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If FBI investigated allegation against Kavanaugh, here's what it would do

The woman at the center of the storm surrounding the current Supreme Court nominee isn't who you might think...

Hirono is trying to weaponize #MeToo

The Kavanaugh confirmation controversy's ripple effect is certain to make it one of the most consequential S...

Burn down the 'boys will be boys' club

One morning, when I was in my early twenties, I left my apartment for the bus stop. I was living on Chicago'...

#WhyIDidntReport isn't a debate

There are now two credible claims of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and Repub...

Donald Trump's chance to hide from his problems

For a man who usually shuns global institutions, the ...

Trump: Most unfair thing for Kavanaugh

President Trump comments on Brett Kavanaugh after a second woman came forward to accuse the Supreme Court nominee of inappropriate sexual behavior.

Theresa May is surrounded by hopeless enemies

Humiliated in Europe, in deadlock at home,...

Stelter takes on 'right-wing smear machine'

CNN's Brian Stelter takes a look at how right-wing media is attempting to discredit Christine Blasey Ford ahead of her possible hearing on Capitol Hill.

How much has changed since Anita Hill?

Jill Abramson, Charles Blow, and Rachel Sklar join Brian Stelter to compare news coverage of the Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh confirmation processes. "What I've been struck by is the anger of women that I've heard from," Abramson says. "If they feel unheard at the end of these hearings, I think there are gonna be big political consequences."

What to expect during the UN General Assembly

CNN's National Security analyst Sam Vinograd breaks down what to expect from the upcoming UN General Assembly meeting.

I was Anthony Bourdain's 'censor' at CNN

I was Anthony Bourdain's "censor" at CNN.No, we don't really have "censors," per se, at CNN -- we hav...

Rosenstein is a lightning rod

The New York Times published a blockbuster article (citing anonymous sources) reporting that Deputy Attorney...

Senator reveals what she'll ask Kavanaugh

Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI) previewed what she plans to ask Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh during a hearing to address a sexual assault allegation levied against him.

At UN, Trump will make one change to his list of bad boys

To help you prepare for the UN General Assembly meeting this week, we're providing some scene setting analys...

Donald Trump's global insignificance is about to be exposed

Trump is a master of New York-style showmanship. The ...

Republicans haven't been serious about investigating Ford's allegation

Professor Christine Blasey Ford's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday may be the on...

Trump stands up for men accused of abusing women

Donald Trump may be unpredictable, but he's been pretty consistent in one way: Standing up for men accused o...

Texas' twisted excuse for removing Helen Keller

On September 14 the Texas State Board of Education ...

The ugly double standard over Kavanaugh's so-called youth

Make no mistake -- professor Christine Blasey Ford's allegations of sexual assault against Judge Brett Kavan...

Jake Tapper: Trump's remarks show a pattern

President Trump defended his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and attacked the woman who has accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault. Kavanaugh has denied the allegations. CNN's Jake Tapper says this isn't the first time Trump has defended a man accused of horrific acts against women.

Why Maryland shooter's gender is so confounding

Criminology is the scientific study of the nature, causes and prevention of criminal behavior. It is an ever...

The man who oversees Robert Mueller

Everything you need to know about Rod Rosenstein, President Trump's deputy attorney general.

Wolf Blitzer analyzes Rosenstein's 'so-called denial'

CNN's Wolf Blitzer discusses the statement released by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after the New York Times reported that he discussed secretly recording President Trump in 2017 and discussed plans to use the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.

NYT: Rosenstein felt used in Comey firing

The New York Times reports Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein felt used by the White House during the firing of former FBI Director James Comey. CNN's Evan Perez reports.

Smears of Robert Mueller are baseless

Special counsel Robert Mueller and his investigation have been beset by...

NYT: Rosenstein suggested secretly recording Trump

In the days after FBI Director James Comey's May 2017 firing, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed wearing a "wire" to record conversations with President Trump and recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office, The New York Times reports.

No president has seen the number of scandals Trump has

Donald Trump seems determined to replicate in a few short years as President all of the Washington scandals ...

The ultimate mystery of the universe

This might win an award for "most obvious statement ever," but the universe is big. And with its size comes ...

Theresa May has finally joined the real world on Brexit

Theresa May awoke on Friday with her ...

Texas may remove Helen Keller from curriculum

Texas students may no longer have to learn about Hillary Clinton, Barry Goldwater and Helen Keller in social studies class. Dallas Morning News reporter Lauren McGaughy explains why.

