I have had two envious work assignments in Puerto Rico, one on the northern coast and one on the southern. My experiences in both cases were picturesque and charming, as I enjoyed pleasant Caribbean springtime respites from my Western Pennsylvania doldrums. My heart aches today as I think of…

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CNN's Jim Acosta talks to Capitol police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell, who was beaten with a flagpole defending the Capitol during the January 6 insurrection, about a recent Republican rally where attendees pledged allegiance to a flag flown at Trump's January 6 rally.

In the wake of a Southlake, Texas, district administrator telling teachers that if they have books about the Holocaust they should also include books with "opposing" views of the Holocaust, one teacher tells CNN's Ed Lavandera that educators are in fear of their livelihood if they speak out …

CNN's Legal Analyst Joan Biskupic sat down with one of the Supreme Court's justices, Stephen Breyer, to talk about transparency in the high courts. The justices have long referred to their private sessions, in which only the nine are present, as "the conference."

A gunman fired on constable's deputies who were trying to detain someone else outside a Houston bar, ultimately killing one deputy and injuring two others, a constable said. Police say they're looking for the shooter. One person was taken into custody, though investigators didn't immediately…

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Michael Smerconish asks if Democrats should worry less about Trump stealing the 2024 election and more about him actually winning. Biden's approval ratings have ebbed as his presidency faces many big issues including the Delta variant, roadblocks to his congressional agenda, the chaotic with…

A school district superintendent in North Texas apologized after one of the district's administrators told teachers that if they have books about the Holocaust in their classroom libraries, then they should also include books that have "opposing" views of the Holocaust. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

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White House press secretary Jen Psaki responds to a Hatch Act complaint from Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, alleging that she appeared to endorse a candidate in the Virginia gubernatorial race during a White House press briefing.

(The Center Square) – With Friday beginning open enrollment for those qualifying for Medicare, a new report by MedicareGuide.com found that one in four senior citizens have $500 or less in savings for a medical emergency.

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CNN's Anderson Cooper talks with former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who has settled a lawsuit with the Justice Department and regained his pension and ability to officially retire after being fired by Trump-era Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Former President Bill Clinton was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center's intensive care unit for a urinary tract infection that spread to his bloodstream, his doctors tell CNN. Dr. Sanjay Gupta has more.

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Robert Durst, millionaire real estate heir and subject of HBO crime documentary "The Jinx," was convicted of killing his friend Susan Berman in 2000.

CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to January 6th committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) about the next steps for Steve Bannon after he defied the subpoena deadline and may be charged with criminal contempt.