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- A 5-year-old boy is missing from home. Police don't think he walked away or was abducted
Investigators searching for a 5-year-old Illinois boy missing since at least Thursday are focusing on the family's residence, police said.
- Parents of missing 5-year-old speak out amid speculation
The parents of a missing 5-year-old Illinois boy speak out after they say they last saw their son in the evening before he went to bed.
- A missing California teenager is believed to be in the company of murder suspects
California authorities are searching for a teenager who was last seen in the company of her mother and a man -- both of whom are suspected of murder.
- What to know about missing children in the US
Here is a look at missing children in the United States. There are several different types of missing children: runaways, family abductions, lost or "thrown away," and non-family abductions. Recent advances in technology, communications through public alerts and greater cooperation from law enforcement have helped solve many cases quickly.
- Famous 'God Bless America' rendition banned over singer's racist past
Professional sports teams are banning Kate Smith's rendition of "God Bless America" after racist lyrics surfaced from the singer's past.
- Tiger mauls a zookeeper in Kansas
A zookeeper is recovering in the hospital after she was attacked Saturday morning by a tiger at the Topeka, Kansas zoo.
- From 'total exoneration' to 'total bullsh**': Trump lingers on damning report
By the time President Donald Trump had passed through the prime rib buffet at Mar-a-Lago on Thursday to sit for dinner with family and a top aide, the damning picture Robert Mueller's report painted of his presidency had become clear.
- New diamond unveiled to compete with world's largest
The newly unveiled Okavango blue diamond is 20-carats and has a higher clarity than the Hope Diamond, the largest blue diamond in the world.
- 13 killed at a family party in Mexico
Gunmen raided a family party in the Mexican state of Veracruz, killing 13 people, including a child, authorities said.
- Vatican displays Holy Stairs for the first time in 300 years
Visitors to Rome this Easter can have a once-in-a-lifetime experience: climbing the original stairs that Jesus is said to have walked on before his crucifixion.
- Paris protesters: 'Everything for Notre, nothing for the Miserables'
- NY Times: Employees say Boeing's SC plant is plagued by shoddy production
Former and current employees at a Boeing plant in South Carolina that produces the company's 787 Dreamliner claim the factory is overrun by "shoddy production and weak oversight that have threatened to compromise safety" -- a revelation that surfaces as Boeing is under fire over a separate aircraft, the New York Times reported Saturday.
- State senator slammed for saying nurses 'play cards' for 'considerable amount' of day
A Washington state senator has drawn the ire of nurses after remarks she made suggesting that nurses in smaller hospitals "probably play cards for a considerable amount of the day."
- The quiet suffering of the Columbine principal you probably know only as a hero
Frank DeAngelis stood in his home office, his hair graying over his ears, and pointed to each frame on the wall, telling the story behind the mementos he's collected over the last two decades.
- Ax found near apartment where woman was partially decapitated
The partially decapitated body of a young woman was found early Saturday in a Brooklyn apartment where police also discovered a 4-year-old girl who was unharmed after her mother fled with lacerations on her head and body, according to a law enforcement official.
- Kim Kardashian: I don't want to be put into a box
Kim Kardashian tells CNN's Van Jones about her decision to become a lawyer and what she learned from her father.
- US bitcoin trader and girlfriend could face death penalty over Thai 'seastead'
An American bitcoin trader and his girlfriend could face the death penalty after they were accused of threatening Thailand's sovereignty by building and living in a "sea home" off the coast of Phuket.
- Michelle Williams and husband split
Michelle Williams and her husband, indie musician Phil Elverum, have split after less than a year of marriage.
- Butler ejected after Nets and 76ers tussle
- Will Smith joins Jaden Smith on stage at Coachella
Now this is a story all about how Coachella got flipped-turned upside down.
- Kim Kardashian talks about working with Trump
- Red Sox star skipping White House visit
- Raunchy real estate promo raises eyebrows
An Australian real estate company released -- and subsequently removed -- an eyebrow-raising promotional video that featured actors pouting, strutting and dancing their way through a property.
