CNN’s Dana Bash and counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway spar over her husband’s tweets publicly criticizing the President.
CNN’s Fareed Zakaria says the most remarkable parts of James Comey’s memoir “A Higher Loyalty” are not about President Trump, but about the George W. Bush administration.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) says “we will see where it goes” in regard to negotiations with North Korea, after Kim Jong Un announced the country no longer needs any nuclear tests.
Ronan Farrow discusses his new book with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and talks about the US state department and his story on Harvey Weinstein.
CNN’s Brian Stelter points out several inaccuracies and typos in some of President Trump’s recent tweets.
Nashville police are asking residents to lock their doors and stay alert after a seminude gunman killed four people at an area Waffle House.
James Shaw Jr., a customer who saved countless lives at a Nashville-area Waffle House, speaks out after a seminude gunman killed four people.
Kate Middleton, wife of Britain’s Prince William, has been admitted to a hospital in London in the early stages of labor, the royal family announced.
White House legislative affairs director Marc Short tells CNN’s Chris Cuomo there are no plans for President Trump’s to pardon his personal lawyer Michael Cohen, saying there would be “quite an outcry” if he did.
New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman responds to President Trump’s twitter attack following an article Haberman wrote about the President’s relationship with his personal lawyer Michael Cohen.