Losing GOP incumbent: Trump needs to check ego
Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) says President Trump was not helpful during the 2018 midterm elections, responding to Trump's claim that he lost his re-election bid because he did not embrace Trump's agenda.
Ricardel forced out of White House
Deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel is leaving her position and will remain in the administration, according to a White House statement.
This type of contestant bothers Alex Trebek
"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek reveals the type of contestant that bothers him.
Evening news briefing from CNN
Evening news briefing from CNN on Wednesday, November 14.
George Conway heads group against Trump
The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is among a new group of conservative lawyers that seeks to provide a "voice" to speak out in favor of principles that it feels are under attack in the Trump era. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
Looking ahead to golf's DP World Tour Championship
The European golf season concludes this week, with two players in contention for the 2018 Race to Dubai: Tommy Fleetwood and Francesco Molinari.
CNN10 - 11/15/18
Elections in Congress, the global ripple effects of oil prices, and the firefights taking place in California's hills are some of our topics this Thursday.
British PM Theresa May strikes Brexit deal with cabinet
CNN's Bianca Nobilo reports.
Flake issues threat unless Mueller protection bill gets a vote
The Lead political panel discusses.
Sketching the Slopes: The Artist Behind Ski Trail Maps
When you're strapping on your bindings and preparing to hit the slopes, you probably aren't focusing on the artistry that goes into ski maps. But for Jim Niehues, that's life. The ski map artist paints every tree, shadow and mountain peak on trail maps for some of the world's major ski resorts. Thirty years ago, Jim decided to start a career as a ski map artist. Now, nearly 200 maps later, he still loves guiding people down mountains.We caught up with Jim Niehues to see what he’s been up to lately. Read about his next adventure and the ski family that’s trying to capture it all. Support their campaign here.
Amazon HQ2: who really wins?
With New York and Virginia declared the winners of Amazon's headquarters search, CNN's Jon Sarlin looks at how good it really is to be the "winner."
Trump turns attention to prison reform
The Lead political panel discusses.
Potential Pittsburgh massacre copycat apprehended after family tip
A man who was friends on social media with the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter was arrested for a gun charge after his family reported his rise in racist rhetoric to FBI. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
Can resistance in Dem freshmen class result in Pelosi alternative?
The Lead political panel weighs in on resistance among freshmen democrats who don't want Nancy Pelosi as the next House Speaker.
Were U.S. troops sent to border for purely political reasons?
The panel weighs in on the border visit today by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and his comments that troops were there as a 'confidence builder'
Trump's migrant caravan warnings aside, what's going on at the border?
At the border today, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis described US troops as a 'confidence builder' for border agents. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Panelist on Melania's move: Wish Trumps could leave 'home business at home'
Trump falsely claims an ID is needed to buy cereal. The Lead political panel discusses.
Fire victims camp out in Walmart parking lot
A Walmart parking lot in Chico, CA has become a makeshift shelter for victims of the Camp Fire.
Trump's dark mood: 'He's pissed -- at damn near everyone'
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports from the White House.
Man who followed Pittsburgh suspect on social media arrested
A Washington man who followed the Pittsburgh synagogue suspect on social media was arrested on gun charges after his relatives reached out to authorities, federal court documents show. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
CNN Business Now
CNN's Paula Newton has the day's top business headlines on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018.
Germany's Real-Life Disney Castle
Perched atop a foresty hill in Bavaria, Germany, is a real-life fantasy castle. Commissioned by King Ludwig II in 1869, Neuschwanstein Castle has become a major part of our cultural history, even serving as inspiration for Walt Disney's "Sleeping Beauty." Adored by his people, Ludwig was nicknamed the "fairy-tale king" for his love of music, plays and fantasy. Ousted in 1886, he didn't quite have the fairy-tale ending one might expect. Regardless, the legacy he left through his castle has inspired the imaginations of countless generations.
Report released on Southwest passenger death
The National Transportation Safety Board reports that one of the 24 fan blades was missing from an engine that failed in a Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines flight, resulting in the death of one woman.
Flake won't vote to confirm judicial nominees
Retiring Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) said that he will not vote to confirm the Trump administration's judicial nominees on the Senate floor or advance them in the Senate Judiciary Committee if legislation to protect special counsel Robert Mueller does not receive a Senate floor vote.
Watch as refugee children see their first snow
Toronto resident Rebecca Davies posted an adorable video of two Eritrean refugees experiencing snow for the first time, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took notice.
Tapper: Trump voter fraud claim a 'fever dream'
CNN's Jake Tapper and Nia-Malika Henderson discuss President Trump's false claims of voter fraud in the 2018 midterm elections.
Trump blindsided by Melania's public rebuke
Chaos ensues in the White House after the first lady's office released a statement calling for deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel's ouster. CNN's Kaitlin Collins reports.
'Boy Erased' looks at gay 'conversion therapy'
Lucas Hedges stars in screenwriter/director Joel Edgerton's drama about the controversial practice, which is banned in 14 U.S. states and dozens of cities.
How to auction off Marie Antoinette's jewelry
CNN's Julia Chatterley talks with Sotheby's CEO, Tad Smith, about Marie Antoinette jewels and how Sotheby's appeals to their market.
High school wrestler hopes to honor Uncle's legacy
After losing his uncle to suicide, Shane Reitsma of Howell High School started and his organization called "Change the Statistics" to help prevent bullying in schools and help people who may be dealing with suicidal thoughts.