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CNN Top Stories
home : news : cnn top stories
December 13, 2018

The President attended an August 2015 meeting that the feds believe was central to a criminal scheme to help him win the presidency
Donald Trump attended an August 2015 meeting that federal prosecutors believe was central to a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws to help Trump win the presidency, according to a source familiar with the matter. ... click to read more

Trump inaugural committee under criminal investigation
President Donald Trump's 2017 inaugural committee is currently being investigated by federal prosecutors in New York for possible financial abuses related to the more than $100 million in donations raised for the event, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. ... click to read more

Analysis: Why the National Enquirer cooperation deal is a VERY big problem for Trump
• Analysis: The 29 most surreal lines from Donald Trump's Fox News interview • Opinion: Trump doesn't need an 'SOB' chief of staff ... click to read more

Trump: I never told Cohen to do anything wrong
In an interview with Fox News, President Trump falsely claimed that the campaign finance charges against his former attorney Michael Cohen weren't criminal. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports. ... click to read more

Opinion: Sorry, President Trump, collusion IS a crime
Recent revelations in memoranda filed by the government against Michael Flynn, Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort describe even more widespread and troubling contacts with the Russians. However, since the inception of the Mueller investigation, President Donald Trump, his lawyers, legal pundits on bo... click to read more

SE Cupp mocks Fox interview as 'infomercial'
CNN's SE Cupp discusses President Donald Trump's interview with Fox, which she describes as an "infomercial." ... click to read more

Analysis: 29 surreal lines from Trump's Fox News interview
On Thursday, President Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Fox News personality Harris Faulkner. It was, um, chummy -- with Faulkner asking Trump questions like "What do you love about being President?" and "You have such energy for this." (Yes, I know the latter isn't a question at all.) ... click to read more

Bomb threats emailed to multiple US locations
• Teen at a middle school shoots at cops before killing himself, police say • Bomb threats made at Columbine High School, site of 1999 shooting ... click to read more

Melania Trump's poll numbers plummet
• Opinion: Melania shows she's a Trump through and through • CNN Poll: Fewer support impeaching Trump • Analysis: Beto O'Rourke leapfrogs most of the 2020 Democratic field ... click to read more

Police chief vows to review cases of destroyed rape kits, after a CNN investigation
The police chief in Springfield, Missouri, on Thursday told a rape victim advocacy group that the department will review sex crimes cases in which the agency destroyed rape kits. ... click to read more

Inside the secret US military mission that located the Titanic
For years, the incredible discovery of the Titanic's wreckage at the bottom of the ocean in 1985 was thought to have been a purely scientific effort. ... click to read more

Titanic was found during secret mission
Robert Ballard, the man who led the expedition to find the wreckage of the RMS Titanic, says it was all a front for a secret Cold War Navy mission to find wrecked nuclear submarines. ... click to read more

Analysis: Who wants to be Donald Trump's chief of staff?
On Wednesday, when asked about his search for a chief of staff to replace John Kelly, President Donald Trump said this: "I have at least 10, 12 -- 12 people that want it badly. I'm making a decision. Great people," he said. "I could do it immediately. I'm in no rush. A lot of people want it." ... click to read more

Senate rebukes Trump, condemns Saudi crown prince for Khashoggi murder
Republican Sen. Bob Corker on Thursday introduced a resolution condemning Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, ratcheting up pressure on President Donald Trump who has aligned himself with the Saudi kingdom in the aftermath of the brutal kill... click to read more

North Carolina's election fraud scandal has both parties planning for another campaign
Republican and Democratic officials in North Carolina are beginning to maneuver for position in anticipation of a fierce and protracted second campaign in the state's scandal-ridden 9th Congressional District. ... click to read more

Strasbourg attacker killed by police
The perpetrator of Tuesday night's terror attack near the Strasbourg Christmas market was shot and killed by police, multiple French media reported on Thursday. ... click to read more

US military sends $331 million bill to Saudis and UAE after refueling 'accounting error'
The US military is seeking a $331 million reimbursement from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates after discovering it failed to properly charge the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen for aerial refueling services due to an "accounting error," the Pentagon said Thursday. ... click to read more

Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren meet ahead of 2020
Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Vermont independent Sen. Bernie Sanders met Wednesday night as speculation about their plans for the 2020 presidential election heats up, a source familiar with the meeting said. ... click to read more

Trump: They're trying to embarrass me
President Donald Trump says that the charges against his former attorney Michael Cohen were made to "embarrass" him and falsely claims that they "are not criminal charges," during an interview with Fox News. ... click to read more

They went into an abandoned mine to steal copper, police say. Then they got trapped.
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Tapper calls out 'bizarro-world' defense
CNN's Jake Tapper discusses President Trump's claim that he didn't direct his former personal attorney to break the law. ... click to read more

Pelosi's coat so popular it will be re-issued
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Exec: Kneeling may cost baseball player his career
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At 16, he's being compared to LeBron and Kobe
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Branson: I'll be in space within six months
After a historic flight by Virgin Galactic's VSS Unity spaceship, Richard Branson tells CNN's Rachel Crane he'll soon see space for himself. ... click to read more

After its worst year ever, Facebook hands out free hot chocolate and security tips
After a year of scandal after scandal, Facebook hosted a pop-up event at a New York Christmas market to hand out free hot chocolate and security advice. ... click to read more

Costco is succeeding despite retail woes
Many retail brands may be struggling, but Costco is thriving thanks to deep discounts and a popular food court. ... click to read more

'Cannibal case' men get life sentences
When a South African traditional healer wandered into a police station last year and told officers he was "tired of eating human flesh," the police struggled to believe his morbid claim. ... click to read more

A year-end checklist for your investments
What do I need to do before the end of the year, to be ready for tax-time and whatever next year may bring? ... click to read more

Laughter erupts after Trump official's proposal
The Arctic is experiencing a multi-year stretch of unparalleled warmth "that is unlike any period on record," according to the 2018 Arctic Report Card, a peer-reviewed report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, an agency within the United States Department of Commerce. ... click to read more

Leopard kills meditating monk in India
A leopard has killed a Buddhist monk who was meditating in a protected forest reserve in India, according to local officials. ... click to read more

E. coli outbreak traced to California farm; some romaine safe to eat
The strain of E. coli causing the current outbreak in romaine lettuce has been found in a reservoir on a farm in Santa Barbara County, California, the US Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday. ... click to read more

'Blurred Lines' suit against Robin Thicke and Pharrell ends in $5 million judgment
A five-year legal battle over the copyright of the hit song "Blurred Lines" has ended with Marvin Gaye's family being awarded a final judgment of nearly $5 million against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams. ... click to read more

Marvin Gaye's ex-wife talks about 'Blurred Lines'
Jan Gaye, the former wife of Marvin Gaye, joins Don Lemon to talk about her reaction to a jury awarding her family $7.4M for copyright infringement ... click to read more

Taylor Swift makes an exciting birthday announcement
It's December 13, and that means it's Taylor Swift's birthday. ... click to read more

Rolling Stones' Keith Richards (almost) gives up booze
Throughout a long and storied career in one of the most famous rock bands on the planet, Keith Richards has made no secret of his love of drink and drugs. ... click to read more

Spend the night in the world's tallest treehouses
It's the stuff of childhood dreams. ... click to read more

Hong Kong's coolest new hotel with a conscience
What would happen if Wong Kar-wai designed a hotel? ... click to read more

9 ski resorts you can fly into
The freedom found skiing on a mountain is often earned after lengthy journeys, airport hassles and time-consuming traffic. ... click to read more

Starbucks is going to sell Nitro at all its US stores
Nitro is coming to a Starbucks near you. ... click to read more

Comedian wants to reframe sexual assault
Cameron Esposito is a comedian, but for a brief moment in time, she wanted to be a priest. ... click to read more

Internet lights up over Pelosi's sunglasses
Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) gets the rock star treatment as the internet lights up over her shades. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports. ... click to read more

The week in 23 photos
Take a look at 23 photos of the week from December 6 through December 13. ... click to read more

Fear a bear market? Here's where to invest
I want to put some money into alternative investments, but I'm not sure where to begin. What's the safest alternative for an average investor? ... click to read more

A tax-efficient way to grow your investments and give to charity
I've heard a lot about donor advised funds. Are they a good way to structure my charitable giving while getting tax benefits? ... click to read more

