White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer fired back at the media for the way they reported the size of the crowd at President Donald Trump's inauguration, saying it was inaccurate.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer launched into a tirade against the media Saturday, slamming what he said was unfair reporting of the attendance of President Donald Trump's inauguration, along with other criticisms.
President Donald Trump, seeking to demonstrate he backs the intelligence community after a turbulent transition, told CIA employees Saturday at their headquarters: "I am so behind you."
President Donald Trump started and finished a speech he gave at the CIA headquarters Saturday afternoon by criticizing the "dishonest media." Several of the things he said were inaccurate.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched through Washington, D.C., and cities across the globe on Saturday.
The civil war in Syria, the Palestinians and the nuclear agreement with Iran will be on the agenda when Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls US President Donald Trump on Sunday, Netanyahu told his weekly Cabinet meeting.
Donald Trump's first address as US president wasn't just watched by Americans -- the world was listening too, and for now, his inaugural remarks have left some depressed, many wary and everyone waiting for more.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she will visit US President Donald Trump in Washington on Friday, likely making her the first foreign leader to meet with the newly inaugurated president.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen travels to the religious city of Qom to hear from Iranians and their perception of the newly elected president of the United States.
Delegates have begun arriving in Kazakhstan for peace talks on Syria brokered by Russia and Turkey.
The American drone war in Pakistan effectively ended nearly eight months ago when the US conducted its last drone strike, killing the Taliban's leader, Mullah Akhtar Mansour.
Marches for women's rights in the United States and around the world amounted to a remarkable protest against Donald Trump on his first full day in office.
It's going to be impossible to gauge how many people exactly attended the inauguration of Donald Trump in 2017 as opposed to Barack Obama in 2009.
At least two Canadians say they were turned away at the US border after revealing that they intended to go to the Women's March.
Protesters flooded Washington and gathered in many other cities Saturday to take a stand on President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration. The protesters hoped to send a strong message to the world that they oppose this commander-in-chief. They want to make it clear that Trump does not have a mandate to take America in a new direction and that he doesn't represent the values of the nation.
There were mothers, wives, sisters, daughters, husbands, fathers, brothers and sons; their ages ranged from those in strollers to people with walkers and they were united in a message of solidarity with women around the world.
Thousands of people gathered in London to protest against the United States' new President Donald Trump.
It was a trophy presentation that will stay with me forever. No fist pumps, no back-slapping, no shouting and screaming. There was barely even a team, just a handful of players choking back the tears as they lowered their heads to receive their medals.
A day after his younger brother nearly upset one of the game's greats at the Australian Open, Mischa Zverev went one better when he eliminated Andy Murray in four sets to hand the world No. 1 his worst grand slam defeat -- in ranking -- in a decade.
The families of victims on board the missing flight MH370 said Sunday they planned to hand-deliver a petition and personal letters to Malaysia's transportation minister urging the search for the plane be resumed.
One day after President Trump was sworn in, "Saturday Night Live" opened its show with Beck Bennett's Vladimir Putin speaking directly to the American people.
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake has struck west of Papua New Guinea.
Nicole Gibbs was only 17 and climbing the junior tennis rankings when the online abuse began.
An act to legalize the use of marijuana for medicinal purposes was passed by German parliamentarians. They voted unanimously in favor of the new bill, first approved by the country's cabinet in May 2016.
Lewis Hamilton welcome his new Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas on social media -- but will the three-time champion be so friendly in the heat of competition?
Swelling music and angry rhetoric, straight from the Donald Trump inauguration playbook, were prominent Saturday as Europe's nationalist parties gathered under the banner "Europe of Nations and Freedom" -- their political bloc in the European Union parliament.
A massive white Islamic flag signals our entry into rebel-held northern Syria on a cold, cloudy winter day.
After a busy working day, Rahma Diab makes her way to Cairo's International stadium. Boots strapped, helmet fastened, mouth guard in place, she braces herself for the hits and knocks that will inevitably come.
It is skiing's ultimate test of guts for glory on the world's most famous and feared ribbon of snow and ice.
Illma Gore caused quite a controversy during the presidential campaign last year with her illustration depicting a nude Donald Trump. This time she's teamed up with an artist collective to create a mural using human blood.
There are few places on Earth that rival the untamed wilderness and primal seclusion of Myanmar's Mergui Archipelago.
His supporters will cheer his tough inaugural address, but it was no call to unity, and left opponents--and likely governments around the world--rattled by its dark vision, says David Gergen.
President Donald Trump was sworn in Friday. CNN contributors and analysts offered these assessments of the 45th president's inauguration. The opinions expressed in these commentaries are solely those of the authors.
President Donald Trump in his inaugural address laid out a "petty" and "small" vision for a "radically ordinary country," CNN contributor Van Jones argued Friday.
On Tuesday, days before leaving office, President Barack Obama granted clemency to 273 people. Among them was Chelsea Manning, a transgender woman whose life has been endangered by cruel and abusive conditions throughout her nearly seven years in a men's prison. She will now be released in May instead of serving out the rest of her original 35-year sentence, but she has already been incarcerated for longer than any other American ever charged with leaking information to the media.
One of the many decisions facing President Donald Trump is whether to continue the federal government's hands off policy on marijuana, which has allowed the legal sale of the substance in 27 states.