|Source says Kushner testified he did not recall any campaign contact with Wikileaks. But senators say he did receive an email about Wikileaks contact|
White House senior adviser Jared Kushner told congressional Russia investigators that he did not communicate with WikiLeaks and did not recall anyone on the Trump campaign who had, a source with knowledge of his testimony told CNN.
|Kushner attorney fires back: There were no 'missing documents'|
The attorney for Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, is pushing back against the Senate Judiciary Committee after the panel accused Kushner of not disclosing key documents.
|Mueller wants to interview publicist who set up meeting between Trump Jr. and Russian|
Special counsel Robert Mueller is in talks with the attorney for the British publicist who set up the 2016 Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and a Russian lawyer, according to a source familiar with the matter.
|Senate committee seeks more info on Kushner|
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley and ranking member Dianne Feinstein sent a letter requesting more information on President Donald Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner related to his security clearance and questions over whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 election.
|President Trump begins paying legal bills from his own pocket|
President Donald Trump has begun paying his personal legal bills stemming from the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 campaign out of his own pocket, relieving the Republican Party of future payments, the White House's special counsel on the matter announced Friday.
|Trump says he has put big-game trophy decision on hold|
President Donald Trump said Friday that he has decided to put a decision about big-game trophies on hold.
|How the middle class would fare under the Senate tax bill|
|Republican calls 'bullcrap' on Democrat during tax debate|
The Senate finance committee advanced Republicans' plans to overhaul the tax system on Thursday night, but not without a fiery argument between senators just minutes before the vote.
|Trump blasts Franken, silent on Moore|
President Donald Trump, who has largely stayed mum on the allegations of sexual misconduct against Alabama Senate Republican candidate Roy Moore, blasted Democratic Sen. Al Franken Thursday night after a woman said he groped and kissed her without her consent.
|Moore accuser: 'It was full-on assault'|
Tina Johnson, who accused Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of groping her when she was a teenager, talks to CNN's Erin Burnett about her experience.
|Trump biographer: He revels in getting away with it|
Trump's long history of abusive treatment of women liklely explains his silence on Roy Moore, but he couldn't resist slamming Franken who he sees now as a weakling for being brought to account--unlike Trump who got elected President, writes Michael D'Antonio.
|Kayla Moore: Roy Moore's staunchest defender|
While Roy Moore faces accusations from several women that he pursued sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers, one person has emerged as his strongest defender -- his wife, Kayla.
|Dingell says a prominent figure pawed her|
In an interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota, Rep. Debbie Dingell says a "prominent" senator was aggressive with her and others.
|This protester did something about it: He just got elected|
In just over the past year, Braxton Winston has gone from a prominent protester to a popular politician.
|Russia vetoes extension of UN probe into Syria chemical weapons|
Russia vetoed Friday night a last-gasp UN resolution to extend the mandate of the international inspections of chemical weapons use in Syria.
|AG Sessions cracks Russia joke in speech|
Attorney General Jeff Sessions made a joke in a speech to The Federalist Society, asking if anyone in the crowd had been to Russia.
|Here's what happened to teachers after Wisconsin gutted their unions|
|NFL investigates allegations against Jameis Winston|
|Argentina loses contact with submarine|
The Argentine navy has lost contact with one of its submarines that was traveling off the country's Atlantic coast, the military service said Friday.
|US tumbles from 1st in ranking of top nations|
America's brand has taken a major hit in the age of Trump.
|Cowboys owner Jerry Jones apologizes for racist remark from 2013|
|$127M NBAer was playing 'like he was in a prison'|
|Cards Against Humanity aims to stop wall|
Party game Cards Against Humanity launched a campaign, asking customers to pay $15 to support their effort to purchase land on the border of US and Mexico. They hope to slow construction of Trump's border wall, making it as expensive and time-consuming as possible.
|Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga split|
Jennifer Hudson and David Otunga have split after 10 years.
|Victoria's Secret is struggling|
|Serena Williams says 'I do'|
Tennis superstar Serena Williams and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian were married in New Orleans.
|Star Wars video game maker apologizes |
|Is this pub really the world's best restaurant?|
|Rookie transforms worst NFL pass defense|
|Is this the world's most expensive noodle soup?|
In a city where a bowl of noodles doesn't usually cost more than $6, a shop in Taipei has been charging $325, or TWD10,000, for its beef noodle soup -- and diners are happily paying for it.
|See humanoid robot do a backflip|
Boston Dynamics released a video of its humanoid robot Atlas hopping and doing backflips. It's the second time this week the company has teased an updated robot.
|Simone Biles: Gabby Douglas tweet 'shocks me'|
|Gymnast: We are taking our power back |
Former Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney alleged that former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexually abused her, starting when she was 13 years old.
|Simone Biles: Body image issue was biggest personal challenge|
Rio's Olympics propelled Simone Biles to stratospheric levels of fame.
|Gold medalist was teased about her body|
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles talks to CNN about her struggle with body insecurity as a young adult.
