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Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said Tuesday it is possible President Donald Trump is a Russian asset.
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway responds to Andrew McCabe's claim that it's "possible" President Trump is a Russian asset.
President Donald Trump asked then-acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker if a US attorney he appointed could oversee an investigation tied to himself after the US attorney in question had already recused himself from the probe, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
New York Times reported that President Donald Trump asked Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker to put a Trump-supporting, recused US attorney in charge of the investigation into Michael Cohen. CNN's Erin Burnett reports on the "explosive charges."
In the early days of the Trump administration, the national security adviser lied to the vice president about his interactions with a Russian diplomat. The attorney general appeared to confuse news reports with classified information he received from intelligence reports. The White House chief of staff expressed frustration that the FBI wouldn't knock down media reports about Trump campaign associates' communications with Russians known to US intelligence.
The New York Times published a 4,536-word opus on President Donald Trump's two-year-long (and running!) attempt to thwart the multiple investigations into his 2016 presidential campaign and its ties to Russia.
Chicago detectives want to speak to actor Jussie Smollett -- but it's not clear when, or if, that will happen.
Attorneys for a Kentucky high school student who was at the center of a viral video controversy are suing the Washington Post, seeking $250 million in damages.
The White House is moving forward with plans to shift existing federal funds to pay for construction of a wall on the southern border, a senior administration official said.
Billionaire Tom Steyer is leading a campaign to push high-profile House Democrats, including House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY), to investigate the actions of the Trump administration and begin impeachment hearings.
The US Department of Transportation announced Tuesday it is canceling $929 million in grant funds for California's high-speed rail system, ratcheting up the Trump administration's focus on the project after the state said it was scrapping it last week.
President Trump responds to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) announcing that he plans to run for president again in 2020, after he lost to Hillary Clinton in 2016.
• Leaders of Catholic nuns and priests admit to 'errors in judgment' over child sex abuse
President Donald Trump intends to nominate Deputy Transportation Secretary Jeffrey Rosen to be the new deputy attorney general, the White House announced in a news release Tuesday.
After traveling to the Middle East and becoming brides to ISIS fighters, two young women are speaking out about life inside the terrorist group. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
An editorial written in support of the Ku Klux Klan. That's something you might expect to see in 1919.
While speaking at the Munich Security Conference, German Chancellor Angela Merkel called out the Trump administration over the President's claim that German cars pose a security threat. CNN's David Sanger discusses.
At the launch of his foundation MBK Rising, Former President Barack Obama talked about obstacles he had to overcome during his childhood.
Will Smith stopped at a public library to sign DVD copies of his films while shooting scenes for "Bad Boys for Life" near Atlanta.
"Oh, we're not planning to vaccinate." These are the words a friend says to me in the midst of a conversation about their impending child.
Sit! Stay! Run! Meet the dogs of candidates running for President. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the dogs of 2020.
Fashion brand Burberry has apologized for showcasing a hoodie that featured a noose around the neck during its show at London Fashion Week.
The natural phenomenon that makes it appear that lava is flowing over a cliff at Yosemite National Park is back, but only for a few days.
Among the usual traffic taking off at London's Heathrow Airport on Tuesday morning was an eye-catching blast from the past -- a retro-painted British Airways Boeing 747.
Visitors were treated to a rare experience as Beijing's Palace Museum, commonly known as the Forbidden City, was illuminated after dark.
A sea of lanterns light up the night in Tangshan, China to mark the Chinese Lantern Festival.
A rare opportunity for those who have long dreamed of watching illuminated lanterns dancing across night skies in the stunning historic setting of Beijing's Forbidden City.
The radio signals of almost 300,000 sources have finally reached Earth, and most of them are previously unknown galaxies from the distant universe.
A volunteer citizen scientist working with a NASA project has found the coldest, oldest-known white dwarf, and it's surrounded by rings of dust and debris, according to a study published Tuesday in The Astrophysical Journal Letters. Researchers believe it may be the first white dwarf known to have multiple rings.
February's full moon is known as the snow moon. It is also the biggest supermoon of the year.
