On GPS: Is the Trump coalition in disarray?
David Frum shares his take on the Trump coalition in light of the surprising result in the Alabama Senate race.
On GPS: Has populism peaked? Or plateaued?
Zanny Minton Beddoes discusses what has been driving the rise of populism in Europe.
White House lawyer: No plans to fire Mueller
The White House says President Trump has no intentions of firing Special Counsel Robert Mueller amid speculation from a congresswoman that Trump might consider doing so.
Kihuen won't seek re-election amid allegations
Rep. Ruben Kihuen (D-NV) has announced he won't run for re-election amid a House Ethics Committee investigation into allegations that he sexually harassed two women.
Crisis deepens in Yemen's forgotten war
Rasha Muhrez, Director of Program Operations in Yemen, Save the Children discusses the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen with CNN's Hannah Vaughan Jones.
Charlottesville victim's mom: I hide her grave
Susan Bro, the mother of Charlottesville victim Heather Heyer, discusses the trial of James Fields and why she hides the grave of her daughter.
Ex-wife of NBA player charged in his murder
Police have arrested and charged Sherra Wright-Robinson with the murder of her ex-husband, former NBA Memphis Grizzlies player Lorenzen Wright.
CNN Young Wonder: Christina Li
Christina Li, 19, is helping close the gender gap in the tech world. In 2015, she created Hello World, a computer science camp for middle school girls.
CNN Young Wonder: Sidney Keys III
At 11 years old, Sidney Keys III encourages a love of reading by helping boys see themselves in books through his monthly book club, Books n Bros.
CNN Young Wonder: Campbell Remess
Campbell Remess, 13, spreads kindness and comfort to children battling illnesses. Through his Project 365, he creates and delivers custom-made teddy bears.
CNN Young Wonder: Haile Thomas
Haile Thomas, 16, is leading the next generation toward a healthier future. Her HAPPY Organization brings cooking lessons and nutrition education to kids.
CNN Young Wonder: Ryan Hickman
Ryan Hickman, 8, is on a mission to keep debris out of the ocean and save marine life through his thriving Ryan's Recycling Company.
HHS responds to CDC banned words report
Matt Lloyd, a spokesman for Health and Human Services, says that a Washington Post story claiming the CDC is banned from using seven words in budget documents was a "mischaracterization of discussions regarding the budget formulation process."
Trump on tax bill: Middle-class Christmas gift
President Donald Trump praises the GOP tax bill before departing for Camp David, saying it will mostly benefit middle-class Americans.
WaPo: CDC analyst 'incredulous' over banned words
An analyst at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the reaction to orders by the Trump administration to stop using words including "vulnerable" in 2018 budget documents was "incredulous," according to a report by Washington Post reporter Lena Sun.
Evening news briefing from CNN
Evening news briefing from CNN on Saturday, December 16.
Obama wears Santa hat to surprise kids
Former President Barack Obama dons a Santa hat and hands out gifts while making a surprise visit to a Washington Boys and Girls Club.
Fuentes: state of FBI due to 'absentee landlord' Sessions
Former FBI assoc. director Tom Fuentes traces the agency's current disarray to attorney general Jeff Sessions behaving like its 'absentee landlord.'
Net gain or loss?
Might all the worries about the death of Net Neutrality - be overblown? Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell argues it's not as bad as doomsayers believe.
Comment: This cannot be the new normal
The President's remarks at the FBI graduation - and the audience's reaction - reveal a troubling partisanship about intel and law enforcement communities.
Will America legalize recreational pot?
With California the latest to legalize, will the rest of America follow? Not so fast, says the author of a history of the battles over marijuana.
Tina Brown on #MeToo: 'Power can corrupt anybody'
Brown on #MeToo: "Power can corrupt anybody." On Batali's apology recipe:'should have been for'spotted dick' and women are unfairly 'stuck in the pipeline'
Tina Brown mocks Mario Batali apology
Tina Brown, the former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, mocks an apology by celebrity chef Mario Batali after he was accused of sexual misconduct.
Tina Brown on Trump's appeal - and that Hitler book
Editor Tina Brown on what Trump was like in the 80s and the time he threw a drink on her writer for reporting he had Hitler's speeches on his desk at Trump Tower.
BJ the Chicago Kid: How my city defines me
"Getting to know my city through me is hearing the church in my voice, to hearing the slang in my language ... That covers Chicago," BJ the Chicago Kid told CNN's #GetPolitical series.
BJ the Chicago Kid talks police brutality
"There still is a huge gap in the conviction rate of officers that kill innocent people, definitely black men, especially," BJ the Chicago Kid tells CNN's #GetPolitical.
Morning news briefing from CNN
Morning news briefing from CNN on Saturday, December 16.
WaPo: CDC gets list of forbidden words
The Trump administration is prohibiting the use of seven words and phrases in official CDC documents for next year's budget, according to the Washington Post.
Strong earthquake strikes Indonesia
CNN's Ivan Cabrera takes an in-depth look at the 6.5 magnitude earthquake that struck Indonesia.
Report: Billionaire, wife found dead in home
Toronto billionaire and philanthropist Barry Sherman and his wife were found dead in their mansion, CNN affiliate CTV reports.