Westminster attack timeline: How rampage unfolded
Vehicles as weapons: London attack part of disturbing trend
The attack in London that spurred renewed fears of terrorism started when an ordinary car turned into a devastating weapon.
London police investigating associates of lone attacker
British police have been working through the night to investigate the deadliest terror attack carried out in central London in 12 years, in which four people died and scores were injured.
American tourist among London attack victims
A veteran policeman and a teacher were among those killed in the terror attack that struck at the heart of the British capital Wednesday.
Deadly attack outside UK Parliament
Police have launched a "full counter-terrorism investigation" after an attacker rammed a car into crowds of people and stabbed a police officer on Parliament grounds.
Putin critic killed in Ukraine
Is cancer just a matter of random bad luck?
For the first time, researchers have estimated what percentage of cancer mutations are due to environmental and lifestyle factors, hereditary factors and random chance. Overall, 66% of the genetic mutations that develop into cancer are caused by simple random errors occurring when cells replace themselves, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
Nigerian Instagram comedian lands million dollar deal
Henry Obiefule has been making others laugh with his internet skits, but now he'll be laughing all the way to the bank after signing a million dollar deal.
Russia probe needs a special prosecutor right now
Congress is botching the investigation into Russia's meddling in US election and whether Trump and associates involved, says Page Pate. A competent and credible investigator needs to cut through the partisan jockeying.
What prompted the US and UK electronics bans?
The US and British electronics bans announced Tuesday on flights from certain airports in the Middle East and Africa seem to have come out of the blue, with no specific event prompting the sudden change.
A city shocked and then enraged by attack
Opinion: The challenge of preventing low-tech terror
It's a depressingly familiar tale. A vehicle slams into a group of pedestrians in a Western city and the terrorist driving the car then uses a knife to inflict further damage and is soon shot by police.
Trump, US lawmakers react to UK attack
US officials are offering assistance to British authorities after an attack Wednesday on the Houses of Parliament in London that police there are treating as terrorism.
Moment gunshots go off in London attack
Video shows the moment gunfire rings out near UK Parliament.
Tourists stranded on London Eye during terrorism incident
Tourists riding the London Eye were stranded on the iconic attraction Wednesday when the area was locked down after a terrorism incident near the UK Parliament.
The moment the UK Parliament stopped
The British Parliament stopped after gunshots were fired outside.
UFC champ McGregor fined for role in pre-fight altercation
US: Failed N. Korean missile exploded 'within seconds'
Airstrike on Syria school near Raqqa kills dozens, reports say
Dozens of people were killed when an airstrike hit a school near ISIS' de facto capital of Raqqa that was sheltering refugees who had fled fighting in Palmyra, activist groups and state-run media said Wednesday.
What you need to know about electronics ban
Flying direct to the U.S. from major airports in the Middle East and North Africa just got a lot more complicated.
For Trump, the stakes are enormous
This week's vote on the health care plan will be a key moment in the political history of the Trump presidency. A huge amount of political capital, for everyone involved, rests on the outcome of the vote in the House. The final decision will also have massive policy implications for the President and both parties on Capitol Hill.
Puzzling out TSA's laptop travel ban
On Monday, the TSA announced a peculiar new security measure to take effect within 96 hours. Passengers flying into the US on foreign airlines from eight Muslim countries would be prohibited from carrying aboard any electronics larger than a smartphone. They would have to be checked and put into the cargo hold. And now the UK is following suit.
Starbucks to add 240,000 jobs worldwide by 2021
Starbucks plans to hire 240,000 more people globally by the year 2021. That includes 68,000 jobs in the United States.
Cuts coming at Guardian US after Kushner row
Don't just do it? Nike tanks on poor sales
Cue the Crying Jordan meme. Nike shares fell 6% in early trading Wednesday after the athletic apparel giant reported sales for its most recent quarter that missed Wall Street's forecasts.
Robots go to school in place of sick kids
Leslie Morissette's son, Graham, was 6 years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia.
CNN Hero connects ill children with tech
In memory of her son, Leslie Morissette and her nonprofit help connect sick children to their regular lives through free technology, including robots.
What is a Philbot?
With the help of a robot from CNN Hero Leslie Morissette's nonprofit, one fourth grader stays connected to his school and friends while battling leukemia.
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