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At least 112 bodies have been pulled from the site of a March 17 US-led coalition airstrike in Mosul, senior Iraqi health official Ahmed Dubardani said.
The father of a high school rape suspect was arrested on Friday after it was discovered he was in the United States unlawfully, according to a statement from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Tropical Cyclone Debbie is making landfall across the coast of northeast Australia, packing sustained winds of 185 kph (114 mph) with gusts reaching more than 262 kph (163 mph).
"Tired of winning yet?" becomes the winning-est insult against Trump, but salad stuck in Spicer's teeth is close second. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
President Donald Trump headed to one of his golf courses again Sunday, marking his 13th visit to one since taking office and the eighth consecutive weekend he has spent at properties bearing his name.
CNN's Randi Kaye follows the trail of Rep. Devin Nunes' big reveal about the surveillance of Donald Trump's transition team.
Jorge Matadamas is a Mexican citizen, but at 23 years old, everything about the country is brand new to him.
WikiLeaks is publicly distancing itself from longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone, who for months during the 2016 campaign claimed to have a backchannel communication with the group's founder, Julian Assange.
House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes defended himself Monday from a wave of criticism following the revelation he visited White House grounds last week to access information he said showed President Donald Trump and his associates may have had their communications collected by US intelligence during surveillance.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney said in a speech Monday that Russia's alleged involvement in the election could be considered "an act of war."
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday threatened to cut federal funds from so-called sanctuary cities and states that will not comply with immigration laws. The threat, which is not new, applies to major cities such as Los Angeles and Chicago, where policies limit cooperation in enforcing federal immigration laws.