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'AGT's' Jackie Evancho says as a child star 'there were men who wanted to hurt me'


Jackie Evancho is 18 now and wants to share what life was like as a child star.

Alec Baldwin pleads guilty to harassment in parking spot dispute


Alec Baldwin pleaded guilty Wednesday to a violation of harassment in connection with a dispute last year over a parking spot, according to a Manhattan district attorney's office spokeswoman.

CNN10 - 1/29/19


Venezuela's political and economic crisis takes a hard toll on its citizens, and Dubai gears up to host an international event that happens every five years.

Progress made in U.S.- Taliban negotiations


Barnett Rubin, Senior Fellow, New York University discusses prospects for peace after renewed talks between the United States and the Taliban

Innovative, iconic instruments debut at NAMM


From iconic to innovative, instruments take center stage at the NAMM music convention. Rick Damigella reports

Professional musicians turn out for NAMM Show


The annual NAMM convention in Anaheim, CA draws A-list talent from the music world to check out the latest in gear and innovations. Rick Damigella reports

Hundreds pay final respects to veteran without family


Central Texas state veterans cemetery urged the public to pay their respects at the funeral of a Vietnam-era veteran who would otherwise be buried alone. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.

Michael Cohen agrees to testify before House committee


President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen has agreed to testify behind closed doors before the House Intelligence Committee next month, the committee announced.

Acting AG: Mueller probe 'close to being completed'


Special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is "close to being completed," according to acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker.

US files criminal charges agaist China's Huwawei


The US Justice Department filed criminal charges against the Chinese tech giant Huawei and its CFO Meng Wanzhou

This robot named Stan can park your car at the airport


London's Gatwick Airport is testing out an electric, autonomous robot that parks customers' cars for them. Stan uses forklift-like arms and artificial intelligence to create up to 50% more space in a parking lot.

Watch a brazen museum heist


Police have detained a man who walked out of a Russian art gallery with an expensive painting while witnesses looked on.

How do Trump's 2016 LGBTQ allies explain his actions?


The Supreme Court's decision to let the transgender military ban go into effect comes as just the latest example of the Trump administration not protecting the LGBT community, despite his promise that he would be an ally. CNN's Jessica Dean report...

Acosta asks Sanders if Trump's presidency is in danger


CNN's Jim Acosta asks White House press secretary Sarah Sanders if she thinks that President Trump's presidency is in danger because of the indictments of Roger Stone and other Trump allies.

White House won't rule out pardon of Roger Stone


CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.

WH defends Trump at first press briefing of 2019


CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.

Michael Jackson's family denies new assault allegations


Michael Jackson's family strongly condemned HBO's documentary, "Leaving Neverland," spotlighting claims from two men who say they were sexually abused by Jackson.

Will Super Bowl fans in Atlanta be hit with snow?


Some states could suffer the coldest air in a generation, the National Weather Service said. About 220 million people -- or 75% of the continental US population -- will endure below-freezing temperatures this week.

Sanders answers questions on possible Roger Stone pardon


White House press secretary Sarah Sanders answers questions from reporters during the first press briefing in 41 days about whether or not President Trump will pardon his longtime confidant Roger Stone.

White House holds briefing amid shutdown fears


White House press secretary Sarah Sanders held the first press briefing of the year as President Donald Trump says the government could close again if he didn't get a "fair deal" on money for a border wall. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.

CNN Business Now


CNN's Paula Newton has the day's top business headlines after the Closing Bell on Wall Street. (Jan 28, 2019)

Maduro and Guaido appeal to Venezuela military


Exiled Venezuelan Opposition member David Smolansky discusses the ongoing political crisis and his support of Juan Guaido as the next leader of the country.

US announces new sanctions against Venezuela


National Security adviser John Bolton discussed new sanctions the US announced against Venezuela amid the country's humanitarian crisis.

Comedian: Crews too strong to get sexually assaulted


Actor Terry Crews responded to comments made by comedian D.L. Hughley in 2018 that mocked Crew's alleged sexual assault.

