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The two major party presidential candidates have very different views on how to address the use of deadly force by police officers in situations like the recent shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte. Hillary Clinton wants national standards for how and when police officers should use deadly force. Donald Trump wants more "stop and frisk." One proposal will likely reduce the improper use of deadly force, the other will almost certainly increase it.
Samantha Bee really went after Jimmy Fallon this week for his Donald Trump interview. In truth, he treated the GOP presidential nominee like a Kardashian. It was jokes and cuteness to the max, with Fallon even begging for permission to mess up Trump's orangish hair. (After some manufactured coyness, Trump agreed.)
Four people were killed in a shooting at a mall in Burlington, Washington, on Friday night, a spokesman for the state patrol tweeted. Police are searching for at least one shooter, and are sweeping stores in the mall, Sgt. Mark Francis said.
Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts tells CNN's Erin Burnett that both candidates should delay their visits to the city as security resources are limited.
Protesters marched in Charlotte for a third night over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott -- remaining largely peaceful on the streets past a midnight curfew.
What would you ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump if you were moderating the first presidential debate Monday night? Celebrities, writers and other newsmakers pose their questions on subjects including criminal justice, foreign policy and immigration. The views expressed are the writers' own. Share your question ideas in he comments section or @CNNOpinion.
Most Americans were shocked when they learned that thousands of Wells Fargo employees had opened millions of fake accounts. People who work at other banks weren't surprised at all.
Bill Clinton will use his final speech at the Clinton Global Initiative on Wednesday to counter accusations that the charity organization provided a way for wealthy donors to buy access to Hillary Clinton, a line of attack Republicans have used throughout 2016.
From Australia to the Caribbean, there's no shortage of beautiful beachfront hotels around the world to choose from.
For Donald Trump, winning the state of Pennsylvania is an uphill fight.
With two months to go before Election Day, Democrats have the cash advantage in the race for the White House, but Republicans have the cash advantage in the race for the Senate.
The biggest story of the 2016 election is undoubtedly the rise of Donald Trump, and behind the Republican nominee is a group in its last throes as the biggest force in politics: The white working class.
Donald Trump's campaign manager sought to downplay concerns raised by a report Tuesday that the Republican nominee's personal philanthropy used more than $250,000 to litigate lawsuits against opponents of his business interests.
Dangerous levels of chromium-6 are contaminating tap water consumed by hundreds of millions of Americans, according to a national report released Tuesday.
The State Department welcomed Sudan's efforts to counter ISIS and other terrorist groups Tuesday despite the fact that Sudan has been designated a state sponsor of terrorism for more than 20 years.