The North Korean foreign minister said Trump "declared a war" with the tweet.
The app has suffered serious disruption in the country, a blow for its owner, Facebook.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has released its initial tally of companies that have donated to Hurricane Maria relief.
Ovie Mughelli played nine seasons in the NFL.
Angela Merkel has vowed to get AfD voters back.
Insured losses will range from $40 billion to $85 billion, according to one estimate.
Burke, who has covered professional and college basketball for ESPN since 1991, will now have a formal role as a game analyst for he NBA.
Securities and Exchange Commission chief Jay Clayton has asked the agency's inspector general to investigate a 2016 cyberattack that infiltrated its electronic corporate filings system last year.
Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund has a wide ranging discussion with CNNMoney's Editor-at-large Richard Quest
NBA star Carmelo Anthony has started a YouCaring fundraiser to try to raise money for Puerto Rico relief efforts. So far he's raised over $200,000.
Netflix wants to offer its quality low-broadband mobile technology to airline carriers.
Nike stands with NFL players who took a knee during the playing of the National Anthem.
iPhones and iPads get new powers and some secret settings in iOS 11.
JPMorgan Chase is hoping to ease Washington D.C.'s income inequality problem by investing $10 million in two of its poorer neighborhoods.
NASCAR said it respects the national anthem and notes that America allows people the right to "peacefully express" themselves.
Ford, a sponsor of the National Football League, said it supports free speech in response to days of protests by NFL players.
The #TakeAKnee movement was re-energized after President Donald Trump criticized NFL players for kneeling during the national anthem.
Did national anthem protests and President Trump's harsh criticism of them hurt the NFL's ratings on Sunday? Maybe. Then again, maybe not.
The jersey of Alejandro Villanueva, who broke from his team to stand for the national anthem, was the best-seller in the league on Monday.
After years at Fox News, Megyn Kelly debuted "Megyn Kelly Today," her morning news show that veers away from politics and hard news.
Angela Merkel will have to build a German government with new partners, and she'll have to compromise.
Shares of Apple have dipped since the company revealed the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and there are reports of lackluster sales. Investors have to hope that the iPhone X will be a big hit. But Wall Street is betting that it will.
CNN takes a look back at some of Vice President Joe Biden's most memorable misstatements.
The global accountancy firm Deloitte said Monday it was the victim of a hack that targeted its email system.
Platforms like Facebook and Twitter have long been untouched by government regulation -- they've been a sandbox for innovation and free expression. But after Facebook's disclosure that it sold ads to Russians that targeted US citizens during the election, tech leaders are scrambling to make change as lawmakers call for increased regulation.
Former Vice President Joe Biden launched a daily podcast-like program called "Biden's Briefing."
The NFL says it does not plan to fine teams for staying in the locker room during the national anthem.
Megyn Kelly launched her daytime makeover on Monday with "Megyn Kelly Today," conspicuously trying to reintroduce herself in the mold of Oprah Winfrey or Ellen DeGeneres.
Some architects are turning to sustainable wood to reduce the environmental cost of building new homes for London's growing population.
The Alfa Romeo Stelvio isn't perfect but it is, at least, plenty of fun.
Some of the same owners who sided with players in protests were major donors to Trump's inaugural committee.
The company announced that it will hike its minimum hourly wage to $11 next month.
The far-right Alternative for Germany polled nearly 21% of the vote in eastern Germany, where industrial decline has left people feeling insecure.
Uber's new CEO issued an apology to Londoners on Monday just days after city officials said they would not renew the company's license.
Didi Chuxing is investing in an online platform for trading used cars, an industry that's shifting into high gear in China.
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