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September 17, 2021

The target of the deadly drone strike in August was likely not a threat associated with ISIS-K, a military official says. Ten civilians were killed.
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'It was a mistake': US military general on Kabul drone strike
A United States military investigation into a deadly Kabul drone strike in August has found that it killed 10 civilians and the driver and the vehicle targeted was likely not a threat associated with ISIS-K. ... click to read more

They wanted a new life in America. Instead they were killed by the US military
To the United States military, he was an ISIS-K facilitator they feared was involved in a plot to attack Kabul's international airport. ... click to read more

GOP rep. blasts effort to resettle Afghan refugees in his state
A House Republican on Friday publicly pushed back against the Biden administration's plan to resettle Afghan nationals in his home state of Montana and suggested that the refugees are not properly vetted, despite repeated assurances from the Biden administration that they are. ... click to read more

Biden signs executive order adding measles to list of quarantinable diseases after outbreak among US-bound Afghan refugees
President Joe Biden on Friday signed an executive order adding measles to the list of quarantinable diseases roughly one week after several Afghan refugees who had recently arrived in the US tested positive for the disease, which led to a pause in flights of US-bound refugees. ... click to read more

More than $1 billion in aid pledged for Afghanistan as country faces 'most perilous hour'
More than $1 billion in aid has been pledged for Afghanistan to help ease one of the world's "worst humanitarian crises," as millions of people in the country could soon run out of food and the economy is on the verge of collapse, the United Nations said on Monday. ... click to read more

FDA vaccine advisers vote to recommend booster doses in people 65 and older and those at high risk
• Moderna's vaccine is the most effective, but Pfizer and J&J also protect well, CDC-led study says ... click to read more

France recalls its ambassadors to the US and Australia over new national security partnership
• Why France is angry about the US and UK giving Australia nuclear-powered submarines ... click to read more

Pence preps for potential 2024 presidential run
• Georgia criminal probe into Trump's attempts to overturn 2020 election quietly moves forward • Analysis: Is this all John Durham has? ... click to read more

Here's everything we know about tomorrow's right-wing rally in DC
• New documents reveal Capitol Police officers' concern about others in the force after Jan. 6 ... click to read more

Three months after his wife and son were killed, Alex Murdaugh has 'fallen from grace,' his lawyer says
• These are the deaths and investigations connected to the Murdaugh family ... click to read more

Police urge Gabby Petito's fiancé to come forward with any information
• A timeline of missing 22-year-old's case ... click to read more

Keilar rolls the tape on GOP support of January 6 insurrectionists
CNN's Brianna Keilar goes over recent Republican support of the insurrectionists who stormed the US Capitol on January 6. ... click to read more

Judge denies admission of evidence allegedly connecting Kyle Rittenhouse to Proud Boys
A judge in Wisconsin sided with defense attorneys Friday and denied motions filed by prosecutors seeking to admit evidence at trial showing Kyle Rittenhouse's involvement in a previous fight and his alleged association with the Proud Boys. ... click to read more

'Shocking': Rosa Flores shares aerial footage from US border
More than 9,500 migrants who have arrived at the US border in the past 48 hours are living under a bridge, and thousands more migrants are expected in the coming days. CNN's Rosa Flores reports. ... click to read more

Michael Sussmann, lawyer charged in Durham probe, pleads not guilty
Michael Sussmann, a 57-year-old cybersecurity lawyer who had worked for the Democrats and Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, pleaded not guilty in federal court on Friday in his first appearance following his indictment on charges of lying to the FBI in a 2016 meeting where he shared informat... click to read more

Roger Stone served lawsuit live on radio
Roger Stone, longtime associate of former President Donald Trump, was served a lawsuit involving January 6 during a live radio appearance on "Tomorrow's News Today." ... click to read more

The 'world's safest city' for 2021 revealed
Safety has long been a paramount concern for travelers when it comes to deciding which destination to visit. ... click to read more

'I have one concern': Dr. Gupta addresses 5th grade boy's vaccine hesitancy
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta took on one of the hardest interviews, taking questions from children. He met with elementary students in Atlanta to answer their questions about Covid-19 and how to stay safe. They spoke outside in masks in compliance with school policy. ... click to read more

