President Donald Trump threatened to "get involved" with the Justice Department's ongoing task of producing documents to lawmakers after accusations the agency has refused requests on a variety of topics.
Emergency crews are responding to a military cargo plane crash in Savannah, Georgia, said Candace Carpenter, spokeswoman for the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport.
Stephen Hawking may be among the stars now, but he has managed to gift the world one more research paper, published this week in the Journal of High Energy Physics.
Emergency crews are responding to a military plane crash in Savannah, Georgia, said Candace Carpenter, spokeswoman for the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. CNN's Kaylee Hartung reports.
Stirring in all the right ways, "RBG" is much more than just a profile of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the unexpectedly iconic Supreme Court Justice. The documentary, rather, turns out to be a wonderful love story, with a buddy comedy -- built around Ginsburg's unlikely friendship with her ideological opposite, the late Antonin Scalia -- thrown in for good measure.
The little boy holds open his arms as he stands, satisfied, in front of a rainbow-colored line of toy cars he's placed in the middle of a street.
The Pentagon has a message for stores on US military bases: Stop selling phones made by Chinese tech giants Huawei and ZTE.
Sen. Marco Rubio said last week there's no evidence that the GOP tax plan's lowered corporate tax rate has significantly helped American workers -- but on Wednesday, he said the tax law "on the whole" helps most Americans even if the cuts to the corporate tax rate largely do not.
Southwest Flight 957 from Chicago to Newark, New Jersey, made an unplanned landing Wednesday in Cleveland, Ohio, after a report of an issue with an aircraft window, Federal Aviation Administration spokeswoman Elizabeth Cory told CNN.
A Georgia Republican gubernatorial hopeful is standing by his campaign ad in which he points a shotgun at a young man who wants to date his daughter.
What's Next: Marketing morals. A year of scandal in tech, from #DeleteUber to #DeleteFacebook, will not result in meaningful regulation or broad-sweeping changes to business models, our best sources in Silicon Valley and on Capitol Hill believe. But it has put a premium on good behavior. The scrutiny over how tech companies affect society, handle data and prioritize growth vs. impact is forcing tech to spend more time thinking about "values" as strategy.
The maker of Mercedes cars has promised to investigate its cobalt supply chain to ensure child labor is not being used to power its electric vehicles.
HHS official who shared conspiracy theories and said 'forefathers would have hung' Obama is back at work
A political appointee at the Department of Health and Human Services has apologized and is now back at work at the department after it came to light that she spread conspiracy theories and shared an image that said "our forefathers would have hung" Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton for treason on social media.