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Donald Trump unaware Michael Flynn was a 'foreign agent', Sean Spicer says

Former national security adviser retroactively disclosed that he lobbied for firm linked to Turkish government while working as Trump’s campaign adviser<p>Trump transition team ‘was told Flynn may need to register as a foreign agent’<p>Donald Trump was unaware his former national security adviser Michael …

Donald Trump

Swalwell Launches Pages Diagramming Trump’s Ties to Russia

California Democrat also introduced legislation to set up independent investigation<p>California Rep. Eric Swalwell has set up web pages to show …

Donald Trump

America must defend itself against the real national security menace

This week, we have watched the perfect example of a country fighting the last war. The Trump administration has devoted weeks of energy and political capital to rolling out its temporary travel ban against citizens of six Muslim-majority countries, none of whom, according to the libertarian Cato …

National Security

Say It With Me Again: James Comey Elected Donald Trump President

Engagement Labs is a company that tracks "what people are talking about." Brad Fay, one of their executives, tells us that during the presidential …

Donald Trump

Jeff Sessions Likely Met Russian Ambassador A Third Time

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was forced to amend prior testimony to Congress this week, acknowledging that contrary to an earlier statement, he’d encountered the Russian ambassador to the United States twice in the last year.<p>Sessions appears to have left out a third instance in which they crossed …

Donald Trump

Mike Pence dodges question on wiretapping

Vice President Mike Pence avoided answering a question about whether he believes President Trump's wiretapping claims.

Mike Pence

What to expect on Obamacare, taxes and spending under Trump

<b>(CNN) —</b> After several decades of policy stalemate in Washington, cynics might conclude that the Trump era will be more of the same. Think again. Significant change is coming if only because the GOP controls both Houses of Congress, along with the White House.<p>True, some analysts argue that serious …

Republicans

Video Calls Replace In-Person Visits In Some Jails

Since her son Tommy went to jail, Dawn Herbert has been trying to see him as much as she can. He's incarcerated less than a 10-minute drive from her house in Keene, N.H. But he might as well be a lot farther.<p>"He's in that building and I can't get to him," Herbert says.<p>Dawn's visits probably don't …

Customer Service

Trump’s Meeting With Al Gore Gives Environmental Activists Hope

WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump, who has called climate change a hoax perpetrated by the Chinese, met on Monday with the climate-activist extraordinaire Al Gore, offering environmental activists a glimmer of hope that the Trump administration’s policies will moderate from his campaign …

Climate

How to eat breakfast like an adventure athlete

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Photo: Chantz2007/Twenty20If you want to perform like an athlete (and really, who …

Superfoods

Joe Biden leaves the door open for a 2020 run

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Vice President Joe Biden said Monday he might not be going anywhere just yet, leaving the door open to a presidential run in 2020.<p>After he wrapped at a Senate session Monday, Biden told reporters about how much he enjoyed working in the chamber over his long career there.<p>CNN …

Joe Biden

The Truck Art Project brings art to the streets - CNN Style

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Streetwear

Bill de Blasio sworn in as mayor of New York City – in pictures

Bill de Blasio was sworn as New York City's mayor twice on Wednesday: first at his Brooklyn home shortly after midnight, and again on the steps of City Hall in the afternoon. 'When I said we would take dead aim at the Tale of Two Cities, I meant it,' he told the crowd at City Hall, vowing to …