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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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?

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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?

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Kinzinger: We Have To Respect The Judiciary

Kinzinger: We Have To Respect The Judiciary

The president is taking the wrong tack to attack the judges considering his case, Kinzinger said.

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What Trump’s Border Wall Could Look Like

What Trump’s Border Wall Could Look Like

Jorge Perez, a billionaire real estate developer, has built structures around the world but will not build President Trump’s border wall stating it is “an insult to all Hispanics” and immigrants in the US.

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Latest Warnings To Congress On North Korea

Latest Warnings To Congress On North Korea

Experts warn Congress that purges in North Korea could be a sign of regime instability and say North Korea could sell its nuclear technology to others.

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McCain Slams Putin In Fiery Senate Speech

McCain Slams Putin In Fiery Senate Speech

During an emotional speech on the Senate floor, Sen. John McCain insists there is no moral equivalence between the United States and Russia, and to suggest otherwise is “either terribly misinformed or incredibly biased.”

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Fate Of Obamacare Faces Legislative Realities

Fate Of Obamacare Faces Legislative Realities

Donald Trump’s promise to repeal Obamacare immediately is running into legislative realities, putting a halt to the repealing and replacing.

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Judges Challenge Lawyers On Travel Ban Hearing

Judges Challenge Lawyers On Travel Ban Hearing

Federal judges grilled Washington state lawyers as they consider whether to lift a nationwide halt of Donald Trump’s travel ban against citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries. CNN’s Pamela Brown reports.

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Target Of Yemen Raid Was Al Qaeda Leader

Target Of Yemen Raid Was Al Qaeda Leader

The main target of the US Navy SEAL raid in Yemen was the leader of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, Qassim al-Rimi, according to a senior US military official.

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ISIS Mentoring Terrorists Online

ISIS Mentoring Terrorists Online

A piece in The New York Times explores how previous terrorist attacks considered lone wolf attacks were actually facilitated through cyberspace.

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Pence Has Become The Defender Of Trump

Pence Has Become The Defender Of Trump

Vice President Mike Pence has become a defender of President Donald Trump. CNN’s Brianna Keilar has more.

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Trump Respects Putin, Says US Is ‘Not So Innocent’

Trump Respects Putin, Says US Is ‘Not So Innocent’

In an interview with Bill O’Reilly, President Trump says he respects Russian President Putin. O’Reilly called Putin a killer and Trump responded by saying “our country’s so innocent.”

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Trump Rips Federal Judge Who Halted Travel Ban

Trump Rips Federal Judge Who Halted Travel Ban

Michael Smerconish sounds off on President Donald Trump’s tweet that rips federal judge James L. Robart for halting immigration travel ban.

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Sanders: Trump A Fraud On Wall Street Reform

Sanders: Trump A Fraud On Wall Street Reform

Sen. Bernie Sanders says President Donald Trump is proving to be friendly to big banks and Wall Street even though Trump campaigned against them in during the election.

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French Far Right Leader Runs For President

French Far Right Leader Runs For President

The leader of the French far-right’s National Front Marine Le Pen kicked off her presidential campaign at a rally in Lyon.

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Trump Preparing For Showdown Over Travel Ban

Trump Preparing For Showdown Over Travel Ban

Suzanne Malveaux takes a look at the upcoming legal proceedings after a federal appeals court denied an emergency request to resume President Donald Trump’s travel ban.

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The Dark History Of Immigration Bans In The U.S.

The Dark History Of Immigration Bans In The U.S.

President Trump’s immigration ban has brought to light the U.S.’ history of restricting refugees. What’s the history behind this policy?

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GOP In Congress To Undo Obama Regulations

GOP In Congress To Undo Obama Regulations

Republicans in Congress are starting to undo regulations put in place by President Obama during his final days in office.

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US To Defend Japanese Islands Claimed By China

US To Defend Japanese Islands Claimed By China

Secretary of Defense James Mattis reaffirmed the US’ commitment to defending Japan, including a group of disputed islands which have been claimed by China.

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Washington Government Sounds Off On Trump Travel Ban

Washington Government Sounds Off On Trump Travel Ban

Gov. Jay Inslee (D-WA) states his opinion on the Department of Justice’s intent to file an emergency stay in response to the temporary halt on President Trump’s travel ban.

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Cubans Watch Anxiously For Trump’s Next Moves

Cubans Watch Anxiously For Trump’s Next Moves

As US President Donald Trump lashes out at US enemies and allies alike, many Cubans wonder which Trump they will face.

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White House Statement On Israel Is Significant

White House Statement On Israel Is Significant

Elise Labott discusses the Trump administration’s statement on the construction of Israeli settlements, which stated it “may not be helpful” in achieving peace.

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Trump Flag Spotted On US Navy Convoy

Trump Flag Spotted On US Navy Convoy

A US Navy convoy in Kentucky was spotted flying an unauthorized flag as it was moving from one training location to another. The Navy is investigating the incident.

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Mexico Diplomat: Trump Call Was Constructive

Mexico Diplomat: Trump Call Was Constructive

A phone call between Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and US President Donald Trump was constructive and not confrontational, Mexico’s Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray told CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

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US-Australia Friendship Turning Frosty

US-Australia Friendship Turning Frosty

An agreement for the US to receive refugees from Australia created a heated discussion between President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

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Eastern Ukrainians Closely Watching Trump

Eastern Ukrainians Closely Watching Trump

Amidst increased fighting, eastern Ukrainians hope the Trump administration will improve relations between the US and Russia.

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National Security Adviser: Iran Is ‘On Notice’

National Security Adviser: Iran Is ‘On Notice’

In a surprise appearance during a White House briefing, National Security Adviser Mike Flynn offered a blunt warning to Iran, saying “we are officially putting Iran on notice.

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White House Back On Track?

White House Back On Track?

The rollout of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court justice pick was smooth in contrast to the nature of the administration’s first week.

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Trump, Australian PM Have Heated Conversation

Trump, Australian PM Have Heated Conversation

President Donald Trump ended a call abruptly with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, despite the two countries’ history as allies.

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Trump Supporters Defend Travel Ban

Trump Supporters Defend Travel Ban

Supporters say they have no problem with refugees; they want protection from terror attacks, and the President’s travel ban is a good first step.

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Senators Wager Vote For Devos On Super Bowl

Senators Wager Vote For Devos On Super Bowl

When Senator Johnny Isakson offered up a Super Bowl bet to fellow Senator Elizabeth Warren, she responded, “how about we put a vote for Betsy DeVos on the line?”

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Trump Picks Neil Gorsuch For Supreme Court

Trump Picks Neil Gorsuch For Supreme Court

President Donald Trump announces his choice to fill the Supreme Court vacancy, a seat once held by the late Antonin Scalia.

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Donald Trump’s Entire Supreme Court Announcement

Donald Trump’s Entire Supreme Court Announcement

President Donald Trump announces Judge Neil Gorsuch as his choice to the fill the Supreme Court vacancy, a seat once filled by Antonin Scalia.

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White House Defends Travel Ban

White House Defends Travel Ban

The White House is defending the implementation of the executive order that places travel restrictions on refugees and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim nations.

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