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The remarks are the most prominent criticism from the business world of a Trump rally in which the President attacked a Somali-born congresswoman
The CEO of German industrial giant Siemens says that President Donald Trump is becoming a symbol of intolerance following his attacks on four female members of Congress.
GOP group shares meme calling congresswomen 'the jihad squad'
Two top Illinois GOP officials are condemning a meme recently posted to the Facebook page of the Illinois Republican County Chairmen's Association that depicted four minority congresswomen as being "THE JIHAD SQUAD."
Trump calls The Squad is 'a very Racist group of troublemakers' after one of the members calls for his impeachment
Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan vowed to hold her ground during a speech in Detroit Monday, clearly responding to President Donald Trump's attacks on the four Democratic congresswomen of color known as "the squad."
Fox's fixation with Ocasio-Cortez and Omar
CNN's Brian Stelter connects the dots between Fox's coverage and President Trump's attacks against newly elected congresswomen. Tara Dowdell says "this is about racial opportunism." Astead Herndon also comments on how news outlets should cover race and identity issues differently.
Opinion: Here's the British bigot who Trump retweets
Amid the ongoing furor over President Donald Trump's racist tweets targeting four female members of Congress and his supporters chanting "Send her back," the President on Saturday repeatedly retweeted a vile bigot from the United Kingdom -- Katie Hopkins.
Trump pops into wedding reception
President Trump popped into a wedding reception at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on Saturday night, prompting the bride, groom and guests to chant, "USA! USA!"
GOP senator: Back in the 60s, that wasn't considered racist
While discussing President Trump's recent racist attacks on Democratic congresswomen, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) tells CNN's Dana Bash that back in the 1960s, telling people to "love it or leave it" wasn't considered racist.
Pete Buttigieg's interview on country radio was silenced
Blair Garner, host of a nationally syndicated radio program, taped an interview with 2020 Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg in Nashville last week.
Singer Ricky Martin is protesting in San Juan
Woman mentioned in Puerto Rico governor's texts speaks out
Former New York City Council Member Melissa Mark Viverito, who was specifically targeted in Gov. Ricardo Rossello's messages, says Puerto Ricans have had enough.
Analysis: Why Mueller's testimony is a risk
Democrats are pinning their last, best hopes of proving that President Donald Trump committed impeachable crimes on former special counsel Robert Mueller who is set to reluctantly serve as a star witness in Wednesday's televised spectacle.
Opinion: Mueller, drop the Yoda act
It's time for Robert Mueller to lose the mystery, drop the double-speak and stop the riddling. He needs to tell the American public where he stands -- straight, clear and in plain English.
Former Mueller employee: Here's what Mueller will do if Republicans attack
CNN counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd describes how he thinks his former boss, Robert Mueller, will react in an upcoming House hearing if the GOP attacks his integrity.
Law clerks standing vigil for Justice Stevens
As Justice John Paul Stevens returns to the Supreme Court for the final time to lie in repose, he will be accompanied by about 80 of his former clerks, 12 of whom will serve as honorary pallbearers as others line the steps of the marble building as his casket arrives.
Trump administration to speed up deportations
The Trump administration is planning to expand a procedure to speed up deportations to include undocumented immigrants anywhere in the US who cannot prove they've lived in the US continuously for two years or more.
Elizabeth Warren warns another financial crisis is coming -- but she has a plan
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren said there are warning signs for another financial crisis that would devastate the United States -- "a single shock could bring it all down" -- and the 2020 presidential candidate proposed a plan she said could help prevent it.
Analysis: A pivotal state may be 4 to 5 points more Republican than the US overall in 2020
First things first: The theme song of the week is the theme from The Larry Sanders Show.
Dad of 6 died after being hit by a wave at the beach
A father of six has died after a wave struck him on a North Carolina beach and slammed him to the sand, breaking his neck, his wife said on Twitter.
Equifax exposed data on 150 million Americans. Now it will pay up to $700 million
Credit reporting agency Equifax has reached a deal to pay up to $700 million to state and federal regulators to settle probes stemming from a data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 150 million people.
