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Press secretary says the President is 'voicing frustration' over Omarosa's actions

Sanders 'can't guarantee' Trump hasn't used N-word

Watch Sanders defend Trump calling Omarosa a 'dog'
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says that President Trump's description of former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman as a "dog" had "nothing to do with race."

Analysis: Trump's Omarosa obsession is telling
On Monday, President Donald Trump sent seven -- yes, seven! -- tweets attacking his former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman over claims she made in her tell-all memoir that was formally released today.

In audio, campaign aides discuss possibility of N-word tape
Aides to President Donald Trump questioned him during the 2016 campaign about the existence of an audio tape in which he purportedly said the N-word, a racial epithet, during production of his reality TV show "The Apprentice."

Trump campaign taking legal steps against Omarosa
President Donald Trump's campaign said Tuesday it has filed for arbitration, accusing Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former campaign aide and White House official, of breaching a 2016 nondisclosure agreement with the campaign.

Opinion: Trump calling Omarosa a 'dog' is sexist and racist, period
President Donald Trump on Tuesday referred to former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman as a "dog."

Pentagon spokeswoman under investigation for misusing staff
One of Defense Secretary James Mattis' most senior civilian advisers is being investigated by the Defense Department Office of Inspector General for allegedly retaliating against staff members after she used some of them to conduct her personal errands and business matters, according to four sources familiar with the probe.

Report details sexual abuse by more than 300 priests in Pennsylvania
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Mayor: Bridge collapse 'was not absolutely unexpected'
The sound of jackhammers reverberated through the night in this northern Italian city, where crews searched for survivors of a highway bridge collapse that left about two dozen people dead, officials said.

Startling images of bridge collapse
A violent storm in southern Italy has caused a viaduct to partially collapse, according to Italian state police. CNN's Nic Robertson is there

More questions than answers in murder of Russian journalists
The murder of three Russian journalists investigating the work of private military contractors in the Central African Republic is still shrouded in mystery.

Pentagon to return bells captured in the Philippines over 100 years ago
The US military intends to return to the Philippines the famed Bells of Balangiga, captured by occupying US troops more than 100 years ago, a US defense official told CNN Tuesday.

London car incident caught on video
Video captures the moment a car crashes into a security barrier outside the Houses of Parliament in London, in what police are treating as a terrorist incident.

Fort Myers' housing market is booming. So why are realtors scared?

Why Paul Manafort didn't testify on his own behalf

Poll says a majority of Republicans agrees news media is 'the enemy of the people'
A majority of Republicans said they believed the news media is "the enemy of the people" rather than "an important part of democracy" in a poll released Tuesday.

Brooke Baldwin reads Trump insults
CNN's Brooke Baldwin reads off a list of insults President Donald Trump has used to describe people since taking office and says that Trump continues to lower the bar on civility.

Analysis: Kasich's dilemma ties up Trump's GOP critics
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was among the big winners when Republican Troy Balderson apparently survived last week's special election for a US House seat centered on Columbus. Kasich was also among the biggest losers.

Opinion: With Trump in the White House, white nationalists aren't going anywhere
Standing outside in the rain near Lafayette Square, I waited Sunday to see white supremacists march in Washington, DC. Anxiety simmered under my skin as I lingered for a glimpse of the organizers who crowded Charlottesville, Virginia last August with tiki torches and hateful messages, and left the college town and the nation in chaos after their deadly protest to maintain Confederate monuments.