The most memorable Super Bowl ads of all time


From Michael Jordan and Larry Bird's game of "horse" to Betty White getting tackled, here are some of the most memorable Super Bowl ads of all time.

Businesses warn about China's growth slowdown


Caterpillar reported its biggest earnings miss in a decade and Nvidia cut its sales guidance. Both companies pointed to weakness in China.

Intel chiefs contradict Trump on ISIS, North Korea


The most senior intelligence officials in the Trump administration suggested that many of the President's sweeping assertions related to national security are inconsistent with their own assessments.

'Empire' actor allegedly attacked in possible hate crime


"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett was allegedly attacked in Chicago by two people after they yelled racial and homophobic slurs at him, according to police.

Gina Rodriguez stars in thriller 'Miss Bala'


Gina Rodriguez stars as an American who's forced into a life of crime in Mexico.

Watch reporter ask Bill Belichick for a selfie


During a Super Bowl press conference, a credentialed member of the media asked Patriots head coach Bill Belichick if he would take a selfie with him. As expected, the request didn't go over well.

iPhone sales dip 15% as Apple's growth in China slows


Apple reported holiday quarter earnings of $84.3 billion. That's down 5% from last year and driven by a drop in iPhone sales.

Watch the 2019 Super Bowl ads before they air


The usual Super Bowl suspects like Coke, Pepsi, Pringles and Doritos are back with their new ads featuring a host of celebrities for the big game in 2019.

Schultz: Harris' Medicare-for-all plan 'not American'


Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz criticized Democratic presidential contender Kamala Harris after she embraced a "Medicare-for-all" healthcare plan during a CNN town hall.

Colbert spoofs Stone arrest with 'Cops' inspired parody


Late-night hosts take on longtime Trump associate Roger Stone's arrest and subsequent media coverage.

Lawmakers order May to reopen Brexit negotiations


Britain is heading for a new showdown with the European Union after UK lawmakers ordered Theresa May to return to Brussels and reopen her hard-won Brexit deal.

Roger Stone pleads not guilty to Mueller probe charges


Roger Stone, a longtime Republican campaign adviser and confidant of President Donald Trump, pleaded not guilty to seven criminal charges of false statements, witness tampering and obstruction of justice. CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.

See author react to Trump's tweet during live interview


President Trump tweeted about former White House communications aide Cliff Sims during Sims' live interview with CNN's Alisyn Camerota about his new book "Team of Vipers."

Top models could face subpoenas over Fyre Festival fiasco


Attorneys can subpoena Kendall Jenner's company and other modeling agencies that represent the models who promoted the Fyre Festival, a federal judge ruled.

Undocumented housekeeper describes working for Trump


After speaking out about employment practices at Donald Trump's golf clubs, Victorina Morales is looking for a response from Washington.

Belarusian model says Russian agents tried to silence her


A Belarusian model who claimed to have information on Moscow's attempts to interfere in US elections told CNN she had been ordered by Russian security agents to keep silent about her dealings with a Russian billionaire linked to the former chairma...

Democrats select Stacey Abrams to deliever SOTU response


Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Stacey Abrams, who was narrowly defeated in the 2018 gubernatorial race in Georgia, will give the Democratic response to President Trump's State of the Union address.

In Colombia, This Dessert Honors a Country’s History


Everlinda Salgado Herrera is proud to be from San Basilio de Palenque, Colombia, believed to be the first town in the Americas liberated from slavery. Legend has it that, after abolition, residents named a delicious, coconut-laden treat “alegrí...

Critics say Ted Bundy film glamorizes serial killer


A new Ted Bundy biopic film starring Zac Efron is the darling of this year's Sundance Film Festival, but some critics think his portrayal of the serial killer could be romanticizing his murders.

How personal belief vaccine exemptions cause measles outbreaks


Dozens of unvaccinated children in Washington have become sick with measles after parents opposed to vaccines took advantage of a state law that allowed them to not vaccinate their children.

Inside the world's busiest airport


Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport holds the title of world's busiest airport, serving more than 100 million passengers a year.

This is what subzero temperatures look like


From the Gulf Coast to Maine, most of the United States is facing freezing and even subzero temperatures this week.

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