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'You're not going to die,' one tourist recalls telling his wife after she fell violently ill during their vacation to the Dominican Republic-
Their island getaways went bad in ways that sound similar: crippling stomach cramps, explosive diarrhea and malaise that lasted after they returned home.
Authorities have confirmed that a man from New York died while traveling in the Dominican Republic earlier this month, according to an official with the US State Department.
'You're not going to die,' one tourist recalls telling his wife after she fell violently ill during their vacation to the Dominican Republic. She spent her vacation in the hospital. CNN's Drew Griffin reports
Hard Rock Hotel in Dominican Republic to remove liquor dispensers from minibars after tourist deaths-
The Hard Rock Hotel and Casino is removing liquor dispensers from guest room minibars at its resort in Punta Cana, the Dominican Republic, the general manager of the resort told CNN.
As authorities investigate the unexplained deaths of three Americans at a resort in the Dominican Republic, a Colorado couple who stayed at the same facility last year said they became violently ill after being exposed to what they suspect were insecticides spread through the air conditioning system.
As authorities investigate the deaths of three Americans at a resort in the Dominican Republic, a Colorado couple has come forward saying they were poisoned at the same facility. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.
At least ten American citizens have died at Dominican Republic resorts -- or after falling ill at one -- over the past year, according to the US State Department, victims' relatives and the resorts involved.
Is it safe to travel to the Dominican Republic?
Sometimes you have to read something to believe it. Vice President Mike Pence's pretzel-twisting when asked by CNN's Jake Tapper whether climate change is a threat to the United States is one of those times.
During an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Vice President Mike Pence would not say whether climate crisis is a threat to the US. Pence's comment comes as the Environmental Protection Agency announced last week it will roll back Obama-era restrictions on coal plants and allow states to set their own emission standards.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is set to stake out uncharted territory in the Democratic presidential primary, offering up a plan to completely eliminate the student loan debt of every American.
Analysis: Here's what's different about how Warren and Sanders want to address student debt and tuition-
Higher education has become a focus of the ideas primary waged on the left flank of the Democratic presidential primary.
Pete Buttigieg, the young mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has been the most surprising story of the 2020 Democratic presidential campaign.
A Democrat who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 is calling for the President to choose Nikki Haley as his new vice president in 2020, claiming the two are an unbeatable pair.
Murdoch lieutenant ordered removal of New York Post story on Trump sexual assault allegation, sources say-
The New York Post's former top editor, a supporter of President Trump and an old lieutenant of Rupert Murdoch who returned to the conservative tabloid as an adviser in early 2019, ordered the removal of a story about writer Jean Carroll's sexual assault allegations against President Trump, two people familiar with the matter told CNN Business.
A Missouri judge issued an order Monday to keep a preliminary injunction in place allowing Planned Parenthood to continue performing abortions at its St. Louis clinic until 5 p.m. Friday, according to a statement from Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region. Patients with appointments scheduled for this week will receive care, the clinic said Monday.
The short life and long journey of the 6-year-old girl from India who died near the US-Mexico border-
The parents of a 6-year-old Indian girl who died this month in the Arizona desert say they made the journey because they were desperate.
Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border, according to the country's Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval.
Police in Hilton Head, South Carolina, say two women were lucky to escape unharmed after they fled a purported Uber driver who drove them down a dirt road and grabbed their phone when they threatened to call 911.
The unarmed warplanes collided near a military base in northern Germany on June 24. One pilot survived after ejecting from the jet.
An Italian mafia boss has escaped from a detention center in Uruguay, where he was awaiting extradition to Italy, the Uruguayan Ministry of Interior said in a statement.
According to official documents from the RNC obtained by Axios, the vetting process for Trump administration members revealed a lot of red flags for top ranking officials. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.
A woman was found dead and three children injured early Saturday morning after a man entered their home and stabbed them, Cleveland police said.
A California home was a scene of carnage after an apparent quadruple homicide and suicide, San Jose police said.
Five people are dead after a feud in Santa Maria, California, turned violent, the city's police department said in a news release Monday.
Aaron Philip, the first black, transgender and disabled model to sign for a major agency, has achieved another trailblazing feat: her first magazine cover.
Singer Carrie Underwood's five-month-old baby can't stand her husband, Mike Fisher's singing voice, but he stops crying instantly when she sings.
A photo shoot spiraled into a fiery nightmare for a 22-year-old model in Canada.
Matthew Lu, a 12-year old boy, has died after falling while rock climbing at Altitude Trampoline Park in Gastonia, North Carolina.
Alex Morgan said she doesn't need the chiropractor anymore, after a physical game against Spain left her back sufficiently cracked.
Fans in Topeka, Kansas, were forced to take shelter during severe weather ahead of a Jason Aldean concert. Aldean apologized via Instagram after the show was canceled.
Fresh beef is helping McDonald's sell more burgers and gain market share.
