President Trump officially announces he's running in 2020 https://cnn.it/2Ffy8Du pic.twitter.com/mWDNNnjF39
Senators have reached an agreement on a $4.6 billion border funding package to address the influx of migrants at the southern border, three people familiar with the deal say https://cnn.it/2MWjSGa pic.twitter.com/SzQsNpyv5S
The White House says Hope Hicks is immune from testifying about her time at the White House during Wednesday's congressional testimony https://cnn.it/2Rjn7pq pic.twitter.com/SP5RntECwZ
Here's where candidates will be placed during the first Democratic debates. Biden and Sanders will be center stage June 27. https://cnn.it/2WNscMV pic.twitter.com/4wGgxCTQQV
Doctors upgrade David Ortiz's condition to "good" more than a week after the former Boston Red Sox star was shot in the Dominican Republic, his wife says
Renowned neurosurgeon Ben Carson is the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, appointed by President Donald Trump.
Ben Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 18, 1951. Carson went from being a bad student to getting scholastic honors and eventually participating in medical college. As a physician, he became director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Health center at age 33 and also earned fame for his innovative job separating conjoined twins.