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- Some on-air claims about Dominion Voting Systems were false, Fox News acknowledges in statement after deal is announced
- Dominion still has pending lawsuits against election deniers such as Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell
- Here are the 20 specific Fox broadcasts and tweets Dominion says were defamatory
• Fox-Dominion trial delay 'is not unusual,' judge says
• Fox News' defamation battle isn't stopping Trump's election lies
- Judge in Fox News-Dominion defamation trial: 'The parties have resolved their case'
The judge just announced in court that a settlement has been reached in the historic defamation case between Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems.
- 'Difficult to say with a straight face': Tapper reacts to Fox News' statement on settlement
A settlement has been reached in Dominion Voting Systems' defamation case against Fox News, the judge for the case announced. The network will pay more than $787 million to Dominion, a lawyer for the company said.
- Millions in the US could face massive consequences unless McCarthy can navigate out of a debt trap he set for Biden
• DeSantis goes to Washington, a place he once despised, looking for support to take on Trump
• Opinion: For the GOP to win, it must ditch Trump
• Chris Christie mulling 2024 White House bid
• Analysis: The fire next time has begun burning in Tennessee
- White homeowner accused of shooting a Black teen who rang his doorbell turns himself in to face criminal charges
• 'A major part of Ralph died': Aunt of teen shot after ringing wrong doorbell speaks
• 20-year-old woman shot after friend turned into the wrong driveway in upstate New York, officials say
- Newly released video shows scene of Jeremy Renner's snowplow accident
Newly released body camera footage shows firefighters and sheriff's deputies rushing to help actor Jeremy Renner after a near-fatal snowplow accident in January. The "Avengers" actor broke more than 30 bones and suffered other severe injuries. CNN's Chloe Melas has more.
- Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Lee Curtis spent the Covid-19 lockdown together
It's sourdough bread and handstands for Jake Gyllenhaal and Jamie Lee Curtis.
- Toddler crawls through White House fence, prompts Secret Service response
A tiny intruder infiltrated White House grounds Tuesday, prompting a swift response from the US Secret Service.
- Jamie Foxx remains hospitalized nearly a week after 'medical complication'
Jamie Foxx remains hospitalized in Georgia nearly a week after his daughter revealed the actor experienced a "medical complication," a source with knowledge of the matter told CNN on Monday.
- A 13-year-old dies after participating in a Benadryl TikTok 'challenge'
A 13-year-old in Ohio has died after "he took a bunch of Benadryl," trying a dangerous TikTok challenge that's circulating online, according to a CNN affiliate and a GoFundMe account from his family.
- See pizza delivery guy take out suspect fleeing police
Pizza guy delivers more than a pie, taking out a fleeing suspect. CNN's Jeanne Moos shows him putting his best foot forward.
- Netflix is winding down its DVD business after 25 years
Netflix is officially winding down the business that helped make it a household name.
- FTC chair Lina Khan warns AI could 'turbocharge' fraud and scams
Artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT could lead to a "turbocharging" of consumer harms including fraud and scams, and the US government has substantial authority to crack down on AI-driven consumer harms under existing law, members of the Federal Trade Commission said Tuesday.
- Eating too much of these foods is driving the rise in type 2 diabetes, study says
Gobbling up too many refined wheat and rice products, along with eating too few whole grains, is fueling the growth of new cases of type 2 diabetes worldwide, according to a new study that models data through 2018.
- ADHD medication abuse in schools is a 'wake-up call'
At some middle and high schools in the United States, 1 in 4 teens report they've abused prescription stimulants for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder during the year prior, a new study found.
- Apple CEO was presented with an original Macintosh. See his reaction
CEO Tim Cook personally welcomed customers to the new Apple store in Mumbai as the tech company opens its first retail stores in India. CNN's Vedika Sud reports.
- Democrats bash Justice Clarence Thomas but their plan to investigate ethics allegations is unclear
Senate Democrats railed against Justice Clarence Thomas on Tuesday amid reports that the Supreme Court conservative failed to disclose luxury travel, gifts and a real estate transaction involving a GOP megadonor, but their plan to investigate the conservative jurist remains unclear.
