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Cillizza: Mr. President, no one said you said this
After an appearance alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday, President Donald Trump paused to push back against reports that he had disclosed highly classified information to the Russians.

Trump: 'I never mentioned' Israel to Russians

Donald Trump's 3 big flip-flops
President Donald Trump is winning kudos for the start of his nine-day foreign trip.

Trump is the first US president to visit the Western Wall

Opinion: The ugly truth behind Saudi Arabia's love for Melania
Donald Trump's first major trip overseas may be fraught with diplomatic land mines for the President, but the Trump administration can at least comfort itself with the clear hit that Melania Trump has been with the Saudi press.

Melania's outfits cause a stir in Saudi Arabia
Melania Trump's outfits are getting praise for being "classy and conservative," but also garnering criticism for breaking the rules in Saudi Arabia.

A behind-the-scenes view of Trump's foreign trip

Internet reacts to Melania's hand gesture
An awkward moment between Melania and Donald Trump in Israel caught the internet's attention.

Police: Campus killing suspect is part of 'Alt Reich' FB group
The FBI is helping to evaluate whether the fatal stabbing by a white student of a black student visiting the University of Maryland will be prosecuted as a hate crime, university police said Sunday.

Michael Flynn expected to plead the Fifth, source says
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn won't provide records to the Senate intelligence committee and will invoke his Fifth Amendment rights in response to a subpoena from the committee, according to a source close to Flynn.

Trump's budget plan to include 6 weeks of paid family leave ...
President Donald Trump's 2018 budget will push for the creation of a federal paid family leave program that will provide families after the birth or adoption of a child with six weeks of paid leave, a Trump administration official tells CNN.

... and $800B in Medicaid cuts
Donald Trump's budget that is expected to be unveiled on Tuesday will include $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid -- a move that underscores the President's resolve to significantly downsize the federal program even as Republican lawmakers are clashing over the issue in Congress.

Supreme Court calls North Carolina's congressional maps unconstitutional
The Supreme Court struck down two congressional district maps in North Carolina Monday, holding that the state had engaged in an unconstitutional gerrymander.

Why Ford fired its CEO

Trump was 'exhausted' when he said 'Islamic extremism,' White House says
The difference between "Islamic extremism" and "Islamist extremism"? One exhausted President.

Rep seeks impeachment, gets threats
Rep. Al Green played recordings at a town hall on Saturday of racist threats he received after recently calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment.

Black congressman threatened with lynching
Rep. Al Green of Texas called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Shortly thereafter, he received racist and menacing voicemails.

Trump called hypocrite for Saudi bow
President Donald Trump was criticized as a hypocrite for seemingly bowing before the Saudi King, an act for which he had criticized then-President Barack Obama for doing back in 2012.

Texas lawmakers pass controversial bathroom, adoption bills
The Texas House of Representatives on Sunday approved a limited "bathroom bill" that would require public high school students to use restrooms that match the gender on their birth certificates.

Times Square victim's dad writes thank-you letter to NYC
Tom Elsman can barely process the grief of losing his daughter in last week's Times Square rampage. But he still made sure to write a letter thanking the people of New York City.

Quickly catch up on today's news
Here's what you might have missed on CNN today:

Tillerson held a briefing without US press

Boyfriend: MMAer unknowingly fought pregnant

Trump touched an orb, setting the Internet aglow
Saudi Arabia rolled out the red carpet for US President Donald Trump on his inaugural overseas trip, but a moment involving a glowing orb had observers scratching their heads.

From seminary to $51M deal on 100 mph fastball

Indy 500 driver robbed at Taco Bell

NBA player detained in Romania opens up

College football player critical after stabbing

Water breaches 'Doomsday' vault entrance

The Rock reveals 2020 campaign
While hosting "Saturday Night Live" for the fifth time, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson announced a 2020 presidential campaign bid with Tom Hanks as his running mate.

Police raided a sex party in Jakarta, and the LGBT community is afraid
A raid by police on a gym and sauna in the Indonesian capital Jakarta on Sunday evening is being seen by some as the latest evidence of a crackdown on the rights of the country's LGBT population.

Sharia court sentences gay men to public lashing
A Sharia court in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province sentenced two gay men to a public caning Wednesday.

Putin pressed on Chechen gay detention reports
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has raised reports of the detention and abuse of gay men in Chechnya with Russian President Vladimir Putin, urging the leader to protect the rights of minorities across the country.

Gay men tell of brutality in Chechnya
Two men say they had to escape from Chechnya because the government is rounding up and torturing gay men. CNN's Matthew Chance reports from Moscow.

Opinion: Who's really at fault in sea lion attack
Video has emerged of a little girl being dragged off a pier and into the water Saturday by a sea lion in British Columbia. The girl's family reportedly had been feeding the sea lion and whistling or holding their hands over the water, as if they were holding a treat. The video shows the emboldened creature (of the family otariinae) emerge from the water, and in one swift movement, grab the girl's dress with its mouth and pull her under.

