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3 people were killed and 2 others injured in a shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, sheriff says

Three people were killed and two others injured with gunshot wounds in a shooting at The Somers House Tavern in Kenosha County, Wisconsin, Kenosha County Sheriff's Department spokesperson Sgt. David Wright told CNN.

Indianapolis FedEx shooter bought two weapons used in killings legally last year despite FBI concerns

CNN's Jason Carroll speaks to family members of Jasvinder Kaur and Amarjit Sekhon, two victims of a mass shooting at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis, where eight people were killed.

Minnesota governor expresses regret for mistreatment of journalists during Daunte Wright demonstrations

With jury deliberations nearing in Derek Chauvin's trial over the death of George Floyd, Minneapolis and other US cities are preparing for protests and possible civil unrest.

Woman with dementia sues city of Loveland, police officers, alleging excessive use of force in 2020 arrest

73-year-old Karen Garner is suing the city of Loveland, Colorado and three police officers, alleging excessive use of force.

The Sikh community is in mourning as 4 members were among the victims of the Indianapolis shooting

Satjeet Kaur, Executive Director of the Sikh Coalition, discusses the deadly mass shooting at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis in which four members of the Sikh community were among the victims.

2 transgender women killed in shootings at separate Charlotte hotels

Authorities are investigating the killing of two transgender women in separate incidents in Charlotte, North Carolina. CNN affiliate WBTV reports.

Police ID gunman who killed 8 people at an Indianapolis FedEx facility as 19-year-old former employee

A gunman who opened fire at a FedEx Ground facility in Indianapolis has been identified as a former employee. Eight people were killed and several others were wounded before the gunman took his own life, police said. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.

San Antonio police officer wounded and two people dead after shooting during traffic stop, police say

Two people are dead and police officer was wounded after a traffic stop ended in gunfire, according to the San Antonio, Texas, police chief.

He's a cop. He's 91. And he has no plans to retire

Arkansas police officer L.C. "Buckshot" Smith has worked in law enforcement for more than 56 years, and with his 92nd birthday coming up in May, he says he'll retire "when the good lord says so." CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

The Biden administration targeted Russia with sweeping sanctions and diplomatic expulsions, punishing Moscow for its interference in the 2020 US election, its SolarWinds cyberattack and its ongoing occupation in Crimea.

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

A pyramid-shaped object seen flying through the sky has been confirmed by the Pentagon as an unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP).

5 things to know for April 16: Indianapolis, coronavirus, police violence, Cuba, UK

Winter's final stand includes cold temperatures and snow for the Northeast and the Rockies, but in the South, the chance for flooding remains. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Authorities were warned about FedEx gunman Brandon Hole's potential for violence, sources say

Officer Genae Cook of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department holds a press conference following the mass shooting at a Fedex facility in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Indianapolis was already seeing a spike in homicides when a gunman killed 8 at a FedEx facility

At least eight people were killed in shooting at an FedEx facility in Indianapolis, Indiana, police said. A FedEx worker describes what he heard at the scene.

The police shooting of Daunte Wright has sparked nights of protests and days of fast-moving case developments

Daunte Wright's aunt, Naisha Wright, speaks about the death of her nephew who was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minneapolis.

Derek Chauvin says he will not testify at trial and testimony ends. Closings are set for Monday

Former police officer Derek Chauvin invoked his Fifth Amendment right at his trial for the death of George Floyd, as the trial nears its final stages.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

President Joe Biden used his personal experience with his son Beau, who served in Iraq, to underscore the generational impact of the the US war in Afghanistan.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

"Ma Rainey's Black Bottom" wigmaker Mia Neal and a colleague are the first Black women ever nominated for Hair & Makeup Oscars. David Daniel has the story.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

The flash flood threat will grow into the weekend for the Gulf Coast, as the caravan of rain and storms continues. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Daunte Wright's mother says 'justice isn't even a word to me' as ex-officer makes court appearance

CNN's Miguel Marquez reports on the ongoing protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Many Evangelicals say they won't be vaccinated against Covid-19. Some experts say distrust and misinformation have played a role

Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to Fox News host Tucker Carlson after Carlson suggested Covid-19 vaccines are not effective.