- Russia is 'going backwards' in equipment and deploying post WWII-era tanks, according to Western officials
• Jailed Wall Street Journal reporter Evan Gershkovich denied detention appeal in Moscow
• Putin visits Russian troops at military headquarters in Kherson
• Watch moment WSJ journalist appears in Russian court
- Two Russians claiming to be former Wagner commanders admit killing children and civilians in Ukraine
Two Russian men who claim to be former Wagner Group commanders have told a human rights activist that they killed children and civilians during their time in Ukraine.
- 'My stomach is hurting from laughing': Hear panelist's reaction to DeSantis' threat to Disney
CNN panelists react to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis floating the idea of building a competing theme park next to Disney World in Orlando.
- GOP prepared to block vote to replace Feinstein on Senate Judiciary
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on Tuesday that he hopes to replace Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein on the Senate Judiciary Committee with Sen. Ben Cardin of Maryland and aims to set up a floor vote on the issue this afternoon, which Republicans are expected to block.
- Oklahoma governor calls on officials to resign over recording of racist and threatening remarks
- McCarthy slams Biden in handling of US debt
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy traveled to Wall Street on Monday to deliver a fresh warning that the House GOP majority will refuse to lift a cap on government borrowing unless Biden agrees to spending cuts that would effectively neutralize his domestic agenda.
- US warns Russia not to touch American nuclear technology at Ukrainian nuclear plant
The US has sensitive nuclear technology at a nuclear power plant inside Ukraine and is warning Russia not to touch it, according to a letter the US Department of Energy sent to Russia's state-owned nuclear energy firm Rosatom last month.
- Repeated gunshots fired on live TV as ex-lawmaker shot by assassins
Atiq Ahmed, a former lawmaker in India's parliament, convicted of kidnapping, was shot dead along with his brother while police were escorting them for a medical check-up in a slaying caught on live television on Saturday. CNN's Vedika Sud reports.
- FDA clears the way for additional bivalent boosters for certain vulnerable individuals
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration amended the terms of its emergency use authorizations for the Pfizer and Moderna bivalent vaccines on Tuesday, allowing people ages 65 and older and certain people with weakened immunity to get additional doses before this fall's vaccination campaigns.
- Maine authorities detained a person of interest after 4 people were found dead in a home and 3 others shot while driving
Maine authorities have detained a person of interest and continue to investigate after two shooting incidents that appear to be connected left at least four people dead and three others injured, state police said.
- Southwest says flights resumed after delays caused by 'tech issues'
• Delta Air Lines reports record bookings for summer travel
• Air France and Airbus acquitted in trial over 2009 plane crash
- Damar Hamlin cleared to resume football activities after January cardiac arrest
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin, who has been cleared to resume football activities, said Tuesday his cardiac arrest during an NFL game in January was caused by commotio cordis.
- Pilot makes history after landing on top of a 56-story hotel
Polish pilot Lukasz Czepiela made history after landing a plane on a helipad at the top of a 56-story hotel in Dubai.
- Top US Navy admiral defends non-binary sailor amid some Republican criticism
The top US Navy admiral ardently defended a non-binary sailor on Tuesday amid some criticism from Republican lawmakers, saying he is "particularly proud of this sailor."
- Fulton County DA says fake Trump electors are incriminating one another and wants lawyer disqualified
The Fulton County District Attorney's office said some fake electors for Donald Trump have implicated each other in potential criminal activity and is seeking to disqualify their lawyer, according to a new court filing.
- High speed trains are racing across the world. But not in America
High speed trains have proved their worth across the world over the past 50 years.
- Podcast: One country musician is calling for other artists to oppose assault rifles
- Here's what you need to know if you haven't filed your return yet — and even if you have
It's April 18, the official deadline to file your federal and state income tax returns for 2022. (It is also, apparently, National Animal Crackers Day for those who celebrate.)
- Undocumented immigrants are paying their taxes today, too
It's a surprising fact that's often overlooked in the immigration debate.
- Opinion: Why millionaires like us want to pay more in taxes
Tuesday is Tax Day in America, one of the most stressful days of the year, when many taxpayers will finally end their procrastination, file their federal returns, and hope for a refund from the IRS. But for many of the nation's wealthiest, it's just another Tuesday.
- 'World's longest' purpose-built cycling tunnel opens in Norway
There are many ways to explore the seven mountains that surround the picturesque UNESCO World Heritage city of Bergen on Norway's fjord-studded west coast. The newest, however, might well be record-breaking.
- Artist rejects photo prize after AI-generated image wins award
A German artist has rejected an award from a prestigious international photography competition after revealing that his submission was generated by Artificial Intelligence (AI).
