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Ellen asks Bill Gates the prices of grocery items. This isn't his strong suit

After #MeToo, why isn't there more focus on domestic violence?

The #MeToo movement has prompted an ongoing national reckoning with the issues of sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Trump just made sure 'Oprah 2020' isn't going away

Opinion: The usual approach to security isn't working

Mass shootings are becoming increasingly deadly. Our security approach to stopping school shootings is not working. It may even be making things worse.

Analysis: Payout story isn't believable

Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's personal lawyer, says he made a $130,000 payment from his own pocket to porn star Stormy Daniels in the run-up to the 2016 election -- a pre-emptive measure to protect the presidential candidate from accusations that she and Trump had a physical relationship.

Analysis: Dems midterm fate probably isn't tied to Pelosi

Republicans are trying to turn the midterms on their head. Instead of the expected referendum on a still relatively unpopular Republican president, Republicans are hoping to bring Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi to the forefront.

New cancer test isn't ready for prime time

Trump still doesn't believe Russia interfered

President Donald Trump still isn't buying that Russia interfered in the 2016 election.

This isn't the first time for outspoken coach

Gregg Popovich has never shied away from speaking his mind.

Not just Trump's idea: A short history on famous walls and the environment

Donald Trump isn't the first leader to want to put up a border wall.

Rob Porter isn't the only high-level Trump staffer forced out because of past actions

Rob Porter resigned from his White House role this week following allegations of past domestic abuse, and sources told CNN that senior aides to President Donald Trump had known about the allegations for months.

Why WWE is a media juggernaut

WWE isn't just scripted wrestling matches. It's a media powerhouse.

They're not celebrities. But #MeToo changed their lives.

Samantha Shulman isn't a celebrity. Neither is the man that she and at least 15 other women have accused of various forms of sexual misconduct. But #MeToo is changing their lives.

Why isn't the RNC giving back Steve Wynn's money?

Late on Tuesday, casino magnate Steve Wynn stepped down as CEO from Wynn Resorts, citing the distraction caused by a series of allegations of sexual harassment made against him in a recent Wall Street Journal story.

These Dreamers will leave if DACA deal isn't reached


ASEAN hopes to expedite code of conduct on South China Sea: Singapore

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is hoping to expedite negotiations on a code of conduct with China for the disputed South China Sea but it isn't realistic to expect an agreement within a year, Singapore's defense minister said on Wednesday.

Fasten your seat belts: Dow futures tumble

The stock market freakout of early 2018 isn't done yet.

Analysis: The President thinks not clapping for him is 'treasonous'

President Donald Trump wasn't -- and, apparently, still isn't -- happy that Democrats in Congress didn't stand to applaud him in his State of the Union address last week.

Can Pats and Eagles fans handle 'This Is Us'? reveal after the game?

Heading into Sunday's Super Bowl, there isn't much Patriots and Eagles fans can agree on -- except when it comes to "This Is Us."

Analysis: Why the Nunes memo really isn't a partisan fight

Because we are so polarized politically these days, there's a tendency to assume that every single issue that breaches our collective national consciousness must, at its root, be a fight between Democrats and Republicans.

Releasing the memo accusing the FBI of playing politics is up to Trump. But this isn't your typical tiff between Democrats and Republicans.

Because we are so polarized politically these days, there's a tendency to assume that every single issue that breaches our collective national consciousness must, at its root, be a fight between Democrats and Republicans.

Nassar to face 65 more victims in court

The legal reckoning with Larry Nassar's years of sexual abuse isn't over.

Rose McGowan brings #MeToo fight to E!

Rose McGowan's bracing brand of activism receives a provocative forum in "Citizen Rose," a two-hour documentary that serves as an anthem and rallying cry for the #MeToo movement. McGowan isn't always well served, however, by the arty nature of the presentation, which at times does as much to distract from her message as advance it.


Athletics: Pole vaulting isn't Morris' only talent

(Reuters) - If Olympic silver medalist Sandi Morris steps up to the microphone and belts out a few tunes at her local club, don't be surprised.

Cynthia Nixon: The cavalry isn't coming to save us

When Donald Trump presents his State of the Union address this week, it will be because the Constitution requires the President to give recommendations on measures he deems "necessary." Well, I propose a twist on that tradition: how about the people of this country give him their recommendations for what is necessary?

Nikki Haley isn't laughing at Clinton's Grammy skit

At least one member of the Trump administration wasn't laughing at a skit involving Hillary Clinton.

The Koch network isn't slowing down

As he welcomed donors and lawmakers Saturday to an annual confab in the California desert, billionaire Charles Koch posed a new challenge to his powerful political network: "to increase the scale and effectiveness of this network by an order of magnitude, by another tenfold."

