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Joe Biden said he made the right decision to select Kamala Harris as his running mate as the duo appeared at their first campaign event together

Analysis: The message Biden's VP pick sends | Harris in pictures

Thursday August 13, 2020

Why Harris?: How a personal connection guided Biden's pick


Thursday August 13, 2020

Watch: 'So what?' Fox News host fires back at guest who corrected his pronunciation of Kamala Harris

Fox News host Tucker Carlson was corrected over his pronunciation of Kamala Harris by a guest on his show after presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden named her as his running mate.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Analysis: Fox News threw everything but the kitchen sink at Kamala Harris

A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Opinion: Will Harris make a difference in November?

Commentators weigh in on Joe Biden's selection of Sen. Kamala Harris for his running mate. The views expressed in this commentary are their own.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Analysis: Who might be the next senator from California?

Joe Biden's selection Tuesday of Kamala Harris to be his vice presidential running mate immediately sets off a massive political fight to be the California senator's replacement if the Biden-Harris ticket wins on November 3.

Thursday August 13, 2020

The Republican Party just took another dangerous step

On Wednesday morning, the President of the United States tweeted congratulations to a Republican candidate who won a congressional runoff in Georgia on Tuesday.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Trump embraces candidate who promoted QAnon conspiracy theory

Top Republicans, including President Donald Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, are embracing their party's nominee for a House seat in Georgia, despite her history of racist and anti-Semitic remarks and promotion of the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Opinion: In the Republican Party, the inmates are running the asylum

The lead sentence in an article in The New York Times on Tuesday was a bizarre, if fitting, encapsulation of the state of American politics today: "Conspiracy theorists won a major victory on Tuesday...."

Thursday August 13, 2020

Trump's new coronavirus adviser echoes his non-science views

Months into the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has added Dr. Scott Atlas as a medical adviser. CNN's Brianna Keilar and Kaitlan Collins have the details.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Florida sheriff bans his deputies and office visitors from wearing masks on a day his county broke records for Covid-19 deaths

A mandate from a local sheriff in Florida is going against the recommendations from science and government officials: masks will not be worn.

Thursday August 13, 2020

The stark reality facing parents who send kids back to school

It's Sunday in Woodstock, Georgia, and the local park is packed with families. It should be an ordinary sight, but father of six Jamie Chambers says, in the age of Covid-19, scenes like this keep him up at night.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Boston seeing slight uptick in coronavirus cases, mayor says


Thursday January 01, 1970

Covid-19 is spreading fast across these areas as the total number of new cases drops

As Texas soars past 500,000 Covid-19 cases, state officials are redoubling their efforts to get residents to wear masks and practice social distancing, after suggesting that the surge has been driven by people letting their guard down.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Trump claims dog was sent a ballot. See election official's response

Colorado has had universal mail-in voting for seven years. George Stern helps oversee elections in Colorado and has invited President Trump to see how it's done. Lucy Kafanov reports.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Military helicopter shot at over Virginia, injuring crew member

A US Air Force helicopter was shot at near Manassas, Virginia, on Monday injuring one of two pilots on board, according to an Air Force official.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Pelosi issues a bleak warning if coronavirus stimulus talks keep dragging on

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters at the Capitol Wednesday that she doesn't want stalled negotiations for another round of coronavirus relief to drag until the end of September, when government funds are set to expire.

Thursday August 13, 2020

DA in Rayshard Brooks case ousted in runoff after 23 years in office

Paul Howard, who handled the Ray Lewis murder case, Atlanta school cheating scandal and the police killing of Rayshard Brooks during his lengthy tenure, has been ousted as Fulton County's top prosecutor.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

From Reagan to Trump: Here's how stocks performed under each president


Thursday January 01, 1970

Apple and Tesla just announced stock splits. Here's what that means for your investments

Apple and Tesla, arguably two of the market's most popular companies, both announced stock splits in recent weeks. Are these maneuvers good or bad for investors?

Thursday August 13, 2020

Trump encourages North Carolina supporters to vote by mail, as he attacks voting by mail

President Donald Trump on Tuesday expanded his mail-in voting message, encouraging North Carolina supporters to vote absentee even as he continued to assail vote-by-mail.

Thursday August 13, 2020

'That's a lie': Brianna Keilar fact checks Trump's wild claims

CNN's Brianna Keilar fact checks statements made by President Donald Trump during a coronavirus briefing that ranged from misleading claims about election security to incorrect claims about the reason WWII ended.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Super Bowl champ among latest to accuse Michigan Wolverines' doctor of abuse

A two-time Super Bowl champion and a former world-class wrestler came forward on Wednesday alleging that they were sexually abused by a University of Michigan team physician under the guise of physical exams.