Did Kelly Clarkson jinx a hockey team?
Kelly Clarkson sang the "National Anthem" before the Predators lost their first home playoff game after winning six in a row.

The week in 26 photos
Take a look at 26 photos of the week from May 12 through May 18.

New Ford CEO's resume includes furniture and football
Jim Hackett, the newly crowned CEO of Ford, has a track record that includes self-driving cars, office furniture -- and hiring a college football coach.

Want to be a millionaire? Do this
You might be surprised at how much of a difference a small increase can make.

Here's why we get overtime pay

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Trump is picking the wrong battle on health care
In the budget that President Donald Trump is expected to release Tuesday, CNN has reported that there will be $800 billion in cuts to Medicaid, which assumes that the reductions contained in the House health care bill become law. With all of the frenzied coverage of President Trump's trip overseas and the ongoing investigation into "Russiagate," one of the biggest stories of the day might have slipped under the radar.

I know real reason Trump touched the glowing orb
Everyone's freaking out about Donald Trump's involvement with the glowing orb, on which he placed his hands during his visit to Saudi Arabia Sunday -- along with Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud,and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi -- to officially open, we're told, the Global Center for Combating Extremist Ideology.

Why Saudis rolled out the red carpet for Trump
Imagine Houston run by an efficient version of the Taliban, and you get an approximation of what it is like to live in Riyadh, the Saudi capital.

Bathtub accidents kill more Americans than terrorism. Your point?
More Americans die from accidents in the bathtubs than from attacks by terrorists. Should we then care so much more -- and spend so much more -- to prevent terrorist attacks than bathtub mishaps? We think so. The reason is simply human nature. And the terrorist attack last month in Paris, on the eve of the critical French elections, showed once again that human nature is, in many ways, unchanging.

Trump's doublespeak in Saudi Arabia
If there's one thing we've learned about Donald Trump, it is that he has no qualms about contradicting himself to get what he wants. In Saudi Arabia, he wanted a $110 billion arms deal -- not to promote peace and tolerance, as he later proclaimed in his Sunday speech.

How 'SNL' got under Trump's skin
"Saturday Night Live's" season finale opened with Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump, singing the classic Leonard Cohen song, "Hallelujah." I bet the real Trump was also saying "hallelujah" as this show's season came to a close.

Mortgage rates plummet. Lock in now!

Consumers rush to jaw-dropping savings rates

2 absurd cards now offer 0% intro APR until 2019

On Islam, Trump is consistently inconsistent

Trump sees Iranian threat as unifying force in quest for Middle East peace
Iran is giving President Donald Trump a reason to feel optimistic about Middle East peace.

No fruit juice for kids under 1, pediatricians advise

The real reason Chinese women bound their feet

10 hospitalized with botulism tied to nacho cheese

How shortchanging dads hurts the whole family
In most families, mothers and fathers both work hard. Pew Research recently reported that moms and dads in the U.S. work essentially equal hours when paid work hours are combined with household chores and child care hours.

Former WH photographer hits 'campaign trail' with Frank Underwood
A former White House photographer is back on presidential duty thanks to Netflix.

How the 'Love Actually' Red Nose short came about
In just a few days, "Love Actually" fans will find out what has happened to their favorite characters since the film first turned audiences into absolute mush 14 years ago.

Inside Beyoncé's baby shower
Don't act like you didn't know Beyoncé was going to shut it down when it came to her baby shower.

Billboard Music Awards 2017: What you missed
The 2017 Billboard Music Awards were held Sunday in Las Vegas and oh what a night.

K-pop group beats US stars to win Billboard award
The name BTS may not be familiar to the majority of Americans, but that didn't stop the South Korean boy band from making history Sunday night, when they became the first K-pop group to clinch a Billboard Music Award.

The world's tastiest rail journey

How Amsterdam cleaned up its sleazy center
It was raw and in-your-face, sleazy yet seductive, but Amsterdam's famous Red Light District has been cleaned up and a new character is emerging.

A guide to Malaysia's rising tourism star
Sometime after the tin slump of the 1980s, Ipoh earned a reputation for being a retirement destination, or just a pit stop on the way to Penang.

'Mudlarking' down London's River Thames
Join CNN for a truly British 'Mudlarking' trip down London's River Thames. What was a job in the 19th century is now a 'muddy' hobby, requiring a permit.

An officer's instincts saved this boy from drowning
Topeka Police Officer Aaron Bulmer knew something wasn't right when he spotted a little boy standing alone in the city's Central Park on a drizzly, crisp Sunday morning. He was responding to a robbery call, but became so concerned for the 3-year-old that he drove around the park to get a better look at him.

Catching the 'Facebook killer': The Inside story

Atlanta bridge collapse: How police saved lives

Watch police rescue woman from burning car
Imagine you're driving down a deserted residential street in the middle of the night when your car suddenly loses all power and rolls to a stop.

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