Burnett on Bolton: It's like 'The Apprentice'

CNN's Erin Burnett says President Donald Trump's hiring of Fox News personality John Bolton as national security adviser is like the White House edition of "The Apprentice."

School shooting victim 'brain dead,' life support…

The mother of a teenage girl shot when a classmate opened fire inside their Maryland high school says she is brain dead and is being removed from life support

Protest planned after fatal police shooting of…

Community members and activists plan to gather at Sacramento City Hall to protest the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by police

Police: Officers shot 2, believing escaped inmate…

Denver police say officers who shot and killed a man after a high-speed chase believed an escaped inmate was a passenger in the car

The Latest: EU recalls envoy for consultations on…

The European Union is recalling its ambassador from Moscow for consultations over the nerve gas attack in Britain earlier this month, reinforcing a united stand against Russia

Kansas appeals Planned Parenthood case to US Supreme Court

Kansas asks US Supreme Court to overturn a federal appeals court ruling that prevents the state from cutting off Medicaid funds to a Planned Parenthood affiliate

The little boy who never gives up

Seven-year-old Mustafa lives in Jordan with his grandmother and his sister.

H.R. McMaster Resigns. John Bolton Named Trump's…

President Donald Trump is replacing national security adviser H.R. McMaster with the former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton, injecting a hawkish foreign policy voice into his administration ahead of key decisions on Iran and North Korea.

Bookies are Taking Bets on When Prince Harry and…

With the Royal Wedding around the corner, could a Royal Baby for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle be far behind? UK bookies think there will be a pregnancy announcement before the end of 2018! Buzz60's TC Newman has more.

The Latest: Maduro celebrates impending fall of Peru leader

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is celebrating the downfall of his fiercest critic _ President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru

10Things to Know for Friday

Among 10 Things to Know: How markets reacted to Trump's tariff plan for China; another White House cabinet shakeup; Toys R Us founder dies

Dow tumbles 724 points on trade war fears

Wall Street fell sharply Thursday as President Trump unveiled new tariffs aimed at Chinese goods and investment, sparking fear of a trade war between the world's two biggest economies. Conway G. Gittens reports.

As US gets tough with China, Wall Street gets weak-kneed

The prospect of a full-blown trade war between the world's two biggest economies unnerved investors, with the Dow Jones industrials plunging more than 700 points.

Fired officer who killed unarmed black man to get…

The University of Cincinnati has agreed to pay $344,000 in back wages and legal fees to a white police officer the school fired after he fatally shot a black unarmed motorist

The Life-Changing Effect Of Poetry

Levi Miller, a high school student, performs verses about poverty and therapy. He is set to compete at the largest youth poetry slam competition.

Internet imagines Trump vs. Biden in the ring

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump trash talk about fighting each other. CNN's Jeanne Moos has a ringside seat.

Behind Facebook's baby step fixes: Defending its…

Why Facebook only makes baby-step fixes: It wants to protect its ad business

Former Playboy model to Melania: I'm sorry

Former Playboy model Karen McDougal got emotional about the current first lady while discussing her alleged affair with now-President Trump.

Few details emerging about Austin bombing suspect

Investigators finish questioning second roommate of Austin serial bombing suspect; more complete picture of him remains elusive

Police: Ex-Mormon official asked to see woman's…

Ex-Mormon missionary official admits asking woman to expose herself, according to police report

Confusion, relief, anger in 911 calls during…

The Honolulu Police Department has released a sampling of 911 calls made during the confusion over an alert that mistakenly warned of a ballistic missile headed to Hawaii