President Trump says his attorney general's summary vindicates him, but the political fight is just beginning
Attorney General William Barr on Sunday released his summary of the main conclusions from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
Key findings: Mueller found no collusion, but didn't exonerate Trump on obstruction
Wolf Blitzer: Sounds like Russians got what they wanted
CNN's Wolf Blitzer discusses the summary findings of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation with former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper.
'Fatally misconceived': Barr authored memo last year ruling out obstruction of justice
Nearly a year before his letter Sunday telling lawmakers he did not believe President Donald Trump committed obstruction of justice, Attorney General William Barr authored a memo saying he thought the obstruction investigation was "fatally misconceived."
Read: Justice Department summary of Mueller report
CNN analyst: This line is key
CNN's Shimon Prokupecz reads a "key line" from Attorney General William Barr's conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on his investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Opinion: Let the American people see the whole Mueller report
While the Department of Justice received the full results of the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election promised by the office of the special counsel on Sunday, all that has been delivered to Congress and released to the public to date is a summary created by Attorney General William Barr.
Toobin: Total vindication of Trump on collusion
CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin discusses the implications of Attorney General William Barr's summary of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
Robert Mueller just handed Donald Trump a huge gift
• Special counsel and DOJ deliberated seeking subpoena for Trump
• House Judiciary Chairman says committee will call attorney general to testify
Republicans feel as vindicated as Democrats feel frustrated following Mueller's findings
• The Mueller probe ends, and the gloating begins in Moscow
Second Parkland student dies in an apparent suicide
A second Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student has died in what police are calling "an apparent suicide."
Passengers disembark stranded cruise with terrifying tales
A cruise ship stranded in rough seas off Norway with 1,300 people on board is moving at a slow pace after suffering engine failure, rescue officials said Sunday.
See chaos inside ship
Borghild Eldoen with the Joint Rescue Centre for Southern Norway describes the rescue efforts to evacuate 1,300 passengers from a cruise ship off the coast.
Boeing tests software changes to 737 MAX planes
Pilots from the three American carriers that fly Boeing 737 MAX planes tested software changes developed by Boeing to a key stabilization system on Saturday, a person briefed on the tests said.
Cyclone Idai knocked this major port city into an earlier age, but the destruction is only part of the problem
Nearly every day since Cyclone Idai tore through Mozambique in mid-March, children return to a school in Beira with the same question.
Image of Jacinda Ardern projected onto world's tallest building
Through her stoic resolve and empathy for the victims, New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became the reluctant face of the terror attack that left 50 Muslim worshipers dead in Christchurch earlier this month.
134 killed in attack in Mali
Armed men reportedly dressed as traditional hunters have killed 134 people, including women and children, during an attack on a village in central Mali.
Life expectancy in US drops
For the first time in more than 100 years life expectancy in the US is declining. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
UGA fraternity suspended over video mocking slavery, using racial slur
A fraternity at the University of Georgia has been temporarily suspended after a video circulating on social media shows several people mocking slavery and one person using the n-word.
Avocados recalled in 6 states
California-grown avocados sold in bulk to retail stores in six states by the Henry Avocado Corporation are being recalled due to potential contamination with the bacterium listeria monocytogenes, the company announced on Saturday.
Rob Gronkowski announces NFL retirement
Dr. Dre celebrates his daughter getting into USC 'on her own'
Hip-hop luminary Dr. Dre took to Instagram on Sunday to celebrate his daughter's acceptance to the University of Southern California and throw shade at other rich families caught up in a national admissions scandal.
Late night mocks Trump-George Conway feud
Late night comics call out President Trump for his repeated shots at the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, and Trevor Noah goes after Elizabeth Warren over reparations.
Boxer KOs taunting opponent before final bell
College football player dies at 21
'Game of Thrones' star reveals major health scare
"Game of Thrones" star Emilia Clarke reveals she suffered two brain aneurysms during the early years of the hit HBO series.
Warriors suffer worst loss in 12 years
Golfer oblivious to unexpected guest during swing
Priest stabbed while leading televised Mass
An elderly rector of a church in Canada thanked supporters while leaving a hospital, after a man stabbed him during a televised Mass.
NFL QB gives up sex for a month to get 'stronger'
No. 1 Duke barely survives No. 9 UCF
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Peele's new horror film crushes expectations
Jordan Peele's new horror film terrified audiences and shattered expectations at the box office this weekend.
Analysis: Jordan Peele and the art of being unapologetically black
Call it revenge of the "blerds."
What Apple is up against in the streaming-video world
We don't know exactly what Apple will debut during its big press event on Monday. A new streaming-video product? A revamped TV app and video storefront?
Historic royal visit to Cuba at odds with US stance
Royal visits overseas always attract a great deal of scrutiny, but none in recent memory has been quite as politically sensitive and potentially inflammatory towards the UK's closest ally than this one.
Italian paradise on sale for bargain price
Ever dreamed of owning your own Italian private island? An aristocratic family is selling one in Sicily for a lot less than the price of a Tuscan villa or a Manhattan loft apartment.
