|Think you know more than these Adam Sandler fans?|
CNN quizzes folks in New York about comedy icon Adam Sandler and his decades long career.
|SCOTUS justice draws laughs during hearing on Jack Daniel's trademark infringement|
The Supreme Court delved into the complexities of federal trademark law in a case concerning a poop-themed dog toy that resembles a Jack Daniel's bottle, at times erupting into laughter as the justices explored how much protection should be given to parodists that rip off trademarks they don't own.
|Hear Stephen Smith's mother describe her late son|
The death of Stephen Smith, whose body was found in the middle of a road in 2015, is being investigated as a homicide, a spokesperson for the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division told CNN. Stephen's mother, Sandy Smith, joins CNN's Anderson Cooper along with the family's attorney, Eric Bland.
|Former Trump White House lawyer says DC circuit will not be part of 'delay game'|
Former Trump White House Lawyer Ty Cobb reacts to former President Donald Trump's defense attorney Evan Corcoran's scheduled testimony before the grand jury investigating classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago.
|Reporters repeatedly ask Rand Paul about his Trump investigation tweet. See his response|
Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) refused to answer reporters when asked about a tweet he posted saying Alvin Bragg, Manhattan DA investigating former President Trump, "should be put in jail."
|Asian Americans who are fed up with city's crime are shifting to the right|
CNN's Kyung Lah reports on the factors that have contributed to Asian American voters in San Francisco shifting to the right and what this means for Democrats.
|How much does it cost to fly to space? CNN reporter breaks it down|
Senior data report Harry Enten joins CNN's Anderson Cooper to run the numbers on space travel.
|Survivor reacts to Russian missile strike: We are not afraid, we are angry|
CNN's Ivan Watson reports from where a Russian missile struck an apartment complex in Zaporizhzhia, Ukraine, speaking to a survivor who describes the moment of the attack.
|Hear what tourists have to say as giant seaweed blob heads toward Florida beaches|
CNN's Leyla Santiago reports on the giant seaweed blob heading towards the East Coast and speaks with tourists and Florida residents as it's expected to impact beaches.
|DeSantis v Trump|
As Trump faces a week of legal troubles, DeSantis gets a few digs in against a potential presidential rival about character, no-drama, and winning.
|Warren: Powell is a 'dangerous man to have in this job'|
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) joins CNN's Jake Tapper to discuss the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates as it attempts to fight inflation.
|CNN 10: The big stories of the day, explained in 10 minutes|
Today CNN 10 is looking at the U.S. promise to send $350 million dollars in weapons and equipment to Ukraine. And CNN visited Fort Sill in Oklahoma where the U.S. is instructing top Ukrainians on weapons systems. Then, CNN 10 is looking at research at Columbia University that's creating the perfect cheesecake...with 3D printing. And Jeanne Moos has a story involving two dogs and one epic prank. All that and more on this episode of CNN 10.
|Richard Quest explains what the Federal Reserve's latest rate hike decision means for consumers|
CNN's Richard Quest reports.
|An appeals court rules one of Trump's attorneys must testify to a federal grand jury in the classified documents probe|
CNN's Sara Murray reports.
|'An illegal agreement': Video shows Trump's lawyer questioned hush money payment back in 2018|
A CNN interview from 2018 shows that Donald Trump's lawyer, Joe Tacopina, once had a very different argument about the hush money paid to Stormy Daniels.
|Strip club bouncers fight off, disarm masked man with a gun|
Security guards working at a strip club in Tampa, Florida, are being hailed as heroes after they stopped an armed man wearing a devil mask from entering the club.
|A massive whale was spotted off the coast of Spain. Why it's incredibly rare|
A 40-ton fin whale was spotted off the coast of Spain with a severe deformity, likely caused by a traumatic event.
|Pushing the boundaries of wakeboarding|
Meet the trio of wakeboarders who created "Frozen Lake Wake" in Sweden.
|Former Fed vice chair: Federal Reserve made wrong decision|
Alan Blinder discusses the central bank's concerns amid sticky inflation and banking turmoil.
|Ukrainian human rights lawyer Oleksandra Matviichuk discusses atrocities and accountability|
Ukraine is being hit by yet more Russian bombardment, including on civilian targets. Nobel Peace Prize winner Oleksandra Matviichuk speaks with Christiane Amanpour about the assaults on her country, the quest for justice, and what gives her hope.
|Boris Johnson faces UK lawmakers over "Partygate" scandal|
Isa Soares speaks to John Rentoul, Chief Political Commentator at The Independent, after Boris Johnson faced a grilling from MPs over whether he misled parliament over lockdown-era parties.
|Finding the fiery red rocks in Nevada's Valley of Fire|
One of the must-see sights when in Las Vegas can be found an hour north of the strip. CNN's Off the Beaten Path takes the main drive through the bright red rock formations of the Valley of Fire state park. And Adrenaline ATV Tours takes us off road to reveal the back country of this amazing destination.
|Hollywood Minute: First look at 'Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields'|
Previews of documentaries about Brooke Shields and singer/songwriter Louis Tomlinson, plus Anna Hathaway's latest role. David Daniel reports.
|The Fed hikes rates by a quarter point despite banking turmoil|
CNN's Richard Quest reports on the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates by 0.25%
|Lance Reddick on 'John Wick: Chapter 4'|
In his final interview with CNN, Reddick, who died unexpectedly March 17th, and co-star Ian McShane talk with Rick Damigella about the film.
|'I've done nothing wrong... I only want my right to education,' pleads Afghan girl|
Christiane Amanpour speaks with one Afghan girl inside Afghanistan, who is still being denied her right to education by the Taliban. "Today my heart really felt broken," she tells CNN.
|Afghan scholar: Time is up, Taliban must reverse ban on girls going to school|
Orzala Nemat tells Christiane Amanpour that the time is up for the Taliban, and they must finally reverse the ban on girls going to secondary school.
|Norway's skiing star Kilde celebrates another downhill crown|
Norway's Aleksander Aamodt Kilde hoisted the crystal globe trophy after the final downhill of the World Cup season in Andorra. His six wins out of 10 races this season earned him his second straight Alpine Ski World Cup downhill title. Kilde has been reflecting on his achievements with CNN.
|US Envoy for Afghan girls: Taliban punishing its own people|
Rina Amir, US Special Envoy for Afghan women and girls, tells Christiane Amanpour Afghan women are asking for help to push back against the Taliban.