- Would you pay extra to drive this famous street?
California officials say this famous quirky street is too crowded with tourists, and they may enact a toll to keep it under control.
- 'Pitch Perfect' stars split after 2 years of marriage
"Pitch Perfect" stars Anna Camp and Skylar Astin are splitting up after more than two years of marriage.
- Mystery remains found at 'haunted' hotel
Bottles and jars containing possible human medical specimens were discovered in Arkansas by workers at the Crescent Hotel, which calls itself "America's Most Haunted Hotel."
- This waitress impressed celebs with singing
A video of a Cleveland waitress went viral for her singing skills.
- Tinder and Bumble remove George Zimmerman
George Zimmerman appears to be looking for a good time. Dating apps don't want any part of it.
- Internet freaks out over Kim Kardashian's sink
Reality TV star and businesswoman Kim Kardashian gives a tour of her bathroom and clarifies how her basin-less sink works.
- An interstellar meteor, Crusader DNA and water on the moon
This week, scientists discovered the interstellar origins of a meteor that crashed into Earth in 2014, and DNA was extracted from the bones of 13th-century soldiers who fought in the Crusades.
- Liquid blood and urine found inside 42,000-year-old animal
Russian researchers have found liquid blood and urine inside the frozen carcass of a foal that died 42,000 years ago in Siberia's Verkhoyansk region.
- When to look up for the Lyrid meteor shower
The annual Lyrid meteor shower will peak on Tuesday morning, but keep your eyes on the sky over the weekend as well.
- Researchers restore some function to brains of dead pigs, raising potential for human applications
A new experiment has raised medical and ethical questions as serious as those surrounding human gene editing: A support system delivering artificial blood to pig brains prevented degradation of important neural functions, Yale researchers discovered.
- Skeleton DNA reveals surprising backgrounds of Crusader soldiers
DNA from 13th century remains buried in a pit in Lebanon is shedding light on the lives of Crusader soldiers and how they mixed with the local population, a new study shows.
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- The most effective ways to curb climate change may surprise you
- CNN reporter 'attacked' by lizard on air
CNN's Abby Phillip maintained her composure as a lizard climbed on her while she was reporting on live television.
- Adele and husband separate
Singer Adele has parted ways with her husband, Simon Konecki, according to a statement from her representative, Benny Tarantini.
- CIA spy is about to become the next favorite historical hero
The latest spy story to captivate the entertainment world has it all: World War II espionage in enemy territory, a determined American woman once called the "most dangerous" Allied spy and, of course, her prosthetic leg named Cuthbert.
- These tech IPOs are soaring. Should you invest?
Lyft may be a clunker of a stock so far. But that isn't stopping a parade of other Silicon Valley unicorns from going public.
- Netflix's message to Disney and Amazon
Netflix has a message for Disney, Amazon, Apple and the numerous other media and tech companies vying for the streaming media throne: We still wear the crown.
- Uber and Lyft may look the same, but their visions are not
At first blush, it can be hard to tell Uber and Lyft's businesses apart. Both companies offer rides on demand, from a mix of cars, bikes and scooters. They rely on a vast workforce of independent contractors, many of whom drive for both companies. Uber and Lyft even share certain large investors, and now they are going public back to back.
- Congress should initiate impeachment proceedings against Trump
Congress should launch impeachment proceedings against Donald Trump for welcoming Russian interference in the 2016 election and trying to obstruct the Mueller investigation. Trump's high crimes and misdemeanors stare us in the face, and each day he remains in power is a day closer to the collapse of the rule of law.
- Mueller's report looks bad for Obama
The partisan warfare over the Mueller report will rage, but one thing cannot be denied: Former President Barack Obama looks just plain bad. On his watch, the Russians meddled in our democracy while his administration did nothing about it.
