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"I've been critical of their attacks on the US-Israel relationship," says @RepSchneider, of Reps. Omar and Tlaib. But he calls banning them "an unforced error, unnecessary, and will do more damage than any chance of protecting Israel's reputation."
.@RepTedLieu on Lewandowski’s subpoena: “Corey Lewandowski sent out a tweet that emphasized he was a private citizen. I'm glad he did that, because executive privilege does not apply to private citizens. I look forward to him testifying before the House Judiciary Committee."
In recent years, the US government has authorized millions of dollars' worth of military and defense equipment exports to the government of Hong Kong, equipment that includes "toxicological agents" such as "tear gases and riot control agents"
.@RepTedLieu on Ambassador Friedman supporting Israel banning Rep. Tlaib from visiting: “It is outrageous that the US government is working against having an American go visit a relative in Israel... I think he should resign."
Russia maintains secrecy after apparent nuclear powered missile explosion. @BrianToddCNN reports.
"Obama Avenue would serve a dual purpose…The man who rose to fame by spraying his name on everything imaginable…would find that every letter that hits his desk includes the name of the man he slandered to gain office" | Michael D'Antonio for @CNNOpinion
Rep. Madeleine Dean on Israel barring Reps. Tlaib and Omar from visiting: “Why would you want to bar two duly elected members of Congress? It's wrongheaded by our President in extraordinarily dangerous ways, and… I think it's a mistake by Prime Minister Netanyahu.”
While Congress is on recess, two gun control groups are mobilizing to increase pressure on senators to pass legislation in the wake of two mass shootings, with rallies in all 50 states and nearly $1 million on ads against a handful of Republican lawmakers
President Trump suggested building more mental institutions to deal with mass shooters
A "To All The Boys" sequel will debut in time for Valentine's Day
The Environmental Protection Agency is reconsidering its recent decision to continue allowing so-called cyanide bombs to kill pests like coyotes and foxes
The two Democratic congresswomen who've been denied entry into Israel responded to the decision by sharply criticizing the Israeli government for preventing their tour. Rep. Ilhan Omar called the decision "an affront" and "an insult to democratic values."
Microplastics have polluted Alpine snow and Arctic ice, researchers say. How'd they get there? A new study posits that the tiny bits of plastic become airborne and, when swept up into the Earth's atmosphere, can be transported virtually around the globe.
While she continues to leave the door open to impeachment, Nancy Pelosi continues to seek a more deliberative approach than many liberals in her party are seeking
The top federal prosecutor in Philadelphia lashed out at his local counterpart in an extraordinary statement, blaming DA Larry Krasner, and the progressive criminal justice efforts he has pushed, for precipitating a standoff between police and a shooter
Hope Hicks' attorney told the House Judiciary Committee that the former White House communications director does not need to clarify her testimony, after FBI documents related to Michael Cohen's case released last month raised questions about her answers
President Trump will deliver remarks at a reelection rally in New Hampshire tonight -- a state he narrowly lost to Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in 2016
A former IRS analyst pleaded guilty to leaking former Trump lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen's bank records to celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti
The explosions of stars are some of the most stunning and powerful phenomena seen in the universe. But a recently observed supernova clashes with the models for the death of massive stars.
"As India celebrates 73 years of independence, Deputy Secretary Sullivan and Acting Secretary Wells must make clear that a communications blackout is unacceptable for the world's largest democracy," write Michael De Dora and Aliya Iftikhar for @CNNOpinion
New Mexico's Rio Arriba County has one of the highest drug overdose death rates in the country. Artist Roger Montoya is making sure young people can find a different path through his nonprofit, which provides arts classes, free meals, tutoring and support.
Israel has barred Reps. Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar from visiting the country. "An unprecedented step," reports @OrenCNN.
Watch the moment a group of kayakers narrowly missed sandstone cliffs collapsing into the water just yards in front of them on Lake Superior in Michigan. Nature photographers happened to capture the moment on camera.
Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar on gun reform: “I think you've got a sea change, and so I don't concede that we're not going to take back the Senate, especially if [Republicans] keep resisting all these commonsense measures that the vast majority of American people support."
President Trump is "literally exporting intolerance,” says presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar on Israel barring Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting the country. “You don’t ban them from visiting Israel. That makes you weaker, not stronger.”
This 89-year-old grandma told her grandson she regretted how few trips she took in her life. So now he's taking her to all 61 national parks.
Tonight's business headlines: ▪ US stocks struggle for direction ▪ Walmart raises earnings forecasts after Q2 results ▪ GE shares plunge on fraud allegations ▪ Hong Kong announces $2.4 billion in stimulus ▪ New FAA chief briefed on Boeing crisis
General Electric sank 11.3% after an accounting investigator accused the troubled company of financial fraud. GE strongly denied the allegations.
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The Dow closed in positive territory on Thursday, a day after an 800-point loss, the worst of 2019. The Dow was up nearly 100 points, a gain of 0.4%. The S&P 500 closed up 0.2% and the Nasdaq finished down 0.1%.
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Scientists have been anticipating the James Webb Space Telescope, and it's set to launch in 2021. While planet-hunting satellite TESS has been seeking exoplanets, Webb will take a closer look at a selection of exoplanets to peer inside their atmospheres.
Children from a church group were playing in a creek in Ohio when one of their leaders spotted a 7-foot-long crocodile swimming nearby
Philadelphia police handled the shootout perfectly | By James A. Gagliano for @CNNOpinion
Israel's ban on Omar and Tlaib is a big mistake | By @FridaGhitis for @CNNOpinion
"Toy Story 4" has crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office. The animated Pixar film is the fifth billion dollar release for Disney this year. The studio is now the record holder for the most billion-dollar movies in a single year.
EXCLUSIVE: New documents reveal behind-the-scenes clash over spending for Trump's inauguration
The two Democratic congresswomen who have been denied entry into Israel responded to the decision by sharply criticizing the Israeli government for preventing their tour
"I thought, why not make it a petition, and just see if we could honestly troll the troll king." Elizabeth Rowin created a petition to rename the street in front of Trump Tower "President Barack H. Obama Avenue," after the President's predecessor.
The mayor of El Paso, Texas, said President Trump called him "a RINO" -- an acronym for "Republican in name only" -- in a private meeting during the President's visit to the city in the wake of a mass shooting that left 22 dead
Dale Earnhardt Jr, famed NASCAR driver and auto racing analyst, and his wife were involved in a private jet crash in eastern Tennessee and were uninjured, officials say
A lawsuit claims Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown failed to pay a chef's bill of nearly $40,000
"He's worried, and he should be," says @AlexisGlick, on President Trump and the trade war with China. "The number one thing we can do is calm the rhetoric down...and figure out how together, we can create a free trade environment."
July was Earth's hottest month on record, according to NOAA. Nine of the 10 warmest Julys have occurred since 2005, with the past five years being the five warmest on record.
The 1968 Ford Mustang GT from the Steve McQueen thriller "Bullitt" will hit the auction block in January
Summer isn't over yet, and in North Dakota, the bright fields of sunflowers are just reaching their peak
"If the economy falls apart, it's hard to see how President Trump wins reelection," writes @julianzelizer for @CNNOpinion
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved a new treatment for highly drug-resistant tuberculosis, offering new hope in the fight against the world's most deadly infectious disease
Prominent pro-Israel group AIPAC splits with Trump and Netanyahu, backs visit by Omar and Tlaib to Israel
The woman was skydiving near Trois-Rivières, Quebec, when her main and backup parachutes failed to open. She plummeted into a wooded area and is in the hospital with several fractures, including broken vertebrae.
A 1965 Aston Martin DB5, inextricably linked to "James Bond," is up for auction. It's one of three surviving models of its kind.
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