The House Speaker fired a shot at the President but she did not say where she stands on impeachment
Analysis: 5 reasons why Pelosi doesn't want to impeach Trump
House Democrats huddled Wednesday as Speaker Nancy Pelosi sought to beat back a growing revolt over her oft-stated resistance to the idea of impeaching President Donald Trump. The meeting came after days of increased public willingness by high-ranking Democratic leaders to suggest that impeachment is the right move and now a question of when, not if.
Pelosi: We believe that Trump is engaged in a cover-up
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called her meeting with the Democratic Caucus about impeachment a "respectful sharing of ideas," and believes that President Donald Trump has "engaged in a cover-up."
Analysis: Trump and Pelosi to discuss a different i-word
Everything in Washington comes down to this: It's House Speaker Nancy Pelosi vs. President Donald Trump.
Adam Schiff cancels 'enforcement' meeting
House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff is canceling a Wednesday morning meeting that was intended to take an "enforcement action" against the Justice Department after an offer by the department to provide his panel with documents related the counterintelligence aspect of special counsel Robert Mueller's report, three sources tell CNN.
Tillerson says Trump was 'pretty undisciplined'
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson opened up about his working relationship with Donald Trump during an event in Houston.
Tillerson quietly meets with lawmakers for 7 hours to talk Trump
The former secretary of state quietly met with the top Democrat and Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee Tuesday for an interview about his time in the Trump administration, a congressional aide confirmed to CNN.
Opinion: The White House official who stood up to Trump
The former White House counsel -- and, according to CNBC, the most cited witness in Robert Mueller's report -- Don McGahn may have heeded the President's demand that he not testify before the House Judiciary Committee, but McGahn's background and willingness to defy the President's questionable requests in the past, hints at the notion that he possesses some moral strength. However, until he speaks, we only know that he is less vulnerable than others when it comes to the President's methods.
It just got harder for Trump to keep his tax returns a secret
President Donald Trump has been consistent about very few things during his relatively-short political life. But on one front he has been adamant: He will not release any of his past tax returns.
Federal court unseals Michael Cohen search warrants
A federal court in Washington, DC, has unsealed five search warrants that special counsel Robert Mueller obtained while investigating Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer.
Barr rails against court orders blocking Trump agenda
Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday criticized what he sees as a growing trend of courts issuing nationwide injunctions to pause policy moves within the Executive Branch, which threaten separation of powers and thwarts President Donald Trump's agenda.
Ben Carson thought a basic real estate term was an Oreo cookie
CNN's Don Lemon reacts to Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson's testimony before the House Financial Services Committee.
Investigation into racist photo in Virginia governor's yearbook page inconclusive
An independent investigation conducted into a racist photograph on Virginia Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam's 1984 medical school yearbook page could not "conclusively determine the identity of either individual depicted in the photograph."
Takeaways from Beto O'Rourke's town hall
Beto O'Rourke has taken questions from the crowds at nearly all of his more than 150 events as a presidential candidate -- and in his CNN town hall Tuesday night, it showed.
Opinion: O'Rourke made things personal
Beto O'Rourke showcased the natural charisma that helped make him a national figure during a losing Senate campaign in Texas last year during his CNN Town Hall Tuesday night.
O'Rourke: How to address climate change
Two things were unavoidable as I visited Sargent Farm outside of Pacific Junction in southwest Iowa earlier this month. The first was the smell and sight of rotting soybeans, which were spilling out of busted bins and scattered across the land as far as the eye could see. The second was that the fields had all but turned into lakes.
Constituents react to Amash's call for impeachment
Voters in Rep. Justin Amash's (R-Mich.) district respond after the congressman tweeted out that President Trump has engaged in "impeachable conduct."
Ex-employer: Fired lunchroom worker hadn't charged student for 3 months
A lunchroom worker in New Hampshire who said she was fired for allowing a student to take food without paying hadn't been charging the student for anything for several months, her former employer said.
US intercepts Russian bombers again
For the second time in two days, US F-22 stealth jets intercepted Russian bombers and fighter jets off the coast of Alaska, North American Aerospace Defense Command said in a statement.
Ice-T says he almost shot an Amazon delivery driver who was 'creeping up to my crib'
Ice-T had some strong suggestions for Amazon Tuesday.
Top European crime network busted
One of Europe's most 'prolific' criminal networks, involved in large-scale drug trafficking, money laundering, and assassinations, has been dismantled.
Judge: Qualcomm violates US antitrust law
Qualcomm, the world's largest maker of smartphone modems and microchips, illegally charges companies sky-high prices to license its technology, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
A flamingo in an Illinois zoo had to be euthanized after kid threw a rock at it
A Miller Park Zoo flamingo was euthanized Monday after an elementary school student threw a rock inside the animal's exhibit.
World leader's not-so-subtle message to Trump
As President Trump and senior Iranian officials trade tense exchanges, CNN's Frederik Pleitgen spoke to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif about what he called "economic warfare" targeting Iran and the fragile relationship that exists with the US.
Blaming Brexit, British Steel collapses putting nearly 25,000 jobs at risk
Britain's second biggest steel maker collapsed on Wednesday, putting 4,500 jobs at the company at risk, and threatening another 20,000 at suppliers.
132 tornadoes reported in central US
A powerful spring storm unleashed a mix of drenching rain, flash flooding and hail in the central United States -- along with more than 130 reports of tornadoes in five days.
'NCIS' season finale featured a surprise guest star
This article contains spoilers about the season finale of "NCIS."
First US state legalizes composting of human bodies
Rapper postpones concerts to recover from plastic surgery
Stolen RV sets off violent car chase in California
A suspect who led California Highway Patrol officers on a wild high-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley has been arrested.
