Judge in Roger Stone case rebukes Trump-backed conspiracies The judge who decided Roger Stone's fate made an impassioned plea for the truth and the rule of law at his sentencing hearing Thursday, a direct rebuke of President Donald Trump amid the depending crisis over his interference in the Justice Department.
Watch lawmaker's blunt message to GOP after intel warning Rep. Kathleen Rice (D-NY) chastises her Republican colleagues and says none of them have responded to the briefing delivered to lawmakers warning them that the intelligence community believes Russia is already taking steps to interfere in the 2020 election with the goal of helping President Donald Trump win, which three sources familiar with the matter have told CNN.
Opinion: Richard Grenell is a disastrous DNI choice Please, Mr. President, re-think this one. Richard Grenell, as close a friend and ally as he might be, is very much the wrong man at the wrong time as acting Director of National Intelligence. He is a catastrophe-in-waiting who will be in a position he is totally unqualified to hold, one that is central to America's national security.
Joe Biden predicts who Trump will fire next During a CNN town hall in Nevada, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden discusses the briefing shared with lawmakers warning them that the intelligence community believes Russia is already taking steps to interfere in the 2020 election with the goal of helping President Donald Trump win, which three sources familiar with the matter have told CNN.
Warren says rival should be disqualified, but she'd still support him Speaking at a CNN town hall in Nevada, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) says that Democratic rival Michael Bloomberg should be disqualified from running for president based on his alleged past treatment of women, but then confirms that she would support him if he were the Democratic nominee against President Donald Trump.
2020 Democratic contenders plead for cash after draining their accounts The Democratic presidential contenders are racing to refill their campaign coffers -- following costly battles in the early nominating states and the looming Super Tuesday threat from New York tycoon Michael Bloomberg, who has plowed nearly half a billion dollars of his fortune into the fight to become the party's standard-bearer.