CNN's management has taken an aggressive stance against attacks from President Donald Trump after the network was sent explosive devices from a man who allegedly targeted Trump's perceived enemies.
By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
The FBI said via its Twitter account that the recovered package was "similar in appearance to others" and confirms the announcement earlier in the day by CNN President Jeff Zucker, who said a suspicious parcel being sent to the network…
She told reporters Thursday there's a big difference between "comments made and actions taken."…
Trump says he received a briefing from federal officials earlier Wednesday on what he called the "despicable acts." He says that "a major federal investigation" is now underway.
By Julie Bykowicz and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Republican donors paid $35,000 apiece to hear familiar a message from President Donald Trump: The media, particularly CNN, keep trying to take him down, and yet Republicans just keep on winning elections.
By David Bauder, Associated Press
President Donald Trump used the resignations of three CNN journalists involved in a retracted Russia-related story to resume his attack on the network's credibility Tuesday.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, the death toll from Saturday’s deadly attack on London Bridge rose to eight after police recovered the body of a 45-year-old Frenchman who had been missing. Authorities also made an additional arrest. Also, President Trump…
On Tuesday evening, CNN reported unsubstantiated claims that Russian intelligence compiled a dossier on the president-elect during his visits to Moscow; BuzzFeed later published 35 pages of content from the alleged dossier. But Mr. Trump dismissed the developments as “fake…
On Wednesday, the president-elect gave his first news conference in six months, from New York. During the session, he described his intention to quickly repeal and replace Obamacare, blasted reports that Russia has compromising intelligence on him and dismissed CNN…
By Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Will they or won't they? Mostly, they won't.
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