Many Evangelicals say they won't be vaccinated against Covid-19. Some experts say distrust and misinformation have played a role

CNN's Elle Reeve reports on the misinformation and distrust that has contributed to many Evangelicals saying they won't get the coronavirus vaccine.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

Many in the Mississippi Delta already struggled with a lack of access to health care, the Internet, public transportation and healthy food. The Covid-19 pandemic amplified those problems.

Protesters gather at Brooklyn Center police station hours after ex-officer is charged in the death of Daunte Wright

Former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter has been charged with second-degree manslaughter, a prosecutor said. Authorities say Potter shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, in a Minneapolis suburb after a traffic stop. Someone convicted of this charge would face a sentence of up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $20,000.

Former medical examiner says George Floyd died due to his heart disease -- not Derek Chauvin

Barry Brodd, a former police officer and use-of-force expert for the defense, testified that Derek Chauvin's actions were "justified" and that it was not a use of deadly force.

5 things to know for April 15: Covid, White House, voter suppression, Russia, China

Bernard Madoff, whose name became synonymous with financial fraud, died while serving a 150-year sentence in Federal Prison. He was 82 years old.

Her sons held hands, cried and crossed the border alone

CNN's Rosa Flores reports on migrants who were expelled by the Biden administration living in squalor, fearing returning home, across the border in Reynosa, Mexico.

5 things to know for April 14: Covid, police violence, Afghanistan, Russia, abortion

Areas across the Gulf Coast region will see more rain which could lead to flash flooding. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

A friend of Philando Castile had warned of another police-involved shooting before hearing Daunte Wright was killed

CNN's Sara Sidner talks with a protester about what he hopes will change from the third night of protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, following the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Kristin Smart, who disappeared in 1996, may have been raped and killed in a college dorm, prosecutor says

After decades of investigation, police arrested a father and son in the missing persons case of Kristin Smart. Paul Flores has been charged with murder.

Here's what we know about Kim Potter, the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright

CNN's Sunlen Serfaty takes a look at the life and career of Kim Potter, the veteran police officer in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, who fatally shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Use-of-force expert for defense says Derek Chauvin was justified in kneeling on George Floyd

A defense expert witness in Derek Chauvin's trial for the murder trial of George Floyd testifies that the former police officer's actions were "justified."

Investigators in Kristin Smart case serve search warrant at the home of the prime suspect's father

Police speak after two men have been arrested in connection with the disappearance of Kristin Smart, the California college student who vanished in 1996.

Daunte Wright called his mother right before he was shot. This is what he said

Katie Wright speaks about the last time she spoke to her son, Daunte Wright, before he was fatally shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minneapolis.

Protests and police clash in third night of protests after death of Daunte Wright

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Mayor Mike Elliott says that the police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright along with Police Chief Tim Gannon have tendered their resignation.

Daunte Wright called his mother right before he was shot. This is what he said

Daunte Wright's family attorney Jeffrey Storms speaks to CNN's John Berman following the release of bodycam footage by Brooklyn Center Police showing the moment Wright was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Police Chief Tim Gannon has said he believes the officer meant to deploy a Taser instead of her gun when she shot Wright.

Teachers are choosing to quit rather than go back to school while pandemic lingers

Teacher retirements are up in several parts of the country. CNN's Bianna Golodryga speaks with teachers who left their jobs over concerns about returning to the classroom.

5 things to know for April 13: Coronavirus, Minnesota, immigration, Brexit, Knoxville

CNN's Brooke Baldwin discusses Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Police Chief Tim Gannon's opinion that a police officer meant to deploy a Taser instead of her gun when she shot Daunte Wright.

Here's what we know about Kim Potter, the officer who fatally shot Daunte Wright

It was the second night of demonstrations after the 20-year-old was killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota.

George Floyd's brother says he was a big mama's boy at Derek Chauvin's trial as prosecution nears its end

Philonise Floyd described his brother George Floyd's life and what it was like growing up with him during his testimony.

Virginia AG investigates possible 'pattern of misconduct' at Windsor PD

CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Jonathan Arthur, attorney for US Army officer 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario. Nazario is suing two Virginia police officers after they drew guns, pepper sprayed him and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop in December 2020. One officer has since been fired.

