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President spent 77 minutes at his campaign rally to deliver fact-free retellings of recent historical events
President Donald Trump went to Arizona on Tuesday night and delivered what has now become a trademark speech: Full of invective, victimhood and fact-free retellings of recent historical events.

Rewriting history: Trump pours gas on the culture wars
Donald Trump just showed why even some Republicans question whether he has the temperament and the capacity to serve as President.

'Total eclipse of the facts': Lemon reacts to speech
CNN anchor Don Lemon responded with shock to President Donald Trump's defiant speech at a rally in Phoenix Tuesday night.

Podcast: Trump's doozy of a campaign rally

Watch: Cops and protesters throw gas canisters
What began as a peaceful protest outside the Phoenix Convention Center turned chaotic as police officers used tear gas to manage the thousands protesting President Donald Trump's rally.

Next stop, Reno: Trump to speak to veterans today
President Donald Trump has another speech out West on Wednesday, coming just hours after he held a campaign rally in Phoenix, this time with a scheduled stop in Reno, Nevada.

Former national intelligence director questions Trump's fitness for office
James Clapper, former director of National Intelligence, said Wednesday morning he questioned President Donald Trump's fitness for office.

Analysis: Trump could launch a nuclear bomb really fast
Following President Donald Trump's speech in Arizona on Tuesday, former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on CNN voiced concerns about Trump's mental stability, particularly in relation to his access to the US nuclear arsenal. "The whole system is built to ensure rapid response if necessary," Clapper said. "So there's very little in the way of controls over exercising a nuclear option, which is pretty damn scary."

White House has paperwork ready for Joe Arpaio pardon
The White House has prepared the paperwork for President Trump to pardon former sheriff Joe Arpaio when he makes the final decision to do so, CNN has learned.

Sources: Trump and McConnell haven't spoken since angry phone call
President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have not spoken in nearly two weeks, since a phone call between the two men went awry and left the two men screaming at each other.

Melania Trump thanks Chelsea Clinton
First lady Melania Trump thanked former first daughter Chelsea Clinton on Tuesday night for defending Barron Trump against online bullying -- at the same time President Donald Trump was delivering a raucously divisive speech to supporters in Phoenix.

Cuomo, panelist clash over Trump speech
CNN's Chris Cuomo spars with panelist Paris Dennard over President Trump's comments saying there were "good people" who marched with white supremacists in Charlottesville.

Rally Trump vs. Teleprompter Trump
And just like that, everything is back to abnormal.

Hillary Clinton: My 'skin crawled' when Trump stood behind me
In her upcoming memoir, Hillary Clinton expresses regret and explains what she wishes she could go back and do differently during her failed 2016 campaign, according to excerpts released Wednesday morning.

Former Russian envoy downplays Trump campaign contacts
Russia's former ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak downplayed his contact with members of the Trump campaign on Wednesday, calling allegations that he worked as a spymaster and tried to recruit people within President Donald Trump's orbit "nonsense" during an exclusive interview with CNN.

Kislyak: Spy claims are 'nonsense'
Former Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak speaks to CNN's Matthew Chance about the Trump-Russia scandal.

Photos reveal hidden details of North Korea's missile program
Newly released photos appear to reveal unexpected advances in North Korea's missile program, experts say, including a previously unseen type of projectile.

ESPN slammed over pulling announcer off UVA game because of his name
By trying to avoid an embarrassing ordeal, ESPN has embarrassed itself.

Mayor says Trump is dividing America
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton was not a fan of President Donald Trump's speech Tuesday in his city.

Trump voter: Charlottesville a setup
A group of Trump voters from Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Alabama and Georgia give their take on who is to blame for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Catholic priest reveals KKK past
A Catholic priest is temporarily stepping away from public ministry after writing in an op-ed that he was a member of the Ku Klux Klan decades ago.

KKK leader calls reporter the N-word
In an interview, Ku Klux Klan leader Chris Barker threatens Univision reporter Ilia Calderón.

Opinion: This bill could turn your city into the Wild West
New York's turnaround on violent crime has improved the lives of all New Yorkers. In 1990, there were more than 2,000 murders in our city. Last year, there were 335. Our safe streets have subsequently enabled an economic resurgence that has proven especially beneficial to real estate developers like President Donald J. Trump.

Some people may be 'white supremacists by default'
Blame President Trump for his tepid moral response. Call the neo-Nazis and white nationalists thugs. Fill your Facebook and Twitter accounts with moral outrage.

Potential hurricane threatens Texas
Harvey is making a comeback.

Mel B walks off 'America's Got Talent'
When it comes to being a comedian, Melanie "Mel B" Brown thinks Simon Cowell is all wet.

