Here’s what you might have missed on CNN on Friday.
‘Kong: Skull Island’ review: King Kong returns in dim attempt to launch new monster movie franchise starring Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson.
Travis Roy was paralyzed in his first college hockey game. Now he’s dedicating his life to helping others.
Is the White House using the National Enquirer to threaten and blackmail journalists? That’s what MSNBC hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski are alleging.
In Chandler, Arizona, Waymo’s self-driving vans practice driving near ambulances, police cars and fire trucks.
The widow of one of the Ogoni 9 activists who were executed by the Nigerian military government has won a 22 year battle to bring oil giant Shell to court.
The Trump administration is considering slapping tariffs on imported steel. The decision is expected to come Friday.
As Senate Republicans have picked up efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, Americans have taken to social media and elsewhere to share stories of how they believe Obamacare has helped them or hurt them.
Banks aced the annual exams administered by the Fed and are now teeing up over $100 bln of payouts. Gina Chon and Jeffrey Goldfarb discuss what’s next for foreign lenders and Citigroup.
Washington Cathedral annual Fourth of July concert, Declaration of Independence reading