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 •  With the help of berries, river water and a will to live, 35-year-old Amanda Eller survived being lost and alone in a Hawaiian forest for 17 days
It had been more than two weeks that she had been lost in a thick Hawaiian forest, and Amanda Eller was at an end.
 •  Watch rescuer's epic reaction to finding hiker
Cell phone footage captures the moment rescuers airlift a woman who went missing for more than two weeks after a hike in a Hawaii forest.
 •  Maui hiker breaks down in tears from hospital bed
A yoga instructor who went missing for more than two weeks in a Hawaii forest tears up talking about her rescue.
 •  'It was unbelievable, dude:' Rescuers describe finding Eller
More than two weeks ago, Amanda Eller hiked into a forest in Hawaii and disappeared.
 •  2 hikers missing for 5 days used a water-purifying straw to stay alive
Two hikers who were missing for nearly five days used a water-purifying straw to survive and were rescued after search teams discovered and followed two sets of footprints in a California canyon, according to the local sheriff's office.
 •  How to protect yourself on hiking trails
Alarming headlines about missing hikers or worse can trigger panic about trail safety and the risks of exploring remote areas.
 •  Donald Trump, stable genius
If Washington politics were a movie, this week might be the time you turn to your companion and say, "Who writes this stuff?": 
 •  Sumo, golf and barbeque: Trump and Abe bond after a tweet underscored divides
A sunny round of golf, double hamburgers for lunch, ringside seats at a Sumo wrestling "basho" and a barbeque dinner. Those were the components Sunday of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's latest bid to become President Donald Trump's best global friend.
 •  Retired Lt. Gen. on Trump tweet: I don't even know what that means ...
Retired Lt. Gen Mark Hertling criticizes President Trump for saying he doesn't find North Korea's missile tests disturbing while on a visit to Japan.
 •  SE Cupp explains Trump's 'perfect' exit ramp out of office
CNN's SE Cupp says President Donald Trump enjoys the fun parts of being President but hates doing the hard work.
 •  Why it took Facebook so long to act on doctored Pelosi video
It took Facebook more than a day to downgrade a doctored video making House Speaker Nancy Pelosi look like she was slurring her words -- and the video itself remains on the site, with copycats proliferating.
 •  Trump says Rolling Thunder ride will return to DC, organizers say not so fast
As hundreds of thousands of motorcyclists arrive in the nation's capital Sunday to participate in the final Rolling Thunder, where they pay tribute to service members killed in action or taken as prisoners of war, President Donald Trump says the event will continue next year -- even as the group's president says the annual event is set to end.
 •  Analysis: 'Infrastructure Week' seems to be cursed
Like the Bermuda Triangle or Spinal Tap's new drummer, the words "Infrastructure Week" seem to be cursed.
 •  Iowa GOP senator: US-China trade war 'hurtful' to farmers
Republican Sen. Joni Ernst said Sunday that the US-China trade war is "hurtful" to farmers, a group that makes up a considerable portion of her Iowa constituency.
 •  Trump voter: I'm considering a Democrat
As the 2020 presidential campaign heats up, Joe Biden and President Donald Trump look to Pennsylvania voters. CNN's Gary Tuchman has the latest.
 •  Former 'CBS Evening News' host's explosive reason why he was fired
"60 Minutes" correspondent Scott Pelley explains why he lost his job as host of "CBS Evening News."
 •  Legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Bart Starr dies at 85
Bart Starr, the Hall of Fame Green Bay Packers quarterback who won the first two Super Bowl titles in the 1960s, died at the age of 85 in Birmingham, Alabama, the Packers said.
 •  Judge suspended over anti-Trump digs
A Utah judge has been suspended for six months over anti-Trump comments he made in court and on social media.
 •  Woman suffers 'significant bite injuries' in Florida alligator attack
A woman has been airlifted to a hospital after she was bitten by an alligator in Florida, according to the Brevard County Fire and Rescue service.
 •  47-year-old man charged with giving drugs to a 13-year-old girl who later died
A 47-year-old man who brought a 13-year-old to a Massachusetts hospital shortly before she died has been charged with giving the girl drugs, prosecutors said.