Opinion: Wearing black to the State of the Union isn't enough

The black dresses symbolizing a stand against sexual harassment and assault we saw at the Golden Globes will make another appearance at the State of the Union, putting the nation on notice that Time's Up for inappropriate behavior. We can't expect President Donald Trump to speak to this crisis -- nor does he have the credibility given his track record. But the onus is on all of us to transform the culture of sexual harassment and assault across America. We can change our culture for future generations, but this requires education, starting early -- for children and teens, at school and at home.

How Jessica Chastain got Octavia Spencer five times the pay

According to Octavia Spencer, Jessica Chastain isn't just talking about pay disparity in Hollywood -- she's doing something about it.

Analysis: Even Congress agrees Congress sucks

Sen. Joe Manchin isn't a big fan of the Senate.

Scalise: House won't take up Senate immigration bill

The House isn't planning to take up what the Senate might pass on immigration, the House Republican whip said Monday, setting a potential showdown between the two chambers on the issue.

House GOPers prepare to go it alone on government funding stopgap measure

The House Freedom Caucus isn't making it easy for Republican leaders to keep the government funded.

Analysis: Trump isn't losing it. But what about his temperament?

NEWSFLASH: Donald Trump is perfectly mentally capable of being president and is suffering from no cognitive impairment or decline.

Why the US dollar isn't so mighty anymore

What Nancy Kerrigan thinks of 'I, Tonya'

There's been plenty of buzz about the film "I, Tonya" but the woman at the center of the controversy that brought down skater Tonya Harding isn't contributing to it.

Trump administration's Medicaid announcement isn't really about 'work'

Opinion: The problem isn't Trump's brain. It's his heart.

During an hourlong performance Tuesday at a table crowded with lawmakers -- let's call it The President Show -- Donald Trump appeared determined to prove two things. The first was obvious: After much speculation about his temperament, inspired by the dark portrait painted in the book "Fire and Fury," he no doubt wanted to show himself to be an executive in command of the issues and fit to govern. The second was that he is a good man with a warm heart.


Canada telling Salvadorans facing U.S. exit that haven isn't guaranteed

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is sending a Spanish-speaking lawmaker to California to dissuade potential migrants from illegally crossing the border following Washington’s decision to end the temporary protected status of some 200,000 Salvadorans.


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Oprah isn't the only celebrity who might have a future in politics

Oprah Winfrey's speech at the Golden Globes on Sunday night prompted wishful calls for the star to run for president -- and two of the TV icon's close friends told CNN that Winfrey is "actively thinking" about seeking the Oval Office in 2020.

Why Jimmy Kimmel isn't writing his Oscar jokes yet

With nearly two months to go until the Academy Awards, host Jimmy Kimmel is in no hurry to start writing his material, even when it comes to the industry's ongoing discussion about sexual misconduct and the women who are leading the charge to create change, which dominated the conversation at Sunday night's Golden Globes.

Oprah 2020? Host Seth Meyers jokes it may be in the cards

Oprah Winfrey may have squashed speculation of a potential presidential bid in 2020, but Golden Globes host Seth Meyers isn't giving up hope just yet.

Analysis: Trump's 'very stable genius' tweet shows he isn't

On Saturday morning, before most people were awake, President Donald Trump was tweeting about how very, incredibly, stupendously smart he is.

Analysis: 4 theories on why Hillary Clinton isn't popular right now

You would think that with President Donald Trump's approval ratings at historic lows for a first-year president, the candidate he beat in the 2016 election might see a similar improvement in their popularity numbers -- a sort-of buyer's remorse bump.

Analysis: Trump is blaming Pakistan for Afghanistan's woes

It's an old tactic for an old war, but it shows the focus and emotions are fresh for the Trump administration. By suspending hundreds of millions of dollars of security aid to Pakistan, the White House is striking the first geopolitical blow of its renewed war in Afghanistan. And it's a familiar -- and not entirely unfair -- message: if the war isn't going well, Pakistan is to blame.

Trump isn't the first quirky president

Analysis: The 10 most amazing lines in the new book (that we know of so far)

Journalist Michael Wolff's new book documenting the first year of Donald Trump's presidency isn't out until next week, but the excerpts we got on Wednesday have already had a major impact -- leading the President to torch former senior strategist Steve Bannon.

Opinion: Trump finally gets the honor he deserves

Donald Trump is right -- he doesn't always get the credit he deserves. And Trump isn't bashful about making that point.

Why Trump isn't getting the credit he thinks he deserves

President Donald Trump is probably right: he doesn't get due credit for the volume of achievements he's stacked up during a tumultuous political year.

