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They want President to stick to leading the country
President Donald Trump is the nation's tweeter-in-chief, and his missives often provoke controversy, even among those who voted for him.

Read them: All the President's tweets

First family offers candid look at life in White House
The new first family is offering a remarkably candid look at life in the White House. CNN's Sara Ganim reports.

Opinion: How Trump should be using Twitter
CNN commentator Julian Zelizer says President-elect Donald Trump could be using social media to engage citizens in politics; instead he's inflaming them.

'Wire tapping' and 11 other words and phrases Trump has tweeted in quotes
After President Donald Trump sent out a series of tweets accusing former President Barack Obama of wiretapping him during the 2016 election, White House press secretary Sean Spicer turned to a technicality: the references to wiretapping were in quotes.

White House denies it tried to keep Yates from testifying
The White House on Tuesday rejected allegations that it sought to prevent former acting Attorney General Sally Yates from testifying before Congress in the House Intelligence Committee's investigation of ties between Russian agents and Trump campaign officials.

Congress kills Internet privacy protections
The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal Internet privacy protections that were approved by the Federal Communications Commission in the final days of the Obama administration.

GOP may be working on health care plan B
Republicans insisted they had no "Plan B" for their plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. But a few days later, after crashing into what might be the new third rail of American politics, Republicans are talking publicly and privately about ... Plan B.

Spicer tosses out Russian dressing analogy
An exasperated Sean Spicer on Tuesday colorfully downplayed questions about ties between President Donald Trump's associates and Russia, portraying a frenzied attempt to find connections where they don't exist.

Spicer's testy exchange with reporter
During a White House briefing, Press Secretary Sean Spicer has a tense exchange with a reporter who asks how the administration will try to revamp its image amidst current scandals.

Panel explodes over Spicer's comment
During CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, commentators spar over the heated confrontation between White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and reporter April Ryan.

Trump strips climate change rules
President Donald Trump will sign a sweeping executive order Tuesday at the Environmental Protection Agency, which looks to curb the federal government's enforcement of climate regulations by putting American jobs above addressing climate change.

DNC chair asks entire staff to resign
Newly installed Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez has asked all he committee's staffers to submit their resignations by April 15 as he begins an overhaul of the party's organization.

Opinion: Dishonesty all around on Gorsuch
Republicans are trying to rewrite recent history regarding the Supreme Court vacancy. Their constituents should call them out for it.

Storm chasers die pursuing tornado
Three storm chasers were killed chasing a tornado in Texas on Tuesday, authorities said.

UK PM signs letter to trigger Brexit
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is to trigger Article 50 Wednesday, kick-starting the Brexit process that will see Britain leave the European Union in two years' time.

ICE will release DREAMer after 6 weeks
Daniel Ramirez Medina, whose immigration case drew widespread attention, will be released Wednesday, said his legal team.

Charges in alleged NYC mafia crime wave
Ten alleged members of the Bonanno mafia family have been charged with racketeering and related crimes, according to a 37-count indictment unsealed Tuesday.

Bodies of 2 UN experts found
The bodies of two UN experts who went missing in the Democratic Republic of the Congo earlier this month have been found, the United Nations confirmed in a statement Tuesday.

Repeal of NC 'bathroom bill' fails
The latest attempt among North Carolina lawmakers to repeal the state's "bathroom bill" fizzled out Tuesday, prompting a fresh round of finger-pointing between Republican lawmakers and the Democratic governor.

Exec linked to Madoff jumps to his death
An executive whose former hedge fund invested $7 billion in Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme jumped 20 stories to his death from a high-rise Manhattan hotel, police said.

Hillary Clinton gives her most political speech since election
Hillary Clinton took the stage at a diversity conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, making her most political comments since losing the 2016 presidential election.

Trump reportedly won't throw out 1st pitch

Cops: Dad foils school attack plot
Police say a student detailed her plans for a Columbine-style mass shooting at her Maryland high school, but her plans were foiled when her father turned her in. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

N. Korea blamed in $81M heist
US prosecutors are investigating whether or not North Korea played a role in a 81 million dollar cyberheist. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Tennessee kidnapping law could work in teacher's favor
Tennessee's kidnapping law is a little ... well, toothless when it comes to youngsters the age of Elizabeth Thomas, the 15-year-old allegedly abducted by her former teacher, according to the prosecutor in the case.

Walk through Mosul devastation
CNN's Arwa Damon shows the dangers and challenges that face civilians in the wake of the battle against ISIS for West Mosul

What it's like to live with lupus
An invisible disease with debilitating symptoms, lupus is more common than you might think. Learn about the causes, triggers and treatments for this devastating disease.

Bill O'Reilly apologizes for racially charged joke

The hidden costs of segregation
It's pretty well established that racial segregation limits access to jobs, education, public services and other resources for people in high-poverty neighborhoods.

