The latest fallout from the release of the redacted Mueller report. We get the scoop.
"Bill Barr intercepted the pass and concluded on it, but I don't think he was correct," King said. "But the question now before us is what do we do?"
The Mueller report — a day later. What we’ve learned from the newly released and redacted version and what it means. And, all the rest of the week’s news.
The Mueller report is out. Redacted by the Justice Department, shipped up to Congress and released to the public. We break it down in a special live evening broadcast.
The Mueller will be released Thursday morning. We lay out what's at stake politically and legally.
What will the redacted Mueller report from Attorney General William Barr tell us about the two-year investigation?
"We've got the commander in chief attacking the safety of a public official and fanning the flames of white supremacy, where he is endangering Rep. Omar," Rep. Andy Levin, D-Mich.,...
Former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld is running for president. Has Trump's team already put roadblocks in place to make any challenge impossible?
The president versus a first-term congresswoman. He singles out Rep. Ilhan Omar, who has been a lightning rod in her own right.
After years and years of budget cuts, the IRS is leaner and meaner. A ProPublica investigation reveals who wins and who loses when a crucial agency is slashed.
Marianne Williamson has joined the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination for president. She says the country needs a spiritual and moral leader.
Julian Assange arrested. A purge in Homeland Security. An Attorney General, grilled. A big vote in Israel. Guilty pleas and more in the college cheating scandal.
Former CNN White House correspondent Jessica Yellin sends up the TV news business in a novel way.
President Trump wants his allies Stephen Moore and Herman Cain to join the Federal Reserve. Are politics and monetary policy on a collision course?
Public intellectual Irshad Manji has a provocative suggestion for her fellow progressives: To heal American divides, stop shaming, she says, and start listening.
Wayne Messam, mayor of Miramar, Florida, is officially running for president for 2020. We hear more about his vision for the office.
The Department of Homeland Security is facing major staffing shakeups with the resignation of DHS secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and removal of Secret Service director Randolph Alles.
#MeToo, "personal space" and Joe Biden. Democrats target Trump’s taxes. White House whistleblower calls out security clearances. The roundtable is here.
Her road from Chicago to the White House — our conversation with Obama senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.
America’s public lands are being leased for oil and gas speculation for less than a cup of coffee per acre. We look at the push and the pushback.