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NCAA investigating Michigan State over Larry Nassar case

The NCAA has opened an investigation into Michigan State University's handling of sexual abuse allegations against sports doctor Larry Nassar. More>>

ICE detains Michigan doctor who left Poland in 1979; family wants answers

Dr. Lukasz R. Niec was 5 years old when his parents fled Poland with their two children in 1979, his sister says. More>>

AT&T wants Congress to pass a net neutrality law

AT&T is calling on Congress to settle the internet freedom debate by passing a federal net neutrality law. More>>

Serial killer in Kasur: Pakistan city grieves for its girls

Aasia Bibi last saw her eight-year-old daughter Laiba as she waved her off on her way to a Quran class in July 2017. She did not return for dinner. More>>

Sessions' aura of integrity fades with report of interference with FBI

The Trump administration's soft-spoken, yet hard-edged attorney general, Jeff Sessions, may have just squandered the reputation for integrity that he earned when recusing himself from Russia investigation. More>>

'This Is Us:' Jack's cause of death revealed and fans are heartbroken

Caution: This post contains spoilers about the latest episode of NBC's "This Is Us." More>>

US' Mattis sees risk in Turkey's operation in Syria

US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has called on Turkey to show restraint in its military incursion in northern Syria, warning that violence on the border could create a vacuum for ISIS and Al Qaeda militants, Reuters reports. More>>

Trump is a moving target as Congress negotiates on immigration

The Homeland Security secretary made the rounds Tuesday on Capitol Hill as she continues to press the agency's priorities in immigration talks -- but she's facing skepticism from senators about the administration's... More>>

Judge says Pentagon must give notice if planning to transfer US detainee it alleges fought for ISIS

A federal judge ruled Tuesday evening that the Defense Department must provide 72 hours' notice to the attorneys for a US citizen accused of fighting for ISIS and detained in Iraq as an "enemy combatant" if it intends to... More>>

Ursula K. Le Guin, famed science fiction and fantasy writer, dies at 88

Fantasy novelist Ursula K. Le Guin died Monday afternoon in her Portland, Oregon, home, her son Theo Downes-Le Guin said. She was 88. More>>

Kentucky school shooting: 2 students killed, 18 injured

Another high school has turned into a scene of carnage, this time in western Kentucky. More>>

'We will not go': Rohingya fear repatriation to Myanmar

Traveling at speed in a ramshackle truck, a group of 44 Rohingya refugees make the last stage of their harrowing 10-day journey into Bangladesh after fleeing from Myanmar. More>>

Even white women are abandoning Trump

If the 2020 election were held today, President Donald Trump would lose, convincingly, to three of the most-mentioned potential 2020 Democrats, according to a new CNN/SSRS poll. More>>

URGENT - The Russia investigation

(CNN) -- Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates has added a prominent white collar attorney to his defense team, a sign he may be negotiating with Mueller More>>

Washington Post: Trump asked acting FBI director McCabe who he voted for in 2016

President Donald Trump asked acting FBI director Andrew McCabe who he voted for in the 2016 election in an introductory Oval Office meeting, The Washington Post reported Tuesday, citing several current and former US... More>>

Sweden demands answers from China over detained book publisher

Sweden has demanded answers from China over the brazen abduction of a Swedish book publisher, Gui Minhai, calling for his "immediate release" in a statement Tuesday. More>>

Exclusive: New signs Gates may be negotiating with Mueller's team

Former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates has quietly added a prominent white-collar attorney, Tom Green, to his defense team, signaling that Gates' approach to his not-guilty plea could be changing behind the scenes. More>>

Top Democrat calls Trump a 'known liar'

Rep. Jerry Nadler says he didn't believe President Donald Trump when he denied reports that FBI Director Christopher Wray had threatened to resign. More>>

5 Things revealed about the Russia probe on Tuesday

Tuesday saw a flurry of new developments in the special counsel probe led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller, each adding to what the public knows about the investigation hanging over the Trump administration. More>>

