President Joe Biden on Tuesday warned that if the United States ended up in a "real shooting war" with a "major power" it could be the result of a significant cyber attack on the country, highlighting what Washington sees as growing threats posed by Russia and China. Bryan Wood reports.
Former President Donald Trump talked a good game about fundraising to fight “election fraud,” but not all of the funds raised by his political PAC are being used for that purpose. In the latest episode of The Point, CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains where the money is going — and why.
[NFA] President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the Justice Department will appeal a "deeply disappointing" ruling by a federal judge in Texas on the DACA program that protects certain immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation, while also urging Congress to take action. Colette Luke has more.
The FBI dragged its feet in probing sexual abuse allegations against disgraced USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said on Wednesday, and it accused two FBI officials of lying to cover up "numerous and fundamental errors" that allowed the abuse to continue for months. Gavino Garay reports.
The Justice Department released new police body camera footage showing officers wading into the crowd to save a pro-Trump rioter who was trampled, only to be stripped of their protective gear, dragged down a set of stairs and attacked with crutches, flagpoles, batons and bare hands. CNN’s Ryan Nobles reports.
Longtime GOP pollster Frank Luntz, who is working unofficially with the Biden administration, tells CNN’s Anderson Cooper the one thing the President must do to combat vaccine hesitancy is to invite Donald Trump to the White House.
Carol Leonnig, a co-author of the book “I Alone Can Fix It,” describes how former President Donald Trump reacted while he was watching the January 6 Capitol riot unfold on TV from inside the White House.