US completely pulling out of embassy in Afghanistan over the next 72 hours



The United States is pulling out all US personnel from its embassy in Kabul over the next 72 hours, including top officials, two sources familiar with the situation told CNN on Sunday.
The withdrawal of embassy personnel marks a rapid acceleration of the process that had only been announced on Thursday, and is a situation that many State Department security officials expected would have to happen given the speed with which the Taliban has gained territory in Afghanistan in recent days.
Most of the American diplomats will go to the airport in Kabul, the capital, and then fly back to the US. A small number of core personnel, including the top US diplomat in the country, will remain at the Kabul airport for now, the sources said. This means that the US Embassy in Kabul will be shuttered — at least for the time being — by Tuesday.
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Stephon Clark's brother: I don't want your 'I'm sorry'



Stevante Clark, the brother of the man who was fatally shot by Sacramento police while holding a cellphone, told CNN’s Alison Kosik that he does not need to hear “I’m sorry,” but needs prayers instead.

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'Just inhuman': Widower denounces Trump's conspiracy theory about his late wife



Widower T.J. Klausutis spoke publicly for the first time on a podcast about the emotional trauma resulting from President Trump continually pushing the conspiracy theory about his wife Lori’s 2001 death.
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Driver: Tracy Morgan was screaming in crash



Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan has undergone surgery and continues a slow recovery after a devastating car crash. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/

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