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Putin says Russia will retaliate if U.S. puts missiles in Europe

Russian leader didn't say what specific new weapons Moscow could deploy, but his statement further raised the ante in tense relations with Washington

Several rescued after avalanche sweeps Swiss ski resort slope

"Witnesses told us other people could be buried under the layer of snow. For that reason, we are continuing our search with considerable means," an official said

House Dems probe plan to share nuclear tech with Saudis

House Oversight Committee investigates plan supported by Michael Flynn and Tom Barrack to build dozens of nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia

Decrying socialism, Trump looks to woo Florida’s Latino vote

Both the president and his eventual 2020 Democratic challenger will be wooing Florida's growing Latin American diaspora

State Department investigating reports that Americans were detained in Haiti

The U.S. State Department is looking into reports that as many as five Americans are among a group of foreigners arrested in Haiti and charged with conspiracy.

Vatican hopes sexual abuse summit will be a turning point

Organizers of an extraordinary summit said they hope it will mark a "turning point" in the Catholic church's approach to clergy sex abuse

Trump declares U.S. will never be socialist like Venezuela

The president says all options are on the table in Venezuela

Rubio warns Venezuelan troops against “crime” of blocking aid

Standing at Venezuela's border with Colombia, U.S. senator tells Maduro's troops that following his orders would be a "crime against humanity"

Facebook “misled” Parliament on data misuse, U.K. committee says

CEO Mark Zuckerberg previously said the company learned of the breach from journalists, but a new report questions that

McCabe: Possible “inappropriate relationship” between Trump, Russia prompted probe

"Is there an inappropriate relationship, a connection between this president and our most fearsome enemy, the government of Russia?"

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Dicen que fueron abusadas sexualmente por sacerdotes y luego silenciadas. Ahora estas mujeres están...

CNN habló con mujeres que dicen ser víctimas del devastador abuso sexual, psicológico y espiritual que sufrieron dentro de la comunidad de St. John. Fuente: Cnnenespanol.com

Huawei founder says he would defy Chinese law on intel gathering

Chinese company is the largest seller of telecommunications equipment in the world

Huawei president says he would defy Chinese law on intelligence gathering

"Chinese company Huawei is the largest seller of telecommunications equipment in the world. Three billion people in 170 countries use Huawei products worldwide, and the company sells more smart phones than Apple. The Trump administration is considering banning all Huawei products from being used in the U.S., calling the company a threat to national security. Bianna Golodryga spoke with Huawei's elusive founder and president, Ren Zhengfei, who denied the allegations. "