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The week is ending the way it started -- with lots of confusion about the policy that resulted in separating immigrant children from their parents.
The Trump administration said Friday that it had reunified approximately 500 families separated at the border but the status of thousands more separated families remained unclear.
Immigration attorneys say
The sounds are unmistakable: Children sobbing. Hard. Begging to be allowed to see their parents, their aunt, a relative. And then crying again when told that isn't possible.
CNN's Chris Cuomo states his case for caring about the thousands of children separated from their families.
President Donald Trump has taken almost every possible Republican position on immigration in the span of a week as he's tried to deal with the crisis he created of separating thousands of children from their parents at the border.
CNN's Poppy Harlow responds to President Trump who described recent accounts of separated families at the border as "phony stories."
A top Netflix executive has left the company after he used the N-word in front of colleagues on more than one occasion.
He was a WWII veteran with a Purple Heart, a wife and three children. But in 1964, he vanished, moved across the country and later took the identity of an 8-year-old boy who had died years before.
DNA evidence from a discarded restaurant napkin was used to identify a suspect in the slaying of a 12-year-old girl in 1986, police in Tacoma, Washington, said Friday.
Pardon bourbon lovers for crying in their beer after half of the barrels being aged at a Kentucky distillery building fell to the ground when part of the structure collapsed.
Vinnie Paul, the drummer and founding member of the metal band Pantera has died, the band announced on Facebook.
Six former NFL cheerleaders are suing the Houston Texans for alleged harassment and unfair pay practices. The lawsuit is being brought by prominent attorney Gloria Allred.
An explosion hit a rally attended by the Ethiopian Prime Minister in the capital of Addis Ababa on Saturday, authorities say.
Lasers have been used to target US aerial operations in the Pacific, with 20 incidents recorded since September of last year, according to a US military official.
Perishable food from the canceled congressional picnic was donated to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, the first lady's spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham confirmed Friday.
The White House wants to merge the Education and Labor departments into one federal agency as part of a larger plan to restructure the government.
Ever since he left the White House, Steve Bannon has been scouring the world for new opportunities to promote his brand of populism: a revolt against liberal elites, migration and multiculturalism -- and the revival of the nation state.
There is a truly remarkable number in the most recent CNN poll, conducted by SSRS and out this morning.
According to a new CNN poll conducted by the SSRS, a stunning 42% of Americans believe that President Trump should be impeached and removed from office -- close to the 43% who felt the same way about President Richard Nixon during the climactic months of Watergate in March of 1974. The percentage is far higher than the 29% who said in 1998 that they favored President Clinton being impeached.
Fresh off one of the best -- or, at the very least, most consequential -- weeks of his presidency, Donald Trump just experienced one of his worst weeks in the White House.
CNN's Anderson Cooper says President Donald Trump is using confusion, chaos and cruel words to perpetuate falsehoods regarding undocumented immigrants.
As she boarded a plane to head to McAllen, Texas, for a surprise visit to the heart of the family separation crisis at the southern border, Melania Trump was spotted wearing a coat with these words scrawled on the back: "I really don't care. Do U?"
A teenager was jogging along a Canadian beach when she inadvertently crossed the border into the United States and ended up in detention for two weeks.
The Environmental Protection Agency is spending more than $8,500 on challenge coins to congratulate its response to 2017 natural disasters, including the hurricanes that ravaged Texas and Puerto Rico. CNN's Sara Ganim reports.
A sign at a Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts sparked controversy for offering customers free coffee if they called in reports of employees speaking a language other than English.
Actor Dean Cain, who portrayed Superman in "Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman," was sworn in as a reserve officer by the Idaho State Police.
With so many teams, fixtures, groups and timings you would be forgiven to lose track of your favorite team's schedule.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of FIFA 2018 is the Russian squad. They came in as the lowest ranked team but have outscored their opponents 8:1 so far. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen visits their training center in Novogorsk to talk to some of the star players.
Paul McCartney joined "Late Late Show" host James Corden for a "Carpool Karaoke" segment, where the iconic Beatle shared his inspiration for the hit "Let It Be."
Take a look at 24 photos of the week from June 15 through June 21.
James Madison never had a cell phone -- not even a flip phone! But the Supreme Court is frequently called on to conjure what Madison and the other framers of the Constitution might have made of our world, one very different from the one they knew.
An immigrant detained at a federal prison in California has been diagnosed with chickenpox, raising concerns among the prison staff.
On her Goop website, Gwyneth Paltrow claimed that charcoal lemonade was one of the "best juice cleansers". That was in 2014. Today, charcoal products -- from croissants to capsules -- are everywhere. Even high street coffee chains have taken to selling charcoal "shots".
A pediatrician in Colorado examines young children newly separated from their parents and shares her observations with CNN. She says that while their physical condition was fine, emotionally "they were the opposite of stable."
ABC rolled the dice on a new version of "Roseanne" with Roseanne Barr, and thanks to the star's unmanageable nature, wound up getting burned. After taking a principled stand by canceling the show because of Barr's racist tweets, the network has opted for another revival --a Roseanne-free "Roseanne," indicating its new priority is simply cutting its losses.
The annual BET Awards will celebrate the best in music, movies and sports on Sunday.
If Johnny Depp fans have been feeling curious about the eccentric actor, a new Rolling Stone profile on Depp may give them reason for concern.