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Trump to begin renegotiating NAFTA with Mexico, Canada
President Donald Trump said Sunday he will begin renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement when he meets with the leaders of Canada and Mexico.

Trump softens tone in Sunday's speech, talks tornadoes
Hallmarks of President Donald Trump's free-wheeling, unconventional campaign style have long been expected to carry over to the White House, but what remained to be seen was whether his promises of acting "so presidential" would come to pass.

Schumer: Spicer's stalling claims 'ridiculous'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) says that the White House's accusations that Democrats are holding up Rep. Mike Pompeo's (R-KS) confirmation as CIA Director are "ridiculous."

At least 12 dead in Georgia storms
Eleven people were killed in severe weather that struck southern Georgia in the overnight hours Saturday into Sunday.

Conway cites 'alternative facts,' defends false crowd size claim
White House press secretary Sean Spicer's false claims about the size of the crowd at President Donald Trump's inauguration were "alternative facts," a top Trump aide said Sunday.

Opinion: Dear team Trump, 'alternative facts' are lies
Donald Trump's White House counselor Kellyanne Conway coined a new term Sunday morning when she stated that White House Press secretary Sean Spicer was not lying about the size of the crowd at Trump's inauguration. Instead, Conway claimed, Spicer simply told us "alternative facts."

White House attacks media for accurately reporting crowds
"That's what you guys should be writing and covering," new White House press secretary Sean Spicer angrily lectured reporters on Saturday during his first remarks from the podium of the press briefing room.

Ex-Clinton press secretary: Spicer should resign
Brian Fallon, Hillary Clinton's former press secretary, on Sunday slammed White House press secretary Sean Spicer, saying he had "told a lie" and should resign if he couldn't stand up to his boss.

Did Spicer really mean it when he said this?
During a January 4, 2017, interview with David Axelrod, then in-coming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said he could not do his job if he had to lie because it would hurt his credibility with the press.

Brian Stelter slams press secretary Spicer
CNN's Brian Stelter opened his show "Reliable Sources" Sunday with a critique of new White House press secretary Sean Spicer.

Severe storms rip through Georgia
Severe weather struck southern Georgia on January 21 and 22.

Women around the world march -- and wait
Women of all generations streamed on to the National Mall Saturday morning, gathering for the Women's March on Washington to push back on the Republican agenda and offer a sharp rebuke of President Donald Trump's history of derogatory comments about women.

Madonna has some coarse words for Trump
Madonna speaks at the Women's March on Washington the day after President Donald Trump's inauguration.

Conway: Trump will not release tax returns
President Donald Trump will not release his tax returns -- even after the audit he's frequently cited is completed -- senior adviser Kellyanne Conway said Sunday.

What you need to know about the NFC and AFC Championships
The Super Bowl is so close you can almost SMELL it (but luckily you can't, because it would smell like man sweat and fryer grease).

CIA officers: Trump speech was disrespectful
CIA officers tell CNN's Jim Sciutto that President Trump's speech at the CIA headquarters was "disrespectful."

On 'SNL,' Putin brags about buying America
On the first episode of 'Saturday Night Live' after President Trump's inauguration, a smug Vladimir Putin brags about Russia's role in the election.

'SNL' spoofs Kellyanne Conway with musical
"Saturday Night Live" spoofed Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway's rise to fame with a parody of the Broadway hit musical "Chicago."

The week in 29 photos
Take a look at 29 photos of the week from January 13 through January 19.

Study: Facebook can actually make us more narrow-minded
On the surface, it seems like social media has the boundless potential to expand our world, connecting us to ideas and people we otherwise would never have found. However, a new study claims just the opposite: Social media actually isolates us, creating and facilitating confirmation biases and echo chambers where old -- and sometimes erroneous -- information is just regurgitated over and over again.

Muslim leader on why he spoke at Trump event
CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Imam Mohamed Magid, executive director of the All Dulles Area Muslim Society, about the prayer service President Trump attended.

New York Times investigating apparent Twitter hack
The New York Times is investigating an apparent hack of one of its Twitter accounts that happened Sunday morning.