- These ships disappeared in Lake Superior a century ago. Watch as they're found again
The Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society has found two of three ships that sank in the same Lake Superior storm more than a century ago, locating one in 2021 and the other in 2022.
- Erotic images of seniors show sex and intimacy in new light
What does intimacy look like for seniors? There's no end to sex scenes and other steamy content featuring the young and unwrinkled, but past a certain age, popular culture largely draws a blank — or treats sex as a punchline.
- China's economy is off to a solid start, rising 4.5% in Q1 2023
China's economy is off to a solid start in 2023 following its emergence from three years of strict pandemic restrictions.
- Even when wives make as much as husbands, they still do more at home
• Four out of the five US metro areas with the lowest unemployment are in Florida. Here's why
• Opinion: The overlooked problem with raising the retirement age for Social Security
- McDonald's is upgrading its burgers
McDonald's, which has been focusing on upgrading its core items to boost sales, is rolling out a series of changes designed to improve its signature burgers.
- Google-parent stock drops on fears it could lose search market share to AI-powered rivals
Shares of Google-parent Alphabet fell more than 3% in early trading Monday after a report sparked concerns that its core search engine could lose market share to AI-powered rivals, including Microsoft's Bing.
- Bidets save you money and reduce waste — we tested the best options out there
- 50+ products to make your life easier and our planet cleaner
- Mother's Day is around the corner. Here are 50+ thoughtful gifts she'll love
- A head-to-toe guide of how men should dress this spring, and where they should shop
- 42 of the most useful travel products you can buy on Amazon
- The 7 best high-yield savings accounts of April 2023
- Taxes are due tomorrow. Here's how to file for an extension
- Composting is an easy way to reduce food waste. Here's how to do it
- We stopped using aluminum foil for cooking and you should too. Here's what to use instead
- The beloved Dyson Supersonic hair dryer is at its lowest price ever
- Everything you need to know about Way Day 2023, Wayfair's biggest sale of the year
- The 10 best Amazon deals to shop this week
- Mifepristone saved my life
The ruling earlier this month by a Texas federal judge to suspend the US Food and Drug Administration's approval of a drug that is used frequently for medication abortions, is very personal for me.
- The 2024 presidential alternative many voters will want
- Why isn't the House Judiciary Committee looking into Thomas?
On Monday, the GOP-controlled House Judiciary Committee — chaired by Donald Trump ally Rep. Jim Jordan — is set to hold a field hearing in New York City called "Victims of Violent Crime in Manhattan." A statement bills the hearing as an examination of how, the Judiciary Committee says, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's policies have "led to an increase in violent crime and a dangerous community for New York City residents."
- Top secrets come spilling out
In 1917, British analysts deciphered a coded message the German foreign minister sent to one of his country's diplomats vowing to begin "unrestricted submarine warfare" and seeking to win over Mexico with a promise to "reconquer the lost territory in Texas, New Mexico and Arizona" if the US entered the world war. When it became public, the Zimmerman Telegram caused a sensation, helping propel the US into the conflict against Germany.
- How did Sudan go from casting off despotic rule to this?
Four years ago, almost to the day, the people of Sudan were celebrating a revolution after overthrowing longtime dictator Omar al-Bashir. Now the East African country faces the possibility of a complete collapse similar to the chaos we see today in Yemen or Libya.
- Michelle Yeoh set to return in new 'Star Trek' movie
Live long and prosper, Michelle Yeoh.
- Recap: 'Succession' finds dark humor in the aftershocks
After the shock came the aftershocks, the power vacuum, and perhaps most significantly and impressively, the laughs, as "Succession" pivoted to face life after Logan Roy, in an episode that finally put the HBO show's title into full flower.
- 'Yellowjackets' leans hard into '90s music nostalgia, and we're here for it
Of the many dark gifts Showtime's eerie hit series "Yellowjackets" serves up for us, the juiciest this season is by far the music.
- Jeremy Renner revisits 'the amazing group of people' who helped him recover from his accident
Jeremy Renner is continuing his recovery after his devastating snowplow accident in January, and recognizing those who've helped him along the way.
- Review: 'Barry' takes a whack at its farewell season
"Barry" has taken chances from the very beginning, which is certainly true of a fourth and final season that picks up where the third left off, with its hitman-turned-wannabe actor getting arrested. That paves the way for an even darker season that accentuates the show's ensemble aspect while leaning a little too heavily on blurring lines with flights of fancy.
