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The White House correspondent asked the president, "Why do you keep hiring people that you believe are wackos and liars?"
Attorney General William Barr defended the use of force against peaceful protesters in D.C.
The suit claims that cinematographer Greg St. Johns harassed, discriminated against and retaliated against crew members on the show for 14 years.
President Donald Trump became angry and abruptly ended a news conference after telling a Chinese-American reporter to “ask China” for an answer to her question and refusing to hear from a CNN reporter he had just called on to speak.
The show said Trump's administration defunded, for political reasons, a nonprofit engaged in potentially lifesaving research about coronaviruses.
"We don’t really know if it’s helpful in this case," the actor said of her treatment with the malaria drug chloroquine.
The 54-year-old cancer survivor, who for decades helped the network deliver breaking news, had been on medical leave for an unrelated issue since February.
"What is wrong with you?" journalist Soledad O'Brien tweeted about the program's coverage of the Navy SEAL.
Snoop Dogg attacked Gayle King for bringing up Kobe Bryant’s sexual assault case and added, “Free Bill Cosby.”
“The last time someone touched me without my say-so was when I was kidnapped, and I froze,” the Utah kidnapping and rape survivor told "CBS This Morning."