Discover Alamo City

Discover Alamo City

Kelly Bowman explores all San Antonio has to offer, from colorful Market Square to the River Walk. 00

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How Trump Won Over Republican Skeptics

How Trump Won Over Republican Skeptics

In an interview with Amara Walker and Michael Holmes, Jodi Enda of CNN Politics explains how President Donald Trump won over Republican skeptics. 00

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North Korea’s History Of Spying And Assassinations

North Korea’s History Of Spying And Assassinations

With the suspicious death of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Paula Hancocks looks at previous known North Korean assassinations on foreign soil. 00

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How To Defend Yourself From Trump’s Handshake

How To Defend Yourself From Trump’s Handshake

Jeanne Moos reports on how to defend yourself against Trump’s bizarre handshake. 00

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North Koreans On Trump’s Policy

North Koreans On Trump’s Policy

North Koreans give their opinion on Donald Trump’s policy toward their country. 00

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Trump Administration Preparing New Travel Ban

Trump Administration Preparing New Travel Ban

The Trump administration is planning to roll out a revised executive order on immigration that the President says will “protect our people. 00

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Grading President Trump’s First Month

Grading President Trump’s First Month

Tom Foreman reviews President Donald Trump’s successes and failures after his first month in office. 00

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UK Parliament Debates Trump State Visit

UK Parliament Debates Trump State Visit

Trump’s UK state visit has been debated in the British Parliament, after more than 1.8 million people signed a petition to downgrade his visit. 00

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Kasich Trusts Intel Committees To Probe Russia

Kasich Trusts Intel Committees To Probe Russia

Speaking from the Munich Security Conference, John Kasich tells Jim Sciutto that he trusts Senate intel committee members to investigate Russia. 00

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Speaker Paul Ryan’s Secret Border Trip

Speaker Paul Ryan’s Secret Border Trip

Paul Ryan is taking a trip to the U.S./Mexico border. So why is his staff staying so quiet about the visit. 00

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Jim Jones: Trump Needs A ‘Strategic Thinker’

Jim Jones: Trump Needs A ‘Strategic Thinker’

The former National National Security Adviser to President Obama, Ret. Gen. Jim Jones, offers advice to potential NSA picks on State of the Union 00

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Trump Tweets Clarification Of Sweden Remarks

Trump Tweets Clarification Of Sweden Remarks

President Trump clarified via Twitter that his recent comments regarding Sweden were in reference to a report he saw on Fox News the night before. 00

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China Cuts All Coal Imports From North Korea

China Cuts All Coal Imports From North Korea

China says it will halt all coal imports from North Korea for the rest of 2017. Will Ripley has an exclusive look at how these sanctions are affecting the country. 00

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Inside Trump’s Era Of Guns

Inside Trump’s Era Of Guns

Deregulating silencers, broadening concealed carry and undercutting state gun laws are just a few likely changes after the National Rifle Association supported President Trump to an unprecedented level. Now, the Trump era of gun rights is here, and the NRA is looking to capitalize on their election investment. AJ+’s documentary...

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Ethics Concerns Over Trump’s China Deals

Ethics Concerns Over Trump’s China Deals

President Trump won the rights to his name’s trademark in China after ten years of legal battles. Ethics experts are worried about potential constitutional and ethics violations. CNN’s Brian Todd reports. 00

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Jewish Reporter Still Hopeful About Trump

Jewish Reporter Still Hopeful About Trump

Jake Turx, the reporter who was silenced when he asked President Donald Trump a question about anti-Semitism, said he remains hopeful that the White House will meet with Jewish leaders. 00

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Senate Confirms Pruitt As Head Of EPA

Senate Confirms Pruitt As Head Of EPA

Digital columnist John Sutter shares his take on Scott Pruitt’s confirmation as head of the EPA. 00

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How Much Does It Cost To Protect The Trumps?

How Much Does It Cost To Protect The Trumps?

