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Police investigating associates of lone attacker

Trump's son criticizes London mayor after attack

President's Trump's son is criticizing the mayor of London in the immediate aftermath of an attack in the city that killed three and wounded at least 20 on the grounds of the UK Parliament.

US officials: Info suggests Trump associates may have coordinated with Russians

The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN.

House intel chairman: Trump's personal communications possibly collected

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's personal communications may have been picked up by investigators through "incidental collection."

Chinese officials warned US B-1 bomber

Chinese officials warned a US military aircraft flying near South Korea Sunday, telling its pilots that they were illegally operating in Chinese airspace and ordering the American plane to leave, a US defense official told CNN.

Ferry emerges from the water 3 years after sinking that killed 300

Three years after a nation watched in horror as a passenger ferry sank off South Korea, the first glimpse of the Sewol appeared above water as recovery crews lifted it from the seabed.

Laptop ban may force business travelers to skip Mideast airports

US helicopters in daring assault against ISIS in Syria

Fighters in Syria have begun a major ground offensive, backed up by US forces, to retake a vital dam near Raqqa, Syria, from ISIS, a US official told CNN Wednesday.

Japan's PM embroiled in scandal

An educator accused of using his political clout to curry favor with Japanese politicians, including the first family, is set to address parliament Thursday.

Trump making personal calls as Republicans work on health care deal

President Donald Trump is personally calling individual members of the influential conservative House Freedom Caucus Wednesday evening as House leaders work on a possible deal to secure the votes to pass the GOP health care bill.

Alaska Airlines killing off Virgin America

Wall Street losing faith in Trump agenda

Pharmacist convicted in fungal meningitis outbreak

Jurors in the trial of pharmacist Barry Cadden delivered a mixed verdict Wednesday in connection with a deadly 2012 nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak.

Rare cancer tied to breast implants

Nine deaths have been reported to the US Food and Drug Administration, stemming from a rare cancer that is associated with breast implants.

The 'Baywatch' trailer is everything you imagined

"It's up to us to restore the Baywatch brand."

China through the eyes of Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol's personal photographs from his trip to Beijing and Hong Kong in 1982 are arguably the most famous holiday snaps of all time.

Why the Japanese pay $27,000 for a melon

It looks like a jewelry shop with its high-end exterior.

Three people killed, plus attacker, in incident near UK Parliament; at least 20 injured

Eyewitnesses: 'There were bodies on the bridge -- it was horrendous'

Watch and hear firsthand accounts of the Parliament attack in London.

Gallery: Dramatic pictures of the attack

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.

British politicians tweet through their lockdown

British lawmakers were locked down inside Parliament on Wednesday as a frightening scene unfolded outside.

Ongoing terror investigation after London attack

CNN's Nic Robertson reports from London.

Opinion: A barbarian cannot change Britain

The terror attack that left three victims and an assailant dead near the Houses of Parliament in London showed the worst and the best of British life. It was a reminder of the threat we've lived under for a very long time. But it also was a demonstration of a professional police service swinging ...

Opinion: London shows 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.

Politician rushes to victim's aid

May: 'Terrorist attack' was 'no accident'

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement following attacks in London.

How the attack unfolded

Three people died and and at least 20 were injured when an attacker rammed a car into crowds of people before stabbing a police officer in the grounds of the UK Parliament in London.

House Intel chairman: Trump's personal comms collected?

House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes said Wednesday that President Donald Trump's personal communications may have been picked up by investigators through "incidental collection."

GOP's mad scramble for health care votes

President Donald Trump warned his fellow Republicans of big losses at the ballot box if they fail to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Ex-Trump aide rejects help for Putin report

President Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort pushed back Wednesday on a report that he allegedly earned millions of dollars by helping Russian President Vladimir Putin's government push its interests around the world.

Girl steals Pope's hat

It's 3-year-old Estella Westrick's first afternoon in Rome and she's already causing a stir.

India gives rivers human status

A decades-long fight against river pollution in India has been given a much needed boost.

South Korea: NK missile launch fails

North Korea attempted a new missile launch Wednesday, according to South Korean officials.

Japan PM embroiled in land-sale scandal

An educator accused of using his political clout to curry favor with Japanese politicians, including the first family, is set to address parliament Thursday.

Woman who emerged from Peru mudslide recounts survival

The world now knows Evangelina Chamorro as the woman in the viral video of a Peruvian mudslide, the young mother who dramatically emerged from a river of muck and debris like a ghostly apparition less than a week ago.

Why a Stradivarius costs millions

Samuel Staples, a fresh-faced 20-year-old from London's Guildhall School of Music & Drama, appears nonchalant.

Meet the woman behind 'facelift' of FIFA's boys club

As FIFA's secretary general, Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura is one of the most powerful figures in world football.

Why flu vaccines fail

In 2009, two flu vaccines manufactured by the same company did not equally protect against the circulating H1N1 flu virus. A study published Wednesday in the journal Science Translational Medicine examines the question: Why did one vaccine offer 35% less protection against the flu?

Could we trick the brain to stop tinnitus?

New research reveals some of the mechanisms underlying tinnitus' development and provides avenues for possible treatment, scientists say.

Grieving father: 'I don't play Trump songs anymore'

Last year, Kraig Moss sold the equipment for his construction business in upstate New York and stopped making mortgage payments so he could follow Donald Trump on the campaign trail.

World's most insane bungees

We highlight some of the world's most impressive jumping sites.

Autistic kids more likely to have fatal injuries

Preventable injuries often lead to death among people with autism, a new study says. They are three times more likely than the general population to die because of injuries, according to the study, published Tuesday in the American Journal of Public Health.

Is organic food really better?

Is organic agriculture the solution to our global food system challenges? That's been the premise and promise of the organic movement since its origins in the 1920s: farming that's healthy, ecological, and socially just.

Julian Zelizer: A historic vote on the end of Obamacare

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 ...

Charles Arthur: Will Uber crisis shake Silicon Valley confidence?

The British comedians David Mitchell and Robert Webb captured perfectly the moment when realization dawns.

Vital step: US-backed fighters battle ISIS for dam in Syria

US-supported fighters in Syria have begun a major ground offensive, backed up by US forces, to retake a vital dam near Raqqa, Syria, a US official told CNN Wednesday.

'Hugely disruptive:' Emirates boss questions US-UK laptop ban

Live updates: Health care bill in peril, Gorsuch confirmation hearing

There are two major stories in politics today: GOP's health care bill and Neil Gorsuch. We're covering both live below.

As the caliphate crumbles, ISIS evolves

ISIS is on the back foot.