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One of the next members of President Donald Trump's administration to enter the Russia investigation spotlight finds himself in a particularly awkward spot: He's the top lawyer at the White House.
The rumor mill has been buzzing for months. The first whispers of a royal engagement made their way across social media and the British tabloids earlier this year and soon grew into a clamor of speculation.
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Britain's Prince Harry and American actor Meghan Markle are engaged, according to a statement from Kensington Palace Monday. The wedding will take place in spring 2018.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry's new fiancé, has played a lawyer in the drama show "Suits." She also contributes to a children's charity and ran her own website.
At 47 years old and with a list of bodily injuries that reads like a medieval saga, I never thought I could finish a half-marathon.
When asked to describe a typical child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), most people would describe a young boy who climbs on things, is impatient and does not do what he is told.
Over the holiday weekend, a scramble over who's in charge of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has been unfolding.
After promising a string of legislative victories, the President is still searching for a substantive win
President Donald Trump has just one month left to salvage a lost legislative year in a presidency that he vowed would be an endless victory lap -- but has yet to produce a major new law that reshapes the nation.
Pakistan's Law Minister Zahid Hamid has resigned after days of protest rocked the country over accusations of blasphemy in amended parliamentary laws.
Former Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray's hand-picked successor is suing President Donald Trump over his appointment of Mick Mulvaney to head the agency, court documents show.
A New York Times editor on Sunday said the paper regrets how much a controversial article about a white nationalist offended readers.
Twelve former female staffers of Rep. John Conyers say he "never behaved in a sexually inappropriate manner" in front of them as the Michigan Democrat faces an ethics investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.
Allegations of abuse, including drugging and molestation, at a Chinese kindergarten are rocking the nation's childcare industry. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
November 26, 1942. The Hollywood Theatre in New York City. A new movie is about to open. "Casablanca."