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President says local politicians inflated costs for the event, plans to attend parade in Paris
President Donald Trump said Friday that he canceled a US military parade planned for Veterans Day weekend, blaming Washington city officials for inflating costs amid reports that indicated the event's price tag had soared over initial estimates.

Analysis: The Trump military parade was always a really bad idea
On Thursday night, the Pentagon said that it was shelving the much-ballyhooed military parade in Washington -- until at least next year. On Friday morning, President Donald Trump tried to explain why.

This is the kind of parade Trump wants
President Donald Trump was French President Macron's guest of honor at the Bastille Day celebrations. The leaders enjoyed pageantry, music and an extended handshake.

Here's how other countries do military parades
President Donald Trump wants a military parade. We look at which other countries around the world can show him how its done.

The US has held military parades before
President Donald Trump's latest marching orders to the Pentagon could end a nearly 30-year hiatus of major military parades in the US.

Hours before his arrest, Watts pleaded for his family's return
Nearly 24 hours before Chris Watts was arrested in the disappearance of his pregnant wife and young daughters in Colorado, he stood outside his house and publicly pleaded for their safe return.

Video shows Shanann Watts tell husband about pregnancy
Video shows the Colorado woman Shanann Watts telling her husband Chris Watts about her pregnancy. Chris Watts has been charged with murdering Shanann and their two daughters.

Mormons don't want you calling them Mormons anymore
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is embarking on a rebranding effort of sorts.

Inside the fire tornado that killed a firefighter
The winds raged, as fast as 165 mph, uprooting trees and ripping off roofs. Windows on firefighting bulldozers shattered as gusts inside the vortex hurled debris, rocks and embers. Temperatures inside likely exceeded 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit.

Bird's-eye view shows deadly fire tornado
Videos released with an official report on the California wildfires show a massive funnel of smoke and flames in a populated area.

Anti-Semitism is so bad in Britain that some Jews are planning to leave
Mark Lewis, a famed libel and privacy lawyer, is leaving Britain. Worn down by years of anti-Semitic abuse and death threats, he has decided enough is enough.

Vatican breaks silence on abuse report
The Vatican broke its silence on Thursday about a Pennsylvania grand jury report that detailed decades of sexual abuses by priests and cover-ups by bishops, calling the accusations "criminal and morally reprehensible."

Police use Taser on 87-year-old woman cutting dandelions with a knife
An 87-year-old grandmother using a knife to cut dandelions in the woods near her rural Georgia home last week was taken down by a police Taser and arrested, according a police report.

Manafort jury returns for Day 2 and Trump calls trial 'very sad'
The jury in the trial of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort returned to court Friday morning for its second day of deliberations, as the President said Manafort is a "very good person" and called the trial "very sad."

Trump won't comment on a possible pardon for Manafort

Democrats are weighing House leadership options
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi is facing mounting pressure over her future, with calls from members of her own party to step aside as discussions about potential successors gain more traction -- both in the national spotlight and among members of Congress.

Conway: Obsession with Trump is weird
Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway comments on CNN's report that Trump is considering stripping more security clearances soon.

Trump asks regulators to consider getting rid of quarterly reports

Retired admiral: You have embarrassed us
Retired Adm. William McRaven, the man who oversaw the 2011 Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden, issued a stunning rebuke of President Donald Trump's decision to revoke the security clearance of former CIA Director John Brennan, defending the former spy chief as "one of the finest public servants I have ever known."

Analysis: What Trump defenders get wrong about stripping Brennan's security clearance
Here's the explanation Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch gave when asked why he supported President Donald Trump's decision to strip former CIA Director John Brennan's security clearance:

Trump: I've never respected John Brennan
As he departed the White House for Marine One, President Trump made comments about John Brennan from the South Lawn.

Serena Williams learned her sister's killer was free minutes before losing match

A mysterious satellite worrying experts
US military analysts are concerned by Russian military satellites exhibiting strange behavior. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Super Bowl-champion QB injures shoulder

Opinion: Teachers donating sick days is a symptom of a wretched system
Donating sick and vacation days may seem like a thoughtful way to have a colleague's back, but it's also a spotlight on a gaping need to fix an utterly broken system.

Race to pump all the oil out of Texas

Reporter details life in the Conway household
After Kellyanne and George Conway invited Washington Post reporter Ben Terris into their home, he shares his experience and thoughts on the couple's dynamic.

MoviePass just changed its rules -- again

Suicide survivor gets historic face transplant
A suicide attempt left her without a face. Now she is on the cover of National Geographic as the youngest face transplant recipient in US history.

Escape from the Mayo Clinic: How CNN reported the story
Since CNN published the "Escape from the Mayo Clinic" stories, Mayo Clinic issued several responses that are critical of CNN's reporting. Mayo's responses misrepresent several facts.

Forget your 401k if you own a home (Do This)

Elon Musk: This has been the most painful year of my career

Tesla's stock falls after tearful interview

How Trump could ruin Elon Musk's plan

Could Elon Musk lose control of Tesla?

Who is Tesla's COO? (It's a trick question)

The final days of Aretha Franklin
Aretha Franklin's life ended with the legendary singer comforted by loved ones, her family and friends say.

