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The Massachusetts senator fires up the audience at a historically black university in Mississippi
Elizabeth Warren shares emotional story about her mom
During a town hall, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) opens up to CNN's Jake Tapper about her family's financial struggles when she was young.
Joe Biden readies major endorsements ahead of likely 2020 run
Joe Biden didn't clear the field, so he's poised to join it.
Analysis: Beto O'Rourke's launch is one of the best yet
Former US Rep. Beto O'Rourke's campaign is off to a fast start.
Beto O'Rourke makes an impression on late-night host
Jimmy Fallon is up in arms over Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke with his latest impression. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
What Medicare for all means for doctors and hospitals
Americans generally don't like the idea of giving up their private health insurance. Hospitals and doctors don't want them to, either.
Trump's secret sauce for 2020
President Donald Trump isn't in a great place to win a second term in 2020.
White House expects to see Mueller findings before they go to Congress
White House lawyers expect to have an opportunity to review whatever version of Robert Mueller's report Attorney General Bill Barr submits to Congress before it reaches lawmakers and the public, multiple sources familiar with the matter said, setting up a potential political battle over the hotly anticipated document.
Analysis: What the RNC's classless St. Patrick's Day tweet says about our politics
On Sunday, in "celebration" of St. Patrick's Day, the Republican National Committee tweeted out this:
Opinion: Trump has a serious problem
Let's pause for a moment and consider that President Donald Trump's chief of staff Mick Mulvaney had to say on national TV that his boss is "not a white supremacist" and one of Trump's senior advisers, Kellyanne Conway, had to push back against her own husband's questioning of Trump's mental state.
Documents pertaining to the Michael Cohen raid will be made available Tuesday
The public may soon learn more about what led to the now infamous raid of President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen.
State Department bars press corps from Pompeo briefing, won't say who attended
The State Department on Monday said it would not be distributing a transcript or list of attendees from a briefing call with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo held that evening -- a call from which the department's press corps was excluded and only "faith-based media" allowed.
Anderson Cooper calls out Trump for his hypocrisy on John McCain
CNN's Anderson Cooper calls out President Donald Trump for his weekend Twitter tirade in which he slammed the late Sen. John McCain and said nothing about the victims of the New Zealand mosque attacks.
Pentagon sends Congress list of projects that could be cut to pay for Trump's border wall
The Pentagon has sent Congress a list of projects that could be impacted by President Donald Trump's decision to declare a national emergency and repurpose military construction funds to pay for his sought-after border wall with Mexico.
Trump heard this after his Twitter rant
After an all day Twitter tirade, President Donald Trump attended church where the sermon centered on the importance of confronting hateful rhetoric in the wake of the New Zealand mosque attacks.
Satellite images show Nebraska and Iowa rivers swallowing towns
Satellite images show just how high the water has risen along the Platte and Missouri Rivers, including a large portion of a US Air Force Base under water.
A meteor exploded in the Earth's atmosphere with 10 times the energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb
While you were living your life on December 18th, 2018, a giant space rock exploded 16 miles above the Earth's surface, giving off 10 times the energy of the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima. No big deal.
Crackdown begins on 'ghost guns'
New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced the first criminal charges in the state brought against those trafficking so-called "ghost guns" - guns assembled from kits purchased online that are not registered and do not have serial numbers. CNN's Polo Sandoval reports.
Experts say there were similarities in the Ethiopian Airlines and the Lion Air crashes. What were they?
When the Federal Aviation Administration announced it was grounding all Boeing 737 Max planes, the agency said it had identified similarities between last week's Ethiopian Airlines crash and the Lion Air crash in Indonesia six months earlier.
Trump administration wants to put a limit on student loan borrowing
The Trump administration urged Congress Monday to put a cap on student loan borrowing, one of several proposals for updating the Higher Education Act.
Latino voter: I'd like to see wall longer and taller
According to a new CNN poll, President Donald Trump has a 34% approval rating among Latinos with a 12% margin of error. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on the Latino voters supporting Trump.
This New Zealand gun owner voluntarily gave up his semi-automatic firearm. Here's why
A farmer in New Zealand packed up his semi-automatic firearm Monday and surrendered it to police.