- RSV hospitalization rate for seniors is 10 times higher than usual for this point in the season
The respiratory virus season has started early in kids this year and flooded children's hospitals in many parts of the country -- especially with respiratory syncytial virus, known as RSV.
- Covid-19 boosters could keep thousands of kids out of hospitals, but uptake remains low
Higher Covid-19 vaccination rates among US children could prevent thousands of pediatric hospitalizations and millions of missed school days, according to an analysis published Tuesday by the Commonwealth Fund and the Yale School of Public Health.
- Experimental therapy gantenerumab fails to slow or improve Alzheimer's memory loss in clinical trials
An experimental treatment, gantenerumab, failed to help people at high risk of memory loss from Alzheimer's or those who were in the early phases of the disease, the manufacturer said Monday.
- US gets D+ grade for rising preterm birth rates, new report finds
The rate of premature birth in the United States is climbing, according to the infant and maternal health nonprofit March of Dimes.
- Desperate for heart surgery for their baby, a family feels the effects of pediatric hospital shortages
Even before their daughter was born in June, Aaron and Helen Chavez knew she would need heart surgery. Doctors expected her to have an operation around 6 months of age.
- Fuzzy first photo of a black hole gets a sharp makeover
The first photo ever taken of a black hole looks a little sharper now.
- Paper airplane breaks a world distance record
It's a bird... It's a plane... It's a paper airplane!
- This bat fossil could fill in a piece of the evolutionary puzzle
Two 52 million-year-old bat skeletons discovered in an ancient lake bed in Wyoming are the oldest bat fossils ever found — and they reveal a new species.
- How long you can use vintage Tupperware
Since Tupperware, the iconic kitchen brand that's been a household name for decades, signaled recently that it might be going out of business, you might be wondering how long your stash of its food storage containers is safe to use — especially if it's vintage.
- Why we have nightmares and how to stop them
We leave behind our fears of monsters under the bed as we say goodbye to our childhoods, but one can follow us into adulthood and loom over our heads.
- Your guide to finding the right Theragun massage gun for you
- 8 activewear brands you should add to your workout wardrobe
The increasing popularity of stylish, trendy athletic wear has made über-comfortable clothing something that's not just for the gym. It's infiltrated all corners of culture, from high fashion runways to the offices of Silicon Valley executives — and really, it's appropriate for any occasion when you just want to be comfortable.
- The best coupons at CVS Pharmacy
- Learn how to escape from a rip current and practice water safety
Swimming is a fun activity to beat the heat, but it can quickly turn deadly for people of all ages if water safety tips aren't followed.
- Ebola Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts on Ebola and learn more about the deadly virus.
- Stem Cells Fast Facts
View CNN's Fast Facts about stem cells and learn more about these unspecialized cells capable of replicating themselves through cell division.
- Using melatonin for sleep is on the rise, study says, despite potential health harms
More adults are taking over-the-counter melatonin to get to sleep, a study found, despite potential harm to health and little proof of efficacy.
- We all need 'Sushi Tuesdays': Lessons in understanding and finding a way forward after suicide
In a heartbreaking memoir, "Sushi Tuesdays," Charlotte Maya bears witness to her late husband's life, death and the aftermath with a singular purpose: to humanize the face of suicide and help readers develop a fluency in discussing mental health.
- Why swearing is a sign of intelligence, helps manage pain and more
Oh the profanity! Swearing is a social no-no, but studies have shown that cursing can serve a useful place in our lives, especially when it comes to mind over matter.
New research shows weight loss drugs like Ozempic can help curb drug addiction. CNN's Meg Tirrell spoke to one patient who says the drug is helping her.
A long flight in economy can be a real pain. We asked travel expert Samantha Brown and back pain doctors from Montefiore Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medicine to share some tips on how to avoid it.
- Canada will start putting health warnings on individual cigarettes. It will be the first country to do so
Canada announced Wednesday it will require health warnings to be printed directly on every individual cigarette -- the first country in the world to do so.
- My grandfather hid the emotional toll of World War II from his family for decades
Researching her grandfather's time during World War II, CNN's Chloe Melas often wondered if he had post-traumatic stress disorder. She says she may never know whether he had PTSD — but it's vital the national conversation around this important topic keeps moving forward.
