CNN's SE Cupp pokes fun at what the 2020 Democratic candidates told the New York Times their favorite comfort food is.
A med school student who disappeared in Mexico on June 15 is home in the United States, but says he can't remember anything about what happened to him.
Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh tells Amanpour why he thinks the Trump administration's Middle East peace plan is destined to fail.
University of Utah student Mackenzie Lueck took a late-night Lyft ride from the airport last week and has not been seen since. Salt Lake City police say that both Lyft and the driver are cooperating with the investigation and they don't believe she has been harmed or in danger.
Singer Carrie Underwood's five-month-old baby can't stand her husband, Mike Fisher's singing voice, but he stops crying instantly when she sings.
Communications director Kristen Orthman explains how Sen. Elizabeth Warren's campaign avoids chasing "shiny objects" on social media.
Sen. Bernie Sanders unveiled a plan to cancel $1.6 trillion of student loan undergraduate and graduate debt for approximately 45 million people. His ambitious plan has no eligibility limitations and would be paid for with a new tax on Wall Street speculation.