- Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi sentenced to four years in prison
A court in Myanmar has sentenced deposed civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi to four years in prison on charges of incitement and breaking Covid-19 rules, in the first verdict against the Nobel Peace Prize winner since the military seized power in February.
- Michigan school shooting suspect and parents isolated in same facility and under suicide watch, sheriff says
- China wants to return to 'zero-Covid.' But cases have been above zero for seven weeks
As the world grapples with the new Omicron coronavirus variant, China is determined as ever to eliminate Covid-19 within its borders -- but it hasn't been able to achieve that ambitious goal for the past seven weeks.
- Biden administration expected to announce diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics
- Author: Xi pressing Biden to make decisions White House doesn't want to
CNN's Phil Mattingly talks to author Gordon Chang about reporting that the Biden administration is expected to announce that no US government officials will attend the 2022 Beijing Olympics, implementing a diplomatic boycott of the games.
- CEO fires 900 employees over Zoom webinar
- Asia-Pacific wants to live with Covid. Omicron is threatening those reopening plans
• The world has the tools to end Covid pandemic. They're not being used properly
- Her dream to teach English in Japan ended with a lesson for the country
- Dole's death prompts nostalgia for a bygone era sullied by Trump's GOP
The bipartisan outpouring of praise following the death on Sunday of Republican Bob Dole, the longtime Senate leader and former presidential nominee, mourned both a man and a more outwardly collegial era as Republicans drive the country toward another debt ceiling deadline crisis and party leadership downplays dangerous radicalism in its ranks.
- Fauci dumbfounded by GOP senator's false accusation
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) falsely accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of "overhyping" the coronavirus pandemic in a Fox News radio interview. Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to the false claim with CNN's Jake Tapper.
- The world has the tools to end Covid pandemic. They're not being used properly
The Covid-19 pandemic will not last forever.
- A dirt dam separates 21.7 million cubic yards of toxic waste from 'America's Amazon'
- CNN fires Chris Cuomo
CNN said Saturday that anchor Chris Cuomo has been "terminated" by the network, "effective immediately."
- The timeline of events leading to Chris Cuomo's firing
CNN's Brian Stelter breaks down the events that led up to CNN's firing of Chris Cuomo.
- US military's hacking unit publicly acknowledges taking offensive action to disrupt ransomware operations
Cyber Command, the US military's hacking unit, has taken offensive action to disrupt cybercriminal groups that have launched ransomware attacks on US companies, a spokesperson for the command confirmed to CNN Sunday.
- At least 14 dead after Indonesian volcano erupts
Mount Semeru, a volcano on Indonesia's East Java Province, erupted on Saturday, spewing a column of smoke and ash while displacing thousands from the area, authorities said.
- Evergrande shares plummet after debt warning
Shares of Evergrande are plummeting in Hong Kong after the debt-laden developer warned it may not have enough funds to meet its financial obligations.
- See ash-filled sky after 'Ring of Fire' volcano erupts
Indonesia's Mount Semeru volcano in East Java Province has erupted. Authorities say thousands have been displaced due to the smoke and ash.
- Top Space Force official: China is developing space capabilities at 'twice the rate' of US
Gen. David Thompson, vice chief of space operations for the US Space Force, said Saturday China is developing its space capabilities at "twice the rate" of the US.
- US intelligence estimates Russian troop levels on Ukraine border could reach 175,000
New US intelligence findings estimate Russia could begin a military offensive in Ukraine in a matter of months as it amasses up to 175,000 troops along the border, a startling escalation that President Joe Biden has warned could lead to severe consequences.
- Vandals defaced tunnels near Idaho's Anne Frank memorial with anti-Semitic graffiti, including swastikas, police say
As millions of Jewish people across the country celebrate Hanukkah, police say vandals painted anti-Semitic messages and symbols in tunnels near Idaho's Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial on Friday.
- Pregnant woman saves man from burning home
A pregnant woman faced 50 ft flames to save the life of a nearby neighbor whose house caught fire in Utah. CNN affiliate KSL reports.
- US and other countries 'deeply concerned by reports of summary killings' in Afghanistan
More than 20 countries, including the United States, issued a joint statement Saturday expressing deep concern over allegations of extra-judicial killings and disappearances of former member of former security forces in Afghanistan.
- Pope Francis decries 'shipwreck of civilization' as he visits refugees
Pope Francis met with refugees on the Greek island of Lesbos Sunday, his second trip to the island -- which has become a symbol of the migrant crisis -- in five years.
- Jim Jordan says 'real America is done with Covid.' These maps indicate otherwise
CNN's Phil Mattingly takes a look at how some prominent Republican lawmakers are peddling misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines.
- Man accidentally bought 2 identical lottery tickets -- and won 2 jackpots
A North Carolina man wasn't sure if he had bought a ticket in the state's Lucky for Life lottery drawing, so he filled out the online form.
