The Florida senator says Trump would make a 'huge political mistake' if he grants a pardon to his former campaign chairman
Sen. Marco Rubio said Sunday that he doesn't think President Donald Trump should grant a pardon to his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, calling such a move "a mistake."
CNN's SE Cupp sifts through the trio of court filings, two from the special counsel's office and one from the Southern District of New York, which suggest special counsel Robert Mueller has substantial evidence to back up his accusations.
President Donald Trump is dipping into his playbook of distraction and denial, but even his skills at weaving alternative narratives cannot disguise the growing threat he faces from special counsel Robert Mueller.
On Friday the Justice Department dropped some huge shoes in the Russia investigation. First a pair of memos from special prosecutor Robert Mueller and the Southern District of New York involving the criminal sentencing of Michael Cohen, President Trump's former lawyer and fixer. Then a filing on Paul Manafort's failed cooperation with the Mueller probe (it said he lied).
CNN's Jake Tapper presses Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) on potential repercussions for President Trump if it is proven that he directed Michael Cohen to commit crimes during the 2016 election.
Former Nixon White House lawyer John Dean said he thinks Congress will have "little choice" but to begin impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump following a Friday evening court filing involving Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen.
Robert De Niro returned to "Saturday Night Live" as White House special counsel Robert Mueller to check on President Trump's son Eric.
President Donald Trump lashed out at former FBI Director James Comey over testimony he gave to the House Judiciary and Oversight committees on Friday, accusing the former FBI chief, without evidence, of lying to lawmakers and questioning his inability to recall events related to certain questions.
The President's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, continued to have private conversations with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman following the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to The New York Times.
Sen. Marco Rubio pushed back against Trump administration claims that there's no direct link between the Saudi crown prince and the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying that "there is no way" Mohammed bin Salman wasn't aware of the killing and that he very likely ordered it.
If accusations that President Donald Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal hush payments to women who had alleged affairs with Trump prove to be true, Rep. Jerry Nadler said those actions would be impeachable offenses.
White House chief of staff John Kelly will be leaving his position at the end of the year, President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House on Saturday afternoon.
Gatherings of world leaders are often about the absence of substance. Several news cycles from now, few will remember what was discussed at the recent G20 summit in Buenos Aires.
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discusses with CNN's Brian Stelter whether the Republican Party will peel away from President Donald Trump as special counsel Robert Mueller's case closes in on Trump and those close to him.
Court filings on Friday regarding Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen reveal the ways in which the special counsel's investigation can endanger President Trump's future. Special Counsel Robert Mueller also revealed on Tuesday that former national security adviser Michael Flynn offered "substantial assistance" to the Russia investigation -- the same day Maryland and the District of Columbia issued subpoenas in their emoluments case against President Trump.
A winter storm tearing through the Southeast threatens to keep residents stuck at home with days of dangerous driving conditions, canceled flights and power outages.
A middle school teacher and former Miss Kentucky pageant winner has been arrested and charged with sending nude photographs of herself to a 15-year-old boy, authorities said.
Someone has been disseminating anti-Semitic pamphlets in Pittsburgh -- including in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood, site of a mass shooting that targeted Jews in October -- according to a statement from the city.
A California high school teacher has lost her job and is facing multiple criminal charges after cellphone video emerged showing her forcibly cutting a student's hair while belting out an incorrect rendition of the National Anthem.
Elon Musk wants electric vehicles to be successful — even if Tesla goes under trying.
NASA captured what wind sounds like on Mars, just a few days after its InSight lander touched down on the Red Planet.
The lawyer for two women who claim they were undocumented workers at Trump National Golf Club is calling for state and federal investigations into the Trump Organization's hiring practices.
An FBI agent was shot in Brooklyn on Saturday, according to a tweet from the bureau's office in New York.
A man in detention on unrelated charges has been arrested in the kidnapping and killing of 13-year-old Hania Aguilar, who was abducted last month outside her home in southeastern North Carolina.
NBA player Dwyane Wade and actress Gabrielle Union tell Oprah Winfrey about their struggles to conceive and the birth of their baby daughter.
An elderly woman was hospitalized after getting run over when she was chasing the man who appears to have stolen her purse. HLN's Elizabeth Prann reports.
New Zealand police searching for missing British backpacker Grace Millane say they have found a body, state broadcaster Radio New Zealand reported Sunday.
Surveillance video shows a Baskin-Robbins clerk fight back against a man wielding a knife.
The vice minister of the Chinese Foreign Ministry is summoning the Canadian ambassador to China to address the detention of a Huawei executive in Vancouver, describing it as "lawless" and "extremely vicious."
The United States is claiming that the chief financial officer of Chinese tech giant Huawei covered up violations of sanctions on Iran, according to Canadian prosecutors.
The arrest of a top Huawei executive raises the stakes in the intensifying battle between the United States and China for tech supremacy.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with President Trump's trade adviser Peter Navarro about the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Chinese tech giant Huawei Technologies.
The arrest of a top Huawei executive has roiled the business world and threatens to derail the tenuous trade truce between the United States and China.
Nashville Walmart shoppers received an early holiday gift thanks to Kid Rock.
Video captures the moment when an Emirates Boeing 777 performed a difficult landing due to high winds at Newcastle airport in the UK.
Jamaican dance hall reggae artist Mark Anthony Myrie -- popularly known as Buju Banton -- has been released from a federal prison in Georgia.
Othman Laraki's decision to test his DNA changed his life -- and his career.
The founders of Bombas sought to create a company that would solve one of the biggest problems homeless people face — a need for socks.
Christina Stembel used to think flowers were a waste of money. But when the economy spiraled into a recession, she started seeing things differently.
President Donald Trump is clearly worried. He pretends that information prosecutors provided in recent filings in the Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort cases "totally clears" him. But in reality, federal prosecutors in the Southern District of New York have outlined a convincing case that Trump directed Cohen to make illegal campaign payments to conceal his alleged affairs.
Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the President of the United States, modeled on the President's Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily.
In 1608, the German-Dutch lensmaker Hans Lippershey became the first person to apply for a patent for what we now call the telescope. By combining two lenses, he found that he could make distant objects appear closer than they are. While some lauded the invention for its military applications, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei turned the telescope to the heavens and opened a new eye on the cosmos. His observations overturned the existing astronomical beliefs of his time.
Jameela Jamil is on a mission to combat airbrushing, diet teas and other forms of image-based oppression, but not everyone is on board. The outspoken actor and presenter is best known for her role as the aggravatingly perfect, name-dropping former activist Tahani on NBC's "The Good Place."
In the olden days of presidential appointments and nominations, the focus was justifiably on the nominees -- their background, what their policy positions said about the role they would play in an administration and whether or not they would get confirmed.
Faced with new court filings by special counsel Robert Mueller, who is investigating his ties to Russia and other matters, our Distractor-in-Chief began Friday with a burst a tweets and two big nominations. As President Donald Trump proposed William Barr for attorney general and Heather Nauert for ambassador to the United Nations, he seemed intent on capturing our attention. It didn't work.
As President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence prepared to gather for their weekly lunch in August 2017, the President told his staff to add two more plates.
Former FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers in a closed-door meeting on Friday that he didn't believe firing Robert Mueller alone would derail the investigations that have been launched since he was appointed special counsel last year.
In an interview with Jake Tapper, Republican Senator Marco Rubio discusses Chief of Staff John Kelly leaving the White House
Phone calls remain an important part of communication for President Trump, in this week's State of the Cartoonian, Jake Tapper imagines what that looks like.
President Donald Trump has been talking a lot about the death penalty recently.