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The separation of undocumented parents and kids is an emotive and politically unpredictable test for Trump
The White House's "zero tolerance" immigration policy and resulting separations of undocumented parents and kids is exploding into the most emotive and politically unpredictable test yet of President Donald Trump's effort to change the character of America.

Anthony Scaramucci to Trump: Stop listening to your advisers
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci says President Trump needs to put an end to the practice of separating undocumented children from their parents "today."

Laura Bush and Melania Trump weigh in on child separation
Former first lady Laura Bush spoke out Sunday night about the separation of families on the US border, writing a harsh criticism of the current zero-tolerance immigration policy being enforced under the Trump administration.

These Republicans have criticized the 'zero tolerance' policy
The Trump administration's immigration "zero tolerance" policy that result in the separation of thousands of children from their families stoked outrage over the weekend, and several prominent Republicans sounded off.

Trump's tweets about separations (and falsely blames Democrats)

Hayden compares Trump administration practice to Nazis
Michael Hayden, a former director of the CIA and the National Security Agency under presidents of both parties, compared the Trump administration's practice of separating families to Nazi Germany in a tweet.

Inside detention center: Chain link fence and thermal blankets
Chain link fences, mattresses on the floor and families queuing to be processed -- and oftentimes separated. These are the photos of the processing detention center in McAllen, Texas, that the Customs and Border Protection agency wants you to see.

Court sidesteps partisan gerrymandering cases
The Supreme Court has issued a ruling in a Wisconsin political gerrymandering case.

FBI agent says he's willing to talk to Congress
Peter Strzok, the FBI agent removed from the Russia probe for sending anti-Trump text messages, is willing to testify before the House Judiciary Committee or any other congressional committee, his lawyer wrote in a letter to the committee on Saturday.

Lawmaker to Trump: Cease and desist
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) and Rep. David Cicilline (D-RI) were among the group of Democrats who toured an immigration facility in McAllen, Texas, and some of the voices calling on President Donald Trump to end the practice of separating children from their family.

What life in jail is like for Paul Manafort
Just before dusk on Friday, a white van pulled into Northern Neck Regional Jail, a green-roofed, low-slung building about three miles from the bank of the Rappahannock River in Virginia.

Former Trump operative met with Russian who wanted $2 million for Clinton dirt
Conservative political provocateur Roger Stone in 2016 met with a Russian who offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton in exchange for $2 million, Stone told The Washington Post.

Columnist: Trump should fall to his knees
Opinion columnist Brent Budowsky says President Trump should fall to his knees and pray for forgiveness for the "cruel punishment he is imposing on the children" by separating immigrant kids from their families at US border.

India moves ahead with tariffs on US goods

Opinion: Trump beats Obama at lying
Even the harshest critics of Donald Trump have to concede that the President excels at one thing -- lying. And he does so far more than his predecessor ever dared to. As the Washington Post recently quantified, Trump has served up over 3,000 lies or misleading statements since taking office, which comes out to a dizzying rate of 6.5 every single day.

Meghan Markle 'cried' over dad missing wedding, he says
The Duchess of Sussex's father, Thomas Markle, says his daughter cried when he told her he would not be able to attend her wedding to Prince Harry.

Markle's dad: I talked to Prince Harry about Trump
Watch Meghan Markle's father describe a conversation he says he had with Prince Harry about US President Donald Trump, in an interview with ITV's Good Morning Britain.

Audi CEO arrested in emissions probe

Earthquake kills at least 3 in Japan
Strong earthquakes have struck Ring of Fire nations Japan and Guatemala within hours of each other.

WHO: 'Gaming disorder' is a health condition
Watching as a video game ensnares their child, many a parent has grumbled about "digital heroin," likening the flashing images to one of the world's most addictive substances.

Parents billed after kid drops $132K statue
The parents of a 5-year old are on the hook for a steep bill after their son toppled a statue worth $132,000.

He's the first cancer patient to go to trial arguing a popular weed killer made him sick
On bad days, Dewayne Johnson is too crippled to speak. Lesions often cover as much as 80% of his body.

A Walmart shopper is accused of making more than 1,000 fake returns
A 23-year-old Walmart shopper is accused of making fraudulent returns at more than 1,000 of the chain's stores across the country.

Reporter: I'm not sorry for my WH outburst
Political analyst Brian Karem tells CNN's Brian Stelter he is not sorry for an outburst against White House press secretary Sarah Sanders during a White House press briefing.

Mickelson's wife says he almost quit the US Open

Seizure warning issued for 'Incredibles 2'
After some viewers posted on social media that Disney's "Incredibles 2" triggered seizures for people with epilepsy, the movie studio has issued a new warning before the start of the film.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z drop joint album
Beyoncé has retained her title as queen of the surprise music drop.

'Idol' McCreery weds high school sweetheart

Sweden ruins South Korea's World Cup opener

CNN anchor to analyst: You're lying to my face
A panel discussion gets heated when CNN's Don Lemon asks former Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes about President Donald Trump's false accusation that Democrats are to blame for his administration's practice of separating families at the US-Mexico border.

Cornell's daughter sings their Prince duet

Golfer loses over $200K on last hole of US Open

Serial killer reveals why he killed 17 women
CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with Joel Rifkin, a former landscaper who murdered 17 women during the 1990s.