The thrilling tale that is getting me through 2018

If you're like me, it's harder than usual to ease into back-to-school mode. Amid ...

Sen. Grassley sets deadline for Kavanaugh accuser

Will controversy surrounding Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh drive women to the polls during the November elections? CNN's John Berman has more.

Let's be honest about Dems' Kavanaugh objections

On Tuesday night, the attorney for Christine Blasey Ford, one day after offering to have her client testify ...

Idlib catastrophe can be prevented

Five letters have offered Syrians fleeing the Bashar al-Assad regime a safe haven: Idlib.An ...

Graham wants Kavanaugh vote before midterms

In a statement concerning the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said Christine Blasey Ford's requirement for an FBI investigation is about "delaying the process until after the midterm elections."

Begala: Hypocrisy, thy name is GOP

Washington Republicans - the people who made Judge Merrick Garland wait for a year without so much as a hear...

Trump calls Kavanaugh 'an extraordinary man'

President Donald Trump says he believes Judge Brett Kavanaugh is "an extraordinary man" and he wants to hear from Kavanaugh's accuser Christine Blasey Ford.

This Hispanic Heritage Month feels different

On Monday, President Donald Trump ...

How the MS-13 gang recruits wayward youth

A teen who arrived in the US alone and recently reunited with his mother after a decade apart describes how enticing gang life can be. "This Is Life With Lisa Ling" explores this issue and more Sundays after "Parts Unknown."

The tools of MS-13's trade

This violent street gang is known to use machetes for some homicides, a nod to its origins among immigrants from Central America. "This Is Life With Lisa Ling" explores this issue and more Sundays after "Parts Unknown."

Toobin: Kavanaugh investigation is a 'kangaroo court'

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin accuses Senate Republicans of handling the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh like a "kangaroo court."

Anita Hill: FBI should investigate Ford's claim

In an interview on ABC's Good Morning America, Anita Hill called on the FBI to investigate Christine Blasey Ford's allegation of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The trouble with the Woody Allen 'puff piece'

Soon-Yi Previn has somet...

Expose Steve Bannon for what he is

To Bannon or not to Bannon? That has been the question on the lips of the literati this summer. Steve Bannon...

Kavanaugh, accuser to testify before Senate

After initially resisting to hold a public hearing on the sexual assault allegation that has roiled Judge Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, Republicans are backing down and are allowing Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, to address the accusations.

'Black-ish' actress wears Nike shirt to Emmys

Actress Jenifer Lewis showed support to former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick by wearing a Nike shirt to the Emmy Awards.

Opinion: Why I'm staging 17 minutes of silent protest for Eritrea

It was one week after 9/11, and the world's attention was on New York City. The terrorist attack had changed...

Kavanaugh case: Why the world is watching

One of the most telling comments about the perils facing Judge Brett Kavanaugh came from someone described a...

Kavanaugh accuser draws Anita Hill comparisons

The drama surrounding Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court justice nomination is drawing comparisons to the Anita Hill controversy that gripped the country more than 25 years ago.

Carolina residents reeling after Florence

Residents in North and South Carolina fight rising floodwaters as officials warn the worst is yet to come.

What the Emmys could not deliver

Monday night's Primetime Emmys were the first since the Harvey Weinstein expose broke last fall. It was the ...

With Kavanaugh, McConnell's throne is on the line

An old Senate colleague of Mitch McConnell tells the story of cornering him on the Senate floor to urge the ...

Christine Blasey Ford is risking it all to speak out

Looking back, Anita Hill was the original silence breaker. In her testimony to Congress 27 years ago, ...

Coming home after Hurricane Florence, this is what I found

I remember Hurricane Hugo. Back then, in September 1989, I was one of many Howard University students sendin...

Kavanaugh decision moment: A horrendous act or a monstrous lie

The Brett Kavanaugh hearings feel like a decision moment in American life when everyone has to choose where ...

Farrow's emotional interview on Woody Allen (January 2018)

Actress Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen's adopted daughter, talked to "CBS This Morning" about the sexual assault she says she experienced as a child.

In Syria, is the worst yet to come?

Bashar al-Assad thinks he is winning.The Syrian dictator, according to the Syrian Observatory for Hum...

Huge price hikes by drug companies are immoral

Several pharmaceutical companies have been jacking up the prices of their drugs in unethical ways. Most rece...

Why Kavanaugh should make men question 'himpathy'

The recent accusations of attempted sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have led to...

McConnell: Democrats waited until 11th hour

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) accused Democrats of waiting until "the 11th hour" before Judge Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation vote to bring up the sexual assault allegations against him.