Thursday August 13, 2020

House Oversight chair introduces new bill to reverse organizational changes at USPS

A new bill aimed at reversing organizational and structural changes undertaken at the United States Postal Service by the new postmaster general was introduced to Congress Wednesday.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Stephen 'tWitch' Boss comments on his experience at 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'

Stephen "tWitch" Boss, who has been the DJ on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" since 2014, has addressed allegations from some employees about a toxic work environment at the long-running talk show.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Microsoft's new phone is ... $1,400? Why?

Microsoft's first Android phone, the Surface Duo, is coming on September 10, the company announced Wednesday.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Scientists say they'vs found new dinosaur species

Palaeontologists in Britain say four bones found in 2019 on the Isle of Wight are likely to be from a new species of dinosaur related to ​the Tyrannosaurus rex.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Southwest Airlines removes autistic boy and his family over face mask

Southwest Airlines removed a passenger and her 3-year-old son from a Monday flight after the boy, who has autism, refused to wear a face mask and became upset.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Arecibo Observatory featured in James Bond film 'Goldeneye' shut down

The famous observatory in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, featured in the James Bond movie "GoldenEye," has been forced to temporarily close after a broken cable smashed through the side of its massive dish.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Enormous oil leak is destroying pristine lagoon

Mauritius is facing an environmental catastrophe after a stricken Japanese-owned ship began leaking oil into the ocean.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Corpse hidden for 30 years found during renovation of $41.2 million French mansion

French authorities have opened a murder investigation after a 30-year-old corpse was found in a basement during renovations of a Parisian mansion that sold for 35.1 million euros (about $41.2 million).

Tuesday August 11, 2020

This futuristic yacht is designed from the inside out

Whether it's a luxury superyacht or a more modest vessel, yacht designs tend to be all about the exterior, while the interior can feel like something of an afterthought.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Disney just ended one of the most-recognized names in entertainment

20th Century Fox, one of the most-recognized names in entertainment history, is officially no more.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Children's theme park employee punched in the face for enforcing park's mask policy

A teen working at a children's theme park in Pennsylvania was punched in the face for enforcing the park's face mask policy, police say.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Gupta: Why I am not sending my kids back to school

One of the questions I am getting more than any other: Am I going to send my children back to school? As a father of three teen and preteen girls, this has been a constant discussion in our household, and it hasn't been easy. My girls want to go back to school, and they are placing enormous pressure on us parents to make it so. They miss their friends, the social structure and the immersion in humanity that kids need and crave at this age. Virtual learning has played an important role for them, but it is not a substitute for in-person learning, especially for younger kids. As things stand now, my children are scheduled to start school next week.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Fleetwood Mac star fears she'll never sing again if she contracts Covid-19

Stevie Nicks implored her followers on Facebook to take Covid-19 seriously and wear a mask.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

15-year-old boy is carving wooden flags to support 'forgotten heroes,' like veterans and first responders, during the pandemic

A 15-year-old boy has raised over $13,000 in donations for homeless veterans, special needs children, and first responders by selling and donating wooden flags he carves himself.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Opinion: On the first day of school, the teacher cried

After 28 years as a schoolteacher, Tracy Strange knew how the first week should go. The school would smell fresh and clean. The floors would be polished. The children would be hopeful, their enthusiasm not yet diminished by the fatigue of the year. She would learn their names, teach them the basics of human anatomy, and introduce them to a model skeleton named Fred.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Head of Black policing group confronts Barr over denial of systemic racism in law enforcement

The head of a national Black policing group confronted Attorney General William Barr over his denial of the existence of systemic racism in law enforcement on Monday at a meeting at the Justice Department.

Thursday August 13, 2020

Black people are more likely to be arrested, charged and killed by police in Toronto, new report finds

Less than 9% of Toronto's population is Black, but Black people are significantly more likely than other ethnic groups to be arrested, charged and killed by Toronto police, according to a new report.

Thursday August 13, 2020

5 tasks for White people struggling with issues of race

The author of "White Fragility" and multicultural educator, Robin DiAngelo, has five tasks for White people who are soul searching in the wake of nationwide protests for equality.

Sunday August 02, 2020

Widower installs wax statue of late wife in dream home she tragically never got to see

An Indian widower has installed a life-sized wax statue of his late wife in the dream house they were building together before she died.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

'SNL' alum, whose Kamala Harris portrayal earned an Emmy nod, calls VP news 'spicy'

Maya Rudolph, whose portrayal of Kamala Harris on "Saturday Night Live" garnered her an Emmy nomination, knows she may about to be busy ahead of the election.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Pop star asked senior citizens if they knew her. See what they said

Singer Dua Lipa interviewed a group of senior citizens while guest-hosting "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" and found out they have no idea who she is.

Thursday August 13, 2020

The best coffee grinders of 2020

You may agree with film director David Lynch's proverbial maxim that "even a bad cup of coffee is better than no coffee at all." But if you can brew up a truly great cup o' joe right in the comfort of your own kitchen? Well, who would say no to that?

