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Unemployment rate drops to lowest level in decades

Unemployment rate drops to lowest level in decades

The US economy added 263,000 jobs in April, another surprisingly strong month of hiring. The unemployment rate fell to 3.6%, the lowest level since December 1969. #CNN #News
Pete Buttigieg: My husband will be an amazing father

Pete Buttigieg: My husband will be an amazing father

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg discusses marriage and the prospect of becoming a father with CNN's Poppy Harlow and John Avlon. #CNN #News
UK bans all 737 MAXs from its airspace

UK bans all 737 MAXs from its airspace

Britain's aviation authority is banning all commercial Boeing 737 MAX passenger flights from UK airspace, following the fatal plane crash in Ethiopia. #CNN #News
Howard Schultz on health care, immigration and taxing the wealthy

Howard Schultz on health care, immigration and taxing the wealthy

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz talks to CNN's Poppy Harlow about his vision for health care, immigration reform and tax cuts. Schultz defended his criticism of medicare-for-all schemes, against Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) plan to tax the super wealthy and…
Howard Schultz vows he won't re-elect Trump in 2020

Howard Schultz vows he won’t re-elect Trump in 2020

Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains to CNN's Poppy Harlow why he believes he can beat President Donald Trump in 2020 and responds to criticism from Democrats that his candidacy will help re-elect Trump. #Schultz #CNN #News
Trump slams US intelligence chiefs as naive and wrong

Trump slams US intelligence chiefs as naive and wrong

President Donald Trump criticized the US Intelligence community for being "passive and naive" when it comes to Iran and they are wrong in their assessment of Tehran's threat in a series of Tweets. CNN's Barbara Starr reports. #CNN #News #Trump
Lawmaker is questioned about controversial tweets

Lawmaker is questioned about controversial tweets

The first Somali-American elected to Congress, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), was pressed on her controversial tweets regarding Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Israel. #CNN #News
US service members killed in Syria explosion

US service members killed in Syria explosion

ISIS has claimed responsibility for a deadly explosion that resulted in several reported casualties in a Syrian city where US soldiers are deployed in the area, a militia controlling the city and a UK-based monitoring group said. #CNN #News
Detained American's twin denies espionage claims

Detained American’s twin denies espionage claims

The brother of Paul Whelan, an American detained while traveling in Russia, said he firmly believes his brother is not a spy.

CNN anchor: Trump lawsuit ‘not about politics’

CNN anchor Poppy Harlow told viewers on Tuesday that the network’s decision to sue the Trump administration over its revocation of White House correspondent Jim Acosta’s press credentials is "not about politics" but instead "about constitutional rights.” In the lawsuit filed Tuesday morning, CNN accuses President Trump and other White House officials of violating Acosta’s First and Fifth Amendment rights, the latest escalation of an ongoing feud between Trump and CNN. “I think, Ted, we should remind our viewers this is not about politics," Harlow said during an interview with Ted Boutrous, who is representing CNN in the suit. And Ted Olson and I, we come from different political viewpoints, actually, even though we have been partners for 30 years," replied Boutrous. "That’s the whole point." So this ruling will protect everyone in the press and every citizen, no matter what their political affiliation, so they get as much information as they can get so they can govern themselves," he continued. It is a First Amendment issue that is really important to our society.” Boutrous's argument on CNN echoes that of the language in the lawsuit, which says the White House decision to revoke Acosta's pass has a "dangerous chilling effect for any journalist." "If left unchallenged, the actions of the White House would create a dangerous chilling effect for any journalist who covers our elected officials." The legal action comes six days after a combative exchange between Acosta and Trump in the White House East Room that dominated headlines for days. The exchange came to a head Acosta fired off a series of questions while openly debating the president of his portrayal of a migrant caravan as an “invasion.” When Trump tried to move on to another reporter after Acosta attempted to ask a fourth question, Acosta initially refused to surrender the microphone to a White House intern. The following day, Sanders announced that Acosta's "hard pass" was being revoked as a result.