Trump signs spending bill despite veto threat

President Donald Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill to keep the federal government open through September, after threatening to veto. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.

The Latest: Experts are inspecting strained…

California dam safety experts at site of 87-year-old dam strained by locally heavy rains

Doctor says pledge may have lived if help was…

A forensic pathologist says injuries that killed a Penn State fraternity pledge may not have been fatal if help had been summoned sooner

True retriever: Dog plucks flailing man from river

Forget sticks: A 7-year-old yellow Labrador retriever leaped into a South Carolina river and fetched a man whose boat had capsized

UK data watchdog raids Cambridge Analytica office in London

Officers from Britain's information regulator have arrived at the London offices of data firm Cambridge Analytica after being granted a warrant as part of an investigation into alleged misuse of personal information

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District arms teachers with rocks in case of school shooter

A rural school district in Pennsylvania is arming teachers and students with buckets of rocks in what the superintendent says would be a last resort should an armed intruder burst into one of the schools

Who is Trump's new adviser?

John Bolton has been a regular on the BBC over the years - here's what we know about him.

Paris Hilton Lost Her $2 Million Engagement Ring…

Paris Hilton Lost Her $2 Million Engagement Ring While Partying in Miami

This is Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Made a…

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made an unannounced visit to Northern Ireland. Buzz60's TC Newman tells you why.

Trump says administration will ban bump stock devices

President Donald Trump says his administration will "BAN" bump stock devices that "turn legal weapons into illegal machines."

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Historians resolve fatality count of USS Indianapolis

Historians resolve decades-old discrepancy about how many men died when USS Indianapolis was struck by Japanese torpedoes in World War II

Wall St nosedives on trade war fears

Wall Street tumbled Friday as investors grew nervous about a possible trade war with China. Fred Katayama reports.

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The Latest: Jimmy Carter praises Miller as patriot, friend

Former President George W. Bush on former Sen. Zell Miller: "A great patriot has passed away"

Advertising Data Is Getting Turned Into A…

The data from our online activities can help shape extremely precise political advertisements, too.

Tapper: Trump's battle with facts continues

CNN's Jake Tapper says that the President's "battle with the facts" continued during his press conference after signing a $1.3 trillion federal spending bill.

Army seeks changes to chemical weapons disposal…

The Army wants to change the way it destroys part of its chemical weapons stockpile in Colorado, but some people worry that could increase the chances of contaminating the air

Sandy Hook survivor: Don't arm teachers

Town hall participants tell CNN's Brooke Baldwin why they think arming teachers is not an effective solution.

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Former US Sen. Zell Miller dies; he was 2-term…

Former U.S. Sen. Zell Miller dies at 86. Lifelong Democrat and two-term governor led charge for Georgia's lottery-funded HOPE scholarship

Arkansas jail housing 200 roosters as…

Inmates are tending to 200 roosters being held at an Arkansas sheriff's office for use as evidence against 137 people accused of being part of a cockfighting operation