The Washington Bureau Chief for Time Magazine, Michael Scherer, discusses President Donald Trump's credibility after an interview with the President.
Academy award winning actress and activist Patricia Arquette opens up to CNN's Poppy Harlow about her sister, Alexis Arquette, an actress and transgender activist. "Alexis knew that she was kicking a door open," Arquette says.
Ahead of a Starbucks annual shareholders meeting, outgoing CEO Howard Schultz and current COO and incoming CEO Kevin Johnson tell CNN's Poppy Harlow there is a lot of discussion and interest in the Trump administration and policies. Schultz says "it's in our collective interest for the president and the administration to be successful," and Johnson calls for "more certainty about trade policies."
Howard Schultz tells CNN's Poppy Harlow what's ahead for Starbucks as he prepares to step down as CEO and hand over the title to the current COO Kevin Johnson. Schultz says "I think the stock is undervalued...but as someone so close to the company and obviously so personally involved, I've never been more proud and more optimistic about our future."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren moved quickly past pleasantries to grill Department of Labor pick Alexander Acosta on workplace safety and overtime regulations during his Senate confirmation hearing.
Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Tom Price refutes four governors' claims that new Medicaid changes will leave people out.
President Donald Trump expresses a message of unity at a rally in Louisville, Kentucky, amid an FBI investigation into connections between Trump's campaign and Russia.
On Monday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Paul Manafort, Trump's one-time campaign chief, had a "very limited role" for a "very limited period of time." It's just the latest example of Spicer's growing credibility gap. Brian Stelter looks at Spicer's record... and why it matters.
Airlines that fly from certain countries in the Middle East and Africa to the U.S. must require passengers to check in almost all electronic devices larger than a cell phone rather than carry them into the cabin, said a US official. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.