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GOP senator says if Trump fires the special prosecutor, it will be 'the beginning of the end of his presidency'
Sen. Lindsey Graham gave a stern warning Sunday to President Donald Trump against firing special counsel Robert Mueller.
President Donald Trump started his Sunday morning by lashing out at special counsel Robert Mueller's team, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, and former FBI Director James Comey.
Investigative journalist Michael Isikoff discusses Trump's reaction to the firing of former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe was hours away from retiring and receiving full benefits. Now multiple Democrats are offering McCabe a job and say he could get his pension by working a few more days for the federal government.
Watergate had the Saturday Night Massacre. Now, this generation's White House scandal has its own iconic moment — the Saturday Morning Meltdown.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Saturday that her office is opening an investigation into Facebook and the data firm Cambridge Analytica, which has ties to the Trump campaign.
Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, a chief GOP critic of President Donald Trump, said Sunday he expects pushback from his colleagues over Trump's increased attacks on special counsel Robert Mueller.
Republican Sen. Rand Paul said on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday that he would take all necessary steps to oppose President Donald Trump's nominees for secretary of state and CIA director.
National Democrats have turned to the centrist members of their party to reach far, wide and early to identify and bolster candidates beyond their urban strongholds.
The lawyer representing the adult film star Stormy Daniels alleges that some of the accusations she's making against President Donald Trump occurred while Trump was in office.
CNN's Randi Kaye takes a look at how first lady Melania Trump keeps a low profile after porn star Stomy Daniels' claims of an alleged sexual encounter with President Trump.
John Goodman and Bill Hader made appearances on "Saturday Night Live" to poke fun at notable firings from the Trump administration.
Nearly two weeks after a 16-year-old Pennsylvania girl vanished with a 45-year-old man, the pair was found Saturday in Mexico and the man was arrested, authorities say.
Homeland Security officials say that Russia tried to penetrate the US energy power grid, and left tracks to show its hackers had the ability to shut down the grid, but didn't. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
The Israeli military destroyed a Hamas tunnel in southern Gaza on Sunday morning and struck an underground "military complex" in central Gaza, Israel Defence Forces (IDF) spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus said.
Two days before a bridge crumbled in Miami, killing six people, an engineer for the company that designed it called a Florida Department of Transportation employee, warning of "some cracking."
One Powerball ticket sold in Pennsylvania has matched all six numbers.
Russians began voting Sunday in a presidential election widely expected to cement President Vladimir Putin's power for another six years.
At least 14 people were injured Saturday when a deck collapsed in Savannah, Georgia, the city's fire department said on Twitter.
Prince Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle required approval by the Archbishop and Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, in part because Markle is divorced. CNN's Max Foster explains the Royal protocol.
Deputy Police Chief Jeff Glazier met Ebony Rhodes, a homeless single mother of four, while she and her family were living out of a small car. He then helped them find a home. CNN's Victor Blackwell reports.
In an interview with CNN's Coy Wire, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly opens up about his third cancer diagnosis.
How the Kennedy family has endured two assassinations, deadly plane and car crashes, criminal accusations and other scandals.
JFK Jr. and Caroline Kennedy enjoy playtime with their parents at the White House in the 1960s. "American Dynasties: The Kennedys" airs every Sunday at 9p ET
President John F. Kennedy visited Texas for a 2-day, 5-city tour campaign for his re-election before being assassinated in Dallas. "American Dynasties: The Kennedys" airs every Sunday at 9p ET
To learn more about how popes have influenced world events through the ages, watch the new CNN Original Series, "Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History," Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
When Pope Benedict XVI resigned the papacy in 2013, he became the first pontiff in nearly 600 years to step down. Watch a new episode of "Pope: The Most Powerful Man in History," Sunday at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Go inside the Vatican to reveal how popes have used their power to shape the course of world history.
Your stamina -- or the time it takes for you to reach peak exhaustion during exercise -- can be tied to your dementia risk, and a new study reveals how.
