Days after Nunes gets private look, WH says it will let other probe leaders see reputed surveillance info
The White House said Thursday it was inviting the top-ranking lawmakers on the House and Senate intelligence committees to view materials it said had been uncovered in the course of looking into President Donald Trump's claims he'd been surveilled by the Obama administration.
Russians active in US politics, witness tells Senate committee
The Senate intelligence committee opened its first public hearing on Russian meddling in the US election Thursday with calls for nonpartisanship, citing ongoing foreign interference that threatens "the heart of our democracy."
Witness's blistering words about Trump
Clint Watts, Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, says President Trump used active Russian measures against his opponents during the 2016 election.
Putin knows young Russians are fed up
The thousands of Russians who took to the streets over the weekend may not have vented their fury directly at Vladimir Putin, but the President certainly took note of the message.
Latest updates: WH reacts to NYT report on intel leaks
Trump backers stand by his unsubstantiated voter fraud claims
Despite President Donald Trump's lack of evidence for his claim that millions of votes were cast illegally in last year's election, some of his supporters are standing by the conspiracy theory.
Deputy chief of staff Katie Walsh leaves White House
President Donald Trump on Thursday shook up his senior West Wing staff, days after his administration faced its first major legislative setback in failing to pass a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Trump: 'We must fight' Freedom Caucus and Dems
President Donald Trump appeared to target conservative House members within his own party in a tweet Thursday morning that told his supporters "We must fight" the House Freedom Caucus as well as Democrats next year.
Paul Ryan: I don't want to work with Democrats on health care
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he has no interest in working with Democrats on getting health care legislation passed, disputing a suggestion by the White House to reach across the aisle and bypass conservative House Republicans.
Spicer grilled on Nunes' sources
Press Secretary Sean Spicer faces questions about a New York Times story that reported two White House officials gave Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) intelligence reports that showed President Trump and his associates' conversations were incidentally collected by intelligence agencies.
NC 'bathroom bill' repeal heads to governor's desk
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Congress could kill state retirement plans
Bids roll in for the Mexican border wall
Contractors are already submitting bids for the first step of President Donald Trump's signature promise -- a border wall with Mexico.
Arrest warrant issued for ousted South Korea leader
A court in South Korea approved an arrest warrant for former President Park Geun-hye, the ousted president of the country, in the early hours of Friday.
Trump in 2006: 'I like nepotism'
Speaking to Larry King in 2006, Donald Trump said he "likes nepotism," adding, "if you can't take care of your kids..."
Trump's political forecast: Cloudy with a likely chance of storms ahead
As the White House scans Washington for a bounce-back win after the Obamacare imbroglio, the political forecast is promising only heavy weather.
Opinion: Why Sally Yates is suddenly 'interesting'
Sally Yates, a not widely-known deputy to Loretta Lynch at the Department of Justice, has suddenly become Washington's version of a "person of interest."
How meditating can help you live to 100
CNN's Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how the art of meditation can help you live to 100.
Lessons from meditating with the Dalai Lama
For the past two months, I have been a changed man. It is hard to fully describe, except to say my mood is mostly sunny and more patient than usual.
Drink this daily and you may live longer
Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells us how drinking alcohol in moderation can help you live to 100.
Saying 'hello' can extend your life
Dr. Sanjay Gupta tells us how something as simple, and as nice, as saying "hello" can help you live to 100.
The island where people forget to die
The term "Blue Zones" has been used to describe small pockets of the world where people, on average, live longer and healthier lives. One such Blue Zone is the Greek island of Ikaria.
Why you should straighten up and stand right
Your mother was right, you do need to stand and sit up straight. And now there's an app to help remind you.
Facebook launches personal fundraising tool
Watch out, GoFundMe. You have some big new competition in the fundraising space.
The 'It' trailer freaked you out
Maybe don't send in the clowns?
Qatar Airways offers loaner laptops after electronics ban
Qatar Airways has a way around the ban on electronics on U.S.-bound flights: It will lend you a laptop.
Conspiracy theories transcend politics
Conspiracy theories are nothing new in Washington, but the role of conspiracy theorist has grown to include more than just the Trump administration. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
Van Jones: Trump may have signed Earth's death warrant
As usual, Donald Trump is completely upside down on the facts.
Artist creates Beyonce statue out of cheese
Joining the ranks of iconic works of art such as the Mona Lisa and The Creation of Adam is a new masterpiece simply known as Brie-Oncé.
NBA player posts photo of head injury
McAdoo didn't return to the game after suffering the injury, but Warriors PR noted he did not suffer a concussion.
Meet a 700-year-old man
A skull from the medieval ages was reconstructed by the University of Cambridge.
Ivanka Trump's new unpaid federal job
Ivanka Trump is changing course and will become a government employee in the coming days, a White House official told CNN Wednesday.
What's on Netflix and Amazon in April
April showers bring...lots of new streaming content.
World Photography Awards' best photos of the year
Visiting a gas station is usually an inconsequential part of a road trip.
