When you think of cloudy weather, Seattle likely comes to mind. This winter has been particularly gloomy -- not only in Seattle -- but much of the Pacific Northwest. The winter blues have extended into spring, with glimpses of sunshine few and far between.
Sunday marks 100 days since the Women's March, the milestone that is the real one worth noting this weekend--when women began to rise up against the threat to reproductive rights, equal pay and advancement under Trump.
An independent deficit watchdog estimates the president's tax plan as outlined this week could lose between $3 trillion and $7 trillion in revenue, even if the White House eventually agrees to eliminate most tax breaks for businesses and individuals.
Two US service members were killed and another was wounded Thursday while conducting a joint US-Afghan raid in the Achin District of Nangarhar Province, Pentagon spokesman US Navy Capt. Jeff Davis told CNN.
Ranking House Oversight Committee member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) has released documents that reveal that former national security adviser Michael Flynn was warned in 2014 against taking foreign payments.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn was warned by the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014 against accepting foreign payments as he entered retirement, according to new documents obtained by the House oversight committee.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has successfully executed its daring dive through the 1,500-mile-wide gap between Saturn and its rings, the first time a man-made object has navigated through the icy halo that hugs the gas giant.
The Trump Administration unveiled its long-awaited tax cut proposal -- via Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin and National Economic Council director Gary Cohn -- on Wednesday. The proposal was light on details, and its political future in Congress was decidedly uncertain given the fact that it's not clear how the tax cut will be paid for.
For a woman of 43, Guadalupe Pérez Castillo seems extremely shy. Meeting new people is still a challenge for her. She has a tendency to look down when talking to others and constantly rubs her hands while speaking, as if she were nervous.
When Columbia Records introduced the first LPs in 1948, they didn't just change how we listen to music. They also changed how we see it by popularizing illustrated album covers. (Before WWII, most records typically came in generic sleeves.)
What happens when you bring a group of sixth-graders together to meet -- for the first time -- someone who is transgender? You get an easy and honest conversation that speaks volumes about how we can talk to our kids about gender and how much we can learn from their openness.
From Great Gatsby's luxury estate to Count Dracula's Transylvanian lair and Amelie Poulain's tiny Parisian pad, the houses in which our favorite fictional characters reside are often inspired by real-life properties.
President Donald Trump told reporters Thursday that he decided to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement rather than terminate the sweeping trade deal after speaking with the leaders from Canada and Mexico.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice's battle against the US Food and Drug Administration over an impounded shipment of drugs to be used for lethal injections continued Wednesday with the state filing an amended court complaint.
As the 100-day mark of Donald Trump's presidency approaches, a new CNN/ORC poll finds the President reaches this milestone holding on to the lowest approval rating of any newly-elected president at this stage, amid sharp partisan divides and a failure to capitalize on post-election strengths.
If Jonathan Demme, who died Wednesday at age 73, had done nothing else in his movie directing life except "Something Wild," "Stop Making Sense" and "The Silence of the Lambs," his place in history would be secure -- and exalted.
No doubt United Airlines has lost its sense of humor. The most fervent critics of the airline after the April 9 passenger-dragging fiasco on United Express Flight 3411 have also no doubt lost their sense of humor.
Despite a positive public front, congressional Republicans are quietly voicing frustration that President Donald Trump's big tax announcement Wednesday contains all cuts and no real reform, lacking the crucial components of a way to pay for the plan as well as sufficient congressional involvement.
President Donald Trump is again attacking the federal judiciary, this time denouncing a ruling that halted implementation of an executive order targeting sanctuary cities. CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.