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During an exchange with reporters as he left the White House on Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump made false accusations against both Rep. Alexandria-Cortez and Rep. Ilhan Omar, two of the four Democratic members of Congress against whom he launched a racist "go back" attack earlier in the week.
Democratic lawmakers rebuked President Trump's racist tweet, including Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and Ayanna Pressley who were targeted in the tweet.
Ilhan Omar went back to where she was from.
CNN's Anderson Cooper calls out President Donald Trump's numerous lies and flip flops on attacks he made against Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN).
ESPN radio and TV personality Dan Le Batard called his network's relatively new politics-free stance "cowardly" in the face of President Donald Trump and his supporters' racist remarks about four Democratic congresswomen of color.
I'm glad President Donald Trump disavowed the "send her back" chant that broke out at his North Carolina rally. US Rep. Ilhan Omar and the rest of her "Squad" of House Democratic freshmen are as American as the rest of us, live under the same Constitution and enjoy the same First Amendment rights.
The Trump administration is making revisions to the naturalization test for the first time in a decade, US Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Friday.
George Aref Nader, who was a key witness in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, faces new charges of transporting a minor "with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity" and child pornography.
After President Trump continued to berate Democratic congresswomen following a racist tweet, CNN's Don Lemon calls out Trump's inconsistency on the 'send her back' chant.
I can imagine two reactions at Biden headquarters Thursdsay night when the lineups for the CNN debates in Detroit were drawn.
Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will face a 2020 Republican challenge from a Jamaican-American businesswoman who says that she will better represent and more effectively attract jobs to the district.
Nearly 3,100 federal inmates will walk out of prison on Friday as a provision of the sweeping criminal justice reform act passed by Congress takes effect.
Dear State Representative Robert Foster and former Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr.,
A cashier at an Illinois convenience store is out of a job after a video showing him questioning customers' citizenship went viral.
When Judge Robert Crowley sentenced Albert Flick to prison for assault in 2010, he said Flick would be too old to pose a threat by the time he was released, despite a history of violence against women.
Authorities want to know why three fake legs have been left at different times at a memorial to a man who died after he was bitten by a shark off the Massachusetts coast.
A federal grand jury has indicted pharmaceutical wholesaler Miami-Luken, two of its top former officials, and two pharmacists with conspiring to illegally distribute millions of prescription painkillers in some of the states hit hardest by the opioid epidemic, the Justice Department announced Thursday.
Children's Hospital Los Angeles will now be able to help many more kids, thanks to an anonymous $25 million gift.
When Detective Michael Fisten hung up his badge after 30 years in law enforcement and started a new career as a private investigator, he thought his first case wouldn't last more than a couple of weeks.
Millions of Americans are under extreme heat watches and warnings. CNN's Miguel Marquez has the latest.
As dollar stores sweep across America, they are facing growing scrutiny from opponents who argue that discount chains stifle local competition and limit poor communities' access to healthy food.
The women who have accused Donald Trump of sexual misconduct say they feel left behind by the #MeToo movement. CNN's MJ Lee has their stories.
Three friends had an extra ticket to a Boston Red Sox game. Instead of selling it, they gave it to a man who they say was homeless.
A California father died Thursday afternoon while rescuing his daughter from a river at North Fork Park, Oregon.
A 1300-year-old mosque was discovered in rural Israel, making it one of the country's earliest known mosques.
Before you break open a jar of Ragu pasta sauce for your Sunday dinner, take a look to make sure it's not part of a new recall.
The orange-fronted parakeet is one of the rarest birds in New Zealand, but its population may have doubled after an "epic" season of mating.
A pair of pesky penguins broke into a sushi restaurant, were removed by officials and then decided to head back to the scene of the crime.
Before you storm Area 51, you might want to make a stop in Oklahoma.
It's all fun and games until you accidentally incite a giant mob to raid a top-secret military base.
The mysterious Air Force base has long been rumored to house the US government's secrets about aliens and UFOs.
The world is ready to finally see the secrets hidden inside Area 51. And if one of those secrets happens to be living aliens, well, we have good news -- they'll be greeted with free cans of Bud Light.
Looks like Lil Nas X is ready to answer the call to storm Area 51 with an Old Town Raid.
Peak temperatures from a potentially deadly heat wave are expected to begin Friday, and major US cities are taking special measures to prepare -- with New York City declaring an emergency.