- Prince William reveals 'cringing' moment with Taylor Swift
The Duke of Cambridge will take listeners on a walk down memory lane when he joins forces with Apple Fitness+ for a special festive episode of its "Time To Walk" audio series.
- What the Omicron variant means for the holidays
Just when we thought we were heading for a more normalized holiday season, a new variant -- the dreaded Omicron -- has been identified as a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization. I and other public health experts are cautioning Americans to take this variant seriously, but also to be patient, as we have much to discover. But I recognize that the wait feels understandably frustrating: how is it possible that almost two years into the pandemic, we still can't know with certainty what the next best step might be?
- Canadian employers, facing labor shortage, accommodate the unvaccinated
Canada's tight labor market is forcing many companies to offer regular Covid-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
- How Elon Musk sold 10 million Tesla shares and increased his Tesla holdings
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sold a massive stake in his company over the past several weeks. And yet he owns 564,000 more shares than he did at the start of the selling spree.
- Tesla shows off its $1900 Cyberquad ATV for kids
Tesla revealed its all-electric Cyberquad for Kids, two years after the reveal of the Tesla ATV.
- A man jumped out of taxiing airplane at Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport
A 30-year-old man jumped out of an airplane as it was taxiing at Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport Saturday.
- The last remaining member of World War II's 'Band of Brothers' dies at 99
Col. Edward Shames, the last surviving officer of the historic World War II parachute infantry regiment of the US Army known as Easy Company, died Friday at the age of 99.
- Stolen yogini goddess statue, once on sale at Sotheby's, to be returned to India
A stolen yogini statue, which was once on sale at Sotheby's auction house in London, will be returned to the High Commission of India to be repatriated.
- 7 popular Western desserts Japanese chefs have made their own
Japan has long been famous internationally for its diverse and delicious eats, from sushi to ramen, with such staples appearing on menus around the world.
- Unimaru: The art museum between North and South Korea where the curator wears a bulletproof vest
Art has always had the power to be dangerous. But a newly opened art museum is taking that to another level.
- Biden's 'hot' Secret Service agent makes internet swoon
Hot Secret Service agent has posters panting..."Please wrestle me to the ground." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
- Former Netflix engineer and accomplice sentenced to prison for insider trading
A former Netflix software engineer and his best friend were sentenced Friday for securities fraud, the US Attorney's Office in the Western District of Washington announced.
- 'I thought I was dead,' says French judoka as partner released over abuse claims
Margaux Pinot, a judoka with the French national team, plans to appeal a decision by a Paris court to not pursue a conviction against her partner, whom she accuses of domestic abuse, her lawyer Rachid Madid told CNN on Friday.
- Mariah Carey dons '60 to 70 pound' dress for Christmas special
Mariah Carey dished about her extravagant beaded gown on ITV's "Lorraine" while promoting her second Apple TV+ holiday special.
- Black job applicant suing over hair discrimination, but the company claims misunderstanding
A Black job applicant suing an employer over hair discrimination is demanding an apology and policy change -- but the company said it was a misunderstanding.
- Tom Holland and Zendaya joke about doing 'Spider-Man' stunts with their height difference
Tom Holland may play a big-time superhero, but it seems his co-star Zendaya is doing all the heavy lifting.
- See Adele before and after 'Power of Makeup' makeover
British superstar Adele sat down with beauty vlogger Nikkie de Jager for a tell-all "Power of Makeup" session.
- Hugh Jackman and his artist wife open doors to their tranquil beach house
When Hugh Jackman and his artist wife Deborra-Lee Furness decided to build their dream home, it ended up being a project six years in the making.
- Legendary hotel opens to non-guests for first time
Showers embellished with 24-carat gold tiles. Duvets filled with eiderdown harvested from abandoned duck nests in Iceland. Pillow menus. Thirty different types of marble. A ceiling made of 21,000 Swarovski crystals representing the Milky Way. These are just some of the luxuries that await at Dubai's Burj Al Arab, one of the world's most exclusive hotels.
- Iconic man-made islands at 20 years old
- South Africa battles Omicron, amid hesitancy and complacency
Johannesburg's Rivers Church, a trendy Christian community for the city's hip and spiritual, has suspended in-person services indefinitely due to a new surge in Covid-19 cases in South Africa. "We love and miss you but stay safe," wrote the church's senior pastor Wilma Isabel Olivier on her Instagram.
- CNN goes inside Covid-19 sequencing lab
CNN's Dianne Gallagher gets access inside a North Carolina lab that is sequencing Covid-19 variants.
- Teen school shooting suspect and parents isolated and under suicide watch, sheriff says
• New information revealed about how parents of suspect were arrested
- She traveled to Japan to teach English. She died in an immigration center