- Stocks tumble as Wall Street's fears turn to China
The Dow and the broader US stock market fell to close sharply lower Monday as Chinese real estate conglomerate Evergrande's debt crisis made American investors uneasy.
- FBI searches home of Gabby Petito's fiancé after her likely remains were found
The case of missing Gabby Petito took a tragic turn Sunday when police found human remains during their search for her -- and officials are working to determine whether the discovery could answer questions regarding what happened to the 22-year-old.
- Chilling 911 call reveals missing woman's fight with fiancé
Newly obtained audio from a 911 call in Moab, Utah, reveals that Gabby Petito and her fiancé Brian Laundrie were reportedly fighting in their van on the street and a witness called authorities to report the incident.
- Why it's been so hard to find Gabby Petito's missing fiancé
Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of Gabby Petito, has been missing for almost a week.
- The FDA could authorize Covid-19 vaccines for young children in weeks, expert says
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) could soon authorize a Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for young children, experts said -- a development that offers hope in the midst of a dangerous time in the pandemic for kids, who account for a quarter of all cases reported last week.
- Memo shows Trump lawyer's six-step plan for Pence to overturn the election
A conservative lawyer working with then-President Donald Trump's legal team tried to convince then-Vice President Mike Pence that he could overturn the election results on January 6 when Congress counted the Electoral College votes by throwing out electors from seven states, according to the new book "Peril" from Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
- Trump sent Raffensperger a letter asking him to decertify election. See his response
Georgia's Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger responds to a letter sent 3 days ago from former President Trump asking him to decertify the 2020 election.
- 12,000 migrants have been waiting in makeshift camps under the Del Rio bridge in Texas
Standing in the sweltering Texas sun, Jameson Tilus held both of his children in his arms and described the desperate conditions under the Del Rio International Bridge.
- CNN reporter speaks to migrants sheltering under bridge at border
CNN's Rosa Flores visits border town Del Rio, Texas, where thousands of migrants are sleeping in the dirt in huts waiting to get processed by US immigration.
- Texas doctor who says he performed abortion sued in first known challenges under new law
A San Antonio doctor who wrote a Washington Post op-ed claiming that he had violated Texas' six-week abortion ban now faces at least two lawsuits brought against him under the ban, both brought by plaintiffs who say they oppose the new law.
- Justin Trudeau will form next Canadian government, news outlets project
Several Canadian news outlets are projecting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal party will form the next government.
- Nearly 226,000 Covid-19 cases were reported in children last week, pediatrician group says
Covid-19 infections have continued to increase "exponentially" among children across the US, and now account for nearly 26% of all cases reported nationwide, according to data published Monday.
- US to ease travel restrictions for all fully vaccinated foreign visitors
- CNN follows Taliban leader as he patrols busy streets. See how people are feeling
A Taliban commander goes on a public relations offensive as he walks the busy streets of Kabul's financial district. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
- Why 'all eyes' will be on the Virginia suburbs this fall
Reassured by the results of California's gubernatorial recall election last week, Democrats now face tougher electoral tests this fall that will measure whether they can defend their most important political advance of the Donald Trump era.
- France threatens to block EU-Australia trade talks after submarine dispute
- UK could face food shortages within weeks
UK supermarkets could face shortages of meat and other fresh food within weeks after soaring gas prices prompted a major US fertilizer manufacturer to suspend production, turning off most of Britain's supply of carbon dioxide to the food and drink industry in the process.
- Cost of Putin's latest election win higher than ever before
Even before the first votes had been cast, Russia's election result was in little doubt.
- Poland ordered to pay $580,000 fine for each day coal mine remains open
Poland will have to pay a €500,000 ($586,000) fine for each day it continues extracting coal at an open-pit mine near the Czech and German borders, Europe's top court ruled Monday.
- Elon Musk takes shots at Joe Biden after SpaceX sends civilians to space
Elon Musk mocked President Joe Biden over the weekend after Saturday's successful splashdown of SpaceX's Inspiration4 flight carried four tourists on a three-day orbital mission.
- BTS and their army of fans pop in on UN General Assembly
K-pop band BTS stopped by a United Nations meeting to speak and perform their song "Permission to Dance."
- Climber receives apology after inappropriate images were aired during World Championships
The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) has apologized to Austrian climber Johanna Farber after inappropriate images of her were broadcast during the World Championships in Moscow.
- Woman found injured on Croatian island doesn't know her name or how she got there
A woman has been found in a remote part of a Croatian island with no memory of who she is or how she got there.
- Video shows ballot stuffing during Russia's parliamentary election
Russia's ruling party United Russia is on track to secure a majority following a three-day parliamentary election, according to early results and an exit poll reported by Russian state media RIA Novosti. Opposition members and independent observers have accused Russian officials of blatant election fraud with some incidents being caught on cameras. CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Moscow.
- Pair with trunk 'full of KFC' arrested while trying to enter locked-down Auckland, where restaurants remain shut
Two alleged gang associates found with a car trunk "full of KFC" takeout were arrested as they tried to enter New Zealand's largest city on Sunday in breach of strict coronavirus lockdown rules, according to police.
- Thousands evacuated as volcano erupts on Spain's La Palma island
The Cumbre Vieja volcano on Spain's La Palma island is continuing to expel molten lava and ash after erupting on Sunday and is likely to do so for days, the president of the Canary Islands regional government warned Monday.
