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03/23/2019 12:30 PM
When the President learned Mueller was done, in his eyes, it was a moment to celebrate. The investigation did not find enough evidence to indict him.
On the evening Robert Mueller submitted his report to the Justice Department, ending the special counsel investigation that has clouded all but a few months of his presidency, President Donald Trump was not huddled in a war room or dictating defiant tweets to his underlings.

03/23/2019 02:38 PM
DOJ not sending 'principal conclusions' to Hill today
Attorney General William Barr is not sending the "principal conclusions" of special counsel Robert Mueller's report to lawmakers Saturday, multiple congressional sources and a DOJ official tell CNN.

03/23/2019 01:42 PM
CNN's Smerconish: Robert Mueller deserves our gratitude
CNN's Michael Smerconish takes a look at special counsel Robert Mueller's career and two-year investigation into Russian election interference in the 2016 presidential election.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Mueller handing off Rick Gates case to DC US Attorney's office

03/23/2019 11:39 AM
What we've already learned about Mueller's investigation
Special counsel Robert Mueller's 22-month investigation was an often-shocking story about what Russians, Trump campaign associates and others did in the 2016 election so their preferred candidate could win.

03/23/2019 09:39 AM
Opinion: Mueller's report is the calm before the storm
Robert Mueller's formal delivery of his investigative report is more prologue than climax. Now that it's in Attorney General William Barr's hands the action will begin -- a dynamic, multifront legal and political battle that will test fundamental notions of due process, executive authority and separation of powers.

03/22/2019 06:43 PM
Toobin: This is really good news for Kushner and Trump Jr.
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin reacts to the news that special counsel Robert Mueller is not recommending any further indictments, according to a senior Justice Department official.

03/23/2019 11:14 AM
A millennial is running for president. So is a 76-year-old.
When South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg makes his pitch on why he, mayor of the fourth-largest city in Indiana, should get a serious look from voters who want to unseat President Donald Trump, he points directly at his lack of wrinkles.

03/22/2019 05:44 PM
Rep. King slams Hurricane Katrina victims
Republican Rep. Steve King, who has a lengthy history of incendiary comments related to race, favorably compared the response of his Iowan constituents, who are majority white, to recent severe flooding to the residents of New Orleans when Hurricane Katrina struck in 2005, who were majority black.

03/23/2019 05:01 AM
Anderson Cooper calls out Steve King's words
CNN's Anderson Cooper calls out Rep. Steve King for his comments about New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina at a town hall in his district in Iowa.

03/23/2019 10:56 AM
Kushner's use of WhatsApp raises concerns among cybersecurity experts
Jared Kushner's unusual decision to use WhatsApp to communicate with foreign leaders and conduct government business has raised concerns among cybersecurity experts that highly sensitive government communications could be at risk of exploitation by foreign governments and hackers.

03/23/2019 02:43 PM
Opinion: Why women should also be required to register for the draft
Today, registering for the draft has been reduced to a rite of passage for many young American men -- a perfunctory civic duty with little meaning, since conscription ended more than 40 years ago. One might question why there is still a required registration, especially since volunteers have filled the ranks of our armed forces. But last month, a federal court in Texas ruled that the male-only registration requirement is unconstitutional.

03/22/2019 04:27 PM
Trump's Golan Heights announcement met with a shrug in the Arab world
When Mike Pompeo landed in Beirut from Tel Aviv on Friday morning, barely a handful of demonstrators took to the streets to protest the US Secretary of State's visit.

03/23/2019 03:19 PM
Justice Kavanaugh to teach class in England
Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is returning to teaching law, joining the faculty of George Mason University's law school as a visiting professor.

03/22/2019 03:41 PM
Trump gets upset over Fox host's question
President Trump took offense to being asked about his continued criticism of deceased Sen. John McCain by Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo.

03/23/2019 11:25 AM
Analysis: No one has been a bigger convert on Trump than this senator. Here's why.
No one has been a bigger convert on President Donald Trump than Lindsey Graham.

03/23/2019 04:05 PM
Cruise ship evacuating passengers and crew in bad weather off Norway
About 1,300 passengers and crew are being evacuated Saturday from a cruise ship off Norway, Norwegian emergency services said.

