A large field of qualified candidates is setting up the Republican primaries for a repeat of 2016.
Those afraid that the 2024 GOP presidential contest will become a repeat of 2016 need not worry. The race is radically different this year. It will not play out the same.
Durham report reveals an agency so steeped in politics that it violated its own standards
Ron DeSantis apparently wants to be president. His pitch rests on the "Florida blueprint," the stuff he's done as the state's governor. But the assumption that the American majority wants much of the DeSantis program is shaky. It's not even clear that Floridians do.
I attended two graduation ceremonies earlier this month, including a University of Georgia gala replete with fireworks at Sanford Stadium in Athens. At both events, I was struck with how many more women than men crossed the stage.
Commentary: Technology has created children who are more self-sufficient but also less capable.
🎧 Although we can carry around nearly all of the world’s knowledge in our pockets, we shouldn’t be surprised that such devices can lead to distraction and sometimes addiction.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis entered the 2024 presidential race on Wednesday, stepping into a crowded Republican primary contest that will test both his national appeal as a cultural conservative stalwart and the GOP’s willingness to move on from former President Donald Trump. DeSantis won reel…
Cynthia M. Allen: Yes, it’s guns. Yes, it’s mental health. It’s everything. And government can’t fix it
I am always amazed when, in the aftermath of a mass shooting such as the recent tragedy at a mall in Allen, Texas, both political parties expect their overly simplistic explanations to be taken seriously, their anemic policy proposals accepted as dependable solutions.
Did Big Tech just win big at the U.S. Supreme Court? That seems to be the view of most commentators in the wake of the recent unanimous decision in two cases that had the potential to challenge the so-called liability shield that protects internet service providers from liability for content posted by their users.
The Biden administration this month gave New York City the green light to move forward with the nation’s first congestion pricing system that would charge motorists a toll to drive into the city’s central business district.
🎧 Lee Jussim, a Rutgers University distinguished professor of psychology, explains microaggressions and concerns regarding them.
Republican Sen. Bill Cassidy tells CNN's Jake Tapper that former President Donald Trump can't win the swing states it will take to win the presidency in 2024.
For many of us, Israel is simply a fact of life — and, amid renewed fighting with terrorists in Gaza, a subject of recurrent controversy. The debate has been especially pronounced recently as protests have overshadowed Israel marking its 75th birthday on May 14.
The United Nations staged a high-level special meeting May 15 to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Nakba -- the mass displacement of around 750,000 Palestinians from their homeland in 1948.
Dr. Ranjit Nair, an associate professor at Caldwell University, says employers want "ready now" workers, CBS2's John Elliott reports.
COURT: According to a court opinion unsealed on Friday, the FBI improperly searched an intelligence database for information on suspects from the January 6th, 2021 Capitol riots, and people arrested at the George Floyd protests in 2020.
A unanimous Supreme Court sided with Google and Twitter in a pair of cases that had alleged social media liability in terror attacks overseas.
Earlier this year, I made a dumb financial decision. I bought a car that was beyond our budget. We had just been through an eight-week stretch of demanding work schedules, kitchen renovations and checking-account fraud. Our daughter’s child care center closed three times for a COVID outbreak, a bout of norovirus and a water leak.
Former President Donald Trump's solution was to build a wall and insult migrants. Left off his playbook for curbing illegal immigration was any punishment for employers who hired undocumented workers. That would inconvenience farmers, he said.
Report shows how then-vice president's son, other family members profited
🎧 The hosts discuss why many homeowners are rethinking yard care, including how often to mow and whether to use pesticides and fertilizers.
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A Senior Fellow at the Center for technology innovation at the Brookings Institution in Washington, DC speaks to CNN's Max Foster about the dangers of artificial intelligence, and whether it could be used to compromise the next U.S. election.
Following his recent retirement, Dr. Anthony Fauci reflected on his government role during the COVID-19 pandemic. When asked about the high per-capita COVID-19 death rate in the U.S., Fauci replied, “Something clearly went wrong. And I don’t know exactly what it was. But the reason we know it went wrong is that we are the richest country in the world, and on a per-capita basis we’ve done worse than virtually all other countries. And there’s no reason that a rich country like ours has to have 1.1 million deaths. Unacceptable.”
Decades after the pill roiled America, proposed easier access sparks little furor
IRS whistleblower who claims to have information of alleged mishandling of Hunter Biden probe removed from investigation
Let’s begin to talk openly not about the elephant in the room but the donkey. President Joe Biden has two gigantic actuarial and electoral challenges in front of him: His age and Vice President Kamala Harris. While he cannot change either, Harris could help the ticket and the country by stepping off.
Ceasefire holding after days of deadly strikes and counterstrikes. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports on the toll on civilians.
CBS News Texas political reporter Jack Fink travels to Austin for a special edition of Eye on Politics following a deadly mass shooting at an Allen outlet mall. He speaks with lawmakers and activists about what comes next in the gun control debate in the wake of this tragedy.
Corporations are putting their political agendas before their customers, employees and shareholders. Political considerations aimed at pleasing the mythical “stakeholder” drive some of the most significant decisions companies make.