A pointless, savage war is finally over

They walked stiff-kneed and hunched, their eyes wide to the whites as they emerged from the frontline of a w...

Why sexual assault survivors often don't come forward

As the Senate inches closer to determining whether Judge Brett Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the US Supreme...

What hasn't changed about women in power since Anita Hill

In 1991, Anita Hill testified in front of an all-white, all-male Senate Judiciary Committee about her allega...

Don't let Trump anywhere near emergency alerts

In theory, there is nothing objectionable about the White House's plan to send a message from President Trum...

Kellyanne Conway: Accuser should not be ignored

Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway says Judge Brett Kavanaugh's accuser Christine Blasey Ford should be heard on Capitol Hill.

The Kavanaugh controversy is a watershed moment for GOP

This is a watershed moment for the GOP. A President who boasted about sexual assault has nominated a judge f...

Censoring 'Black-ish' was a craven move to satisfy Trump's base

"Black-ish" creator Kenya Barris is the latest public figure refusing to be owned by our current political c...

Carolinas brace for flooding after Florence

Authorities warn that the damage from Florence is far from over as the flood danger continues to be an imminent threat to the Carolinas.

Yes, Trump can sink even lower than denying the death toll in Puerto Rico

Every time I think Donald Trump couldn't possibly sink lower, he proves me wrong.The most recent exam...

Ocasio-Cortez: Need to 'hear out' Kavanaugh accuser

In an exclusive interview with Jake Tapper, New York Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says we need to "hear out" Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's accuser.

Who really paid to protect us from Florence

As we write, Florence is slamming into the Carolinas. State, local and federal emergency planners have been ...

GOPer: Six ways the media can regain lost credibility

In the past few weeks, we've seen the editorial pages lock arms in organized opposition to President Donald ...

Trump is in for a rude awakening in Middle East

The Trump administration's extreme approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is making a difficult situat...

SE Cupp: President Trump is a 'bully'

CNN's SE Cupp responds to President Donald Trump's tweet doubting the accuracy of the amount of deaths that resulted from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

US sanctions are China's big concern right now

Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the des...

The State Department's silence on racism is deafening

The way in which America -- for years a self-proclaimed role model for human rights -- projects its values t...

Here's what's next for Tropical Storm Florence

Rivers and streams are expected to crest and flood over the next few days after Tropical Storm Florence dumped a record amount of rainfall in North Carolina.

Despite guilty plea, Paul Manafort still holds the Trump card

Paul Manafort's decision to plead guilty and cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller, after many month...

Attorney explains why Manafort pleaded guilty

Paul Manafort's attorney, Kevin Downing, makes a brief statement, saying Manafort accepted responsibility and that he "wanted to make sure that his family was able to remain safe and live a good life."

NRATV host slammed over KKK reference

NRATV host Dana Loesch stirred controversy by using an edited image of "Thomas & Friends" cartoon characters wearing Ku Klux Klan hoods on her show "Relentless."

Why you might have to give up your memes

It's the end of the internet as we know it. At least that's what some say about new ...

The fight over defining soy and almond milk

Citizens are learning about the myriad abuses of industrialized animal agriculture, and they are seeking hea...

Paul Manafort guilty plea: How we can really drain the swamp

Paul Manafort's guilty plea heralds the end of the saga of special counsel Robert Mueller's criminal case ag...

Woodward: Nervous breakdown in executive power

Bob Woodward writes in his new book that events in the White House are a "nervous breakdown of the executive power."

Scientist omitted from Nobel Prize finally gets her due

A special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental ...

The question Bob Woodward's book doesn't answer

Bob Woodward's "Fear: Trump in the White House" is a runaway hit. The book has captured many of the Washingt...

Worsening storms are the price of greed

Hurricane Florence is bearing down on the Atlantic Coast, and officials are scrambling to keep people safe a...

When sexual harassers lose power and money

#MeToo is facing an arresting new moment.CBS chief executive Les Moonves lost his job this week after...

This is Apple's new iPhone XR

Apple unveiled a third, lower-end iPhone Wednesday -- the iPhone XR. It starts at $749, has a bright LCD screen, and comes in several colors.

Dire warnings to evacuate ahead of Florence

Officials along the coast of the Carolinas warn that this is the last chance to prepare and get out of Hurricane Florence's path. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

See Hurricane Florence from space

The International Space Station shared views of Hurricane Florence as it moved closer to the US east coast.

