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Avlon: Civil War rhetoric starting to get normalized

Avlon: Civil War rhetoric starting to get normalized

CNN's John Avlon breaks down the rise of rhetoric in media and from elected officials surrounding the idea of a second Civil War.
New Zealand wants Facebook to answer for attack video

New Zealand wants Facebook to answer for attack video

Horrific video of the mosque massacre in Christchurch was viewed live fewer than 200 times on Facebook but that was enough to unleash it across the internet.
Late-night takes on Trump's weekend tweet storm

Late-night takes on Trump's weekend tweet storm

Late-night hosts poke fun at President Donald Trump's weekend Twitter marathon.
ISIS fighters linked to January attack on Americans detained

ISIS fighters linked to January attack on Americans detained

US-backed forces in Syria have captured a handful of ISIS fighters linked to the January suicide attack in Manbij, Syria, that killed four Americans, according to a US defense official.
Her son died. Then anti-vaxers attacked her

Her son died. Then anti-vaxers attacked her

Not long ago, a 4-year-old boy died of the flu. His mother, under doctor's orders, watched his two little brothers like a hawk, terrified they might get sick and die, too.
Anti-vaxers attack mothers whose children have died

Anti-vaxers attack mothers whose children have died

Two-year-old Jude McGee died of the flu. But anti-vaxers told his mom she murdered him and made up a story about the flu to cover up her crime. She isn't the only mother under attack by anti-vaxers.
Meet Silicon Valley's 'China whisperer'

Meet Silicon Valley's 'China whisperer'

For years, venture capital powerhouse Andreessen Horowitz stood by a steadfast rule: to become a general partner at the firm, you had to be a founder or CEO of a major tech company.
Trump set to meet outspoken Brazilian president

Trump set to meet outspoken Brazilian president

When talk emerged last autumn of a "Trump of the Tropics" running for president in Brazil, the actual US President Donald Trump took keen interest. Now, the man who adopted Trump's combative persona
Photographer reveals intimate Bush family photos

Photographer reveals intimate Bush family photos

It was the year 2000 and George W. Bush had just won the presidency after a divisive recount.
DOJ lawyers head to court to block suit against Trump over DC hotel

DOJ lawyers head to court to block suit against Trump over DC hotel

Government lawyers are due in federal appeals court Tuesday to argue their case for why the District of Columbia and Maryland shouldn't be allowed to sue President Donald Trump over his ongoing
India's richest man put his brother out of business. Now he's bailing him out

India's richest man put his brother out of business. Now he's bailing him out

India's richest man just helped his cash-strapped younger brother avoid months in prison by paying off debts worth tens of millions of dollars.
Jamie Dimon: Trump's strategy on tariffs might have worked

Jamie Dimon: Trump's strategy on tariffs might have worked

Jamie Dimon is no fan of tariffs. But the CEO of JPMorgan Chase concedes that President Donald Trump's love of tariffs just might be paying off.
Analysis: Scandal represents the most visible college inequity

Analysis: Scandal represents the most visible college inequity

With its toxic blend of arrogance and entitlement, the college admission cheating scandal has touched a deep nerve across the country. But it represents only the most visible inequity in a higher
Analysis: Trump keeps publicly shaming companies. Does it work?

Analysis: Trump keeps publicly shaming companies. Does it work?

Presidents don't usually call out local union reps by name. They don't usually complain publicly about American CEOs.
6 things to know before the bell

6 things to know before the bell

Here's what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.
What we know about the charity that served as a piggy bank for the scheme

What we know about the charity that served as a piggy bank for the scheme

For parents allegedly taking part in Rick Singer's college admissions cheating scheme, payments for his services usually came in the form of donations to the nonprofit arm of his "private life
One-third of uninsured can't afford to take drugs as prescribed, government report says

One-third of uninsured can't afford to take drugs as prescribed, government report says

One-third of uninsured Americans did not take their medicine as prescribed to try to lower their costs, a new government report found.
Shooter wanted notoriety. But it's New Zealand's leader who has gained recognition

Shooter wanted notoriety. But it's New Zealand's leader who has gained recognition

The man who opened fire on two New Zealand mosques last week may have succeeded in killing 50 people, but the country's leader has promised to deny him the one thing he truly wanted: Notoriety.
Why you can't eat just one cookie

Why you can't eat just one cookie

Have you ever found yourself staring at an empty bag of cookies you just devoured? Don't beat yourself up. Your brain is wired to eat that cookie -- and the next 10. It's as automatic a response as