Mark Esper, who was defense secretary during the Trump administration, discusses the divide over aid for Ukraine and Israel inside the Republican party with CNN’s Jake Tapper.
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Toddler driving a pink convertible gets “pulled over” by police. CNN’s Jeanne Moos reports.
A crowd stormed an airport in Russia’s Dagestan region after the arrival of a flight from Tel Aviv, Israel. CNN’s Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Elon Musk launched a baseless Twitter attack on George Soros, a frequent target for antisemitic conspiracy theories, accusing the financier of hating humanity days after Soros disclosed having sold off a modest stake in Tesla. The CEO of the American Jewish Committee Ted Deutch and CNN’s media analyst Sara Fischer join Jake Tapper to discuss.
A long-awaited report by Republican-appointed special counsel John Durham failed to find the “crime of the century” that ex-President Donald Trump said targeted him at the center of the Russia investigation. But it delivered him a potential political payoff nonetheless.
In an exclusive interview with CNN’s Dana Bash, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger calls out hate speech, confronts rising antisemitism and talks about his predictions for Trump in 2024.
16-year-old Ralph Yarl was shot twice when he rang the wrong doorbell trying to pick up his little brothers. 84-year-old Andrew Lester pleaded not guilty to the shooting. Klint Ludwig, Lester’s grandson, speaks to CNN’s Don Lemon about the incident.
An unarmed Black man was attacked by a police officer’s K-9 as he surrendered to authorities with his hands up, despite an Ohio State Trooper repeatedly urging officers not to release the dog.
The July 4 incident followed a lengthy pursuit as officers tried to pull over a commercial semi-truck that failed to stop for an inspection, a video released by the Ohio State Highway Patrol shows. CNN’s Polo Sandoval reports. #circleville #CNN #PoloSandoval
Unconfirmed reports say four Russian aircraft were shot down within Russian territory, in what would mark a significant coup for Ukraine. Retired Major General James “Spider” Marks breaks down what it could mean for the war.
In an interview on CNBC following Tesla’s shareholder meeting, outgoing Twitter CEO Elon Musk said he “didn’t care” if his controversial tweets drew the ire of Tesla customers or Twitter advertisers.
The Central Intelligence Agency has launched a new effort to capitalize on what US intelligence officials believe is an “unprecedented” opportunity to convince Russians disaffected by the war in Ukraine and life in Russia to share their secrets, posting a slickly produced, cinematic recruitment video online.
The latest episode of ‘Succession’ tells a story involving political pressure on a conservative cable news network during a presidential election. Ben Ginsberg and Eric Schultz discuss serving as political consultants on the episode.
Ukraine has been gearing up for a major counteroffensive and now a senior US military official says Ukraine has begun striking Russian targets.
At least five people have been killed in a shooting in Louisville, Kentucky, law enforcement said. The shooter is confirmed to be dead, a law enforcement officer said, and the circumstances of the shooter’s death are unknown.
The Kennedy Center’s Mark Twain Prize, which is named to honor one of the world’s greatest humorists, was awarded to Adam Sandler at a gala performance featuring some of the biggest names in comedy — including Chris Rock, Conan O’Brien, Ben Stiller, Dana Carvey, Pete Davidson, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Anniston, Idina Menzel, David Spade, and more — on March 19, 2023, and aired nationally on CNN on March 26, 2023.