Rep. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that White House chief of staff John Kelly, in talking about the wall and immigration, told Democratic lawmakers that some of President Donald Trump's positions as a candidate were uninformed.
The former White House chief strategist declined to answer questions from the House Intelligence Committee; Catherine Herridge goes in-depth for 'Special Report.'
The short-term continuing resolution would fund the government through February 16th and reauthorize CHIP for six years among other legislation; Mike Emanuel explains on 'Special Report.'
Officials at the world's busiest airport in Atlanta said limited staffing was causing passengers to wait more than an hour to get through security checkpoints
A former high school classmate of a University of Pennsylvania student found buried in a California park was charged with murder and investigators were looking for evidence of a hate crime
Macedonia's president vetoes law making Albanian the country's second official language, describing the legislation as unnecessary and unconstitutional
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The president of the University of Alabama says a student who repeatedly used racial slurs in social media videos is no longer enrolled at the university
U.S. authorities say they want a German man who provided critical support to Osama bin Laden before the Sept. 11 attacks to face trial in the United States
HLN's Ashleigh Banfield fires back at Babe.net writer Katie Way for an email that insulted Banfield's looks and age sent in response to Banfield's commentary critical of Way's story about anonymous sexual assault allegations against actor Aziz Ansari.
Bitcoin trades below $10,000 Wednesday before recovering most of its losses, extending a sell-off that erased almost half the digital currency's value in one month
On Wednesday, representatives from Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter testified before a Senate committee about each platform's commitment to fighting terrorism on social media.
The negotiations to come up with a temporary spending bill are being opposed by Democrats and some conservatives over immigration; John Roberts has the roundup for 'Special Report.'
California's attorney general is concerned about open-ended immigration sweeps as he and other officials say the Trump administration should be concentrating on deporting dangerous felons