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Soon, the House will vote on a resolution to terminate Trump's national emergency. If it passes, it presents some major challenges for the Senate Majority Leader.
Mitch McConnell's life is about to get a lot more complicated.

Pelosi urges members to back resolution
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi urged members of Congress Wednesday to back a resolution halting the national emergency declared by President Donald Trump to fund a border wall.

Cooper reacts to Trump's golf trip after declaring emergency
CNN's Anderson Cooper questions President Trump's urgency and actions after declaring a national emergency to fund a wall on the southern border.

Tracking the legal challenges to Trump's emergency declaration
As President Donald Trump moves forward with plans to build additional physical barriers along the southern border, his administration will have to contend with a slew of lawsuits challenging the national emergency declaration allowing him, in part, to do so.

White House moves forward with wall funding despite lawsuits
The White House is moving forward with plans to shift existing federal funds to pay for construction of a wall on the southern border, a senior administration official said.

Analysis: Trump again dares courts to stop him
It's a high bar given the wild swings of his two years in power, but Donald Trump seems more untethered to any traditional notion of the presidency than ever.

Border resident paints message to Trump on roof
Residents along the US-Mexico border are coming together to file a lawsuit against the Trump administration's decision to build a wall using all or portions of their property. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports.

Opinion: There is no national emergency
The Trump administration is framing the necessity of a southern border wall, in part, as a response to a national security emergency involving terrorists. This is a barrel of bunkum and balderdash served with generous helpings of hogwash.

Hillary Clinton met with Biden, Klobuchar on 2020
Hillary Clinton held meetings in early February with former Vice President Joe Biden and Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar to talk about the 2020 presidential election, a source close to the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee tells CNN.

Analysis: What Bernie Sanders' fundraising bonanza tells about his chances
Bernie Sanders served notice to the rest of the 2020 presidential field when his campaign announced that he raised $5.9 million in its first 24 hours of existence. That's million of dollars more than he raised in the first 24 hours of his 2016 bid and millions more than any of his Democratic competitors have so far announced.

Democratic lawmaker: 'Bernie Sanders is not a Democrat,' should run as an independent
A Democratic congressman says Sen. Bernie Sanders is not a Democrat -- and that he should therefore not be allowed to run to be the party's nominee for president.

Stone barred from speaking about case
Roger Stone is in hot water heading into a court hearing on Thursday afternoon.

Analysis: What Roger Stone doesn't get
Roger Stone's hero is Richard Nixon. He has a shrine of Nixon memorabilia in his house. He's fond of flashing Nixon's victory sign -- at the most inappropriate moments.

Lawmaker: Roger Stone apologized 'because he had to'
Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL) explains to CNN's Wolf Blitzer why he believes Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson was right to impose a gag order on longtime Donald Trump associate Roger Stone.

North Carolina elections board votes for new election in congressional race
The Republican candidate in a US House race in North Carolina says a new election should be called after an investigation into election irregularities.

Happer in 2014: Carbon 'demonization' akin to Jews under Hitler
The Washington Post reports William Happer, a national security council official and climate change skeptic, has been picked to lead a White House committee on climate change. CNN's Jake Tapper takes a closer look.

About 200 US troops to stay in Syria following Trump's order for 'full' removal
The White House said Thursday that a small contingent of US troops will remain in Syria following President Donald Trump's order for a "full" withdrawal of the American military from the country.

Virginia Republicans take steps to investigate claims against lieutenant governor
Republicans in Virginia led by House Speaker Kirk Cox are prepared to set up a framework to publicly investigate the claims of rape and sexual assault leveled against Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax. The move comes as Virginia's General Assembly session comes to an end on Saturday.

Why would anyone lie about being a victim?
Everyone lies. But some falsehoods have graver consequences than others, such as lying to police about being a crime victim.

Judge sets Smollett's bail at $100,000
Jussie Smollett paid two brothers $3,500 to stage an attack on him last month, taking "advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career," Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson alleged Thursday.

Watch Smollett leave the courthouse
Actor Jussie Smollett is escorted through a thick crowd as he leaves the courthouse following his bond hearing.

