Thursday, November 15, 2018

Marcia Fudge, the congresswoman from Ohio who may be launching a bid against Nancy Pelosi for Speaker of the House, told CNN's Elizabeth Landers that she is undecided about her bid, but seems bolstered by the outreach she's receiving.

Asked if she is concerned that foreign dictators are using President Donald Trump's claims about "fake news" to oppress journalists, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said that it is real.

CNN's Brian Todd takes a look at President Donald Trump's attitude following a week of democratic wins in the midterm election and public White House drama involving First Lady Melania Trump.

Democrats hope the manual recount will overturn the results of Florida's Senate election and pave the way for Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson to keep his Senate seat, but history says Republican Gov. Rick Scott will likely maintain his lead.

An officer approached Keilon Hill after calls of a "suspicious" man in the neighborhood. Watch what happened from both Hill's cell phone video and the officer's body cam.

In 2013, veteran boat racer Victorien Erussard ran out of fuel in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. There were energy sources all around him—the tide, the sun, the wind—but he had no way of harnessing them. This moment of chaos gave way to an idea: the world’s first hydrogen-powered boat. No…

Nancy Pelosi continues to express confidence that she will become House Speaker in the next Congress, despite the fact that her detractors are growing more outspoken in their criticism of the long-time Democratic leader. Republican Tom Reed may offer her a lifeline. CNN's Manu Raju reports.

A New Jersey couple and a homeless man have been accused of making up a feel-good story that raised more than $400,000 for the homeless man through GoFundMe. The couple, Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico, and the man, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., face charges of second-degree theft by deception and consp…

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and Rep. Beto O'Rourke met during a chance encounter at a Texas airport where the two reportedly exchanged kind words and discussed how they could move forward together just days after a highly contentious Senate election.

For some of the best stargazing in the world, many make the trek to Ladakh at the northern tip of India. The region is home to the Indian Astronomical Observatory, specifically situated for its unique geology. Located on cold, remote desert land, the area experiences very little rainfall and…

A new day of firing and fury culminating in a staggering power play by first lady Melania Trump deepened already historic dysfunction in the administration. CNN's Tom Foreman reports.

CNN's John Avlon looks at how frequently President Trump spoke about the migrant caravan before midterms in contrast with his recent silence on the subject.

After a gunman killed six worshippers at a Sikh temple in 2012, Gurinder Singh Basra knew he needed to do something to fight deadly stereotypes about his faith. Sikhs, who believe in equality for all and service to others, increasingly had become the targets of hate crimes after September 11…

Rohingya refugees, who fled to Bangladesh after the Myanmar military's violent campaign against the Muslim minority group last year, are being asked to return to Myanmar, but some refugees are reluctant to leave. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

Women around the world are posting pictures of their underwear on Twitter after a 27-year-old man was acquitted in a rape trial in Ireland during which a teenager's thong was used as evidence.

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

CNN chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin criticizes Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) over his promise to hold up votes on judicial nominees unless the Senate drafts legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller.

As the death toll rises in communities ravaged by the Camp Fire, rescue workers are in Paradise, California, searching for human remains and any victims who are still unaccounted for after the blaze. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

From being a surrogate snuggled to hospitalized babies to bringing peace-building beats to the streets, meet ordinary people showing care and generosity in extraordinary ways.

Attorney Michael Avenatti said he has "been an advocate for women's rights his whole life," after he was released from police custody following his arrest on suspicion of domestic violence.