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home : news : cnn top stories June 24, 2016

What Brexit means for Americans
What does it mean for us? Potentially, everything -- the economy, national security, even the race for president. ... click to read more

Dow closes down more than 610 points
Investors around the world went into crisis mode as British voters chose to leave the European Union in a stunning decision with far-reaching implications. ... click to read more

A quick scan of UK's dramatic decision
They said, "Let's go," shocking the entire world. ... click to read more

Cameron's out; who's in?
Uncertain future as Brexit vote exposes divided Britain ... click to read more

Trump on Brexit: America is next
British voters just shattered political convention in a stunning repudiation of the ruling establishment. Donald Trump is betting America is about to do the same. ... click to read more

Obama says relationship with UK will endure
President Barack Obama said Friday that the relationship between the United States and the United Kingdom will not change following the Brexit vote. ... click to read more

Bergen: Brexit is a very British fiasco
The decision of British voters to split from the EU will go down as a historic self-inflicted wound, writes Peter Bergen ... click to read more

EU referendum in 90 seconds
The Leave campaign is set to win the UK's EU referendum -- making it the first country to vote to leave the Union. Find out how events unfold since the polls opened. ... click to read more

Comedian pranks Trump at golf course opening
Comedian Simon Brodkin crashed Donald Trump's Scottish golf course opening and tried to present him with swastika golf balls. ... click to read more

The week in 32 photos
Take a look at 32 photos of the week from June 17 through June 24. ... click to read more

Sanders: Yes, I will vote for Clinton
Bernie Sanders said Friday he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president in November, the strongest expression of support yet from the Vermont senator for his rival, and his clearest admission that he will not be the Democratic presidential nominee. ... click to read more

First national monument to LGBT rights
President Barack Obama announced Friday he was designating the area around the Stonewall Inn in New York City as the country's first national monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights. ... click to read more

The next LGBT cause: Gun control
The National Rifle Association, often thought of as a powerful, unbeatable special interest group, may have finally met its match. ... click to read more

At least 20 die in West Virginia flooding
At least 14 people have lost their lives in floodwaters raging through West Virginia, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said at a news conference Friday. ... click to read more

Will booze lure book lovers to Barnes & Noble?
Take that, Amazon! Barnes & Noble hopes that booze will lure book lovers back to its stores. ... click to read more

Bluegrass music legend dies
Bluegrass music pioneer Ralph Stanley died Thursday at the age of 89, publicist Kirt Webster announced on Stanley's official website. ... click to read more

How bad is Flint's water crisis?
The residents of Flint, Michigan, continue to face an unprecedented crisis over lead in water. Today, a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention makes clear how much damage was done. ... click to read more

Kristin Chenoweth blown away by fan duet
Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth was floored by a 16-year-old audience member that she randomly chose to sing a duet with her on stage. ... click to read more

Lewandowski: 4 names on Trump VP list
Donald Trump's list of possible vice presidential candidates has "no more than four" names on it right now, former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said Thursday. ... click to read more

U.S. attack jets land on highway
Four U.S. A-10 Thunderbolt jets recently landed on a highway in Estonia as part of a NATO exercise called Saber Strike. ... click to read more

LGBT flag 'nearly unbearable' to see
Up went the flag, and out poured the hate. ... click to read more

'Latin Night' goes on for Pulse in Orlando
While the Pulse nightclub remains closed after 49 people were killed there in a shooting rampage earlier this month, hundreds of Orlando residents came out for a fund-raiser for the victims' families and nightclub employees who were left without a job. ... click to read more

First Charleston, then Orlando
For the first time, a rainbow flag symbolizing LGBT pride drapes the front of Birmingham City Hall in Alabama. ... click to read more

Face to face with a mass gunman
Six rapid shots from a rifle -- Santa Monica Police Officer Robert Sparks, a former SWAT officer, knew the sound instantly. ... click to read more

Cops: Fugitive used boy as bait to lure girls
"The Hunt's" John Walsh profiles the case of Oscar Menjivar-Herrera, who is charged with sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl. ... click to read more