Apple unveils new iPad Air and iPad mini
Apple on Monday quietly announced new versions the iPad Air and iPad mini, the company's the first refresh for those products in years.
Spaceflight is activating herpes in astronauts
The longer astronauts spend in space, the more likely they are to have viruses like herpes, chickenpox and shingles reactivate, according to new NASA research. The reason may be the same for viral reactivation on Earth: stress.
Meghan McCain calls Trump's life 'pathetic'
Meghan McCain blasted President Trump's Twitter attack on the late Sen. John McCain, saying that Trump will "never be a great man."
Dutch shooting suspect arrested
Economist for Obama White House dies
Former White House economist and Princeton University professor Alan Krueger died Sunday, the school announced Monday. He was 58.
Myspace apologizes after losing 12 years' worth of music
Social networking company Myspace has apologized for apparently losing 12 years' worth of music uploaded to its site, following a server migration error -- a loss potentially amounting to 50 million songs.
What Jeb whispered to brother at funeral
Former 2016 Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush talks to CNN's David Axelrod about losing both his parents within a short period of time.
NFLer announces retirement from Kilimanjaro
NFL players who are wildly overpaid
Cristiano Ronaldo may face ban over celebration
'Pulp Fiction' soundtrack's Dick Dale dies
Guitarist Dick Dale, whose fast, thunderous sound pioneered the California "surf rock" genre of the early 1960s and gained a new generation of fans decades later through its appearance in "Pulp Fiction," has died. He was 81.
Singer reveals he identifies as non-binary
Singer Sam Smith revealed that he identifies as non-binary in a recent interview with Jameela Jamil on her Instagram series, "I Weigh Interviews."
William H. Macy and Lori Loughlin's comments about daughters resurface
"Operation Varsity Blues" has people paying closer attention to some past comments by William H. Macy and Lori Loughlin.
How 34 recorded phone calls implicated parents in the college admissions scam
Rick Singer called up his client, the wealthy parent of a college student, and went into his prepared lines.
Actress' old comments resurface during scandal
CNN's Randi Kaye reports on Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman's past remarks on parenting and their daughters before the college admissions scam fallout.
A new front opens in the affirmative action debate
If considering students' race in college admissions is wrong, why is the normal practice of considering their parent's wealth or connections OK? The college cheating scam has opened a new front in the affirmative action debate.
Students and parents pursue class-action suit
A group of students and parents have filed a federal lawsuit seeking class-action status against the University of Southern California, UCLA and other colleges named in this week's sprawling admissions scandal, saying their admissions process was "warped and rigged by fraud."
What will happen to the students involved in the college admissions scam?
As outrage grows over the massive alleged college admissions cheating scheme, the parties involved are working to contain the scandal.
How 'legal fakes' are challenging a $1 billion cult brand
When Samsung revealed, in late 2018, that it was collaborating with cult US streetwear brand Supreme, it came as quite the surprise.
Airplane seat cameras: US senators demand answers
Concerns about cameras fitted to airplane seats have prompted two US senators to demand that airlines clarify how the devices are used.
Divers' discovery named oldest in the world
Researchers from England discovered what is now considered to be the world's oldest astrolabe -- used in the 1500s by famed explorer Vasco da Gama.
Kim Kardashian tried to pay a former prisoner's rent. Even that didn't help
Matthew Charles was released from prison a few months ago and since then has been trying to start a new life. But that has proven much harder than he hoped.
'Harry Potter' author faces a backlash over gay-relationship reveal
Some people aren't happy with JK Rowling's assertions about the love match between Dumbledore and Grindelwald.
Prada slips in China as Louis Vuitton and Gucci power ahead
Prada is feeling China's economic slowdown as it struggles to keep pace with its global rivals in the biggest market for luxury goods.
Investors are in a holding pattern. Here's why
Investors are doing a lot of waiting lately.
Lyft plans to raise more than $2 billion in its IPO
Lyft has set a price range for its initial public offering, which could value the company at about $20 billion.