If you diversify your finds, it could backfire this year
Is there such a thing as being over diversified? ... click to read more

Trump doesn't need 'SOB' chief of staff
Some have likened President Donald Trump to former President Richard Nixon. Whether Trump's legal woes make that comparison valid remains to be seen. However, as he seeks a new White House chief of staff, I cannot help but think about what Nixon's notorious White House chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman... click to read more

Plea in Baylor rape case sends a toxic message
Baylor University is an emblem of pride in Waco, Texas. But the justice system in Waco has a problem: It still can't tell a victim from a criminal. ... click to read more

In 2019, democracy will face its key tests
Consider our tumultuous times: The President of the United States predicting a popular revolt if he's impeached; the United Kingdom and its government teetering on the edge of an uncertain future; the streets of Paris ablaze with the biggest demonstrations in decades; the mighty German Chancellor e... click to read more

The most damning revelation from the Cohen case
The fall of Michael Cohen, President Trump's former attorney, is a watershed moment for the Trump presidency. ... click to read more

For Trump, owning a shutdown is a big plus
President Donald Trump has kept a lot of promises in his first term so far; among them are tax cuts, regulatory reform, restoration of military funding, the nominations of conservative judges and their confirmations. While we are living in something of a post-policy environment, where attitude ofte... click to read more

'Smocking gun' defense won't save Trump
We are accustomed to a high degree of falsity in President Donald Trump's tweets, but Monday's double decker about former attorney Michael Cohen was notably packed with whoppers even by his own standards. Contrary to Trump's statements, Cohen may have landed the President and those around him in le... click to read more

How To Pay Off Your House ASAP (It's So Simple)
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Transfer your debt and pay no interest until 2020
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50% off: Extend weekends w/ Hiltons of D.C. sale
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Pelosi's meme-tastic coat so popular it will be re-issued
Nancy Pelosi, the likely next House speaker, caused a stir Tuesday when she engaged in a spirited Oval Office meeting with President Donald Trump. ... click to read more

Trump seething after Cohen sentencing
President Trump's public silence belied his rising fury over longtime lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen, who the President still insists is not telling the truth, after he turned against him and was sentenced to three years in prison. CNN's Jim Acosta reports. ... click to read more

Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty to engaging in conspiracy against US
Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina admitted in federal court Thursday morning to engaging in a conspiracy against the United States. ... click to read more

Amazon Go is going small with tiny, cashier-free stores in buildings
Over the past year, Amazon has opened seven of its Amazon Go stores to the public, ditching checkout lines for AI that tracks what customers want to buy. Now, the retailer is taking its cashier-free shops in a new, smaller direction. ... click to read more

5G smartphones are coming in 2019. What does that mean?
5G is already here, but you can't do much to access those super-fast speeds unless you live in a specific place with a particular piece of technology. That's about to change. ... click to read more

This DNA technology is helping police solve cold cases
In the summer of 2017, hikers found skeletal remains on the side of a highway outside of Baltimore. ... click to read more

Apple is spending $1 billion on a new campus in Austin
Apple is putting more detail on its plan to create 20,000 jobs in the United States over the next five years. ... click to read more

Uber invests millions to build flying taxis in France
Uber wants to build flying taxis in France. ... click to read more

Twitter loved Gayle King flirting with Lenny Kravitz
It's probably safe to say Gayle King likes Lenny Kravitz. ... click to read more

Awkwafina celebrates SAG nom
Some celebrities are waking up to good news this morning. ... click to read more

Post Malone shoes sold out in minutes
People are serious about their Post Malone footwear. ... click to read more

Oprah's final days with her mother
Oprah Winfrey has broken her silence about the days leading up to the death of her mother, Vernita Lee. ... click to read more

The judgmental mom is little more than a stereotype
It's quite possible that, by the time I had my first child, I had read more articles about navigating relationships with other moms than ones about navigating my relationship with my baby. Parent media is full of stories about moms who "judge," "shame," "clap back" and are at "war" with other mothe... click to read more

'Sesame Street' Muppet is homeless
For the first time, a resident of "Sesame Street" is experiencing homelessness -- and the hope is that her story can help sweep the clouds away for the growing number of young children in the United States without homes to call their own. ... click to read more






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