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Friday, Nov 30


You have two ages, chronological and biological. Here's why it matters


Unlike genetic tests, which can't be changed, a test for your biological age can reveal a lot about your mortality risk and be improved with changes to diet, exercise, lifestyle and sleep.


Europe's rising anti-Semitism demands a new social contract


The recent deadly attack on the synagogue in Pittsburgh demonstrated more than ever that the threats from both the far right and the far left are rarely about individual Jews, but against Jewish collectivity.

How to 'cheat' on your diet without ruining it


A single treat or meal will not derail your diet, but your emotional response to eating that treat can.

Migrants begin arriving at new Tijuana shelter


Migrants have been shuttled to a new shelter in Tijuana where "better" accommodations include a "roof and a dry floor," according to a Human Rights Watch researcher.

A South Korean train heads North, but sanctions mean it has to carry its own fuel

A South Korean train arrived in North Korea Friday for the first time in more than a decade ahead of a potential rail link up of the divided peninsula.


'I'm scared for the future of my baby': French Jews live in fear

In a Parisian suburb, Myriam sits at her parents' dinner table, the Shabbat candles flickering before her. Together with her husband and newborn son she takes stock of the painful week she's had. It's a regular conversation for many French…

Australian school children defy prime minister with climate strike


Thousands of Australian children skipped school on Friday in defiance of the prime minister to protest for greater action on climate change.

Sister of attacked teenage Syrian refugee also targeted by bullies in UK school


The sister of schoolboy, a refugee from Syria who was attacked in an incident shared widely on social media, was also bullied at the same British school, according to the family's lawyer.


None of the migrants arrested in tear gas clash will face charges


None of the 42 migrants arrested in Sunday's clash at the US-Mexico border will be criminally charged.

Drunk pilot gets 10 months in prison

A Japanese pilot found to be more than nine times over the legal alcohol limit before a scheduled flight from London was sentenced to 10 months in prison, according to police.


By securing Michael Cohen's cooperation, the special counsel scored a witness with intimate knowledge of Trump's business and personal life


Silent for so long, Robert Mueller is beginning to show the public the building blocks of a case that could imperil Donald Trump's presidency.

Man charged with killing brother and his family in New Jersey mansion fire to appear in court


A New Jersey man suspected of setting two fires, including one at his own home, to cover up the killings of his brother and his brother's family will make his first court appearance on Friday.

China tells tech companies to keep detailed records of users' activity


The Chinese government has ordered internet companies to keep detailed records of their users' personal information and online activity — the latest indication of the country's increasingly restrictive approach to the internet.

More than 200 runners banned after cheating in marathon

More than 200 runners have been disqualified from the Shenzhen marathon after widespread cheating was uncovered following the race on November 25, Chinese state-run media Xinhua said.

Trump to begin whirlwind G20 after canceling Putin meeting


President Donald Trump was only a half-hour into his nine-hour flight to the G20 summit here in the Argentine capital when he decided to pull the plug on the most hotly anticipated moment of his trip: a lengthy face-to-face with Russian…


G20 and the future world order


Much of Argentina's capital will shut down on Thursday as leaders from the world's biggest economies descend on Buenos Aires for the two-day G20 summit, which kicks off on Friday.

How Mueller surprised the media again, this time with a Cohen plea deal


President Trump reportedly found out on Wednesday night. The rest of us found out on Thursday morning when George Stephanopoulos broke the news about Michael Cohen pleading guilty about lying to Congress.

Cuomo: Trump is his own character assassin


CNN's Chris Cuomo breaks down President Trump's defense of a potential Trump Tower Moscow deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin.


Black Panthers mural in LA defaced with swastikas


A mural celebrating African-American achievement was defaced with swastikas on Thursday in Los Angeles, police said. They are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.

US warship sailed near contested islands after Hong Kong port visit


The US Navy sailed the guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville near contested islands in the South China Sea Monday, less than a week before US and Chinese leaders are due to meet for a high-stakes summit at the G20 in Argentina, two…

As global political heavyweights gather in Argentina, every wince and wink will be analyzed to predict what comes next


If the G20 were a music festival, you'd be stressing about not being there.

Lemon: Trump seems rattled by Cohen's reveal


CNN's Don Lemon breaks down the big revelations from President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen about plans for a Trump building in Russia.


Is Michael Cohen having a John Dean moment?


CNN's Tom Foreman explores the similarities between President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen and former Nixon White House counsel John Dean.

Trang Tien: Hanoi's most famous street?


Hanoi Kids, a free tour group run by volunteers, takes us on a journey to beautiful Trang Tien Street.


Cohen plea is very bad news for Trump


Michael Cohen's guilty plea and its documentation show us that Cohen is cooperating with Robert Mueller, says Elie Honig. Federal cooperation is all or nothing, says Honig, so if Cohen's cooperating, that should cause Donald Trump some…

Cooper: Cohen lied because Trump lied to US


CNN's Anderson Cooper calls out President Trump for his past statements about having no business deals or interests in Russia.

Concerns raised about 'traumatized' immigrant children still in custody


Advocates for immigrant families that were separated by the US government said Thursday they're concerned about a group of children who've remained in custody for months even though their parents had designated sponsors to take them in.

DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather Jr. charged with cryptocurrency fraud


Music producer DJ Khaled and boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. were charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission Thursday with promoting investments in initial cryptocurrency coin offerings without revealing that they'd been paid.