GOP tax plan: The bill is set. Rubio back to yes. What happens next?
Republicans have finished writing the final version of their tax bill, clearing the way for a floor vote that leaders say they are optimistic will pass -- and at least one key Senate vote has gone from "no" to "yes."
House Ethics Committee launches investigation into Nevada Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen
Democratic Rep. Ruben Kihuen is being investigated by the House Ethics Committee following allegations of sexual misconduct from two women.
6.5 magnitude earthquake strikes Indonesia
A 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit western Indonesia on Friday, according to the US Geological Survey.
What happened when a Klansman met a black man in Charlottesville
Blues musician Daryl Davis has made it his mission to talk to the KKK, but for some in Charlottesville, there's no room for outreach after the death of Heather Heyer.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to wed on May 19, 2018
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will get married on May 19, 2018 at Windsor Castle, Kensington Palace announced Friday.
Mom, Pop -- you're the losers in this tax plan
With the GOP's proposed shift from a worldwide to territorial tax system, it won't be small businesses who benefit, says CPA Anne Zimmerman.
'Great American Baking Show' pulled amid Johnny Iuzzini allegations
ABC has pulled "The Great American Baking Show" after one of the show's judges was accused of sexual misconduct.
John McCain described as increasingly frail, Senate sources say
Sources in the Senate tell CNN they have been worried about Sen. John McCain recently, following a week when the Arizona Republican was kept from the Senate to address side effects from his brain cancer treatment.
These states could be the next Alabama
Could the next Roy Moore be awaiting Republicans in Arizona or Nevada?
Grand jury slams Penn State for ignoring reports on dangerous hazing
A scathing grand jury report released Friday described alcohol-fueled fraternity hazing at Penn State University and said the rituals were a pervasive and dangerous practice that the university has been apathetic to and failed to prevent for years.
Experience the 'Rain of Light' at the Louvre Abu Dhabi
The Louvre Abu Dhabi, with its iconic dome, is set to join the ranks of the world's grandest museums. Explore the whimsical architecture of this brand new institution.
Dustin Hoffman accused of sexual assault
Dustin Hoffman is facing more allegations of sexual misconduct.
What Joe Biden's Anita Hill apology tells us about his 2020 plans
The biggest tell to date of Joe Biden's 2020 plans came this week, when he apologized to Anita Hill.
Senate Intel to interview Justice Dept. official with Fusion GPS ties
A Justice Department official with ties to Fusion GPS, the opposition research firm behind the controversial Trump dossier, is expected to be interviewed Monday by the Senate Intelligence Committee, according to a source with knowledge of the interview.
2018 will be the year of women
After a turbulent year fending off efforts to diminish our power and silence our voices, women are harnessing their outrage, writes Marianne Schnall--newly energized, politically engaged and more resolute than ever. In the new year, women will demand real change.
Inside Nigeria's million dollar wedding industry
The Nigerian wedding industry is considered one of the fastest growing industries in Africa, creating thousands of much-needed jobs.
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A megawatt Christmas in Dyker Heights
Go on a tour of the extravagant Dyker Heights Christmas lights displays, which attracts visitors from all around the world to the ordinarily sleepy Brooklyn neighborhood.
'The Simpsons' remain our psychics
How in the world does "The Simpsons" keep accurately predicting the future?
Trump to propose ending rule allowing spouses of H-1B holders to work in U.S.
The Trump administration will propose revoking a rule that makes spouses of thousands of immigrant workers eligible to work while in the U.S., potentially complicating a major driver of technology jobs.
These are the fraternity pledges who have died this year
In the 10 months since Timothy Piazza's death at Penn State, at least three other fraternity pledges have died at campuses across the country. Hazing or alcohol is suspected to have played a factor in each of them.
Melania Trump's star continues to rise
First lady Melania Trump's popularity continues to climb, according to a new poll out Friday.
Twitter is soaring as takeover talk resurfaces
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein tweeted a picture of himself with Jack Dorsey at Twitter's headquarters, leading to new M&A chatter. Disney's Fox deal has people wondering about how Twitter fits into the broader media landscape too.
The Emerald Coast: Nicaragua's hidden jewel
Nicaragua is emerging as the new eco-travel darling of Central America. Visit the Emerald Coast along the Pacific and you'll see why.
'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' has second biggest Thursday opening ever
Box office numbers for Episode VIII is second only to its prequel, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," which made $57 million when it opened in 2015.
Travelocity ranks top travel destinations booked this month
Travel destinations you won't want to miss out on booking before the new year. Travelocity has released vacation package deals in places like Orlando, New York City, Cancun, Paris and more.
Exclusive: US troops and Syrian forces battle ISIS near key base
US military advisers and their local Syrian partners killed 21 ISIS terrorists and captured 17 more during a battle near a key strategic base Tuesday, two US military officials told CNN.
Tillerson: 'North Korea must earn its way back to the table'
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told the UN Security Council on Friday that North Korea must cease all threatening behavior before talks with the US can begin, omitting to mention his earlier offer of talks without preconditions.
Quickly catch up on the day's news: Friday, December 15
Here's what you might have missed on CNN.
Albright, Price: It's time for Congress to override Trump's foreign policy powers
It is an Article I moment, write Madeleine Albright and David E. Price. With the President consistently falling short of the mature judgement and discerning decision-making required of the leader of the free world, Congress has no choice but to respond and compensate.