Congress strikes deal would slap Russia with new sanctions
The House and Senate have struck a deal that could send a new bill to President Donald Trump's desk before the end of the month that would slap Russia with new sanctions and give Congress new veto power over easing sanctions against Moscow.
Watergate, Whitewater and Trump's drip, drip, drip
Clandestine meetings. Special counsels. Congressional probes. Sound familiar? The constellation of headline-driving drama in today's news recalls the machinations that engulfed Presidents Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton for years of their respective tenures. Those episodes offer insight to understanding the still fresh events unfolding around the Trump administration.
Lowest major round ever at British Open
Ursula Burns to women in tech: Own your power
Starbucks customer takes on armed robber
A Starbucks customer in California tried to stop an armed robbery with a metal chair. The suspect was found bleeding nearby and was arrested.
Scaramucci once called Trump a 'hack politician'
Anthony Scaramucci once called then presidential candidate Donald Trump a "hack politician" who is "anti-American." Now he is the Trump administration's communications director.
For Fonsi, 'Despacito' is more than a summer hit
"Despacito" is breaking records as one of the summer's hottest songs, but for the singer-songwriter behind the track, it's also a love letter to his home island of Puerto Rico.
Linkin Park cancels tour after singer's death
Linkin Park has canceled its upcoming tour just days after the death of the band's frontman, Chester Bennington.
Spicer on SNL: A lot of it was over the line
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer discusses Melissa McCarthy's imitation of him on "Saturday Night Live."
Meet the man they call the Mooch
Anthony Scaramucci accepted President Trump's offer to be the new White House communications director. The position is a first for Scaramucci, who has never held a formal political communications role. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
World Aquatics Championships: Tom Daley wins gold in 10m platform
Britain's Tom Daley wins gold in the individual 10m platform final at the World Championships.
The Open 2017: Branden Grace shoots a 62 to set a new major record
South Africa's Branden Grace holes eight birdies in a bogey-free third round at The Open to become the first man to score 62 in a major.
Can Sir Mo Farah's sack race record be broken?
Hold onto your sack - Stephen Wildish is going to try to break the world record.
Tour de France 2017: Chris Froome set to clinch fourth yellow jersey
Britain's Chris Froome effectively seals his fourth Tour de France win after finishing third on the penultimate stage of the race in Marseille.
John Heard: Home Alone actor dies aged 71
John Heard, who played the father in the Home Alone films, has died aged 71.
Syria army announces halt in fighting in parts of Eastern Ghouta
A cessation of hostilities is declared in parts of Eastern Ghouta after a Russia-led initiative.
Michael Jackson's pet Bubbles sells artwork
A gallery is selling works by Bubbles and other primates to raise money for Florida's Centre for Great Apes.
Donald Trump attacks 'illegal' report on Sessions Russian meeting
It follows reports Mr Trump's attorney general discussed the election campaign with a Russian envoy.
Pyjamas worn by Elvis sell for $10,000
The Lord Shannon nightwear was worn by Elvis during a stay at the Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis.
Comic-Con: Which fans are 'crazier' Star Wars or Game of Thrones?
That was the question Gwendoline Christie, who appears in both franchises, was asked at Comic-Con.
Paid parental leave may be the idea that transcends politics
In its 2018 budget, the Trump administration included a national paid leave plan for parents after the birth or adoption of a child.