There is an arrow hidden in the FedEx logo. (If you've never noticed, go take a look, and prepare to be blown away.)
The established players in the global automotive industry like to call them "disruptors." They're the new kids on the block -- fresh money, bold ideas, an empowering lack of legacy to hold them back. And that makes them dangerous to the regulars, but plain exciting to everyone else.
Several people were injured after a ski lift in Georgia malfunctioned and started going rapidly in reverse.
Stormy Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, has a talent for stirring the publicity pot relating to his controversial porn star client. He dropped his latest morsels Friday during a drive-by of CNN and MSNBC's morning shows. In an interview with Chris Cuomo of CNN's "New Day," he said six additional women had come forward alleging sexual relationships with President Donald Trump and that his office was in the "early stages of vetting those stories." Avenatti also claimed two of the women have nondisclosure agreements.
As the news arrived Friday night that former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had been fired by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, I felt a visceral numbness. The announcement had certainly been anticipated. Nonetheless, the expected blow still stunned the senses.
Mr Trump said it was dominated by "hardened Democrats" and supporters of Hillary Clinton.
Turkish-backed forces wave flags and remove a Kurdish statue after seizing the centre of Afrin.
The UK foreign secretary also dismisses claims the substance may have come from a UK laboratory.
Vladimir Putin seeks another six-year term, facing off against seven other candidates.
Trump's son-in-law prefers staying in the background - what influence does he have on the president?
Rival clans agree on "life for a life" deal to end a cycle of revenge killings and vendettas.
The measure was in place earlier this month to stop violent attacks against Muslims by Buddhist
Mariam Moustafa, who died on Wednesday, was an Egyptian national who was born in Rome.
The former Brazil star and 1994 World Cup winner is running for governor in the troubled Rio state.
A 21-year-old man is arrested after 13 people suffered injuries including broken bones.
Police have said they are "extremely concerned" about the baby's mother's welfare.
The musicians hope to show that disabled people can and should be more involved in classical music.
A study finds men with low sperm counts are more likely to have health issues that put them at risk.
Used for gathering data near a massive glacier, the buoy had last transmitted information in 2015.
Colourful scenes as Russians vote in a presidential election Vladimir Putin is expected to win.
The Ikorodu Kids are a dance troupe from Nigeria who are getting rave reviews from celebrities.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "just for one day".
Piles of rubbish collected by local guides are being shipped to the capital for recycling.
Apricot, cherry and azalea blossom create a stunning landscape in south-west China.
UFC star Paige Vanzant tells Newsbeat the extreme measures she took to reduce her weight.
This former infantry soldier left the British Army to pursue his passion for fashion and is now a designer in London.
In Qatar, over 70% of the population is overweight or obese.
In Kazakhstan, victims say relatives and police tell them to stay silent or "leave it with Allah".
Toty Sa'Med can't say more than a few words in Kimbundu but is writing songs in the Angolan language.
Millie Dunn Veasey, who has died aged 100, was in World War Two's only all-female, all-black unit.
Russia has expelled 23 British diplomats. But what happens when you're asked to leave a country?
Theresa May was asked how reliant the UK is on gas from Russia. Who is producing the country's supplies?
Why online "influencers" want to develop their businesses off social media as well as on.
Students from the school where 17 died in a gun attack say arming teachers would add to the danger.
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the enclave, medical staff describe working in "hell on earth".
Southampton reach the FA Cup semi-finals with victory over League One promotion contenders Wigan in Mark Hughes' first game in charge.
Britain's Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe win gold in the women's visually-impaired slalom at the Winter Paralympics.
England's players must be rested by their clubs as "they looked out on their feet" in the Six Nations, says Sir Clive Woodward.
Mark Hughes says Southampton's victory over Wigan is "a statement of intent" as they reach the FA Cup semi-finals in his first game in charge.
Leaders Celtic are held to a draw by battling Motherwell despite the home side having Cedric Kipre sent off before half-time.
