The Colts quarterback, 29, was on the sideline during an exhibition when the news of his shock retirement came out
Colts fans boo Luck after his shock retirement
Trump claims an 'absolute right' to order US companies out of China
President Donald Trump claimed he has the "absolute right" to "order" US companies to stop doing business with China that would involve using his broad executive authority in a new and unprecedented way under a 1977 law.
Opinion: Call him King Trump
There are countries that have endured unhinged leaders before. I'm thinking of Britain during the reign of King George III, whose years of delusion were depicted in the 1994 film "The Madness of King George." Our current civic stress test in the United States is coming courtesy of a President whose narcissistic impulses seem to be getting worse. Two recent days crystallized those concerns.
US State Department warns Iran after 'threats' against US citizen
The US is warning Iran it's taking Tehran's threats seriously and will hold it accountable if it compromises the safety of any American.
Analysis: Six polls and more than 6,000 interviews show Trump's approval dropping
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Opinion: Under Trump, the deficit has ballooned, exploding a GOP myth
The Congressional Budget Office has predicted the federal deficit could reach $1 trillion by the 2020 fiscal year. Once again, President Trump has exposed a myth in American politics. That myth? That Republicans are the party of fiscal responsibility.
SE Cupp: If it feels like the world is on fire ... it is
As President Donald Trump lands in France for the G7, CNN's SE Cupp looks at the fires Trump started in the US with his recent political plays.
Former CEO makes wild claims during CNN interview
Two former top FBI officials deny former Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne's claim that the FBI directed him in the summer before the 2016 election to pursue a "romantic relationship with Maria Butina," the Russian woman who was accused of seeking to win influence in powerful Republican circles at the behest of her country's government. CNN's Sara Murray reports.
Their neighborhood was flooded to save Houston
Two days after Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas in August 2017, as historic rainfall submerged parts of Houston, the Army Corps of Engineers released water from two reservoirs into a river running through one of the country's richest zip codes.
High school sweethearts die after wedding
As a young Texas couple were leaving the courthouse for their wedding ceremony, their car collided with a pickup truck, killing both of them, according to CNN affiliate KFDM.
United Airlines suspends service between Chicago and Hong Kong
United Airlines is suspending daily service from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Hong Kong starting next month, the company confirmed to CNN Saturday.
Singer died with $1M in uncashed checks
An estate inventory found $1 million in uncashed checks among Aretha Franklin's possessions.
The Cherokee Nation wants a representative in Congress, taking the US government up on a promise it made nearly 200 years ago
The Cherokee Nation announced Thursday that it intends to appoint a delegate to the US House of Representatives, asserting for the first time a right promised to the tribe in a nearly 200-year-old treaty with the federal government.
Trump dines with Macron amid tensions
President Trump's first stop during the G7 summit in France was lunch with his host, French President Emmanuel Macron.
Why Elizabeth Warren overrode her adviser on this issue
2020 presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) tells CNN's David Axelrod why the selfie line is an important part of her campaign events.
Rocker Eddie Money says he has cancer
Eddie Money announced Saturday he has stage 4 esophageal cancer in a preview clip of his reality show "Real Money."
Jonas Brothers concert cut short
Fugitive billionaire's skyscraper sold for $734M
With its exaggerated crown and bulging upper levels, the 39-floor Pangu Plaza casts an unusual shadow over Beijing.
Apple said not to do this with Apple Card. We did
Apple is warning customers that some fabrics, such as leather and denim, could cause permanent discoloration to the Apple Card. So CNN Business tested it out.
US men's basketball team loses its first game in nearly 13 years
For more than a decade, the United States maintained its dominance in international men's basketball. All of that changed Saturday, when Team USA lost its first game since 2006 to Australia.
Kit Harington confirmed for role in Marvel's 'The Eternals'
Kit Harington has been confirmed for a role in Marvel's "The Eternals," bringing the "Game of Thrones" star into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Google commemorates the 80th anniversary of 'The Wizard of Oz' with a head-spinning surprise
NYT: Woman uncovers shocking fertility secret
According to a New York Times report, some fertility doctors have used their own sperm to inseminate unwitting patients.
When is a dime worth $1.32 million?