Unlike US, New Zealand isn't just offering thoughts and prayers
Just hours after a suspected white nationalist terrorist used five firearms, including two semi-automatic weapons, to kill 50 people and injure dozens of others at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, the island nation's Prime Minister said something few American politicians would ever dare utter.
Saudi Arabia and Iran have one thing in common
In the 40 years since the Iranian Revolution, Middle Eastern policy in every major nation has revolved around one binary question: Are we friends with Iran, or are we friends with Saudi Arabia? Iran has built itself up as the Shia superpower in the region; the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, with its extraordinary oil wealth, is its most powerful Sunni rival.
Striking similarities between New Zealand and Pulse nightclub shooters
The decision to kill innocent civilians who are strangers -- whether you are a jihadist terrorist or a white nationalist militant -- can never be easily explained, but there does seem to be a common profile for "lone actor" Western terrorists today, irrespective of their ideology.
Why Trump's campus free speech order is a big risk
President Donald Trump's recent vow at the Conservative Political Action Conference to sign an executive order supporting free speech on colleges campuses has stoked fears in the academy.
Trump's 'SNL' attack crosses the line
After NBC aired a rerun of '"Saturday Night Live" on Saturday, President Donald Trump renewed his criticism of the show on Twitter. This piece originally published on Feb. 17, 2019.
What Killer Mike can teach SCOTUS
A combustible combination of forces -- rap music, police, a convicted African-American defendant and the First Amendment -- makes the case of Knox v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, now sitting on the US Supreme Court's docket, ripe for review.
Southern Calif.: Stay in Buena Park near attractions
9 cards charging 0% interest until 2020
15yr fixed rates dropped. Time is ticking to refi
Remember when 'The Oprah Winfrey Show' made us listen to each other
"The Oprah Winfrey Show" used to air at 4 p.m. every day on my local station in South Texas.
'The Inventor' charts rise and fall of Theranos
Anyone who thinks Theranos is the villain in the next Avengers movie really needs to watch "The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley," in which Alex Gibney does for Elizabeth Holmes and her biotech firm what he did for Enron -- namely, expose and eviscerate them.
'The Fix' gives Marcia Clark a trial do-over
There are few do-overs in life, but O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark gets one -- even if it's fictionalized -- with "The Fix," an ABC drama that hews just closely enough to that case to spur interest before veering into an exaggerated lane. NBC, meanwhile, drives straight into a creative cul-de-sac with "The Village," which desperately wants to mirror "This Is Us" and merely provides a reminder that it takes a village, sometimes, to mess up a TV show.
Alex Trebek grateful for support
Alex Trebek has a message for his supporters: Thank you.
Why AI is still terrible at spotting violence online
Artificial intelligence can identify people in pictures, find the next TV series you should binge watch on Netflix, and even drive a car.
Facebook removes 1.5 million copies of mosque attack video
Facebook and other social media companies fought to stop videos of the New Zealand mosque attacks from spreading on their sites.
Theranos was a Silicon Valley darling. Now some employees can't find jobs
An endless job search compounded by fears of being blacklisted by certain businesses. Anxious gossip about who is and isn't mentioned in the latest news reports. And probing questions from outsiders on how they could ever have worked at the disgraced company.
2020 Democrats talking more about their faith
Here are the stories our panel of top political reporters will be watching for in the week ahead, in this week's "Inside Politics" forecast.
Rep. Tlaib: Islamophobia present on both sides
Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib said that she believes Islamophobia "is still very present on both sides of the aisle" in Congress.
George W. Bush: 'Immigration is a blessing and a strength'
Former President George W. Bush appeared at a naturalization ceremony Monday where he praised the nation's immigrant history and called on lawmakers to deliver comprehensive immigration reform.
New Colorado law will give state's electoral college votes to national popular vote winner
Colorado could be part of voting history next general election day, joining 11 other states looking to ensure that their electoral college votes echo the will of the American majority to elect the next president.
New film's love story recalls tragic tale of a real-life 'Fault in Our Stars' couple
Dave Prager intends to watch the new movie "Five Feet Apart" hidden away in a corner of the theater where no one can watch him cry.
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