Mayor: Once it's upon us, we can't save you

Wilmington, NC, Mayor Bill Saffo warns his residents to evacuate as the East Coast braces for Hurricane Florence.

The worst hurricanes to hit the Carolina coast

Watch four major hurricanes leave a trail of destruction in the Carolina coast in the last century.

In hurricane wind and waves, the poor suffer most

As the Carolinas brace for Hurricane Florence, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper ...

North Carolina resident: Why this time feels different

Before moving to North Carolina's Lower Cape Fear nearly 30 years ago, I'd never witnessed the eye of a hurr...

Mayor: If Trump doesn't learn, God bless us all

As Hurricane Florence approaches the East Coast, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz weighs in on President Donald Trump's comments about his administration's response to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.

Florence prompts mandatory evacuations

More than one million people on the southern East Coast of the United States faced mandatory evacuation orders as Hurricane Florence nears.

Charleston resident: Time moves strangely when a hurricane eyes you

Every morning, since Saturday after Florence made its westward turn, it's a new set of contingencies. As the...

Contradicting stories in deadly police shooting

Dallas police officer Amber Guyger says she shot and killed Botham Shem Jean after she thought she was entering her own apartment, not realizing she was on the wrong floor. Guyger stands charged with manslaughter. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

20 million people in impact zone of 'monster' Hurricane Florence

CNN meteorologist Jennifer Gray explains the best and worst-case scenarios for Hurricane Florence as it approaches the east coast.

Anderson Cooper calls out Sanders' defense

Anderson Cooper discusses Sarah Sanders slamming an anonymous White House official's op-ed in the New York Times.

How I ended abstinence-only sex education in my school

I am not a piece of tape.This particular metaphor was a favorite of Amnion Pregnancy Center, a crisis...

The racist Serena cartoon is straight out of 1910

What makes a bad editorial cartoon?Mark Knight and some of his defenders will tell you the outcry aga...

Senators: Why we need a better cyber Paul Revere

On the verge of the American Revolution, Paul Revere alerted Americans of the British invasion; his legendar...

This is one essential truth about the Dallas shooting

Right now, there are far more questions than answers about the ...

Australia is the nicest racist country you will ever see

Melbourne, Australia has two major newspapers; the Herald-Sun is the Rupert ...

Sending the DOJ after 'Anonymous' is dangerous nonsense

As a former FBI special agent, I watched with horror on Monday as White House press secretary Sarah Sanders ...

Sanders: 'Sad' that op-ed is getting attention

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders responds to the anonymous New York Times op-ed by a senior Trump administration official.

The 1988 meeting that shaped the world we live in

In August 1988, nine men met in Osama Bin Laden's house in Peshawar, Pakistan, to start a group that would e...

Brad Meltzer: Why Neil Armstrong is making news again

Neil Armstrong is making news again. Some might think it's because of the upcoming 50th anniversary of the m...

9/11: 'A gray cloud of debris rolled violently toward us...'

Three-hundred and forty-one New York City firefighters. Twenty-three New York City police officers. Thirty-s...

Without Omarosa, there'd be no President Trump

Omarosa Manigault Newman, often known simply by her first name, needs no introduction.The former Whit...

To hell and back: Swedes can learn from Finns after Sunday's election

Hissen som gick ner i helvete -- "the elevator that descended into hell" -- reads the title of a fa...

Far-right party surges in Sweden

The Swedish general election is too close to call as two centrist coalitions race to a photo finish, their votes split by a surge in support for a far-right party with roots in the neo-Nazi movement. CNN's Atika Shubert reports.

Serena Williams is being punished for speaking her truth

The unfair treatment displayed toward Serena Williams at the US Open is further proof that, in tennis, women...

Social media weighs in on Serena's loss

Tennis great Billie Jean King is one of many weighing on social media about Serena Williams' loss at the US Open final.

Nikki Haley: Combating corruption is about ensuring peace and security

On December 17, 2010, one young man took a stand against corruption, and changed the course of history. ...

Actress Piper Perabo: I was arrested for what I believe in

I got arrested last Tuesday, and it wasn't a scene in a movie.I grew up thinking most people get arre...

Book states Trump claims to be Hemingway of Twitter

President Donald Trump calls himself "the Ernest Hemingway" of Twitter, according to Bob Woodward's new book. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Ana Navarro: What I did on my summer vacation

This is about cruising. In a big cruise ship in the middle of the ocean, for days. Something I never thought...