It can be difficult to determine if that watermelon you've grabbed at the store will be ripe or not. New York Times bestselling author Suzy Karadsheh shares these simple tips that will make this watermelon season the tastiest yet.
- Your attention span is shrinking, studies say. Here's how to stay focused
Your attention span has shrunk by nearly two minutes in the past 20 years, driven in part by technology's hold over your work and homelife, experts say. Here's how to stay focused so you can get things done.
Health officials are warning about the latest respiratory virus that's seen a significant rise in cases this spring. CNN's Bianca Nobilo breaks down the details.
Cases of human metapneumovirus, or HMPV, spiked this spring, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's respiratory virus surveillance systems. It filled hospital intensive care units with young children and seniors who are the most vulnerable to these infections. CNN's Meg Tirrell reports.
- Alzheimer's Disease Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts on Alzheimer's disease, a progressive brain disorder that leads to loss of memory and other intellectual abilities.
Having a higher level of leg muscle strength appears to be "strongly associated" with a lower risk of developing heart failure after a heart attack, according to new research. CNN's Jacqueline Howard reports.
- Kirstie Alley, 'Cheers' and 'Veronica's Closet' star, dead at 71
Actress Kirstie Alley has died after a brief battle with cancer, her children announced on social media.
- John Travolta and Kirstie Alley: A love story
Kirstie Alley and John Travolta were never romantically involved, but that wasn't how she initially wanted it.
- Chelsea Handler, Leslie Jones and John Leguizamo among guest hosts to step in for Trevor Noah on 'The Daily Show'
The end of an era is fast approaching at Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," and the network has announced at least the first phase of plans for what's to come next.
- Ashton Kutcher and twin Michael talk health, guilt and rift between them
In a rare interview, twin brothers Ashton and Michael Kutcher talked about both their bond and their rift.
- Bong Joon Ho's 'Mickey 17' gets trailer and release date
A first look at "Parasite" director Bong Joon Ho's new movie is here.
- K-pop band Blackpink selected as Time Entertainer of the Year 2022
Global pop sensation Blackpink have been chosen as Time magazine's 2022 Entertainer of the Year, making the four-woman band the second K-pop artists to earn the title, after BTS in 2020.
- Gabourey Sidibe reveals she's been secretly married for over a year
It turns out that Gabourey Sidibe has been even busier than previously thought since the beginning of the pandemic.
- 'Harry & Meghan' series gets release date and new trailer
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have an early Christmas gift for their supporters.
- Jill Scott announces 'Who is Jill Scott? Words & Sounds Vol. 1' 23rd anniversary tour
After a 20th-anniversary tour of Jill Scott's chart-topping album, "Who Is Jill Scott?: Words and Sounds Vol I" was forced to end prematurely due to the pandemic, it will resume.
- Adam Sandler still gets emotional singing sweet Chris Farley song
Adam Sandler will always Chris Farley.
- Neil Diamond surprises audience with 'Sweet Caroline' performance at Broadway opening of 'A Beautiful Noise'
Neil Diamond sang "Sweet Caroline" at the Broadway opening of his musical" A Beautiful Noise," five years after retiring due to his Parkinson's diagnosis.
- George Clooney has a simple strategy for being a star in the age of social media
George Clooney has a surefire way for staying out of trouble as a public figure in the age of social media: stay off of it.
- Ben Affleck says Netflix's 'assembly line' approach to making quality films is 'an impossible job'
Ben Affleck is sounding off on how movies are being made in today's age of Netflix and other streaming platforms, which offer an ever-expanding glut of content.
- Keke Palmer reveals baby bump as part of her 'Saturday Night Live' opening monologue
Some people like singing their good news from the rooftops, but in Keke Palmer's case, it was done on live television in front of millions of viewers.
- Christine McVie's music: 5 songs to listen to in her honor
There's a reason why Christine McVie was considered the heart of Fleetwood Mac.
- Axl Rose will stop tossing mic after a fan was reportedly injured
Axl Rose is ending a 30-year Guns N' Roses tradition.
- Harrison Ford cracks the whip in teaser trailer for 'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny'
It's a name so iconic, he comes with his own theme song, and boy, is it a sweet sound.
- 'Willow' revives the Lucasfilm fantasy with a more contemporary streaming adventure
Disney's press materials refer to the original 1988 movie "Willow" as "beloved," which despite its admirers feels like nostalgic inflation of a pretty generic George Lucas-plotted fantasy that provided an early directing showcase for Ron Howard. Setting that aside, a Disney+ revival series isn't without its charms, in a more contemporary narrative that brings back Warwick Davis while focusing on the next generation.