There have been players more reliable and better liked by team-mates than Kevin Pietersen but, says Tom Fordyce, very few have dazzled and dominated as he did.
Here's some stories you may have missed this week.
When Noah's mother was diagnosed with cancer, he came up with an idea to express his grief. Now his idea is being made into a book.
A Pakistani designer who made a board game mocking arranged marriage says the media mistook her real intentions.
Why one disabled BBC journalist has found the reporting of Stephen Hawking's death troubling.
Critics say "crunch time", an intense burst of work just before a game is released, can be dangerous.
US and British lawmakers demand answers from Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg - Washington Post
Two days before the collapse, the Florida Department of Transportation received a voicemail from one of the bridge’s engineers alerting to “some cracking,” though the engineer said it didn’t appear to be a safety issue.
Israeli forces on Sunday knocked out a tunnel in the Gaza Strip dug by Hamas militants to mount cross-border attacks, the military said. The tunnel had been cut off during the 2014 Gaza war and Hamas had tried to put it back into operation, a military spokesman said. It had been dug inside the Hamas-ruled enclave several hundred meters away from Israel's border fence.
Cambridge Analytica was able to access user data through a paid personality survey app, which company insider Christopher Wylie told ITN Channel 4 News was used to influence and wage a “culture war” by Steve Bannon during the 2016 election.
The move is latest in a growing feud between Russia and the United Kingdom after the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter — with Prime Minister Theresa May saying there is “no alternative conclusion” than Russia being responsible.
A former Iranian vice president and chief-of-staff of hardline ex-president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was arrested on Saturday, the website of the Tehran prosecutor said. Esfandiar "Rahim Mashaie was arrested and is in detention," it said, without specifying the reason why he was held. Mashaie served as first vice president in 2009 at the start of Ahmadinejad's contested second term in office.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Gina Haspel's long spy career is so shrouded in mystery that senators want documents declassified so they can decide if her role at a CIA black site should prevent her from directing the agency.
The Pregnancy Care Clinic in the Southern California city of El Cajon offers a host of services for pregnant women including ultrasound exams, prenatal vitamins and maternity clothes. There is one major exception: abortion. Now the clinic, which staunchly opposes abortion, is among of a group of Christian-based facilities, known as crisis pregnancy centers, involved in a major case that goes before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday.
Homicide detectives opened an investigation on Friday into the collapse of a new footbridge that killed at least six people at Miami’s Florida International University (FIU), as questions began to swirl about the companies behind the structure’s controversial design and construction. Juan Perez, the director of Miami-Dade police department, said criminal charges were possible once exhaustive inquiries by his detectives and state and federal authorities were complete.
NEW YORK (AP) — Federal regulators, spurred by a deadly helicopter crash into a river, ordered a temporary nationwide ban on open-door flights that have tight seat restraints that could trap people during emergencies.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Attorneys for a Mexican man acquitted of murder in a San Francisco shooting that helped fuel the U.S. immigration debate are pressing for documents to help them argue that his U.S. gun charges are vindictive.
By Ben Blanchard BEIJING (Reuters) - China's largely rubber-stamp parliament on Sunday appointed a senior graft-buster as head of the country's controversial new anti-corruption body, though real power will remain as always with the ruling Communist Party. President Xi Jinping has waged war on deep-rooted corruption since assuming office more than five years ago, locking up dozens of senior officials, including the fearsome domestic security chief, Zhou Yongkang. Supervision Minister Yang Xiaodu, who is also a deputy head of the party's own graft-fighting Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), was elected head of the National Supervision Commission, which will have a wide remit.
Academy 'launches sexual harassment investigation into its president John Bailey' days after the Oscars
The head of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is reportedly under investigation for sexual harassment. The academy, which oversees the Oscars, is responding to multiple allegations against president John Bailey, according to reports in the Hollywood Reporter and Variety. In a statement, the Academy said it “treats any complaints confidentially to protect all parties”.