Uncontrollable vomiting due to marijuana use on rise, study finds
An unusual illness is on the rise in the United States, especially in states that have legalized marijuana. Habitual users of cannabis, including teenagers, are showing up in emergency rooms complaining of severe intestinal distress. ... click to read more

Surveillance footage shows car crash right into moving train
A man is in jail after driving head on into a moving train in England. ... click to read more

Prince Philip's will to be kept secret for 90 years
The will of Prince Philip, the late husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, will be sealed and remain private for at least 90 years to preserve the monarch's dignity, a judge at London's High Court has ruled. ... click to read more

Kid Cudi writes tribute to Lil Nas X, while criticizing homophobia in hip-hop
Lil Nas X and his sexuality have somehow become a hot topic of discussion among rappers and hip-hop fans alike. And now, rapper Kid Cudi is standing up for rap's wunderkind. ... click to read more

Anderson on why he didn't want to be associated with Vanderbilt legacy
Anderson Cooper explains his early hesitation with his Vanderbilt family roots. Watch Anderson Cooper Full Circle on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6pm E.T. ... click to read more

Snow Tha Product proves doubters wrong
Snow Tha Product is the socially-conscious raptress the world needs right now. ... click to read more

Priyanka Chopra Jonas on 'The Activist': 'The show got it wrong'
Another judge from "The Activist" has spoken up regarding backlash against the show. ... click to read more

Are You Paying Too Much For Your Mortgage?
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Officials wrap the world's largest tree in protective foil to guard it against California wildfires
The world's largest tree has been wrapped in foil to protect it against flames from a fire raging in California's scenic Sequoia National Park. ... click to read more

UN report: The planet is on a 'catastrophic' global warming path
The planet is careening toward warming of 2.7 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels -- far above what scientists say the world should be targeting -- according to a report on global emissions targets by the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. ... click to read more

Please join us for #CalltoEarth Day on November 10
Humans are causing alarming changes to the planet. Collectively, we are destroying ecosystems, polluting the ocean and altering our climate. Change needs to happen at every level of society, but as individuals we can play a role in making things better. ... click to read more

The climate crisis is taking these farmers' most valuable resource
A historic 20-year megadrought, fueled by the climate crisis, is reducing the supply of water for some Arizona farmers. ... click to read more

Opinion: Extreme weather keeps knocking out America's power. Here's what we must do
The image of a collapsed electrical tower and power lines that Hurricane Ida tossed into the Mississippi River illustrated a fundamental challenge facing the nation: Our power systems weren't built to withstand extreme weather events. Without major investments to reinforce, modernize and clean our ... click to read more

How to eat sushi: Tips for ordering and eating like a Tokyo local
In theory, sushi is a simple thing to be enjoyed in almost any way you like. ... click to read more

Famed Singaporean eatery Hawker Chan loses its Michelin star
A Singaporean hawker stall known for offering the world's least expensive Michelin-starred meal has just lost its designation. ... click to read more

Big Tech failed with contact tracing. Can it do better with vaccine passport apps?
As some US cities start requiring proof of vaccination to enter restaurants, events and workplaces, smartphone makers such as Apple, Samsung and Google are rolling out ways to make it easy for users to show their Covid-19 vaccine status with just a tap. ... click to read more

A Parisian landmark is cloaked from view
After three months of construction work at Paris' famed Arc de Triomphe, the 160-foot-tall war monument has been completely concealed. The landmark, built during Napoleon's reign, has been outfitted in 270,000 square feet of silver-blue polypropylene fabric bound with red ropes. ... click to read more

Japanese school students sent a message in a bottle. 37 years later, it washed up in Hawaii
A glass bottle containing a message from 1984 has washed up in Hawaii and been discovered by a 9-year-old girl -- 37 years after high school students in Japan dropped it into the ocean as part of an experiment. ... click to read more

'Go get that mouse!': CNN interview gets purr-fect interruption
CNN's Bianca Nobilo received a surprise visit from a feline friend while interviewing Speaker of the UK House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle. ... click to read more

Lizzo wants to star in 'Bodyguard' remake with Chris Evans
Lizzo apparently has not abandoned her quest to get close to Chris Evans. ... click to read more