N. Korea holds military parade for anniversary

Dozens of military vehicles and goose-stepping soldiers paraded through the streets of the North Korean capital to mark the 70th anniversary of the country's founding. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

Alabama residents upset at attacks on Sessions

CNN's Gary Tuchman asks Alabama residents what they think about President Trump's treatment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Afghanistan: The slaughterhouse of journalism

The war in Afghanistan has changed in many ways since its start in 2001, when the US attacked the Taliban an...

Brazil's democracy is quite literally under assault

Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the des...

'Plaid shirt guy' dared to question Trump

Donald Trump doesn't like to be criticized. Time and time again, he has lashed out at those who dare utter a...

With Trump in crisis, Pence waits in his shadow

Vice President Mike Pence was among the first to make the "I didn't write it" pledge in the wake of a shocki...

New round of airstrikes hits Idlib province

Human rights groups fear a humanitarian crisis could be imminent in rebel-held Idlib, Syria, after a ceasefire was not reached and a fresh round of airstrikes were reported. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.

The decline in virus sample sharing is not just about China

T.S. Eliot famously wrote that the world would end with a whimper rather than a bang, but a cough might be t...

'Plaid shirt guy' removed from Trump rally

A high school student was asked to leave a Trump rally in Montana after making animated facial expressions during the President's speech.

Miss America pageant loses swimsuits

HLN's Carol Costello talks to former Miss America Gretchen Carlson about the Miss America pageant decision to no longer have a requirement for swimsuits or evening gowns.

India's second Independence Day set love free

A dull Thursday night it was not to be. At a suburban pub in one of Mumbai's recently gentrified locales at ...

Where is bin Laden's partner in crime, Ayman al-Zawahiri?

Where the hell is Ayman al-Zawahiri and why don't we talk about him any more?Seventeen years ago, in ...

By calling Jeff Sessions a dumb Southerner, Trump has done the impossible

If, as Bob Woodward alleges and is being reported in ...

I'll be watching Miss America to see if it's still about beauty, not brains

I haven't watched the Miss America pageant since my father tried to convince me, at 18, to lose 20 pounds so...

Anonymous 'resistance' is weak tea compared with standing up to Nixon

If Richard Nixon were alive today, he probably would not agree that "President Trump is facing a test to his...

If Mueller is going quiet, so should Trump

Friday, September 7 marks the 60-day point before voters go to the polls in what is shaping up to be one of ...

Why Congress may shut down Trump's war on the poor

Welfare reform is back, together with its accompanying long-standing racial, paternalist and nativist stereo...

Why every American should pay attention to Nicaragua

"We all have a right to express our opinions, and if they are different than the government, that doesn't me...

Axelrod: Trump's reaction backs up NYT op-ed

CNN's David Axelrod reacts to the anonymous New York Times' op-ed, saying there is "no parallel" to this in any previous administration.

Trump on NYT op-ed: You could call it treason

President Donald Trump said that The New York Times' decision to publish an op-ed from a senior administration official describing an internal resistance to the President could be called "treason," in an interview that is slated to be aired on Fox News.

Germany's radical left is fueling anti-immigrant sentiment

Sahra Wagenknecht, the leader of Germany's far-left Die Linke party, has launched a new movement. It is call...

In 'Crazytown,' Brett Kavanaugh's sanity and intellect stand out

Judge Brett Kavanaugh has maintained his composure under a particularly grueling level of interrogation rare...

She's white. I'm black -- how our friendship survived real talk about race

I didn't have a single white friend when I left home for college in the fall of 2006.I was raised in ...

Remembering Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds

He had the swagger and the mustache that defined the 70's. Hollywood star Burt Reynolds passed away at 82. CNN's Stephanie Elam takes a look back at his long career.

A year for the most progressive and populist Democrats to shine

The path to the 2020 presidential election begins with the 2018 midterms. And the message most likely to be ...

Trumpesque alt-right nationalism must be defeated in Europe

Next year's European elections could arguably be the most significant in the short history of the European U...

Why I'm staying in the church

This week, our students begin class. Among the millions of young adults in universities right now, they are ...

David Axelrod: Here's my question for the NYT op-ed writer

What do you do when your boss is dangerously unstable, often clueless and, oh yes ... the President of the U...

Barack Obama is just what the Democrats need

Former President Barack Obama is coming back to the spotlight. In his second major address in the span of on...

The most radical part of Geoffrey Owens' day job

Geoffrey Owens isn't quite a household name, but he has been trending this week for something rather ordinar...

Bob Woodward reminds us that Trump's foreign policy is erratic and dangerous

According to The Washington Post, Barack Obama offered to Donald Trump in their only Oval Office meeting a ...

