Report: White House caves, decides not to revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass

The White House reversed course Monday in deciding not to revoke CNN reporter Jim Acosta’s press credentials, ending a saga that began the day after the midterm elections, ABC News reported.

White House says it will revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass... again

CNN on Monday asked a federal judge for an emergency briefing, after the White House sent a letter to reporter Jim Acosta saying his press pass is slated to once again be suspended.

Today in Trump’s America: Judge set to rule on CNN lawsuit against Trump

A federal judge presided over a hearing on CNN’s lawsuit against the White House, claiming the Trump administration infringed on Jim Acosta’s First Amendment rights when it revoked his press pass.

Fox News to file a legal brief supporting CNN’s lawsuit against the White House

“Fox News supports CNN in its legal effort to regain its White House reporter’s press credential.”

CNN sues Trump administration to reinstate reporter Jim Acosta’s press credentials

CNN on Tuesday announced that it filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and other senior White House officials, accusing them of violating Jim Acosta’s First Amendment rights.

Hype Daily: These celebs are among those affected by California fires and more entertainment news

Neil Young, Gerard Butler and Miley Cyrus all lost their homes to the blaze.

Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ finale is a love letter to New York, the city he called home

Bourdain visits the Lower East Side, the neighborhood of his punk rock youth.

“You ask a lot of stupid questions”: Trump won’t stop attacking black female journalists

Trump went after three black female journalists this week — all for the offense of asking him legitimate, relevant questions.

Trump scolds defeated Republicans who rejected his endorsement before midterms

During a predictably wild news conference, Trump slams Republicans who "gave me no love," the Russia probe and the media.

Democrats see racist 11th-hour messaging in 2018 midterm cycle

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue called the Florida governor's race "cotton-pickin' important" and a racist robocall labeled Stacey Abrams a "negress."

Anthony Bourdain was a fierce advocate for immigrants — and we could really use his voice right now

Without Bourdain to champion the rights of those who need it most, who's going to step up in this critical time?

Trump complains GOP momentum faltering after deadly synagogue shooting

Republicans had "two maniacs stop a momentum that was incredible," the president said, a week after an anti-Semite allegedly killed 11 and a Trump fanatic allegedly mailed IEDs to Democrats.

Suspicious package addressed to CNN intercepted in Atlanta

Even after the arrest of Cesar Sayoc Jr., FBI officials warned that there might be more packages in the postal system and told the public to remain vigilant.

What was it like to work with Anthony Bourdain? The ‘Parts Unknown’ crew spills in special episode.

“Only pet the baby when it’s sleeping" was Bourdain's philosophy for showing his crew appreciation.

Florida man Cesar Sayoc arrested in connection with string of mail bombs

Sayoc faces five federal charges, including illegal mailing of explosives, which together carry up to 58 years in prison.

Two more packages found addressed to Sen. Cory Booker and former Intel Chief James Clapper

The new packages bring the number of IEDs found to 12, as law enforcement officers race to find the culprit behind the string of attempted bombings targeted at Democratic officials, donors and CNN.


Mic Daily: Trump and his backers respond to bombing attempts

Mic Daily is a cross section of our most vital stories of the day.

Time Warner building in New York evacuated after “suspicious package” sent to CNN offices

The evacuation came after the Secret Service announced it had intercepted IEDs sent to Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Trump admits he has “no proof” to back up his racist migrant caravan claims

The president had claimed in a tweet Monday that "unknown Middle Easterners" are among the thousands of migrants marching toward the U.S. border in search of asylum.

Anthony Bourdain makes a case against Trump’s wall in season 12, episode 4 of ‘Parts Unknown’

"Loyalty is a big thing in Texas, and you ain’t gonna build a fence between me and my loyal friends.”

The media strikes back as Trump is sued over stifling of free speech

The lawsuit alleges that Trump's attacks on the press violate First Amendment rights both for journalists and those who consume news.

Anthony Bourdain’s legacy and love of food honored in special episode of ‘Parts Unknown’

“He cleaned up good, but he was also really comfortable out in the wild.”

Stacey Abrams calls opponent Brian Kemp’s voter suppression efforts part of a “pattern of behavior”

Abrams said her Republican opponent's efforts to suppress 53,000 voters was “part of a pattern of behavior where he tries to tilt the playing field in his favor or in the favor of his party."

Ted Cruz declines to participate in televised town hall after Beto O’Rourke turns down debate

Despite a similar offer extended to incumbent Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, CNN announced in a statement that the Republican’s camp had declined to participate.

In ‘Parts Unknown’ episode 3, Anthony Bourdain attends a funeral and grapples with life and death

In Indonesia, Bourdain witnesses a traditional Balinese funeral and talks about his own death.

‘Parts Unknown’ episode 2 is a rare glimpse of Anthony Bourdain through the eyes of a close friend

The episode — filmed in Asturias, Spain, with José Andrés — is the first in which Bourdain doesn't serve as the show's narrator.

In ‘Parts Unknown’ season 12 premiere, Anthony Bourdain reveled in his work: “I pinch myself”

This episode is the last one to feature Bourdain’s written narration.

Sen. Lindsey Graham acknowledges that Brett Kavanaugh could overturn ‘Roe v. Wade’ on Supreme Court

Graham acknowledged that even though 'Roe v. Wade' is settled precedent, Kavanaugh can still vote to overturn it.

Trump team demands proof from Mueller investigation in latest attempt to sway public opinion

Giuliani's comments Sunday mark the latest attempt by the Trump team to discredit the Mueller investigation.

Anthony Bourdain contemplates happiness, life and death in the ‘Parts Unknown’ season finale

The final episode was filmed in Bhutan, a country that's been called "the land of happiness."