|NBA stars are turning vegan|
|Can this plant-based patty really satisfy a burger lover?|
Beyond Meat claims it makes a veggie burger that tastes ? and browns ? like actual meat. Cristina Alesci visited their headquarters in Los Angeles to put the burger to the test.
|Want to go vegan? These products can help|
Want to cut meat out of your diet, but don't want to miss it too much? There are a growing number of products to help you go vegetarian or vegan.
|The store that doesn't actually care if you buy anything|
|How pod planes could change travel forever|
Hypersonics, electric propulsion, triple deckers -- think you've seen everything when it comes to new aircraft concepts?
|See 'breathing Earth' timelapse over the past 20 years|
NASA has released a time-lapse video representing life on Earth over the past 20 years. It was created using data compiled from satellites.
|This week's eye-popping photos |
Take a look at 31 photos of the week from November 10 through November 16.
|Millennials are shaking up these 7 industries|
|Beauty line has cult following thanks to this|
Emily Weiss was writing reviews of beauty products. Then she realized she could create her own.
|These founders think shaving is too expensive|
|The Manafort money laundering charges: What's in store?|
|Retreat isn't in Steve Bannon's DNA|
|Why conservatives lost faith in mainstream media|
|Move over, Indiana Jones: Meet the physicists |
Indiana Jones is forever imprinted in our collective consciousness as a quintessential tomb raider. With a jaunty fedora and a leather whip, he careens across the Egyptian desert, discovering long-lost ancient secrets. Everybody knows how it works.
|More regulation for Facebook?|
At the beginning of November, the general counsels of Facebook, Google and Twitter appeared on Capitol Hill to answer questions about a destabilizing campaign of Russian meddling. Members of Congress grilled them on exactly how each of the platforms might have allowed malicious publishing from foreign actors aimed at influencing the US election.
|Liberals, don't defend Franken|
Add liberal Democratic Sen. Al Franken to the long and growing list of prominent men (yes, it's all men) who turn out to have abused their power by engaging in sleazy, self-indulgent misconduct. A credible, infuriating account by radio news anchor Leeann Tweeden describes Franken allegedly forcibly kissing Tweeden against her will in 2006 while rehearsing for a USO overseas tour to entertain troops in the Middle East.
|Mortgage rates just plummeted. Lock in now!|
|How well are you managing your migraines?|
|3 cards charging 0% interest until 2019|
|Senate's $1.5T tax reform bill advances out of committee|
|Alabama Senate poll: Jones leads Moore|
Democrat Doug Jones has opened up an eight-point lead in the US Senate race in Alabama amid multiple sexual abuse allegations against Republican Roy Moore, according to a new Fox News poll released Thursday.
|Rep. Dingell says she was groped by 'prominent historical person' in the '80s|
Rep. Debbie Dingell recounted on Friday decades-old instances when a "prominent historical person" groped her and that a former senator acted inappropriately toward her.
|Senators get into shouting match over tax plan|
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) got into a shouting match over the GOP tax bill during a committee meeting.
|DHS' head of community outreach resigns over past remarks on black community, Islam|
Rev. Jamie Johnson resigned Thursday as the head of faith-based and neighborhood partnerships at the Department of Homeland Security after a CNN KFile report revealed inflammatory past comments he made about the black community and Islam.
|Giving birth is perilous enough without the hurricane|
|Three questions for more mindful parenting|
Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace" is one of literature's greatest hits. It also contains more than half a million words. I'll get to it eventually, possibly not before I retire.
|The last abortion clinic in Kentucky|
Dona Wells vividly remembers when abortions were illegal. When some took their chances on dangerous abortions performed by amateurs or even themselves. That could become reality again in her home state of Kentucky.
|Will Hollywood's sexual-misconduct reckoning result in lasting change?|
Since the Harvey Weinstein allegations surfaced, Hollywood has been buffeted by waves of new sexual-misconduct allegations against people both in front of and behind the camera. The question now is whether and how the entertainment industry can transform that outpouring of outrage and disgust into action.
|Rapper Lil Peep dead at 21|
Rapper Lil Peep, an emerging voice on the hip-hop scene and a YouTube star, has died at the age of 21, police and a business associate confirmed to CNN.
|Jeff Ross uses comedy to tackle immigration |
There's a moment in Jeff Ross's new comedy special where the comedian couldn't possibly look any more out of place.
|Denzel Washington's 'Roman J. Israel'|
Denzel Washington, the producer, has developed a knack for finding great roles for Denzel Washington, the actor -- last year in "Fences" (which he also directed), this year in "Roman J. Israel, Esq." Washington's quirky performance shines brightly, but in a movie that otherwise doesn't present an especially strong case for rushing out to see it.
|'Mudbound' lifts Netflix with look at race divides|
Elevating Netflix's theatrical game, "Mudbound" is a powerful and absorbing film, one that does a splendid job of preserving its literary voice while painting a densely layered portrait of two families -- one white, one black -- in World War II-era Mississippi.
|A look at one of the Maldives' priciest resorts|
|Where to eat in Chicago right now|
New York and Los Angeles might occasionally vie for the title, but many experts agree: Chicago is the best restaurant city in America right now.