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    Jon Stewart is Literally Speechless Over Huckabee Comments

    NEW YORK — Jon Stewart is one of TV’s most outspoken media critics, but at one point during Monday’s “Daily Show” the host literally had nothing to say. During the second segment on the “Daily Show,” Stewart reacted to Mike Huckabee’s controversial comments comparing the Iran Deal to the Holocaust by only contorting his face and gesticulating wildly. That’s right, Stewart didn’t say anything more than a few indiscernible noises. Instead the host shook his head, smiled, looked angry, and […]

  • Photographer Lawrence Bryant with CNN affiliate The St. Louis American captured this scene of ongoing protests in Baltimore, Maryland on May 3, 2015.

    Baltimore Riots: Emails Between City Leaders Show Chaos, Confusion

    BALTIMORE, Maryland — Baltimore officials knew that protests could erupt the day of Freddie Gray’s funeral, but were overwhelmed by riots that followed. Those are some of the details found in the 7,000 pages of emails released by the city Monday. The documents were turned over after a public records request by CNN. Violence engulfed Baltimore on April 27, the day of Gray’s funeral. The 25-year-old Baltimore man died in police custody after suffering a severe spinal cord injury while […]

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    Police Raid Chinese Factory that was Churning Out Fake iPhones

    BEIJING  — Police in Beijing have seized an electronics factory that was used to manufacture more than 41,000 fake Apple iPhones over the past seven months. Investigators raided the factory on May 14, arresting nine people, including a couple who owned the factory, according to a statement released by the Beijing Public Security Bureau. Police estimated that the 41,000 counterfeit Apple iPhones made at the factory since January are worth nearly $20 million. Hundreds of workers at the factory, which […]

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    9/11 Panel Co-Chair: Photos Show Challenge of Pivotal Moment

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — Peering at the drawn-out look on former Vice President Dick Cheney’s face and the expressions of other top Bush Administration officials, former 9/11 Commission Vice Chairman Lee Hamilton remembers the feelings of the immediate aftermath of the terrorist attacks which shaped the nation. “They were serious, somber, saddened, and almost immediately beginning to think ‘How do we respond to this?'” said Hamilton, a former Democratic Indiana congressman and leader in the national security and intelligence communities, in […]

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    Coast Guard Vows Aggressive Search for Missing Florida Teens

    Finding the boat that two Florida teens took fishing was a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the 14-year-old boys were not with the boat, and remain missing. But on the other hand, knowing the boat’s location is helping crews to recalculate and refocus their searches, said Capt. Mark Fedor, chief of response for the Coast Guard 7th District. “Our intentions are to continue to search aggressively. As of midnight tonight, we’ll have executed 32 different searches, covering over 27,000 […]

  • The U.S. stock market is having a rough go. Monday is the fifth straight day of losses for stocks. While there hasn't been a massive drop to make headlines, there's been a steady bleed with the Dow shedding about 100 points each day. That adds up, and the Dow is now down 2% for the year, while the S&P 500 is barely staying positive for 2015.

    ‘Extreme Fear’ is Back for the Stock Market

    NEW YORK, New York — Extreme fear is back in the stock market, according to CNNMoney’s Fear & Greed Index. Just how bad is it? The index has a 100 point scale — with 0 indicating nightmare level fear and 100 signaling “buy everything in sight” greed. On Monday, the Fear & Greed Index fell to 7. What’s especially alarming is that the index was reading 36 only a week ago. Investors were somewhat on edge last Monday, but certainly […]

  • China's Shanghai Composite index dropped 8.5% on Monday, July 27, 2015, a bone-rattling decline that raises questions about the government's ability to prevent a crash. Beijing managed to stabilize markets with a dramatic rescue in late June and early July, intervening in a number of ways to limit losses for investors.
But the rout has now resumed: Monday's slump was the biggest daily percentage decline since 2007.

    China Stocks Drop 8.5% in Massive Rout

    Uh oh. Here we go again. China's Shanghai Composite index shed 8.5% on Monday, a bone-rattling decline that raises questions about the government's ability to prevent a crash.

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    Walmart Announces Infant Car Seat Designed to Prevent Hot Car Deaths

    Walmart and Evenflo announced this week a new infant car seat with technology designed to remind drivers of their backseat passengers, and stop children from dying in hot cars. In most new cars, an alert sounds if a driver or passenger is not wearing a seat belt or if headlights are left on. Using a similar idea, a sensor on the infant seat harness triggers a series of tones if a child is still buckled in when the ignition is […]

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    RNC: Knock Off the Name Calling

    WASHINGTON – The Republican National Committee has a message for candidates like Donald Trump: No more name-calling. That’s what the party’s chief strategist and communications director Sean Spicer said on CNN’s “Reliable Sources” on Sunday. “I understand it’s going to be the nature of any primary for folks to discuss the differences between themselves on policy issues, and I think that’s fine,” Spicer said. “The name calling, however, needs to stop.” Spicer added: “We have got to remember what Ronald Reagan […]

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    Chrysler to Pay $105 Million for Mishandling Recalls

    NEW YORK, New York — Federal safety regulators said Sunday that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will pay a record $105 million for mishandling 23 recalls. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Chrysler admitted to violating federal safety law. The agency has been pressing the automaker over its handling of recalls for several years. NHTSA also announced that Chrysler has agreed to “submit to rigorous federal oversight” for three years and to hire an independent monitor. The expected fine stems from […]

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    Trump Takes Aim at Walker in Oskaloosa

    OSKALOOSA, Iowa – Donald Trump has spent much of the early days of his presidential campaign taking on Jeb Bush. But in Iowa on this weekend, the real estate mogul took shots at Scott Walker, who’s long stood atop polls in the Hawkeye State, home to the critical first-in-the-nation caucuses. Trump — who is in second place in Iowa polls behind Walker — slammed the Wisconsin governor’s leadership. “Wisconsin is doing terribly. It’s in turmoil,” Trump said at Oskaloosa High School […]

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    Bobbi Kristina Brown Passes Away at Hospice Facility

    ATLANTA, Georgia — Two days before she was found face-down in the bathtub at her home outside Atlanta in January, it seemed like Bobbi Kristina Brown’s career might have been picking up. “Let’s start this career up&&moving OUT to TO YOU ALLLL quick shall we !?!???!” she said in an enthusiastic tweet. It’s not clear what projects she may have been working on, but they won’t be completed now. Brown, the daughter of late superstar Whitney Houston and singer Bobby […]


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