When she was 24, Emanuela Marinelli was walking near the Vatican in Rome when she caught a glimpse of a "beautiful face of Christ" printed on a souvenir in the window of a shop run by nuns.
Troops have been deployed to India's ethnically diverse northeastern states of Assam and Tripura, amid violent protests against the passing of a controversial and far-reaching law that offers a path to Indian citizenship for non-Mulism minorities.
The chaotic, hours-long police standoff that ended with four people dead, including a police officer, in Jersey City on Tuesday began at a cemetery, authorities say.
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Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) made a plea to his Republican colleagues to "wake up" and warned of "trading the values of Madison for the values of Moscow."
In June, Ben Lecomte set out on a boat from Hawaii to spend 80 days swimming through the world's largest collection of marine litter.
WSAV TV reporter Alex Bozarjian was reporting live from a race in Savannah, Georgia, when a runner hit her on her backside.
Ex-National Hockey League player Akim Aliu got a public apology from his former team for "wrongdoing" by an equipment manager who was photographed in blackface.
The House Judiciary Committee, on a sprint to approve articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as Thursday, is a perfect metaphor for America's estranged political moment.
Surveillance footage caught the moment a small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on a street in Phoenix.
Security footage captures the moment when a salt truck plunges into Chicago's Lake Michigan. The two men inside the truck managed to escape without incident. CNN affiliate WLS' Karen Jordan reports.
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India's parliament has passed a bill that would give Indian citizenship to immigrants from three neighboring countries -- but not if they are Muslim.
Attorneys for one of Harvey Weinstein's alleged victims on Wednesday rejected a tentative deal between the disgraced movie producer, his bankrupt company and dozens of his accusers.
The Justice Department's internal watchdog sharpened his criticism of the FBI on Wednesday, telling lawmakers he was alarmed that "so many basic and fundamental errors" occurred in the early months of the FBI's probe into potential Trump-Russia collusion.