Almost 350,000 flee city under siege as ISIS fights to keep control
During the rainy season on the southern Philippines island of Mindanao, storms are foreshadowed by flashes of lightning in the distance, visible above the treetops.
ISIS fighters battle street to street
ISIS gains a foothold in the Philippines after taking over the city of Marawi. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Displaced and desperate: 'I will never go back to Marawi'
Following a shock attack by ISIS-aligned militants which captured the southern Philippines city of Marawi last month, hundreds of thousands of its weary citizens have fled the horror of life under the control of jihadists -- a horror compounded by a relentless campaign of bombing by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP).
Duterte begs forgiveness, pledges to rebuild ISIS-infested city
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte begged forgiveness Tuesday for declaring martial law in Mindanao island and vowed to rebuild Marawi, the battle-scarred city at the heart of nearly four weeks of fighting between Philippines forces and ISIS-affiliated militants.
SpaceX nails two rocket launches in one weekend
Expats like it better in Mexico
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.
Trump says Obama stole 'mean' term for health bill
President Donald Trump accused former President Barack Obama of stealing his terminology when Obama said last week that there was a 'fundamental meanness' at the core of the Republican health care bill.
Schiff got 'queasy feeling' from Lynch
In an interview with Dana Bash, Rep. Adam Schiiff says he was also unsettled by Obama AG telling Comey to call Clinton investigation a "matter."
Turkish police break up pride rallies
Tear gas and rubber pellets marred Pride rallies in Istanbul Sunday as LGBTQ supporters took to the streets in defiance of a parade ban.
Pilot urges prayers as plane starts shaking
An AirAsia X flight to Malaysia from Perth, Australia, was forced to turn back Sunday after the A330 aircraft began shaking due to what the airline called a "technical issue."
Talk show legend: Hypocrisy is killing us
Fuel truck explodes as hundreds tank up
At least 120 people died and 130 were injured when an oil tanker truck exploded in Bahawalpur city in eastern Pakistan, according to officials.
Trump: Hillary Clinton and Democrats colluded against Sanders
President Donald Trump lashed out at Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party in a tweet Sunday morning, saying the former secretary of state "colluded" with the party in the presidential primary to defeat Sen. Bernie Sanders.
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.
Judge: Ivanka Trump must respond in shoe lawsuit
Teen hurt after dropping from Six Flags ride
A 14-year-old girl was injured when she dropped from a ride Saturday night at a Six Flags amusement park in upstate New York, the sheriff's office said.
18 large fires burning in the Southwest
A series of wildfires is blazing across the Southwest as the chance of rain remains low amid a deadly heatwave.
3 fatal police shootings. 0 convictions.
All three cases started with a traffic stop.
'Most hated man in America' goes on trial
Video shows plane spiral into daycare
Surveillance video shows a plane crashing into an unoccupied daycare in Fort Myers, Florida. The pilot survived, but one passenger was killed.
Britain can't seem to catch a break
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 and Pence attend a wedding
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were among the throng of Washington power players attending Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wedding to Scottish actress Louise Linton on Saturday evening.
More than a billion people are celebrating today. Here's why
More than one billion Muslims around the world celebrated Eid al-Fitr on Sunday, as the month-long Ramadan fast ends and the festivities begin.
How to stay healthy after a month-long fast
After 30 days of fasting, nutrition experts tell CNN the best things to eat, and when to eat them, to ensure people celebrate the feast day of Eid al-Fitr in good health.
The White House didn't hold a Ramadan dinner this year, breaking decades of tradition
For the first time in nearly two decades, the White House did not host an iftar dinner to commemorate Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
Opinion: ISIS strikes in the month of peace
The 30 days of abstaining from food, water and sex during the daytime is a month of spiritual reflection for Muslims around the world.
6 injured as car hits crowd celebrating Eid
An incident in which a car hit six pedestrians following an Eid al-Fitr event in Newcastle, England, is not thought to be linked to terrorism, police said Sunday.
Bourdain: I've learned a new meaning for 'wine'
Shark sandwiches are so popular here that it's depleting the shark population
The last place on Earth humans haven't ruined
I'm a bad New Yorker for not visiting here
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.