 •  10 people shot, one fatally, at holiday gathering in Virginia
Gunfire broke out at a neighborhood gathering in Virginia, leaving at least eight people hospitalized with injuries, authorities said.
 •  French prosecutors will try a man in absentia for a murder in Ireland 22 years ago
Perched on a bench in the quiet courtyard of a pub, Ian Bailey is signing a copy of his self-published book of poetry for a young American woman. He then opens a folded paper printout of his latest work.
 •  German Jews warned not to wear kippahs in public after rise in anti-Semitism
German Jews have been warned by a leading government official not to wear traditional kippahs in all public settings following a rise in anti-Semitic attacks across the country.
 •  Strong earthquake felt across Peru
An 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck northern Peru on Sunday morning, according to preliminary readings from the United States Geological Survey.
 •  Auburn football announcer dies in car crash
The decorated Auburn University football announcer who narrated the team's stunning last-second win over Alabama known as the "Kick Six" died in a car crash Saturday night, the university said.
 •  He thought he could jump a bridge in his Chevy Cruze. Now he and his passenger are dead
Two men died early Friday when a driver tried to jump a car over an opening created by a pontoon swing bridge in southwestern Louisiana, state police said on Facebook.
 •  Moby apologizes to Natalie Portman after claiming that they dated
Moby is apologizing for what he wrote about Natalie Portman in his new memoir, "Then It Fell Apart."
 •  West Point's diverse grad photo goes viral
The 2019 graduating class at The United States Military Academy features the most African-American women graduating together in the school's history.
 •  Raptors slay one giant, but another awaits in finals
 •  Teen pushes man in wheelchair home during storm
Gregory Beck was on his way to his St. Louis home in his wheelchair when tornado sirens sounded.
 •  Stephen Curry's wife calls out comment body-shaming her son
Ayesha Curry shuts down commentator who body-shamed her 10-month-old son on Instagram
 •  Soldier braves rain to honor fallen comrades
When a severe storm swept through the Washington area before the start of Memorial Day weekend, it didn't stop the 3rd US Infantry Regiment from placing flags at the graves of fallen soldiers, including at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
 •  Everest mountaineer warned of overcrowding before his death
A British mountaineer who recently died on Everest warned of overcrowding at the summit in his last post to social media.
 •  Kids lose it when they spot Obama at practice
Former President Barack Obama surprised students at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.
 •  A Korean War vet's family couldn't attend his funeral. Thousands of strangers showed up
Thousands of people, some of whom drove hundreds of miles, packed the funeral of a Korean War veteran they'd never met when they heard his family couldn't come.
 •  Sister finds unique way to honor veteran brother
Nick Gordon killed himself in 2016 after serving in the US military in Afghanistan. This Memorial Day, his sister will honor him with a performance at the Arlington National Cemetery, where he is buried.
 •  Difference between Memorial Day and Veterans Day
We are here to make sure you don't embarrass yourself.
 •  Avoid these recalled foods if you're firing up the grill
If you're planning on firing up the grill this Memorial Day weekend, you may want to double check your fridge and pantry before you get a very un-festive surprise.
 •  The grossest health concerns of summer
You are not the only one who thrives in the summer and loves its warm, long days. Bacteria and other microbes that cause food poisoning, diarrhea and just general grossness also flourish, threatening to make it a season to be sick.
 •  In photos: Memorial Day weekend
Across the United States people are paying tribute to fallen military service members over the Memorial Day weekend. The holiday is observed on the last Monday in May.
 •  Save big on bedding and mattresses this Memorial Day
 •  Upgrade your wardrobe during Cole Haan's massive 40% off Memorial Day sale
 •  Score big on the Instant Pot, Roomba and more this Memorial Day
 •  Your A-Z guide to the top Memorial Day sales happening right now
 •  Mailman gets epic surprise from entire neighborhood
Longtime mail carrier Floyd Martin retired from his neighborhood route in Georgia and neighbors decorated their mailboxes for him, presented him with gifts and threw a tearful block party. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
 •  These four Indy 500 drivers are looking for historic wins at the race's 103rd running
Every Indy 500 driver wants to kiss the bricks, chug milk and hoist a trophy. But at the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday, four drivers will be racing to cement their names in history.
