Here are today’s biggest headlines.
The execution and aftermath of the raids that took down Osama bin Laden and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi were as different as the presidents overseeing them. But in one area they converged: Barack Obama and Donald Trump both wanted to watch.
The US Air Force’s X-37B space plane landed Sunday back on Earth after spending 780 days in orbit, the longest mission in the mysterious military test program’s history.
A two-year-old boy trapped 26 meters (88 feet) down a well since last Friday, sparking a major rescue attempt that captivated India, has died.
Africa has long been regarded as the cradle of humankind, but scientists seeking a more specific location have narrowed in on northern Botswana as the “homeland” for all modern humans, according to a new study.
After a kiss with Howard Stern on her talk show earlier this month, Ellen DeGeneres was asked by her latest guest, Jennifer Aniston, what it was all about.
Hong Kong (CNN) – China is cracking down on bad subway etiquette. State-run newspaper China Daily reports that eating, drinking, standing on seats, playing music on speakers, lying down and other “uncivilized behaviors” will be banned on all of the country’s subways from April 1, 2020.
Robert Evans, whose charisma rivaled some of the actors who appeared in the hit films he produced, died Saturday, according to his publicist Monique Evans.
Emergency services in England are fighting to rescue a man who has become stuck at the top of a 290-foot industrial chimney.
The top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council was so concerned about President Donald Trump’s demands that the country investigate former Vice President Joe Biden that he repeatedly reported his objections to a superior, The New York Times reported Monday evening. Army Lt. Col.
Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night highlighted the vastly different ways in which President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama announced the deaths of terrorist leaders to the nation. The host of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” noted how Obama spent less than 10 minutes giving a televised address in 2011 to disclose the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden at the hands of U.S.
” The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah had the audience hooting Monday night as he walked them through President Donald Trump’s unorthodox speech announcing the defeat of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. In a news conference Sunday, the president announced the death of the leader of the self-described Islamic State, the result of a successful U.S.
President Donald Trump on Monday released a declassified photo of a member of the U.S. military team responsible for the raid that led to the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the so-called Islamic State. As it turns out, the hero is a four-legged fur ball.
On Monday, Apple revealed the new AirPods Pro, which cost $249, come with five hours of battery life, and are both water-resistant and noise-cancelling. They also look like the Pokémon Bellsprout. Mere hours after their release, the newest AirPods have already been memed to hell, mostly for their distinctive shape and silicone tips.
A new trailer for The Mandalorian has dropped, giving us another glimpse at the first live-action series set in the Star Wars universe. Set five years after the Empire’s fall in Return of the Jedi, it seems not everybody is weathering the change well.
Just in case you weren’t sure whether U.S. politics as become a massive international joke, on Monday’s episode of Late Night with Seth Meyers the host took the opportunity to skewer Rudy Giuliani’s butt-dial to a reporter. This is what we’ve come to, folks.
After Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took on Mark Zuckerberg, a progressive group ran a blatantly false ad to test the limits of Facebook’s new policies. Now, after that ad was removed, a person behind the group is running for governor of California to make a point: Facebook is letting politicians, including Donald Trump, spread lies.
Alec Baldwin returned with his Donald Trump impression on the latest Saturday Night Live, and the theme of the day was, what else? Impeachment.