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Situation in remote areas of Nepal disturbingly murky
Rescue and aid workers in Nepal struggle to gain the upper hand against the devastation dealt by Saturday's powerful earthquake. LIVE BLOG | SURVIVORS | VOICES | QUAKE WAS EXPECTED | HOW TO HELP

Drone video shows breadth of devastation
Aerial footage shot by a drone over Kathmandu, Nepal, shows the scale of devastation in that area.

Everest avalanche caught on camera hitting climbers

Loretta Lynch makes history
Loretta Lynch was sworn in as the new U.S. attorney general on Monday, replacing Eric Holder. Lynch, the country's first African-American woman to serve in the role, had her nomination held up more than five months over politicking in the Senate.

'Batman' massacre trial to start
James Holmes will stand trial Monday in the Aurora, Colorado, movie theater shooting where he allegedly killed 12 people and injured 58 more in 2012. The trial could last until autumn.

Tsarnaev's live or die moment
How do you defend the indefensible?

Inside Clinton's Benghazi mail
The day after the Benghazi terror attack, a staffer for Arizona Sen. John McCain emailed Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's office to convey praise for her remarks to State Department employees after the attack.

Obama: No CIA drone control
President Barack Obama and his 2008 campaign rival, Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, are bitter rivals on almost every aspect of U.S. foreign policy. Yet they are allies on one particularly thorny subject -- the use of armed drones.

Huge tornado, softball-size hail
If that was a tornado, it was one monster of one. Luckily, so far it looks like no one was hurt.

Saying goodbye to Freddie Gray
Freddie Gray will be laid to rest Monday before the country even knows what really happened to him.

Obama's top 10 dinner jokes

Zakaria: How ISIS shook world
It's easy to be anxious about the threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. After all, this is a brutal organization that not only kills but seems to revel in doing so in ways designed to shock the world -- from the beheadings of journalists to burning a Jordanian pilot alive. Such moves are part of this murky group's propaganda and its deliberate efforts to manipulate information.

Report: Hackers got Obama mail
CNN's Jonathan Mann discusses the New York Times report stating that Russian hackers broke into the White House email system.

Roseanne Barr's blindness, how to prevent it
The comic shared her struggle with macular degeneration and glaucoma, which can be protected against.

3.69-carat diamond found in Arkansas park
Can a prayer for diamonds actually turn up a gem?

Tragic tale of last man to beat Mayweather
When the so-called "Fight of the Century" finally takes place in Las Vegas on Saturday, there will be great interest in the result in a Soviet-style housing estate thousands of miles away in eastern Europe.

Girl fighting cancer kicked out of school
A young girl who has just finished battling leukemia has been dealt another blow, she was kicked out of her Catholic school. CNN affiliate WWMT reports.

You could be seeing more of Japan's military
The United States and Japan announced big changes Monday to the guidelines that will govern the defense relationship between the two countries going forward.

Does A380 superjumbo have a future?
So what do you get one of the world's biggest aircraft for its 10th birthday?

Clinton Foundation: Yes, we made mistakes
The Clinton Foundation, fighting back against charges of wrongdoing in a forthcoming book, admitted that it had made "mistakes" as the philanthropy grew in recent years, while also maintaining that it did not intentionally do anything wrong.

Extremely rare shark is size of your iPhone
Scientists revealed a tiny shark specimen with some unique physiological features.

Landmarks: Before and after

Panorama of devastation
A magnitude-7.8 earthquake centered less than 50 miles from Kathmandu rocked Nepal with devastating force April 25, authorities said.

Avalanche, destruction on Everest

10 deadliest earthquakes in history
The devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti tops the list of 10 deadliest earthquakes, according to the United States Geological Survey.

Jenner's ex-wife talks about their relationship
Actress Linda Thompson, Bruce Jenner's second wife, says she can "breathe a little easier" knowing her ex-husband has found the strength to publicly declare he is transgender.