Conservative evangelical leader: Trump gets a 'mulligan' on his behavior

Tony Perkins, the president of the conservative Family Research Council, contended Tuesday that the evangelical community has given President Donald Trump a "mulligan" when it comes to his personal behavior. More>>

Wendy Vitter, wife of David Vitter, nominated for New Orleans federal judgeship

President Donald Trump has nominated Wendy Vitter to serve as a U.S. district judge for the Eastern District of Louisiana in New Orleans. More>>

Tsunami warnings canceled after magnitude-7.9 earthquake off Alaska

Forecasters canceled tsunami warnings for Alaska and the US and Canadian west coasts Tuesday after an earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska stoked fears of damaging waves. More>>

Sources: Mueller interested in questioning Trump on Comey, Flynn

Special counsel Robert Mueller has indicated interest in questioning President Donald Trump about his dismissals of former FBI Director James Comey and former national security adviser Michael Flynn, two sources familiar... More>>

State seeks death penalty in Seminole Heights killings

Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren announced Tuesday the State will seek the death penalty against the accused Seminole Heights killer, Howell Donaldson, III. More>>

Howard Kurtz's new book on Trump White House offers scathing critique of the media

The media's negative coverage of President Trump is actually helping the White House, Fox News anchor Howard Kurtz argues in his new book, "Media Madness: Donald Trump, the Press, and the War over the Truth." More>>

Police accuse two students, age 12, of cyberbullying in suicide

Police in Panama City Beach, Florida, have charged two 12-year-old middle-school students with cyberstalking after the suicide of another student. More>>

Kidnapped boy raised by American ISIS woman in Raqqa

Eight-year-old Ayham Azad loves America, insists on speaking only in English and says he wants to be "an American man" when he grows up. More>>

Nikki Haley says Russia is complicit in Syrian atrocities

US Ambassador Nikki Haley and Russian UN Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia lobbed verbal jabs at each other Tuesday over the use of chemical weapons in Syria. More>>

Firefighters honored after rescuing more than 100 from apartment fire

A breathtaking fire rescue caught on camera, and seen around the country, received special recognition in DeKalb County Tuesday. More>>

XPrize ends its $30 million race to moon without a winner

The first privately funded trip to the moon will have to wait. More>>

Prosecutors want to keep Turpins from contacting children

The Riverside County District Attorney's Office in Southern California will go to court Wednesday to seek a judge's order that would bar David and Louise Turpin from contacting their 13 children before their torture case... More>>

Five oil rig workers found dead after gas well explosion in Oklahoma

The remains of five oil rig workers were found Tuesday after an explosion that rocked an Oklahoma gas well a day before, authorities said. More>>

Jerome Powell confirmed as next Federal Reserve chair

The Senate has confirmed Jay Powell as the next Federal Reserve chair. More>>

Verizon and Disney announce bonuses for employees

Two more big companies are passing savings from the tax bill along to employees. More>>

Special member of IL high school basketball team gets awesome shot

Gage Williams, the heart beat of the Kewanee Boilermakers, has inspired his team with a shot of a lifetime. The young man that has cheered on his teammates, was finally the one getting cheered for. More>>

Former staffers plead guilty for spreading nude images of lawmaker

Two former congressional staffers pleaded guilty Tuesday on charges stemming from the spreading of nude and embarrassing images online of their lawmaker boss, the delegate to Congress from the US Virgin Islands, according... More>>

White House: Trump hasn't fired Mueller in part because of how the press would react

President Donald Trump hasn't fired special counsel Robert Mueller partly because of how the press would react to the dismissal, the White House said Tuesday. More>>

It's WAY too early to count out Trump for 2020

A new CNN poll shows Donald Trump being easily beaten in 2020 by three potential Democratic nominees. Joe Biden is ahead 57-40%. Bernie Sanders by 55-42%. Oprah Winfrey by 51-42%. More>>

Inquirer: Meehan denies harassment accusations, says he viewed former aide as 'soul mate'

