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The President went back to his reality TV roots in a public debate with top Democrats -- and got beat at his own game
The best way to understand Donald Trump's approach to the presidency is to think of him as what he was before politics: The star and producer of a reality TV show. Trump is forever programming the show -- aka his White House and the country -- in ways he thinks will entertain, provoke and amaze the audience.

See Trump, Pelosi clash in Oval Office meeting
President Trump spars with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) in the Oval Office over border security and an agreement that would avoid a government shutdown.

Sparks fly after Pelosi refers to 'Trump shutdown'
Schumer, Pelosi, make clear they'd hold Trump responsible for shutdown

Trump: I don't mind owning shutdown
President Trump told reporters he doesn't mind shutting down the government over border security.

Who gets blamed for a government shutdown?
President Donald Trump got into a public verbal spat with congressional Democratic leaders Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer when they met Tuesday in the Oval Office to work toward avoiding a partial shutdown on December 21, when funding for a large portion of the government expires.

Trump: 'I am proud to shut down the government for border security'

The foundation of Trump's coalition is cracking
Cracks have emerged in Donald Trump's hold on his core constituency of white working class voters, new data from the 2018 election reveals.

Tapper: This line will haunt Trump
CNN's Jake Tapper says President Trump will likely regret saying he will proudly own a government shutdown over border security.

Judge sets January hearing for Manafort lying allegations
Paul Manafort's lawyers said Tuesday they are not sure if they will challenge Robert Mueller's assertion that Manafort lied in interviews when he was supposed to be cooperating with the special counsel.

Scott Walker signals support of legislation curbing power of his successor
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker on Tuesday signaled support for a series of bills that would curb the power of his Democratic successor, writing on Facebook that the incoming governor would still have "some of the strongest powers of any governor in the nation" regardless of whether he signs them or not.

Kellyanne Conway says Ocasio-Cortez 'doesn't seem to know much about anything'
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway took a shot Tuesday at Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, saying the incoming lawmaker "doesn't seem to know much about anything."

Opinion: Ocasio-Cortez's great idea
Right-wing media outlets seem to be waging a coordinated campaign to portray US Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a dimwit radical. Their efforts will backfire. She is in fact championing the smartest, most practical idea in US politics to address two urgent problems: climate change and poverty.

Key GOP senator will introduce resolution condemning Saudi Crown Prince
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker plans to offer a measure as soon as Tuesday to rebuke Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the first formal response to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and an implicit rebuke of President Donald Trump's handling of the killing.

Judge orders Stormy Daniels to pay nearly $300,000 in legal fees to Trump's attorneys
A California judge has ordered Stormy Daniels pay $293,052.33 in attorney's fees, costs and sanctions to the lawyers representing President Donald Trump in the defamation suit Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti brought against Trump earlier this year.

CNN Poll: Trump, Mueller approval ratings fall
As Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election inches closer to the President, approval of Donald Trump's handling of the investigation has fallen, matching its all-time low in CNN polling. The findings, from a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS, come as half of Americans say they think it is likely that the Mueller investigation will implicate the president in wrongdoing.

Ex-Baylor frat president indicted on 4 counts of sexual assault won't go to prison
A former Baylor University student indicted on four counts of sexual assault won't spend a single day in prison, according to local reports.

'My rapist ... is now free': Read ex-Baylor student's victim impact statement
A former Baylor fraternity president was indicted on four counts of sex assault. But instead of getting prison time, he got a plea deal and probation for a lesser charge of unlawful restraint.

2 dead in shooting in French city of Strasbourg and shooter is still at large
Several people are injured after gunshots were fired in the center of the northeastern French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday evening, a national police spokesperson told CNN.

James Fields should get life in prison for Charlottesville murder, jury says
A jury wants James Fields, convicted of killing paralegal Heather Heyer during a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, to serve life in prison on the murder charge, it decided Tuesday.

Watch Congress grill Google CEO
During a congressional hearing on Capitol Hill, Google CEO Sundar Pichai answered questions about what user data Google tracks and why.

Kathie Lee Gifford is leaving 'Today'
Television icon Kathie Lee Gifford will bid farewell to NBC's "Today" show next April.

Columbia investigating student who verbally accosted students about white superiority
Columbia University is investigating an incident in which a white sophomore was caught on video berating a group of students about the superiority of the white race, the school says.

Time Person of the Year: 'The Guardians and the War on Truth'
Time magazine has chosen "The Guardians and the War on Truth," a group of journalists who have been in the news in 2018, as its Person of the Year.

Quickly catch up on the day's news
Here's what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:

Charlie Sheen marks one year of sobriety
Charlie Sheen is celebrating one year of sobriety.

FC Barcelona vs. Tottenham Hotspur

Late night mocks White House job search
Late-night hosts jumped on the chance to offer their ideas for who should replace White House chief of staff John Kelly, who is leaving his position at the end of the year.

NASA sends Steph Curry an invite after his moon landing comments

'Modern Family' star had kidney transplants
Sarah Hyland is doing well after a series of medical issues left her in and out of hospitals over the last few years.

'Stranger Things' season 3 teaser released
Netflix released a new teaser for season three of their hit show, "Stranger Things."

Ancient Roman statue discovered in margarine tub

He couldn't let poor families sleep on hospital floors
For Dr. Ricardo Pun-Chong, being a physician isn't just about treating patients -- it's about how you care for their families.

'Bohemian Rhapsody' is the most-streamed song from the 20th century
In the battle for 20th-century streaming glory, Queen reigns supreme.

