CNN and other news organizations were blocked Friday from a White House press briefing.
The White House handpicked news organizations, beyond the pool, to attend Friday's press briefing with Sean Spicer. CNN was not allowed to attend, while other networks were permitted.
CNN's Jake Tapper discusses how CNN and other news outlets were blocked from an off-camera White House press briefing, raising alarm among media organizations and First Amendment watchdogs.
Three asylum seeker families who sheltered US whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 say they are living in fear because of reports that Sri Lankan police officials have been in Hong Kong trying to search for them.
No one at a Malaysian airport has gotten sick from exposure to VX nerve agent, which police say was used in the killing of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's dictator Kim Jong Un, airport officials said Saturday.
Malaysia has announced that Kim Jong Nam was killed by VX -- a powerful nerve agent, a small drop of which can kill in minutes.
On a street corner in Pretoria, South Africans gather just meters from the immigrants they're marching against.
On February 22, 1997, the world learned about a secret project that scientists at the Roslin Institute in Scotland had been working on.
Could France elect Barack Obama president? Not really -- but that's not stopping the organizers of Obama17, a guerrilla campaign trying to entice the former U.S. president to head to Paris.
A car bomb in northern Syria killed as many as 60 people and wounded dozens more, Turkish state media and activist groups said Friday, even as the Turkish military said that the nearby town of al-Bab had been retaken from ISIS.
Money and success -- a potent combination which lures and seduces. No matter how much is in the bank or how many medals are in the trophy cabinet, the more you have, the more you want.
One of the best moments during the 89th Academy Awards may fly under the radar for the millions of viewers expected to tune into the Oscar telecast Sunday night -- which is a shame.
Every year the debates rage on: Why did that movie or actor win an Oscar? But there is a method to the awards show madness.
India's decision to ban a film from movie theaters that examines the lives of four women living in a small town has unleashed outrage.
The position of vice president didn't exist in Azerbaijan's constitution. If something were to happen to the President, the power would shift to the Prime Minister.
Support for Obamacare is at an all-time high according to two surveys released this week, as Republican leaders continue to press the case for repeal amid fierce resistance at town halls from the public.
Police in France are investigating a possible anti-Semitic attack on two Jewish men, during which one man's finger was reportedly sawn off.
Ten years competing in one of the world's most demanding sports has done nothing to dampen Lewis Hamilton's will to win.
My first encounter at "Robots," a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London, was with an animatronic baby. It is unquestionably life-like and perfectly baby-sized, safety-pinned into a crisp white nappy and hanging upright on a wall.
When you look at the photographs, the first thing you notice are the naked, pale, Chinese youths -- wearing nothing but blasé expressions.
On Feb. 26, all eyes will be trained on Hollywood's Dolby Theatre, where the winners of the 89th Academy Awards will be crowned.
Scientists say they are one step closer to cracking the genetic "enigma" code behind the common cold.
In 2010, teacher and activist Ben Randall embarked on a risky journey to rescue two Vietnamese girls who'd been kidnapped and sold as brides in China.
In one London elementary school, children are learning how to identify the five signs of human trafficking. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
Demand Tracker records numbers that call fake ads offering youngsters for sex, and makes the numbers available to the public.
Right now, between 21 and 45 million people are trapped in slavery. At least 5.5 million of those are children.
Take a vast frozen lake, a Formula E driver, a Jaguar F-Type and what do you get?
Before the prayer and sacrifice of Christianity's Lenten season, there's a time to celebrate.
The first Formula E race of 2017 recently visited the Argentine city Buenos Aires.
While President Donald Trump was busy ignoring the reality of his low approval ratings by bathing in the embrace of an adoring crowd last weekend, his foreign policy challenges were stacking up.
I had no idea how right I was, a month ago, when I wrote in The New York Times that American Jews should be wary of their new President.
Not a day goes by in the Netherlands without President Donald Trump making news. If you're an American traveling overseas, you have likely been buttonholed by locals asking you to explain what is going on with the new administration. The local news carries clips of Trump attacking the media, disparaging NATO or falsely suggesting a terrorist attack just occurred in Sweden. At the same time, top Cabinet officials are making the rounds in Europe, appearing to contradict the President on the most basic matters of foreign policy.
In his press conference last week, in which President Trump ranted and raved that he wasn't ranting and raving, he answered a question about his wife, Melania. "That's what I call a very nice question," he said, apparently relieved to stop talking about his own policies, before saying the first lady feels very strongly about "women's issues" and "women's difficulties."
White House spokesman Sean Spicer is kidding himself if he truly thinks the wave of protesters swarming Republican congressional town hall meetings from coast to coast represent a flash in the pan, or some less-than-authentic paid lobbyist campaign.
Yolanda ticks off the countries she and her husband have passed through in the last three months: Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and now Costa Rica. But she is no tourist.
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
US President Trump's plan to build a wall along the side of his golf course in Ireland has faced global opposition -- but many locals think it's necessary.
Despite their tiny brains, bumblebees can be taught to score "goals" according to a new study.
They are highly poisonous chemicals that can kill in various ways, including via breathing and touch.
Letters from residents from eastern Mosul to those in the ISIS-held western half are being dropped ahead of the Iraqi army's offensive to take it back.
Nico Morales worried he would never find love. Then he went online and found his "soulmate," Latoya Jolly, who also has Asperger's syndrome.