03/23/2019 04:11 PM
Robert Kraft offers apology after charges of soliciting prostitution
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft publicly broke his silence for the first time since charges of soliciting prostitution were brought against him in Florida.

03/23/2019 02:58 PM
Parkland school shooting survivor dies by suicide
Sydney Aiello, who survived the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, has died from suicide, people close to the family told CNN.

03/23/2019 07:38 AM
Why the Mormon church changed its name
When the messages come during the dark of night, Russell M. Nelson reaches for his lighted pen and takes dictation from the Lord.

03/21/2019 11:59 PM
Voter on Ocasio-Cortez: She's ridiculous
CNN's Jason Carroll speaks about the 2020 election with moderate Democrats who left their party to vote for President Trump in 2016.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Why an estimated 1 million people marched in London today

03/21/2019 06:22 PM
US bomber caught on Russian camera
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford issued a warning about Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country's growing military threat.

03/23/2019 01:28 PM
ISIS militants who mounted last stand used wives and children as human shields
ISIS has lost its final stronghold in Syria, the Syrian Democratic Forces announced Saturday, bringing an end to the so-called caliphate declared by the terrorist group in 2014.

03/23/2019 10:48 AM
Boeing has lost $40 billion in market value
Boeing is having a horrible month.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
NBA star erupts for career-high 61 points

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Golfer oblivious to unexpected guest during swing

03/22/2019 07:33 AM
Late night mocks Trump-George Conway feud
Late night comics call out President Trump for his repeated shots at the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, and Trevor Noah goes after Elizabeth Warren over reparations.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Apple's video product faces big competition

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
NFL team won offseason without spending money

03/22/2019 10:50 AM
MillerCoors sues rival over Super Bowl ad
The maker of Miller Lite and Coors Light doesn't see the funny side of Bud Light's corn syrup Super Bowl ads.

03/21/2019 05:11 PM
Levi's CEO: Don't put your jeans in the freezer
Levi's CEO Chip Bergh has some tips for jeans owners: Don't freeze your jeans. And don't put them in the washing machine.

03/22/2019 07:57 AM
'Game of Thrones' star reveals major health scare
"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke reveals she suffered two brain aneurysms during the early years of the hit HBO series.

03/21/2019 01:09 PM
'Us' delivers thrills, but it's no 'Get Out'
"Us" is a solid, almost old-fashioned thriller. What it isn't, notably, is a movie that matches the sky-high expectations raised by writer-director Jordan Peele's first film, "Get Out," wildly enthusiastic festival buzz and its slick marketing campaign.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
NFL QB gives up sex for a month to get 'stronger'

03/21/2019 11:57 AM
Wingsuit stunt stuns Los Angeles locals
Los Angeles residents speculated on a streak in the sky that wasn't a UFO or meteor, but a wingsuit stunt.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
The biggest upsets in March Madness history

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Ranking every March Madness team left

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
March Madness expert predictions for 2nd round

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Winners and losers from Day 2

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Top performers in the NCAA tournament so far

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
NCAA tourney is clearly the Zion Williamson show

03/22/2019 05:22 AM
Researchers studied the sex lives of people 50 and older. Here's what they found.
The number of people you have sex with is an individual choice. But certain lifestyle factors play a role in how many sex partners you have, explains a recent study by British researchers.

03/22/2019 05:47 AM
Chickenpox parties and natural immunity: Your questions answered
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin recently said he chose to expose all nine of his children to the chickenpox instead of giving them the vaccine.

03/22/2019 06:24 AM
Almost 70,000 pounds of Tyson chicken recalled
Tyson Foods is recalling chicken strips that may contain metal, federal food safety officials said Thursday.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
The unbridled joy of dogs catching treats

03/20/2019 10:24 PM
Why do so many Egyptian statues have broken noses?
The most common question that curator Edward Bleiberg fields from visitors to the Brooklyn Museum's Egyptian art galleries is a straightforward but salient one: Why are the statues' noses broken?

03/20/2019 09:15 PM
Star athlete speaks out after photo controversy
Tayla Harris, a star Australian footballer, says comments on a photo of her captured in the air having kicked the first goal of a game were "sexual abuse."

