One dead after car runs into bus stops in Marseille
One person has died after a car ran into two bus shelters in the southern French city of Marseille, the city's police force told CNN.
Unity and defiance at memorial mass for Barcelona victims
It's 8 a.m. on Sunday, and as tired partygoers spill out of Barcelona's nightclubs, a line is forming at Antoni Gaudi's spectacular Sagrada Familia cathedral -- the jewel in Barcelona's crown.
2017 World Judo Championships: A guide to 'the gentle way'
Ahead of this year's showpiece event, learn about the rules of Judo, its history, its guiding principles and some of the stars to watch in Budapest.
How Trump can win in Afghanistan
Sorry, Mr President, but the US can't get out of Afghanistan, writes David Andelman. Not now, maybe never. The only real question is how deep do we stay and for how long?
The day the sun disappears is here
Scientists, science geeks and photographers have all been counting down to today. The total solar eclipse is finally here.
Missing journalist Kim Wall 'died in an accident,' submarine owner says
Swedish journalist Kim Wall, missing since August 11 after boarding a privately built submarine, died in an accident and was buried at sea, the vessel's owner Peter Madsen told a court hearing in Denmark.
Maria Sharapova granted US Open wild card
Maria Sharapova is set to make her first grand slam appearance since serving a 15-month doping ban.
Garbiñe Muguruza: 'I have to work to get success, and not expect to have it'
Two years ago, Serena Williams told her she'd be holding the Wimbledon trophy "very soon." Unfortunately for the greatest sister act in sport, she was right.
Garbine Muguruza overpowers Venus Williams to win first Wimbledon title
Spain's Garbine Muguruza defeated five-time winner Wimbledon winner Venus Williams to clinch her first Wimbledon championship.
Roger Federer: 'Grand Slam No. 20 at US Open would be a joke'
Every time Federer has won both the Australian Open and Wimbledon in a single season, he has also gone on to lift the US Open trophy...
Ilie Nastase handed four-year ban for racist Serena Williams slur
The International Tennis Federation has banned former world No. 1 Illie Nastase for four years and handed him a $10,000 fine for his foul-mouthed outbursts during a Fed Cup tie in April between Great Britain and Romania.
10 US Navy sailors missing after destroyer collides with merchant ship
Ten US Navy sailors are missing after a US Navy guided-missile destroyer collided with an oil tanker east of Singapore early Monday, the fourth accident in Asian waters involving a US warship in 2017.
Jeep rumors; China blasts U.S.; Total's deal
Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
Here are the Confederate memorials that will be removed after Charlottesville
Many local government officials are now weighing whether to keep Confederate memorials in their cities and towns. Read a state-by-state breakdown.
Most moms aren't putting babies to sleep safely, study says
Despite a 23-year campaign urging that babies be put to bed on their backs, only 43.7% of US mothers report that they both intend to use this method and actually do so all the time.
Barcelona attack: Police name driver of van
The man suspected of killing 13 people and injuring 120 others when he plowed his van into crowds of people in Barcelona on Thursday has been identified by Catalan authorities as Younes Abouyaaqoub.
Why do Nigerians love the English Premier League?
Despite having an established Premier League of their own, millions of Nigerians tune into the English Premier League every year.
Many more children will suddenly be diagnosed with high blood pressure
New guidelines published Monday by the American Academy of Pediatrics revise the tables for diagnosing and treating hypertension in children and teens. They are now aligned with adult recommendations.
Coffee shop recalls solar eclipse glasses over safety fears
Safety concerns have prompted a recall of solar eclipse glasses given away at Dutch Bros Coffee stands.
China blasts U.S. 'protectionism' after Trump triggers trade probe
China has expressed "strong dissatisfaction" over the Trump administration's decision to launch an investigation into some of its trade practices.
Jerry Lewis, comedian, dies at 91
Jerry Lewis, the slapstick-loving comedian, innovative filmmaker and generous fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, died Sunday after a brief illness, said his publicist, Candi Cazau. He was 91.
Trump to ask Americans to trust him on Afghanistan
Donald Trump will ask Americans Monday to trust him on his new Afghanistan strategy, exercising a president's most somber duty, a decision on waging war, at a time when his own political standing is deeply compromised.
Names of Barcelona victims continue to emerge
Seven-year-old Julian Cadman became the latest victim of the Barcelona terror attacks to be named Sunday as details of the victims began to emerge.
Julian Cadman, 7, confirmed dead after Barcelona attack
Julian Cadman, the 7-year-old Australian-British boy who was reported missing in the aftermath of the Barcelona attack, has been confirmed dead by his family.
Tens of thousands protest jailing of Hong Kong pro-democracy leaders
Tens of thousands of people braved blazing summer heat Sunday to join a march in Hong Kong protesting the jailing of three pro-democracy leaders for their involvement in the 2014 "Umbrella Movement."
Police unsure whether Barcelona suspect crossed French border
Police in Spain say they don't know the whereabouts of the suspected driver in the van attack in Barcelona that killed 13 people.
These are the monuments vandalized after Charlottesville
People took to the streets this week as some cities across the United States removed their Confederate monuments, while others left them in place.
FC Barcelona: Catalan club honors terror attack victims
FC Barcelona's fans come together at the club's Camp Nou stadium to pay tribute to the terror attack victims.
Elon Musk backs call for global ban on killer robots
An open letter signed by the Tesla CEO and 115 other robotics and artificial intelligence experts urges the U.N. to ban the use of lethal autonomous weapons.
Ex-Northwestern professor charged in 'grisly' Chicago stabbing death
Police have formally charged a former Northwestern University professor and an Oxford University employee with first-degree murder in the July stabbing death of a 26-year-old cosmetologist, Chicago police and the US Marshals Service said Sunday.