Rep. Patrick Meehan said in an interview Tuesday with the Philadelphia Inquirer that while he had developed deep "affection" for a former staffer and saw her as a "soul mate," he never pursued a romantic relationship with... More>>

Source: Trump inclined to allow Nunes memo to be released

President Donald Trump is inclined to allow the memo spearheaded by Rep. Devin Nunes that alleges FBI abuses of surveillance laws to be released if the House Intelligence Committee approves it being declassified, a person... More>>

Scientists sue EPA over advisory board cuts

A group of scientists is suing the Environmental Protection Agency over the agency's move to cut scientists from advisory boards and committees who were also receiving federal grants for studies. More>>

Are these tube homes the answer to Hong Kong's housing problem?

Imagine life inside a concrete water pipe, complete with all the mod-cons of a cozy home and plenty of natural light to boot. This type of micro home is exactly what Hong Kong-based architectural firm James Law... More>>

Republican lawmakers spotlight 'jaw-dropping' FBI texts

As lawmakers from six committees continue to sift through a new trove of text messages from top FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, details on what one GOP senator called their "jaw-dropping" exchanges are trickling... More>>

72-Year-old makes state history as graduate of Basic Law Enforcement Training

A new crop of potential officers included a cadet who stands out in a crowd More>>

Trump makes US a less attractive tourist destination

Spain will soon unseat the US from our No. 2 spot on the list of the world's top tourist destinations. More>>

Former President Barack Obama officiated former staffers' DC wedding

Former President Barack Obama officiated a wedding for two of his former staffers this past Sunday in Washington, DC, according to Washingtonian magazine. More>>

Tesla in Autopilot mode crashes into fire truck

A Tesla Model S crashed into a fire truck while driving down a California highway, according to Culver City, California, firefighters. More>>

Former Acting AG Dana Boente picked as new FBI general counsel

Dana Boente, the acting head of the Justice Department's national security division and the US Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, has been picked to become the new FBI general counsel, according to a source... More>>

House sexual harassment bill promises transparency but cuts out ethics watchdog

In the wake of a string of scandals, House Republicans and Democrats unveiled legislation to overhaul the process of investigating sexual harassment claims on Capitol Hill, but their bill weakens the authority of the... More>>

CIA warns Kim Jong Un could use nukes as 'coercive' tool

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that the US intelligence community still considers North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to be a "rational actor" but that assessment does not mean he is only developing nuclear weapons as a... More>>

San Francisco Homeless Man Helps Save Gas Station Clerk From Strangler

Jesse Green, a homeless man cleaning windshields at the Shell station on San Francisco's Turk Street, acted quickly last Sunday around 9:15 a.m. when a man suddenly started choking the female clerk inside. More>>

Woman Asks For Refund For Luggage That 'Looked Like It Was Set On Fire'

When you fly somewhere and check your luggage, most people probably have some fear of their luggage being lost. More>>

'These Tickets Arent Cheap': Patriots Players Flooded With Super Bowl Requests

Just about every Patriots fan would love to get their hands on Super Bowl tickets, including the players who get a lot of requests from immediate family, distant relatives and friends. More>>

One's Diet As A Baby Could Determine Future Brain Function, Experts Say

What your child eats in their first years can impact their brain development as well as the rest of their life according to a new report. More>>

Egypt arrests presidential candidate

Egypt's former military chief of staff and current presidential candidate, Lieutenant General Sami Anan, was arrested Tuesday, according to campaign aides. More>>

Sen. Tammy Duckworth is pregnant; would be first senator to give birth in office

Sen. Tammy Duckworth will make history when she becomes the first sitting senator in history to give birth later this year, her office said Tuesday. More>>

Super Bowl Fast Facts

Here's a look at the Super Bowl, the championship game of the National Football League. More>>

Trump denies new FBI director threatened to resign under pressure from Sessions

President Donald Trump denied Tuesday that FBI Director Christopher Wray threatened to resign in the wake of pressure from Attorney General Jeff Sessions to make staffing changes among the senior ranks at the FBI. More>>