Watch this first-ever record-breaking flip
Andri Ragettli is a professional free skier from Switzerland and he just did a world-first: rotating five times while flipping off-axis four times.
Iceland's Blue Lagoon unveils cool new luxury hotel
For many people visiting Iceland, a trip to the steamy waters of the Blue Lagoon is the highlight.
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Luxury getaways for younger travelers
Get used to hearing babies crying in First Class or seeing toddlers at the check-in desk at high-end hotels.
US Women's Hockey team shoots for equality -- and scores
Ivanka's role raises red flags
Despite previously stating that she would not take on an official role in her father's administration, Ivanka Trump is now moving into an advisory position as a government employee in the White House.
Bill O'Reilly offended all Americans
Bill O'Reilly's repellent, on-air comment Tuesday has helped shine a spotlight on the ways in which black women are stereotyped and denigrated. The #BlackWomenAtWork hashtag that quickly blew up on Twitter after he publicly disrespected Rep. Maxine Waters, the most senior African-American woman in Congress, brought women's stories of systemic, widespread and routine affronts rushing to the surface.
What $100 can buy you in jail might surprise you
Insulting allies makes America vulnerable, not great
Stop shaming poor people for being poor
One of the most searing memories from my childhood is the day my mother sent me to the local IGA with a book of food stamps in one hand and a grocery list in the other. Little else I have done in the intervening three decades of life made me feel as much shame as I did that day.
Reduce your mortgage by $20,000 with these 5 steps
Top 8 credit cards for excellent credit
10x interest savings accounts are terrifying banks
April Ryan asked the most important question of the Trump presidency
After a contentious -- and some said condescending, sexist and racist -- back-and-forth with White House reporter April Ryan at a press briefing Tuesday, Sean Spicer tried to get over the dust-up at the Wednesday briefing.
Source: Kushner meeting with Russian bank exec was to 'engage with' Russia
When President Donald Trump's son-in-law and aide Jared Kushner voluntarily appears before the Senate intelligence committee, he will describe his interactions with Russians during the transition as a point man "looking for the right person to engage with on Russia," and nothing more, according to a source familiar with what transpired.
What is a rage room?
Let's be honest with ourselves - it sometimes feels good to be bad.
Did Flint water crisis cause Legionnaires outbreak?
Virginia Tech Professor Marc Edwards released to CNN the unpublished results of a study that show the Flint water crisis most likely caused the deadly outbreak of Legionnaires disease that killed at least 12 people since 2014.
Should you really feed a cold and starve a fever?
"Feed a cold, starve a fever" is an age-old adage, though its origin -- and its practicality -- is unclear.
Life-saving treatment being thrown in the trash
In early August 2015, Chris Lihosit fell ill with an exhausting, dehydrating and pyjama-soaking fever that mysteriously disappeared two days later.
Why flu shots fail even when the match is right
In 2009, two flu vaccines manufactured by the same company did not equally protect against the circulating H1N1 flu virus. A study published Wednesday in the journal Science Translational Medicine examines the question: Why did one vaccine offer 35% less protection against the flu?
Abby Lee Miller suddenly exits 'Dance Moms'
The Lifetime reality series "Dance Moms" might be better known for its drama than dancing.
'Buffy' photo reunion revives Angel vs. Spike debate
Which are you: #TeamAngel or #TeamSpike?
'The Boss Baby' doesn't milk enough laughs
"The Boss Baby" milks a fertile premise until it feels about as perfunctory as corporate drudgery. While DreamWorks Animation's latest movie starts well and ends sweetly, the loud, frenetic middle seems like an awfully good time to squeeze in a nap.
Lamar Odom is sober and full of regret
Lamar Odom knows he is lucky to be alive.
Hollywood's writers might be headed for a strike
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12 of the best canalside hotels in Amsterdam
Five things you didn't know about Jesus
With Lent underway, and the original series "Finding Jesus" back on CNN, you're going to hear a lot about Jesus.
'Saint Death' worshippers revere life
Santa Muerte, or "Saint Death," is a Mexican folk religion that combines traditional aspects of Catholicism with ancient Aztec religiosity to form a new faith.
Mysterious face revealed behind church organ
The removal of a massive church organ in Rhode Island has uncovered a 170-year-old mystery involving the carved faces of a woman.
Religious scholar Reza Aslan explores the origin and central ideas of Scientology, the new American religion founded by L. Ron Hubbard. "Believer" airs every Sunday at 10p ET.
Even a religious expert won't ace this
Watch "Finding Jesus" Sundays at 9 p.m. ET, followed by religious scholar Reza Aslan's new show, "Believer," at 10 p.m. ET starting March 5.
Is Ivanka qualified? Commentators battle
Political commentators Kayley McEnany and Amanda Carpenter battle over Ivanka Trump's new White House job as special assistant to the President.
Former student could foil Trump U. settlement
A Trump University student won't settle her fraud case until she sees President Donald Trump in court. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.