US citizen in Syria posts emotional video pleading with Trump to stop civilian deaths
An American woman in Syria has released a video appealing to US President Donald Trump to take action against the Syrian regime, after an airstrike Monday in the rebel-held northwestern province of Idlib claimed scores of casualties.
Power is still out for thousands in NYC and Detroit
Thousands of people in New York City and Michigan are still without power Monday.
Iran releases video of captured tanker's crew
Iran has released a short video of what it says is the crew of the Stena Impero, the British-flagged tanker that was seized by Iranian forces in the Strait of Hormuz on Friday.
Documents: Companies sent 'hundreds of millions' of suspicious opioid orders to Ohio
In 20 years, drug manufacturers, distributors, pharmacies and practitioners acted as street drug couriers and shipped "hundreds of millions" of suspicious opioid doses into two Ohio counties, according to a motion filed in the US District Court in the Northern District of Ohio.
Emails show drug execs indifferent to opioid epidemic
CNN's Jean Casarez reports on the emails between drug executives in court documents that show they were driven by profit and indifferent to the opioid epidemic.
Night of violence shocks Hong Kong
Hong Kong descended into scenes of chaos Sunday night, after riot police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters, and a mob armed with batons attacked people in a metro station.
'The View' host reveals she suffered miscarriage before photoshoot
In a New York Times column, ABC's "The View" co-host Meghan McCain reveals she suffered a miscarriage and shares her experience coping with her loss.
Opinion: White Christians have a problem
Shock is not the right word when I heard the crowd at a Trump rally chanting "send her back." There has been so much shock recently that it is hard to know what to call it anymore.
We all do it. But is swearing at work really OK?
S*!t happens.
Tom Brady dad-shamed after cliff dive
NFL superstar Tom Brady made a splash after he posted a video of a cliff dive he took with his young daughter.
India tried again to launch a moon mission
India has successfully launched a mission to soft land a rover on the moon, in a landmark moment for a nation trying to become a space superpower.
'Top Gun' cuts flags from Tom Cruise's jacket
A new trailer for the sequel of 1986 blockbuster "Top Gun" is stirring up controversy after it shows Tom Cruise putting on the iconic bomber jacket he wore in the original film — but with two key changes.
Police on 'meth gators': We were kidding
Turns out so-called "meth gators" aren't a thing after all.
The Dallas Cowboys are worth $5 billion
The Dallas Cowboys is the most valuable sports team in the world according to Forbes, worth a staggering $5 billion.
He's the $248 million MVP no team wants
Overlooked team set to be Super Bowl contender
'Game-changing' prehistoric city unearthed
A 9,000-year-old Neolithic settlement is unearthed outside Jerusalem, according to details released by the Israel Antiquities Authority. CNN's Michael Holmes reports.
Selling a home 'no longer about curb appeal'
Staging a home that's up for sale is a go-to marketing tool that has been used for decades. Bringing in furniture, artwork and plants and decluttering rooms can help buyers picture themselves living in the home.
Howard Stern wants O.J. kicked off Twitter
Radio host Howard Stern said he wants O.J. Simpson banned from Twitter during an interview with Kim Goldman, the sister of Ron Goldman.
Passengers freak as man hops on jet wing
A man who climbed onto the wing of a plane as it prepared for takeoff at the airport in Nigeria's Lagos city has been arrested, authorities said.
Does 'The Lion King' opening show that critics are out of step?
As "The Lion King" counts up receipts from a big opening weekend while still licking its wounds from negative reviews, you can almost hear the familiar murmurs -- that critics are "out of step" with the audiences they profess to serve.
Natalie Portman will be a female Thor
Welcome, Ms. Portman, to the league of Marvel Cinematic Universe superheroes.
'Black Widow' cast drops hints about the superhero
Despite the super-spy's prominent appearances in seven Marvel films to date, the secrets of the Black Widow's backstory have remained in the shadows.
These are the best movie one-liners of all time
From "I'll have what she's having" to "Say hello to my little friend," these are the most memorable movie one-liners of all time and how they've infiltrated our daily lives. Watch CNN's "The Movies" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Marvel leading man will soon be a household name
Say hello to Simu Liu.