Officer who shot Daunte Wright dead during traffic stop has resigned, mayor says

CNN's Don Lemon talks to Daunte Wright's aunt Naisha Wright about the traffic stop that ended with her nephew being shot and killed by a police officer.

5 things to know for April 13: Coronavirus, Minnesota, immigration, Brexit, Knoxville

Japan plans to release into the sea more than 1 million metric tons of treated radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear station, the government said, a decision that is likely to anger neighboring countries. CNN's Blake Essig reports.

Police and demonstrators clash during protests over the shooting of a Minnesota man during a traffic stop

Reporters press Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, officials over the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Daunte Wright who was fatally killed by a female police officer during a traffic stop.

Police and demonstrators clash during protests over the shooting of a Minnesota man during a traffic stop

CNN's Sara Sidner reports on scene of new protests in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, after a Black man was shot by a police officer and died following a traffic stop.

Yes, police can pull you over for hanging an air freshener in your car

Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, Police Chief Tim Gannon gets emotional during a tense news conference while discussing the protests over the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright.

Yes, police can pull you over for hanging an air freshener in your car

Brooklyn Center Police have released bodycam footage showing the moment Daunte Wright was shot by a police officer during a traffic stop in Minnesota. Police Chief Tim Gannon said he believes the officer accidentally drew her handgun instead of a Taser in the encounter with Wright. A warning, this video is very graphic, and you may find it disturbing.

The officer involved in a shooting at a Knoxville high school is identified as a 20-year police department veteran

One person has died and a police officer was injured after a shooting at a high school in Knoxville, Tennessee, police said in a news release.

5 things to know for April 13: Coronavirus, Minnesota, immigration, Brexit, Knoxville

Domino's has teamed up with the autonomous vehicle company Nuro to test a new way for customers to get their pizzas.

George Floyd's brother says he was a big mama's boy at Derek Chauvin's trial as prosecution nears its end

Cardiologist Jonathan Rich, testifies at the trial for former police officer Derek Chauvin for the death of George Floyd, where Rich explains why he thinks Floyd's death could have been preventable.

Derek Chauvin's defense is using these 3 arguments to try to get an acquittal in George Floyd's death

Derek Chauvin's defense attorney asserted that George Floyd had drugs in his system that compromised his heart, and an angry crowd forced officers to divert their attention from Floyd's care.

5 things to know for April 12: Coronavirus, Congress, police violence, Iran, United Arab Emirates

Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about the potential timeline for President Joe Biden's infrastructure plan to pass.

5 things to know for April 12: Coronavirus, Congress, police violence, Iran, United Arab Emirates

Rain and snow for parts of the northern US as severe storms develop in Texas later today. CNN meteorologist Gene Norman has the forecast.

The latest on the police shooting in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota

The Minnesota National Guard has been deployed to Brooklyn Center after crowds protested the death of a man in an officer-involved shooting and car crash on April 11. Hundreds of people marched towards the town's police department after the man, identified by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz as Daunte Wright, died following a traffic stop and subsequent car crash.

Severe storm threat has increased across Florida causing airport delays

Preparation is key to protecting yourself from severe weather. CNN Meteorologist Allison Chinchar explains what you need to do to stay safe.

One of the Virginia police officers who pepper-sprayed an Army officer during a traffic stop has been fired

US Army officer 2nd Lt. Caron Nazario, who is Black and Latino, is suing two Virginia police officers after they pointed guns at him, pepper sprayed him and pushed him to the ground during a traffic stop in December 2020 for what the officers believed was a missing license plate on his new SUV.

Severe weather forecast for parts of Gulf Coast; at least 2 dead in Louisiana

Storms with damaging wind, large hail and heavy downpours will sweep across the south during the day. CNN Meteorologist Allison Chinchar has the forecast.

'The lessons of this moment.' The testimony by police brass at Derek Chauvin's trial is unprecedented

Sorrow flows within the Minneapolis community as the trial for former police officer Derek Chauvin continues for the death of George Floyd. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Heart disease, fentanyl contributed to George Floyd's death but were not main cause, medical examiner says

As the second week in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin came to a close, jurors heard testimony from Dr. Andrew Baker, the Hennepin County chief medical examiner who performed George Floyd's autopsy. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

LAPD officers are accused of racial profiling during an arrest of a Black man outside his home

Antone Austin and his girlfriend Michelle Michlewicz are suing LAPD, accusing them of racially profiling and wrongfully arresting Austin during a 2019 incident in which a neighbor called the police on her ex-boyfriend.

