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Trump vs. Trump's Cabinet
Day by day, President-elect Donald Trump is building a White House Cabinet and staffing a new government. But if his first round of choices are any indication, he's going forward without a blueprint -- relying on instincts and personal relationships over any grand design scheme or ideology.Sat, 10 Dec 2016 16:49:51 GMT
29 killed, 166 wounded in Istanbul blasts
Video captures sound of explosion in Istanbul
US Defense Secretary makes unannounced visit to Iraq
Republican wins US Senate seat from LA
US says it killed French ISIS operative
Somalia: Car bomb leaves at least 8 dead
Trump criticizes CIA over Russian hacking reports
Is Trump backtracking on 'draining the swamp'?
CNN host, RNC strategist clash over CIA intel
Louisville's Lamar Jackson wins Heisman Trophy
Army ends Navy's 14-year streak
Fallen U.S. Marshall honored before Army Navy game
'Days of Our Lives' star dies
Nigeria church collapse kills 50 worshippers
Venezuelan president called a 'Grinch' after government toy seizure
Dylann Roof, with a laugh, confesses 'I did it'
See Dylann Roof's chilling confession
Snow and ice for much of US
ExxonMobil CEO leads list to be secretary of state
Ex-CIA operative calls for new election
Dwayne Johnson surprises military family
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The next CNN SuperHero
Knife-wielding teen shot at school
Patti Smith stands in for Bob Dylan at Nobel ceremony
Sen. Graham: Russia's 'trying to undermine democracies'
Trump's controversial 'Apprentice' role
Trump on 'lock her up' chant: 'Now we don't care'
Colbert mocks Trump's administration picks
Opinion: Should Americans worry about Trump's generals?
Ever since George Washington, America's first military hero, retired twice to Mount Vernon -- willingly giving up first command and then power -- civilian control of the military has been a cherished US tradition. And by making an elected President commander in chief -- and giving Congress the power not just to declare war but to appropriate the resources for it -- the Constitution has reinforced that critically important precedent.Sat, 10 Dec 2016 00:16:33 GMT
Secret Santa pays off $46K in layaway at PA Walmart
Supreme Court deliberations on execution kept quiet
Colombian President accepts Nobel Peace Prize
ISIS gains ground in Syria's ancient city of Palmyra
Official: US almost caught ISIS leader
Opinion: No outrage over Russia's hack of the US election?
The 12 must-have tech gifts of 2016
Khloe Kardashian, Lamar Odom divorce final
One Direction star's mom dies at 43
Hong Kong protesters celebrate over leader's resignation
Airman's remains returned 10 years later
Bulgaria: Train carrying gas explodes; 5 dead
Trump TV deal may include $$ from brands
John Kerry given France's highest honor
Lionel Messi scores two to end Barcelona's losing streak
Spy chief opens up about James Bond
13-minute 'struggle' during lethal injection
Kerry urges Russia, Syria to seek ceasefire in Aleppo
The painstaking process of sweeping ISIS from Mosul
First preserved dinosaur tail found
Dems back down; shutdown averted
After the fires, Gatlinburg reopens for business
Fire victim's girlfriend finds lost photo
Senator: Missing US journalist alive in Syria
Muslim NPR reporter says she was harassed
Holiday ads in 2016 promote tolerance, togetherness
Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik get 'Fifty Shades Darker'
Military: 50,000 ISIS fighters killed
Lawrence panned for 'disrespectful' Hawaii story
African-American woman kicked out of store
Opinion: The anti-labor secretary
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Trump: No Cabinet post for Rudy Giuliani
Trump takes intel briefings only once a week
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This president won't accept election results
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Flynn: Arabic signs on border guide 'radicalized Muslims'
Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Donald Trump's pick to be his national security adviser, claimed in an August radio interview that Arabic signs were present along the United States border with Mexico to guide potential state-sponsored terrorists and "radicalized Muslims" into the United States.Sat, 10 Dec 2016 01:51:52 GMT
'Modern Family' star sued by her own eggs