- The Mueller report is shocking
After a news conference by Attorney General William Barr, Congress and the public can access a redacted version of the Mueller report. Commentators will weigh in here throughout the day with smart takes on the report. The views expressed in this commentary are theirs. View more opinion articles on CNN.
- Former Navy rear admiral: Ilhan Omar has a point
For the last 10 years, I've been writing letters to my nephew, John, who is named for me. Mostly, they are just observations about life -- sometimes something more specific. This is the latest installment, inspired by some ugly commentary I saw on social media questioning Muslims' service and loyalty to the nation.
- 20 years after Columbine, I still ask, "Am I safe?"
The drop-off of my child at nursery school, the hug, the fear. The thought: This could be the last time. Immediately, I put that thought away. He is safe. The sounds of rumbling as I sit in my college lecture. The thought: People are running, how do I get out of here, and fast? I realize it's the pencil sharpener. I am safe.
- The real power of 'pulling a Beyonce'
One of the very few things that's certain about any Beyoncé announcement is that nothing is really certain. This was true of last week's reveal that Beychella -- the nickname fans have given to the megastar's history-making 2018 Coachella set -- would be coming to Netflix. There was, almost immediately, speculation about whether the documentary, "Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé," which premiers today and charts "the emotional road from creative concept to cultural movement," would be a sort of prelude to something else: a new single, a new album, another world tour.
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- Saudi sisters go public in plea for help: 'We are in danger'
Two Saudi sisters who planned their escape for almost five years and are now seeking asylum in the country of Georgia have revealed their identities in a plea for international help.
- Journalist killed in N Ireland seen as rising star
- Japan Emperor's first foreign guest: Trump
- China invades Facebook to go after critics
- Flu season is longest in a decade, CDC says
It's official: This year's flu season is a record breaker.
- DNA from old razor helps solve cold cases from 40 years ago
Police have cracked a cold case with DNA found on the razor of the man they say raped and killed two women more than four decades ago in California.
- Pot stocks are soaring
For decades, though nobody was really sure why, April 20 has been the unofficial holiday for marijuana users and a joke by and about them. Now, though, it's also a reminder of how quickly marijuana is moving from illegal and a joke to a multi-billion dollar legal business — and a good time for us to take another look at how well cannabis stocks have been doing.
- Basketball coach resigns after review finds she made 'racially insensitive' remarks
University of North Carolina's longtime head women's basketball coach, Sylvia Hatchell, has resigned after a university-commissioned review found she made "racially insensitive" comments, the school's athletics director and other officials announced.
- 3 dead as storms barrel through the South
Powerful storms pounded the Deep South with rains and strong winds, killing at least three people and threatening some areas with tornadoes on Good Friday.
- Unseen photos of America's early 'working girls'
Women in sexual professions have always distinguished themselves from other women, from the mores of the time, by pushing the boundaries of style. The most celebrated concubines and courtesans in history set the trends in their respective courts. The great dames of burlesque -- Sally Rand, Gypsy Rose Lee -- boasted a signature style on- and offstage, reflecting broader-than-life personalities.
- How will Notre Dame be rebuilt?
As the ashes settle in the embers of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, the laborious restoration process can begin. Rebuilding will take years, possibly more than a decade. Yet, for a Gothic masterpiece that famously took 107 years to construct, and stood for centuries more, this may simply mark the latest evolution of a building that has been reshaped many times in its 850-year history.
- New plane wing could change aircraft design
Plane wings are traditionally strong, thick and sturdy but a team of researchers led by NASA has created a flexible wing that morphs as it flies.
- Stunning photos show 'Black is Beautiful'
To some, Kwame Brathwaite was the "Keeper of the Images," capturing black creativity and expression in its purest and most candid of forms. Between the late 1950s and the late 1970s, the Brooklyn native made his career documenting the burgeoning black art and political movements in New York -- most notably, the "Black is Beautiful" movement that encouraged black people to accept and celebrate their natural features.
- Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?
If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.