The US is facing a major heat wave in the coming days, with two-thirds of the country at risk. The Northeast and Midwest are expected to be hit the hardest, with the heat index expected to reach nearly 115 degrees in some parts of the country.
As a potentially record-breaking heat wave grips the nation this weekend, doctors are warning people to find air conditioning and stay cool -- or risk a trip to the emergency room and a hospital ice bath.
Nala the cat, a Siamese and tabby mix, is slightly cross-eyed with gray and white fur. She likes being petted but isn't a fan of being held. She was rescued from an animal shelter and really loves men with beards.
Expect to hear the haunting refrain of "Memory," as performed by Jennifer Hudson, approximately 80 times in the office today: There's a good chance your coworkers are all watching the "Cats" trailer, and there's a very good chance they're all horrified by it.
As Russian President Vladimir Putin continues to expand military efforts in the Arctic region, experts say the country's advanced weapon system could pose a threat to US aircraft. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
General Motors has unveiled the eighth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette. The model is, arguably, the biggest change for the Corvette since the sports car was first introduced in 1953.
The US box office is struggling, but you wouldn't know if it you only looked at Disney's coffers.
Toys "R" Us' long-awaited comeback is finally official.
When companies announce their CEOs are leaving, they may offer any number of vague reasons. But it's rare that they'd ever say the chief executive was "fired" or explain precisely why.
"I am the law and order candidate," GOP nominee Donald Trump proclaimed in 2016, days after a gunman killed five Dallas police officers on July 7, 2016. Many in law enforcement, from patrol officers on up to police executives, were gratified to hear that. And they should have been. For whatever else American presidents are and do, they are required by Section 3 of Article II of the Constitution to "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed." Based on this, George Washington and Alexander Hamilton described the president as the nation's "chief magistrate." And in July 2016, candidate Trump clearly acknowledged this most basic duty.
As a hospice and palliative medicine physician, my job is to help reduce suffering. At the end of life, that job becomes especially intense when time is short, when machines and data seem to be taking over, and so many intense emotions surround a body that is trying to die.
Fifty years ago, America sent a man to the moon. It is a feat that will define our civilization in a thousand years.
The death of Cameron Boyce, the talented Disney actor who according to his family died in his sleep following a seizure at the age of 20, resonates deeply with the experiences of so many other families who have lost their loved ones to Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). Boyce's family has said his fatal seizure was the result of epilepsy, and while Boyce's final cause of death has yet to be determined, his tragic loss is a reminder that every year, about 1 in 1,000 people with epilepsy suddenly die. Among those whose seizures are not controlled by medicine, the rate rockets to a stunning 1 in 150.
There are few more unifying spectacles than that of someone who seems terrible making a conspicuous fool of himself on television. This week, audiences -- and seconds later, Twitter -- lit up as Luke P., the villain of this season of reality dating show "The Bachelorette," was finally sent packing by his self-avowed true love, Hannah Brown.
In the umpteenth scandalous moment of his reign, the President tweeted that four Congresswomen -- three homegrown Americans and one who became a citizen of the United States at age 17 -- should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came." The racism in this attack is appalling, but it is not the only form of deviance on display.
You might think that 50 years after humankind's first steps on the moon, the world would have seen all of the best footage from that historic event.
During the historic launch of Apollo 11 which put the first men on the moon, rows of men in shirts and ties lined the consoles inside Kennedy Space Center.
After Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin's successful 1969 moon landing, President Richard Nixon placed a very long-distance phone call to the astronauts. For more, watch CNN Films' "Apollo 11" on Saturday, July 20 at 9 and 11 p.m. ET.
CNN Films' documentary "Apollo 11" uses newly discovered footage and hours of uncatalogued audio recordings to tell the story of the 1969 moon landing with new clarity. The film airs Saturday, July 20 at 9 and 11 p.m. ET.
Fifty years ago, Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin made history when they became the first humans to set foot on the moon.
Senior members of the United Kingdom's ruling Conservative party are so concerned about the country leaving the European Union without a deal that they are planning to go over the new Prime Minister's head and appeal directly to the Queen.
China's economic growth has slumped to its lowest level in nearly three decades, but the trade war with the United States isn't solely to blame.
China's second space lab will return to Earth in a controlled demolition Friday, according to the country's space agency.
Four years ago, one of the happiest days of Kira Conard's life carried a cloud of sadness.
The streets of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, were relatively quiet Friday morning, when they're typically bustling with locals and tourists.