US-led coalition says 150 ISIS fighters killed in airstrike

The US-led coalition fighting ISIS killed approximately 150 ISIS fighters in a Saturday airstrike, Col. Ryan Dillon, a spokesman for the coalition, told CNN Tuesday. More>>

Tinder flaw could expose your swipes to snoops

There's a basic security measure missing from Tinder's mobile dating app. More>>

Melania Trump and the 'mulligan'

Melania Trump is skipping the World Economic Forum in Davos this year ("scheduling and logistical issues," said the White House). More>>

Uber hires first chief diversity officer

Uber has hired its first chief diversity officer. More>>

How Trump's solar panel tariffs could threaten thousands of American jobs

The Trump administration's solar panel tariffs could threaten thousands of American jobs. More>>

Tastries Bakery owner filed an opposition brief in same sex wedding cake battle

Cathy Miller, the owner of Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield caught up in a legal battle over her refusal to make a wedding cake for a lesbian couple, is now fighting back. More>>

GE's 'black box' mystery is freaking Wall Street out

Wall Street is nervous that another shoe is about to drop at General Electric. More>>

It's way too soon to say that Democrats 'lost' the shutdown

The reviews are in and they are just about unanimous: Democrats "lost" the government shutdown. More>>

NFL Championship ratings dip, but games still bring in huge audience

The NFL's Championship weekend TV ratings are out and there is a mix of good news and bad news. More>>

Senate-House divide on immigration in spotlight after shutdown fight

For veterans of immigration reform, it's déja vu all over again. And it could spell another disappointment for lawmakers who have long sought a compromise on the issue. More>>

CNN Poll: Nearly 8 in 10 say Trump ought to testify for Mueller if asked

Almost 8 in 10 Americans say President Donald Trump should testify under oath if asked to do so for the investigation being run by special counsel Robert Mueller, including majorities across party lines, according to a new... More>>

Man wakes up to find burglar hiding in his home

Scary moments for a Mesa man who woke up Monday to find a burglar hiding inside his home! More>>

The Trumps' anniversary was Monday, but you wouldn't have known it

Donald and Melania Trump marked 13 years of marriage on Monday, but signs of a celebration were conspicuously absent. More>>

Zinke on offshore drilling flip: Florida's 'coastal currents' are different

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke defended his surprise decision to exempt Florida waters from the Trump administration's push for new offshore drilling, saying in an exclusive interview with CNN that the state's coastline is... More>>

The maker of Huggies and Kleenex is cutting thousands of jobs

The company that makes Huggies and Kleenex is cutting up to 5,500 jobs and closing factories. More>>

Students escape school bus fire

A Mobile County Public School System caught fire Monday afternoon in Grand Bay. More>>

Bill to include cursive writing in Indiana schools' curriculum moves from Senate to House

A bill to require cursive writing in Indiana schools, that was passed Monday by the full Senate, now moves to the House for possible action. More>>

Goldman family claims O.J. Simpson is living 'the high life'

O.J. Simpson has responded to claims by the Goldman family that he's living "the high life" in Las Vegas after his release from a Nevada prison in October. More>>

Marijuana bust leads to 476 pounds seized following traffic stop

A traffic stop eight miles east of Jamestown on Interstate 94 Sunday morning, Jan. 21, resulted in 476 pounds of marijuana being seized, according to the Stutsman County Sheriff's Office. More>>

'Offensive, hurtful, and wrong': Student labels drinking fountains 'white' and 'colored'

A Franklin High School student is being disciplined after labeling school drinking fountains as "white" and "colored," the school said Tuesday. More>>

Mueller's office spoke with Sessions, Comey in Russia investigation

Special counsel Robert Mueller's office has spoken with both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey, it was revealed Tuesday. More>>

USA Gymnastics suspends coach with ties to Larry Nassar

USA Gymnastics, the national governing body for gymnastics in the United States, has suspended one of its most prominent coaches amid a scandal over sexual abuse by a former national team doctor. More>>

