A research team created a device that mimics a pregnant mammal's womb. Nature Communications reports that a fetal lamb successfully grew in the device for weeks. Ultimately, they hope to test this on humans.
An Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps ship acted "unprofessional but also provocative" while approaching the USS Mahan, an American destroyer in the Persian Gulf on Monday, according to a US official.
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera said President Donald Trump's administration would be well advised to move on to other issues after a federal judge blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a threat to take away funds from sanctuary cities.
Parts of a US-built anti-missile system designed to mitigate the threat of North Korean missiles have been moved to the planned deployment site in South Korea as tensions with the nuclear-armed country escalate.
Congressional Republicans have privately proposed a funding bill that does not include money for the border wall, a Congressional source told CNN on Tuesday, a sign congressional Republicans are willing to buck the President to avoid a government shutdown.
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said during an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper that President Trump is willing to sign a government spending bill that will not include funding for a border wall.
Senators preparing to attend an unusual all-hands meeting on North Korea at the White House Wednesday said they are eager to hear President Donald Trump's views on the increasingly tense standoff with Pyongyang.
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the Trump administration from enforcing a threat to take away funds from sanctuary cities -- the latest blow from the federal judiciary to President Donald Trump's immigration agenda.
With President Donald Trump's 100th day in office looming in the distance, only 32 percent of millennials approve of his performance so far, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Harvard Kennedy School's Institute of Politics.
As Franklin Delano Roosevelt approached the podium for his inaugural address in 1933, an economic crisis held Americans in a fierce, agonizing grip. One-quarter of adults could not find a job. Farmlands were desolate. Most of the nation's banks were closed. And people had lost faith in their leaders in Washington.
What we have learned about Donald Trump's leanings on tax policy make them Exhibit A in his bait-and-switch presidency. Although he was elected as a man of the people, Trump's tax reform plans make it clear that he is serving as a baron for billionaires.
It's getting to be an almost laughable refrain, repeated whenever our current President garbles his interviews, insults a foreign leader, disregards norms of either politics or polite human behavior, or uses his position to enrich himself or his family: "Imagine if Hillary Clinton did that."
Aboard Air Force One, which he has used to commute almost weekly to his resort in Florida, Trump recently bragged of his great early success. "I think we've had one of the most successful 13 weeks in the history of the presidency," he said as, oddly, the image of Darth Vader flashed on a video screen beside him.
The United Airlines passenger who was left bloodied and bruised after being forcibly removed from a flight earlier this month was swinging his arms, his hands balled into fists, as officers from the Chicago Department of Aviation tried to pull him out of his seat, according to incident reports from the officers involved.
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser did not properly disclose payments from Russia and does not appear to have complied with the law, House Oversight Chairman Jason Chaffetz and ranking Democrat Elijah Cummings said Tuesday after reviewing Michael Flynn's application for a security clearance.
During an appearance on a panel discussion in Germany on Tuesday, Ivanka Trump was booed and hissed at when she offered a defense of her father's policies regarding paid leave for women in the workplace.
Ranking House Oversight Committee member Elijah Cummings (D-MD) calls the information contained in classified documents about former national security adviser Michael Flynn "troubling," and blasts the White House's refusal to release the documents.
House Oversight Committee members Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) and Elijah Cummings (D-MD) say former national security adviser Michael Flynn may have broken the law by not disclosing payments from Russia and could be subject to time in prison.
More politicians--Democrats, not just Trump--have started cursing in public. Research suggests this might help them seem authentic, but Mel Robbins says there's a good reason this is not good for America.
The audience inside the "Dancing with the Stars" ballroom felt anything but glee over Heather Morris and Maksim Chmerkovskiy's shocking elimination. But the former "Glee" star is taking it all in stride.
CNN's Anderson Cooper dissects President Trump's recent tweet on beating Hillary Clinton in the popular vote, saying that we shouldn't be desensitized to President Trump "repeatedly say things that are simply not true."
Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates is set to testify May 8 before a Senate judiciary investigation into Russia's interference in last year's elections, her second congressional hearing at which she's scheduled to testify within the span of a week.
A generation after the book was published and became a movie, "The Handmaid's Tale" has been turned into a jolting TV series, representing a huge step up in class for Hulu. Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel has already been politicized, but stands on its own as a best-yet project that enables the streaming service rub elbows with the pay-TV elite.
As Americans began to rebuild after the September 11 terror attacks, music made those difficult times easier to get through. Learn more on the original series "Soundtracks: Songs that Defined History" on Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on CNN.
The iconic artist talks about how his Big Apple anthem, "New York State of Mind," took on a different meaning in the wake of 9/11. Learn more on the original series "Soundtracks: Songs that Defined History" Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on CNN.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign was targeted in recent weeks by hackers, using methods similar to the hacks in the United States targeting the Democratic National Committee last year, according to a new report by cybersecurity researchers.