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 •  Secretary of State Tillerson viewed Trump's public rebuke of AG Sessions as unprofessional, sources say
 
 •  President Trump scolds Sessions in NYT interview
President Donald Trump said in an interview with The New York Times that he would not have chosen Jeff Sessions to be his attorney general if he knew he would recuse himself over matters related to the 2016 presidential campaign.
 
 •  Sessions responds to Trump's NYT interview
Attorney General Jeff Sessions responds to President Trump saying that he would not have picked Sessions to be attorney general if he had known Sessions would recuse himself over matters related to the 2016 campaign.
 
 •  Trump tests the limits of presidential power
Donald Trump is the no-limits President.
 
 •  The many unearthed interactions between Trump-world and Russia, documented
The White House acknowledged this week that President Donald Trump met Russian President Vladimir Putin during the G20 dinner for an hour -- a meeting that went undisclosed for weeks until it came out in press reports. This non-disclosure follows a pattern when it comes to some meetings between Trump associates and Russians. The interactions span back to the in-person meeting at Trump Tower in the summer of 2016 between senior Trump campaign officials and a group of well-connected Russians.
 
 •  Driver due in court after 9 deaths in tractor-trailer
The driver of a tractor-trailer turned deadly transporter for undocumented migrants is due to face criminal charges in a Texas court Monday in what police are calling a human trafficking crime.
 
 •  Boy in HIV remission for years without drugs
A 9-year-old South African boy diagnosed with HIV when he was 1 month old has been in HIV remission for 8½ years -- without regular treatment.
 
 •  Hospital treating baby gets death threats
The London hospital where baby Charlie Gard is being treated for a rare genetic disorder has been receiving death threats.
 
 •  IMF slashes US growth forecasts
 
 •  US commissions largest-ever warship
The United States has just sent "a 100,000-ton message to the world," says US President Donald Trump.
 
 •  Jordan Spieth rallies to win British Open
 
 •  'Dunkirk' soars at the box office
"Dunkirk" won at the box office and "Girls Trip" surprised.
 
 •  'Made in Germany' faces new test
 
 •  Layoffs start at factory Trump helped save
Donald Trump helped convince Carrier not to move its Indianpolis furnace plant to Mexico, but now the company is eliminating hundreds of jobs. CNN's Martin Savidge has the story.
 
 •  90 at rapper's concert are hospitalized
More than 90 people were hospitalized in Connecticut during a concert headlined by musician Chance the Rapper, authorities said.
 
 •  Spokesman: Trump still unsure of Russia meddling
US President Donald Trump remains unconvinced that Russia attempted to influence the 2016 election, his new White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said on Sunday.
 
 •  Who is Anthony Scaramucci?
President Trump tapped Anthony Scaramucci as his new White House Communications Director. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
 
 •  White House supports sanctions bill, Huckabee Sanders says
A day after congressional negotiators announced an agreement on a Russian sanctions bill, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the administration was also on board.
 
 •  Senator: Trump's Russia stance 'bizarre'
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Sen. Al Franken responds to President Trump's continued doubts over the Russian interference in the 2016 election.
 
 •  Trump Jr.'s legal team adds another lawyer
Donald Trump Jr.'s legal team has a new member.
 
 •  In 2016 op-ed aimed at Trump, WH communications director wrote 'America deserves better'
Anthony Scaramucci, the new White House communications director, wrote a scathing column in early 2016 aimed at then-GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, warning that the abandonment of "common decency out of primeval fear" echoed some of the worst examples of US history.
 
 •  Marines face challenges in Afghanistan
The plume of smoke and dust rose over the runway, high above the now-deserted but once costly and vital control towers.
 
 •  Opinion: What 'SNL' got wrong on Spicer
Thanks to "Saturday Night Live,' we have two versions of Sean Spicer. There's the sympathetic one who Melissa McCarthy plays hilariously on the late-night show. And then there's the Spicer who has defended many of Donald Trump's outrageous claims with false statements and outright lies.
 
 •  Michael Phelps loses race to great white shark
 
 •  Elephants rescued from Sri Lankan sea
Elephants still can't fly, but maybe they can swim -- at least for a little bit.
 
 •  NFLer saves man's life at airport
 
 •  MLBer sets new American League record
 
 •  Basketball Hall of Famer dies at 101
 
 •  Judge offers reduced sentence for sterilization
A program in White County, Tennessee, is drawing criticism for offering inmates reduced jail sentences in exchange for receiving vasectomies or birth control implants.
 
 •  90 moments from the '90s
With presidential impeachment hearings, O.J. Simpson's murder trial and the golden age of TV sitcoms, the last 10 years of the 20th century were an unforgettable time for those who lived through them. The '90s were a time of peace and prosperity for many Americans, but the "last great decade" also saw the rise of terrorism, genocides and famine in parts of the globe. Here are 90 moments that defined the decade, and in many cases, shaped the world we live in today.
 
 •  'Stranger Things' Season 2 trailer is full of thrills
The gang on "Stranger Things" may have rescued their friend from the Upside Down in Season 1. But the lives of the people of Hawkins, Indiana, are anything but right-side up when the new season begins.
 
