Police: Man killed by officer pointed vaping device
El Cajon, California (CNN) For a second consecutive night, protesters gathered Wednesday in El Cajon, California, holding signs and demanding accountability following an officer-involved shooting of an unarmed black man. Alfred Okwera Olango, 38 ...
El Cajon police say black man was holding vape smoking device in hand when officers fatally shot him
US police shooting: Alfred Olango 'pointed e-cigarette'
Man Fatally Shot by California Cop Had Vape Smoking Device: Police
Donald Trump's weight problem: He can't stop talking about 'fat' people
Donald Trump has a serious weight problem: He can't seem to stop criticizing the girth of others. For decades, Trump has commented on other people's bodies, particularly women who he believes had gained too much weight or were, in his word, “fat.
Trump's America: No fat chicks
Trump on former Miss Universe: 'I saved her job'
Gary Johnson, who couldn't remember Aleppo, can't name a foreign leader he admires
Authorities: Teenager killed father before wounding 2 students, 1 teacher in S.C. school shooting
A Townville Elementary student looks out of the window of a school bus as she and her classmates are transported to Oakdale Baptist Church, following a shooting at Townville Elementary in Townville Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2016. A teenager killed his ...
Carolina Boy, 14, Held After Father Is Killed and 3 Are Shot at School
3 shot at Townville Elementary linked to nearby slaying
Gunman Fired Into SC School, but Heroes Stopped Him and Saved Lives
Congress thwarts Obama on bill allowing 9/11 lawsuits against Saudi Arabia
Congress voted to decisively overturn President Obama's veto of a controversial 9/11 victims bill Wednesday, the first override of his presidency and a sharp setback for longtime U.S. ally Saudi Arabia. The bill clears the way for families of the ...
Congress disses Obama one last time
Exclusive: Obama says Congress made a 'political vote' overriding his veto of Saudi lawsuit bill
Obama: Congress made mistake with veto of Saudi 9/11 lawsuits bill
Obama faces tough questions from military and veterans
FORT LEE, Va. — Military personnel and veterans challenged President Obama, often aggressively, on his refusal to use the phrase “Islamic terrorism,” his decision to open combat jobs up to women and the performance of the Department of Veterans ...
Transcript: CNN Presidential Town Hall: America's Military and The Commander and Chief
Obama Hopeful National Anthem Protests Spark a Conversation
Gold Star Mom To Obama: Why Don't You Use The Term 'Islamic Terrorist'? Obama Says Issue 'Sort of Manufactured'
Turnbull Steps Up Attack on Renewables After Australian Blackout
Australia's Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull stepped up his government's attack on renewable energy by seizing on a storm-driven blackout in the mainland state that's most reliant on wind and solar generation. South Australia, which draws 41 percent of ...
South Australia battles second day of storms after blackout
South Australia's blackout explained (and no, renewables aren't to blame)
SA storms: Rushing to renewable energy targets puts sector's reputation at risk
Typhoon Megi: Search for missing after China landslides
At least 32 people are missing in China's eastern Zhejiang province after heavy rains triggered two landslides. In Sucun village in Suichang county, several homes were swept away, leaving 26 people missing, reported state media. A video shared by the ...
Rescuers Pull 15 Out Alive From China Landslide, 32 Missing
Typhoon Megi Triggers Landslides in China
Taiwan stocks rise after 2-day typhoon break; c.bank rate meeting awaited
Gary Johnson blunders again: 'I guess I'm having an Aleppo moment'
Gary Johnson drew a blank again on Wednesday. In another excruciating exchange on MSNBC, the Libertarian nominee was unable to name a single foreign leader he respects, failing to recall the name of former Mexican President Vicente Fox just as he ...
Gary Johnson Has 'Aleppo Moment,' Struggles to Name a Single Foreign Leader
Endorsement: Gary Johnson for president
Gary Johnson Says He's Having an “Aleppo Moment” When He Can't Name Favorite World Leader
Darkness and fear in Aleppo as the bombs rain down
BEIRUT — The bombings at night are the worst. There is no electricity in the rebel-held portion of eastern Aleppo, and the warplanes flying overhead target any light piercing the blackness beneath. So families huddle together in the dark, gathered in ...
Aleppo "slaughterhouse": 96 kids killed in 5 days, hospitals flattened, Syrian activists say
Warplanes knock out Aleppo hospitals as Russian-backed assault intensifies
Aleppo Airstrikes Continue as City's Hospitals Reach Breaking Point