03/21/2019 12:18 PM
Glacier melt on Everest exposes bodies of dead climbers
Mount Everest expedition operators are finding increasing numbers of climbers' dead bodies on the world's highest peak as high temperatures melt glaciers and snow.

03/21/2019 04:59 PM
Olive Garden's comeback has no end in sight
It appears the comeback for Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants, much like its famous pasta specials, is never ending.

03/22/2019 12:29 PM
Tiffany's holiday season was even worse than it predicted
Tiffany & Co. already warned in January that sales during the holiday were weak. It turned out that demand for jewelry and other bling in the company's trademark blue boxes was a bit worse than what investors expected — and Wall Street was not happy.

03/21/2019 08:04 AM
Wall Street's fee wars have entered the 'silly stage'
Wall Street has never been under more pressure to reduce fees on popular index products that already come cheap.

03/22/2019 07:19 PM
George and Kellyanne Conway's political spat is comedic gold
Kellyanne Conway is now publicly disparaging her husband George for his attacks on her boss, the President of the United States. Conway, who called her husband out for being unsupportive, also framed her relationship as "the unusual situation of a man getting power through his wife." Her withering remarks call to mind the scene where King Lear famously utters: "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child" -- though in this case it's a spouse being slagged off for being thankless (or "jealous").

03/22/2019 08:05 PM
Mueller has already told us a lot about Trump
The Mueller report is finally done and has been turned over to the attorney general. Now the public waits to find out what it says and how Washington will react (what, for example, will Congressional investigators do next?).

03/23/2019 09:28 AM
Athletic recruits should be scrapped after admissions scam
The college admissions scandal may get elite colleges to do what they should have done long ago: abolish the athletic recruit as a discrete admission category and deprioritize the importance of athletic success.

03/21/2019 05:14 PM
J.K. Rowling copped out on Dumbledore
There's nothing like watching a legacy crumble in real time, and these days, one feels spoiled for choice. This week, it is J.K. Rowling's "updates" to the Harry Potter series which has set the world -- or at least, swaths of the internet -- on fire.

03/21/2019 11:14 PM
We asked how the college cheating scam made you feel. Your stories were incredible
For our readers, real life doesn't have a Hollywood nickname like "Operation Varsity Blues" and the scandal, as it continues to unfold, isn't an abstraction. "It's a slap in the face to the American dream and to the other kids in the Chicago Public School system," said Christian Badillo, the first student from his high school to be admitted to Stanford University, where he is now a senior. It's a reminder that, as graduating high school senior Mick Hashimoto put it, "We are frustrated with what America has become." Hashimoto, like so many of his peers across the country, is waiting this week and beyond for the results of his own college applications.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
United Airlines Flights to Tahiti through Spring

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
9 cards charging 0% interest until 2020

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
15yr fixed rates dropped. Time is ticking to refi

03/23/2019 02:02 PM
Priest stabbed during televised mass
A man who allegedly stabbed the elderly rector of a church in Canada during a televised Mass as shocked parishioners watched will appear in court Saturday.

03/22/2019 01:20 PM
Russian hackers target European governments
Russian state-linked hackers are increasing their efforts targeting governments in Europe, a top cybersecurity firm has warned ahead of the European Parliament elections in May.

03/23/2019 03:43 AM
The ISIS caliphate has ended, but its breeding ground thrives
"You will conquer Rome and own the world," ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi told his followers in July 2014.

03/22/2019 10:33 AM
At least 50 people burned to death in a bus collision
At least 50 people were killed when two commercial buses collided and burst into flames in northern Ghana, police told CNN Friday.

03/23/2019 10:35 AM
Geostorm will give people more people a rare chance to see the aurora borealis
Many Americans and Canadians have a great chance to see the northern lights on Friday night and early Saturday morning.

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
Papa John's has found its next spokesman

03/23/2019 01:43 PM
One gun's path to destruction

03/23/2019 09:12 AM
The Beat Generation isn't dead in San Francisco
It began with a poem.

03/22/2019 06:13 AM
Two men find a fridge full of ice-cold beers in Nebraska flooding devastation
Kyle Simpson and Gayland Stouffer were cleaning up after the devastating floods in Nebraska when they spotted a small black box in the distance. It just sat there, a dark contrast on a wet and muddy field.







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