Trump says he's expecting to be sued over his declaration that secures funding to address what he calls an invasion at the southern border
President Donald Trump said Friday he will sign a national emergency declaration to address the situation on the southern border, while claiming that his actions are consistent with those of his predecessors.
President Donald Trump says he's expecting to be sued over his national emergency declaration to fund his border wall.
Democrats on Capitol Hill were quick to denounce President Donald Trump's announcement on Friday that he is signing a national emergency declaration over a border wall -- and promised to fight back against the executive action.
Republicans might be resorting a lot more often to prayer -- the new strategy several senators have adopted for dealing with their capricious President -- because of the forces unleashed by the latest fraught moment of the Trump era.
President Trump gets contentious with CNN's Jim Acosta and another reporter during a press conference in which he declared a national emergency.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld said he's launching a presidential exploratory committee to run in 2020 as a Republican.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to the Supreme Court Friday to participate in the regular closed-door conference meeting among the nine justices, the court announced.
Presidents Day weekend 2019 is beginning with the spectacle of a commander in chief who is concocting a "national emergency" to try to usurp Congress' constitutional power to decide how the government should spend its money. And yet this is the weekend we remember George Washington and how he was the first to demonstrate what presidential greatness really looks like.
After it was announced that President Trump would likely declare a national emergency to allocate more funding to a border wall, lawmakers from both parties have criticized using his presidential power in this context.
Prosecutors on special counsel Robert Mueller's team intend to file a sentencing recommendation in the Paul Manafort case Friday.
Speaking in 2014, Vice President Mike Pence, then the Governor of Indiana, criticized the prospect of President Obama using an executive order to bypass Congress.
This has been a busy week at the moral outrage salad bar.
The results are in! And Donald Trump is in "very good health overall."
In 1991, Kim Sin-yeol and her husband made the unusual decision to move to a lonely outcrop of islands at the heart of a long-standing territorial dispute between Japan and South Korea.
A strong storm system drenched some areas in California with snow and heavy rains as forecasters warned of mudslides and debris flows in areas ravaged by wildfires.
Current and former employees of an Ohio nursing facility are accused of mistreating two patients in their care, including one who died as a result of the nurses' actions, Attorney General Dave Yost said Thursday.
Vogue Brazil style's director Donata Meirelles has stepped down after photography from her 50th birthday party and dinner were criticized for their colonial references to slavery.
Last Monday, Travis Kauffman went for a run near Fort Collins, Colorado. Little did he know his workout would include suffocating a mountain lion.
In its dying days, ISIS' fight to the bitter end has been captured in exclusive footage obtained by CNN. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports on the counter-attack the terrorist group has launched in eastern Syria.
Prosecutors investigating R. Kelly are looking into a newly surfaced video featuring the R&B; superstar, lawyer Michael Avenatti told CNN.
Early in his salacious new book about homosexuality in the Vatican, the French journalist Frederic Martel asks a source to estimate the number of Vatican clergy who are "part of this community, all tendencies included."
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has sold its entire $2 billion stake in Oracle after holding the investment for just one quarter.
Royal Dutch Shell is making a bet on home battery storage as it tries to boost its sustainable energy business.
Coca-Cola issued a disappointing forecast of 4% growth in 2019 due to the global economic slowdown, a strong dollar and political uncertainty.
A California card collector scored big when he nabbed an ultra-rare Babe Ruth card at a shop for just two dollars.
CNN's Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon share a message on Valentine's Day after the House and Senate approved a spending deal to avert a government shutdown.
More bad news for diet soda lovers: Drinking two or more of any kind of artificially sweetened drinks a day is linked to an increased risk of clot-based strokes, heart attacks and early death in women over 50, according to a new study by the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association.
Actress-comedian Mo'Nique had a tense exchange with talk show host Steve Harvey over her claim that she has been blackballed by Hollywood since her 2010 Oscar win for her role in "Precious."
Amazon doesn't fail very often.
Amazon's sudden decision to cancel its HQ2 plans for Long Island City has dealt a big blow to the area's real estate agents, who were seeing an influx of eager buyers to the area.
It was Democrats who brought Amazon to New York City, and it was Democrats who chased it away.
Amazon is the world's largest online retailer, but it's much more than just Amazon.com.
The double-decker A380 was loved by passengers, aviation enthusiasts and executives at Airbus. But the world's largest commercial plane never won over the group that really mattered: airlines.
Airbus will stop making the A380, pulling the plug on its iconic superjumbo jet that once promised to revolutionize commercial air travel but failed to deliver on outsized expectations.
Airbus has announced it is discontinuing production of the world's largest commercial passenger airplane. But there are still plenty of opportunities to fly in an A380 before they go.
Ayesha Durgahee visits Airbus HQ in Toulouse, where aircrafts are assembled before being shipped off to their buyers.
Nobody who sold you that instant oatmeal, jar of multivitamins, bar of soap, perfume-free laundry detergent, latest best-seller, NASCAR tickets or whatever Gwyneth Paltrow sells on her website will come after you to make sure you used your purchases.
Two alligators with leathery orange skin are raising eyebrows in a community in South Carolina.
A satellite has successfully test fired a harpoon into space to capture dangerous space debris.
It appears Valentine's Day was a good one for Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom.
Take a look at 28 photos of the week from February 8 through February 14.
The US-led offensive against Chinese tech firm Huawei is creating big problems for mobile operators as they start building the next generation of wireless networks.
Having a 9-to-5 job doesn't always mean sitting behind a desk.
The University of Southern California, a stone's throw from Hollywood, has mastered the art of illusion.
The Trump administration is framing the necessity of a southern border wall, in part, as a response to a national security emergency involving terrorists. This is a barrel of bunkum and balderdash served with generous helpings of hogwash.
The nation got its first chance to digest the details of the Green New Deal when Democrats proposed a nonbinding congressional resolution last week. Reading the 14-page document feels a bit like scanning a multipage menu in search of a satisfying meal. If you are a progressive, you feel overwhelmed by all there is to savor, and if you are a conservative, you struggle to find something you can stomach.
The FBI is back in the middle of a political storm, with a new tell-all book by fired deputy director Andrew McCabe. According to an interview with CBS "60 Minutes," the former lawman reveals in his book that discussions were underway at the Justice Department to possibly recruit cabinet officials and invoke the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump after he terminated then-FBI director James Comey.
In the middle of a global measles outbreak, the wife of White House communications chief Bill Shine, Darla Shine, is boosting the dangerous anti-vaccine movement. After falsely tweeting that the measles vaccine won't confer lifelong immunity, she boldly declared, "Bring back our #ChildhoodDiseases they keep you healthy & fight cancer."
It's been two weeks since Jussie Smollett says he was attacked in a Chicago neighborhood and a lot has occurred thus far.
In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King.
HBO has "Watchmen" coming, but in terms of dysfunction super-teams, it's about to have plenty of company.
Spike Lee's late grandmother, Zimmie Reatha Shelton, was an art teacher for 50 years in the state of Georgia.
Some of your favorite comedy stars and "Saturday Night Live" cast members have donned blackface and escaped major criticism for it.