President Donald Trump's decision to move the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem was "rash and uncalculated" and represented "aggression towards people, countries, cultures and civilizations," one of Sunni Islam's highest authorities told CNN.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens admits an extramarital affair but says there is no blackmail. KMOV-TV has a recording of a woman saying Greitens bound her hands, blindfolded her, took a partially nude photo of her and warned her to stay silent. (Jan. 22)
Police say two improvised explosive devices ignited inside a mall in central Florida. The blasts were in a service corridor used for deliveries. Nobody was hurt. Authorities say witnesses described a person-of-interest who is being sought. (Jan. 22)
A new cache of text messages exchanged between two top FBI officials that have come under fire for criticizing then-presidential candidate Donald Trump were delivered to lawmakers on Capitol Hill, according to a letter from Republican Sen. Ron Johnson.
In President Trump's first year in office, ISIS has lost nearly all of its territory in Syria and Iraq. CNN's Arwa Damon reports from Mosul, Iraq, on the human cost of that victory.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg extolled the #MeToo movement and revealed one of her own experiences with sexual harassment in deeply personal observations at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Western-inspired revenge tale “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” swept a female-focused Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles, which also saw wins for Nicole Kidman, Frances McDormand and Gary Oldman. (Jan. 21)
Kristen Bell took the stage as the first-ever host of the SAG Awards and referenced the first lady, who said that combating cyberbullying would be her key focus during her time in the White House.