5 things to know for April 9: Covid-19, Capitol riots, Amazon, Myanmar, S. Carolina

The Storm Prediction Center has updated the severe weather threat to a level 4 of 5 today. Tornadoes, high winds, and large hail are in store for much of the Southeast. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.

At least 1 person killed and 5 wounded after a shooting at a Texas office park, police say

Lt. Jason James of the Bryan, Texas, police department talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about a shooting at an industrial park that left at least one person dead and several injured. Reports indicate the suspect is in custody.

Suspected gunman in Texas shooting held on $2.2 million bond

One person was killed and at least five others were wounded -- four of them critically -- in a shooting at an industrial park in Bryan, Texas, police said. CNN's Ed Lavandera has the latest from the scene.

More than 5,000 people attended an illegal party at the Tonto National Forest in Arizona, officials say

More than 5,000 people attended an illegal event at Tonto National Forest in Arizona. CNN affiliate KPNX reports.

5 things to know for April 9: Covid-19, Capitol riots, Amazon, Myanmar, S. Carolina

At least five people are dead after what authorities are calling a "case of a mass shooting" at a home in York County, South Carolina. CNN's Amara Walker tells us the latest.

Analysis: Covid-19 vaccinations are climbing. But familiar mistakes could lead to more misery

Dr. Anthony Fauci is cautioning Americans from declaring victory over Covid-19 because there there are signs that a surge "wants to increase". He talks with CNN's Anderson Cooper about the state of the fight against the coronavirus.

5 things to know for April 8: Covid-19, guns, immigration, Iraq, Northern Ireland

Although strong storms are still possible across parts of the Eastern US today, a more robust severe weather outbreak is possible on Friday. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.

Two New York doormen who closed the doors while an Asian woman was attacked have been fired

Two doormen from a New York city apartment building have been fired after surveillance video appears to show one of them closing the door as an Asian woman was attacked right outside.

Tiger Woods' SUV crash was caused by speed and an inability to negotiate a curve, Los Angeles County sheriff says

Six weeks after golf legend Tiger Woods suffered serious leg injuries in a car accident, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said the main causes of the crash were speed and Woods' inability to negotiate a curve.

5 things to know for April 7: Covid-19, voter suppression, Chauvin, China, Florida

Portions of the South are at a greater risk for storms producing tornadoes and damaging winds. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the timing.

5 things to know for April 7: Covid-19, voter suppression, Chauvin, China, Florida

A Minneapolis Police use-of-force training instructor testified that Derek Chauvin's kneeling on George Floyd's neck is not a trained neck restraint tactic. CNN's Omar Jimenez reports on day 7 of testimony.

5 things to know for April 6: Covid-19, infrastructure, LGBT rights, Israel, Russia

CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks US Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg about a false claim he made saying the proposed infrastructure bill would make 19 million new jobs.

5 things to know for April 6: Covid-19, infrastructure, LGBT rights, Israel, Russia

Multi-day severe storm threat continues behind a surge of summer-like heat. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.

In Michigan's latest coronavirus surge, there's a new kind of patient

Covid-19 vaccinations are on the rise in the US, but in a number of states like Michigan, case counts are spiking as well. CNN's Miguel Marquez has more.

Texas Rangers sell over 38,000 tickets to home opener, marking one of the first full-capacity sporting events in a year

At least 38,000 fans have packed Globe Life Field to watch the Texas Rangers play amid fears of a new coronavirus surge.

Minneapolis Police chief says Derek Chauvin's actions were 'in no way, shape or form' proper

Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo testified that Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd's neck violated the department's policy on the use of force.

Engineers find no evidence of second breach in Florida wastewater pond that threatens to break

CNN's Bill Weir reports on the state of emergency in Manatee County, Florida where a toxic wastewater pool is threatening to leak into the aquifer that supplies drinking water for residents.

