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Track the spread | Reopening Q&A | Covid-19 symptoms
Track the spread | Reopening Q&A | Covid-19 symptoms
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains what factors make people likely to face severe illness, hospitalization or even death from Covid-19.
Covid-19 numbers are bad and getting worse. At the time of writing, there have been over 20.5 million cases and nearly 750,000 deaths worldwide. In the United States alone there are over 5 million cases, and the pandemic has now claimed more lives than those lost in the nearly two decades of the Vietnam War.
Susan Bailey, a 57-year-old retired nurse from Florida, has had all her jabs and gets a flu shot every year. She's a vocal Joe Biden supporter -- and one of a growing number of people globally who say they wouldn't take a coronavirus vaccine even if one becomes available soon.
It's often been said that President Donald Trump is "underperforming the fundamentals". Some believe Trump's doing worse than the average Republican president would be doing in the polls under similar circumstances. It's difficult to prove that, however.
A lot of people have concerns about mail-in voting (is the Postal Service being sabotaged? Will their vote be counted?), and also about the state of American democracy in general.
CNN's Brianna Keilar fact-checks the baseless and misleading claims President Trump has made to cast doubt on mail-in voting.
The Trump administration will withdraw the controversial nomination of William Perry Pendley to serve as director of the Bureau of Land Management, an administration official familiar tells CNN.
The internal watchdog at the United States Postal Service is reviewing controversial policy changes recently imposed under Postmaster General Louis DeJoy, and is also examining DeJoy's compliance with federal ethics rules, according to a spokeswoman for the USPS inspector general and an aide to Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who requested the review.
We could be headed for a major dispute over the 2020 Presidential race outcome even without foreign interference or fraud, because of delays in vote counting.
President Donald Trump plans to head to Old Forge, Pennsylvania, just outside of Joe Biden's hometown of Scranton, on Thursday — the same day the former vice president is expected to formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination.
Americans who go to the polls on Election Day don't actually select the President directly.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour asks Jared Kushner about President Obama's recent criticism of President Trump's handling of the US Postal Service and mail-in voting plans.
The grieving father of a 5-year-old North Carolina boy allegedly killed by a neighbor is sharing details on the final moments leading up to the shooting.
An inmate at a Connecticut prison was confirmed dead this week after he was found with a cloth mask intended to prevent the spread of Covid-19 tied around his neck, according to the state Department of Correction.
The Huffington Post's Senior White House Correspondent, S.V. Date, tells CNN's Brianna Keilar why he bluntly asked President Donald Trump if he regretted "all of the lying" he had done over the past three years.
Representatives at the United States Postal Service's national headquarters in Washington were still unable to confirm whether they would stop removing letter collection boxes as of Saturday afternoon.
After Sen. Kamala Harris made her campaign debut as Joe Biden's vice presidential pick on Wednesday, she posed for pictures with her husband, Douglas Emhoff, who would also make history if the ticket is elected in November.
Rep. Joe Kennedy rejected the initial calls for him to run for Senate more than a year ago, saying in an interview that the "thought literally never crossed my mind to jump into a Democratic primary" against his friend, Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey, who has served in Congress since before he was born and has known Kennedy throughout his life.
CNN's Christiane Amanpour talks to Jared Kushner about Trump and the recent birtherism attack on presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris.
An Illinois community is rallying behind two 13-year-old boys after their lemonade stand was robbed at gunpoint.
A 12-year-old girl was among three minors caught gambling at a casino in Sydney, Australia, regulators said Saturday.
Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask opted out of the National Hockey League postseason hours before a playoff game, the team announced Saturday.
"The Price Is Right" host Drew Carey posted a picture on his Instagram page showing off his new beard.
In February, just weeks after starting as editor in chief of Marie Claire, Aya Kanai jet-setted to Europe for fashion week in Milan and in Paris. It was there that she started planning the magazine's September issue, considering what trends to highlight in what is heralded as fashion magazines' marquee product.
The parents of late-night host James Corden joined "The Late Late Show" to offer their review of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new music video for their hit song "WAP."
Firefighters face fear all the time, but this was something different.
TV personality and former "Jackass" star Steve-O attached himself to a billboard in Los Angeles as a publicity stunt for a new comedy special.
Ryan Reynolds has one simple request for young Canadians in British Columbia: Please don't kill his mom.
Thousands of British holidaymakers have been trying to return home from France in an attempt to avoid new quarantine restrictions imposed by the UK government.
At this point, we've all been living in a coronavirus world for more than five months. That's almost half a year lost to a terrifying and depressing pandemic limbo.
Though COVID-19 has added stress to the lives of most Americans, teens in particularly have been hit hard as they miss major milestones with their friends and worry about family joblessness and illness. CNN visits some of the programs and services helping young people cope.
If you feel like you're hearing more about slavery reparations, it's not your imagination.
For this week, we talk about the new track from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, get excited about the upcoming biographical drama about Fred Hampton, offer a couple culture recommendations, and reflect on the resonance Kamala Harris has for islanders.