Tom Hanks is Mister Rogers in new movie trailer
Just in time for a Monday, Sony has released the first trailer for the upcoming film about the late Fred Rogers, "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.
Opinion: Why the 'Cats' trailer creeped us out
The trailer for "Cats," the movie adaptation of the long-running Broadway musical, has hit the Internet, and, well, let's just say the Internet hit back. As the hashtag #CatsMovie trended worldwide, Twitter exploded with phrases like "creepy and weird," "car crash" and "nightmare fuel."
Industry with more CO2 emissions than most nations may not survive
Investors worried about climate change are warning the world's biggest cement producers to reduce their emissions or face extinction.
Record high temperatures far exceed record lows -- a trend of the climate crisis
More than 400 locations across the United States reached record-breaking temperatures last week. During that same span, only about 100 areas saw record-breaking lows.
Climate change could make this country vanish
Residents of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific are fighting to save their island nation which is at risk of being inundated by rising sea levels due to climate change. But, in the face of uncertainty, thousands of Marshallese have decided to move to an unlikely enclave— in America's Deep South.
Trump accuser: This moment was my tipping point
The women who have accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct say they feel left behind by the #MeToo movement. CNN's MJ Lee has their stories.
Photographing people at crossroads (without them knowing)
According to the legend, American blues singer Robert Johnson sold his soul to the devil at a crossroads, in exchange for otherworldly musical talent. Acclaimed as one of the greatest guitarists of all time, Johnson died aged 27 in 1938, less than one year after releasing possibly his most famous song, "Cross Road Blues."
Keanu Reeves once again gifts the internet
Most excellent, Keanu Reeves fans: The affable actor heard your prayers, and he answered with a "breathtaking" act of kindness.
Great white shark jumps to snatch a fish being reeled in
At least no one can complain that this fishing trip was boring.
The dark side of dollar stores in America
As dollar stores sweep across America, they are facing growing scrutiny from opponents who argue that discount chains stifle local competition and limit poor communities' access to healthy food.
GM unveils a radically new Corvette
General Motors has unveiled the eighth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette. The model is, arguably, the biggest change for the Corvette since the sports car was first introduced in 1953.
Women in Puerto Rico know why Rossello must resign
Puerto Rican women warned us. They have been alerting us for years that there is a crisis of violence against women on the island. After Hurricane Maria, the crisis became an emergency. Nonprofits that provide services to survivors of domestic violence reported a surge in requests for help.
Trump is a dangerous media mastermind
The media have spent several days covering the noxious chant -- "Send them back" -- that broke out at President Donald Trump's North Carolina rally. The chant was inspired by a tweet from the President, saying that congresswomen Ilhan Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ayanna Pressley and Rahida Tlaib should "go back" to the "broken and crime infested places from which they came."
What to expect from Mueller's testimony
What can we expect July 24 when Robert Mueller, the former special counsel, testifies in back-to-back hearings before the House Judiciary and House Intelligence Committees?
Trump's race to the bottom
"You can't step into the same river twice," goes a saying attributed to the early Greek philosopher Heraclitus. Last week's tweetstorm by President Donald Trump raised a related question: Can you descend the same escalator twice?
A stable Afghanistan can help the world
Trump and the Ayatollah: The odd couple
When it comes to Iran, it's important to look at who's talking.
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Floating food: What astronauts eat in space
Most people's experience with space food is limited to the vacuum packed slabs of freeze-dried Neapolitan ice cream sold in science gift shops.
How red wine might help fuel a Mars mission
The human body was built to function best with gravity as a grounding force, but astronauts on a mission to Mars could spend between six to nine months on a spacecraft without it.
This image is a 'history book' of the universe
At first glance, it looks like a starry night. But this is a very different perspective of the vast darkness of space pitted by little points of light.
Expedition 60 crew launches to space station on Apollo 11 anniversary
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, two astronauts and a cosmonaut launched to the International Space Station.
Hubble captures image of a galactic 'hit and run'
About 30 million light-years from Earth, two galaxies came together in an epic collision, and the beautiful fallout was captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.
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