Hospital investigating homeless man left outside in hospital gown

A picture of a homeless man sitting on a wet sidewalk outside of Aurora hospital has sparked an internal investigation. More>>

'Offensive, hurtful, and wrong': Student labels drinking fountains 'white' and 'colored'

A Franklin High School student is being disciplined after labeling school drinking fountains as "white" and "colored," the school said Tuesday. More>>

5-Yr-old died from blunt force trauma; Investigators discover photos of obscene shapes written on his face

The medical examiner says the death of a 5-year-old child in Isle of Wight County was caused by blunt force trauma to his head. More>>

RBG revolutionized the world for women. We should listen to her

She was sexually harassed in college. When she finished law school, at the top of her class, she only found a clerkship when her professor promised the prospective employer that he had a man in mind to take over if she... More>>

Wray bringing in new chief of staff, replacing Comey era holdover

FBI Director Chris Wray will change his chief of staff in the coming weeks, multiple sources told CNN Tuesday. More>>

Family of man in 'swatting' death sues city of Wichita and police

The family of a man fatally shot by a SWAT officer after a prank phone call has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city of Wichita, Kansas, and its police department. More>>

Michigan State president faces pressure to quit amid Nassar scandal

Clasina Syrovy's anger in a Michigan courtroom on Monday wasn't directed only at Larry Nassar, the disgraced former gymnastics physician who she says sexually abused her. More>>

URGENT - Mueller's office spoke with Sessions, Comey in Russia investigation

(CNN) -- Special counsel Robert Mueller's office has spoken with both Attorney General Jeff Sessions and former FBI Director James Comey, it was revealed Tuesday.Sessions was questioned for several hours last week as part... More>>

Google Fast Facts

Here's a look at Google, Inc. More>>

5 Employees on leave following prison escape

Five prison employees are on administrative leave with pay following the escape of a prisoner in Enfield. More>>

GSU soccer player to withdraw after using racial epithet in social media post

A Georgia State University soccer player plans to withdraw from school, school officials said on Monday. More>>

Schumer withdraws offer for border wall

Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer withdrew funding for President Donald Trump's border in negotiations over immigration issues with the White House, according to a Democratic aide. More>>

The accused Tampa serial killer will face the death penalty if he's convicted

The man accused of killing four people in separate shootings in a Tampa neighborhood last year could face the death penalty if he's convicted of the crimes. More>>

Washing machines are going to get more expensive

President Trump is adding a tax on foreign-made washing machines that will likely make all washers more expensive in the United States. More>>

Thanks to 'Get Out,' Jordan Peele is in a league of his own

Those worried that Jordan Peele's "Get Out" wouldn't get love from the Oscars can breathe a collective sigh of relief. More>>

URGENT - Wray bringing in new chief of staff, replacing Comey era holdover

(CNN) -- FBI Director Chris Wray will change his chief of staff in the coming weeks, multiple sources told CNN Tuesday.James Rybicki, who served Wray's predecessor, James Comey, in the same role, will soon leave, the... More>>

Russian court closes opposition leader Navalny's foundation

A Moscow court has ordered the closure of a foundation that funds the activities of Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, in the latest setback for the prominent Kremlin critic. More>>

USPS helps woman keep her mother from losing money in scam

"I've been talking to this guy. I've won Publisher's Clearinghouse, for $100,000," Debbie Mathis said her mother told her. More>>

Top Judiciary Democrat says Justice Department denied access to intel memo

The top Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee says the Justice Department as well as the FBI have been denied access to the Republican House Intelligence Committee memo alleging FBI surveillance abuses, in the latest... More>>

Oscars spread the wealth, offering something for everyone

The Academy Award nominations offered something for everyone, and -- in the context of the #OscarsSoWhite campaign and the often-stodgy organization's recognition of fresh talent and voices -- were at least as important... More>>

Tillerson: Russia 'bears responsibility' for Syrian chemical weapons attacks

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called out Russia on Tuesday for its failure to hold the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad accountable for using chemical weapons against his people. More>>