These schools are planning free summer camps with stimulus money

Schools across the country are using federal aid from the Covid-19 relief bill to help fund programs they hope will have a long-term impact on their students. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.

What it's like to attend 'Space Club' with astronauts and planetary explorers

Nickelodeon sent their signature "slime" to astronauts on the International Space Station to perform experiments and have a little fun.

5 things to know for April 5: Covid-19, voter suppression, Facebook, Russia, Jordan

The record heat in the Plains and West will last one more day before cooler air arrives. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the forecast.

5 things to know for April 5: Covid-19, voter suppression, Facebook, Russia, Jordan

CNN's Brian Todd reports on new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about masks and how they help prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Florida Gov. DeSantis says he is trying to prevent 'real catastrophic flood situation' at Tampa-area reservoir

Response teams in Manatee County, Florida, are trying to prevent a "real catastrophic flood situation" in the Piney Point reservoir area, Gov. Ron DeSantis said after taking an aerial tour of the area. The Manatee County Public Safety Department declared a state of emergency and ordered a complete evacuation of the Piney Point reservoir site and surrounding areas due to a leak that could cause a collapse of phosphogypsum stacks, radioactive waste that is created during fertilizer production and phosphate rock mining.

5 things to know for April 5: Covid-19, voter suppression, Facebook, Russia, Jordan

Jordan's former crown prince Hamzah bin Hussein, the half-brother of the country's ruler King Abdullah II, claims he has been placed in isolation and his communication cut off, in a video statement obtained by the BBC. CNN's Jomana Karadsheh tells us the latest.

Florida Gov. DeSantis declares a state of emergency for Tampa-area water waste issue

Florida's Manatee County Public Safety Department has declared a state of emergency and ordered a complete evacuation of the Piney Point reservoir site and surrounding areas due to a leak that could cause a collapse of phosphogypsum stacks, waste that is created during fertilizer production and phosphate rock mining.

5 things to know for April 5: Covid-19, voter suppression, Facebook, Russia, Jordan

Former Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump weigh in on Major League Baseball's decision to move its All-Star Game out of Atlanta in response to Georgia's new sweeping election law that imposes significant new obstacles to voting.

5 things to know for April 5: Covid-19, voter suppression, Facebook, Russia, Jordan

CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports on the build up of Russian military bases and hardware on the country's Arctic coastline, which houses some new high tech weapons.

A week of compelling and potentially devastating testimony at Derek Chauvin's murder trial

The first week of critical testimony in the murder trial of Derek Chauvin, the former police officer who knelt on the neck of George Floyd, saw new witnesses, emotional moments and previously unseen video.

ACLU warns 'a lot can go wrong' with digital vaccine passports

New York's new Excelsior Pass provides a scannable code that gives proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test, but a partisan divide is emerging regarding such programs.

A juvenile has been arrested following a videotaped attack against an Asian couple in Tacoma, Washington

Video from November 19, 2020, shows an attack against an Asian couple in Tacoma, Washington. A 15-year-old suspect has been charged with second-degree assault according to the Tacoma Police Department.

Top homicide detective says Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd was 'totally unnecessary'

Lt. Richard Zimmerman, the most senior officer in the Minneapolis Police Department, described Derek Chauvin's use of force against George Floyd as "totally unnecessary." CNN's Omar JImenez reports this comes as prosecutors wrap their first week of testimony.

A mom just reunited with her 10-year-old daughter in Texas after six years apart. Their journey isn't over

Unaccompanied minors arriving at the US border are at record highs, according to Customs and Border Protection. Watch the moment when a 10-year-old girl from Honduras reunites with her mother.

5 things to know for April 2: Covid-19, immigration, Capitol riot, Iran, Myanmar

The governor of North Dakota has declared a state of emergency as fire weather continues. Contrast this to the southeast, where widespread freeze alerts are in effect. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.

A week of compelling and potentially devastating testimony at Derek Chauvin's murder trial

Courteney Batya Ross, George Floyd's girlfriend, gave testimony about Floyd's life as a father at the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin. Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.

MLB moving All-Star Game from Georgia after state passes new restrictive voting laws

CNN's Dianne Gallagher reports on a new tally from the Brennan Center of Justice that says 361 bills with restrictive provisions have been introduced in 47 states.