'Star Trek' actor's death: Jeep owners sue
Jeep Grand Cherokee owners are hitting Fiat Chrysler with a lawsuit over the design defect that is suspected in the death of "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin. ... click to read more

Fallon's new role for viral 8th grade impressionist
14-year-old Jack Aiello turned into a viral star after his impressions of the political candidates hit the web, and he ended up on "The Tonight Show." ... click to read more

How House Democrats made a little noise
House Democrats enjoyed something rare this week: relevance. ... click to read more

Famous sit-ins in history
U.S. Rep. John Lewis and fellow Democrats staged a sit-in at the House of Representatives on Wednesday, June 22. It's a form of protest that has been employed time and time again through history. ... click to read more

Obama's approval rating up to 52%
President Barack Obama's approval rating remains on the upswing, with 52% now approving of his performance as president, up a statistically insignificant one point since last month, but now five points above the 47% who approved in January. ... click to read more

Customer called 'fatty' on receipt
He just wanted to grab a cold beer with friends, but his night turned upside down after receiving a fat-shaming message. ... click to read more

Why male athletes are pulling out of the Olympics
Watching the news, Dr. William Schaffner wanted to reach into his television set and give soccer player Hope Solo this message: "You have it all backward!" ... click to read more

Jaguar killed during Olympic event
A jaguar was shot and killed at a Rio Olympics torch relay event after escaping from its handlers, the Brazilian Army stated. ... click to read more

He's redefining 'disabled'
As a young man with cerebral palsy, Jeison Aristiz√°bal has fought his entire life to overcome the obstacles in his way. ... click to read more

2nd body found in FL boater search
Rescue crews recovered a second body in their search for a family that went missing off southwest Florida amid a thunderstorm and rough seas over the weekend, according to a Thursday news release from the Coast Guard. ... click to read more

Flight 804's black boxes remain mum
What sent EgyptAir flight 804 plummeting into the Mediterranean Sea last month, remains a mystery. ... click to read more

Emotions you never knew you had
Scientists believe that if you put a name to a feeling, it can help that feeling become less overwhelming. Explore a list of 10 extremely precise words for emotions. ... click to read more

Is the Great Pyramid of Giza lopsided?
Archaeologists and scientists measured the precise footprint of the Great Pyramid of Giza. They found that the west side of the pyramid is at most 5.55 inches longer than the east. ... click to read more

Behind the scenes of Tim Burton's 'Batman'
See photos from the set of the 1989 blockbuster "Batman," starring Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson. ... click to read more

Jury: Zeppelin didn't copy 'Stairway'
Music history will not be rewritten. A jury found Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant and guitarist Jimmy Page not guilty of copyright infringement on perhaps their most famous song, "Stairway to Heaven." ... click to read more

What Hitler's Jewish neighbor saw
"I knew only too well, even when I was 8 years old -- I knew it was a very bad business for us." ... click to read more

The world's most adventurous haircuts
Trying to recall the most unusual place Miguel Gutierrez set up his stool and offered a haircut during his travels is easy for the man known as the Nomad Barber. ... click to read more

Disney beaches reopen, killer gator caught
Walt Disney World reopened its beaches to guests Thursday, a source at the Florida theme park with knowledge of the situation told CNN. ... click to read more

Driverless cars create a safety 'dilemma'
You're riding in a driverless car with a loved one. It's cruising down a one-way, single-lane road with a barricade to the left and a wall to the right. ... click to read more

Court OKs breathalyzer tests without a warrant
The Supreme Court on Thursday issued a split ruling on a trio of drunk driving cases, deciding that while law enforcement may require a breathalyzer for suspected drunk drivers without a warrant after an arrest, a warrant is required for a blood test in the same circumstances. ... click to read more

5 (nice) ways to get people to talk
Army interrogator Eric Maddox, who helped capture Saddam Hussein, shares five interview techniques to get people to talk - even if they don't want to. ... click to read more

Photo of 3-year-old practicing gun drill goes viral
A viral photo of a girl standing on a toilet shows her practicing at home for a preschool gun drill. CNN's Rosemary Church interviews the girl's mom. ... click to read more

Zika worries: Who's skipping the Olympics?
Some athletes and others are options out of the 2016 Olympics in Brazil over concerns about the Zika virus. ... click to read more