- 'Love Actually' director feels 'a bit stupid' about movie's lack of diversity
Every year, as the days grow colder and Christmas draws nearer, "Love Actually" quickly becomes a festive favorite on people's television screens.
- Joe Pesci says playing Harry in the 'Home Alone' films came with some 'serious' pain
They say artists have to be willing to do anything for their art, and for Joe Pesci, that includes setting his head on fire.
- Inside Christine McVie's and Stevie Nicks' decades-long friendship
Throughout the various personal turmoils for which the members of Fleetwood Mac are known, one relationship buoyed the band for decades: the friendship between its two frontwomen, Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks.
- Will Smith, opening up about Oscars slap, tells Trevor Noah 'hurt people hurt people'
Will Smith opened up to Trevor Noah about the now-famous slap at the Oscars in March during an appearance that aired Monday night on "The Daily Show."
- 'Super Mario Bros. Movie' trailer shows being a hero isn't all fun and games
Mario learns that being a hero is a tough gig in the new trailer for "Super Mario Bros. Movie."
- 'The Phantom of the Opera' extends Broadway run for eight weeks due to high demand
The music of the night will continue for eight weeks longer than expected.
- Kim Kardashian and Kanye West reach divorce settlement
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have come to a divorce agreement, a source with knowledge of the negotiations tells CNN.
- Marsai Martin and Omari Harwick play to win in 'Fantasy Football'
The new film "Fantasy Football" capitalizes on some of its stars natural talent.
- In 'Wednesday,' Jenna Ortega makes Netflix's Addams Family series look like a snap
Although the main character's name was inspired by the poetic line "Wednesday's child is full of woe," "Wednesday" is generally a delight, thanks almost entirely to Jenna Ortega. Having outgrown her Disney Channel days, Ortega makes the Addams Family's now-high-school-age daughter the coolest humorless goth sociopath you'll ever meet, in a Netflix series that's more kooky than spooky or ooky.
- 'Glass Onion' sharpens the 'Knives Out' formula in a polished Netflix sequel
Rising to the challenge of matching its successful predecessor, "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" maintains the razor-sharp formula, with a setup that feels even more conspicuously like an Agatha Christie homage before an extremely clever series of twists kick in. Writer-director Rian Johnson again assembles a solid cast behind Daniel Craig, but it's his use of language -- where nary a word is wasted -- that finally gives the sequel its edge.
- 'Love Actually' cast to reunite for 20th anniversary TV special
One of the most beloved modern Christmas classics is turning 20 next year, and to mark the occasion, cast members from the landmark 2003 romantic comedy "Love Actually" are reuniting for a TV special to air on ABC next week, the network announced Tuesday.
- James Cameron almost didn't choose Leonardo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet to star in 'Titanic'
James Cameron is sharing some surprising details from the making of his blockbuster hit "Titanic," which celebrates 25 years of being released next month.
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- Ritz-Carlton's $6,400-a-week luxury superyacht cruise has finally set sail
Ritz-Carlton's highly-anticipated superyacht cruise has finally made its debut, three and a half years after its maiden voyage was originally scheduled to begin.
- The Italian village with the 'elixir' of healthy life
It's a place of terraced lemon groves, a paradoxically warm mountain breeze, and a powerful fat-killing gene carried by a few lucky residents.
- Virgin Boeing 747 to launch rocket into space
At the far southwestern tip of England, dangling into the Atlantic, the remote region of Cornwall rarely feels like the center of the world.
- The hunt for the world's most elusive shipwrecks
In March 2022, the world let out a collective gasp when the remarkably preserved shipwreck of Ernest Shackleton's HMS Endurance was discovered almost two miles beneath the icy Antarctic seas.
- This man built a plane for his family in his garden
It wasn't until he moved near to an airfield in the UK over a decade ago that mechanical engineer Ashok Aliseril Thamarakshan began to seriously consider learning to fly a plane.
- Secrets from the world's toughest dining scene
Hong Kong is widely considered one of the most challenging cities in the world to operate a restaurant -- a roiling cauldron of changing tastes, cleaver-sharp competition and unsavory economics.
