On most weekdays at the White House, reporters gather midday for the daily press briefing, a question-and-answer session that's gained new attention as President Donald Trump's administration gets underway.
The Tennessee teacher and 15-year-old girl who are the subject of a manhunt were spotted at a Walmart in Oklahoma City earlier this month, the first confirmed sighting of the two since officials say the teacher kidnapped the girl.
Long before Donald Trump ever became a credible presidential candidate, let alone the commander in chief, the former reality TV star was guided by one animating principle: "If they screw you, screw them back 10 times as hard."
President Donald Trump met Friday with an unlikely guest, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who called on Trump to withdraw from the presidential race a month before he was elected president.
House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes touched down in California's Central Valley, 2,700 miles away from Washington, leaving the political swirl of DC and landing amid strong winds whipping through his home district.
"Five Came Back" should be catnip for World War II and movie buffs, chronicling how legendary directors Frank Capra, John Ford, John Huston, George Stevens and William Wyler "paid a very personal price" for putting their lives and careers on hold to assist the war effort by making documentaries.
"Big Little Lies" easily could have been a big disappointment -- another series built around big-name stars that, despite its origins in a popular book, echoed themes from several similar shows and TV clichés pulling back the curtain on small-town life.
Forget all the investigations and the hacked email. Russian President Vladimir Putin was asked if Russia interfered in the US election. "Read my lips," he answered, "No." Putin said all the accusations, including the conclusion by 17 US intelligence agencies that Russia worked to help Donald Trump win, are "fictional, illusory, provocations and lies."
With interest rates likely heading up, many would-be homebuyers are rushing to lock in mortgages before borrowing gets even more expensive. While snagging a lower interest rate will make your monthly payments more affordable and save you money in the long run, buying a home right now may not be the best move.
President Donald Trump on Friday will make the next move in his bid to reshape US trade policy, signing two executive orders aimed at combating foreign trade abuses that contribute to the US's half-trillion-dollar trade deficit.
Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee considered President Trump's nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch. Over the dayslong hearing, we learned who Judge Neil Gorsuch is, and who he is not.
Former national security adviser Michael Flynn is willing to testify before federal and congressional investigators in their ongoing probe into Russian meddling in the US elections, but only if he is granted immunity.
Younger women with breast cancer in Nebraska, Missouri, Colorado, Iowa, and South Dakota are increasingly more likely to choose to have both their affected and healthy breasts removed compared to others, a new study finds.
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.
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.
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.
Russian interference with American politics did not stop after the election, and prominent Republicans -- including House Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. Marco Rubio -- have been targeted by coordinated social media attacks, cybersecurity experts told a Senate panel Thursday.
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.
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.
Many in the energy and environmental industries thought Donald Trump's victory in November meant certain death for the Clean Power Plan (CPP), a piece of low-hanging fruit in Trump's promise to revitalize coal country. This regulation, which many argue is one of the most expensive in American history, was key to Obama's climate legacy and, indeed, the President's Executive Order issued this week does kill the CPP. Until, that is, the environmental activists file for a stay, which could happen any day now.
"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.
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.
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.
First Lady Melania Trump, who usually keeps out of the spotlight, called for women's empowerment and celebration of diversity in rare remarks at the State Department, giving us a first glimpse of an official platform as first lady. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.