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Settle in with these weekend reads
It's been nearly a week since 11 people were killed at the Tree of Life synagogue, where Jeffrey Myers is a rabbi. With the screams of his congregants fresh in his ears, he now wonders why God would put him in Pittsburgh.
There's a massive age gap between US government representatives and those they represent. We talked to young candidates across the country who are hoping to change that demographic in the 2018 midterm election.
From the jungles of Myanmar to the streets of Hong Kong, police throughout Asia are fighting a war against methamphetamine. By many indications, they're losing.
Blocked from ballot boxes. Purged from voting rolls. Stifled by "rigged" maps. CNN investigates the voter suppression tactics that have become a flashpoint in the midterm election.
A new report finds that in North Korea, rape and sexual abuse at the hands of officials is so pervasive that it's considered a part of ordinary life. And those officials face virtually no consequences.
The 4-year-old son of two doctors died less than 48 hours after feeling sick. Now his parents want to make sure that doesn't happen to others.
Segway's goofy two-wheel balancing scooter was supposed to change the world when it debuted in 2001, but it failed to live up to the hype. Two decades later, scooters are considered the next big thing in transportation.
Teenagers can figure out the "this goes here, that goes there" stuff on their own. To change the culture of sexual assault, a teen life coach writes that sex ed curriculums need to teach kids information that they'll actually find useful.