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Francine Graham was an occasional babysitter in the West Harlem housing project where she grew up and former neighbors still remember her as polite and caring.
In 1974, at the height of the Watergate investigation of President Richard Nixon, the House Judiciary Committee asked Yale historian C. Vann Woodward to prepare a comprehensive account of misconduct by all American presidents from George Washington to Lyndon Johnson. Woodward assembled a star-studded team of American historians who proceeded to deliver a book-length report in record time. Entitled "Response of the Presidents to Charges of Misconduct," it provided the most comprehensive account of presidential misdeeds ever assembled. The goal was to recover the historical context within which Nixon's behavior could be most fairly and fully assessed.
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Greta Thunberg, 16-year-old climate activist and the youngest person to win Time's Person of the Year, says she is taking a break. Time's environmental writer Justin Worland talks how Thunberg has changed the discussion around the climate crisis.
Former Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin issued hundreds of pardons and commutations of sentence in his final days in office after his November defeat to Democrat Andy Beshear, some of which are for violent offenses.
• Opinion: Every president since Washington has been accused of misconduct, but Trump's is off the chart
Each morning, 4-month-old Georgina Addison's parents turn her hearing aids on, and video of her reacting to her mother's voice has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on Twitter. Watch "Full Circle" weeknights at 5 p.m. ET.
• Ex-Breitbart Editor: Stephen Miller is a white supremacist. I know, I was one too.
Former Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been sentenced to two years in a correctional facility after being found guilty of corruption and illegitimate possession of foreign currency.
You're going to hear about a lot of supposed lessons that can be applied to the 2020 US elections from the 2019 United Kingdom elections.
President Donald Trump's senior aides have further restricted the number of administration officials allowed to listen to the President's phone calls with foreign leaders since his July 25 call with Ukraine's President was revealed and became the centerpiece of the impeachment inquiry, according to multiple White House sources in a new CNN report.
Guillaume Debré didn't know how to break it to his young daughters and has yet to show them a photograph of the swastika. "They are markings on sacred stones, that spell out hate and in this country, we understand what that means and what it can lead to," he says.
In the late 1970s, Linda Ronstadt was the biggest female rock star in America. She had a string of platinum records, she packed concert halls and her wide-eyed beauty graced magazine covers across the country.
The man accused of slapping a news reporter on the backside while she was reporting live in Savannah, Georgia, last week has been arrested and charged with sexual battery, according to her employer, CNN affiliate WSAV.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has rejected the bankruptcy reorganization plan proposed by utility giant Pacific Gas and Electric, saying that the proposal would not result in a "company positioned to provide safe, reliable and affordable service to its customers."
When Mario Arreola-Botello was pulled over, he didn't understand much of what the Oregon police officer was telling him.
Soccer star Megan Rapinoe talks to CNN's Don Lemon about her decision to endorse Sen. Elizabeth Warren for president in 2020.
Myron Gardner and Galen Alexander, two of the Georgetown University basketball players accused of burglary earlier this month, are transferring from the school, according to statements by the school, Gardner's attorney and Alexander himself via social media.
An attorney was reported missing in Atlanta earlier this week was injured in a car wreck and died at a local hospital, the South Fulton Police Department said Friday in a press release.
Danny Aiello, the Brooklyn-born, Oscar-nominated character actor who died at 86 Thursday, was, among many things, a paradigm of the late bloomer and an inspiration for anybody who believes their best selves are never far removed from discovery, no matter how old they are.
• Slain Barnard student 'was committed to music. It was her art form'
New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell declared a state of emergency Friday after the city was hit by a cyberattack.
Supreme Court will decide whether the President can keep his financial records secret
Sally Field was the latest star to join Jane Fonda's weekly climate protests. She left Friday's rainy demonstration in front of the Capitol in plastic cable tie handcuffs.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made a very bold statement on Thursday during an interview with Sean Hannity on Fox News. Although Senate Republicans are supposed to be part of a jury hearing the evidence from the House managers, the majority leader bluntly stated that he would be in "total coordination" with the White House on the trial strategy.