The cowardice of the 'Sheep Throat' op-ed

This week, The New York Times took the extraordinary step of publishing an anonymous op-ed by a "senior offi...

Kavanaugh asked about 2003 Roe v Wade email

Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reacts to a newly released email showing him commenting on Roe v. Wade while working in the White House in 2003.

Cuomo slams Trump's response to NYT op-ed

Chris Cuomo weighs in on President Trump's response to this week's political news, including the blistering New York Times op-ed penned by an anonymous senior official in the Trump administration.

It took a village to fail Larry Nassar's victims

News that the Justice Department's inspector general is launching an investigation of the FBI's handling of ...

Donald Trump's disdain for the truth makes the case for freeing jailed journalists harder

We should all worry when any court convicts bona fide journalists on trumped-up charges, and by all dependab...

What school was like for RBG

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg faced gender bias as she pursued an education in law.

Colbert attempts Ruth Bader Ginsburg's workout

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg invites Stephen Colbert to workout.

There's a reason Trump attacks these 3 companies

President Trump keeps accusing Google, Facebook and Twitter of trying to silence conservative voices -- a claim that all three companies deny.

The future for peace in Afghanistan is much brighter

Afghanistan, a nation that has seen so much, has borne a great deal in recent months. Pilots ...

NY Times op-ed writer took huge gamble on stopping Trump

Years ago, businessman Donald Trump advised those who would succeed in business that a little paranoia might...

Stelter: NYT has only printed unnamed op-ed a few times in paper's history

CNN's Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter reports.

Woodward book's most frightening message

Bob Woodward's new book, "Fear," is the story of an unstable President and a chaotic White House.In t...

How dare a senior Trump official arrogantly subvert an elected President

In the last week, we have learned that unelected appointees of the executive branch are openly thwarting the...

Operation Contain the President

It is no longer tenable to pretend that concerns about the President's character and judgment are simply par...

Sen. Warner 'deeply disappointed' Google not on Capitol Hill

Sen. Mark Warner, the Senate Intelligence Committee's top Democrat, expressed disappointment that Google did not send a senior executive to the committee's hearing on foreign use of social media to influence US politics.

The hypocrisy of the Nike outrage

Conservative talk radio host Ben Ferguson has...

The answer to social media's woes isn't regulation but openness

Last week, President Donald Trump threatened government regulation of Google. This week, leaders of Twitter ...

Bernstein: Trump presidency a national emergency

Carl Bernstein says details from Bob Woodward's book, "Fear: Trump in the White House," should be a warning sign to congressional Republicans and the country that the Trump presidency is a national emergency.

Treating cancer patients like criminals won't solve the opioid crisis

I am a 45-year-old woman who's always been in fairly good health. I practice yoga, run nine miles a week, lo...

Lemon on Woodward book: This is really ominous

CNN's Don Lemon discusses the revelations from the new book "Fear: Trump in the White House" by Bob Woodward.

Good for you, Monica Lewinsky

Monica Lewinsky ...

Woodward reveals Trump as the King Baby of presidents

Eminent journalist Bob Woodward's book-long take on President Donald Trump, bits of which have been revealed...

Ariana Grande reminds us women have no safe place in America

On Friday at the Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, friends, family members, fans, music icons and powerful po...

Panel: Kelly denies calling Trump an idiot, but not other claims

The Lead political panel discusses the bombshell new Woodward book on the Trump White House.

The disturbing message for students in Urban Meyer's suspension

Welcome back to the world of college football. Before the season's opening kickoff, the Ohio State Universit...

How internet companies could be giving you a lot more privacy

On Wednesday, Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter's chief executive, Jack Dorsey, ...

Lewinsky walks off stage over Clinton question

Monica Lewinsky walked off the stage at an event in Jerusalem when she was asked an "off-limits" question about Bill Clinton.

Pope Francis can't afford to remain silent

There's an old saying that goes: It's not what you say that matters -- it's what you don't say.And la...

Judge Kavanaugh's hearing must be delayed

The ongoing investigation into President Donald Trump's conduct in the 2016 election is not just an inquiry ...

After pomp and emotion of Franklin and McCain funerals, a lingering question

Sometimes, a funeral unites people to make change. Other times, the book is simply closed on a lost past....

Justin Trudeau doesn't want to be the odd man out

Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across Preside...

French schools say 'Non!' to cellphones

Starting Monday, primary, junior and middle school students will head back to classrooms in France sans smar...

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