 •  Honorary Alaska 'mayor,' Stubbs the cat, dies
In today's political climate, catty politicians claw for every vote, but the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, was different. His ability to unite through cuddles and his fondness for naps made him remarkable, and this mayor -- Stubbs the cat -- also proved that opposable thumbs aren't necessary for success in politics.
 
 •  Mice caught on tape at Chipotle
After customers posted this video showing mice inside a Dallas Chipotle, the chain's stock plunged 3%.
 
 •  William and Harry regret their final call with Princess Diana
Prince William and Prince Harry have spoken of their regret at the brevity of their final phone call with their mother, Princess Diana, just hours before her 1997 death in a car crash in Paris.
 
 •  Life of Princess Diana, 20 years after her death
 
 •  Did he just touch the Queen? Yes, he did
The Governor General of Canada broke with protocol when he held Queen Elizabeth II's arm during a visit to Canada House in London.
 
 •  Princess Diana's personal belongings on display
From Lionel Richie cassette tapes to her beloved ballet shoes, personal objects that reveal the private life of Princess Diana are going on display in Buckingham Palace .
 
 •  'Worn out' Prince George gets off plane
Britain's Prince William and his royal family are touring Poland and Germany, but Prince George was reluctant to get off of the plane in Warsaw.
 
 •  Vacation options when money is no object
When money is no object, luxury travel can offer extraordinary experiences.
 
 •  The airline industry's huge waste problem
Every day, Emirates' airline catering facility prepares 180,000 meals to service its more than 400 daily flights around the globe. The Emirates facility is one of the world's biggest airline food factories, but there are similar operations across the world.
 
 •  The week in 23 photos
Take a look at 23 photos of the week from July 14 through July 20.
 
 •  Actors audition to play teen Dumbledore
Aubrey Plaza, Nick Offerman, Patton Oswalt, and more audition to play a teenage Albus Dumbledore at Comic Con in San Diego, California.
 
 •  Why you should see 'Dunkirk' in 70mm
 
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 •  Steve Jobs' life is now an opera
"The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" is set to open on Saturday night at the Santa Fe Opera, home to the largest summer-opera festival in U.S.
 
 •  San Antonio victims deserve our compassion, not condemnation
Early Sunday morning, a horrific scene unfolded in the parking lot of a San Antonio Walmart. A call from a Walmart employee led to the discovery of dozens of alleged undocumented immigrants packed inside an 18-wheeler.
 
 •  Trump just gave Russia a 'beautiful' gift
 
 •  Eric Holder: This is how you fix a broken Congress
 
 •  Where did the antimatter go?
 
 •  Why cancer is not a war, fight, or battle
 
 •  Brilliant tip to pay off your home at a furious pace
 
 •  Getting ready to sell? Find out what your home is worth now
 
 •  3 cards charging 0% interest until 2019
 
 •  Democrats seek to unify under a new economic agenda
Democrats will soon unveil an economic agenda that leaders hope will bring progressives and moderate Democrats who voted for President Donald Trump together, creating a united front ahead of next year's midterm elections.
 
 •  Scaramucci to WH staff: Leaks need to stop
Anthony Scaramucci, the incoming White House Communications Director, outlines his new communications strategy for the Trump administration, which includes meeting with the White House's communications staff to inform them that internal leaks need to stop.
 
 •  Sean Spicer's very short term, ranked
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced his resignation after 182 days on the job, marking the end of a tumultuous and combative run -- as well as one of the shortest tenures in the position's history.
 
 •  Official: Kushner leading WH outreach on Jerusalem crisis
The White House is reaching out to international leaders to quell the crisis in Jerusalem, a senior administration official confirmed to CNN on Sunday.
 
 •  Her cancer diagnosis didn't surprise her -- her genetic test did
 
 •  Foods that can help weight loss
Whether it's turning to supplements, juices or new challenging workouts, it seems everyone is looking for the magic weight loss bullet. But sometimes, losing weight may just be a matter of tweaking your diet -- and eating foods that work for you, not against you.
 
 •  Deadly salmonella outbreak linked to papayas
Forty-seven people in 12 states have become infected with salmonella believed to be linked to yellow Maradol papayas, federal health officials said Friday.
 
 •  'The Walking Dead' new trailer reveals older Rick Grimes
The producers of "The Walking Dead" began their panel at San Diego Comic-Con on a somber note on Friday by paying tribute to the stuntman who died last week on the show's set.
 
 •  'Valerian' makes early bid for worst movie of the year
Director Luc Besson's comic adaptation starring Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne an early candidate for worst movie of the year
 
 •  Will Smith says 'Star Wars' was better than sex
Will Smith's love for science fiction started at a young age.
 
 •  Jason Bateman's 'Ozark' is worth a Netflix binge
Jason Bateman wears multiple hats as producer, director and star in "Ozark," a grim Netflix drama that starts with a familiar premise.
 
 •  7 rooftop bars for the total solar eclipse
 
 •  Instant vacation: 58 awesome photos
 
 •  Club-hopping where blues music got 'dirty'
 
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