BREAKING: President Trump's communications with a foreign leader are part of whistleblower complaint, the Washington Post reports https://cnn.it/2AuGZhV pic.twitter.com/FrIIqCWB0K
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wore brownface during an 'Arabian Nights' school event in 2001, a spokesperson for his party confirms https://cnn.it/2koEbOR pic.twitter.com/FbnZbQ0rRD
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire agrees to testify before the House Intelligence Committee after initially refusing to testify and hand over a whistleblower complaint https://cnn.it/2kTy7hv pic.twitter.com/4YRvvqGc1s
AT&T is considering selling DirecTV, according to the Wall Street Journalhttps://cnn.it/2AqZ4xr
JUST IN: The Federal Reserve cuts interest rates for the second time in two months in an attempt to stimulate economic growth and head off a potential downturnhttps://cnn.it/2Av4tn6
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.