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Beto O'Rourke: Current approach to guns no longer works
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke talks to CNN's Chris Cuomo about criticism of his proposed mandatory gun-buyback program for assault-style rifles. #CNN #News
US Navy confirms UFO videos are the real deal
The US Navy has confirmed that certain UFO videos made public over the past several years do indeed show "unidentified aerial phenomena." #CNN #News
Chelsea Handler: Trump is a perfect example of white privilege
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with comedian Chelsea Handler who confronts white privilege head-on in her new documentary. #CNN #News
Phil Mudd: Not job of US intelligence to report on White House
CNN analyst Phil Mudd responds following a report from The Washington Post revealing President Donald Trump's communications with a foreign leader sparked the whistleblower complaint that has led the acting director of national intelligence to agree to testify amid a showdown with Congress. #CNN #News
Fareed: Fundamental incoherence to Trump's foreign policy
CNN's Fareed Zakaria reacts to the conflicting signals from President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over the attacks on an oil field in Saudi Arabia. #CNN #News
Pompeo says attack on Saudi oil field is 'act of war'
As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Saudi leaders about the attack on a major oil field, President Trump appointed Robert O'Brien as his acting national security adviser. CNN's Barbara Starr reports. #CNN #News
Brad Pitt opens up: I was running
Actor Brad Pitt talks with CNN's Christiane Amanpour about masculinity, loneliness and his relationship with alcohol. #CNN #News
Lewandowski: I have no obligation to be honest with media
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski said he has "no obligation" to tell the truth to the media while acknowledging that he had not told the truth when asked earlier this year about his interactions with President Donald Trump. #CNN #News
Sandy Hook mom talks to CNN about her group's shocking PSA
The nonprofit Sandy Hook Promise launched a "back to school" PSA to raise awareness about school shootings. CNN's Alisyn Camerota talks about the ad with the group's managing director Nicole Hockley, whose 6-year-old son Dylan was killed at Sandy Hook Elementary school in 2012. #CNN #News
Israeli exit polls showing an extremely tight race
Israeli exit poll projections show the country's longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, and former military chief, Benny Gantz, locked in a tight race. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports. #CNN #News
Legal analyst: Lewandowski was a train wreck of a witness
During a discussion on CNN Tonight, CNN legal analyst Elie Honig described former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski as a "train wreck of a witness" when he testified to the House Judiciary Committee. #CNN #News
Burnett: Neither side looked good during Lewandowski hearing
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) about his heated exchange with former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski during testimony in front of the House Judiciary Committee. #CNN #News
Yale graduate and former Wall Street banker is now homeless
CNN's Dan Simon speaks with Shawn Pleasants, a Yale graduate and former Wall Street banker and entrepreneur who is now part of the country's homeless population living in California. #CNN #News
Watch how the Lewandowski hearing went off the rails
Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski frustrated Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) during questioning before the House Judiciary Committee. #CNN #News
Authors walk through NYT Brett Kavanaugh story that caused backlash
Kate Kelly and Robin Pogrebin, authors of new book "The Education of Brett Kavanaugh," walk through the new allegations detailed in the book against Kavanaugh and explain why their article was published in the Opinion section of the New York Times. #CNN #News
Could Brett Kavanaugh be impeached?
A new book detailing sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has brought the controversy that dominated his nomination hearings back to the political forefront. As Democrats call for Kavanaugh’s impeachment, Chris Cillizza explains what that process would look like and what is the likelihood of it happening. #
Man who Trump called 'my African-American' leaves GOP
Gregory Cheadle, the man then presidential candidate Donald Trump referred to as "my African-American" in 2016, shares why he's leaving the Republican party with CNN's Don Lemon. #CNN #News
Anderson Cooper shows how Trump contradicts himself on Iran
CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses the threat President Donald Trump directed at Iran over the suspicion that the country is behind the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities. #CNN #News
Burnett: Trump loves to issue threats then do nothing
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) about President Donald Trump's history of issuing threats to foreign powers and not following through, amid threats made to Iran after an attack on Saudi Arabia oil facilities. #CNN #News
Prosecutors subpoena eight years of Trump tax returns
New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance's office has subpoenaed eight years of President Donald Trump's tax returns from Mazars USA, the longtime accounting firm to Trump and the Trump Organization, as part of its investigation into hush money payments, according to a person familiar with the matter. #CNN #News
Why Jackie Robinson once said he could not salute the flag
Jackie Robinson's daughter, Sharon Robinson, talks to CNN's Ana Cabrera about her new book, "Child of the Dream." She remembers her father as a civil rights activist, and explains why he wrote in his autobiography that he had a difficult time saluting the American flag as a "black man in a white world."
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer publisher tried to extort him
In an explosive tell-all blog post published Thursday, Jeff Bezos accused the publisher of the National Enquirer of trying to extort him. The post by Bezos on the blogging platform Medium revealed what he said were the full text of emails his representatives got from executives at AMI, the publisher of the National Enquirer. Bezos, the billionaire founder an
Where to watch all best picture Oscar nominees
Based on a true story, director Spike Lee's film -- which seeks to connect the past to the present -- focuses on an African-American undercover cop (John David Washington) who, with the help of a white colleague (Adam Driver), infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s. Oscar nominations: actor in a supporting role, adapted screenplay, best picture, directing, film editing, original score Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube, FandangoNow
Skiing World Championships: 5 talking points for Sweden showpiece
It's ski racing's biggest event outside the Olympics and comes with the cachet of a world title to wear with pride for the next two years. Alpine skiing's FIS World Championships take place in Are, Sweden over the next two weeks with legends to be forged, names to be made and scores to be settled. The event will also mark the end of an era -- American great Lindsey Vonn will retire from ski racing after Sunday's downhill because of the ravages the sport and its spills have taken on her body over the years. And fellow speedster Aksel Lund Svindal, Norway's Olympic downhill champion, is also bowing out following an illustrious but injury-plagued career. But very much at the top of their games are slalom specialists Mikaela Shiffrin and Marcel Hirscher, both bidding to add more gloss to glittering careers and defend the world titles they won in St. Moritz, Switzerland two years ago. Here's the top-five talking points for skiing's World Championships.
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