Lionel Messi banned 4 games

This nation wants two border walls
US President Donald Trump's plan to build a wall on the Mexican border has nothing on India.

Wife posts nude pic of QB on social media

A 'fair chance' airstrike killed civilians in Mosul, US official says
The top US commander in Iraq said "there's a fair chance" that a US airstrike in west Mosul killed civilians on March 17.

'Bones' star breaks down series' finale
WARNING: This story contains spoilers about the "Bones" series finale.

Boy gives his Wii to grieving cops
Most kids struggle when they're asked to share their toys. Not 7-year-old Brady Duke.

See cyclone intensify from space
The International Space Station captured this footage of the cyclone off the coast of Australia.

200-lb. gold coin worth $1M stolen
A precious gold coin worth more than $1 million and weighing 200 pounds was stolen from a museum in Germany.

Selena Gomez opens up about her struggle
Selena Gomez's new series for Netflix, "13 Reasons Why," has been a passion project of hers since she was a teen. That's because, Gomez admits, the theme of the show, about a teenage girl struggling emotionally, "hits very close to home."

Other celebrities battling lupus
Lupus is an often invisible but devastating disease. Many celebrities with lupus have spoken out about how it impacts their health and their careers.

Woman says this is her secret to fighting lupus
Tomeka Jones reports on lupus, and how one woman remains optimistic despite having the disease.

Dear lupus, I want me back
My name is Lauren Lee. I'm an associate producer at CNN, and I have systemic lupus erythematosus.

Air Force may dump unbeaten jet
A 1980s-era combat jet that has long been hailed as the most successful dog-fighting aircraft in US history may have finally met its match.

What's on Netflix and Amazon in April
April showers bring...lots of new streaming content.

These are the world's most beautiful island hotels
From Australia to the Caribbean, there's no shortage of beautiful island hotels around the world.

Adele's shocking news for fans
British pop singer Adele told fans that she may not be touring anymore during a concert in Auckland, New Zealand.

U.S. drone registrations skyrocket
There are a lot of drones in the United States -- and the number is growing rapidly.

Amid turmoil, Uber releases first diversity report
Uber is making good on its pledge to be more transparent about its workforce.

Neverending success? Olive Garden sales boom
The owner of the Olive Garden is making a cheesy acquisition. And investors love it.

Facebook's transformation into Snapchat

Luxury getaways for younger travelers
Get used to hearing babies crying in First Class or seeing toddlers at the check-in desk at high-end hotels.

Why is government searching phones?

It's time for Devin Nunes to step down
Opponents of President Donald Trump are eager to slap a set of handcuffs on House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes for his alleged "late night" visit to a secure intelligence facility (known in the intelligence community as a "skiff") within the White House complex, followed shortly thereafter by a meeting with the President.

Sean Spicer's shameful scapegoating
Last week, White House press secretary Sean Spicer weighed in on a crime that he called "horrendous and horrible and disgusting." He was speaking about reports that two students raped a 14-year-old girl at Rockville High School in Maryland on March 16.

United Airlines was right to bar leggings
On Sunday night the "Internet" supposedly "erupted" after a gate agent for United Airlines denied entry to a girl and two other passengers for improper clothing — leggings.

Why the right is angry at Tomi Lahren
Conservative darling-turned-pariah Tomi Lahren is getting a crash course on what the right thinks of women.

Transgender child's mom: love your kids, period

Refinance rates are near historic lows. Don't miss out

What causes asthma?

Top 8 credit cards for excellent credit

Calls grow for Nunes to step aside in Russia probe

Government watchdog to scrutinize security expenses of Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips
A government watchdog has told lawmakers that it would look into the security costs associated with President Donald Trump's routine trips to Florida and whether the United States Treasury has received payments from Trump for profits he has made from foreign government visits to his hotels.

Inscrutable Gorsuch raises Democratic ire
Appearing before a Senate panel last week, Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch minimized the role of judges in American democracy, referring to their "modest station." He presented a study in self-effacement, sprinkling his testimony with folksy expressions and sitting at a plain wooden desk rather than the customary draped table.

Paralyzed man uses experimental device to regain hand movements

Short-term kidney injury linked to marathons
Marathon running can drastically change your body, and mostly in a good way.

How much sex should you be having?
Are you having enough sex? You might have wondered if you should up your bedroom activity after reading about other couples' resolutions to have sex every day or about all the health benefits of getting horizontal.

Don't use cotton swabs to clean your ears
The doctors' advice hasn't changed much, but it's still so unsatisfying: You should not use cotton swabs to clean your ears.

'DWTS': First couple eliminated is...
The first celeb booted from "Dancing With the Stars" was criticized for being "so stiff."

Demi Lovato does a perfect teen impression
Demi Lovato does, like, a totally legit impression of a teen.

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