German nurse charged with 97 more murders

A German nurse who allegedly killed his victims out of boredom has been charged with 97 murders, potentially making him one of the country's deadliest serial killers. More>>

New giraffe born at New Orleans survival center

A 6-foot-tall male reticulated giraffe calf weighed in at an impressive 150 pounds when he arrived on the morning of January 9 at the West Bank campus of the Freeport-McMoRan Audubon Species Survival Center in Lower Coast... More>>

What happened in Pennsylvania Monday could swing control of the House in 2018

On Monday, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court threw out the state's congressional map, ruling that it was constructed expressly to disadvantage Democrats. The court ordered the Republican state legislature to redraw the map in... More>>

Japanese man killed by falling rocks after volcano erupts at ski resort

A 49-year-old man has died, and at least 10 others are injured, after a volcano erupted near the popular Japanese ski resort of Kusatsu, shooting flaming rocks into the sky. More>>

Oscar nominations are here: Did your favorite films make the cut?

Nominations for the 90th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday amid what's proving to be an unpredictable and highly political awards season. More>>

Snow, ice and Trump: What Davos is talking about

There are two really hot topics this year in Davos: The brutal weather and President Trump. More>>

What happened when a public school student sued over prayer

Kaylee Cole walks into school each morning and has breakfast with friends. More>>

7.9 Earthquake reported in Gulf of Alaska, prompts West Coast tsunami watch

A magnitude 7.9 earthquake off the coast of Alaska early Tuesday morning triggering a tsunami watch for the entire West Coast. More>>

Netflix joins the exclusive $100 billion club

Netflix is now worth more than $100 billion, joining a prestigious club of companies with a market value of 12 digits. More>>

Jane Fonda Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of award-winning actress Jane Fonda. More>>

Meryl Streep, more nominees react to Oscar nominations

Some lucky people woke up Tuesday morning to news that they had been nominated for an Oscar. More>>

Pakistan police arrest suspect in Zainab murder case

Police in Pakistan have arrested a suspect in connection with the killing of Zainab Amin, a seven-year-old girl whose death prompted widespread protests. More>>

Officials identify missing workers in drilling rig explosion

We are learning more about an explosion at a drilling rig in Pittsburg County that injured one and left five workers unaccounted for. More>>

The NAFTA talks just got even harder

The future of NAFTA was already gloomy. And it just got darker. More>>

Arrogate crowned world's best racehorse

He may have retired from racing, but that hasn't stopped Arrogate scooping up more silverware. More>>

Suspect in Rand Paul attack agrees to plead guilty

A man accused of attacking Sen. Rand Paul in the yard of his Kentucky home has agreed to plead guilty, and federal prosecutors will pursue a 21-month jail sentence against him. More>>

Sen. Susan Collins shows off her 'talking stick' on CNN

Sen. Susan Collins used a Tuesday morning appearance on CNN to show off her "talking stick" that really does have everyone talking. More>>

CNN poll: Trump trails Sanders, Biden, Oprah in 2020 matchups

President Donald Trump faces an uphill climb to re-election in 2020 against a slate of prominent potential Democratic hopefuls, according to new polling from CNN conducted by SSRS. More>>

Donald Trump's assault on law enforcement just keeps coming

Under public pressure from President Donald Trump, Attorney General Jeff Sessions urged FBI Director Chris Wray to jettison his deputy, Andrew McCabe. Wray threatened to quit and Sessions backed off. More>>

Gunman in custody after 1 killed, several wounded in KY high school shooting

At least one person is dead and several others are wounded after a shooting at a high school in Marshall County, KY. More>>

Father begs forgiveness, sentenced in beating death of adorable toddler

An Idaho man who severely attacked and beat his girlfriend's 18-month-old son to death was sentenced for first degree murder Monday. More>>

The world is in a worse state than you probably realize

Just as world leaders and corporate titans gather in the Swiss Alps for the World Economic Forum, the world they influence looks like a pretty ugly and hopeless place right now -- in fact, worse than it's ever looked. More>>