Tom Foreman looks at the cost of protecting President Donald Trump and his family. 00

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Congress Reacts To Trump’s News Conference

Congress Reacts To Trump’s News Conference

Manu Raju reports on congressional reaction to President Donald Trump’s news conference where he introduced his new labor secretary nominee and took questions from the media. 00

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NATO’s Increasing Close Calls With Russia

NATO’s Increasing Close Calls With Russia

NATO jets have been scrambling with increasing frequency in response to encounters with Russia. 00

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Chelsea Clinton Finds Her Voice

Chelsea Clinton Finds Her Voice

Chelsea Clinton, the former first daughter, has found her voice in President Donald Trump’s world, often criticizing him and his advisers. 00

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New Travel Ban Will Be Based On Court Decision

New Travel Ban Will Be Based On Court Decision

President Donald Trump has vowed to issue a new executive order that will be tailored based on the decision for the original order that blocked citizens from seven Muslim majority countries from entering the US. 00

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North Koreans Praise Missile Test Despite Sanctions

North Koreans Praise Missile Test Despite Sanctions

North Korean government sources reveal to CNN’s Will Ripley that their latest ballistic missile launch was not, as many speculated, a specific message to President Trump. Instead, they say it was a gift for the 75th birth anniversary of deceased leader Kim Jong Il. 00

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Russian Spy Ship Spotted On US Coast

Russian Spy Ship Spotted On US Coast

This is the farthest north the Russian spy vessel has ever ventured, according to US defense official. 00

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Congress Could Force Release Of Trump’s Tax Returns

Congress Could Force Release Of Trump’s Tax Returns

President Trump still hasn’t released his tax returns a situation Congress could easily change, but isn’t likely to do. 00

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FBI Not Expected To File Charges Against Flynn

FBI Not Expected To File Charges Against Flynn

Jim Sciutto reports that the FBI is not expected to pursue charges against Michael Flynn for his repeated conversations with Russian officials. 00

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White House: Eroded Trust Leads To Flynn Dismissal

White House: Eroded Trust Leads To Flynn Dismissal

Former White House Communications Director Jennifer Psaki offers insight on Michael Flynn’s departure from the Trump Cabinet. 00

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Acosta To Spicer: How Can You Say Trump Is Tough On Russia?

Acosta To Spicer: How Can You Say Trump Is Tough On Russia?

Press secretary Sean Spicer stated that President Trump has been extremely tough on Russia. In response, Jim Acosta asked, “how is that possible” when President Trump has come to Putin’s defense on several occasions. 00

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Ethics Office Urging White House To Investigate Conway

Ethics Office Urging White House To Investigate Conway

The Office of Government Ethics is urging the White House to take disciplinary action against Kellyanne Conway, a top adviser to President Trump, for endorsing Ivanka Trump’s products in a television interview. 00

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Advisers To Trump Campaign Communicated With Russians

Advisers To Trump Campaign Communicated With Russians

Phone records and intercepted calls show members of President Trump’s campaign had repeated contacts with senior Russian intelligence officials in the year before the 2016 election, according to four current and former American officials. 00

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Where Do America’s Undocumented Immigrants Live?

Where Do America’s Undocumented Immigrants Live?

Out of America’s estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants almost 7 million live in the nation’s 20 largest metro areas, according to a report by Pew Research Center. 00

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Romania’s Protestsers Call For Government To Resign

Romania’s Protestsers Call For Government To Resign

For almost two weeks now, tens of thousands of people have been on the streets across Romania, protesting against their government and demanding its resignation. The ruling Social Democrats only returned to power in January, with a large majority. They’ve already accepted protestors’ requests to not weaken anti-corruption laws, and...