- A measles outbreak is dividing families in this orthodox Jewish community. Passover could make it worse
As one of the holiest Jewish celebrations of the year arrives, families in the Hasidic section of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, face a dilemma.
- This baby got measles because of anti-vaxers
Fainy Sukenik believes in vaccines, and her four children are up to date on all their shots.
- Are you protected from measles? It may depend on when you were born
Nearly two decades after measles was declared eliminated in the US, the country and the globe have seen an upsurge of cases -- including adults who thought they were protected by the vaccine. Now, some are questioning whether they are properly vaccinated and whether they are still at risk for getting measles.
- What school threats and lockdowns are doing to a generation of children
Schools across the country are facing the possibility of security threats. Many have plans in place and run drills to prepare for the unthinkable. But lockdown drills and the constant discussion of danger can confuse and traumatize children. And it doesn't necessarily make them safer.
- Michigan measles outbreak linked to outbreak in New York
Michigan health officials confirmed the measles outbreak in Oakland County is linked to the ongoing outbreak in New York.
- Measles cases are up nearly 300% over last year. This is a global crisis
We are in the middle of a global measles crisis. Cases have soared across the world, including in places where measles had previously been eliminated -- like the United States. In this year to date, the United States has already seen its second-greatest number of cases since 2000. And this past week, New York City declared a public health emergency due to the rapid spread of the virus.
- 20 years on, Columbine survivors tell Parkland students: 'We're sorry we couldn't stop it.'
- Raising an intersex child: 'This is your body. ... There's nothing to be ashamed of'
- Human health can be 'mostly sustained' for a year in space, NASA Twins Study concludes
Spending 340 days aboard the International Space Station between 2015 and 2016 caused changes in astronaut Scott Kelly's body, from his weight down to his genes, according to the results of the NASA Twins Study, released Thursday.
- Congo Ebola outbreak not a public health emergency of international concern, WHO says
The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo does not constitute a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organization's director-general, Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, said Friday.
- A peep into the history of Easter's marshmallow icon
Easter is a popular time for America's bunny- and chick-shaped marshmallows friends known as Peeps. Every day, about 5.5 million Peeps are produced, roughly 2 billion a year.
- Life lessons from the native tribe with the healthiest hearts in the world
A few years ago, I read reports of an indigenous tribe living deep in the Amazon rainforest whose members had hardly any evidence of heart disease. In fact, the researchers concluded after a year-long study that the Tsimane, as they are called, had the healthiest hearts in the world, a title previously held by Japanese women.
- How to talk to your kids about 420 Day
How to protect your kids as mainstream brands and social media influencers jump on the weed wagon.
- Does sugar make kids hyper? That's largely a myth
Does sugar make kids hyper? Maybe.
- Why an ancient religious text is the best parenting book I've read in years
As a parenthood writer, I read a lot of parenting books. Most of them underwhelm by either repeating the obvious or suggesting approaches that are in deep denial of the vagaries of human nature.
- It's now legal for your meat to have trace amounts of fecal matter. A group of doctors want to change that
This product "may contain feces."
- Doctors develop 'cure' for babies with 'bubble boy' disease
Dannie Hawkins dreamed for her precious baby nephew, Ja'Ceon Golden, to experience the simple joys of childhood -- swimming in pools during the summer, going to birthday parties, playing in parks filled with people, having a pet -- without risk.
- Eating just one slice of bacon a day linked to higher risk of colorectal cancer, says study
Eating even a moderate amount of red or processed meat is linked with an increased risk of colorectal (bowel) cancer, according to a new study published Wednesday.
- Stop letting your kids stare at iPads in restaurants, science says
I try to be restrained in my judgments of other parents. We have so many obligations and pressures when it comes to parental duties that it's probably more detrimental to kids if their parents are further stressed by worrying that they're doing it all wrong.
- Wake up, America: You're fooling yourself about sleep, study says
When it comes to getting a good night's sleep, Americans aren't very good at separating myths from facts, a new study finds.
