Source: Pilots trained on Boeing 737 Max in 2.5-hour course
CNN's Drew Griffin reports on Boeing and its troubled 737 Max, which is the type of plane at the center of two deadly crashes.
Trump quiet after Mueller probe ends
Exclusive CNN video shows President Trump golfing in Florida one day after special counsel Robert Mueller wrapped his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Cupp: Opponents salivated over Mueller report for 2 years
CNN's SE Cupp says that opponents of President Trump set expectations too high for special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
Dems warn of subpoenas to obtain Muller report
House Democrats renewed their demands for full transparency of the Muller report and underlying evidence during a conference call, according to people on the call.
Robert Kraft issues apology after solicitation charges
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft publicly broke his silence for the first time since charges of soliciting prostitution were brought against him in Florida.
Rescue official describes evacuation challenges
Borghild Eldoen with the Joint Rescue Centre for Southern Norway describes the rescue efforts to evacuate 1,300 passengers from a cruise ship off the coast.
Watch this leukemia survivor meet her lifesaving donor
Three years after receiving an anonymous bone marrow transplant, Beth Wilson finally met the woman who saved her life
Video shows cruise ship evacuation by helicopters
A cruise ship with engine problems is being evacuated by helicopter off the coast of Norway.
Parkland school shooting survivor dies by suicide
Sydney Aiello, who survived the 2018 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, killed herself, people close to the family told CNN.
Smerconish: Robert Mueller deserves our gratitude
CNN's Michael Smerconish takes a look at special counsel Robert Mueller's career and two-year investigation into Russian election interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Mueller: The most private public figure in Washington
CNN's Gloria Borger takes a comprehensive look into perhaps the most private public figure in Washington, Special counsel Robert Mueller.
Massive crowds march against Brexit in London
Large crowds march in London demanding a second Brexit referendum. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.
50 days. How the caliphate fell, and what's next for ISIS
For 50 days, CNN's Ben Wedeman waited in Eastern Syria for the ISIS caliphate to fall. In that time, President Trump declared the caliphate defeated several times. What took so long? And what's next for ISIS?
Priest released from hospital after televised stabbing
An elderly rector of a church in Canada thanked supporters while leaving a hospital, after a man stabbed him during a televised Mass.
Trump holds off on new North Korea sanctions
Pres. Trump said he rescinded new sanctions on North Korea, although it was not clear which new sanctions he meant. Brian Todd reports.
Coons on end of Mueller Probe and Isis Caliphate
Senator Chris Coons on what should happen now that Robert Mueller has completed the Russia Probe, and the news that the SDF ended ISIS's base in Syria.
Honig: Post-Mueller Report, multi-front battle looms
Elie Honig says the end of the Mueller probe does not necessarily mean the end of legal troubles for people in the Trump orbit.
Comment: Thank you, Robert Mueller
While Mueller didn't indict anyone for conspiracy or obstruction, he methodically exposed how a hostile nation tried to disrupt our elections.
What happens to ISIS now?
After weeks fighting in Eastern Syria, the Syrian Democratic Forces have declared the end of ISIS as a territorial entity in Iraq and Syria. But, there are fears ISIS will retreat into a "virtual caliphate" from where it will attempt to inspire more attacks. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Morning news briefing from CNN
Morning news briefing from CNN on Saturday, March 23.
Buy this isle in Sicily from $1.1million
Isola delle Femmine is in the heart of a scuba diving and snorkeling mecca off the coat of Sicily. It could be yours from $1.1million.
Cooper: King, yet again, relied on racist stereotypes
CNN's Anderson Cooper calls out Rep. Steve King for his comments about New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina at a town hall in his district in Iowa.
SDF: ISIS loses final territory in Syria
ISIS has lost its final stronghold in Syria, the Syrian Democratic Forces announced, bringing an end to the so-called caliphate declared by the terrorist group in 2014.
Simone Biles says 2020 Olympics will be her last
Gold medalist Simone Biles recently stated, "I definitely plan for the Tokyo Olympics to be my last." CNN's Patrick Snell reports.
Family attorney reacts to not guilty verdict
A jury found former East Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Rosfeld not guilty of all charges in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Antwon Rose II, Allegheny County District Attorney spokesman Mike Manko said. Lee Merritt, the attorney for Rose's family, responds to the verdict.
Caputo: Mueller investigation like a proctology exam
Former Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo reacts to special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation ending, saying it has been "like a long, two-year proctology exam."
Priest stabbed while leading televised Mass in Montreal
While shocked parishioners and a television audience watched, a man stabbed the elderly rector of St. Joseph's Oratory at Mount Royal, Canada's biggest church, as he led Mass on Friday morning, Montreal police said.
CNN Young Wonder: Liam Hannon
Liam Hannon, 12, spreads kindness and care to people experiencing homelessness. Through Liam's Lunches of Love, he makes and delivers homemade meals and positive messages.
Young Wonders: Where are they now?
CNN Heroes catches up with six Young Wonders from past years to see how they -- and their efforts -- have grown.
CNN Young Wonders: Melati and Isabel Wijsen
Teen sisters Melati and Isabel Wijsen created Bye Bye Plastic Bags, a youth movement to help their home island of Bali become plastic bag-free.