With new Joker, many memes launched
Love it or hate it, Jared Leto's interpretation of the Joker is an internet sensation.

Why are these watches worth a million dollars?
Get your paddles ready! Four watches at an upcoming auction in Geneva could break the $1 million mark. Here's why.

Wimbledon bans 'selfie sticks'
The green, green grass of Wimbledon will not be home to selfie sticks, organizers have announced.

America's hottest liquor shot is ...
When drinkers in Clayton's, a beachfront bar in South Padre Island, Texas, belly up for a round of shots, bartender Casey Belue can usually guess what they'll order.

Zayn may still be in One Direction, Hawking says
Physicist Stephen Hawking shares his thoughts on the possibilities after Zayn Malik leaves "One Direction."

This habit could be as harmful as smoking
Sitting can be dangerous to your health. Dr. Sanjay Gupta tell us how moving more could help us live to 100.

Paralyzed teen's surprise brings nurse to tears
After being paralyzed for nearly two weeks, a Texas teenager surprised the nurse who inspired her during rehab. CNN affiliate KTVT reports.

Fitness guru called fat; see her viral response
YouTube fitness star Cassey Ho responded to negative comments about her looks in a video that has gone viral.

The navy uniform that changed everything

Amazing photos taken by the Hubble Space Telescope

The week in 37 photos

The flower men of India

Those 'Big Bang Theory' moms are back

First look: Jared Leto is the Joker
You can call him... Joker.

Summer movies we can't wait to see

How good is 'Avengers: Age of Ultron'?
The powers of Marvel's all-star superheroes go a bit wobbly in "Avengers: Age of Ultron." Faced with the daunting prospect of topping the surprise and excitement of 2012's The Avengers, the third highest-grossing film of all time, writer-director Joss Whedon mixes some brooding down-time in with the abundant spectacle. To be sure, series junkies will get their fix from the sheer massiveness of the exploits, but at least two of the big action scenes are lackluster, while the climax and resolution could have been worked out in more complex, less rote ways, so as to further increase intrigue and anticipation for "Avengers: Infinity War Parts 1 and 2," already scheduled for release in May of 2018 and 2019, respectively. Not that any of this will matter much, since the pent-up excitement among the enormous international fan base is so intense that nothing will keep the summer's presumed biggest franchise blockbuster from soaring to and beyond the one-billion dollar threshold internationally.

'Galaxy Quest' TV series in the works
A TV series based on the 1999 sci-fi film "Galaxy Quest" is in the works at Paramount Television.

Singer seeks help for homeless Capitol worker

Police seek UFC fighter after hit-and-run
One of the biggest stars in mixed martial arts is wanted for questioning after a hit-and-run crash in New Mexico.

2 dead, 5 missing after storm hits regatta
At least six people are missing after a severe storm capsized several sailboats in Mobile Bay, Alabama, Saturday afternoon during a regatta, said Coast Guard Public Information Officer Carlos Vega.

Yellowstone supervolcano more vast than thought

Odd trends inspired by the Kardashian clan
Doing weird stuff to your body in the name of beauty isn't anything new. Humans have been changing the shape of our skulls, inking ourselves up and sticking things through various protuberances since before we figured out how to write.

Deputy eats, ignores 911 call
CNN affiliate WFTX reports that a deputy was fired for going to lunch instead of answering a medical emergency 911 call. The woman who made the call died later.

Will John Roberts anger conservatives?
Chief Justice John Roberts is back in the spotlight.

Mom pens her own heartbreaking obituary
A Massachusetts woman wrote her own moving obituary before she lost her years-long battle with cancer. CNN affiliate WFXT reports.

5 nursing students killed in wreck
Georgia Southern University was in mourning Thursday after five nursing students were killed the day before in a multivehicle wreck near Savannah, according to the school's website.

Actors walk off Adam Sandler set
About a dozen Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie comedy, saying the satirical Western's script is insulting to Native Americans and women, according to a report.

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