Forget your 401k if you own a home (do this)

Ford to remake Detroit's most famous ruin

An iconic US company is dismantling its empire

Bitcoin could bring internet to a halt, report warns

Wall Street is winning big from merger mania

This therapy may help autism and PTSD. Why isn't it used more?

Horseback riding taught a CNN anchor life lessons

The healing power of horses
CNN anchor Fredricka Whitfield's love for horseback riding drew her to Special Equestrians of Georgia where horses help people with PTSD. Watch Champions for Change Sat. June 23 at 8pET on CNN.

MTV Movie & TV Awards: Photos from the red carpet
See what celebrities wore at this year's MTV Movie & TV Awards in Santa Monica, California.

What a shot! 20 amazing sports photos
Take a look at 20 amazing sports photos from June 10 through June 17.

Ceiling collapses onto crowded escalator
Cameras caught the moment a ceiling collapsed over a crowded escalator in China, injuring at least nine people.

Giant sequoias have been spruced up
Some of the largest living things on Earth are housed in California's Yosemite National Park.

Self-driving cars. Scooters. The future of commuting to work is here

Germany's World Cup team symbolizes country's political divide
The warm weather in Berlin is the perfect backdrop for a repeat "Summer Fairytale" this World Cup season. That 2006 documentary captured a confident nation enthralled with the diversity and potential of its football team. Now, Germany's World Cup champions symbolize the country's doubts over identity -- a consequence of letting in nearly a million asylum seekers in 2015 and frustration over the EU's lack of cooperation on refugees.

The myth of the all-powerful Trump
The votes were not even fully counted in the South Carolina First Congressional District primary before the verdict was decided. Congressman Mark Sanford, a frequent critic of President Donald Trump, had lost to uber Trump supporter Katie Arrington. His loss was about far more than his election -- it was a warning that any Republican critical of Trump will face a firing squad from Republican primary voters.

Putin can't wait for his next photo-op with Trump
Every week, I offer a glimpse of the kind of intelligence assessments that are likely to come across the desk of the president of the United States.

Trump's zero-tolerance policy is un-American
Imagine an Immigration and Customs Enforcement official telling an undocumented immigrant mother waiting to request asylum that he is going to take her child to bathe or to get something to eat.

The proper way to view Trump Foundation scandal
Forget about Donald Trump for a moment.

Elizabeth Holmes' disastrous error
In 2004, Elizabeth Holmes was on top of the world. She'd left Stanford after her second year to join the ranks of Silicon Valley's next-generation start-up pioneers.

Fed decides to RAISE rates - Refinance Now!

2018's Best CD's

5 cards charging 0% interest until nearly 2020

Analysis: Why Donald Trump's wild week matters. A lot.
Here are some of the things Donald Trump did in a week that at first appeared to be an incoherent torrent of unrelated events but may end up being one of the most significant of his presidency:

Democratic lawmakers angry with what they saw in South Texas
The first thing everyone notices when they arrive at the Rio Grande Valley is the heat.

Judge rejects request by Russian firm to review Mueller's grand jury instructions
Special counsel Robert Mueller's team scored a procedural victory Friday in its case against a Russian company accused of bankrolling a vast campaign to meddle in the 2016 election, successfully fighting back an effort to review the instructions given to grand jury before it indicted the company.

Trump's legal team emboldened by IG report
President Donald Trump's attorneys, armed with the Department of Justice inspector general's report excoriating former FBI Director James Comey, now believe they can challenge any effort by the special counsel to pursue a subpoena seeking the President's testimony on obstruction of justice, according to sources familiar with their thinking.

Democrats set earlier 2020 convention date
Democrats will hold their convention in 2020 earlier than they have in more than two decades, Democratic operatives tell CNN, partly out of anticipation of a crowded and contentious primary.

Diabetes after 50 could be early sign of pancreatic cancer
The onset of diabetes after the age of 50 could be an early sign of pancreatic cancer, a new study suggests.

Scientists edit heart muscle gene in stem cells to predict risk
In our human genome, there are many elusive genetic variants related to medical conditions, but the impact of these variants to actually cause a disease has not been conclusively determined -- or ruled out.

Two years ago, this radio man lost this voice -- it hasn't returned
If you're scanning through radio stations, you may soon hear a familiar but oddly mechanical voice reporting the latest news from Capitol Hill.

Why the old way of parenting no longer works
Every couple of years a book or article arrives diagnosing parents with catastrophic spinelessness. The power pyramid has been inverted, they warn, and the children are in, and therefore out of, control.

Fewer teens having sex and using drugs, CDC finds
Among US teens, sex and drugs are on the decline but suicide ideation and bullying are not, according to a new report from the CDC's Youth Risk Behavior Survey.

Seth Rogen's North Korean deja vu
Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg admitted that they experienced a sense of déjà vu watching coverage of the President Trump-Kim Jong Un summit, with the latter saying that the exchange was a case of "life imitating art a little too much."

'Tag' has moments but doesn't leave a mark
"Tag" is, improbably, "inspired by" a true story, which adds zest to this screwball comedy. The creative liberties, however, quickly begin feeling less and less tethered to reality, yielding sporadic but diminishing bouts of just-okay fun that ultimately don't leave much of a mark, as the idea lacks the heft to sustain a whole movie.

Vanderbilt estate lights up with Chihuly

See the world's first gigapixel photoshoot