Opinion: Smollett case is so disturbing because risk of hate is so real
Actor Jussie Smollett has been arrested and charged with a felony for allegedly filing a false police report claiming he was the victim of a hate crime. Smollett, who is black and gay, had told police he was attacked by two men who used racist and homophobic slurs and tied a rope around his neck. On Thursday, Chicago police said Smollett paid two men to stage the attack. Smollett has made no statements since turning himself in.

Hate crimes are rising, regardless of Jussie Smollett's case. Here's why
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Thursday that "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett "took advantage of the pain and anger of racism" when he allegedly falsely reported that he was the victim of a hate crime.

Peter Tork, Monkees guitarist, dead at 77
Peter Tork, the bassist for The Monkees and a jokester on the band's popular 1960s television series, has died at age 77.

The Monkees' most memorable hits
The Monkees were a widely popular American band in the 1960s and 70s. They got their start on a comedy TV show about the four *band members* trying to make it in the music industry.

Jim Boeheim's car hits and kills man
Jim Boeheim, longtime head coach of the Syracuse University men's basketball team, hit and killed a pedestrian who was walking along Interstate 690 late Thursday night in upstate New York, according to a police statement obtained by CNN affiliate WSYR.

Coast Guard officer's lawyer argues it is not a crime to think negative thoughts about people
The assistant federal public defender representing a Maryland man who has been called a "domestic terrorist" by the government argued in court Thursday that the Coast Guard officer should not be detained, saying it's "not a crime to think negative thoughts about people."

Red tide that has plagued Florida since 2017 not detected in water tests
After 15 months of being plagued by red tide, tests of Florida waters show the organism was not detected this past week.

WSJ: Under Armour CEO's relationship with MSNBC anchor causes stir
Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank has been soliciting business advice from MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Under Armour employees were uncomfortable with the relationship, according to the newspaper, which also said that Ruhle traveled with Plank and Under Armour staff on a private jet he leases to the company.

The FDA is addressing sunscreen safety
The US Food and Drug Administration is proposing new regulations on over-the-counter sunscreens in an effort to keep up with the latest scientific and safety information.

Ariana Grande smashes Beatles' record
25-year-old pop star and actress Ariana Grande is dominating music charts after the release of her fourth studio album "Sweetener."

Ford investigating potential issue with fuel economy and emissions testing
Ford is investigating the testing procedures it uses to certify its fuel economy and emissions standards after employees raised concerns about potential inaccuracies.

Teen's 50-foot fall leaves imprint on ground
A teen fell more than four stories to the ground after he was attempting to take a selfie with his friends on a bridge in Dallas.

Nike stock falls after Duke star is hurt when sneakers come apart

Tiny tyrannosaur fossil discovery changes the dinosaur timeline
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn't always the king of the dinosaurs. Before they became towering predators, tyrannosaurs started out much smaller, and a newly discovered fossil is helping fill the gap between those two extremes.

See killer whale bump scientist's camera
Regina Eisert was studying the eating habits of Type-C killer whales when one of those whales came up close to show her something.

NY man plows into family outside a 7-Eleven
A mother of six children was killed after a man allegedly drove his vehicle into her and her family outside a 7-Eleven convenience store about an hour north of New York City.

Colin Kaepernick Nike 'Icon Jersey' sells out

Consumer Reports no longer recommends the Tesla Model 3
Consumer Reports is pulling its recommendation of Tesla Model 3, citing reliability issues with the car.

A tough week for Tesla just got worse

Tesla's general counsel leaves the company after two months
Tesla's general counsel is leaving the company after just two months on the job ? the latest in a series of executive departures at Elon Musk's electric car company.

Shell is taking on Tesla with batteries for homes
Royal Dutch Shell is making a bet on home battery storage as it tries to boost its sustainable energy business.

Tesla cuts jobs to offset Model 3 cost
Tesla plans to reduce its workforce by 7% as it works to increase Model 3 production and cut prices. CNN's Peter Valdes-Dapena reports.

The secrets to running the best hotel in the world
Shuttering a hotel for an 18-month renovation is a risky proposition even in a bustling tourist hub. To do it in the bucolic countryside of County Limerick, Ireland, well, that better be one jaw-dropping transformation, guaranteed to bring visitors in droves.

5-star concierges: Wild requests of the mega-rich
When a Qatari sheikh asked a concierge at the Raffles Dubai hotel to deliver a present to his wife, the concierge nodded. "Of course, sir. What gift?"