Inside home where 12 girls were kept
Police knocked on the bright blue door of Lee Kaplan's home in Feasterville, Pennsylvania. ... click to read more

Social Security to run dry by 2034
If lawmakers don't act, Social Security's trust fund will be tapped out in about 18 years. ... click to read more

Military recruits: Rape was initiation
Teenage recruits were raped by staff and forced to rape each other as part of initiation practices in the Australian military going back to 1960, a public inquiry heard on Tuesday. ... click to read more

Best and worst states to raise children
Minnesota reigns as the most kid-friendly state to raise a family for the second year in a row, according to an Annie E. Casey Foundation study released Tuesday. ... click to read more

Rattlesnake bites groom during wedding photo shoot
Cold feet before a wedding, very common. A snake chomping on the groom's ankle? Not so much. ... click to read more

The crackdown on Airbnb has begun
Practically every major U.S. city is struggling with how to handle the boom of short-term rentals. Most have enacted or are considering regulations for services like Airbnb. ... click to read more

Brain-eating amoeba kills teen
A brain-eating amoeba took the life a teenager who went on a church trip in Charlotte, North Carolina, health officials said Wednesday. ... click to read more

Prisoners murdered for their organs?
A new report claims that China is still engaged in the widespread and systematic harvesting of organs from prisoners, and says that people whose views conflict with the ruling Chinese Communist Party are being murdered for their organs. ... click to read more

What is a heat dome?
The "heat dome" weather phenomenon can trigger record breaking temperatures. In Iran in 2015, a heat dome caused the heat index to hit 165 degrees. ... click to read more

'Voice' star's killer was obsessed with her, police say
Orlando, Florida, police have closed their investigation into the shooting death of singer Christina Grimmie, and while it reveals little about the shooter's motive, several of his coworkers felt Kevin Loibl was obsessed with "The Voice" singer. ... click to read more

Boyfriend in student killing gets life sentence
A Chinese student has been given a life sentence after being found guilty of murdering his girlfriend while they were both studying in Iowa. ... click to read more

Army gives OK to roll up sleeves
Soldiers are showing some skin. ... click to read more

Petraeus: ISIS is on its way to defeat
In a wide-ranging interview Monday, retired Gen. David Petraeus, who formerly led coalition forces in both Iraq and Afghanistan and directed the CIA, said that ISIS is headed for military defeat in Iraq but that the terror threat it helped inspire remains significant. ... click to read more

Will 'the first lady of rugby' join Hall of Fame?
William Webb Ellis will always be known as the boy who, in 1823, picked up the ball and ran with it during a school football game. ... click to read more

Popcorn, quinoa recipe for long life
Want to live longer? Have a piece of whole grain toast or oatmeal for breakfast, eat popcorn as a snack, or put some buckwheat in your pasta. Two new studies find whole grain may be the key to long life. ... click to read more

When is a watch like a car?
Mechanical watches and automobiles have a lot in common. ... click to read more

The Rock teases a run for president (again)
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is arguably already one of the most powerful people in the world -- for proof, catch him flexing his way out of an arm cast in "Fast and Furious 8." ... click to read more

A third choice: Libertarians make their case
In an election cycle full of surprises -- and unprecedented dissatisfaction with the major party candidates -- voters are about to get a look at a couple of fresh faces. ... click to read more

Norway is changing how we drink coffee
Two Norwegian phenomena worth experiencing above all others? White nights and black coffee. ... click to read more

What if you could 3-D print hair?
Any number of complicated things can be created in a matter of minutes with 3-D printer technology: weapons, robots, even pizza. But what if you could print hair? ... click to read more

North Korea: Missile test a success
North Korea on Thursday claimed to have conducted a successful test-firing of a Hwasong-10 intermediate-range missile -- a possible reference to a missile that the South Korean military said was fired on Wednesday. ... click to read more

EURO 2016: Iceland's saga just got crazy
Written off by Cristiano Ronaldo as having a "small mentality," Iceland struck it big at Euro 2016 after beating Austria in dramatic finish to reach the competition's knockout stages. ... click to read more

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