Top homicide detective says Derek Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd was 'totally unnecessary'

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin spoke to his supervisor in a phone call shortly after kneeling on George Floyd for over 9 minutes to explain what happened on scene.

A teacher resigned after her racist rant stereotyping Black families during a Zoom call was recorded by a parent

A California teacher has resigned after the mother of one of her students recorded her making racist remarks during an unmuted Zoom meeting.

Border patrol video shows young children being dropped over 14-foot border fence into the US

The US Border Patrol released video of the moment two small children were dropped from a 14-foot border wall in New Mexico.

Suspect in mass shooting at Orange, California, business complex knew the victims, police say

Four people, including a child, were killed in a mass shooting at an office complex in Orange, California, a police official said. A fifth person was transported to a local hospital in critical condition with a gunshot wound, Lt. Jennifer Amat said. An officer-involved shooting occurred and a suspect was transported to the hospital, Amat said. The suspect sustained a gunshot wound and is critical condition, she said.

5 things to know for April 1: Coronavirus, White House, voter suppression, Russia & Ukraine, California shooting

April Fools' Day will see bitterly cold temperatures for much of the Eastern US after a cold front brought rain, snow, and severe storms. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri shows how low your temperature will drop.

The witnesses in Derek Chauvin's trial describe their guilt and sadness after George Floyd's death

Witnesses of George Floyd's death cried in court as they expressed their feelings of grief and guilt. Some of the witnesses did not appear on camera because of their young age.

5 things to know for April 1: Coronavirus, White House, voter suppression, Russia & Ukraine, California shooting

President Joe Biden announced his next big proposal, called the American Jobs Plan, which proposes spending about $2 trillion on improving the nation's infrastructure and shifting to green energy over the next 8 years. During the announcement, Biden shared his optimism for bipartisan support on his plan in the spirit of democracy.

Derek Chauvin's body camera video shows his reaction just after George Floyd left in an ambulance

Moments after George Floyd was taken away in an ambulance in May 2020, former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was confronted by a 61-year-old witness who took issue with Chauvin's kneeling on Floyd's neck. Video played in court during Chauvin's criminal trial includes the first publicly heard defense of Derek Chauvin's actions, in his own words.

Body cam video of police interaction with 5-year-old shows 'every adult in this situation failed this child'

Body camera footage from police officers in Maryland show them berate and threaten a 5-year-old boy after he left school. CNN's Athena Jones reports.

NYPD makes an arrest in the hate crime assault on a 65-year-old Asian woman

The New York Police Department is investigating what they say is a "hate crime assault" against a 65-year-old Asian woman who was punched and kicked in midtown Manhattan by an attacker who allegedly made anti-Asian statements toward her, according to the police.

Firefighter, 9-year-old and teens give powerful testimony in Derek Chauvin trial

During the criminal trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, Minneapolis firefighter Genevieve Hansen testified police officers prevented her from providing medical assistance to George Floyd.

Derek Chauvin's body camera video shows his reaction just after George Floyd left in an ambulance

An employee at the Minneapolis corner store who suspected George Floyd gave him a counterfeit $20 bill last May testified in court that he felt guilty knowing that their interaction led to Floyd's death under former police officer Derek Chauvin's knee.

5 things to know for March 31: Coronavirus, voter suppression, Chauvin trial, infrastructure, Myanmar

Witness testimonies continue in the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin, who's been charged in the death of George Floyd.

George Floyd's death was more than a case and a cause, his brother says as he watches Derek Chauvin trial

Donald Williams, a witness in the Derek Chauvin trial, got emotional during his testimony while listening to the recording of the 911 call he made to police.

5 things to know for March 30: Coronavirus, White House, voter suppression, Hong Kong, Brazil

Flash flood watches issued for central Tennessee as more rain moves in. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for March 30: Coronavirus, White House, voter suppression, Hong Kong, Brazil

New Orleans native Peter Woullard, a behavioral health technician, was working in an emergency room when he contracted Covid-19. Nerve damage stemming from complications during his illness left him unable to walk for nearly a year.