Choose your hotel room based on emotions
Smoking or nonsmoking? One bed or two? Street view or garden view? When it comes to choosing a hotel room, some people let their hearts make the decision.

'Extinct' Galapagos tortoise found after 100 years
A species of giant tortoise believed to have been extinct for more than 100 years has been discovered on the Galapagos island of Fernandina, according to Ecuador's government.

Taco Bell worker inspires customers with uplifting notes
The routine fast-food transactions at a Syracuse, New York, drive-through are a lot warmer these days. Taco Bell customers are getting hand-written notes along with their burritos and gorditas, simply because one worker there, Kelly Stewart, is tired of hearing about bad news in the world.

World's largest bee rediscovered
A bee with a 2.5 inch wingspan and body roughly the size of a human thumb has been rediscovered after being thought by some to be extinct.

Vandals set fire to wrong Gen. Lee statue
Vandals in Dunn, North Carolina, last week doused the marble statue of Gen. Lee with a flammable liquid and set it on fire.

How three 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.

Target has a new plan to win parents over: Focus on the kids
Target has a new plan to win parents over: Focus on the kids

Machine-washable wool shoes shake up footwear
Allbirds co-founder Tim Brown came up with the idea for his shoe company after hanging up his soccer cleats.

Coast Guard officer's alleged hit list is terrifying echo of our politics
Coast Guard Lt. Christopher Paul Hasson of Silver Spring, Maryland, was arrested nearly a week ago on weapons and drug charges by authorities who said he was planning to commit mass murder. They said Hasson had a hit list, which included Democratic politicians and anchors at CNN and MSNBC.

A physicist admits: it's all about chemistry
In October 2015, YouTube host Mitchell Moffit released a song called "The Periodic Table Song" on the AsapScience channel, which started with the catchy lyrics: "There's hydrogen and helium, then lithium, beryllium ..." The song then went on through the entire litany of chemical elements, and science students everywhere began learning it as a helpful way to get them through their chemistry exams.

Treating ISIS brides as victims reeks of stereotyping
The fate of Shamima Begum, the British teenager who fled the UK to join ISIS, appears to more unclear than the fate of the so-called Caliphate itself.

In 2019, a pro-KKK editorial
Driving from Birmingham to visit my grandmothers in Bessemer, Alabama, and Greensboro, Alabama, always took us through forests, and when I looked at the branches I'd imagine they were just strong enough to hold me and the other five members of my immediate family when the Ku Klux Klan strung us up by our necks with rope.

A Trump trade war with Europe?
Since the end of the World War II, Western nations have shared the belief that international trade was a virtue. While progress has too often been lethargic, in the decades since, the United States and European nations have worked together to reduce barriers to trade.

Rubella disabled me. My message to anti-vaxxers
"Oh, we're not planning to vaccinate." These are the words a friend says to me in the midst of a conversation about their impending child.

Arrest student who won't say pledge?
Why wasn't the teacher arrested?

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Fastest way to pay off $10,000 in credit card debt

6 daily habits that prevent cancer

Oscars past might offer hope to host-free awards
Can the 91st Academy Awards be saved? Yes -- at least, grading on the curve that is the Oscar telecast, the mess that the Academy has made of things leading up to this year's show, and the low bar set by the last host-less Academy Awards in 1989.

Regina King aims to give us all the feels
In one way, we all owe thanks to Sally Field for the wonder that is Regina King.

Oscars predictions
An unprecedented lack of consensus among the guilds representing actors, directors, writers and producers has flummoxed Oscar prognosticators, with more genuine uncertainty surrounding the best picture race than is usually the case this close to Sunday's ceremony.

How Felicity Jones stepped into 'notorious' shoes
Felicity Jones is, not unlike real-life notorious figure she played in "On the Basis of Sex," a woman of her convictions.

Michael B. Jordan makes us all look lazy
It's late November and Michael B. Jordan is preparing to head overseas. He leaves on Thanksgiving for an international leg of press for his film "Creed II." His travels were going to take him to places like London and Africa. Then his schedule had him diving into award season here in the states. March, he said, would bring a breather.

Lyft cofounder opens up about its biggest competitor
As ride-hailing competitors Uber and Lyft race toward their impending IPOs, Lyft cofounder John Zimmer isn't holding back about the competition.

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