Jeff Flake leaves the door open for 2020

Sen. Jeff Flake says he isn't ruling out a 2020 presidential run following his term in the Senate.

Toys "R" Us isn't closing stores ... yet

Neil DeGrasse Tyson weighs UFO evidence vs the hype

There has been a lot of talk about the existence of aliens and UFOs following reports that the Pentagon has researched them, but astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson isn't convinced, or frankly, interested.

Hugh Jackman commands in 'Greatest Showman'

"The Greatest Showman" isn't the greatest show on Earth, but it's a pretty good one, and as an original musical for kids weaned on animation, one of those rare live-action commodities that really does invite family viewing. It's not "La La Land," despite a shared pedigree, but the movie's buoyancy does offer similar moments of gravity-defying escapism.

Mattis says North Korea isn't capable of striking US mainland

Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Friday he does not believe that North Korea's current intercontinental ballistic missiles are capable of hitting the continental US.


'The Post' is about the state of America, star Hanks says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Steven Spielberg's new movie "The Post" isn't just a 1971 tale of press freedom or the place of women in the workplace.


Santa traffic cop sleighs it with Manila dance routine

MANILA (Reuters) - Directing motorists at busy intersections in Manila isn't the easiest job, but traffic cop Ramiro Hinojas makes it fun by adding dance to his beat.

Analysis: 8 numbers that should terrify Republicans

The Alabama Senate race is over. Doug Jones -- improbably -- is coming to Washington as the next senator from the state. Roy Moore isn't.

Republican negotiators on the verge of announcing tax plan deal

A stunning election loss isn't changing the trajectory of the GOP tax overhaul effort -- in fact, it may actual sharpen the desire to move things quickly, according to several Republican aides.

Cillizza: USA Today bashes Trump as 'not fit to clean the toilets' in Obama's presidential library

USA Today isn't known for its blistering op-eds. Which makes the one the paper's editorial board just published on President Donald Trump all the more savage.

Analysis: Can Doug Jones defy a trend shaping modern Senate elections?

In today's Alabama US Senate election, Democrat Doug Jones isn't running just against Republican Roy Moore. Jones is also running against the most powerful trend shaping modern elections for the US Senate.

Analysis: Sarah Sanders made a hugely offensive allegation against the media

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders isn't a big fan of the media.

GOP's Collins says her tax vote isn't a sure thing

Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) said that she hasn't made a decision yet about whether or not she will vote for the the Republican tax reform plan.

McLaren's extreme $1 million supercar is street legal but made for the race track

McLaren says its new supercar wasn't built with "usability" in mind -- and the company isn't sorry about it.

Trump tells crowd in Florida to vote for Moore in Alabama race

President Donald Trump isn't campaigning for Roy Moore in Alabama -- but he's holding a campaign-style rally just 25 miles from the state line ahead of Tuesday's special election.

Why partial justice for Walter Scott isn't nearly enough

Walter Scott and his family got a bit of justice Thursday when a judge decided to sentence former North Charleston police officer Michael Slager to 20 years in a federal prison. That's a serious consequence for a serious crime, a fact anyone who understands anything about the American prison system knows well.

Analysis: A whole lot more people hate the GOP tax plan than love it

Midterm elections -- like the one coming up in 2018 -- are all about turning out base voters. Why? History tells us that only the most stalwart partisans turn out when the presidential race isn't on the ballot. So if your side wants to pick up House and Senate seats in a non-presidential election, you need to find ways to excite its most committed members.

Protein powder: Pros and cons

Protein powders are expected to be a $7.5 billion industry by 2020, and the products are popular for a wide variety of reasons: Vegetarians might feel that their diets are somewhat lacking, athletes may want to add muscle faster or aim for a competitive edge, and still others might be looking for a quick meal that isn't dripping with grease.

How CVS-Aetna merger could change your health care

As a CVS-Aetna deal looms, here are four ways that a merger just might change health care for those insured under Aetna. "If there isn't a clinic already in your CVS, I think one is coming," one expert says.

Trans student: This isn't about a wedding cake, it's about civil rights

Over the past few years I've learned what it means to fight for my right to be treated just like everyone else. When my high school implemented a bathroom ban that forbade me from using the men's bathroom even though I am a transgender male student, I fought back. My fight took me to the US Supreme Court and still continues today -- despite the Court sending my case back to the district court.

Ex-South Carolina cop who killed an unarmed black man isn't racist, attorney says

The Scott family found strength in prayer as they sat through court testimony from the former South Carolina officer who killed Walter Scott two years ago.

Opinion: State Dept. is bigger than Tillerson

Fear not, people. The Foreign Service isn't going anywhere.