- She asked a stranger for directions on vacation. Two weeks later they were engaged
Rachel Décoste landed in West Africa's Republic of Benin in August 2018, anticipating an important journey of self-discovery, but not predicting the extent to which the trip would change her life.
- The Italian town with a boozy secret
It's super strong, fennel-flavored, as transparent as water -- and in many households across Sardinia it's still produced illegally.
- Cappadocia: One of Turkey's most spectacular hiking destinations
A rich palette of shimmering caramel swirls, ochers, creams and pinks unfolds across the landscape like an enormous handwoven carpet. Stands of poplars line paths carved by ancient lava flows from three now extinct volcanoes, crisscrossing valleys studded with conical peribacı.
- This Italian icon looks like you've never seen it before
For over 500 years, Michelangelo's sculpture of David in Florence has stood unchanged, the marble icon of masculinity, and one of the world's most famous works of art.
- The European capital of cool that keeps getting cooler
Lisbon is in the midst of a renaissance. The latest European capital of cool's affordable rents, great nightlife and gorgeous streets -- which wind high into the hills from the River Tagus -- have seen younger travelers arrive in their droves in recent years, enjoying extended stays thanks to dedicated "digital nomad" visas.
- Best Chinese food: 32 dishes every traveler should try
With one of the world's most diverse food scenes, China makes it nearly impossible to put together one single list that truly encompasses the "best" Chinese dishes.
- Are you brave enough to sleep in the 'Ghostbusters' firehouse this Halloween?
There's something strange going on in this Oregon neighborhood.
- Time Out picks the 'world's coolest' neighborhood for 2022
The top 10 includes the nightlife haven of Cais do Sodré in Lisbon and New York City's beloved Ridgewood, but which neighborhood took the top spot in Time Out's round-up?
- Chiles are so important to this state, they made a law about them
For New Mexicans, chile isn't just a food, it's a way of life. Chiles are so important, New Mexico is only state to have an "official" question, "Red or green?"
- All the restaurants Stanley Tucci visited in season two of 'Searching for Italy'
After watching the wanderlust-inducing "Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy," you'll undoubtedly be hungry.
- Animal sacrifices and pagan worship on the edge of Europe
An untouched and remote region in northeastern Georgia, Tusheti is a wild trekking paradise of mountains and ancient villages where pagan rites are still observed alongside Christian beliefs.
- Bamboo vipers and many-banded kraits: Experiencing Hong Kong's snake safari
A fraction of a second after William Sargent's torch light catches the unmistakable glint of snake skin he roars into action, sliding on a protective glove and launching himself into the dense green jungle of northern Hong Kong.
- Yayoi Kusama's yellow pumpkin sculpture is back on Naoshima Island, Japan
Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama's famous yellow pumpkin sculpture was reinstalled on October 4th on Naoshima island after it was swept into the sea and badly damaged during a typhoon last summer.
- Giant roadside Cheeto attracts a crowd
A giant Cheeto with massive fingers coated in orange dust becomes a roadside attraction. CNN's Jeanne Moos eats her way through the story.
- Hong Kong offers 500,000 free air tickets to tempt tourists back
Hong Kong attracted around 56 million visitors a year before the pandemic, and now the popular destination is taking significant steps to win tourists back after over two years of some of the world's toughest travel restrictions.
- Asia Pacific set to lose title as the world's largest travel region
Asia Pacific is home to some of the world's most beloved travel destinations, from the natural beauty of Bali to the urban buzz of Singapore. These dreamy vacation hotspots -- teamed with the region's business power -- secured Asia Pacific the title of world's largest travel region for much of the past decade.
- The world's best bars for 2022 have been revealed
Move over London. Step aside New York. There's a new cosmopolitan cocktail capital: Barcelona is home to Paradiso, the newly crowned world's best bar.
- The rise of sleep tourism
Going on a vacation might seem like a rather unconventional way to try to improve your sleep habits.
- The secrets of Turkey's historic capital of cool
At first glance Izmir looks very much like any other modern Turkish metropolis, densely populated with unimposing architecture.
- FAA to announce rule allowing more rest for flight attendants
Federal aviation officials plan to announce Tuesday that flight attendants will soon get more mandated rest time between flights, two sources familiar with the announcement tell CNN.
- The 'tombstone village' built by Korean refugees on a Japanese cemetery
At first glance, Ami-dong seems like an ordinary village within the South Korean city of Busan, with colorful houses and narrow alleys set against looming mountains.
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