Aretha's granddaughter posts home video
Victorie Franklin, Aretha Franklin's granddaughter, shared video of the "Queen of Soul" singing and playing the piano in March 2018, months before she passed away.

Tribute concert in the works 'months' before death
Aretha Franklin's life and legacy will be honored with a tribute concert later this fall.

What it was like to work with Aretha Franklin
LaJoyce Brookshire has one word for what it was like to work for Aretha Franklin.

Low-carb diets shorten your lifespan, study finds
A low-carb or high-carb diet raises your risk of death, a new study suggests, with people eating the food staple in moderation seeing the greatest benefits to their health.

The week in 25 photos
Take a look at 25 photos of the week from August 9 through August 16.

Kids buckled in power car that burst into flames
A mother pulled her two young children to safety just before their toy electric car burst into flames.

Amazon could be coming to a movie theater near you

4 things you can do to be recession-ready

Here's who will be hurt by New York's cap on Uber and Lyft
New York City's recent decision to place a one-year cap on new for-hire vehicle licenses is a sad example of government favoritism for the yellow taxi industry against fair-market competitors like Uber and Lyft. This will hurt poor and minority riders and entrepreneurs, and subject New Yorkers, like myself, further to the subway system's depressing 70,000 delays per month.

Scientists battle to explain the universe
In human history, there have been many interesting and epic feuds -- the Hatfields and McCoys, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, or the Notorious B.I.G and Tupac. Many of us love to read in tabloids or history books about the salacious details of how the bad blood came to be.

Trump's all-about-me approach warps presidency
Does anyone believe President Donald Trump's claim, issued via press secretary Sarah Sanders, that he wanted only to protect the country when he revoked former CIA director John Brennan's security clearance?

Hezbollah is a terror group. Wake up
Hezbollah's announcement of its impending "victory" in Syria may be a reaction against US sanctions against Iran, but the threat it poses is no less real.

Aretha: The undisputed Queen of Soul

Bernie Sanders: Medicare for all's time is now
Let's be clear. The American people are increasingly tired of a health care system that works for Wall Street investors, insurance companies and the pharmaceutical industry -- but ignores their needs. They want real change, and poll after poll shows that they want to move toward a Medicare-for-all, single-payer system. And for good reason.

Billionaires reach for stars while world suffers
With all due respect to Jeff Bezos and other billionaires who plan to spend billions of dollars of their personal wealth on space travel, hundreds of millions of children who lack access to basic health care and schooling more urgently need help right here on Earth.

How to pay off your house ASAP (it's so simple)

Japanese Billionaire's prediction will give you goosebumps

Fly practically free with these 4 travel cards

The Point: Just how many secret tapes does Omarosa actually have?
On Thursday afternoon, with the furor over Omarosa Manigault Newman's tell-all memoir of her year in the White House slightly fading, reality TV's favorite villain struck again.

Aretha Franklin and U.S. Presidents
"The Queen of Soul" Aretha Franklin met with many U.S. Presidents throughout her career. The legendary singer passed away on Thursday, August 16, at age 76.

Rep. John Lewis: Franklin a 'great spirit'
Civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) tells CNN's John King about memories he has of Aretha Franklin during the Civil Rights movement. He says that the world has lost a "beautiful soul" and "great spirit."

Democrats threaten to sue for Kavanaugh documents
Senate Democrats are threatening to sue for documents related to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's record, the latest escalation in a partisan battle over the court.

CDC graphic novel foreshadows outbreaks in California, Michigan

The man bringing rap music to the deaf community
As A$AP Rocky's "Praise the Lord" begins blaring through the speaker, Matt Maxey smiles. "Turn it up," he says, pointing his finger to the sky. Maxey is animated, kinetic. But he isn't just dancing; he's bringing the song to life. Every move has meaning.

Families fear chemicals in their tap water
It's been about three weeks since Tammy Cooper last drank water from her tap. That's when she saw a warning on Facebook for residents of her small Western Michigan town to stop drinking the water.

Life expectancy drops in the US, rises in Australia
Life expectancy fell across the majority of high-income countries, signaling a collective and simultaneous decline among affluent nations for the first time in decades, a new study finds.

Contact lens found in woman's eyelid after 28 years
Calling all contact lens users: Do not panic. (Shuddering is fine.)

Time has come for 'The Last Sharknado'
Proving even bad things must come to an end, the "Sharknado" franchise breathes its last -- at least for now -- with its sixth installment, "The Last Sharknado: It's About Time." Ridiculous even by the title's standards, this loud, obnoxious time-travel parody perhaps appropriately underscores the limits of gluttony -- embodied in this case by NBC Universal's hunger for synergistic profits.

Priyanka Chopra debuts her ring
It looks like Nick Jonas did good.

Madonna joins sexy-celebs-in-their-60s
If anyone could put the "sex" in "sexagenarian" it would be Madonna.

'Mile 22' loads up brutal action
The basic plot for "Mile 22" is about as challenging as the average CBS drama pilot, which is less of a problem because it's also almost wholly irrelevant. The fourth collaboration between Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg is devoted to visceral, brutally violent action, which this 90-some-odd-minute movie delivers in droves, even if the title is at least 21 miles more than it's worth driving to see it.

Philly beats NYC in this match, chef says

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