Here are some of today’s biggest headlines.
The Trump administration is frenetically throwing up road blocks in a belated grasp for a strategy to slow a Democratic impeachment machine the President is now branding a “coup.”
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan are suing a UK tabloid over a private letter it published, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex alleging it was published illegally and edited selectively to hide “lies” the paper had told about the Duchess.
You could not have asked for a more striking contrast between Hong Kong and Beijing.
(CNN) – The Bronx Zoo says the woman who trespassed inside its lion enclosure on Saturday put herself in serious danger. “This action was a serious violation and unlawful trespass that could have resulted in serious injury or death,” a zoo spokesperson said of the woman who climbed over a visitor safety barrier at the African lion exhibit.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile Wednesday from an underwater launch platform, a United States official told CNN, a day after Pyongyang and Washington agreed to resume nuclear talks.
Tottenham fans probably thought they had seen the last of Serge Gnabry after the German left rivals Arsenal in 2016 but he was back with a vengeance in north London Tuesday to help Bayern Munich thrash Spurs 7-2 in the Champions League.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg recently admitted to employees that the prospect of an Elizabeth Warren presidency could ‘suck’ for the company, according to leaked audio published by The Verge.
A enormous iceberg bigger than Los Angeles or Greater London has separated from the Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica, the largest to do so in more than half a century.
Mars is full of subtle sounds and thanks to NASA’s InSight mission, we’re finally able to hear them.
Specifically, the president is convinced that the Democratic National Committee and his enemies in the U.S. government – the people he sometimes calls the “deep state” – framed Russia as the nation that hacked the DNC in 2016.
President Donald Trump called the effort by House Democrats to open an impeachment inquiry a “coup” on Tuesday night, his latest effort to distance himself from the growing storm over his July call with the leader of Ukraine.
A controversial new law allowing some Florida teachers to carry firearms in classrooms went into effect Tuesday. The law, an expansion of the state’s Guardian Program, was passed in response to the 2018 shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida, that left 17 people dead.
Kylie Jenner and boyfriend Travis Scott are reportedly taking time apart after two years of dating. Sources connected to both the Kylie Cosmetics beauty mogul and the rapper have said the pair decided to take a break after a rough patch, both TMZ and E! News reported.
A new statue has been installed in St. Peter’s Square for the first time in 400 years ― and it’s a testament to Pope Francis’ enduring concern for the plight of refugees and migrants. Francis dedicated the 20-foot tall bronze sculpture at the Vatican on Sunday to commemorate the Roman Catholic Church’s 105th World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
The Justice Department has released details of a case that sounds like it could be the plot of one of the creepy techno-dystopian Law and Order: Special Victims Unit episodes. A former Yahoo employee, Reyes Daniel Ruiz, has pleaded guilty to using his employee access to hack into the emails of “friends” and colleagues, in order to find intimate photos and videos.
What would you do if you didn’t exist? In the trailer for Netflix and Michael Bay’s 6 Underground, half a dozen individuals thought to be dead become international vigilantes, free to “take out some truly evil people” who won’t ever track them down because they don’t exist.
Seat heating systems in cars these days usually sound better on paper than they are in real life. They consume a ton of energy and typically aren’t that pleasant after the first minute or so. But Tesla has a solution.
Elizabeth Warren clapped back at Mark Zuckerberg after he vowed to “go to the mat” and “fight” if she won the presidency and tried to break up Facebook. His comments came from leaked audio from a pair of meetings with employees that took place in July, obtained and transcribed by The Verge.
It must be a refreshing change for Hillary Clinton to hear a different version of a chant she’s far too familiar with. Instead of “lock her up,” the audience on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert gave their chant a small edit. “Lock him up,” they said.
If you want to understand what’s going on in Washington D.C. right now, you could read any one of the impeachment explainers going around, or watch snarky wrap-ups by your favorite late-night hosts.