African American congresswoman gets pepper sprayed

Democratic Rep. Joyce Beatty, an African American congresswoman from Ohio, was briefly sprayed with "Mace or pepper spray" in downtown Columbus on Saturday while talking to people protesting the death of George Floyd.

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

From Minneapolis to Washington DC, from Louisville to Las Vegas, reporters are facing assault and arrest while reporting on widespread protests and unrest.

How Minneapolis protesters are honoring the site of George Floyd's death

As protests erupt across the US following the death of George Floyd, CNN's Miguel Marquez reports from the site where Floyd died.

Opinion: Somehow, things are worse now than in 1968

Americans are waking up to a new nightmare. On top of a pandemic that has ravaged the country, killed more than 100,000 people so far and shut down much of our economy, there are now mass protests in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man

Minneapolis businesses, including some that were damaged, are standing in solidarity with protesters

The death of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man, while in Minneapolis police custody has triggered nights of protests and violence in cities across the country.

What protesters say is fueling their anger

As protesters gather in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Charlotte and other cities across the US, frustration continues to grow over the death of George Floyd.

Volunteers clean up Atlanta after night of protests

People and churches have volunteered to clean up following a night of violent protests in Atlanta. CNN's Natasha Chen speaks to some of the volunteers cleaning up the city.

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning amid renewed pressure from President Donald Trump and Republican allies for the bureau to remove any remaining officials associated with the Russia investigation.

Opinion: Complaint against former cop in George Floyd case drops important clues

The criminal complaint charging former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for the death of George Floyd offers key clues about the Hennepin County Attorney's Office's approach to the enorm

Video shows deputy repeatedly punching woman in head

An investigation is underway after a Michigan sheriff's deputy was seen on video repeatedly punching a black woman in the head, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office.

Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters

Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen is donating $200,000 to bail out protesters after President Trump declared Saturday night "MAGA night" at the White House.

Michelle Obama: It's up to everyone to root out racism

Non-black folks also need to help root out racism, former first lady Michelle Obama said this week while speaking out over the death of George Floyd.

Person who attended Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day gathering tests positive for coronavirus

A person who partied in the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, area on Memorial Day weekend has tested positive for coronavirus -- and was possibly infectious over the holiday weekend.

Pangolins may have incubated Covid-19, gene study shows

A deep dive into the genetics of the novel coronavirus shows it seems to have spent some time infecting both bats and pangolins before it jumped into humans, researchers said Friday.

How Karen became a meme, and what real-life Karens think about it

Karen Sun is a far cry from the "Karen" meme that has spread widely over social media in recent years.

Trump keeps lying about this one thing. And it's a problem.

President Trump has repeatedly pushed voter fraud allegations, without evidence, since taking office.

His escape to Macao in World War II laid the foundation for a $14.9 billion fortune

When Stanley Ho Hung-sun, the man who made Macao a global gambling mecca, died at age 98 this week he was reportedly worth $14.9 billion.

How to support marginalized communities

The pain felt by black communities after three recent tragedies is all too familiar.

Trump's decades of spreading dangerous misinformation about disease outbreaks

Donald Trump has spent decades spreading and sowing dangerous misinformation about disease outbreaks -- from falsely suggesting AIDS can be transmitted through kissing to warning Americans not to get vaccinated and falsely suggesting vaccines can cau

The world's new Covid-19 epicenter could be the worst yet

For months, Latin America watched the rest of the world suffer as the coronavirus spread. It is a spectator no longer.

One in 10 Covid-19 patients with diabetes die within a week, study finds

One in 10 coronavirus patients with diabetes died within the first seven days of hospitalization, and one in five needed a ventilator to breathe, according to a new study by French researchers.

Covid-19 poses special threat to Latin America's poor

As Covid-19 sweeps through Latin America - the pandemic's new epicenter - experts fear for the region's poor. The United Nations says nearly 14 million people could go hungry in the coming months. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

Inseparable twin sisters start nursing career together at same hospital during pandemic

When Lauren and Lacie Brown graduated from nursing school, neither of them thought they'd be walking right into the front lines of a pandemic.

Nike is saying 'Don't Do It' in a message about racism in America

The brand famously known for its campaign encouraging you to get out there and "Just Do It" is flipping the switch and urging people "Don't Do It" in new messaging focused on race.

They're weaving their culture into the fabrics of their face masks

While wearing a mask can feel like a sacrifice for some, others consider the act as more of a privilege.

Now is the moment to sign Colin Kaepernick

When I was an executive in the National Football League a few years ago, our organization was consumed by the case of Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback whose silent kneeling protest against police brutality arguably led him to lose his NFL career and

Trump's menacing message follows 1960s script

As fires burned in Minneapolis on the third night of protests in the wake of George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump tweeted, "When the looting starts, the shooting starts." In doing so, Trump repeated the words of former Miami Police Chief Walt

A year into his second term, Modi is still the only game in town for India

It's been a year since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in for a second term after securing a crushing victory, becoming the country's first leader since the 1970s to do so with a clear parliamentary majority.