Star athlete speaks out after photo controversy
Tayla Harris, a star Australian footballer, says comments on a photo of her captured in the air having kicked the first goal of a game were "sexual abuse."
Researchers studied the sex lives of people 50 and older. Here's what they found.
The number of people you have sex with is an individual choice. But certain lifestyle factors play a role in how many sex partners you have, explains a recent study by British researchers.
Olive Garden's comeback has no end in sight
It appears the comeback for Olive Garden owner Darden Restaurants, much like its famous pasta specials, is never ending.
Tiffany's holiday season was even worse than it predicted
Tiffany & Co. already warned in January that sales during the holiday were weak. It turned out that demand for jewelry and other bling in the company's trademark blue boxes was a bit worse than what investors expected — and Wall Street was not happy.
Wall Street's fee wars have entered the 'silly stage'
Wall Street has never been under more pressure to reduce fees on popular index products that already come cheap.
How Trump's itchy Twitter finger could get the US into trouble
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.
Being the anti-Trump isn't enough for Democrats
President Richard Nixon, in the middle of the Watergate scandal, famously said, "People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook." In the case of Donald Trump, America has already weighed in on that issue. According to a recent Quinnipiac poll, "64% of voters said Trump had committed crimes before entering office." This is particularly astounding, given how difficult it is, in our hyperpartisan nation, to get nearly two-thirds of voters to agree on anything! (For the record, Trump denies any wrongdoing.)
What Mueller's probe has already revealed
The Mueller report is finally done and has been turned over to the attorney general. Now the public waits to find out what it says and how Washington will react (what, for example, will Congressional investigators do next?).
J.K. Rowling's Dumbledore comment is a cop-out
There's nothing like watching a legacy crumble in real time, and these days, one feels spoiled for choice. This week, it is J.K. Rowling's "updates" to the Harry Potter series which has set the world -- or at least, swaths of the internet -- on fire.
We need to resist states loosening abortion laws
Across the United States, state lawmakers are pushing for looser abortion laws, going as far as to propose bills that permit abortion throughout all nine months of pregnancy in specific situations. If these pieces of legislation become laws, the US's abortion policies would much more closely resemble those in parts of China where there are no restrictions on abortion.There, no human rights for the unborn child are recognized -- even minutes before he or she exits the birth canal. But that is not a surprise since that nation's human rights record in other categories is abysmal.
Why we still need to worry about ISIS
ISIS has suffered a momentous blow with the defeat of its last physical stronghold, according to an announcement Saturday by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces.
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Senior UK minister: Second Brexit vote deserves to be considered
One of Theresa May's most senior cabinet ministers has raised the prospect of a second referendum to break the Brexit deadlock, as speculation over the future of the beleaguered UK prime minister and her twice-defeated divorce bill reaches fever pitch.
Ethiopian Airlines CEO rejects criticism that pilots did not train on 737 Max 8 simulator
The pilots of a jet that crashed in Ethiopia, killing all on board, used a flight simulator to learn how to fly the Boeing 737 Max 8 plane, the airline told CNN.
Thailand goes to the polls in first post-coup election
Choltanutkun Tun-Atiruj wasn't old enough to vote in the last official elections held in Thailand in 2011.
Russian hackers target European governments
Russian state-linked hackers are increasing their efforts targeting governments in Europe, a top cybersecurity firm has warned ahead of the European Parliament elections in May.
Federal lawsuit filed against Sackler family over opioid crisis
More than 600 cities, counties and Native American tribes from 28 states have filed a federal lawsuit against eight members of the Sackler family -- owners of the pharmaceutical giant Purdue Pharma LP -- accusing them of creating the opioid addiction crisis through ownership of the company that manufactures the painkiller OxyContin.
Southern Poverty Law Center president steps down weeks after co-founder fired
Southern Poverty Law Center President Richard Cohen is stepping down from the non-profit activist group, according to a source within the organization.
No one won the Powerball jackpot and now its up to $750 million
With no winner for Saturday's Powerball drawing, the prize is getting even bigger.
Man arrested for kicking of an elderly woman on a subway
A man who was filmed kicking a 78-year-old woman repeatedly on the subway in New York has been arrested and charged with assault, police said.
'I don't want to return to Mexico, your honor'
At first glance, the scene in Courtroom 2 might have seemed ordinary: Individuals presenting themselves before a judge one by one -- some with attorneys, others without. The judge posing questions to each side and arranging follow-up court dates.
Why do Egyptian statues have broken noses?
The most common question that curator Edward Bleiberg fields from visitors to the Brooklyn Museum's Egyptian art galleries is a straightforward but salient one: Why are the statues' noses broken?
How 'legal fakes' are challenging a $1B cult brand
When Samsung revealed, in late 2018, that it was collaborating with cult US streetwear brand Supreme, it came as quite the surprise.
Doomsday: Where super-rich will hide
Why was this car hidden away for 30 years?
If this car could talk, it would describe a road to fame with all the twists and turns of a Hollywood plot.
The secret design of waiting lines
Many of us experience multiple queues on an average day. If they move quickly, they're soon forgotten. But a slow line can seem to last forever and can put a drag on an entire day.