United States law enforcement sources have told CNN’s justice reporter Evan Perez that U.S. investigators have determined that North Korea was behind the cyber-attack on Sony Pictures. An official announcement could come as early as Thursday. This report first aired on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, 5-7 p.m. ET.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein speaks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about a newly released CIA torture report.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer speaks to Sen. Rand Paul about the New York chokehold grand jury decision after the death of Eric Garner.
CNN Senior Editorial Producer Jill Chappell shows you the ins and outs of how to get the most out of Black Friday.
Dan Pfeiffer, senior advisor to President Obama, explains mistakes found in Obamacare enrollment numbers.
CNN's Elise Labott reports the White House is reviewing new strategies to defeat ISIS, including Bashar al-Assad's removal.
Fresh off of his re-election to the United States Senate, Lindsey Graham (R-SC) spoke with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer about the Republican’s new Senate majority. The full interview aired on CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, 5-7 p.m. ET.
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Graham on why majority doesn’t guarantee a Republican White House in 2016: “This crowd can turn on you. In 2004, we had the White House, President Bush, and 55 Republicans. By 2008, we were down to 40. So we've got to deliver, and this may be our last best chance as a party to re-establish ourselves in the eyes of the American people.”
Graham on Iranian nuclear deal: “I will not tolerate, as much as I want to work with the president, engaging in a deal with the Iranian ayatollahs without the Congress looking at the details and voting on it because it's too important.”
Graham’s advice to President Obama: “I would like to do a mini Simpson-Bowles still. He really embraced that idea. So I just told him be patient. Invite people down. You know, you're an engaging fellow. It's hard not to like the president, but he's a very distant figure in Washington. Get that behind you and finally unleash Joe Biden. Everybody likes Joe.”A full transcript of the interview is available after the jump.
As election day nears, campaigning candidates make their final push for votes. CNN's Dana Bash reports during The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.
During The Situation Room with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, State Dept. deputy spokesperson, Marie Harf, responds to a report that says a U.S. official called Netanyahu 'chickens**t.'
A little appliance caused a big fuss at a Florida debate with Gov. Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist, but Crist's fan isn't allowed on stage under the rules of an October 21 Florida governor's race debate that CNN is hosting in conjunction with Jacksonville affiliate WJXT.
The candidates were sent a memo on October 8 outlining the format, rules and logistical information for the debate. Among those rules: No electronic devices.
After being lampooned on social media with #fangate trending, Gov. Scott told CNN affiliate WPBF, "I think he was sweating and he needed a fan. I'm surprised he didn't try to ask for dry ice." Crist's campaign later started selling hand held fans that read, "I'm a fan of Charlie Crist."
Watch CNN on Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. ET to see Jake Tapper co-host the next live, one-hour gubernatorial debate in Jacksonville, Fla. between the two candidates.