CNN - Latest National security adviser: Term 'radical Islamic terrorism' isn't helpful 2017-02-25T15:28:47.000000Z New national security adviser H.R. McMaster is already setting a strikingly different tone than his ousted predecessor, Michael Flynn, and President Donald Trump, saying the term "radical Islamic terrorism" isn't helpful for US goals. Suspect in Kim Jong Nam death thought she used baby oil, official says 2017-02-25T15:21:56.000000Z A suspect in the death of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, thought she was rubbing baby oil on his face, according to an Indonesian official. Mosul battle: Civilians killed by landmines as they flee, police say 2017-02-25T15:05:13.000000Z More than 50 civilians have been killed or injured by landmines since Friday night as they fled a village about 9 miles west of Mosul, Iraq's Federal Police said. Warren Buffett: 'Talented and ambitious immigrants' make the U.S. economy great 2017-02-25T15:03:19.000000Z Warren Buffett noted that In his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders, How a slave ship was a bridge to cultural understanding 2017-02-25T14:59:13.000000Z In talking about his children's book about a slave shipwreck, Michael Cottman learned that kids better than some adults understand how real history is. Bill Mitchell: The happiest guy at CPAC 2017-02-25T14:51:49.000000Z Bill Mitchell become a punchline throughout the 2016 campaign for his insistence that the polls were wrong and Donald Trump would win. At CPAC this week, Mitchell cut a triumphant figure. Why Trump's election scares data scientists 2017-02-25T14:26:23.000000Z Data Refuge collects federal data about climate change in order to preserve the information and keep it publicly accessible. What do angry attendees at Republican town halls want? 2017-02-25T14:15:47.000000Z During town hall events, constituents have asked pointed questions and challenged longtime Republicans on their stance on President Donald Trump's policies. Democratic Party set to choose its new chair 2017-02-25T14:10:23.000000Z Democrats are set to choose a new chair to lead their battered party as it tries to channel its base's anti-Donald Trump energy into an electoral rebound. Under GOP draft of Obamacare repeal plan, a lot of people could lose coverage 2017-02-25T13:54:09.000000Z A draft of the House Republicans' bill to repeal Obamacare would replace its subsidies with less generous tax credits, increase the amount insurers could charge older Americans and effectively eliminate Medicaid for low-income adults. without insurance.