A Utah businessman paid $1.32 million for a dime last week at a Chicago coin auction.
Drivers stunned by danger on LA highway
A couple in California spotted a driver who appears to be asleep behind the wheel of his Tesla on a busy freeway.
Black hole gobbles up neutron star, causing ripples in space and time
In the same decade when gravitational waves and a neutron star merger have been observed, astronomers have now observed what they believe to be the first detection of a black hole swallowing a neutron star.
When Neptune got its stunning close-up: The Voyager 2 flyby, 30 years later
Thirty years ago, NASA's Voyager 2 mission flew by Neptune, capturing the first close-up images of the blue gas giant. Before this, the eighth planet in our solar system was only known as a fuzzy dot in the distance.
Spacecraft with humanoid robot fails to dock
A spacecraft carrying Russia's humanoid robot failed to dock with the International Space Station on Saturday morning, Russian state news agencies reported.
NASA discovers potentially habitable planet
A "super-Earth" 31 light-years away could have the right conditions to support liquid water and possibly sustain life.
Why Pluto is no longer a planet (or is it?)
Pluto was long considered our solar system's ninth planet. Although small, it orbits the sun and has the spherical shape required to be considered a planet.
As Trump ponders buying Greenland, Americans are eyeing their next vacation spot
Greenland might be the new travel hot spot, thanks to President Trump.
Here's what it could cost to buy Greenland (if it were for sale, that is)
Greenland insists it's not for sale, despite President Donald Trump musing about buying it. But just how much could the world's largest island be worth to America?
Greenland has long been a bargaining chip between the US and Denmark
President Donald Trump made his name in real estate on the world's glitziest island with the help of tax breaks and loopholes. As President, it seems Trump wants to take his real estate experience to a new level.
Disney reveals Emma Stone's new look as a punk rock Cruella de Vil
Disney teased fans on Saturday with a sneak peek at Cruella de Vil's new punk rock look -- which left fans a little confused.
Golfer: My shot was 'really the only thing I was worried about'
In Florida, golfers play by a different set of rules. And one of the rules may or may not include ignoring giant, scary alligators.
Farmer is dumping 12,000 gallons of milk a day. Here's why
CNN's Rene Marsh investigates Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, and their effects across the US. The CDC says PFAS are found in the bloodstreams of nearly all Americans, and they have been linked to many ailments including liver cancer, thyroid problems and birth defects.
Erika Zak, mom who inspired millions in her fight to get a liver, dies at 39
Erika Zak, the mother who inspired millions through her resilience to fight for a liver transplant, died early Friday during surgery, her husband, Scott Powers, told CNN. She was 39.
Is a recession coming? Here's how to tell
Warning bells are going off about a possible recession in America, perhaps in time for the 2020 election. The key to whether the US economy keeps growing or stalls rests largely on consumers, and whether or not they keep spending.
What China's new tariffs mean for you
It's hard to keep up with the tit-for-tat trade war between the United States and China.
Apple warns not to keep its credit card by leather. Or denim. Or loose change.
Apple's new titanium credit card comes with a potential headache that will be familiar to iPhone users everywhere: It can get scuffed up a little too easily in the real world.
We are facing a global emergency in the Amazon
Called "the lungs of the Earth", the Amazon rainforest and its lush trees make roughly 20% of the oxygen on Earth. Yet, right now, the skies of Sao Paolo, Brazil are black and the smoke can be seen from space
Trump wants to welcome Russia back into G7. John McCain must be rolling in his grave
When Russia forcibly annexed Crimea in the spring of 2014, sending heavily armed masked men onto the peninsula that indisputably belonged to Ukraine, it triggered a collective gasp of disbelief across Europe. After all, it was the first time since the break-up of the Soviet Union that Russian troops occupied the sovereign territory of one of its former states.
ASL interpreter's viral moment misses the point
This week, a video of American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter Amber Galloway Gallego working alongside rapper Twista, described by The Root as "the fastest rapping MC in the world," went viral.
Trump should stop waffling on gun control laws
One hallmark of Donald Trump's presidency has been his penchant for contradicting himself. One example of his inconsistency has been his back and forth on gun control. The President's apparent U-turns have left the nation spinning in the aftermath of successive horrific mass shootings.