MIT elects first black woman student body president in its 159-year history

Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history.

Wearing a mask at home could help stop virus spread among family members, study says

One of the few reliefs in our current pandemic is removing that mask when you arrive back home after a trip to the store. If you've got family there, however, a new study suggests you may want to keep it on.

Wearing a mask at home could help stop virus spread among family members, study says

One of the few reliefs in our current pandemic is removing that mask when you arrive back home after a trip to the store. If you've got family there, however, a new study suggests you may want to keep it on.

MIT elects first black woman student body president in its 159-year history

Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have elected a black woman as president of the Undergraduate Association for the first time in the school's history.

A year into his second term, Modi is still the only game in town for India

It's been a year since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was sworn in for a second term after securing a crushing victory, becoming the country's first leader since the 1970s to do so with a clear parliamentary majority.

Trump's menacing message follows 1960s script

As fires burned in Minneapolis on the third night of protests in the wake of George Floyd's death, President Donald Trump tweeted, "When the looting starts, the shooting starts." In doing so, Trump repeated the words of former Miami Police Chief Walt

Now is the moment to sign Colin Kaepernick

When I was an executive in the National Football League a few years ago, our organization was consumed by the case of Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback whose silent kneeling protest against police brutality arguably led him to lose his NFL career and

They're weaving their culture into the fabrics of their face masks

While wearing a mask can feel like a sacrifice for some, others consider the act as more of a privilege.

Nike is saying 'Don't Do It' in a message about racism in America

The brand famously known for its campaign encouraging you to get out there and "Just Do It" is flipping the switch and urging people "Don't Do It" in new messaging focused on race.

Inseparable twin sisters start nursing career together at same hospital during pandemic

When Lauren and Lacie Brown graduated from nursing school, neither of them thought they'd be walking right into the front lines of a pandemic.

Covid-19 poses special threat to Latin America's poor

As Covid-19 sweeps through Latin America - the pandemic's new epicenter - experts fear for the region's poor. The United Nations says nearly 14 million people could go hungry in the coming months. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

One in 10 Covid-19 patients with diabetes die within a week, study finds

One in 10 coronavirus patients with diabetes died within the first seven days of hospitalization, and one in five needed a ventilator to breathe, according to a new study by French researchers.

The world's new Covid-19 epicenter could be the worst yet

For months, Latin America watched the rest of the world suffer as the coronavirus spread. It is a spectator no longer.

Trump's decades of spreading dangerous misinformation about disease outbreaks

Donald Trump has spent decades spreading and sowing dangerous misinformation about disease outbreaks -- from falsely suggesting AIDS can be transmitted through kissing to warning Americans not to get vaccinated and falsely suggesting vaccines can cau

How to support marginalized communities

The pain felt by black communities after three recent tragedies is all too familiar.

His escape to Macao in World War II laid the foundation for a $14.9 billion fortune

When Stanley Ho Hung-sun, the man who made Macao a global gambling mecca, died at age 98 this week he was reportedly worth $14.9 billion.

Trump keeps lying about this one thing. And it's a problem.

President Trump has repeatedly pushed voter fraud allegations, without evidence, since taking office.

How Karen became a meme, and what real-life Karens think about it

Karen Sun is a far cry from the "Karen" meme that has spread widely over social media in recent years.

Pangolins may have incubated Covid-19, gene study shows

A deep dive into the genetics of the novel coronavirus shows it seems to have spent some time infecting both bats and pangolins before it jumped into humans, researchers said Friday.

Person who attended Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day gathering tests positive for coronavirus

A person who partied in the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, area on Memorial Day weekend has tested positive for coronavirus -- and was possibly infectious over the holiday weekend.

Michelle Obama: It's up to everyone to root out racism

Non-black folks also need to help root out racism, former first lady Michelle Obama said this week while speaking out over the death of George Floyd.

Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters

Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen is donating $200,000 to bail out protesters after President Trump declared Saturday night "MAGA night" at the White House.

Video shows deputy repeatedly punching woman in head

An investigation is underway after a Michigan sheriff's deputy was seen on video repeatedly punching a black woman in the head, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office.

Opinion: Complaint against former cop in George Floyd case drops important clues

The criminal complaint charging former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for the death of George Floyd offers key clues about the Hennepin County Attorney's Office's approach to the enorm

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning amid renewed pressure from President Donald Trump and Republican allies for the bureau to remove any remaining officials associated with the Russia investigation.

