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Top policy adviser Stephen Miller indicated the President would cast his first veto to sustain the declaration of a national emergency
President Donald Trump's allies are mounting a stiff defense of his declaration of a national emergency amid increasing signs that the biggest threat to his border wall now comes not from Congress, but the courts.

Trump adviser hints at President's strategy
In an interview with Fox News' Chris Wallace, senior adviser to the President Stephen Miller hinted that President Trump might be willing to use his veto power to try to stop a resolution.

Trump is 'daring the courts,' Schiff says
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff said Sunday the national emergency President Donald Trump announced is unconstitutional because he declared the emergency when "Congress explicitly rejected" the money for the wall on the southern border in the funding package.

Schiff: This will be moment of truth for GOP
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) speaks to CNN's Dana Bash about the national emergency President Donald Trump announced.

Opinion: Trump's declaration is a threat to US security
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, modeled on the President's Daily Briefing, or PDB, which the director of national intelligence prepares for the President almost daily.

Acting defense secretary will review programs to cut for funding
Acting US Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said, beginning Sunday, he will start studying which projects military money may come from to shift funds toward a border wall following President Donald Trump's national emergency declaration.

The other times a president declared a national emergency

Baldwin responds to Trump's 'SNL' tweet
Alec Baldwin, the actor who plays President Trump on "SNL," is responding to the president's latest shot at the show.

Opinion: Trump's 'SNL' attack crosses line
On Friday, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency because, as he put it, there's a "national security crisis on our border" marked by "an invasion of our country with drugs, with human traffickers, with all types of criminals and gangs." With that type of calamity bearing down on our nation, you would expect Trump to be laser focused on the threat in the days that followed.

Japan's Abe refuses to deny that he nominated Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has refused to deny that he nominated US President Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in helping to ease tensions with North Korea.

Trump's 'own words' prompted counterintelligence probe, McCabe says
Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe outlined on Sunday the reasons top officials decided to open a counterintelligence probe and obstruction of justice investigation into President Donald Trump.

Anthony Weiner has been released from federal prison
Anthony Weiner has been released from federal prison and is serving out the rest of his sentence in a halfway house, records show.

Trump tells Europe to take back ISIS fighters, warns they could be released
In a series of tweets, President Donald Trump has said European countries should take back and put on trial hundreds of ISIS fighters who have been captured in Syria.

Opinion: Why Joe Biden shouldn't run
Former Vice President Joe Biden is not the right Democratic candidate for 2020. And yet, he may soon enter the Democratic race.

Awkward silence after Pence mentions Trump
Vice President Mike Pence was met with an awkward silence after mentioning President Trump at a security conference in Munich.

Opinion: Mount Rushmore isn't changing yet
"I didn't need to do this."

Aurora shooting victim's wife says he texted 'I love you'
The day after Valentine's Day, Terra Pinkard received a final text message from the love of her life.

NYPD reviews alleged threat by police commander against rapper 50 Cent
The New York Police Department is investigating allegations that a precinct commander threatened rapper and actor 50 Cent, NYPD Sgt. Jessica McRorie told CNN Sunday.

Parents of Kelsey Berreth believe she was killed in a custody dispute
It's been almost three months since Kelsey Berreth's toddler has seen her mom. Three months since anyone has seen the Colorado mother alive.

Five bystanders shot during police shootout in New Orleans
Five people waiting at a bus stop in New Orleans were shot during a police shootout with a robbery suspect Sunday, police said.

Fox News hosts claim 'coup' against President Trump
Brian Stelter and his panel examine Fox News' use of the word "coup" after former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe said in an interview with CBS that the Justice Department held meetings about Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and questioned whether there was cabinet support to remove President Trump.

New York mayor blasts Amazon over HQ deal
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is still upset that Amazon isn't coming to New York.

Labour MPs resign over party's handling of Brexit, anti-Semitism
Seven members of Britain's opposition Labour party resigned on Monday, citing what they described as institutional anti-Semitism and the party's "betrayal" on Brexit.

Sources: Evidence suggests Smollett orchestrated attack
Two law enforcement sources with knowledge of the investigation told CNN that Chicago Police believe Jussie Smollett paid two men to orchestrate the assault.

Putin's tough-guy image takes a tumble
Although Russian President Vladimir Putin's popularity may have dipped from its all-time high, most Russians still see him as their champion. CNN's Matthew Chance reports on Putin's tough guy image.

Team LeBron wins 2nd-straight All-Star Game

Watch this crazy no-look pass completion

50-person brawl breaks out at racetrack

Florida inmates use their criminal skills to rescue a baby locked in an SUV
An inmate in southern Florida used his criminal skills for a good cause.

Mountain lion removed from tree in California backyard
Firefighters are well known for their cat-rescuing skills. But members of San Bernardino County Fire department faced a bigger challenge than your average trapped tabby when called to a home in California on Saturday.

Bill Gates: Cow fart one of biggest problems
Bill Gates explains how no one knows how to stop bovine flatulence, a major contributor to climate change.

Denny Hamlin wins Daytona 500 after 22-car wreck

College basketball player drops 55 points

MLB to try new pitching rule at spring training

Audience at 'Hamilton' erupts into chaos
A medical emergency caused mass panic and chaos in the audience at an evening performance of "Hamilton" at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco.

CNN host shuts down commentator on Trump lie
CNN anchor Victor Blackwell shuts down Republican commentator Joseph Borelli over Trump's repeated lie that his administration has built new wall or fencing along the US-Mexico border.

