Trump card: White House plays its hand in health care battle
To make a deal, you have to know when it's time to walk.
Khalid Masood: What we know about the London attacker
One day after a lone-attacker killed four people in London, there is still much we don't know about the man who carried out the deadliest terror attack seen in the British capital for more than a decade.
A barbarian cannot change Britain
A country as old and civilized as ours, with police who are crack professionals and a citizenry that springs to aid, won't be cowed by terrorists, writes Tim Stanley.
Is there something wrong with this White House photo?
Democrats, women's groups and liberals seized on a photo Thursday shared by Vice President Mike Pence of a meeting he attended with President Donald Trump and members of the House Freedom Caucus.
Which Republicans are opposing the Obamacare repeal bill?
The House Republican bill to repeal Obamacare hangs in a delicate balance as concerned GOP lawmakers publicly come out to express their opposition to the legislation.
The route and sequence of the Westminster attacks
Chaos and confusion reigned on a balmy spring afternoon in central London Wednesday, as a car barreled down a bridge, hitting pedestrians.
First on CNN: Secret Service employees expected to face discipline over WH fence jumper
At least six Secret Service employees are expected to face discipline over a security breach on March 10 in which a man gained entry to White House grounds, a Secret Service source told CNN Thursday.
Trump team ultimatum: No more talks, time to vote
Top White House officials descended on Capitol Hill Thursday night to personally deliver President Donald Trump's ultimatum to House Republicans: Negotiations on their health care bill are over, and the House will vote Friday.
More police to patrol London, which is still the 'safest global city,' mayor says
In a dramatic show of force one day after a deadly terror attack, police will fan out Thursday and into the weekend across London, the mayor said while insisting the English capital remains "the safest global city in the world."
Rick Perry: Texas A&M's student body election was 'stolen'
Rick Perry weighs in on Texas A&M's first openly gay student body president -- and, people are wondering why.
London mayor shuts down Trump Jr. tweet: I have more important things to do
A day after a terror attack in his city left four people dead and as many as 40 wounded, London Mayor Sadiq Khan says he has more important things to do than respond to a tweet from Donald Trump Jr.
Koh Samui Travel Guide
Koh Samui has beaches, restaurants, bars, day tripping. Thai insiders guide you to the best spots in this tropical paradise.
The emotional speech that could unite House Republicans
Republican Rep. Brian Mast, a veteran of the war in Afghanistan who lost both of his legs, recounted his own experience at the closed-door GOP conference meeting Thursday
Site of Jesus' tomb re-opens following painstaking restoration in Jerusalem
The burial chamber where Jesus Christ is believed to have been entombed reopens to the public following a meticulous nine-month restoration.
London attack: Assailant shot dead after 4 killed near Parliament
Four people were killed and scores injured when an attacker plowed a car through crowds in central London before attempting to storm the Houses of Parliament in what police believe was an act of Islamist-inspired terrorism.
GOP health care bill: Inside a district that could make or break the vote
When it comes to the fate of the GOP's health care bill, no district is more important than this swath of eastern Colorado.
San Francisco: Insider Travel Guide
San Francisco evokes images of the Golden Gate Bridge and fog-shrouded hills. Insiders guide you to the rest of their compact, glorious City by the Bay.
Los Angeles: Insider Travel Guide
It's show time! Insiders help you navigate Los Angles traffic and sprawl to make the most of the entertainment capital of the Western world.
Lawmakers demand information on Flynn's Russia ties
Republicans and Democrats are demanding more information about connections between President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn and several foreign entities -- including the Kremlin-backed media outlet RT.
Undocumented immigrant accused of raping classmate
News that one of the two Maryland high school students accused of raping a schoolmate was allegedly in the country unlawfully has caught the attention of the White House.
San Francisco cheap eats: Foodie clears the fog on where to go
In San Francisco, even over-the-counter food can cost you a lot. But classy cheap eats are still a thing -- from the Ferry Building to Fort Mason.
Ex-spies weigh in on Russian hacking allegations
CNN spoke to KGB and FBI agents about the Russia hacking allegations and how espionage has changed over the years.
Santiago: Insider Travel Guide
Travelers tend to bypass Santiago, Chile. They're missing out, but you shouldn't. Insiders give you tips on its food, wine, views and nonstop nightlife.
London victims: Police officer, teacher, American tourist killed
The four people killed in the London terror attack included a veteran policeman, a teacher and an American tourist.
Source: ICE is targeting 'sanctuary cities' with raids
Immigration and Customs Enforcement has been targeting so-called "sanctuary cities" with increased enforcement operations in an effort to pressure those jurisdictions to cooperate with federal immigration agents, a senior US immigration official with direct knowledge of ongoing ICE actions told CNN.
London attack: Khalid Masood named as perpetrator
Police investigating the deadliest terror attack to hit the UK in 12 years named the perpetrator Thursday as a 52-year-old British man, Khalid Masood.
Rio de Janeiro: Insider Travel Guide
Brazil's best-known city is the world's party capital. Insiders share where to get Rio's best food, drink and, of course, suntan.
São Paulo: Insider Travel Guide
São Paulo is the biggest city in Brazil and all of South America for that matter. Insiders call it "Sampa" -- find out the rest of their travel secrets.
Thousands of Trump University students file to get their money back
3,700 former students at Trump University filed claims to recover damages under a $25 million settlement reached with Trump days after the 2016 election.
Trump defends wild claims: 'I'm President, and you're not'
President Donald Trump defended some of the most controversial claims of his young political career in a wide-ranging interview with Time magazine published Thursday, in which he offered a simple and absolute defense of his method: