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- Why some expats say it's better over the border
While politicians in Washington debate building a wall between the United States and Mexico, Americans who've moved south of the border have a different perspective on the country they've come to call home.
- They have no regrets about moving to Mexico
Some Americans who don't like President Donald Trump are moving to Mexico to get away from the political climate. CNN's Leyla Santiago reports.
- Is Mexico as dangerous as Trump says?
President Donald Trump rankled Mexico again, this time calling it the second deadliest country in the world.
- Trump: Mexico border wall may be a solar wall
President Trump said designs for his proposed US-Mexico border wall are already in the works, telling an Iowa crowd the wall may be a solar panel energy saving wall.
- 5 steps to retire debt-free
- Cops: Mom left kids in car as punishment. They died.
A Texas mother whose two children died of heat exposure after she left them in a car was arrested Friday, local authorities said.
- Ivanka Trump must answer questions in shoe lawsuit, judge rules
- 18 large wildfires burning out West
A series of wildfires is blazing across the Southwest as the chance of rain remains low amid a deadly heatwave.
- 'Most hated man in America' goes on trial
- Israel strikes Syrian military near Golan Heights
Israel launched strikes on Syrian military positions Saturday, close to the two countries' disputed border in the Golan Heights, according to the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
- Shop can't remove Confederate flag
An ice cream shop owner in Orangeburg, South Carolina, a majority black town, is unable to remove a Confederate flag that flies over his business, but is located on land he doesn't own. CNN's Victor Blackwell reports.
- BYU to give amnesty to sexual assault witnesses
Brigham Young University is changing school policy so that students who report being victims or witnesses to sexual assault will not be punished for related honor code violations, such as drinking or using drugs.
- Tornado hits Air Force 'doomsday' planes
Ten US Air Force planes, including two E-4B "doomsday" aircraft, were damaged when a tornado hit near Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska last week, the service told CNN on Friday.
- Dad arrested in 5-year-old's disappearance
The father of a 5-year-old boy whose disappearance prompted a monthslong search across Southern California has been arrested on suspicion of murder, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.
- Google will no longer read your emails
A major change is coming to Gmail. Google will no longer scan the contents of your emails to serve up personalized ads.
- Opinion: Why the billions in health care subsidies need to stay
It's not every day that hospitals and insurers see eye to eye, but there is one thing we agree on -- the government must continue to help lower the cost of health care that millions of lower-income Americans receive.
- Vets exposed to gas denied benefits
A congressional report says that World War II veterans who were exposed to mustard gas experiments have been denied benefits. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
- Trump: Obama knew Russia was meddling and did nothing
A former Obama official said the previous administration "sort of choked" in its effort to punish Russian President Vladimir Putin over his attempts to influence the US presidential election in Donald Trump's favor, The Washington Post reported Friday.
- Trump questions Obama over Russian meddling
President Donald Trump questions whether former President Barack Obama did enough to stop possible Russian meddling in the 2016 US election.
- Trump empowers the military and raises eyebrows
In his first six months in office, President Donald Trump has overseen a steady transfer of power from the White House to the Pentagon, handing off several warfighting authorities that previously rested in his hands -- and those of past presidents of both parties -- to the Pentagon and the commanders overseeing the US' military campaigns.
- Retirement watch for Justice Kennedy hits fever pitch
Justice Anthony Kennedy, the man who so often determines the outcome of the most controversial Supreme Court cases, is himself the center of brewing speculation.
- 93-year-old mom: 'I love my lesbian daughters'
Every year on the last Sunday in June, Frances Goldin can be found on the northwest corner of 18th Street and 5th Avenue in New York.
- Photos show moment Russian jet flew 5 feet from US Air Force plane
US European Command released dramatic photos that show the moment a Russian Su-27 fighter jet flew within five feet of a US Air Force RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft over the Baltic Sea -- an encounter US officials assessed to be "unsafe."
- How to travel like a sloth
- Getting married is expensive. So is being a wedding guest.
- California adds 4 states to its own travel ban
California has issued a ban on state-funded and state-sponsored travel to four more states that it says have laws discriminating against LGBTQ people.
- MLB pitcher dealing with mental illness
- Colbert's big announcement in Russia
During a visit to a Russian talk show, "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert announced that he will be running for president in 2020.
- Protester shot at point blank range
A 22-year-old protester died after being shot three times in the chest by a national guard at point blank range in Caracas, Venezuela.
- 5 guys, 1 pose, 35 years
Five friends from Santa Barbara High School have been snapping the same photo in the same pose on the same cabin bench every five years for the past 35 years.
- What they looked like back then
Five friends have been snapping the same photo in the same pose on the same cabin bench every five years for the past 35 years.
- From the archives: The story that made them Internet stars
When five teenagers sat down and posed for a picture at Copco Lake in 1982, they didn't plan on making it a tradition. But that's what it became.
- Bourdain: I learned a new meaning for 'wine'
- How to party like a rock star in this city
- Trinidad's magic and mayhem
- An interview with Calypso Rose
- This is how Calypso began
- Yes, this splash-dancing gorilla is worth watching
There seems to be a lot more going on behind the scenes at the Dallas Zoo -- including some splashy dance moves by Zola the gorilla.
- Ugly dogs compete for which looks the ruffest
There are countless varieties of frightful floofs out there, and in a legendary battle to find the most unsightly oddball of all, one will rise above the rest to be crowned World's Ugliest Dog.
- Once-conjoined twins' new life apart
Nicole McDonald eases her silver minivan across Bear Mountain Bridge and hooks a right onto the steep two-lane highway.
- Road rage incident caught on camera
A road rage wreck caught on camera shows an altercation with a motorcycle and a car that resulted in a SUV flipping on the highway.
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- Must-have gadgets for business travelers
- Coolest hotel bars when you're on the road
- Which Visa, MasterCard, Amex is right for you?
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- Priyanka Chopra: This is how you fight rape stigma
- For 40 members of Congress, from both parties, unity is real
- Wrecking Ramadan: What happened to the month of peace?
- Behind Trump's 'poor person' comment
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What's Going On Worlds Above UsHubble Uses Gravitational Lens to Capture Disk Galaxy
By combining the power of a "natural lens" in space with the capability of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers made a surprising discovery—the first example of a compact yet massive, fast-spinning, disk-shaped galaxy that stopped making stars only a few billion years after the big bang.