The chief engineer of a Florida bridge project warned authorities of cracking in the structure days before it collapsed, killing at least six people, the southern US state's department of transportation said Friday. Chief engineer Denney Pate left a voicemail on a Florida Department of Transportation employee's landline on March 13, two days before the pedestrian walkway came crashing down on the major road beneath, the department said in a statement. There was "some cracking that's been observed on the north end of the span," Pate said, according to a transcript of the call.
The longstanding relationship between the United States and Saudi Arabia, its main Middle East ally, is founded largely on the exchange of American security for Saudi oil. As Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman heads to Washington for talks with President Donald Trump, here is a look over the partnership. The discovery of vast oil reserves beneath Saudi sands in the late 1930s secured the kingdom's place as a vital partner for the energy-hungry United States.
MY LAI, Vietnam (AP) — Talk of peace dominated the 50th anniversary commemoration of the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, but among the hundreds in the audience were survivors and a former U.S. Army photographer whose gruesome images galvanized anti-war opinion.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A small passenger plane carrying five people crashed into a house shortly after takeoff north of Manila on Saturday, killing all those onboard and five people on the ground, officials said.
French President Emmanuel Macron called Friday for a "clear, ambitious" roadmap for EU reforms by June as he sought crucial support for his shake-up of the bloc from German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The French president has been counting on support from Merkel, the leader of Europe's biggest economy -- but nearly six months of politico limbo in Germany as she struggled to form a coalition government forced him to put his plans on hold. Flying into Paris for her first foreign trip since she was finally granted a fourth term Wednesday at the head of a hard-fought coalition, Merkel said the Franco-German relationship remained key for Europe's future.
By Christine Kim and Steve Holland SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - South Korea said on Friday it was seeking high-level talks this month with North Korea to prepare for a summit and that South Korean President Moon Jae-in may meet Donald Trump before the U.S. president's planned meeting with the North Korean leader. Amid a flurry of diplomacy from Asia to Europe to Washington, Trump reaffirmed his plan to meet with North Korea's Kim Jong Un by the end of May during a phone call on Friday with Moon and both voiced "cautious optimism" about efforts to resolve the crisis over North Korea's nuclear weapons.
Denise Huskins and Aaron Quinn filed a defamation lawsuit against the city of Vallejo after officials there dismissed Mr Quinn’s description of a home intruder kidnapping and raping Ms Huskins as a fabrication that had wasted police resources. Vindicating the couple, a man named Matthew Muller was later convicted of kidnapping Ms Quinn and sentenced to 40 years in prison after he was arrested and had his home searched during an unrelated investigation. It alleges police officers reacted to Mr Quinn reporting the crime by treating him as if he had “already been convicted of murdering” Ms Huskins.
Pakistan is doing the "bare minimum" to squeeze the Taliban and terror groups, a senior US administration official said Friday, despite Washington's threat to freeze two billion dollars' worth of aid. The official's comments also come as Pakistan is trying to avoid being put on a global watch list over terrorism financing that could hamper its ability to receive foreign investment. "They have done the bare minimum to appear responsive to our requests," the official added, citing the need to prod the Taliban toward the negotiating table and round-up militants.
NEW YORK (AP) — The news organization ProPublica issued a detailed correction of a story about Gina Haspel, President Donald Trump's choice for the next CIA director, and the waterboarding of a detainee the year after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
John Goodman's Angry Rex Tillerson Spews About Being Fired By A 'Moron' On 'SNL'
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — In a story March 15 about a statewide appointment in California, The Associated Press reported based on information from the California state Senate that Lizbeth Mateo was the first person living in the U.S. illegally to receive a statewide appointment. Gov. Jerry Brown in 2016 appointed to a state board a recipient of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which gives protection from deportation to people brought the U.S. illegally as children.
A Turkish penal court ordered the release of a journalist jailed over alleged ties to a failed coup, the private broadcaster CNN Turk reported on Friday. Sahin Alpay, a journalist in the now defunct Zaman daily, is to be released under judicial control and confinement to his house, CNN Turk said. Turkey's Constitutional Court had ruled earlier on Friday for a second time that the rights of Alpay had been violated while in custody and had requested his release.
