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  1. A Maui woman who went missing more than two weeks ago after a hike has been found alive.
  2. 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.
  3. A Maui woman who went missing for more than two weeks after a hike has been found alive.
  4. A yoga instructor who went for a hike in Maui last week has not been seen since, and police are asking for the public's help in locating her.
  5. 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.
  6. President Donald Trump's departure for Tokyo on Friday kicks off a summer of global jet-setting that takes him to five separate countries -- and confines him to the presidential aircraft for more than 80 hours flying overseas.
  7. President Donald Trump arrived in Japan on Saturday eager for a visit salted with flattery and pomp — particularly as he escapes a hostile political environment back home.
  8. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway claims that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is not "pro-woman" because Pelosi declined to speak with Conway about negotiations with the White House.
  9. Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight has posted a pair of videos to Twitter in which he affirms his long-held support for President Donald Trump and calls him "the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln."
  10. On Memorial Day -- or really Memorial Night -- CNN will air an hour-long special featuring comedian Colin Quinn. I reached out to Colin to talk about how he developed the special, how comedy fits into this current political moment and his views on President Donald Trump.
  11. When Barbara Paulding was 44 years old, Joe Biden had been a member of the United States Senate from Delaware for more than a decade -- and Pete Buttigieg was about to be born.
  12. A federal judge on Friday night blocked President Donald Trump from tapping into Defense Department funds to build parts of his US-Mexico border wall.
  13. CNN's Erin Burnett criticizes President Trump for giving Attorney General William Barr sweeping powers to look into the Russia probe.
  14. A former longtime Republican congressman called Friday for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, who he said is an "illegitimate president."
  15. A volcanic eruption on the Indonesian island of Bali has resulted in the cancellation of some flights overnight, Reuters reports.
  16. CNN's Anderson Cooper questions Facebook VP for Product Policy and Counterterrorism Monika Bickert on the company's decision to keep a manipulated video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi up on their platform, which makes it appear that Pelosi is slurring her words.
  17. 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.
  18. CNN's Michael Smerconish examines the growing divide between President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
  19. Gregory Beck was on his way to his St. Louis home in his wheelchair when tornado sirens sounded.
  20. Indiana authorities are desperately searching for a 4-year-old boy who was swept away in a flooded creek after heavy rains hit the region.
  21. 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.
  22. Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's complaining about lack of outdoor activity may be part of a plan to escape from detention before his sentencing next month, federal officials allege.
  23. French police have launched a manhunt for the suspect in Friday's explosion in Lyon, which injured at least 13 people.
  24. Growing up as an evangelical, Pete Holmes thought he was doing everything right. He believed in the Bible -- all of it -- and said he didn't smoke, drink or have sex before marriage.
  25. Lil Nas X, the rapper who first made headlines when his rap song "Old Town Road" was kicked off the country charts, is now stirring up controversy with his Wrangler partnership.
  26. 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.
  27. Ayesha Curry shuts down commentator who body-shamed her 10-month-old son on Instagram
  28. "No food, no drink, no watermelon." That's what one staffer at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts allegedly told a group of black students on a field trip to the arts institution.
  29. Former President Barack Obama surprised students at the Washington Nationals Youth Baseball Academy.
  30. The discount supermarket chain Aldi recalled 5-lb. bags of its Baker's Corner All-Purpose Flour on Thursday because they may be contaminated with E. coli.
  31. They don't build them like they used to. Owners of a replica of Noah's Ark are suing their insurers, saying the companies failed to adequately cover damage caused by heavy rain.
  32. The mother of a New Hampshire high school student who received free food from a lunchroom worker told a local newspaper that her son is not a needy child.
  33. It's one of the biggest indie rock songs of all time -- and for 20 years British band The Verve didn't make a cent off "Bitter Sweet Symphony."
  34. Canadian pop star Celine Dion appeared on "The Late Late Show with James Corden" to bid farewell to Las Vegas, where she has sold over $630M in tickets.
  35. Oh yes, he did it!
  36. "Aladdin," Disney's live-action reboot of its 1992 animated hit, made $7 million on its opening night Thursday.

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