- Researchers 3D-print heart from human patient's cells
Researchers have 3D-printed a heart using a patient's cells, providing hope that the technique could be used to heal hearts or engineer new ones for transplants.
- FDA OKs first medical device to treat ADHD in children
The first medical device to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, was approved Friday by the Food and Drug Administration. Instead of medication, the device delivers a low-level electrical stimulation to the parts of the brain that regulate emotion, behavior and attention.
- Recall of blood pressure drug losartan expanded
If you take blood pressure medicine, you'll want to double-check your bottle. Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd. has expanded its recall of losartan potassium and losartan potassium/hydrochlorothiazide tablets.
- This flu season is the longest in a decade, CDC says
It's official: This year's flu season is a record breaker.
- World champion triathlete breaks neck but comes back to complete Ironman
The Ironman triathlon is one of the most grueling competitions in the world. It could easily be seen as a form of self-torture. A true Ironman triathlon involves a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile run. And in case you're not aware, the Ironman competition puts these three events back-to-back-to-back.
- Rural health clinics struggle to fight skyrocketing syphilis cases
Syphilis is spreading from big cities into rural counties across the Midwest and West. One Missouri clinic has seen more than six times as many cases in the first few months of 2019 compared with the same period last year. Communities grappling with budget cuts and crumbling public health infrastructure also lack experience in fighting the disease.
- Indiana University is dealing with a mumps outbreak -- and most cases are linked to a fraternity
At least 16 cases of mumps have been reported at Indiana University since Februrary, and nine cases have ties to a single fraternity.
- Report finds 'alarming unaddressed deficiencies' in US offshore oil drilling
Even as the Trump administration has taken steps to expand offshore oil drilling, a new report shows that thousands of oil spills are still happening and that workers in the oil and gas industry are still dying on the job.
- CDC investigating listeria infections linked to deli meats and cheeses
Eight people in several states have been hospitalized with listeria infections, including one person who died, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
- Experimental blood pumping system restores some function to brains of dead pigs, study says
A new experiment has raised questions as serious as those surrounding gene editing: A support system delivering artificial blood to pig brains prevented degradation of important neural functions, Yale researchers discovered.
- Kanye's Sunday Service is coming to Coachella, but what is it?
- A 78-year-old just became Coachella's oldest performer
Calypso Rose is living proof that you're never too old to play Coachella.
- Marvel lifts its TV game to higher power for Disney+
Marvel is about to unleash what could be its biggest movie ever with "Avengers: Endgame," which, given the studio's track record, is no small feat. But after some hits and misfires, the upcoming launch of Disney+ suggests the company is about to lift its TV game to a higher power as well.
- Oprah Winfrey will not spend money on avocados
Oprah Winfrey's avocado toast is not like yours.
- Jimmy Kimmel's 'All in the Family' and 'Jeffersons' special will air in May
Jimmy Kimmel's long-awaited live sitcom special, recreating "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons," now has an air date and all-star cast.
- Missy Elliott teases new project
2019 might be the year we hear new music from Missy Elliott.
- 'Sesame Street' shows us how 'Game of Thrones' probably won't end
Elmo wants to bring peace to Westeros.
- Salma Hayek says her husband Francois-Henri Pinault won't claim tax credit for $113 million donation to Notre Dame repair
Actress Salma Hayek lavished praise on her husband's family for their generous donation to rebuild Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral -- and clarified that they won't be taking advantage of any tax credits.
- Comedian Lil Dicky gets serious about Earth Day with all-star music video
Lil Dicky got some of his famous friends to have fun to draw attention to climate change.
- Chrissy Teigen fires back at Laura Ingraham
Chrissy Teigen is not having Laura Ingraham's criticism.
- Rapper Kodak Black arrested
Rapper Kodak Black has been arrested.
- 'Ramy' puts fresh spin on Muslim experience
The quest for identity as a Muslim living in New Jersey only scratches the surface of "Ramy," a Hulu series that deftly combines comedy with drama, and which gradually peels back layers in ways as impressive as they are relatable. Far from a "Muslims are just like us" sitcom, comic Ramy Youssef's deeply personal show explores familiar themes in a fresh and at times poignant manner.