Man discovers 30-year-old Apple IIe still works. Boy, 9, looks at floppy drives and asks, 'What are those?'
A New York professor has Gen Xers reminiscing about their childhood after he posted images of his decades old Apple lle computer on Twitter Saturday night.

Russia is backing a viral video company aimed at American millennials
Three online video channels designed to appeal to millennials have collected tens of millions of views on Facebook since September. But the pages pushing the videos do not disclose that they are backed by the Russian government.

Ocasio-Cortez: Amazon has not shown good faith to NYC
After Amazon announced the company would not be building their second headquarters in New York, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said she believed the company "has not shown good faith to New Yorkers."

UK lawmakers: Facebook 'intentionally and knowingly' violated data privacy laws
UK lawmakers have accused Facebook of violating data privacy and competition laws in a report on social media disinformation that also says CEO Mark Zuckerberg showed "contempt" toward parliament by not appearing before them.

Colin Kaepernick's lawyer predicts his next team

Kaepernick's lawyer makes bet on these teams
Colin Kaepernick's attorney Mark Geragos predicts his client will sign a contract with either the Carolina Panthers or the New England Patriots in an interview with CNN's Ana Cabrera.

Alliance of American Football had talks with Colin Kaepernick, Tim Tebow
An upstart US professional football league reportedly had talks with former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, but it appears that former 49ers quarterback wanted more money than the league was willing to pay.

LeBron: 'I kneel with Kap'

What a shot! 26 amazing sports photos
Take a look at 26 amazing sports photos from February 10 to February 17.

Ethiopian migrants brave Yemen's war to find a better life in Saudi Arabia
They trudge, exhausted, along the desolate winding road to Obock in northern Djibouti, flanked on either side by a black, alien landscape created millennia ago by volcanic eruptions.

She used to scrub toilets for $9 an hour. Now her book is a best-seller
Stephanie Land used to scrub toilets for $9 an hour. The single mother of two turned her story of struggle into the New York Times best-seller "Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive" and tells her story to CNN's Ana Cabrera.

17-year-old takes on a $2 trillion industry
Aaron Philip's life has been transformed by becoming the first black, trans, disabled model to sign for a major agency. Since joining the renowned Elite Model Management last September, the 17-year-old has shot editorial for i-D magazine and been named in Teen Vogue's "21 Under 21," among much else.

JPMorgan is creating its own cryptocurrency
JPMorgan Chase, the nation's largest bank, is launching its own cryptocurrency.

Traveling for work? Bring a taste of home with you
Narrow plane seats, weird smells, unfamiliar food, and disrupted routines -- frequent business travel can be uncomfortable for very real reasons. But with a little prep, you can bring a piece of home with you wherever you go and make your trips less stressful and more effective.

6 easy ways to beat jet lag
Most jobs don't require attending meetings at 1 a.m., giving presentations at 2 a.m or dialing into conference calls at 3 a.m.

Amazon decision leaves NY looking like a loser

Robert Mueller's report is coming
The top issue on the minds of readers this week is the hotly anticipated, deeply mysterious Robert Mueller report: When will the special counsel share his findings, what will the report contain and who will see it?

Where Robert E. Lee's portrait belongs
I was seated across from a senior cadet at West Point, marveling at her energy, idealism and desire to serve after she reached out to me for career advice. While I'm an older white male, the young, mixed-race woman reminded me so much of myself some three decades ago.

A wealth tax is a bad idea
Thirty years ago, there were 12 European countries that had a net wealth tax, a type of levy on personal net assets, which can include anything from investments to cars, jewelry, and collectibles. Today, only three of these countries continue to impose such a tax, which has often proven to be an ineffective way to generate revenue and redistribute wealth.

You shared your views on frats. We heard you
The first fraternity began in 1775 at the College of William & Mary. Now known as Phi Beta Kappa, it long ago abandoned its fraternal secrecy in favor of its current character as an honor society.

Huge rate drop. Could be last chance to refinance.

Fastest way to pay off $10,000 in credit card debt

9 ways to ease stress without smoking

Regina King aims to give us all the feels
In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King.

John Krasinski isn't running away from 'Jim'
Actor turned director John Krasinski moved to New York to pursue a career in acting. After two years with little success, he was ready to call it quits. Then he got "The Office."

Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams
Yes, they are musicians who share the same last name and the same birthday, but Bryan Adams is not Ryan Adams.

'Carlton Dance' refused copyright registration
It's not unusual for the "Carlton Dance" to be loved by anyone, but the US Copyright Office apparently doesn't think it's all that special.

'Umbrella Academy's' messed-up super-team
HBO has "Watchmen" coming, but in terms of dysfunction super-teams, it's about to have plenty of company.

How Amazon blew its chance in New York
The deal was supposed to be foolproof.

America's fight with Huawei is messing with the world's 5G plans
The US-led offensive against Chinese tech firm Huawei is creating big problems for mobile operators as they start building the next generation of wireless networks.

GM's new e-bike is called Arīv
General Motors newest product is an e-bike called Arīv, and it is now available for ordering, at least in some parts of the world.

Shell is taking on Tesla with batteries for homes
Royal Dutch Shell is making a bet on home battery storage as it tries to boost its sustainable energy business.

Trump is sending humanitarian aid to Venezuela. Venezuelans in the US say they need help, too
While the Trump administration sends humanitarian aid to Venezuela and ratchets up its rhetoric against Nicolas Maduro's regime, a growing group of Venezuelans who've fled to the United States are finding themselves in legal limbo and calling on Congress for help.