Dave McAdams and his wife, Tina, opened their coffee shop in Oak Grove, Oregon, a year ago, but he's been an active part of the community for years as a youth pastor, a baseball coach, the Rotary Club and even the Portland Ghostbusters group.
The internet is falling in love with a physics professor at Tidewater Community College in Virginia Beach, Virginia, after his students tweeted videos of his lessons. CNN affiliate WTKR reports.
YouTube channels posing as American news outlets racked up millions of views on false and inflammatory videos over several months this year, all with the help of YouTube's recommendation engine.
On Monday, President Donald Trump lost round two in his bid to keep his tax returns away from the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, which is currently investigating Trump and others in connection with the hush money payments made to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal in 2016.
The Supreme Court said Friday it will consider whether the House and a New York prosecutor can subpoena President Donald Trump's longtime accounting firm and banks for his financial records, two monumental disputes concerning separation of powers and Trump's broad claims of immunity that will be decided in the heart of the presidential campaign.
Democrats should be paying close attention to the Labour Party's brutal beating in the UK elections last night.
CNN's Brooke Baldwin responds to President Donald Trump's Twitter attacks on 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg.
I believe Nancy Pelosi.
Boris Johnson urged a message of unity for the UK in his first speech as Prime Minister since securing a majority in the UK's 2019 election. Watch the full address at 10 Downing Street.
Caroline Flack, the presenter of hit British reality TV show "Love Island," has been charged with assault, police confirmed on Friday.
Qantas is choosing Airbus over Boeing as a partner to fly the world's longest passenger routes. It's yet another blow to the embattled American aircraft maker, which continues to weather fallout from the 737 Max crisis.
For the past 50 years, 80-year-old Army veteran Jim Annis spends the holidays making wooden toys for children in need. CNN affiliate WTVD's Akilah Davis reports.
It looks like something straight out of a James Bond movie, but this concept might just signal that the future of superyachts is sub-aquatic.
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In an interview on Fox News, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said there was "no chance" President Trump would be removed from office after an impeachment trial in the Senate.
A CNN panel debates a tweet by President Donald Trump attacking climate activist Greta Thunberg after she was named Time magazine's Person of the Year.
"Six words describe a real American: 'Gee, I guess I was wrong.' When's the last time you said that within someone else's hearing?"
From Toronto to France, here are a few destination-worthy Christmas markets
Security footage captures the moment when a salt truck plunges into Chicago's Lake Michigan. The two men inside the truck managed to escape without incident. CNN affiliate WLS' Karen Jordan reports.
A man saved his neighbor's dog after its leash got caught in an elevator door on Monday and their apartment security cameras captured the rescue.
Security footage shows a Texas man leap into action and save his neighbor's Pomeranian after its leash got caught in elevator doors.
Technology is a blessing and a curse for the modern office worker. Lightning-fast computers make the impossible possible. But constant distraction and friction slows work down.
IHOP, known for booth seating, table service and, of course, pancakes, is trying something a little different — a new restaurant concept called Flip'd by IHOP.
A shopping bag steals the show at the impeachment hearings. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports the reusable bag is the new briefcase.
Netflix executives have repeatedly said the company will not run ads to generate more revenue. But with competition getting more intense, one Wall Street analyst thinks Netflix should offer a cheaper ad-supported service.
After a man tried to steal a woman's wheelchair from under her, a group of bystanders stepped in and successfully wrestled the wheelchair back from him.
Host Steve Harvey blamed the teleprompter after being involved in a mix-up during the 2019 Miss Universe pageant broadcast.
President Donald Trump has made his contempt for judges known. But when it comes to his fights with the Democratic members of Congress, the courts and the unhurried wheels of justice have been his ally.
President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court Thursday to block a subpoena for his financial documents, arguing that the House exceeded its authority when it ordered Trump's longtime accounting firm Mazars USA to turn over his personal records.
CNN's Chris Cillizza says President Donald Trump has constructed a narrative in which he clawed his way to the top by sheer will. The New York Times released a story that calls that narrative into question. Were Trump's financial successes heavily funded by his father Fred? (Spoiler alert: Yes.)