Jimi Hendrix as you've never seen him
The Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967 cemented rock 'n' roll as an art form to be reckoned with.
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.
Colbert makes big announcement on Russian TV
During a visit to a Russian talk show, "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert announced that he will be running for president in 2020.
Cat yoga: Yes, it's real
Yes you can!
Slumber party with a sloth!
The best gadgets for your next trip
Which Visa, MasterCard, Amex is right for you?
Trump needs India to make America great again
UN is breaking its promise to people of Haiti
On healthcare, GOP loss could be a win
This week a huge vote is expected on Capitol Hill, where the Senate is set to act on its version of the health care plan unveiled last week by Sen. Mitch McConnell. The plan modifies the House bill, but not by much. It is a tough piece of legislation that would severely undercut President Barack Obama's health care regulations and roll back the expansion of Medicaid that provided millions of Americans with insurance.
Why ISIS blew up historic mosque
Muslims consider mosques to be the houses of God, the bayt Allah. They are places of worship, sanctuaries, and where Muslim communities come together. The first mosque, which was a modest structure built in 622 in Medina, was the house of the Prophet Mohammed.
Priyanka Chopra: This is how you fight rape stigma
For 40 in Congress, from both parties, unity is real
Crush your debt by refinancing to a 15 year fixed loan
Physician answers on adult asthma
Debt escape plan: Pay no interest until 2019
Defiant Pelosi says she's not going anywhere
A defiant Nancy Pelosi made it clear she's not going anywhere, brushing off critics from her own party saying "I think I'm worth the trouble."
Gowdy decries leaks out of Coats meeting with House intelligence
Rep. Trey Gowdy on Thursday warned his fellow lawmakers about leaking information from closed briefings.
Rapper gets political: Fake news and Trump's most powerful weapon
As the fate of President Donald Trump's travel ban hangs in the balance, Wyclef Jean is sending an empowering message to immigrants and refugees: America wouldn't be great without you.
Trump's plan for 5-year welfare ban for immigrants is already law
President Donald Trump proposed Wednesday night reforming the welfare system by putting into law a statute that has been the law of the land since 1996.
Call the librarian: Unlikely heroes of US opioid crisis
Teens still have sex, most use contraception
American teens' sex habits and contraceptive use haven't changed much over the past decade, according to a new report from the National Survey of Family Growth, which is administered by the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
What happens if astronauts get sick in space?
'The Beguiled' serves up old-fashioned charms
"The Beguiled" has a throwback feel that goes beyond its debt to the creepy 1971 film starring Clint Eastwood. Writer-director Sofia Coppola has produced a small-scale movie that exalts old-fashioned movie-making qualities, yielding a refreshingly understated alternative to a sea of summer blockbusters.
Two documentaries worth your time this weekend
Does French Montana still watch the Kardashians?
French Montana has a lot to be excited about these days. His single "Unforgettable" with Swae Lee went platinum this week and his mission to provide better health care for the people of Uganda has inspired other celebrities to pitch in.
6 reasons to watch the BET Awards
The biggest stars in sports, film and music will descend on Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday to celebrate the accomplishments of African-American and other minority entertainers.
'Glee' star Charice Pempengco is now Jake Zyrus
Four years after coming out, Charice Pempengco has changed her name to Jake Zyrus.
Our best beach reads for summer
Five guys take same photo for 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.
Where to see the solar eclipse
How Bourdain ate at the end of the world
Fearing a 'ghost town,' young people are leaving
Pride persists in a failing Appalachian town
CNN's W. Kamau Bell travels to Kentucky coal country, where a former mayoral candidate in the "poorest white town in the country" describes why he works to preserve it. Watch "United Shades of America" Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
What life is like for black coal miners
"United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell" visits coal country and finds African-American residents with a unique perspective on life in and outside eastern Kentucky's mines. Watch Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Why stereotypes run deep here
"United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell" visits Eastern Kentucky's coal country, where residents are quite familiar with how some outsiders view the region. Watch Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.