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Handsomely produced, "The Great Wall" has the feel of an old "B" movie, with a rudimentary plot that mashes up elements of everything from "Game of Thrones" to "Starship Troopers." While casting Matt Damon in this Chinese-made film might not produce box-office glory in the U.S., if this isn't a great movie, it's certainly a pretty good one.
More than an hour into a raucous White House news conference, President Donald Trump was asked a personal question about his wife, Melania Trump.
Vice Admiral Bob Harward has turned down President Donald Trump's offer to be national security adviser, sources told CNN Thursday.
White House chief of staff Reince Priebus issued a firm denunciation of reports that revealed contacts between high-level Trump campaign aides and Russian officials, saying top intelligence officials "have greenlighted me to say" that the reports are "grossly overstated and inaccurate."
While the establishment politicians and the left scoff at President Trump's Thursday press conference, Trump voters celebrate a victorious display of confidence. After a week of rampant speculation about selective leaks from the intelligence community, Trump boldly took to the East Room podium to address a room full of inquisitive journalists.
Throughout the 2016 election campaign, then-candidate Donald Trump repeatedly promised a new approach to battlefield victory over ISIS, saying he would ask "the generals" to provide a new plan within 30 days of his inauguration.
A Washington state police officer goes beyond the call of duty by freeing a woman from her burning car, using his baton to shatter the window.
Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt are still considered the four best presidents in American history, according to a survey of presidential historians released Friday by C-SPAN.
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With the ascension of former Sen. Jeff Sessions to attorney general and several of his former staff installed at the White House and federal agencies, immigration policy experts are sensing a sea change in Washington.
Lee Jae-yong, the de facto leader of South Korea's biggest conglomerate, has been under investigation as part of the huge political corruption scandal that has rocked the country.
The FBI is not expected to pursue any charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn regarding a phone call with Russia's ambassador, barring new information that changes what they know, law enforcement officials told CNN Thursday.
CNN's Jake Tapper discusses how President Donald Trump handled the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, and how Trump's comments claiming the media was creating "conspiracy theories" were false.
CNN's Jim Acosta asks President Trump about his use of Wikileaks during the campaign, leaks from his administration and his rhetoric towards the media.
April Ryan, an African-American reporter who asked President Trump a question about the CBC at a recent press conference, speaks with CNN's Don Lemon about her exchange with Trump.
A suicide attack Thursday at Pakistan's Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine in the southern city of Shewan in Sindh province killed at least 30 people and injured about 100 others, Sikander Mandhero, the provincial health minister, told CNN.