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Politics in Texas are changing. To win reelection, this congressman has to, for the first time, actually try-
• Analysis: Why Texas could go blue in 2020 • Texas' biggest metro areas may tip America's balance of power in the years ahead
CNN's John Berman talks to former GOP Congressman Joe Walsh about his op-ed in the New York Times in which Walsh apologizes for his role in getting President Trump elected and suggests the Republican Party needs a primary challenger to Trump in 2020.
Texas politics are in the spotlight again this week. A number of House Republicans from the state have announced their retirements, and, after a mass shooting in El Paso this past weekend, Beto O'Rourke tussled with President Donald Trump over differing responses to the shootings.
Former South Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Sanford says he is considering mounting a challenge to the President in 2020.
Rep. Kenny Marchant of Texas announced Monday that he will retire from Congress, becoming the fourth Republican from Texas to announce that they won't seek reelection in 2020.
Mark Sanford isn't a fan of President Donald Trump for 2020.
• Your car can be deadly, even when parked
Most people know alligators get just about everywhere in Florida, but now they've really leveled up.
A Florida man has been charged for threatening to commit a mass shooting after his ex-girlfriend alerted authorities to a series of ominous text messages he sent her.
Two top White House economic advisers on Sunday brushed off widespread fears of a brewing global recession, instead boasting about the state of the US economy under President Donald Trump.
• White House trade adviser Peter Navarro: Tariffs aren't hurting anybody here
A jewelry store owner fought off men armed with sledgehammers after they smashed one of the jewelry cases and tried to run off with the jewelry.
A small plane carrying three people crashed into a house in upstate New York, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson said.
An impromptu house party devolved into chaos when a verbal dispute led to the shootings of at least six teenagers.
President Trump has claimed for years that he was once named "Michigan Man of the Year," a title that does not exist. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.
Hundreds of thousands of peaceful protesters of all ages returned to the streets of Hong Kong Sunday, in a massive show of solidarity for a movement that appeared on the verge of losing popular support.
As the US prepares to conclude a deal with the Taliban, CNN's Fareed Zakaria urges Washington to not just end the war, but also win the peace.
Kiefer Sutherland suffered a serious injury that has caused him to cancel the remaining three stops on his European tour, the actor and singer announced on social media.
Superlong hair, or serving his country?
A shipment of jalapeños from Mexico to the US proved to be carrying more than just a spicy kick when Border Patrol agents found nearly 4 tons of marijuana hidden in the cargo.
A South Dakota mom went to a hospital for pain she thought was caused by kidney stones. Turns out, the pain was caused by the fact that she was in labor with triplets. CNN affiliate network KOTA reports.
Josh McCown, a 40-year-old quarterback who had retired and was going to be an analyst with ESPN this season, agreed to contract terms with the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, the team announced.
Three people have been killed and several injured in clashes between fans of rival soccer clubs in the Honduran capital, Tegucigalpa.
'Orange is the New Black' actress Diane Guerrero recounts her parents being deported to Colombia when she was a child, and compares it to recent immigration raids across the country.
In his search for examples of a more equitable society, Bernie Sanders has long looked north ... to Northern Europe, that is.
A bulbous race car from the 1930s was expected to be the most expensive car with the Porsche name ever sold at auction. But the sale was marred by a confusing mix-up on the auction stage.
Colorado Springs police have released video of two officers shooting dead 19-year-old De'von Bailey as he ran away. He was later found to be carrying a gun.
Gurinder Chadha can thank her decision to seize the moment for her latest project, "Blinded by the Light."
There's a scene in the new movie "Blinded by the Light" where British protesters harass and assault a Pakistani family on their way to a wedding. Their teenage son is nowhere to be found; he's off buying Springsteen tickets.
Anyone who has sung along to a Bruce Springsteen song will find a lot to like in "Blinded by the Light." But director/co-writer Gurinder Chadha ("Bend It Like Beckham") has much more on her mind in this uplifting tale, which offers a timeless and resonant look at the immigrant experience through the filter of the UK in the 1980s.
Roll down your car windows and get ready to rock. Bruce Springsteen just announced his first studio album in five years.
A video of presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren dashing through a New Hampshire field to make a speech has gone viral. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
There's something passive aggressive about the way President Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau have become pen pals, though it's not exactly a pen that the President has deployed. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
A family had a close encounter with a great white shark when it swam underneath their boat near Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Actress Heather Locklear pleaded no contest to multiple charges of battery on law enforcement personnel who responded to domestic disturbance calls at her home last year.
