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Supporters See Through Trump’s Post-Debate Bravado

Donald Trump, all day Tuesday, maintained he won a debate that most pundits, and many polls, said he lost.

‘The essence of Israel’: Shimon Peres dies at 93

Weirdness Is Nothing New at Presidential Debates

Rachel Maddow reviews the history of presidential debates to highlight the peculiar twists and turns that come up with fair regularity.

Serena Williams on Racial Tensions: ‘I Won’t Be Silent’

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Border Patrol Agent Killed in Exchange of Gunfire With Arizona Police

The Maricopa, Arizona, Police Department says a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Border Patrol agent is dead after exchanging gunfire with officers.

Life Gets Even Tougher in Once-Beautiful Aleppo

Conditions are only getting worse due to a punishing offensive from Syrian and Russian forces.

Pepe the Frog designated a hate symbol by ADL

Beloved internet meme Pepe the Frog has gone through various incarnations over the years, reflecting a range of emotions.

Protesters gather after Calif. officer fatally shoots man

Protesters have gathered near the scene of an officer-involved shooting in El Cajon, California. A police officer shot a black man who appeared to threaten

‘The essence of Israel itself’: Shimon Peres dies at 93

Boater Rescued After Week at Sea, Mom Still Missing

A Vermont man who spent week in a life raft before being rescued by passing freighter returns to shore; his mother remains missing and presumed

Typhoon causes 35-foot waves

Typhoon Megi made landfall in Taiwan with massive waves, extreme winds and remarkable rainfall totals.

Lifelong Israeli Statesman Shimon Peres Dies

Nobel Peace Prize-winning visionary and former Israeli President Shimon Peres died after seven-decades of public service.

World Pauses to Remember Peres, ‘the Face of Israel’

World leaders mourned Shimon Peres as a founding father of Israel who cast his shadow upon the entire history of the Israeli state.

Protesters gather after Calif. officer shoots man

Protesters have gathered near the scene of an officer-involved shooting in El Cajon, California. A police officer shot a black man who appeared to threaten

Details emerge in Keith Scott shooting

It's been a week since a Charlotte, North Carolina, police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott.

‘Genius with a big heart’: Shimon Peres dies at 93

Shimon Peres Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of former president of Israel Shimon Peres.

Pivotal moments of a big life

CNN's Oren Liebermann looks back at former Israeli leader Shimon Peres' service and what he means to Israel.

Photos: The life of Israel’s Shimon Peres

Monday’s Presidential Debate Was Most Watched Ever

More than 84 million viewers watched the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, shattering previous records.

Shimon Peres, Former Israeli President, Dies at 93

Peres was an enduring elder statesman of Israel and became a major proponent for finding peace with its Arab neighbors.

Peace warrior: The life of Israel’s Shimon Peres

Trump Tries Reframing Debate Performance

Donald Trump, all day Tuesday, maintained he won a debate that most pundits, and many polls, said he lost.

Who is Shimon Peres?

Shimon Peres has been involved in Israeli politics for over 50 years. He's held every major position in Israel's Cabinet.

Shimon Peres dies at 93

Huge: Monday’s Presidential Debate Was Most Watched Ever

More than 84 million viewers watched the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, shattering previous records.

3-parent baby technique produces a boy

Not everyone is rejoicing following the birth of a seemingly healthy three-parent baby earlier this year, which is detailed in study published in a scientific

‘I’m Not Shy’: Charlotte Girl Recounts Emotional Speech on Race

Fourth-grader Zianna Oliphant's tearful speech to the Charlotte City Council was a stirring display of the black community's frustration.

Donald Trump’s trouble with women — an incomplete list

As Hillary Clinton on Monday night reeled off a litany of insults he had leveled against women through the years, including some nasty nicknames for

Clinton’s handling of Trump could energize women

After 30 years in the spotlight, Hillary Clinton finally found the balance on gender that has bedeviled her throughout her career during the debate at

Katy Perry ‘bares all’ to help get out the vote

Katy Perry and comedy website Funny or Die have come together to convince Americans to go out and vote - and yes, there's definitely nudity

Charlotte Police Headquarters Reopens After Bomb Scare

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department's headquarters were evacuated Tuesday afternoon after a 'suspicious package' was found.

Report: Suspected Bomber Punched, Stabbed Siblings

The sister of suspected bomber Ahmad Rahami claimed in a 2014 police report that he punched her in the face and was going to hit

Expert: Clinton got under Trump’s skin in 12 minutes

CNN's Miguel Marquez watched the first presidential debate with a body language expert who analyzed Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Trump sniffles, Clinton shimmies, internet wins

Trump sniffles, Hillary shimmies and the internet laughs. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Wells Fargo CEO to Forfeit $41 Million Amid Investigation

The Labor Department will launch a probe into whether Wells Fargo may have violated wage and working hour laws.

Trump touts debate performance in Florida rally

Donald Trump told his supporters Tuesday night that he was "holding back" during his first debate against Hillary Clinton because he "didn't want to do

Don’t click on that Brad Pitt obit! He’s alive, and it’s a hack

Attention Facebook users: Brad Pitt isn't dead, and clicking on that post could give a hacker control of your account.

Dem cell phones hacked, too?

The FBI has asked to examine the cellphones of a small number Democratic Party staffers as it investigates a possible hack of cellphones, law enforcement

Obama nominates first Cuba ambassador in over half-century

President Barack Obama on Tuesday tapped the highest-ranking US diplomat in Cuba as the first ambassador to the island in more than 50 years. But
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