 •  How an internet mob falsely painted a Chipotle employee as racist
Dominique Moran knew something was wrong as soon as she awakened that Friday morning. She turned on her smartphone and saw the first of what would become a barrage of texts and voicemails.
 •  He's valedictorian of his high school class. The salutatorian? His identical twin
When Deontae and Deontre Wright receive diplomas at their high school's commencement Wednesday afternoon, they'll know who to thank for their motivation.
 •  Here's the worst-case scenario for the US-China trade war
It turns out trade wars are not short and not so easy to win, as President Donald Trump once tweeted. As the US-China trade war drags on, economists are sharpening their pencils, forecasting what a protracted trade war would cost.
 •  'We could talk ourselves into a recession,' one Fed official says
The economic mood in the United States has changed quickly over the past six months. At the end of last year, the stock market suffered a steep decline, consumer spending tanked, and economists were forecasting a recession around the corner.
 •  Bitcoin hit $8,000 again. What's behind the rise
Bitcoin just surged past $8,000 on Tuesday, hitting its highest mark since last July. It tapered off slightly by mid-afternoon, but is still trading at its highest level in nearly a year.
 •  The World War II veteran said he didn't do anything. I almost believed him
The old man said he didn't do anything. I only half believed him.
 •  Kids need our presence more than presents
The hardest decision I ever made as a father was leaving my then-5-year-old son in Atlanta with his mother (my ex-wife) so I could take a better-paying job in New York. I did so with one singular goal in mind: to be in a better position to pay for his college tuition.
 •  The two viral outbreaks plaguing our country
Right now, our country is facing two viral outbreaks. Both are incredibly dangerous and one fuels the spread of the other. The first: More than 800 cases of measles have been confirmed in the United States this year. The second? A plague of misinformation.
 •  What awaits John Walker Lindh after prison?
The message arrived as we were passing through airport security. A US returnee from ISIS-held territory needed help. Reintegrating back into his American community was not going well. His past was doggedly blocking his prospects for the future. And the same drivers that often push people into extremist groups -- isolation, trauma and societal marginalization -- were weighing on him once again.
 •  Kellyanne Conway takes her sexist cues from Trump
This is surreal. On Thursday the President of the United States tweeted a mashup of the Speaker of the House to make it look as if she is drunk, incapacitated or slurring her words. The video was originally spread on social media before a Fox Business Network program featured it on air, prompting speculation about Pelosi's health and ostensibly inspiring the President's tweet. The is one of several doctored videos that have been circulating on social media. While YouTube has taken action and removed the clip, it remains on Facebook and Twitter.
 •  Forget your 401k if you own a home (do this)
 •  9 cards charging 0% interest until 2021
 •  5 stocks for building wealth after 50
 •  China is building hundreds of new airports
 •  These schoolgirls want an end to child marriage
 •  Taiwan's first mass gay wedding
 •  Naomi Osaka 'can win 10 grand slams'
Two-time grand slam champion Naomi Osaka could dominate the women's game for years to come and win as many as 10 major titles, says Chinese great Li Na.
 •  Ireland to liberalize divorce laws
Divorce laws in the Republic of Ireland will be liberalized after the results of a referendum were revealed Sunday morning.
 •  2 dead after possible tornado in Oklahoma
Officials are going door to door to assess damage after a possible tornado ripped through Oklahoma late Saturday night.
 •  Massive boulder blocks Colorado highway
A road in Colorado is closed indefinitely due to a massive rock slide that produced two boulders large enough to wipe out a significant portion of the pavement.
 •  College softball player hospitalized after teammate's throw hit her in the face
A pitcher for the University of Texas softball team was taken to a hospital Friday after a ball thrown by her own teammate struck her in the face, the team said on Twitter.
 •  Pilot dead in a plane crash on Georgia's St. Simons Island
A pilot is dead after a single-engine airplane crashed Saturday on St. Simons Island on the Georgia coast, the Glynn County Police Department said.
 •  Central US reels from week of deadly weather
Ten people are dead and a 4 year-old boy remains missing after more than a week of severe weather across the central US that put tens of millions of people at risk.
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