"America's Got Talent" host Simon Cowell is getting noticed for his new appearance after losing 20 pounds on a vegan diet.
In November 2017 at Christie's New York, Alex Rotter uttered a phrase never before heard at an art auction: "Four hundred million."
High-level executives with children have a few advantages over other working parents: They make more money, which makes childcare easier to afford. They may have more say in where and when they work. And they can influence what "family friendly" means at their companies.
Bugatti unveiled its latest limited-edition model at a classic car show in California Friday. The Bugatti Centodieci will cost $9 million and only 10 will be made.
That August 16, 1999 fell on a Monday is of little significance except in the world of television, which quite unexpectedly experienced a revolutionary moment that night.
Many surprises come with having a baby, including learning your child's sex and discovering all the traits they inherited as they grow up. But what if parents could pick and choose their children's genetic makeup instead of leaving those traits up to nature? Such arrangements are increasingly possible, posing ethical and social dilemmas that more and more people are now facing.
Linger on Fifth Avenue between 56th and 57th streets and you just might hear the chuckling: Some locals want to rename a few long blocks of the avenue after President Barack Obama.
The actress Priyanka Chopra, a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, came under fire this week for scoffing at a Pakistani-American woman's challenging question to her at the BeautyCon summit in Los Angeles. Chopra had posted a tweet on February 26 that appeared to support an announcement from India that it had launched airstrikes in Pakistani territory.
President Donald Trump has often been accused of conquering the American electorate by dividing it along racial and economic lines. Yet, when it was rumored that Trump was considering an American purchase of Greenland off Denmark, he somehow managed to create the exact opposite effect.
"Are black and yellow people at our doors?" Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini asked this question in 1927, two years into his dictatorship -- and his answer was yes. He falsely proclaimed a population emergency for "the entire white race" that threatened not only Italy but all of Western civilization.
On his way to a rally in New Hampshire on Thursday, Donald Trump unveiled his latest musing — to incarcerate the vulnerable. This time, he's coming for people with mental illness, suggesting that the United States build more mental institutions because of mass shooters. Worse, it's all too possible some Democrats are going to help him round us up.
Russia wants to re-assert itself as a major player in Africa. What's the strategy? Putin's private army and some clever PR.
The United States has unsealed a warrant for the seizure of an Iranian oil tanker anchored off the coast of Gibraltar. It is the latest twist involving the vessel at the center of a standoff between Tehran and the West.
Zinedine Zidane's second coming at Real Madrid proved the Frenchman is no miracle worker.
Hong Kong officials have denied permits for a march organized this Sunday by the same group that coordinated massive marches earlier this summer.
Carol Anderson was scanning Twitter recently when she saw something that brought back a chilling memory.
NASCAR paid back the first responders of the plane crash that Dale Earnhardt Jr. and his family survived with a night at the races.
The man who police say is seen on video dropping off rice cookers Friday in Manhattan was arrested and charged Saturday, according to an New York Police Department news release.
Attempted murder charges were filed Saturday against a Philadelphia man accused of shooting six police officers during an hours-long standoff, according to court records.
Richard Williams, the animator known for his work on "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" and two "Pink Panther" films, is dead, his family told PA Media, the UK national news agency.
As early cameras began spreading out from Europe in the middle of the 19th century, photography became an increasingly powerful medium for obtaining and disseminating information about the wider world.
In 1987, ground was broken on a grand new hotel in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang. The pyramid-shaped, supertall skyscraper was to exceed 1,000 feet in height, and was designed to house at least 3,000 rooms, as well as five revolving restaurants with panoramic views.
Anna Wintour's omnipresent status, crafted over a three-decade-long career at the helm of Vogue, is unrivaled in the fashion industry. Her reputation has transcended that of the magazine she edits, her image -- immaculately sliced bob, sunglasses -- now instantly recognizable in silhouette or line sketch.
If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.
With majestic glaciers, fjords and mountains, Norway is famous for its dramatic natural landscape.
"Friends," the ubiquitous sitcom about six New York City companions, turns 25 this year.
Rachel Bloom's absolutely ready for you to introduce her to your kids as Silver from "Angry Birds 2."
"Where'd You Go, Bernadette" offers a solid showcase for Cate Blanchett, in a movie that's notably slight, but finally sweet and touching. Director Richard Linklater moves from "Boyhood" to the pangs of parenthood in this adaptation of Maria Semple's bestselling novel, which pivots on the vital role creativity plays in our lives.