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From assassination survivor to Nobel winner, Malala Yousafzai turns 21

From assassination survivor to Nobel winner, Malala Yousafzai turns 21


Malala Yousafzai, the girl who became so famous as a schoolchild, is looking to make a step into the adult world of politics.

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Ahead of Cambodia’s election, questions are being asked about how this tax boss made his fortune

When Walter Carr's car broke down, he walked all night for a 20-mile trip so he could be on time for his first day of work at a moving company.

The CEO was so impressed that he gave the Alabama college student his own 2014 Ford Escape.

California bear cools off in a pool before being taken home, police say.

DNA leads to arrest of Indiana man in decades-old murder. @tvkatesnow reports.

Michael Caputo, former Trump campaign adviser: "I believe he was too stubborn on this issue (of Russian meddling), but I think he's clarified on it"

Chris Cuomo: "Let's just speak the truth for the audience's sake, okay. He wasn't stubborn, or tough, or strong with Putin."

Richard 'Old Man' Harrison of 'Pawn Stars' cuts son, Christopher, out of his will, report says.

New laws to stop terrorists walking free from Australian prisons

New Jersey dad allegedly smothered 4-month-old son, smiles in mugshot.

Former wrestlers for Ohio State University file pair of lawsuits claiming the school knew about abuse by Dr. Strauss and did nothing to stop it.

France's Kylian Mbappe is donating his #WorldCup winnings to a Paris charity

Republican Rep. Martha Roby will survive a primary runoff in Alabama, CNN projects, defeating former Democratic congressman-turned-pro-Donald Trump conservative Bobby Bright

Japanese city running out of ninjas as the population shrinks.

'Quadrillion' tons of diamonds discovered deep below Earth's surface.

"We have a president with no shame, and a party with no spine." - The New York Times columnist @tomfriedman on the aftermath of the Trump-Putin summit

"Based on what he said and what he meant through the context of other statements, Trump can say he misspoke, but he definitely wound up saying what he meant," says CNN's @ChrisCuomo. #FactsFirst

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