This mobile app is helping Afghans navigate Kabul following the Taliban takeover
As the Taliban entered Kabul last month, the team behind the crowdsourced news alert app Ehtesab deserted their office in the city. But they continued their work of providing Afghans with critical information, such as which roads were congested and where outbreaks of violence had been reported. ... click to read more

Investigation finds World Bank leaders pushed staffers to boost rankings for China and Saudi Arabia in high-profile reports
The World Bank says it will stop publishing its annual Doing Business economic report after an independent investigation found bank leaders placed "undue pressure" on staffers to alter data to inflate the rankings for China and Saudi Arabia in 2018 and 2020 editions of the report. ... click to read more

Trump abandoned this giant trade deal. Now, China wants in
China has applied to join a major Asia-Pacific trade partnership that the United States ditched several years ago, as the world's second largest economy tries to bolster its relationships in the region. ... click to read more

It's premature to declare economic victory from the Covid crash
In March 2020, the US economy faced the specter of a financial crisis and a full-blown depression as Covid-19 crippled American society. ... click to read more

This $35 security cam is a cheap and easy way to keep tabs on your home
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We tried the viral Peter Thomas Roth eye cream to see if it lives up to the hype
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We tried Bee's Wrap reusable food wraps and this is what we thought
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We simmered, braised and baked for weeks to find the best dutch ovens
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iPhone 13 preorders are live — here's everything you need to know
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The best sales to shop this weekend: Cricut, Roomba, 23andMe and more
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Apple's new iPad and completely redesigned iPad Mini have arrived
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Pumpkin spice season is here: 24 items you'll want to buy ASAP
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25 must-have sunglasses to rock this fall, according to style experts
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8 Amazon products 'RHOSLC' star Lisa Barlow can't live without
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15 incredible resorts for your next family vacation
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Score up to 90,000 bonus miles for a limited time with these Delta credit card offers
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What vaccine advocates need to understand about religious exemptions
When President Joe Biden announced a raft of new vaccine requirements last week -- for federal employees as well as businesses with over 100 employees -- he drew the administration into a debate that had already been roiling corporations that had instituted their own mandates. What is industry -- a... click to read more

Milley's action raises troubling question
In the last few months of Donald Trump's presidency, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley made two phone calls to reassure his Chinese counterpart that the US was stable and not considering a military strike against China, according to a new book by reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa. ... click to read more

The real issue with Nicki Minaj
Many people were shocked this week when the singer Nicki Minaj shared on social media that she had declined an invitation to the prestigious Met Gala, and indicated that she would not meet the ball's requirement that all guests be vaccinated against Covid-19. ... click to read more

General Milley did his job
Senator Marco Rubio called him "treasonous." Senator Rand Paul called for his immediate court-martial. Not to be left out of the discussion, former President Donald Trump called the man he appointed as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, "a dumb-ass" who was "weak and ineffecti... click to read more

Biden primes pump for Trump return
Let's be clear: For most people Joe Biden was not elected last November to get us out of Afghanistan. His election was not a blank check to oversee a dramatic expansion of the federal government. His victory wasn't even wholly about halting the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, although surely that ... click to read more

AOC's 'tax the rich' dress made a point
No one should be surprised that a Met Gala with a theme centering on America itself resulted in one of the more contradictory, controversial red carpets the event has ever seen. ... click to read more

The Axe Files: Ken Burns discusses what Muhammad Ali taught America
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Meet the father of the 2003 California recall
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Record-breaking temperatures are putting our bodies at risk
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Recalculate Your House Payment in Minutes
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$669 -- Sail the California Coast aboard Princess
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These are the Best Credit Cards of 2021
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New Lebanon PM seeks 'quick fixes' to help his country out of economic crisis
New Prime Minister Najib Mikati urged Lebanon's people to put their trust in his government as he seeks "quick fixes" to help his economically shattered country. ... click to read more

What are nuclear-powered submarines and how do they work?
With Australia making a deal with the United States and United Kingdom to begin a nuclear-powered submarine program, we can expect the Aussie subs will look a lot like the latest versions in the US and British arsenals. ... click to read more






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