Mom arrested after Facebook video of toddler taped to wall
Shayla Rudolph said she needed to get some housework done, so she taped her toddler to the wall -- and then went on Facebook Live to show the world.

Trump trades private fleet for Air Force One
Jake Tapper looks at Donald Trumps switch from Trump Force One to Air Force One... is it a step down?

Britain's prime minister to visit Trump in Washington
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will visit US President Donald Trump in Washington on Friday, likely making her the first foreign leader to meet with the newly inaugurated president.

WH begins talks on pledge to move US embassy in Israel
The White House says it is in the beginning stages of discussions regarding President Donald Trump's pledge to move the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Netanyahu to discuss Syria, Palestinians and Iran with Trump
The civil war in Syria, the Palestinians and the nuclear agreement with Iran will be on the agenda when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls US President Donald Trump on Sunday, Netanyahu told his weekly Cabinet meeting.

Opinion: Trump's Hundred Days clock is ticking
The clock is ticking. President Trump has between now and April 29 to make the most of his Hundred Days.

Meet America's new first family
Now that their dad is the President, CNN takes a look at Trump's children and their background.

Melania Trump returns to New York
First lady Melania Trump is returning to New York Sunday, after a whirlwind inaugural weekend in Washington.

Two very different meanings for two brightly colored hats
Two very different types of crowds visited Washington in the past couple days -- one jubilantly cheering the swearing in of the 45th President of the United States, the other holding up signs that displayed messages like "Awful Man."

Opinion: Can women's march turn a moment into a movement?
It was certainly a magic moment -- hundreds of thousands of women pouring hour after hour into the Mall in Washington, joined in protest by women in dozens of American cities and even in a half dozen or more big cities overseas. All told, reported the Washington Post, millions marched to champion their rights and those of others, one of the biggest crowds in recent years.

Canadians say they were turned away at US border
At least two Canadians say they were turned away at the US border after revealing that they intended to go to the Women's March.

Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura dies in Dominican Republic wreck
Kansas City Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura was killed Saturday in a car wreck in his native Dominican Republic, the team said Sunday. He was 25.

AFCON 2017: Agony for host Gabon as it exits after goalless draw
Host Gabon exited the Africa Cup of Nations after being held to a goalless draw by Cameroon, which progressed from Group A with Burkina Faso Sunday.

Schumer will oppose any 'out of the mainstream' Supreme Court pick
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday he opposes eight or nine of President Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees -- and could also attempt to block his eventual Supreme Court nominee.

Relive President Trump's inauguration
From a private church service to the oath to the inaugural balls, watch President Trump celebrate his inauguration.

Trump's Day 2: Prayers, the CIA and a media slap
President Donald Trump had his day of pageantry and night of revelry. He saw the Senate confirm his nominees to helm the defense and homeland security departments, signed an executive order pulling back on the Affordable Care Act and called for a regulatory freeze.

Trump says he is in 'running war' with media
President Donald Trump started and finished a speech he gave at the CIA headquarters Saturday afternoon by criticizing the "dishonest media." Several of the things he said were inaccurate.

Trump leaves world diplomats down and out
Donald Trump's first address as US president wasn't just watched by Americans -- the world was listening too, and for now, his inaugural remarks have left some depressed, many wary and everyone waiting for more.

Trump's peculiar CIA speech
President Donald Trump gave remarks at CIA headquarters a day after being sworn-in as the 45th president.

Trump to CIA: 'I am with you 1,000%'
President Donald Trump, seeking to demonstrate he backs the intelligence community after a turbulent transition, told CIA employees Saturday at their headquarters: "I am so behind you."

Trump's inauguration cake a copycat?
A cake at President Donald Trump's inaugural ball night mirrored one at President Barack Obama's in 2013.

Trump's DC hotel is the new legal hot spot in town
The moment Donald Trump became the 45th President, some legal experts say he triggered a violation of the foreign emoluments clause in the Constitution, flouted the plain terms of the lease for his Washington hotel, and opened himself up to a dizzying array of ethical questions on financial conflicts of interests.