CNN poll: 8-in-10 favor presidential exams for health, mental well-being

Americans continue to broadly support annual checkups for their commander in chief, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, but they are divided about how much information about his or her health a president ought... More>>

URGENT - Democratic aide: Schumer took wall funding off the table

(CNN) -- Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer took significant funding for the border wall off the table in negotiations with the White House on a DACA resolution, according to a Democratic aide.A Schumer staffer called... More>>

URGENT - CNN poll: 8-in-10 favor presidential exams for health, mental well-being

(CNN) -- Americans continue to broadly support annual checkups for their commander in chief, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, but they are divided about how much information about his or her health a... More>>

What's happening in sport? Five things to know

There's a Brit in the final four of a grand slam ... and his name isn't Andy Murray. More>>

Actor: I'm a DACA recipient. Please don't deport me

I am an undocumented actor and filmmaker who is working legally in the United States. If this sentence reads like a contradiction, let me assure you it is not. More>>

The Pacific trade deal Trump quit is back on

The world is pressing ahead with big multilateral free trade deals despite opposition from President Trump. More>>

Immigration activist: Democrats let us down again

A little more than 48 hours after the start of a government shutdown conceived of as a tool to advance DACA talks, word began to spread early Monday that Democrats were losing their nerve. By lunchtime, the ploy was... More>>

Millennials may look financially healthy, but...

You're doing well: you've got a partner, you've got a job, you're paying bills on time and your credit is good. More>>

Breathtaking photographs win Outdoor Photographer of the Year Award

From shoals of fish swimming in the Red Sea to the spectacular Valley of Thor in Iceland, there's no shortage of natural wonders showcased in 2017's winning Outdoor Photographer of the Year entries. More>>

2 Oklahoma women arrested after burned baby's leg amputated

A baby's grandmother and godmother were arrested Monday after the baby they were meant to be watching was burned so badly that his leg had to be removed. More>>

URGENT - CNN poll: Trump trails Sanders, Biden, Oprah in 2020 matchups

(CNN) -- President Donald Trump faces an uphill climb to re-election in 2020 against a slate of prominent potential Democratic hopefuls, according to new polling from CNN conducted by SSRS.In a series of hypothetical 2020... More>>

Injured Rafael Nadal retires against Marin Cilic at Australian Open

There was more heartbreak for Rafael Nadal at the Australian Open as the world No. 1 retired in his quarterfinal against Marin Cilic in the fifth set. More>>

5 Still missing, 1 injured after drilling rig explosion, fire in eastern Oklahoma

State and county emergency management officials said a natural gas well fire in eastern Oklahoma was out and secure after an explosion injured one and left five workers unaccounted for Monday. More>>

US citizens among dead in Kabul hotel attack

American citizens were among those killed in the weekend attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, US State Department officials told CNN. More>>

'Wait and see' before using 529s for private school tuition

Families in some states may want to wait before using money saved in 529 plans for private school expenses. More>>

The NFL rejected a Super Bowl program ad from a veterans group

The NFL rejected an ad from a veterans group that wanted to publish in its Super Bowl program. More>>

Top Twitter executive departs, putting pressure on Jack Dorsey

The man who is arguably Twitter's most important executive is leaving. More>>

Essure or surgery? New study compares contraceptive risks

Family planning can come with many questions, concerns and fears. More>>

Politicians react to Kentucky school shooting

Many Kentucky politicians have responded to the shooting at Marshall County High School. More>>

Suspect in custody after shooting at Kentucky high school

There has been a shooting at Marshall County High School. More>>

Is 2018 the year to buy a house?

Home buyers aren't going to catch much of a break this year. More>>

Swedish bookseller Gui Minhai 'abducted' by Chinese agents

A Swedish book publisher under house arrest in China was seized by plainclothes police on a train Saturday in front of diplomats, his daughter said, reigniting international criticism of Beijing's treatment of its critics. More>>

Tesla won't pay Elon Musk unless ...

