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Take a look at 33 photos of the week from July 12 through July 18.
One of the world's most unequal parliaments could be about to get a lot more female, or ... maybe not.
This Navy warship went down in World War II with 49 crew members aboard. Divers finally found it after 75 years
The USS Eagle PE-56 was supporting Navy training exercises off the coast of Maine when an explosion tore it in half in April 1945.
A cashier at an Illinois convenience store is out of a job after a video showing him questioning customers' citizenship went viral.
Boeing will take a roughly $5 billion hit this quarter because of the 737 Max crisis.
The rain dripped from the peak of his cap as another vicious squall hit Royal Portrush.
While President Trump's supporters were chanting "send her back!" during his rally in North Carolina Wednesday night, others were running to their dictionaries to try to get a handle on what they were witnessing.
A federal jury has sentenced Brendt Christensen to life in prison for the kidnapping and death of a Chinese student from the University of Illinois two years ago, a prosecutor said Thursday.
President says the drone came within 1,000 yards of the USS Boxer and ignored 'multiple calls to stand down'
President Donald Trump says a US ship "destroyed" an Iranian drone on Thursday.
FaceApp is fun, it's free, but the existential dread you feel when you stare into the eyes of your elderly self might not be the creepiest thing about the app. CNN's Jon Sarlin looks into why apps like FaceApp could be more than they seem.
Archaeologists digging at a site where the 1815 Battle of Waterloo was fought have turned up human remains and musket balls, they say, which may help paint a clearer picture of what went down in what was to be the French military leader's final stand.
As a hospice and palliative medicine physician, my job is to help reduce suffering. At the end of life, that job becomes especially intense when time is short, when machines and data seem to be taking over, and so many intense emotions surround a body that is trying to die.
Puerto Ricans have been calling for the resignation of Gov. Ricardo Rosselló after nearly 900 pages of leaked chats from the governor's private Telegram Messenger group were published over the weekend. The embattled governor is rejecting calls to step down, stating, "I will continue my work and my responsibility to the people of Puerto Rico."
The US government is honoring an 83-year-old Muslim cleric who hid 262 Christians in his home and mosque during an attack in central Nigeria.
When the police call saying there's been an arrest at your business, it's usually cause for concern.