- Cleaning out the attic, journalist discovers two letters written to him by the Unabomber
As part of a pandemic project suggested by his wife, Jack Epstein began last month going through his papers that were taking up space in their attic.
- Paul Rusesabagina of 'Hotel Rwanda' fame found guilty on terrorism-related charges
Paul Rusesabagina, who inspired the film 'Hotel Rwanda,' has been found guilty by a court in Kigali of being part of a terror group, MRCD-FLN. Rusesabagina, along with 20 other people, was accused of conspiring to launch attacks on Rwandan territory in 2018 and 2019, resulting in at least nine deaths.
- Canadians head to polls. Here's what the election looks like
Canadians are heading to the polls in a snap election that could bolster Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's position -- or imbue the country's government with bitter political polarization. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
- India says it will resume Covid-19 vaccine exports next month
India will resume exports of Covid-19 vaccines in the October quarter, prioritizing the global vaccine-sharing platform COVAX and neighboring countries first as supplies rise, the country's health minister said on Monday.
- Trump sends letter to Raffensperger asking to decertify election
Maggie Haberman weighs in on former President Donald Trump's latest attempt to have the 2020 election overturned.
- Boeing reportedly investigating empty tequila bottles found on a future Air Force One
Drinking alcohol and building planes don't really mix. That's why Boeing is reportedly investigating two small, empty tequila bottles that were found on one of the planes set to serve as the next Air Force One.
- Trevor Noah rebukes Sean Hannity's vaccination advice
Comedy Central host Trevor Noah calls for an end to the "do your own research" line used repeatedly by Fox host Sean Hannity when it comes to getting educated on Covid vaccines. CNN's Brian Stelter reports.
- Long-lost letter reunites families of two Jewish sisters and the Polish farmer who saved them from the Nazis
As a child growing up in Sweden, Karolina Jurzyk didn't pay much attention to her grandfather's tales of wartime Poland.
- Video shows precarious situation on China's border with Myanmar
China is forcefully sending away a large number of Burmese migrant workers in the border city of Ruili as part of its draconian Covid-19 containment measures. Many are fearful to return to a country that's facing a worsening coronavirus situation and an ongoing civil war. CNN's Paula Hancocks speaks to several Burmese migrant workers about their desperation.
- Indicted Trump Org. ex-CFO expects more indictments, his lawyer says
Allen Weisselberg -- the former Trump Organization CFO who has been charged by Manhattan prosecutors for an alleged tax evasion scheme -- is expecting that more indictments will be filed in the case, his lawyer said in court Monday.
- Anthony Johnson, 'Friday' actor and comedian, has died
Anthony "AJ" Johnson, an actor and comedian best known for his performance as Ezal in "Friday," has died, his representative LyNea Bell told CNN Monday. He was 55.
- Rare first-edition copy of US Constitution could fetch $20 million
An exceptionally rare first-edition printed copy of the US Constitution is going on sale in New York, with Sotheby's auction house expecting bids up to $20 million.
- Princess Beatrice, granddaughter of Queen Elizabeth II, gives birth to her first child
Princess Beatrice, Queen Elizabeth II's granddaughter, has given birth to a baby girl, Buckingham Palace announced Monday.
- CNN's pop Off: Summer celeb romances that are heading into fall
This week on "Pop Off," CNN reporter Lisa Respers France tells you which celeb summer romances are heading into fall, chats with the stars of "The Morning Show" and debates the merits of Mariah Carey's "Glitter." Subscribe to Lisa's "Pop Life Chronicles" newsletter here.
- How Taiwan's last 'fire fishing' boat is keeping tradition alive
As night falls, a group of fishermen set sail off the coast of northern Taiwan, where they prepare to catch sardines with a traditional method: fire.
- The windowless cabin design that could be the future of air travel
Looking out the cabin window and seeing cities and oceans from above is, for many of us, one of the joys of flying.
- Watch the dramatic lightning storm this photographer captured
The disappointment is heavy.
- Red carpet photos from the Emmy Awards
- The mysterious sex lives of dinosaurs
Dinosaurs must have had sex to reproduce but how they did it -- with their neck frills, armored plates and tails tipped with spikes -- isn't exactly clear.
- Olympic swimmer hospitalized with Covid-19 as 'precautionary measure'
Olympic swimmer Madi Wilson says she has been hospitalized with Covid-19 while in Italy for an International Swimming League (ISL) event.
- Olympian explains how she balances exercising and parenting
Track and field legend Allyson Felix tells CNN's Anderson Cooper how she strikes a balance with parenting and exercising. Watch "Full Circle" Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
- This is what happens to all the rats when cities flood
In the wake of Hurricane Ida, the pummeling rain that hit cities up and down the East Coast at the start of September overwhelmed storm drains, poured into subway stations and filled basements like bathtubs. The devastating human toll is well known. Less clear is what happened to the denizens of those cities' subterranean depths: the rats.
- Fears about China's Evergrande spread to global markets
Global investors have been paying more and more attention to Evergrande, the sprawling Chinese real estate business on the brink. They're increasingly worried about what they see.
- 5 things to know about Evergrande
The troubles of Chinese conglomerate Evergrande have dominated headlines after it warned once again that it could default on its astronomical debt because of a cash crunch.