Republican commentator Ana Navarro rates Donald Trump a “C- or D” on his first 200 days as president.
In southwestern Ohio, opioid overdose rates are at historic highs. One mother whose son died calls the crisis “chemical warfare.”
After a decade apart, 12-year-old Kalib Swafford meets his biological father, who has been clean from heroin for 18 months.
Rachel Chaffin was a cheerleader and graduated high school with a 4.0 GPA. She was also addicted to heroin.
White House correspondent April Ryan said the exchange between Jim Acosta and Stephen Miller took the press room to a “very new low.”
Arizona lawmakers are teaming up with law enforcement officers to educate drivers on what to do if they are pulled over with a gun in the car. CNN’s Kaylee Hartung has the story.
Vice President Mike Pence is slamming a New York Times report that said multiple Pence advisers have intimated to GOP donors that Pence would plan to run if Trump did not.
Jake Tapper asks Sen. Ron Johnson if he would support bipartisan legislation that would protect Robert Mueller from being fired by President Trump.
Jake Tapper asks Sen. Ron Johnson if he would support proposed immigration legislation that would cut legal immigration in half over the next ten years.
After the collapse of repeal and replace, Ron Johnson says Congress should turn their attention towards the debt ceiling and funding the government.