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The new prince was born Monday and weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Mother and child are "both doing well," Kensington Palace announced.

Abdeslam still faces trial over the 2015 Paris attacks. But a Belgian court punished him for attempted terrorist murder, related to the shootout that ended his time on the run in 2016.

LeeAnne Walters demanded action from local officials, confronting them with bottles of discolored water. They dismissed her for months. She meticulously documented lead levels in Flint homes.

A new exhibit at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum contextualizes American action — and inaction — during the Nazi rise to power. A 96-year-old Holocaust survivor says it's about time.

"I did that completely out of a selfish act," said James Shaw Jr. after disarming the gunman. "I was completely doing it just to save myself. Now, me doing that, I did save other people."

The former Soviet nation of Georgia now consumes more power in mining cryptocurrencies than the United States. What's going on?

Using historical data and estimates from deep-sea trawls that drag nets along the ocean floor, researchers estimate that millions of tons of catch have gone unreported in the last 50 years.

Also: The Paris bombing suspect is convicted in a separate Brussels attack; Mike Pompeo's Secretary of State nomination is drawing opposition; and a man once mauled by a bear survives a shark attack.

The CIA director faces a narrow path through a closely divided Senate, but Republicans are confident he has the votes to win confirmation on the floor later this week.

It's little known that the CIA uses Amazon Web Services to store its data, and, now, it's the favorite for a big-money Pentagon contract to do the same. Amazon's tentacles go to other agencies, too.

While President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron share personal chemistry, their bond may be tested on issues such as strategy in Syria, the Iran nuclear deal and trade.

An FDA advisory committee last week urged approval of a drug containing cannabidiol to treat a form of epilepsy. Other scientists wonder if CBD might ease anxiety or other disorders, too.

A suicide bomber has targeted a voter registration center in Kabul, Afghanistan. Dozens are dead and more than 100 wounded.

A gunman wearing only a green jacket opened fire at a restaurant near Nashville, Tenn. As the search for 29-year-old Travis Reinking continues, police say there's reason to believe he's still armed.

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