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  • Eurostar's Amsterdam route hopes to compete with flying 

    Starting in April, business travelers and tourists will be able to travel direct from London to Amsterdam and Rotterdam on a Eurostar train. CNN's Anna Stewart hops on board for a trial journey.

  • Trump says he supports bump stock ban 

    At a ceremony honoring public safety officers with the Medal of Valor, President Trump said that he supports a ban on bump stock devices that allow semi-automatic rifles to simulate automatic fire.

  • In tweetstorm, Trump goes after everyone but Russia 

    CNN's Boris Sanchez on the president's latest twitter tantrum.

  • Kate Upton says Guess co-founder groped her 

    Model Kate Upton detailed her allegations that she was inappropriately touched and verbally harassed by Guess co-founder Paul Marciano when she was 18 years old.

  • Donald Trump Jr. trip to India raises ethical concerns 

    President Trump's eldest son is promoting The Trump Organization projects in India. His schedule includes dinners with buyers of Trump-branded apartments, which could fuel ethical concerns about the links between the president and his family business.

  • KFC has a chicken delivery problem in the UK 

    About 800 of the company's roughly 900 locations in Britain were temporarily closed on Monday after a logistics snafu stopped chicken deliveries.

  • New leaks about the White House's lies 

    Lachlan Markay says the Rob Porter scandal is not over, and many people are wondering when the next shoe is going to drop. Karen Tumulty and Samantha Vinograd also join the conversation.

  • Gergen cites 'growing' threat to America 

    David Gergen says President Trump's erratic tweeting "reminds me very much of the last days of President Nixon," but says this has been Trump's pattern "for some time." Gergen and Dan Pfeiffer connect Trump's attacks against the media and the FBI to larger concerns about American democracy.

  • Stelter: 'Fake news' plague is getting worse 

    Robert Mueller's newest indictments reveal Russia's information war. Brian Stelter says it's still happening now, and it's highlighting the importance of news and tech literacy. This is "going to get worse before it gets better," he says.