Federal officials looked into using a heat ray that makes targets' skin feel like it's burning in preparation for clearing a peaceful protest in Lafayette Square in June, according to written House testimony from an Army National Guard major who was at the scene. CNN's Brianna Keilar spoke w…
Former Trump White House official Olivia Troye claims President Donald Trump doesn't care about the public, only how coronavirus would affect his reelection. In a new video, the former coronavirus task force member added that Trump said during a meeting that perhaps the virus is a good thing…
CNN Legal analyst Elie Honig, a former SDNY assistant US attorney, criticizes Attorney General William Barr's comments about Department of Justice officials and for equating a coronavirus lockdown to slavery.
President Donald Trump loves Twitter, often tweeting countless times a day. In early September, the President tweeted his thoughts about how lucky the American people are to "have me as your President." Chris Cillizza explains the hidden meaning revealed in this tweet.
House Majority Whip James Clyburn slammed Attorney General William Barr for comparing coronavirus lockdowns in the US to slavery, saying the comments are "the most ridiculous, tone-deaf, God-awful thing I've ever heard."
CNN's John Avlon calls out President Trump's views about climate change as fires ravage one coast of the US and storms in the Atlantic Ocean threaten another.
Former Vice President Al Gore said that President Donald Trump is "trying to gaslight" the coronavirus, in a scathing assessment of the administration's response to the pandemic.
During an event at Hillsdale College, Attorney General William Barr suggested that the calls for a nationwide lockdown to prevent the spread of the coronavirus were the "greatest intrusion on civil liberties" in history "other than slavery."
CNN's Dana Bash called President Donald Trump's coronavirus briefing "propaganda" after Trump contradicted his CDC director about the effectiveness of masks and the timeline of vaccine distribution.
CNN's Erin Burnett takes a look at President Donald Trump's history of contradicting his own health officials' coronavirus statements, this time on the importance of wearing a mask and the vaccine timeline.
CNN's Daniel Dale says President Donald Trump told falsehoods about the coronavirus response, mail-in voting and in his accusations about Joe Biden during a White House press briefing.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins fact checks White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany over President Trump's latest claim casting doubts on wearing masks.
During a speech delivered by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on the coronavirus pandemic, he expressed faith in scientists developing vaccines for Covid-19, but said he doesn't trust President Donald Trump.
Former President Barack Obama is appealing to young voters with viral quarantine trends like the "Renegade" dance and sourdough bread. Young people will likely be pivotal in the 2020 election.
Top Health and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo claimed without evidence that CDC scientists are trying to undermine President Trump's efforts to fight the coronavirus. CNN's Nick Valencia reports on the video shared on Facebook Live, first obtained by Yahoo News.
Ellesia Blaque, who lives with the the chronic medical conditions sarcoidosis and neurosarcoidosis, asked President Donald Trump about his healthcare plan at an ABC town hall. She tells CNN's Brianna Keilar about the experience and how she reacted to Trump's answer.
The email about 11 a.m. from the St. Charles County Elections Authority told poll workers they would not be required to wear a mask, but would have to keep one handy and put it on if a voter asks.
In this week's edition of "Unfiltered from Home," host SE Cupp breaks down Jared Kushner's defense of President Trump's packed rallies with no masks or social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Scientific American has endorsed a candidate for president for the first time in the publication's 175-year history. CNN's John King speaks to the magazine's editor-in-chief, Laura Helmuth.
Former President Trump attorney and admitted felon Michael Cohen speaks to CNN's Alisyn Camerota about Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, where he calls Trump a "con man."
During an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, journalist Bob Woodward shared audio of President Donald Trump saying he doesn't think of the coronavirus pandemic as a once-in-a-lifetime challenge.
A Black pastor who asked President Trump about his "Make America Great Again" slogan tells CNN's Don Lemon the President's response is what he expected.
CNN's Daniel Dale fact-checks some of the claims made by President Trump in response to questions from Pennsylvania voters during ABC's town hall.
During an ABC town hall, President Trump was asked by a Black voter how his campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" is inclusive of African Americans.
CNN's Don Lemon reacts to some moments from ABC's town hall with President Donald Trump where he was confronted by voters about a variety of issues, including the Covid-19 pandemic and healthcare.
After many comprehensive interviews with President Trump for his new book, "Rage," veteran journalist Bob Woodward tells CNN's Anderson Cooper the conclusion he came to about the President.
An effort by the Trump and Biden campaigns to deploy challengers to ballot-counting operations in battleground states threatens to slow states' ability to count votes, raising concerns that the delays will allow President Donald Trump to double down on his claims that any prolonged counting …
Department of Health and Human Services spokesman Michael Caputo apologized to staffers for a rant in which he accused career government scientists of "sedition" and working to undermine President Donald Trump, multiple sources familiar with the situation told CNN. Brian Todd reports.
President Donald Trump claims he "up-played" the coronavirus pandemic during an ABC town hall after telling Bob Woodward that he is intentionally downplaying the severity of the pandemic.
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina is getting heat for mocking his Democratic rival Jaime Harrison for not releasing his tax returns while not pressuring President Trump to do the same.
John Stewart, former host of the Daily Show was is back in Washington, DC, in support for a new bill supporting sick veterans. The bill called the Presumptive Benefits for War Fighters Exposed to Burn Pits and Other Toxins Act of 2020 is aimed at helping veterans who were exposed to harmful …
CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks President Trump's senior adviser and son-in-law Jared Kushner about the President's latest retweet of an image that baselessly accused Joe Biden of being a pedophile.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks with senior Trump adviser Jared Kushner about the historic deals signed between Israel, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain at the White House, marking the normalization of relations between the countries
President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain at the White House to mark historic normalization agreements between Israel and the two Arab countries. CNN's Alex Marquardt reports.
South Dakota's attorney general Jason Ravnsborg struck and killed a man while driving after he initially told police he had hit a deer, the South Dakota Department of Public Safety said. Ravnsborg says he did stop to investigate after the incident, but did not see anything until he returned …
With less than 50 days until the 2020 election, President Trump's electoral freefall is showing some signs of turning around. Chris Cillizza explains what we can actually see in Trump's latest poll numbers.
President Trump tells journalist Bob Woodward about a time he left the Oval Office after a man sneezed amid coronavirus concerns in an audio excerpt as Woodward's book "Rage" releases.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's wife asked State Department staff to help send personal family Christmas cards, according to an email exchange obtained by the State Department Office of Inspector General as part of an investigation into potential misuse of taxpayer resources, a source famil…
CNN's Anderson Cooper examines how President Trump's comments behind closed doors about the risks associated with coronavirus contradict his public statements pushing for the country to reopen.
CNN's Jake Tapper examines Joe Biden's presidential campaign strategy to appeal to the Latino voters in Florida less than two months from Election Day.
David Legates, a longtime climate change skeptic, has been appointed by the Trump administration to help run the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the federal agency charged with producing "much of the climate research funded" by the government, The Washington Post reports.
President Trump visited California and met with officials about the massive wildfires afflicting the state, and cast doubt on the science behind the climate crisis.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports on President Trump's trip to California to meet with Gov. Gavin Newsom about the wildfires and his reluctance to believe climate science.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says that the United States is facing one of the most difficult moments in the nation's history, with "four historic crises all at the same time."
CNN's talks to some attendees at President Donald Trump's indoor rally in Henderson, Nevada, who explain why they don't wear masks amid the coronvirus pandemic.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election despite being the least-liked candidate of all time and as president, he's never gained popularity with a majority of Americans. So what does that mean for 2020? CNN's Harry Enten explains.