Biggest NFL names who could be cut

What NBA stars had to say about Kyrie trade

SpaceX just teased a chic new spacesuit

17-year-old QB's death: What everyone missed

Mnuchin's wife apologizes for post
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wife Louise Linton is facing a backlash for an Instagram post -- later deleted -- that touted the couple's wealth.

Target of her Instagram rant responds
Jennifer Miller called out Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin's wife, Louise Linton, over her Instagram post touting the couple's wealth. Miller offers her thoughts on the backlash Linton is receiving.

Singer calls out assault at concert
Sam Carter, the singer for the British band Architects, stopped a show in the Netherlands to call out what he says is sexual assault after a female fan was allegedly groped in the audience.

Shailene Woodley may run for office
Add actress Shailene Woodley to the list of celebs who are considering tossing their hats into the political ring.

The Rock, Tom Hanks reveal 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.

PAC on Kid Rock: We'd be actually very interested
The president of a Republican PAC said he's interested in Kid Rock running for Senate.

Oprah for president?
President Donald Trump's 2016 victory may have been Oprah Winfrey's aha moment, as the talk show icon is now signaling she may be open to a presidential bid.

The place where it rains diamonds
Can you imagine how beautiful it might be to witness snow falling on the rust-colored surface of Mars or a steady rain of glittering diamonds on blue Neptune?

What a shot! 24 amazing sports photos
Take a look at 24 amazing sports photos from August 15 through August 21.

Best photos from the eclipse

Prince Harry: They took photos as Diana was dying
Prince Harry and Prince William talk openly about Princess Diana's death in a new BBC documentary marking the 20th anniversary of her death.

Keeping former convicts out of jail paid off
Funding a program to keep former convicts out of jail has paid off for one group of investors.

How to bank, save and invest responsibly

Where are monuments to Confederate general who favored unity after war
So where are Longstreet's statues?

Jared Kushner won't find his job in Israel easy

Linton's clueless post has a dark side
It's tough out there for a socialite. Especially when money can't buy you good sense.

Udall: It's time to outlaw lunch shaming

Governor was right to stop condemned man's execution
Marcellus Williams was convicted 16 years ago for the 1998 murder of Felicia Gayle, a former reporter in St. Louis, Missouri. She had been stabbed dozens of times and left to die with the murder weapon, a knife, still embedded in her.

3 steps we can take to prevent car attacks
"Just as water retains no constant shape, so in warfare there are no constant conditions," Chinese military strategist and philosopher Sun Tzu is alleged to have said in the fifth century. His words still resonate some 16 centuries later, as our leaders struggle to adapt to the newest terrorist tactics.

Refinance rates take a sharp decline

5 ways to prevent psoriasis flare-ups

2 cards charging 0% interest until 2019

Meghan McCain slams man at Trump rally calling for her father's death

The difference a night makes in Trump speeches
President Trump's speech on Afghanistan strategy was very different in tone from his rally in Phoenix just one night later.

Trump's Charlottesville defense omits two key words
US President Donald Trump tried to rewrite history Tuesday, defending his comments over the clashes in Charlottesville while leaving out the very words that ignited anger in the first place.

Police spray tear gas at protesters following Trump rally
What began as a peaceful protest outside the Phoenix Convention Center turned chaotic Tuesday evening as police officers used tear gas to manage the thousands protesting President Donald Trump's rally there.

Boy with heart transplant dies on first day of school

Don't plan anything important for 2 p.m.
Energy drinks are a $2.8 billion-a-year business in the United States alone, built on the promise of helping you push past that "2:30 feeling."

Most moms aren't putting babies to sleep safely
Despite a 23-year campaign urging that babies be put to bed on their backs, only 43.7% of US mothers report that they both intend to use this method and actually do so all the time, according to a new study.

Mariah Carey has 'always had low self-esteem'
Even divas have their moments of insecurity.

Netflix's 'Death Note' delivers ho-hum horror
"Death Note" has spawned a cottage industry in Japan, with the graphic novels (or manga) adapted into animation, movies and TV. Netflix's film based on the property, however, seriously loses something in translation, yielding a thriller that practically suffocates on its own convoluted plot.

Taylor Swift and snakes: The backstory
With her blonde good looks, trademark red lipstick and hordes of devoted fans, what could Taylor Swift ever have in common with a slithery reptile?

Billy Joel dons Jewish star against Neo-Nazis
Billy Joel may wear his heart on his sleeve in his songs, but Monday night he wore the Star of David to make a statement.

Saying 'I do" during the eclipse

A guide to New York's Central Park
Manhattan might be best known for its towering skyscrapers and bustling pavement, but there are few New York City locales more loved than the 843 acres of green that is Central Park.

Sensational saunas with red-hot views

20 stunning cliffside beaches

When Russia bugged the US State Department

FBI goes undercover to crush white supremacists

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