Confidante on President Trump's first day
Longtime Trump confidante and Inaugural Chairman Tom Barrack reviews Trump's actions during inauguration and his first day, and obsession with crowd size.

5 dead as car deliberately plows into crowd in Melbourne
A 10-year-old girl and a three-month-old baby boy were among five people killed when a driver deliberately ran over pedestrians in a busy street in central Melbourne on Friday.

Envoys gather for Syria peace talks
Delegates have begun arriving in Kazakhstan for peace talks on Syria brokered by Russia and Turkey.

Photos: Women's March on Washington
People from all over the country take part in the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, January 20, the day after Donald Trump's inauguration.

There was even a women's march in Antarctica
Yes, there's even a women's march in Antarctica.

Scarlett Johansson to Trump: Support all women
Actress Scarlett Johansson spoke at the Women's March on Washington to address issues of women health and inequality after President Trump's inauguration.

Women's March pits new activists with a 'nasty' message against Trump
Beyond the empty seats filled a day earlier by President Donald Trump's VIPs, far past the stage where celebrities and activists headlining Saturday's Women's March took turns delivering campaign-style speeches, a smaller gathering of protesters blocks from Pennsylvania Avenue quietly strained for a view of the White House's South Portico.

MH370 victims' relatives implore Malaysia to restart search
The families of victims on board the missing flight MH370 said Sunday they planned to hand-deliver a petition and personal letters to Malaysia's transportation minister urging the search for the plane be resumed.

This is how Iran's hardliners reacted to Trump
CNN's Fred Pleitgen travels to the religious city of Qom to hear from Iranians and their perception of the newly elected president of the United States.

Cuomo: States, use your power to protect women's rights
Earlier this month, I delivered my State of the State address for 2017. This annual message is an opportunity for the governor to lay out his initiatives, priorities and goals to meet the needs of New Yorkers for the coming year. There is rarely a clear consensus on every initiative. But on the issue of women's rights, almost all New Yorkers agree: Equality for women -- true equality -- shouldn't simply be a goal for 2017. It must be a right.

Twitter fixes botched @POTUS account transfer

7.9 quake strikes off Papua New Guinea
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake has struck west of Papua New Guinea.

The world's happiest places

At least 4 dead after storm rips through Mississippi
A severe storm ripped through southern Mississippi early Saturday, damaging several structures in Hattiesburg -- including parts of a private college and a fire station -- and leaving an undetermined number of people injured, officials said.

Georgia Dome's final game has Super Bowl significance
The NFC Championship Game between the Green Bay Packers and Atlanta Falcons is Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET, and the noise level from football fans at the Georgia Dome likely will be at an all-time high.

Andy Murray upset by Mischa Zverev at Australian Open
A day after his younger brother nearly upset one of the game's greats at the Australian Open, Mischa Zverev went one better when he eliminated Andy Murray in four sets to hand the world No. 1 his worst grand slam defeat -- in ranking -- in a decade.

White nationalist punched during interview
Alt-right founder Richard Spencer was punched on Friday during an interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation near President Donald Trump's inauguration.

See video of the punch
Alt-right founder Richard Spencer was punched during an interview with ABC News Australia.

The week in politics
Take a look at the week in politics from January 15 through January 21.

Trump to CIA: I am so behind you
During a press conference at CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia, President Donald Trump says that he is so behind the intelligence community.

Protests against Donald Trump in Mexico
Protests in Mexico continued against the new US President, Donald Trump. CNN's Leyla Santiago has the story.

Women's marches around the world
From Paris to Antarctica, people across the globe took to the streets following Trump's inauguration.

Trump brings campaign populism to DC
The cloak of the presidency isn't changing Donald Trump. Not one bit.

Trump leads standing ovation for Clintons
During his remarks at the Inauguration Day luncheon, President Donald Trump said he was honored that former President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton were in attendance.

Trump signs executive order on Obamacare
Within hours of taking the oath of office, President Donald Trump on Friday night signed an executive order aimed at trying to fulfill one of his most impassioned campaign promises: Rolling back Obamacare.

Eiffel Tower could get a makeover
The Eiffel Tower could get a makeover as Paris bids for the 2024 Olympics.

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