Police in Florida are looking for the vandal who painted "#MeToo" on the leg of the nurse in the "Unconditional Surrender" statue.
Mandy Moore is speaking out about her former marriage to singer Ryan Adams.
An almost two-year-old girl has gone viral after her uncle posted a video to Twitter showing her dance moves to Beyoncé's hit "Crazy In Love."
Indiana may have been the 19th state to enter the United States, but it took until 2019 for the Hoosier State to get its first national park.
When Jonathan Neman, Nathaniel Ru and Nicolas Jammet met as freshman at Georgetown University 15 years ago, they bonded over food.
It was the middle of the night and Ayal Lanternari was rushing to warm up refrigerated breast milk for his three-month-old baby.
Stock buybacks have come under fire lately, with politicians on both sides of the aisle arguing that the only people who benefit when big companies repurchase their own shares are already wealthy CEOs and other executives.
Former Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe set off a firestorm during his "60 Minutes" interview when he said that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had initiated a discussion "about how many Cabinet officials might support" removing President Donald Trump from office by using the 25th Amendment. This has prompted outrage among the President's supporters, who see this as nothing short of an attempted coup. Senator Lindsey Graham, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, has even promised to commence hearings into the matter.
Amy Klobuchar is not the candidate of shiny new ideas, and that much was on display Monday night at her CNN Town Hall appearance. She is very much the candidate of cooperation -- and of "no." No Green New Deal. No Medicare for All. No free college. What she does promise: Competence. Compromise. Order.
Why wasn't the teacher arrested?
US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's withering viral takedown of just how easily deep-pocketed donors dominate politics was like watching a prosecutor lay into a campaign finance system that has no defense.
If Europe's leaders, diplomats and security professionals had a vote in the 2020 US presidential elections, it doesn't seem likely they'd give it to President Trump. At least, that's how it seemed at the 2019 Munich Security Conference.
An unprecedented lack of consensus among the guilds representing actors, directors, writers and producers has flummoxed Oscar prognosticators, with more genuine uncertainty surrounding the best picture race than is usually the case this close to Sunday's ceremony.
When Jussie Smollett released his debut album "Sum of My Music" last year, he was riding high.
It's late November and Michael B. Jordan is preparing to head overseas. He leaves on Thanksgiving for an international leg of press for his film "Creed II." His travels were going to take him to places like London and Africa. Then his schedule had him diving into award season here in the states. March, he said, would bring a breather.
In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King.
It took John Krasinski six days into filming "A Quiet Place" to know for certain that he was onto something.
A new artificial intelligence system is so good at composing text that the researchers behind it said they won't release it for fear of how it could be misused.
Three online video channels designed to appeal to millennials have collected tens of millions of views on Facebook since September. But the pages pushing the videos do not disclose that they are backed by the Russian government.
NY Mayor still upset Amazon isn't coming to New York
As in every recent Democrat primary race, the 2020 contest will begin in two virtually all-white states, with the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary in early February. But after that the next month of the primary calendar is dominated by states across the Sun Belt where non-white voters comprise a large share, and often an absolute majority, of the electorate.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg took the bench at the Supreme Court Tuesday morning to hear oral arguments for the first time since she announced she'd undergone surgery in December for cancer.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is hoping the second time is the charm in seeking the Democratic nomination for the White House.
Wannabe vampires, beware: The US Food and Drug Administration warned Tuesday against using plasma infusions from young blood donors to ward off the effects of normal aging as well as other more serious conditions. Plasma, the liquid portion of the blood, contains proteins that help clot blood.
One of the greatest tests of a parent's patience comes at night when you are trying to get your child to fall asleep, stay asleep or go back to sleep.
UK researchers have developed a test they say might quickly identify sepsis, a potentially fatal complication from an infection.
New recommendations say not all women need genetic testing for cancer. Critics say it could cost lives-
Primary care providers should screen women for personal, family and/or ethnic history of breast, ovarian, tubal or peritoneal cancer to decide who should undergo genetic counseling for BRCA1 and BRCA2 mutations, the US Preventive Services Task Force recommended Tuesday. The mutations increase a woman's cancer risk.
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