I worked for Charlie Rose. Calling him a villain isn't the answer

We have entered an age in which women can safely discuss sexual misconduct in the workplace without fear of retaliation and retribution.

Attorney: Resignation sure the hell isn't up to Pelosi

Rep. John Conyers' attorney delivers a statement to media about sexual harassment allegations against the lawmaker.

Company issues public plea with wild music video

CNN's Anderson Cooper reports on the Velcro Companies' music video making a public plea to stop using the word "velcro" if it isn't the brand.

Analysis: The president's return to birtherism

President Donald Trump isn't convinced Barack Obama was born in the United States after all.

What Trump is doing to consumer agency isn't normal

Sorry, Americans, you can't call her 'Princess Meghan'

Let's be clear: just because Prince Harry's new fiancée Meghan Markle isn't a princess doesn't mean Americans won't call her "Princess Meghan" until the end of time.

Mutual dislike between Trump, Sen. Warren

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) isn't shy about expressing her disapproval of President Trump. The President reciprocates those feelings.

This isn't genocide, say hardline Buddhist monks in Myanmar

Ivanka Trump caught in White House-Tillerson tensions

Days ahead of what should be a major moment for Ivanka Trump on the world stage, CNN has learned Secretary of State Rex Tillerson isn't sending a high-level delegation to support her amid reports of tensions between Tillerson and the White House.

White House open to Roy Moore in Senate

The White House isn't saying that President Donald Trump supports Roy Moore. But Trump's aides are openly acknowledging something close: They need Moore's Republican vote in the Senate.

Retreat isn't in Steve Bannon's DNA

11 things you'll fight over (besides politics)

As we all know, Thanksgiving isn't always the harmonious holiday it's sometimes made out to be.

The political fight is only beginning

Australians may have overwhelmingly voted "yes" in the same-sex marriage survey, but the battle over marriage equality isn't over yet.

Analysis: Trump is saying something that isn't true 5.5 times a day

Alternative facts. Lies. Distortions. Exaggerations. Misstatements. Half truths.

Analysis: Roy Moore almost certainly isn't going to be a senator

If you thought Roy Moore's political future couldn't get any more bleak after four women went on the record with The Washington Post alleging that the Alabama Republican Senate nominee sought relationships with them when they were between 14 and 18, today showed things could get worse for Moore. Much, much worse.

Joe Biden leaves 2020 question open

Former Vice President Joe Biden said in an interview that aired Sunday that he isn't actively planning a run for president in 2020, but he also didn't rule it out.

They say guns are the solution

A gunman killed 25 churchgoers and an unborn baby in Sutherland Springs, Texas. These residents say gun ownership isn't the problem, it's the solution.

Trump's approval rating is bad. Views of the economy are good. That's weird.

It's the economy, stupid -- at least, until it isn't.

Trump calling for FBI to go after adversaries is 'not normal,' senator says

Sen. Jeff Flake criticized President Donald Trump for encouraging the Department of Justice and the FBI to investigate his political opponents, telling CNN's "New Day" on Monday it isn't "normal" presidential behavior.

Pelosi: GOP trying to move tax plan in days

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) tells CNN's Jake Tapper the Republican tax plan isn't all that it seems, expressing her frustration over a lack of collaboration between the two parties.

House minority leader says GOP trying to move fast on tax plan

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says the Republican tax plan isn't all that it seems, expressing her frustration over a lack of collaboration between the two parties.

Could Bernie Sanders have won a primary that wasn't 'rigged'? Um.

President Donald Trump isn't the only one obsessed with the 2016 election. He's spent months drawing attention back to Hillary Clinton (and, in case anyone forgets, to his defeat of her last November).

Sessions keeps forgetting about Russia

Jeff Sessions' memory isn't exactly stellar. Particularly when it comes to what he knew about interactions between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia.

Why the world isn't getting a pay raise

Charlie Braun can't find enough workers for his factory in Ohio and he's not sure how to keep the ones he has.

Bill O'Reilly: Horrible what I went through

Bill O'Reilly is going on the offensive to defend himself after the latest bombshell about sexual harassment allegations against him. His former Fox News colleague Megyn Kelly isn't having it. CNN's Brian Stelter has more.

Doctor: Senator's health raises tough question

At 79, Thad Cochran isn't the oldest United States senator, but his age-related health condition is putting him in an unwelcome spotlight.

What we learned from the first way, way too early 2020 New Hampshire primary poll

We're still 1,112 days away from the next presidential election, but that isn't stopping your first look at what to expect in the New Hampshire primary.

Mark Cuban: I'm considering running for office

The billionaire entrepreneur (and frequent Trump critic), says working families were promised a better situation and the President isn't delivering.

Why Kellogg isn't giving up on sugary cereal