Caught skateboarding at Parkland school, gunman's brother held on $500,000 bond on trespassing charge
A Florida judge sets bond at $500,000 for Zachary Cruz, the younger brother of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz, for a misdemeanor trespassing charge.
Where in the world is Mark Zuckerberg? Frustrated Facebook execs are asking
Frustration is brewing at top levels inside Facebook over what has become a pattern during the controversies that have bedeviled the company recently: The public silence of co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
McConnell strongly defends Mueller, criticizes Trump for calling Putin
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell forcefully defended Robert Mueller on Tuesday, saying the special counsel should be allowed to finish his investigation and that legislation was "not necessary" to protect him against the threat of being fired by President Donald Trump.
Stormy Daniels polygraph report released
Stormy Daniels was "truthful about having unprotected vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump in July 2006," according to a polygraph test report from 2011.
California rain forecast prompts mandatory evacuations
Santa Barbara County officials issued a mandatory evacuation order for high-risk debris flow areas ahead of the strongest storm of the season for Southern California.
Former Playboy model who alleges affair with Trump sues company that didn't publish her story
A former Playboy model who allegedly had a 10-month affair with President Donald Trump is suing the company that kept her original account from publication.
Lone resource officer's quick action stopped the Maryland school shooter within seconds
Blaine Gaskill was instrumental in bringing the tragic incident at Great Mills High School to a quick end.
2nd suspicious package found at FedEx after blast
A package that exploded early Tuesday at a FedEx sorting center near San Antonio was not the only parcel there that investigators believe contained an explosive device, San Antonio police Chief Bill McManus said.
Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO Alexander Nix
Cambridge Analytica, the embattled data analytics company best known for its work on President Donald Trump's campaign, has suspended its CEO Alexander Nix in the wake of undercover reports showing him discussing potential bribery and entrapment.
Maryland school officer stops armed student who shot 2 others
A 17-year-old male student shot two other students at Great Mills High School in Maryland on Tuesday morning before a school resource officer engaged him and stopped the threat, according to St. Mary's County Sheriff Tim Cameron.
Regulators, lawmakers up pressure on Facebook over user data and privacy
Facebook is facing new pressure from the Federal Trade Commission.
KB Toys aims to fill the void of Toys 'R' Us
Strategic Marks, the company that bought the defunct KB Toys brand in 2016, plans to open 1,000 toy stores in shopping malls by Halloween.
Music superstars will stand with students at March for Our Lives
The students taking part in March for Our Lives in Washington D.C. later this month are going to have some superstar singers by their sides.
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Ex-Solicitor General Olson will not join Trump legal team
Former Solicitor General Ted Olson will not join President Donald Trump's legal team, a partner of Olson's legal firm said Tuesday.
Trump congratulates Putin on winning reelection, gets slammed by McCain
President Donald Trump said Tuesday he congratulated Russian President Vladimir Putin for winning reelection earlier this month, provoking a strong rebuke from GOP Sen. John McCain.
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Former GOP White House official: Evangelicals' mulligan defense of Trump is 'complete hypocrisy'
He served under Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, and George W. Bush, but under Donald Trump's presidency, Peter Wehner says things are different.
Defamation case against Trump to move forward
A defamation case brought by a former "Apprentice" contestant against President Donald Trump will move forward after a New York judge on Tuesday denied a defense motion for a dismissal or for a continuance of the case until he leaves office.
Trump's opioid plan to kill drug dealers is about vengeance, not solutions
Donald Trump's plan to solve the opioid crisis focuses too much on vengeance -- including the death penalty for major drug traffickers -- rather than measures that would truly help, Ford Vox says.
Inspiring photo of Afghan woman taking university exam while nursing child goes viral
People are raising funds for an Afghan woman photographed tending her child while taking a university entrance exam.
Pro-Syrian regime forces building up near US troops in Syria
The US-led coalition fighting ISIS has observed pro-Syrian regime forces once again conducting a slow build-up east of the Euphrates River near where US troops are present advising local allies, according to multiple US and coalition officials.
Facebook's data crisis deepens as questions mount
More revelations are expected about Cambridge Analytica and investors are keeping up the pressure.
Selena Gomez is happy and healthy; thanks for asking
Selena Gomez has a message for the trolls who insist on having an opinion on her vacation pictures: give it up.
CNN's Jake Tapper to interview James Comey
CNN's Jake Tapper will interview former FBI Director James Comey on April 19, the network announced Tuesday.
Wreck of sunken US WWII warship discovered in Pacific
Wreckage from the USS Juneau -- a World War II cruiser sunk by a Japanese torpedo in 1942 -- has been discovered by a team of explorers led by billionaire Paul Allen on the floor of the South Pacific off the coast of the Solomon Islands, the Microsoft co-founder announced on Monday.
'Black Panther' is the most tweeted about movie ever
"Black Panther," the Disney and Marvel Studios blockbuster, has brought in more than 35 million tweets, according to Twitter.
NRA rips Florida GOP house speaker over gun control law
The National Rifle Association is criticizing Florida's Republican House Speaker Richard Corcoran for his comments lauding the passage of gun control legislation and accusing him of "betrayal."
Democratic Rep to DeVos: Your 'head is in the sand' on race issues in schools
California Rep. Barbara Lee said Tuesday that Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' "head is in the sand" regarding racial bias and discrimination in the nation's schools, as she pressed DeVos for more details about the Education Department's moves to delay or roll back several Obama-era regulations.