning: contains a description of animal auto-fellatio.)
- Body fat levels linked to breast cancer risk in post-menopausal women
Older women with excess body fat, even if they have what's considered a normal body-mass index, could be at greater risk for breast cancer, according to a study published Thursday in the medical journal JAMA Oncology.
- 'Disturbing' rape kit investigation prompts action in several states
The Washington attorney general said Tuesday he will notify every law enforcement agency in his state and direct them to ensure that rape kits are not being inappropriately destroyed. His action comes in response to a CNN investigation into the destruction of rape kits nationwide and on the heels of a Missouri police chief's apology to victims.
- The joy and practical wisdom of running
I am not a runner. I nearly failed high school gym because I walked the required cross-country course run. I didn't run for exercise at all until age 27, when my now-wife (two-time marathoner, lifelong fan of "Chariots of Fire") and I started dating. I've done it sporadically since, usually running to coffee shops where the pie I enjoy undoes the work it took to get to it.
- The scientist, the twins and the experiment that geneticists say went too far
Humanity was reluctantly dragged into a new era this week.
- Retired FDA research monkeys find new home in Florida
Squirrel monkey chirps filled a small ranch-style building in north Gainesville, Florida -- a chorus that made Kari Bagnall's smile swell even wider.
- 'Stranger Things' season 3 reveals episode titles
We still have months to go before "Stranger Things" returns, but speculation has begun already.
- Yvonne Orji prayed for an answer and thank God she listened
Ordinarily, you won't hear a lot of comedians crediting Jesus for getting them into comedy. Of course, there's very little that's ordinary about Yvonne Orji.
- Women headline holiday movies but still face 'celluloid ceiling'
Women play starring roles in a flurry of films that will carry through the holiday season. But when it comes to the status of women in Hollywood, as Thursday's Golden Globe nominations suggested, it often feels like there's a step back -- or at least a pause -- for every step forward.
- Kevin Hart and the art of the celebrity apology
Hollywood is filled with comeback stories of stars who have made mistakes and found redemption.
- 'Baby, It's Cold Outside' stirs radio debate
Baby, it may be cold outside, but this week, it's been colder on 96.5 KOIT's Facebook page.
- 'Black Panther' breaks through at Golden Globes, with an eye on Oscars
"Black Panther" is looking like the answer to Hollywood's prayers as the industry embarks on awards season, adding blockbuster sizzle to an annual ritual that has been reluctant to acknowledge its costume-clad box-office stars.
- Phoebe Robinson could be your new BFF
Phoebe Robinson is U2's biggest fan, a worshipper of all things Oprah, and someone with an unapologetic love of "the Aidan years" of "Sex and the City."
- Dear Oscars: Stop trying to push the envelope
Kevin Hart's Oscars departure has been a how-not-to course in public relations, but the interlude offers a reminder to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences: Don't try to be what you're not, writes CNN's Brian Lowry in an analysis.
- See who's nominated for a Grammy
Nominations for the 61st Grammy Awards will be revealed on Friday morning.
- 'Game of Thrones' drops new trailer and it's icy
Winter is coming.
- Melissa Villaseñor's extraordinary impersonations help her be herself
Melissa Villaseñor's career in comedy started with three words that every teenage girl in the late '90s sang at least once into a hairbrush: "Oh Baby, baby..."
- Get a first look at 'Avengers: Endgame'
Much to the excitement of fans, the trailer for the fourth film in the "Avengers" franchise has arrived.
- Social media is a landmine for celebs
Kevin Hart learned the hard way that the past can come back to haunt you.
- Cardi B shows up to court and avoids potential arrest
Cardi B made it to court just minutes before her scheduled arraignment hearing on Friday.
- Michelle Williams and Chad Johnson end engagement
Like her former group member's song, Michelle Williams is once again one of the "Single Ladies."
- Viola Davis: Hollywood is 'taming' black women
During an award acceptance speech, actress Viola Davis called on Hollywood to create more "authentic" roles for actresses of color.
- How Gilda Radner changed comedy
Gilda Radner -- one of the most influential cast members in "Saturday Night Live" history -- played a pivotal role in shaping "SNL," forever changing the course of comedy.
- Tyler Perry pays off layaways ahead of Christmas
Tyler Perry is spreading holiday cheer in his city of Atlanta.
- Golden Globe nominations kick off Hollywood's award season
Will the 76th Golden Globe Awards honor Wakanda forever or go gaga for "A Star is Born?"
- Black films show up strong in Golden Globe noms
The nominations for the 76th Golden Golden Globe Awards showcase strong work by black directors this past year.
- Constance Wu's Globe nomination is a big deal
As Constance Wu and "Crazy Rich Asians" scored Golden Globe nominations on Thursday morning, the reaction from large corners of the Internet was one of crazy excitement.
- Nicole Kidman and more on Globe nominations
Hollywood woke up to Golden Globe nominations news on Thursday morning.
- Let's give Cardi B a minute
Before you tweet me asking, "Why is Cardi B's marital split news?" I will beat you to the punch and say it's not, really.
- Steven Spielberg warns against hate as 'Schindler's List' turns 25
More than two decades after "Schindler's List" first debuted, Steven Spielberg's award-winning film about the horrors of the Holocaust is returning to theaters.
- 'Dumplin'' serves up drama and Dolly Parton songs
Stop if you've heard this one: An overweight girl clashes with her beauty-queen mother, entering a teen beauty pageant as an act of defiance. Yet the set-up somehow works reasonably well in "Dumplin'," a Netflix movie that weaves Dolly Parton songs throughout the story and casts Jennifer Aniston as the mom.
