Memos leaked online have provided a glimpse into Department of Homeland Secretary John Kelly’s proposed plan to crack down on undocumented immigrants, asylum seekers, and unaccompanied minors in the U.S.
Iraqi forces launched an assault on the Western half of Mosul on Sunday, marking an intensification of the battle to reclaim the city from the ISIS militants who seized it in 2014.
The Lightseekers mobile game layers together smart action figures, augmented reality and collectable cards. Here's a quick explanation of how it all meshes together.
Kylie jenner is currently lighting up NY fashion week as one of the event’s most sought after attendees. Oh, and she opened up her second Kylie cosmetics pop up shop this week. And somehow she found time to have a super romantic valentines day with her boo tyga.
Feb.19 -- Authorities in Beijing announced on Saturday that China would halt all shipments from Kim Jong Un’s regime until the end of the year, in compliance with United Nations Security Council resolutions over North Korea’s nuclear program. Bloomberg's Daniel Ten Kate reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
President Donald Trump baffled many listeners on Saturday when he appeared to refer to an attack in Sweden that did not occur. Trump was discussing refugees in Europe during a rally in Florida when he made the comment.
China says it will halt all coal imports from North Korea for the rest of 2017. CNN's Will Ripley has an exclusive look at how these sanctions are affecting the country.
By now you've seen Beyonce's silent gesture in response to the Grammys, where many feel she was robbed out of an Album of the Year honor. Is this the last we've seen of Queen Bey at the awards? Also, we've got major news about a celebrity couple that is finally calling it quits for good. These stories and more in today's Daily Rewind.
Harley the cockatoo has no time for obstacles put in her path. Those puny plastic cup towers are no match for her mighty beak and talons, so she is easily able to tear them all down. Credit: Harley the cockatoo via Storyful
The opioid drug epidemic is sweeping the nation, but Kentucky just had a record spike with 52 overdoses in just 32 hours. Is this the new reality? Russ Read co-founder of Kentucky Harm Reduction Coalition joins The Doctors to discuss.