- How James Holzhauer is gaming the board and breaking records on 'Jeopardy!'
If you've been watching "Jeopardy!" lately, you're probably familiar with James Holzhauer, the Las Vegas resident and professional sports better currently smashing records on the nightly game show.
- Jason Momoa shaved his beard and people are freaking out
Before you ask "Why is this news?" remember that it's Jason Momoa.
- Cannes film festival lineup announced
Movie buffs, rejoice!
- Joe Giudice's deportation appeal denied
Things are not looking good for Joe Giudice.
- Abby Lee Miller shows off spinal surgery scar
Abby Lee Miller is reflecting on the anniversary of her cancer diagnosis and blasting some of the doctors who treated her.
- Jenny Mollen reveals she dropped her son on his head, fracturing his skull
Jenny Mollen and her family have had "a traumatic week."
- Wendy Williams' husband out as executive producer of her talk show amid divorce
Wendy Williams is cleaning house at her talk show amid her divorce from her husband of 20 years, Kevin Hunter.
- Jim Jefferies gets nervous when Brad Pitt doesn't text back
Comedian Jim Jefferies tells Conan why he thinks he upset Brad Pitt.
- 'Game of Thrones' photos hint at what's to come
Jaime Lannister may finally have to answer for his crimes.
- Alex Trebek signs off 'Jeopardy' for the summer but intends to be back
It's hiatus time for the crew at "Jeopardy" but beloved host Alex Trebek, who is fighting a battle with cancer, says he intends to be back.
- Lori Loughlin felt she had 'no choice' but to plead not guilty
Actress Lori Loughlin felt she had no other option but to plead not guilty in the college admissions scandal, a source close to Loughlin tells CNN.
- Beyoncé's 'Homecoming' doc on Netflix is black excellence
In April 2018 Beyoncé Giselle Knowles-Carter stood in her full goddess glory and drawled "Coachella, you ready?"
- Kim Kardashian West becoming a lawyer makes more sense than it first seems
The reality TV and Instagram star says she wants to help reform the criminal justice system.
- 'Fosse/Verdon' choreographs FX's latest look at old Hollywood
If concept and casting are half the battle, "Fosse/Verdon" earns a curtain call before the overture. Sam Rockwell and Michelle Williams play director Bob Fosse and star Gwen Verdon, whose tumultuous relationship and partnership provides another delicious window into what amounts to an FX niche chronicling the big personalities of old Hollywood.
- The characters most likely to survive 'Avengers: Endgame'
For Marvel Studios, all roads have led to "Avengers: Endgame." More than a decade and 21 films in the making, the fourth Avengers film finally arrives in theaters this month with almost impossibly high expectations -- both for audiences and the box office.
- Just a 'Little' black girl magic
Marsai Martin might want to work a little harder.
- 'Veep' returns to the comedy trail
"Game of Thrones" isn't the only HBO stalwart coming to an end this spring, as "Veep" begins its final campaign. The network has paired it with a worthy running mate in season two of "Barry," the dark comedy about a hit man suddenly bitten by the acting bug.
- 'The Twilight Zone' gets a makeover for the 'Black Mirror' age
Rod Serling's classic "The Twilight Zone" made its debut almost 60 years ago, but each generation seems destined for its own revival. The latest incarnation, courtesy of streaming site CBS All Access, tries to give the sci-fi anthology a new coat of "Black Mirror" polish, with intriguing but mixed results.
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- Saving sloths in Costa Rica
It's pretty surprising to see a 27-year-old jump into her mother's arms and insist on being held like a baby.
- This 'Crocodile Bridge' is an unlikely tourist attraction
Somewhere between the capital of San Jose and the surfer-friendly beach town of Jaco is Costa Rica's most unusual tourist attraction.