Trump's chilling plan punishes children
When all else fails, lock up children. That's the message from the Trump administration, which on Wednesday announced a regulation allowing it to indefinitely detain migrant families who arrive at our southern border. The new rule would replace a court agreement known as the Flores settlement, which sets minimum standards for migrant children in government custody, and limits their detention to 20 days.
Why 'Seinfeld' is superior to 'Friends'
Early on in the fourth season of "Seinfeld," Jerry Seinfeld and his friend George Costanza fly to Los Angeles to pitch a sitcom to NBC. George's idea? A show about nothing. The idea is swiftly met with confusion. No plot? Nothing happens?
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Hong Kong protesters form human chain across city
Protesters formed a human chain across Hong Kong Friday evening in a show of solidarity for the city's pro-democracy protest movement that continues to gain traction almost three months after it began.
The Amazon is on fire. Here's why you should care
The record wildfires raging in the Amazon region could permanently change the ecosystem there, accelerating climate change across the planet.
Putin orders response to US missile test
Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered his military to prepare a "symmetrical response" to a recent US test of a cruise missile, the Kremlin said in a statement Friday.
France opens Epstein rape investigation
The Paris prosecutor's office has opened an investigation into Jeffrey Epstein, it confirmed on Friday.
Romance scam 'targeted women worldwide'
The Japanese woman and a man claiming to be a US Army captain stationed in Syria started communicating in March 2016 on an international social network.
She thought there was water in her ear. Turns out it was a venomous spider
Susie Torres went to the doctor with what she thought was water sloshing around in her left ear. But water doesn't have eight legs, pincers and a venomous bite.
An 8-year-old girl was shot dead in St. Louis near a high school event
An 8-year-old girl was killed and three other people were injured in a shooting near a preseason high school football event Friday night in St. Louis, and investigators are looking for whoever fired the shots, police said.
2 women plead guilty in plot to commit terror attack in US
Two New York women who plotted to build a bomb for a terrorist attack in the United States face 20 years in prison after pleading guilty to federal charges, authorities say.
Americans lost $143 million in online romance scams last year. That's way more than any other reported fraud
Online romance scammers are busy stealing money and hearts across the United States.
Meet the model whose skin tone made her a social media star
She calls herself the 'Melaniin Goddess,' but years before Khoudia Diop came to celebrate her strikingly dark skin, the 19-year-old model struggled with bullying over her complexion.
Naomi Campbell sets her sights on Lagos
Decades after making her name on the most watched runways of Paris and Milan, supermodel Naomi Campbell has decamped for new ground: Lagos, Nigeria.
Laetitia Ky's strong hair and its powerful message
Growing up, Laetitia Ky never gave her hair much thought, although she learned how to braid at the age of five by watching her mother and took to it easily. "I really didn't care about my hair at all as a teen," she said over Skype with a laugh.
How the 1% are preparing for the apocalypse
Say "doomsday bunker" and most people would imagine a concrete room filled with cots and canned goods.
The world's tallest unoccupied building
In 1987, ground was broken on a grand new hotel in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang. The pyramid-shaped, supertall skyscraper was to exceed 1,000 feet in height, and was designed to house at least 3,000 rooms, as well as five revolving restaurants with panoramic views.
Norway's $40 billion 'floating tunnel'
With majestic glaciers, fjords and mountains, Norway is famous for its dramatic natural landscape.
Jared Harris can tell a crazy-good story
A little over an hour worth with actor Jared Harris will take you into some dark corners of conversation.
Everyone may lose in the Spider-man battle
Peter Parker has long history as loveable loser throughout his adventures as Spider-Man, the comic book superhero who pioneered the notion that the good guy might win the day against the supervillain, but still come up short paying the rent or inadvertently standing up a date.
Missy Elliott's new music
Missy Elliott took a page from Beyoncé's book overnight by dropping a surprise five-track album called "Iconology."
The suprising story of the 'American Beauty' poster
Remember that iconic poster for the Oscar-winning 1999 movie "American Beauty?"
'Bombshell' teaser will make your jaw drop
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