Thursday January 01, 1970

Meat prices are finally falling — except for hot dogs

Americans finally got some relief in the grocery store last month as prices fell.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Health care CEO does 180 Zoom calls in three days to help take company public

Being in charge of a health care company during a pandemic is a ton of work — just ask Eric Hobbs, CEO of Berkeley Lights, who met with 180 investors over Zoom over three and a half days — and lost 10 pounds over the process.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Stein Mart files for bankruptcy and will close most of its 300 stores

Discount retailer Stein Mart has filed for bankruptcy and plans to close most of its nearly 300 stores.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Why Trump keeps calling women 'nasty'

Donald Trump has a "nasty" problem.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

The four reasons Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris

It's Kamala Harris, thankfully.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Are you ready for Trump's Gettysburg Address?

After President Donald Trump said Monday that he would likely either accept the Republican nomination at the White House or at Gettysburg, CNN Opinion asked four prominent Civil War historians to share their thoughts. The views expressed here are theirs. Read more opinion on CNN.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Why Kamala Harris won the VP contest

It is a measure of these extraordinary times that Joe Biden's historic choice for vice president was also the most conventional.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Beirut survivor: The world can't let this go on

I was meeting my friends at a sidewalk café in the Hamra district for a coffee when the earth shook under our feet. Someone yelled, "Earthquake!" But my friend, who'd lived through the 15-year Lebanese civil war from 1975 to 1990, screamed, "It's an explosion!"

Tuesday August 11, 2020

3 years later, Charlottesville's legacy of hate

On Aug. 11, 2017, hundreds of people descended on Charlottesville, Virginia, a bucolic college town that is home to the University of Virginia, a school established in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson after his presidency. They came, not for a football game, concert, or graduation, but as expressed in comments on various right-wing sites, intending to commit violence under the auspices of a "rally."

Wednesday August 12, 2020

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Thursday January 01, 1970

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Thursday January 01, 1970

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Thursday January 01, 1970

Dutch police find country's biggest-ever cocaine lab in former riding school

Police in the Netherlands have arrested 17 people following a raid on a massive cocaine lab, which they say is the biggest ever found in the country.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Namibia president says Germany's reparation offer for colonial-era mass killings 'not acceptable'

Namibia President Hage Geingob says his government has turned down Germany's offer of compensation for colonial-era killings, calling it "not acceptable."

Wednesday August 12, 2020

Three people dead after train derails in Scotland

Three people have died after a passenger train derailed in Aberdeenshire, northeast Scotland, following heavy rain and a landslip in the area. CNN's Max Foster reports.

Wednesday August 12, 2020

The Red Bull heir, a crashed car and the scandal that angered Thailand


Wednesday August 12, 2020

How a man in Canada rescued a group of Africans stuck in China because of virus

Even for 2020, with its once-in-a-generation global pandemic and the countless travel bans that have followed, this rescue mission seems a bit far-fetched.

Tuesday August 11, 2020

Six new coronavirus cases detected in small Alaskan town where almost everyone lives in the same building

A family of six in Whittier, Alaska -- where almost all of the city's residents live in one building -- has contracted Covid-19, officials said.

Thursday August 13, 2020

The 7-year-old Georgia boy with Covid-19 who died drowned in a bathtub after a seizure, coroner says

New information has been released on the 7-year-old Georgia boy with Covid-19 who died.

Tuesday August 11, 2020

Two police body cameras capture the struggle leading to George Floyd's death

Police body camera footage showing Minneapolis police pointing a gun at George Floyd and struggling with him during his fatal arrest was released Monday.

Tuesday August 11, 2020

More than 100 Black men urge Biden to pick Black woman as vice president

More than 100 Black men on Monday signed an open letter to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden urging him to pick a Black woman as his vice president, writing that "failing to select a Black woman in 2020 means you will lose the election."

Tuesday August 11, 2020

The re-emergence of charming 'little wine holes' in Florence

Bars and restaurants around the world are having to rethink the way they interact with customers during the pandemic. In the Italian city of Florence, some are looking to the past: using centuries-old wine windows to dole out food and drinks.

Tuesday August 11, 2020

The 'fox eye' beauty trend continues to spread online. But critics insist it's racist

"Ching chong eyes!" That's what elementary school kids used to call Sophie Wang. It was an insidious racist slur casually thrown around as they mocked her Asian ethnicity while pulling on the corner of their eyes. Upward for Japanese. To the side for Chinese. Downward for Korean.

Tuesday August 11, 2020

Beauty of mastectomy tattoos revealed in powerful photo project

In the portrait series "Reclaim" women in diffuse pink lighting reveal delicately tattooed designs inked across their chests, unfurling over scar tissue in explosions of color or in black and gray. Nude, with nothing else in the frame, the women embody a sense of openness.

Thursday June 18, 2020