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Trump’s Handling Of North Korea Missile Test Questioned

Trump’s Handling Of North Korea Missile Test Questioned

President Donald Trump is under scrutiny after he openly discussed a response to North Korea’s missile test with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, other diners looked on freely. CNN’s Michelle Kosinski reports. 00

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Steven Mnuchin Sworn In As Treasury Secretary

Steven Mnuchin Sworn In As Treasury Secretary

President Trump introduces Steve Mnuchin as US treasury secretary after a contentious confirmation process and a 53-47 vote in the Senate. 00

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North Korea Tests Intermediate Range Missile

North Korea Tests Intermediate Range Missile

North Korea tested an intermediate-range ballistic missile that flew 310 miles before crashing in the Sea of Japan. 00

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The Grammys Are Getting Political

The Grammys Are Getting Political

What do Sean Spicer and Beyonce have in common? The answer might surprise you. It’s in this week’s State of the Cartoonion. 00

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Trump Promises Security Despite Ban Decision

Trump Promises Security Despite Ban Decision

After the court’s decision to suspend Trump’s immigration ban, the President promised to announce new security “options” this week. Our panel goes in-depth. 00

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Bill Richardson On North Korea Missile Launch

Bill Richardson On North Korea Missile Launch

Former US Ambassador to the UN Bill Richardson analyzes the impact of North Korea’s latest missile launch and President Donald Trump’s reaction. 00

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South America’s Lithium Boom: A Blessing Or A Curse?

South America’s Lithium Boom: A Blessing Or A Curse?

Bolivia holds the world’s largest lithium reserves and mining it could heal the impoverished country’s economy. But at what cost? 00

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The Real Reason Why North Korea Is So Isolated

The Real Reason Why North Korea Is So Isolated

Known as the hermit kingdom, North Korea has held this title long before the Kim dynasty. So how did the country become so isolated? 00

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US Officials Corroborate Aspects Of Dossier

US Officials Corroborate Aspects Of Dossier

For the first time, US investigators say they have corroborated some of the communications detailed in a 35-page dossier compiled by a former British intelligence agent, multiple current and former US law enforcement and intelligence officials tell CNN. Jim Sciutto and Evan Perez have more. 00

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Sen. Johnson On Flynn: Best Policy Is To Be Truthful

Sen. Johnson On Flynn: Best Policy Is To Be Truthful

Senator Ron Johnson, Republican chairman of the homeland security committee said while he hasn’t been briefed on allegations that National Security Adviser Michael Flynn did talk sanctions, his policy is to always tell the truth. 00

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Tempers Flare At Republican Town Halls

Tempers Flare At Republican Town Halls

Some GOP lawmakers are facing angry constituents at town hall events. 00

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McConnell Disagrees With Trump’s Voter Fraud Claim

McConnell Disagrees With Trump’s Voter Fraud Claim

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell addresses President Trump’s claims of millions of cases of voter fraud with Jake Tapper on State of the Union. 00

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Russian Airstrike Mistakenly Kills 3 Turkish Soldiers

Russian Airstrike Mistakenly Kills 3 Turkish Soldiers

A Russian airstrike in Syria mistakenly kills 3 Turkish soldiers as Russian President Putin meets with his Turkish counterpart. 00

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Anti Trump Protesters Use Tea Party Tactics

Anti Trump Protesters Use Tea Party Tactics

Athena Jones reports on how anti-Trump protesters are using Tea Party tactics to disrupt and influence more liberal agendas. 00

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More Than One Travel Ban Judge Threatened

More Than One Travel Ban Judge Threatened

Donald Trump’s travel ban have resulted in extra protection for those judges. Pamela Brown reports. 00

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Trump: Travel Ban Decision Was Political

Trump: Travel Ban Decision Was Political

The White House press pool captures audio of President Donald Trump’s reaction to a federal appeals court ruling against reinstating the travel ban against citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. 00

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Trump Slams Nordstrom For Dropping Lvanka Line

Trump Slams Nordstrom For Dropping Lvanka Line

President Donald Trump hit back at Nordstrom on Twitter on Wednesday morning after the retailer said it wasn’t buying his daughter Ivanka’s clothing line for this season a decision Nordstrom said it informed her of in early January. 00

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U.S Official: No Change To U.S Military Ops In Yemen

U.S Official: No Change To U.S Military Ops In Yemen

A U.S. defense official says there are no changes to the U.S. military operations in Yemen. Jim Sciutto reports. 00

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