- 'Icebox' offers chilling tale of young asylum seeker's journey
Beyond timely, "Icebox" is a wrenching, harrowing movie about one Honduran boy's quest for asylum, and the conditions he faces after being apprehended in the United States. Acquired by HBO, the spare project from first-time writer-director Daniel Sawka weds the stark feel and look of a documentary with the emotional wallop that comes from drama.
- See what's streaming in December
Enjoy some new streaming content while you deck the halls.
- Why it's difficult for Netflix and 'Friends' to go on a break
"Friends" will be there for you on Netflix through 2019, but the minor internet meltdown over a rumor that the show was leaving goes to the heart of the biggest question about Netflix's short-term future: What happens if and when its competitors pull their most popular content from Netflix to make it exclusive to their own streaming services?
- What's next for the Oscars?
The Academy and its television partner, ABC, need a new host for the 2019 Oscars, stat.
- 'Crazy Rich Asians' had a crazy bad opening weekend in China
Turns out China isn't so crazy about "Crazy Rich Asians."
Headlines last updated on Dec 10, 2018 10:31:27am.
- Vintage pictures show how LAX used to be
2018 marks Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)'s 90th birthday -- and a lot's changed in nearly a century.
- A luxury escape in an untouched rainforest
With forests filled with wildlife like nowhere on Earth, Madagascar's Masoala peninsula offers a remote luxury escape.
- Holiday hang glider flight goes horribly wrong
- Discovering South Korea's forgotten beats
Though Korean pop music -- or K Pop -- has been making waves worldwide in recent years, it's not the only sound worth getting to know in South Korea.
- Wild new passenger jet with no middle seats, ever
There's a shark on the runway.
- Is this the world's cheapest draft beer?
As soon as the sun sets in Hanoi, Vietnam, there's only one place to be: the corner of Ta Hien and Luong Ngoc Quyen streets.
- The art gallery tour that costs $42,000
Want to see famous art like Michelangelo's "David" at Florence's Accademia museum? Line up with 10,000 other people -- or drop $42,000 on an exclusive tour.
- Best Delhi attractions: A delightful dozen
Delhi seems like a colorful, cosmic swirl. India's capital and second-largest city is in constant motion -- whether it's with people and cultures or religions and history.
- Gunpowder and beer: What could go wrong?
Steel projectiles, gunpowder and lots and lots of beer. It sounds like a recipe for disaster. But in fact they are the components needed to play Colombia's national sport: tejo.
- The Statue of Liberty's torch heads to new museum
The Statue of Liberty's original torch is getting a new home.
- You can take a pie on a plane
Getting excited to eat your mother's roast turkey, your uncle's stuffing and your sister's famous green bean casserole?
- Butter is back, just in time for the holidays
Amid the farm houses and barns dotting the Mad River Valley area of rural Vermont, five miles north of Sugarbush ski resort, Marisa Mauro is making butter.
- Boeing's 777X jetliner comes together
Travelers around the globe are one step closer to seeing a plane with its wings folded up being taxied to their gate.
- Leaning Tower of Pisa loses some of its tilt
The Leaning Tower of Pisa has slowly started defying its name, losing four centimeters of its tilt over the past 17 years.
- Training India's next generation of female pilots
On a dusty, 3,600-foot-long airstrip in Rajasthan, India, a two-seater white Cessna 152 pivots into position. A few moments later, it's soaring over the empty desert into a cloudless blue sky.
- Ancient termite megapolis as large as Britain found
Researchers have discovered a gigantic complex of 200 million termite mounds in northeastern Brazil, which may be up to 4,000 years old and covers an area about the size of Great Britain.
- Travel deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Sure, Thanksgiving is a time to give thanks. But the extended holiday weekend also is a time for some serious retail therapy, especially on discounted travel.
- This Alaskan town won't see the sun for 65 days
If you're a night owl, you may want to consider spending your winters in northern Alaska.
- Airline etiquette: Tips from an expert
I was sitting in an aisle seat on a flight earlier this year when a fellow traveler approached and politely said he thought I may be sitting in his seat.
- India's first woman with a Michelin star
Chef Garima Arora just became the first Indian woman to win a Michelin star.
From a new flagship for Costa Cruises to a ship purpose-built for the Galapagos Islands, see photos of the top new cruise ships for 2019.
- Airlines enforce 7kg limit for carry-on bags
Australian airlines including Qantas and Virgin Australia announce a renewed push to enforce hand luggage weight limits at the busiest time of the year.
- 8 reasons Glasgow is better than Edinburgh
It may not have the picture postcard charm of Edinburgh, but residents of Glasgow say it's the city in Scotland to visit. Here are eight reasons they say Glasgow is better.
View these photos of Glasgow, Scotland's biggest city, and you'll see all the great reasons you should visit here for your next holiday.
- Take a delicious journey through India's culinary traditions
The term "Indian food" covers a lot of territory. Here are the best dishes in each region of India -- north to south and east to west. The commonality? It's all delicious.
- New train lines that could transform how you travel
Connecting major destinations and slashing journey times, these new rail lines could transform travel in the years to come -- whether you're looking for a quick detour on your itinerary or planning a multi-destination trip.
From jalebi in the north to idli in the south, Indian cuisine is an palatable reason to visit this sprawling nation. Take a moutherwatering photo tour of all India has to offer.
- Advent traditions around the world
Many Christians around the world celebrate Advent. From Germany to China, find out about various traditions, plus discover a special house of worship to visit in each place and recommended hotel.
- The fastest city on the planet?
Nairobi, Kenya's capital, has only been a city since 1954, but it's been making up for lost time ever since. This thriving metropolis is always on the move and always changing.
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