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Was your family affected by the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943? Leave CNN a voicemail

This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in German-occupied Poland. As part of our coverage, CNN would like to include personal stories about how families were… [...]

Sicilian island sees record-high migrant arrivals by boat

A record of more than 2,000 migrants arrived on the Sicilian island of Lampedusa in the past day, an Italian official said on Saturday. [...]

Daylight savings row leaves Lebanon on brink of two timezones

Already facing one of the world's worst economic crises, the Lebanese people could soon face a new challenge -- two different timezones. [...]

'I am not scared': Disqualified Gandhi will continue questioning Modi

Indian opposition leader Rahul Gandhi said on Saturday he had been disqualified from parliament because he has been asking Prime Minister Narendra Modi tough questions about his relationship with Gautam… [...]

Americans are going all-in on cash. That could spell more trouble

In the wake of Silicon Valley Bank's collapse and subsequent banking meltdown, cash is king. The turmoil inflicted on financial markets has sent cautious investors running away from volatile markets… [...]

Are cell phone calls on airplane flights inevitable?

Ah, holiday travel. Between huge crowds and weather delays, flying during this time of year is hectic. Now close your eyes and imagine the entire scenario with one additional annoyance:… [...]

Russia expert has theory on why Putin made newest nuclear threat

Former CNN Moscow bureau chief Jill Dougherty discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin's new threat to place strategic nuclear weapons inside Ukraine's neighbor, Belarus. [...]

GPS Web Extra: Jon Stewart on the weapon of disinformation

Comedian Jon Stewart argues that Americans are not polarized because they are siloed but because of the weaponization of information. [...]

Drone footage shows 'pure destruction' in Mississippi

Storm chaser Zachary Hall describes the destruction in Mississippi after powerful storms and at least one tornado pummeled the Southeast, ripping roofs off homes, nearly leveling some neighborhoods and knocking… [...]

In a second attack, 10 rockets targeted US base in Syria

President Joe Biden emphasized that the US will "forcefully protect our people," a day after approving retaliatory airstrikes in response to a drone attack by an Iranian-backed group in Syria.… [...]

See where storm is headed next

More than 20 people were killed after powerful storms and at least one tornado pummeled Mississippi on Friday night, ripping roofs off homes, nearly leveling some neighborhoods and knocking out… [...]

Doubts about both China and the United States are driving an arms race in the Indo-Pacific with echoes of World War II and new levels of risk. [...]

Who Will Take Care of Italy’s Older People? Robots, Maybe.

The Western world’s oldest population is facing a crisis of caregivers. Some are looking for a little helping, plastic, hand. [...]

The U.S. Volunteers in Ukraine Who Lie, Waste and Bicker

People who would not be allowed anywhere near the battlefield in a U.S.-led war are active on the Ukrainian front, with ready access to American weapons. [...]

Paul Rusesabagina, ‘Hotel Rwanda’ Hero, Freed From Prison

Paul Rusesabagina, a critic of Rwanda’s president, was tricked into entering the country, then sentenced to 25 years after what his supporters called a show trial. [...]

Rahul Gandhi Disqualified From Lok Sabha After Conviction

The expulsion of Rahul Gandhi is a devastating blow to the once-powerful Indian National Congress party. He and several other politicians are now in jeopardy through India’s legal system. [...]

Saturday’s March Madness: UConn Falls to Ohio State

The Huskies had been in every Final Four since 2008. In the round of 16 against Ohio State, UConn had no answer for an aggressive press. [...]

Mississippi’s Season is Done. Coach Yo Says the Rebels are Just Warming Up.

Yolett McPhee-McCuin, buoyed by her confidence, represents a new wave of coaching in women’s college basketball. “We’re gliding now,” she said of her Rebels. [...]

Shiffrin and Diggins Put On a Show This Season. Can the U.S. Build on It?

Mikaela Shiffrin and Jessie Diggins are skiing unicorns. American skiing wants to make sure the next stars don’t have to be. [...]

For Those Chasing N.C.A.A. Glory, Madison Square Garden Is More Than Another Stop

Some players grew up in New York but hadn’t played on its biggest stage. Others were learning about it anew in this N.C.A.A. men’s tournament. [...]

In Her New Book, Kara Goucher Keeps Running Accountable

The American long-distance runner has shared her story in “The Longest Race” at a moment of reckoning for the elite running world. [...]

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