cnn.comMichael Cohen: Vote, or face more years of 'craziness'Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former lawyer, pleaded with the American public on Friday to head to the polls and vote against the President and the Republican Party, predicting that if they did not, there would be two or six more years of "craziness."
cnn.comWhat's Nikki Haley really up to?On Thursday night, soon-to-be-former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley spoke to an annual gathering of media and political types in New York City. While her speech was primary defined by its jabs -- at herself and others, including Elizabeth Warren -- the most important and telling moment of the speech came when Haley turned serious at its conclusion.1
cnn.comHow climate change will affect your healthA new report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns of dire consequences if governments don't take action to stem global warming. But the planet isn't the only thing at risk as temperatures rise; your health might be in danger, too.
cnn.comThe Harvard admission trial puts the school's dirty secrets on displayAs a trial over alleged discrimination against Asian-Americans in Harvard admissions finishes its first week, one thing has become clear: there are ways to win a place at the Ivy League campus that fields a surplus of applicants with perfect grades and test scores.
cnn.comWhat Twitter's massive new data dump reveals about Russian trollsTwitter released a huge 9-million-tweet collection of the Russian group's activities -- the most comprehensive accounting to date of the so-called IRA's efforts to use fake social media posts to inflame American society and influence its elections. The new data sheds fresh light on just how pervasive -- an ongoing - that effort has been. It also lays bare just how sophisticated the Russian operation has been in presenting accounts that by appearance did not appear pernicious in nature - and in fact can promote seemingly positive messages to gain larger followings.
cnn.comTrump claims (without evidence) that Dems are behind migrant caravan ahead of midtermsPresident Donald Trump on Thursday seized on a new migrant caravan approaching the US to frame the midterm elections as a fight over border security while blaming Democrats, without evidence, of supporting the influx.