Two of Brazil's best known tourist attractions -- the Christ the Redeemer statue and Sugarloaf Mountain -- have reopened after being shut for five months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Diversity is making its way onto the Disney Channel. Disney has confirmed it has a bixsexual lead character on "The Owl House" series.
Her uncle's decision to fight in World War II horrified his conservative Mennonite family, who rarely spoke of him even after his death. She discovers the truth about his service decades later.
We're used to finding great discounts on Amazon every day, but the retail giant's Big Summer Sale Event is really stepping it up. Amazon's currently offering more than 300 deals across most of its categories, from home and kitchen to tools, toys and electronics.
When former IBM cloud leader Arvind Krishna took over the company's top job earlier this year, the move sent a clear signal about where the company sees its future.
Before dawn on September 3, 2012, a roaring black Ferrari struck a police motorcycle in downtown Bangkok, knocking the officer to the ground and dragging his body down the darkened street before speeding away.
Last month, Zillow joined a growing list of companies that have decided to allow most employees to work from home permanently, even after the pandemic.
President Donald Trump once again drove the dignity of the American presidency into the ditch this week by raising a false and racist conspiracy theory about Kamala Harris, elevating the efforts of the alt-right to portray her as "other" because of her mixed-race heritage.
President Donald Trump is doing his darndest to make sure that Americans' mail-in ballots won't get to the finish line in time to be counted, including most recently opposing much-needed funding for the US Postal Service. But there's a way to make sure he doesn't override the right to vote.
After a long and hard fought primary season, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have emerged as the Democratic Party's nominees for president and vice president. As delegates prepare for their convention, CNN Opinion asked 10 contributors from across the Democratic spectrum to weigh in on their visions for the future of the party.
As the police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's neck faces charges of second degree murder and manslaughter, a national debate on policing continues to take center stage. Protests around the country led to dangerous calls to "defund the police" and "abolish the police," and the New York City Council voted last month to cut $1 billion from the NYPD's nearly $6 billion annual budget for the 2020 fiscal year. The department, which oversees almost 36,000 officers, now suffers a drastic budget-reduction close to 17%. In Minneapolis, the city council proposed a plan to replace the police department and invest in community-based public safety programs, although the move has been blocked from the ballot in a recent vote. And in Seattle, elected officials have started chipping away at their police department -- death by a thousand budget cuts. The once unthinkable now threatens to become a reality across the nation.
This week in Georgia, the followers of QAnon, a baseless "deep state" conspiracy, likely found their way into Washington's halls of power. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a wealthy first-time candidate, won the Republican nomination for the state's heavily GOP leaning 14th congressional district, nearly ensuring she'll be headed to Capitol Hill next year.
For me and many others, HBO's "Perry Mason" reboot has been a dark mirror -- but after its season finale last week, an immensely satisfying one. (Like CNN, HBO is a unit of WarnerMedia.)
At first glance, the picture China's ambassador to Barbados tweeted on July 23 shows nothing more than an online meeting — a typical, screen-based representation of what life has become during the pandemic.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Saturday rejected foreign mediation offers to help stabilize the volatile situation in his country. But reached out to Russian President Vladimir Putin with a call, and both men expressed confidence that the situation would "be resolved soon," according to a read out of the call published by the Kremlin.
Thousands of British holidaymakers have been trying to return home from France in an attempt to avoid new quarantine restrictions imposed by the UK government. CNN's Scott McLean reports from London.
The UN Security Council rejected a US proposal to extend the conventional weapons embargo on Iran Friday.
A Russian power lifter broke both his knees while trying to lift nearly 900 pounds.
A federal appeals court on Friday struck down California's ban on large-capacity magazines (LCMs), labeling it a violation of the Second Amendment in a consequential 2-1 split decision ruling.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds announced Friday that she's requesting a federal disaster declaration, days after storms brought hurricane-force winds to the state.
Tired of movie nights at home? Walmart has the perfect solution for bored quarantiners.
At the moment that one of the largest non-nuclear explosions in history blasted outwards from Beirut's port and swept across the city, Zeina Arida, the director of Sursock Museum, was standing outside her office with two colleagues. The force of the explosion, less than a mile away, threw them into the museum's stairwell, as all around them windows shattered and glass and debris rained down. "We have escaped by a miracle," Arida said over the phone three days later. "The museum is blown away, very simply... There is no door, no window, no glass left in the building."
From Marilyn Monroe to Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol's portraits of the rich and famous are some of the most recognizable works of 20th-century American art.
"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.
Pandemic restrictions have meant one thing for most wardrobes: comfort. As many of us continue to work from home -- and staying safe with a trip to the park remains the height of summer's social calendar -- sensible flat sandals are now more pervasive than ever.
At the Los Angeles premiere of "Steel Magnolias" on November 9, 1989, country diva Dolly Parton was a walking embodiment of that decade of excess: skyscraper hair, elongated nails, pneumatic boobs, and a dress smothered in rhinestones. "I kinda patterned my look after Cinderella and Mother Goose -- and the local hooker," she once said, always ready to beat her critics to a punchline.
At some point last month, during my sixth episode of "Going RV" of the day, I knew I'd fallen too deep.
Can we please go back in time before 2020?