Queen learns how to use self-service checkout
Richard Branson: We're at the dawn of new era of space exploration
Richard Branson says that we are finally at the dawn of a new age of space exploration, which will transform our business and personal lives in ways that we have yet to comprehend fully.
MLB team achieves record nobody wants
'The Voice' crowns its latest winner
The winner of Season 16 of "The Voice" was announced Tuesday, and it was a big night for a new kid on the block.
Car hit by train after avoiding crossing arm
A police cruiser was struck by an oncoming train when a Texas sheriff's deputy drove around a lowered crossing arm.
Ellen DeGeneres announces the fate of show
"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" isn't going away -- at least through 2022.
'Toy Story 4' has Keanu Reeves as new character
Pixar Animation released the trailer for 'Toy Story 4' which is set to come out in June.
A photographer went inside Huawei and found it very unlike the rest of China
Huawei phone launches are being delayed by the US blacklist
Huawei's escalating clash with the United States has slammed the brakes on is beginning to hamper the rollout of its new smartphones.
Maine lobster industry devastated by trade war
In the mist of a trade war, China imposed high tariffs on various imports, hitting the lobster industry in Maine hard. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.
Analysis: China's latest trade war card might not be that strong
Chinese President Xi Jinping's actions this week have been rich with symbolism.
Kristen Wiig's comedy pulls out of Georgia after anti-abortion bill signing
The creative team behind "Bridesmaids" has joined a growing movement to boycott Georgia in the wake of the signing of an anti-abortion bill.
Women have abortions for many reasons aside from rape and incest. Here are a few
The reasons why women get abortions are varied and personal. For some, it was because they were victims of rape or incest. Some were in abusive relationships and others weren't ready to be mothers.
Wisconsin Democratic governor says he'll veto Republican bills aimed at restricting abortion
Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers has promised to veto the "born alive" bill and three other Republican-backed state bills aimed at reducing abortions if they end up on his desk.
Sneak peek at the world's first guitar-shaped hotel
Why stay at a regular multistory hotel when you could stay in a guitar?
RV driver led police on a wild chase, as dogs tried to leap out of the vehicle
A suspect who led California Highway Patrol officers on a wild high-speed chase through the San Fernando Valley Tuesday evening has been arrested.
Soldier surprises daughter at graduation
A Florida high school senior was reunited with her father who was deployed in South Korea with the US army.
The most beautiful villages in Italy
These are 20 of Italy's most beautiful villages -- from the isolated hilltop of Civita di Bagnoregio to the Sicilian fishing port of Marzamemi. Check out CNN Travel's list and then start planning your holiday.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain collapses
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant empire in the United Kingdom has collapsed.
Coca-Cola is ready to laugh about the New Coke disaster
Coca-Cola is hoping a failed product from the 1980s will help it go viral in 2019.
Romney's astonishing nonsense about Amash and Mueller
An astonishing thing happened on Saturday. US Rep. Justin Amash, R-Michigan, read the redacted Mueller Report and concluded from the evidence that President Donald Trump committed impeachable offenses, and broke ranks with his party. In a concise tweet, Amash -- a tea party Republican -- announced to the world: "President Trump has engaged in impeachable conduct."
Trump shouldn't take the Iran bait
Why 'Game of Thrones' denied us a fairytale ending
Male politicians who oppose abortion rights will have to answer this
Last week, Alabama passed the most restrictive abortion law in the country. In addition to banning nearly all abortions except in cases where the pregnancy poses a serious health risk to the mother, doctors who perform the procedure can be convicted of a felony and jailed for life.
America is ready for a gay president
I was at a political fundraiser in 2007, in the company of several deep-pocketed longtime donors. President George W. Bush was near the end of his second term and much of the conversation wasn't about the anemic economy, the wars we were engaged in or the policies of the people vying to take his place.
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British PM faces calls to resign over latest Brexit plan
'Prolific' criminal group in Europe busted
One of Europe's most prolific crime groups involved in large-scale drug trafficking, money laundering, and assassinations has been dismantled, Europol said Wednesday.
Award-winning musician: 'Nationality is an accident of birth'
Editor's note: The UN estimates that around 17 million people born in India live outside its borders. The group is considered the world's largest migrant population. From the NBA's first Indian-origin player to the descendant of an indentured laborer, CNN spoke to a handful of people born to Indian parents who settled overseas.
Six dead, 200 injured in protests over Indonesia's election result
Six people were killed and more than 200 injured in Indonesia's capital amid angry protests against the results of the country's recent general election.
Algeria and Argentina officially malaria-free, says WHO
Malaria has been eliminated from Algeria and Argentina, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday, an important milestone in fighting the mosquito-borne disease.
First US state legalizes composting of human bodies
Washington has become the first state in the nation to pass a law allowing composting as an alternative to burial or cremation of human remains.
Yiddish translation of New York's measles message riddled with errors
Late last year, officials at the New York State Department of Health knew they had to act fast to stem the tide of a growing measles outbreak in ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities.
Operating rooms test positive for mold in Washington
Several operating rooms have been shut down in a Washington children's hospital because of mold.
The hottest looks from the Cannes red carpet
This month, Hollywood's brightest stars are descending upon the French Riviera for the annual Cannes Film Festival. Against the idyllic background of the sun-soaked Riviera, this is where some of the world's most high-profile directors premiere the films that they hope will excite critics and viewers alike -- and, if they're lucky, win awards.
Jeff Koons' Rabbit sculpture sells for record $91M
A playful rabbit sculpture by Jeff Koons has become the most expensive work by a living artist ever to sell at auction.
What was Leonardo da Vinci doing at your age?