Hear the 'sound' of wind on Mars
NASA captured what wind sounds like on Mars, just a few days after its InSight lander touched down on the Red Planet.

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Delta is changing the way fliers board planes
A new boarding process is coming to Delta Air Lines.

Boeing launches business jet capable of world's longest flight
Boeing has unveiled its newest line of business jets, which the company says will allow VIP travelers to fly non-stop between "any two cities on earth."

You can use your face as ID for flights
Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and Delta Air Lines have opened the nation's first curb-to-gate facial biometrics terminal. See how it works.

16 new airports and terminals we can't wait to fly into
With more people than ever flying, cities around the world are building new airports and upgrading old terminals to create facilities capable of handling tens of millions of passengers.

US airport opens first fully biometric terminal
What if you could simply look at a screen for two seconds and check in for your flight?

The best photos of the year

Oxford's word of the year has a poisonous feel

Top space stories: Mars, moons and a mystery

'Aquaman' sails along on waves of fun and spectacle
In their zeal to catch up with Marvel, DC and Warner Bros. plunged into the super-team waters before establishing individual building blocks, creating a high degree of difficulty. While not on par with "Wonder Woman," "Aquaman" is a step toward restoring equilibrium, creating a sprawling undersea world that most closely resembles the Thor franchise in terms of scope, majesty and happily, humor.

Schwarzenegger: How I fought my way back to fitness
More than 50 years ago, I lifted my first Mr. Universe trophy on the stage of the Victoria Palace Theater in London, and I have been on a fitness crusade ever since.

Man gives town 7-foot middle finger, and they can't remove it
A man in Westford, Vermont, pokes his town with a 7-foot upraised middle finger. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports that it has become a selfie magnet.

Firefighters in Texas rescued more than 100 snakes from a burning house
For many people, the thought of picking up a python or a boa constrictor is terrifying. But for some firefighters in Texas, no victim is too scary, or too scaly, to rescue.

'Email killer' wants to transform how global offices work
Emoji, timestamps and local keyboards. These are just some of the things Slack had to worry about as it brought its workplace communication platform overseas.

How 3 men created a $1 billion salad chain
When Jonathan Neman, Nathaniel Ru and Nicolas Jammet met as freshman at Georgetown University 15 years ago, they bonded over food.

Fear a bear market? Here's where to invest
I want to put some money into alternative investments, but I'm not sure where to begin. What's the safest alternative for an average investor?

DeVos is doing the bare minimum

Will Chris Christie get the last laugh?
With Vice President Mike Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers, declining to serve as the new minder for President Donald Trump (known in some quarters as Individual-1), the new game in Washington seems to be a version of hot potato. The effort to fill the job has led to the ironic, if perhaps unlikely, possibility that former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, whom Trump has disrespected in the past, might be asked to fill the post.

What we ask of our presidents is too much
In the days immediately following the death of our 41st President, the country gushed with celebrations of George H.W. Bush. Columnists and speakers, left and right, wrote and talked glowingly of the man, his contributions and especially his character.

Trump better hope he wins in 2020
Let's be clear. Friday's filings by federal prosecutors backed President Donald Trump into a corner. And his Monday morning rage-tweeting indicates he may be beginning to grasp his limited options moving forward.

What 'home for the holidays' means to me
It happens every year. Amid the holiday hubbub, one song -- "Home for the Holidays" -- forces me to stop what I am doing and reflect on just how beautiful and complicated the idea of home can be, especially this time of year.

Giant collisions shaking the cosmos
In 1608, the German-Dutch lensmaker Hans Lippershey became the first person to apply for a patent for what we now call the telescope. By combining two lenses, he found that he could make distant objects appear closer than they are. While some lauded the invention for its military applications, Italian astronomer Galileo Galilei turned the telescope to the heavens and opened a new eye on the cosmos. His observations overturned the existing astronomical beliefs of his time.

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5 things the Trump admin has done that go against its climate change warning
Since the Trump administration released its blockbuster report on the day after Thanksgiving outlining the dire environmental and economic impacts of climate change, it has made a series of policy and diplomatic decisions or statements that appear run counter to all of the warnings in the report.

Democrat: Trump has abused his power
In an interview with CNN's Jim Sciutto, Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL) says President Donald Trump has abused his power and that he believes Trump obstructed the Russia investigation.

Reality check: Where Russia has allegedly meddled
CNN's John Avlon breaks down Russia's suspected interference in the 2016 Brexit referendum and across Europe.

Department of Education reorganization set for January
The Department of Education has finalized a reorganization plan that has at times drawn the ire of Congress and agency officials, according to an internal email obtained by CNN and confirmed by an agency spokeswoman.

Chinese companies want employees to boycott Apple, buy Huawei
The detention of a top Huawei executive is prompting some Chinese companies and business groups to call for workers to boycott products from US companies like Apple, prompting fears of a wider backlash.

What court papers reveal about Huawei's jailed CFO
The arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer has thrust her into the middle of a diplomatic storm and is exposing details of her life that were once shrouded in secrecy.

Google says Google+ bug affected 52.5 million
Google will shut down its Google+ social network much sooner than planned after discovering a second bug that revealed millions of customers' private information to software developers.

Chinese court bans the sale of most iPhones
A Chinese court has banned the sale and import of most iPhone models in a stunning decision that is sure to escalate the nasty trade war between the United States and China.

Carol Burnett honored by the Globes
Carol Burnett is now a major part of Golden Globes history.

Batwoman leaps into the scene
The Batman movies are at a bit of a crossroads, but the Dark Knight is casting a long shadow in television.

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