Russia said it would also withdraw permission for Britain to open a general consulate in St Petersburg and would close the British Council in Russia.
Around the country, many young voters want change but Vladimir Putin is expected to win Sunday's presidential election.
U.N. expert Hugh Griffiths says North Korea has borrowed tactics used during 18th century piracy to evade sanctions and earn millions.
Alexei Navalny is mobilizing an army of election observers ahead of the vote that supporters call a foregone conclusion in favor of President Vladimir Putin.
Thousands of women have signed up for driving lessons in Saudi Arabia as the ban on women drivers is expected to be lifted in June.
Britain's foreign minister said Sunday that he has evidence Russia has been stockpiling a nerve agent in violation of international law.
With President Putin's victory all but assured as Russians head to the polls on Sunday, only one thing remains uncertain and potentially damaging for the Kremlin.
Cambridge Analytica, a company that profiled voters for Donald Trump's campaign, allegedly gathered information on millions via a survey on Facebook.
The helicopter crash does not appear to be a result of enemy activity and is under investigation, U.S. military officials said.
"I am a living ghost," Constantin Reliu, 63, told The Associated Press in a phone interview Friday from his home in Barlad, northeastern Romania.
Nikolay Glushkov, a friend of a Vladimir Putin critic who was found dead with a rope around his neck, was strangled, police said.
Two Israeli soldiers were killed and another two wounded in Friday's Palestinian car-ramming attack in the occupied West Bank, the military said in a statement.
Four travelers have died from the virus. Even areas near big cities are affected.
The bomb partially exploded on a London Underground train at Parsons Green station on Sept. 15, leaving 23 people with burn injuries.
Environment changes transformed early humans, who learned how to use lighter tools, hunt new kinds of animals and communicate with other groups
Fame and fortune didn't hurt, doctors say
Horst Seehofer set out a range of hard-line immigration stances in a newspaper interview, setting him on a collision course with Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Robert Mueller has subpoenaed the Trump Organization for records related to his investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
The Feb. 7 clash in Syria was the first time in 50 years that American troops and Russians have engaged in direct combat.
"I have no idea what he was talking about," Center for Automotive Research's Kristin Dziczek said.
The move comes amid criticism that the Trump White House has not been tough enough in combatting Russian aggression.
A total of 172 gold bars weighing 3.4 tons were later recovered from around an airport in Yakutsk in eastern Siberia.
Men, women and children streamed towards government territory in the last rebel stronghold near Damascus as President Bashar al-Assad's forces pressed.
Alabama teen Natalee Holloway was last seen during a high school graduation trip to Aruba in 2005. Her disappearance sparked years of news coverage.
Trump's 14-month presidency has had more than two dozen high-profile departures from some of the most senior administration positions.
If talks stall, the withdrawal from the E.U. should be put back, an influential committee said. Some of the panel’s members disowned the report, however.
The city in the Syrian enclave was the target of a two-month military operation against Kurdish militias. Tens of thousands of civilians evacuated as its fall neared.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday that Russia has been researching military-grade nerve agents for use in assassinations. Russia denies it.
Men from Dagestan in southern Russia have long wrestled in bouts between mountain villages. Today, the region embraces the sport as an alternative to Islamist terrorism.
Vladimir V. Putin’s popularity, and firm grip, will assure him a fourth term. The size of the turnout will be seen as the strength of Mr. Putin’s mandate.
Amid threats to divest Russian oligarchs of their valuable British assets, it’s worth noting just how hard that would be.
President Vladimir Putin’s real challenge in Sunday’s presidential election is not winning the race, but getting enough turnout to show the world his victory is legitimate.
The tumult in Slovakia has now distinguished the country from others in the region, where disillusioned voters have sided with illiberal populists.
Huge demonstrations in Slovakia, the largest in Central Europe since the fall of communism, followed the murder of an investigative journalist and led to the resignation of the prime minister.