How has Trump changed news coverage? And has news coverage changed Trump at all? On the first anniversary of Trump's inauguration, Douglas Brinkley and Olivia Nuzzi discuss his relationship with the media and reasons why the Stormy Daniels story hasn't received more attention.
Attorneys for a condemned killer whose execution was stopped after 25 minutes of unsuccessful needle sticks are once again recommending the firing squad as an alternative
Just hours into the government shutdown, the Trump campaign released a video claiming that Democrats in Congress will be "complicit" in every murder committed by immigrants in the country illegally, the Hill reports. "President Trump is right—build the wall, deport criminals, stop illegal immigration now," the ad says. "Democrats...
Some early arrivers at Sunday's rally in Las Vegas to launch an effort to register 1 million voters and target swing states like Nevada in the midterm elections say they're happy to be part of history.
Court documents have revealed what ended the 25-year law enforcement career of an assistant police chief in the Louisville suburb of Prospect, Kentucky: Todd Shaw wrote in Facebook messages that he would shoot black children caught smoking marijuana
Tens of thousands of flag-waving Greeks gather in northern city of Thessaloniki to demand Macedonia change its name because it's also the name of the Greek province of which Thessaloniki is the capital
"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" outdid another weekend's worth of newcomers to top the North American box office for the third straight weekend, making the surprise hit the fifth-highest grossing film of all time for Sony Pictures
What's the bigger story? Political analyst Jeff Greenfield, CNN presidential historian Douglas Brinkley and Time correspondent Charlotte Alter discuss the government shutdown and wave of women's marches that marked Trump's first anniversary in office.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Minority Leader Chuck Schumer views policies in the spending bill, including health care for needy children, as "hostages ripe for the taking."
Some lawmakers, activists and medical groups in Massachusetts are pushing for the creation of "supervised injection sites" where drug users can shoot up illegal substances under the watchful eye of trained staff