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World leaders react to immigration ban

Here's what some world figures had to say about President Donald Trump's temporary ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries entering the United States.

15 cultural destinations to visit

Looking to incorporate some culture into your next vacation? Check out this list of the world's most cultural destinations put together by

London Marathon 2017

Crowds -- which included Prince William, Prince Harry and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge -- cheered on runners in the London Marathon on April 23. Around 40,000 runners took part in the 37th annual marathon, tackling a 26.2 mile course around some of London's most famous landmarks.��

Songs that don't mean what you think they do

At this very moment, there's a couple out there realizing that "their" song, the 2005 hit ballad "You're Beautiful," has nothing to do with a loving, body-positive relationship and everything to do with a stalker who's stoned out of his mind.

Easter 2017 around the world

On April 16, the world celebrated Easter, which is the Christian holiday marking the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Though for some, Easter simply means fanciful hats, pub crawl fundraisers and Easter egg hunts.

Syria airfield: Before and after

New satellite imagery released by ImageSat International shows the damage 59 US Tomahawk missiles inflicted at Syria's Shayrat airfield.

Spicer blames sarin attack on Obama's policies

White House press secretary Sean Spicer told reporters Tuesday that a gas attack in a rebel-controlled area of Syria was perpetrated by the forces tied to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and are a "consequence of the past administration's weakness and irresolution."

Trump meets with 'Putin's favorite congressman'

President Donald Trump, amid questions about his campaign's ties to Russia during the 2016 election, met Tuesday with Dana Rohrabacher, a California congressman so well-known for his pro-Russia views that he has been referred to as Russian President Vladimir Putin's "favorite congressman."

Border apprehensions continue to fall under Trump

Apprehensions at the southern border continue to fall dramatically, according to new numbers from Customs and Border Protection -- a drop that experts attribute to President Donald Trump's aggressive immigration enforcement policies.