Volunteers clean up Atlanta after night of protests

People and churches have volunteered to clean up following a night of violent protests in Atlanta. CNN's Natasha Chen speaks to some of the volunteers cleaning up the city.

What protesters say is fueling their anger

As protesters gather in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Charlotte and other cities across the US, frustration continues to grow over the death of George Floyd.

Minneapolis businesses, including some that were damaged, are standing in solidarity with protesters

The death of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man, while in Minneapolis police custody has triggered nights of protests and violence in cities across the country.

Opinion: Somehow, things are worse now than in 1968

Americans are waking up to a new nightmare. On top of a pandemic that has ravaged the country, killed more than 100,000 people so far and shut down much of our economy, there are now mass protests in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man

How Minneapolis protesters are honoring the site of George Floyd's death

As protests erupt across the US following the death of George Floyd, CNN's Miguel Marquez reports from the site where Floyd died.

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

From Minneapolis to Washington DC, from Louisville to Las Vegas, reporters are facing assault and arrest while reporting on widespread protests and unrest.

African American congresswoman gets pepper sprayed

Democratic Rep. Joyce Beatty, an African American congresswoman from Ohio, was briefly sprayed with "Mace or pepper spray" in downtown Columbus on Saturday while talking to people protesting the death of George Floyd.

Protests escalate in Los Angeles

CNN's Paul Vercammen describes the scene as protesters and police clash in Los Angeles.

SpaceX launches astronauts into orbit from US soil for the first time in a decade

• Photos: SpaceX's historic launch • Watch SpaceX and NASA make history • Watch SpaceX's biggest moments

Yes, there is misinformation in Minneapolis. No, it's not all Russia's fault.

• Minnesota officials say outsiders are hijacking protests • Military police on alert for possible deployment to Minnesota • Object explodes during protest at CNN Center • The protests in photos

Yes, there is misinformation in Minneapolis. No, it's not all Russia's fault.

• Minnesota officials say outsiders are hijacking protests • Military police on alert for possible deployment to Minnesota • Object explodes during protest at CNN Center • The protests in photos

SpaceX launches astronauts into orbit from US soil for the first time in a decade

• Photos: SpaceX's historic launch • Watch SpaceX and NASA make history • Watch SpaceX's biggest moments

Protests escalate in Los Angeles

CNN's Paul Vercammen describes the scene as protesters and police clash in Los Angeles.

African American congresswoman gets pepper sprayed

Democratic Rep. Joyce Beatty, an African American congresswoman from Ohio, was briefly sprayed with "Mace or pepper spray" in downtown Columbus on Saturday while talking to people protesting the death of George Floyd.

Journalists covering protests face assault and arrest

From Minneapolis to Washington DC, from Louisville to Las Vegas, reporters are facing assault and arrest while reporting on widespread protests and unrest.

How Minneapolis protesters are honoring the site of George Floyd's death

As protests erupt across the US following the death of George Floyd, CNN's Miguel Marquez reports from the site where Floyd died.

Opinion: Somehow, things are worse now than in 1968

Americans are waking up to a new nightmare. On top of a pandemic that has ravaged the country, killed more than 100,000 people so far and shut down much of our economy, there are now mass protests in response to the death of George Floyd, a black man

Minneapolis businesses, including some that were damaged, are standing in solidarity with protesters

The death of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man, while in Minneapolis police custody has triggered nights of protests and violence in cities across the country.

What protesters say is fueling their anger

As protesters gather in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Charlotte and other cities across the US, frustration continues to grow over the death of George Floyd.

Volunteers clean up Atlanta after night of protests

People and churches have volunteered to clean up following a night of violent protests in Atlanta. CNN's Natasha Chen speaks to some of the volunteers cleaning up the city.

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning

The FBI's top lawyer is resigning amid renewed pressure from President Donald Trump and Republican allies for the bureau to remove any remaining officials associated with the Russia investigation.

Opinion: Complaint against former cop in George Floyd case drops important clues

The criminal complaint charging former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter for the death of George Floyd offers key clues about the Hennepin County Attorney's Office's approach to the enorm

Video shows deputy repeatedly punching woman in head

An investigation is underway after a Michigan sheriff's deputy was seen on video repeatedly punching a black woman in the head, according to the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office.

Chrissy Teigen pledges to donate $200,000 to bail out protesters

Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen is donating $200,000 to bail out protesters after President Trump declared Saturday night "MAGA night" at the White House.

Michelle Obama: It's up to everyone to root out racism

Non-black folks also need to help root out racism, former first lady Michelle Obama said this week while speaking out over the death of George Floyd.

Person who attended Lake of the Ozarks Memorial Day gathering tests positive for coronavirus

A person who partied in the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, area on Memorial Day weekend has tested positive for coronavirus -- and was possibly infectious over the holiday weekend.


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