On June 22, a Brussels Airlines flight from Brussels to Washington, DC, turned around mid-air and went back to its starting point, meaning that passengers spent a total of nine hours in the air to essentially go nowhere.
Tiffani O'Brien said she woke up on an empty Air Canada plane, in the dark and "freezing cold," after a short flight from Quebec City to Toronto's Pearson International Airport, CNN network partner CTV reported.
An Italian man thought he was flying to Sardinia, Italy, but when he landed, he was on the other side of the country.
A single, small slug has been blamed for a massive power failure that brought part of Japan's high-speed rail network to a standstill last month.
A woman has been arrested after two Royal Air Force (RAF) jets were forced to escort a passenger plane back to London following severe disruption on board shortly after take-off.
Scientists have long found a possible link between anticholinergic drugs and an increased risk of dementia.
Smoking is bad for your heart, especially if you are a young woman. Women under 50 who smoke may face the highest risk of a serious type of heart attack compared to men, according to a new study published Monday in the the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how occasional fasting can help you live a healthier and longer life.
Technology has the power to completely shape our lives, but it could also alter our bodies in unexpected ways. Recent research suggested small, hornlike spikes could grow on our skulls, and smartphones could be the culprit behind this change.
Halsey is opening up about living with bipolar disorder.
Meghan and Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, spent £2.4 million (about $3 million) of British taxpayers' money on renovations to their new home, according to the Royal Household's latest annual financial statement.
Watch a new clip of Beyonce and Donald Glover singing, "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," as Nala and Simba.
Love the island lifestyle but can't bring yourself to move away from New York City?
More than a dozen of the richest Americans have a message for 2020 presidential candidates: Tax us more.
A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket, the most powerful launch vehicle in the world, is standing on a pad in Florida ready to make the "most difficult launch" the rocket company has ever attempted, according to CEO Elon Musk.
Woody and Buzz Lightyear couldn't save Hollywood from its summer slump, and movie theater chains are feeling the pressure.
A 14-year old told us she was taking care of a 4-year old who had been placed in her cell with no relatives. "I take her to the bathroom, give her my extra food if she is hungry, and tell people to leave her alone if they are bothering her," she said.
In 2007, Jared Kushner's family company purchased 666 Fifth Avenue, a Manhattan office building, for a then-record $1.8 billion at the height of the real estate boom. It was widely regarded as one of the worst deals in Manhattan real estate history, since Kushner could never secure enough tenants to cover his mortgage payments.
The House of Representatives just took a historic step toward ending the policy of perpetual war that has governed US foreign policy during this century. Eighteen years after the passage of the 2001 Authorization of Military Force (AUMF), which essentially gave the executive branch a blank check for going to war, the House passed an amendment by Democratic Rep. Barbara Lee that will sunset that 2001 measure within eight months of its passage into law.
Decentralizing the operations of the federal government by spreading its officials more widely around the country has always been a good idea in principle. But the way the Trump administration is trying to do it is badly flawed.
For centuries, people have witnessed unexplained lights in the sky and thought that perhaps they might be ghosts or angels. However, it was in the summer of 1947 when a different explanation became popular. Following a widely reported incident over Mt. Rainier in Washington state, people began to believe that these unidentified flying objects (UFOs) are actually alien spacecraft prowling the Earth.
Distraught Cameroon players staged a series of extraordinary on-field protests over VAR decisions as England earned a quarterfinal clash with Norway at the Women's World Cup with a 3-0 win in Valenciennes Sunday.
Boris Johnson, the front-runner in the race to become Britain's next prime minister, was facing mounting calls Sunday to fully explain an incident in which police attended an alleged altercation at the London home he shares with his girlfriend.
With bright blue eyes, fair skin and bushy brown hair, Peter Petrov doesn't look like a typical Chinese man.
A top Chinese Foreign Ministry official said Beijing would "not allow" the Hong Kong protests to be brought up at the G20 meeting in Osaka beginning on Thursday.
A 28-year-old woman living at her parents' house shot and killed her stepfather and her own daughter after midnight on Monday, police in Florida said.
Jessy Pacheco of Arkansas was reported missing for most of last week after his graduation from medical school in Mexico.
A man's body found in a South Carolina pond looks like it has alligator bite marks, authorities say.
A Louisiana mayor is apologizing more than 50 years later for Shreveport's mistreatment of the late singer Sam Cooke.
Hat lovers can appreciate the work of a good milliner any day of the year, but one occasion stands above the rest: Royal Ascot.
Royal Ascot is one of the world's most prestigious horse races and a highlight of the British summer social season. Each June, more than 300,000 visitors travel to the five-day event -- among them Queen Elizabeth and other members of the royal family, including Prince Charles, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
In a striking image by Korean photographer Nina Ahn, a solitary figure stands by a window, street lights glimmering around her. Another shows a woman in her 20s sitting alone on a guardrail beside an empty highway in Seoul.