- First look inside the new Boeing 777X
Boeing showcases a mock up of the cabin of its new hotly anticpated 777X passenger airplane, featuring sculpted side walls and a cabin that's four inches wider than its predecessor.
- Inside Changi Airport Singapore's new 'Jewel,' home to world's tallest indoor waterfall
Following four years of construction and nonstop media coverage, Singapore's long-awaited Jewel Changi Airport is officially open.
- Airplanes converted into restaurants
In-flight meals are definitely one of the most maligned aspects of air travel.
- Most expensive cities for business travel
Your business trip might be more basic airport hotel than five-star city center establishment, but wherever you're staying, being a traveling executive can add up.
- Magical Italian village that 'witches' call home
Piedmont might be famous for its wine, white truffles and lavish castle, but there's far more to this idyllic region of Italy than meets the eyes.
- The perfect Bahamas wedding? It starts with turtles
A couple tracks endangered green sea turtles on an Earthwatch expedition in Eleuthera, Bahamas, before their pink sand beach wedding. Find out how you can volunteer to help these turtles, too (and maybe find a love of your own).
- Notre Dame fire reveals global love for Paris in troubled times
When fire consumed Paris's Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame, the world watched in horror, with many expressing their love and support for a city that seems frequently beset by heartache.
- Anatomy of a Pride parade
Glitter, rainbows, costumes and corporate logos: At first glance, Pride parades may appear to just be one big party. But peek beneath the surface, and you'll discover that Pride is celebrated by a diverse network of groups, each with their own rich history.
- Civilian helicopter-plane hybrid is coming soon
They're called tilt-rotor aircraft. They hover like helicopters -- but they fly faster and farther -- like airplanes. The military has flown them for years.
- Hard Rock Hotel finally comes to London
A Hard Rock Hotel is finally coming to London, which was the birthplace of the Hard Rock Cafe back in 1971. CNN Travel gets an exclusive look inside
- 'Flying wing' makes its global debut
- Most romantic towns in central Europe
Central Europe is home to a host of secluded towns perfect for those keen to immerse themselves in romance and adventure.
- Buying a $1 Italy dream house just got even easier
What's stopping you buying one of those homes that Italy keeps selling for less than the price of an espresso?
- What supersonic travel means for you
There was a time when the possibilities of air travel seemed limitless. Boeing's 747 "Jumbo Jet" supersized commerical aviation, then Concorde took it supersonic.
- Virgin Atlantic's new logos celebrate diversity
- How to (safely) enjoy Japan's famed deer park
Just a 45-minute train ride south of Kyoto lies the famous Nara Park, home to over 1,000 sacred deer who have learned to bow for treats.
- Disney bans smoking, large strollers from US parks
Getting ready for that summer vacation to Disney? Whether you're heading to Florida or California, you'd better plan ahead if you're a smoker or a stroller user.
- 23 of the world's best hiking trails
From a multiday trek tracing the routes of a Japanese poet, to a classic clamber in the Argentinian Lake District, here are 23 of the best hiking trails in the world.
California officials say this famous quirky street is too crowded with tourists, and they may enact a toll to keep it under control.
The Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica is the original rescue center for injured, orphaned, and abandoned sloths in Costa Rica.
The island, which is home to the world's largest lizard, will be off limits to tourists for a year in hopes of increasing the Komodo dragon population.
- Neil Armstrong's spacesuit goes on display 50 years after historic launch
After years of painstaking conservation, Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 spacesuit will be shown this summer at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon mission.
- Most expensive cities for business travel in 2019
This list for the most expensive cities for business travel in 2019 has arrived. Bern, Switzerland, comes in at No. 10. What nine cities are even more costly for the business person on the go?
See photos of the top 10 priciest cities for business travelers in 2019. You might be surprised at how many cities in the USA show up.
- Buying a $1 Italy dream house just got easier
Want to buy a home in Italy for one euro (about $1)? The towns of Zungoli and Mussomeli make the process easier with their websites: www.comunezungoli.it and www.case1euro.it
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