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Superbugs and anti-vaxxers make WHO's list of 10 global health threats

Superbugs and anti-vaxxers make WHO's list of 10 global health threats

From climate change to superbugs, the World Health Organization has laid out 10 big threats to our global health in 2019.
World's oldest man dies

World's oldest man dies

A 113-year-old Japanese man, Masazo Nonaka, recognized in April 2018 by Guinness World Records as the world's oldest male, died on Sunday, according to Japanese public service broadcaster NHK.
BuzzFeed journalist: 'Our reporting is going to be borne out'

BuzzFeed journalist: 'Our reporting is going to be borne out'

BuzzFeed says its sources are "standing behind" the bombshell report about the special counsel investigation.
Pence defends Trump offer: This is not amnesty

Pence defends Trump offer: This is not amnesty

Vice President Mike Pence defends President Trump's shutdown offer amid criticism from hardline Republicans that the offer is not tough enough on DACA recipients in a Fox News interview.
Airline passengers were stuck on a runway in frigid cold for more than 14 hours

Airline passengers were stuck on a runway in frigid cold for more than 14 hours

Passengers aboard a United Airlines flight from Newark, New Jersey, to Hong Kong were left stuck on a runway for more than 14 hours in frigid weather with a dwindling supply of food.
Federal prisons feel effects of the shutdown

Federal prisons feel effects of the shutdown

Conditions behind the walls of the nation's federal prisons are degrading under the government shutdown, where some correctional officers are being forced to work extended shifts, inmate programs are
A toddler walks toward police with her hands up as her dad gets arrested

A toddler walks toward police with her hands up as her dad gets arrested

In a video that went viral on social media, a barefoot toddler gets out of a vehicle and walks toward police officers with her hands up. It looks as though she's standing in the street without anyone
Opinion: Here's what I saw at the Women's March

Opinion: Here's what I saw at the Women's March

The 2019 Women's March in Washington DC felt like a party with a purpose. I took the train down from New York for the day to live-draw the events, the third such march I have drawn in the last three
Bernstein: Trump has lied at every turn about Russia

Bernstein: Trump has lied at every turn about Russia

Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discusses the truthfulness of President Donald Trump with CNN's Brian Stelter.
They no longer wanted to live on Confederate Avenue. So they did something about it.

They no longer wanted to live on Confederate Avenue. So they did something about it.

Tiffany Friesen is still getting used to her new address. Out of habit, she sometimes says she lives on Confederate Avenue, where she and her husband Atiba Mbiwan have been for years.
Gabbard says that she does not regret 2017 meeting with Bashar al-Assad

Gabbard says that she does not regret 2017 meeting with Bashar al-Assad

Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard on Sunday stood by her decision to meet with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in 2017, saying that American leaders must meet with foreign leaders "if we are serious
Opinion: Nancy Pelosi should negotiate with Ann Coulter

Opinion: Nancy Pelosi should negotiate with Ann Coulter

Donald Trump made a public offer on Saturday to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Congressional Democrats in an effort to end the longest government shutdown. He proposed to extend protection for DACA
Cartoonion: A new spin on the 'Art of the deal'

Cartoonion: A new spin on the 'Art of the deal'

In this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake Tapper imagines how President Trump's former attorney and personal fixer-upper goes about fixing dilemmas in his life.