Elon Musk has a huge new incentive to make Tesla a bigger player in the car industry. More>>

Apple's HomePod speaker gets February launch date

Nearly nine months after it was announced, Apple's HomePod finally has a launch date. More>>

Melania Trump will no longer join the President in Davos

First lady Melania Trump, in a change of plans, will not be joining President Donald Trump on his trip to the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, later this week. More>>

Lamborghini: Not stopping with an SUV

Lamborghini is trying out a new slogan. "We are not supercars. We are Lamborghini" More>>

22,000 JPMorgan Chase workers are getting a raise

JPMorgan Chase is giving 22,000 workers a raise. More>>

Abuse of migrant workers 'rampant' in Thai fishing fleets, rights group says

Reforms to address modern-day slavery in Thailand's fishing fleets haven't stamped out coercive labor practices in the industry, a leading human rights group says. More>>

'You don't have to see it to tee it' - Meet blind golf champion Mario Tobia

You approach the tee, select your club, adjust your hands, align your feet and visualize your swing. More>>

Bill introduced to exclude TN from Daylight Saving Time

A state lawmaker has introduced a bill to exempt Tennessee from Daylight Saving Time. More>>

See the full list of 2018 Oscar nominees

Nominations for the 90th Academy Awards were announced Tuesday. More>>

OMB director: Trump's position on Dreamers 'depends on what we get in exchange'

President Donald Trump's budget director said Tuesday that the fate of undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children "depends on what we get in exchange" in dealing with Democrats in Congress. More>>

Lincoln City lets visitors play 'Finders Keepers' with colorful treasures

For anyone who has ever dreamed of finding treasure on the beach, one Oregon coast town is turning that childhood fantasy into a reality for thousands of people every year. More>>

The more you look at it, the worse Democrats' shutdown deal looks

There are, as you may have heard, three entities involved in turning a bill into a law: The House, the Senate and the White House. More>>

Pence visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Vice President Mike Pence visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City on Tuesday, marking his last major official engagement in the city on his trip to the Middle East. More>>

The 1 big question Mike Pence didn't answer about Stormy Daniels

On Monday in Jerusalem, Vice President Mike Pence was asked about porn star Stormy Daniels and her alleged relationship with President Donald Trump. More>>

Will Academy Award nominations be '#OscarsSoWhite 3.0'?

April Reign, the creator of #OscarsSoWhite -- a movement that two years ago elevated the conversation about Hollywood's lack of diversity and inclusion -- doesn't like to "handicap" movies ahead of the Oscar nominations. More>>

Davos loves the Trump tax cuts

Top chief executives in Davos are heaping praise on changes to the United States tax code pushed through by President Trump. More>>

Black unemployment is at a record low. But there's a lot more to the story.

The unemployment rate for African American workers has never been lower - another sign of the strength of the economy. More>>

What others knew: Culture of denial protected Nassar for years

One by one in court, Larry Nassar's victims spoke with the strength of survivors to shame the man who abused them and the adults who silenced them. More>>

URGENT - Mueller's office questioned Sessions in Russia investigation

(CNN) -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions was questioned for several hours last week by special counsel Robert Mueller's office as part of the investigation into Russia's meddling in the election and whether President Donald... More>>

Modi in Davos: Globalization is under attack

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday with a defense of globalization. More>>

Davos co-chair: Why your backyard might save the planet

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Hawaii's governor couldn't correct the false missile alert sooner because he forgot his Twitter password

When Hawaii pushed out a ballistic missile alert earlier this month, Gov. David Ige knew within two minutes it was a false alarm. But he couldn't hop on Twitter and tell everybody -- because he didn't know his password. More>>

URGENT - Injuries reported in Kentucky high school shooting

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Uber CEO: Leaks and the media made us better

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Sessions: Justice Dept. will get to the bottom of missing employee text messages

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U.K. regulator: Fox-Sky deal is against public interest

A U.K. regulator is recommending that the government block Rupert Murdoch's planned $16 billion takeover of Sky TV in its current form. More>>