5 things to know for March 31: Coronavirus, voter suppression, Chauvin trial, infrastructure, Myanmar

The seasonal weather roller coaster from warm back to cold continues to bring extreme weather from the storm ravaged Southeast through New England . CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest forecast.

George Floyd's supporters kneel for 8 minutes, 46 seconds ahead of Derek Chauvin trial

Rev. Al Sharpton, attorney Benjamin Crump and members of George Floyd's family knelt for 8 minutes and 46 seconds outside the Minneapolis courthouse to commemorate the time Derek Chauvin was originally reported to have stayed on Floyd's head and neck. Chauvin has pleaded not guilty to second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter charges.

MMA fighter who watched George Floyd's death says he called police on the police

CNN's Sara Sidner reports on opening statements and witness testimony jurors heard during the first day of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin's murder trial in the death of George Floyd.

Two students died after a collegiate rowing crew capsized during practice

One student is dead and another is missing after a collegiate crew club boat capsized with five students aboard during practice Sunday morning, according to Iowa State University. CNN affiliate KCCI reports.

A teen girl abducted by a registered sex offender in Texas is in 'extreme danger,' sheriff's office says

14-year-old Lexus Gray was allegedly kidnapped by her non-custodial father, Justin Gray, after authorities say he assaulted and chased her mom with a knife, according to Texas police. Anyone with information on this case should immediately call 911 or the Rains County Sheriff's Office directly at 903-473-318.

Derek Chauvin trial to continue with MMA fighter who watched George Floyd's death

Former federal prosecutor Elie Honig and former police commissioner Charles Ramsey discuss the defense for Derek Chauvin, who is on trial for the killing of George Floyd.

Deshayla Harris, 'Bad Girls Club' star, identified as a Virginia Beach shooting victim

At least four people are hospitalized as a result of three separate deadly shootings in Virginia Beach, Virginia, a spokesperson for Sentara Health Plans told CNN. CNN's Brian Todd reports one of the shootings involved a police officer who, according to the city police chief, did not turn on the body camera he was wearing.

Asian American official asks if his military scars are 'patriot enough'

Lee Wong, an elected official in Ohio, took off his shirt during a local government meeting to show scars he sustained in the US Army. The 69-year-old veteran told CNN he wants everyone to appreciate the value of Asian American service.

Nashville flash flood leaves four dead and dozens of homes and businesses destroyed

A flash flood emergency was issued Sunday morning in Middle Tennessee due to record rainfall. More severe weather is expected as this storm system pushes east. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar has the forecast.

5 things to know for March 29: Coronavirus, Suez Canal, Chauvin trial, Myanmar, LGBTQ rights

Red flag warnings span 13 states today, where strong gusty winds and dry conditions could fuel wildfires. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

One student has died and another is missing after a collegiate rowing crew capsized during practice

One Iowa State University student is dead after a boating accident.

'It's a tough time to be Asian,' demonstrator says at Los Angeles rally to end anti-Asian violence

During a Los Angeles rally in support of Asian Americans, CNN's Paul Vercammen spoke with three Vietnamese American nail salon owners who say they received hateful, racist letters despite their massive PPE contributions.

Virginia Beach officer who shot a man to death did not activate his bodycam, police said

Two people are dead and at least eight have been injured after multiple shootings near the oceanfront in Virginia Beach, Virginia, police said Saturday.

A quiet home and a lost wedding ring: How a mass shooting upended this family

There has been a marked rise in anti-Asian violence across the US, an issue that once again rattled a community on edge after the mass shooting deaths of eight people at spas in the Atlanta area, six of whom were Asian women. CNN's Kyung Lah reports.

Children's author Beverly Cleary, creator of Ramona Quimby, dies at age 104

Literary legend Beverly Cleary has passed away at the age of 104. Cleary wrote dozens of popular children's books including the "Ramona Quimby" series and "The Mouse and the Motorcycle" trilogy. CNN's Stephanie Elam looks back at her life and career.

Hundreds of US families have been trying for a year to adopt children from China. They're still waiting

CNN's Poppy Harlow profiles one of the hundreds of families who are waiting to adopt children from China after the country suspended their foreign adoption program due to Covid-19.

What happened to two small South Dakota towns after Biden revoked the Keystone XL Pipeline permit

CNN's Martin Savidge looks into what happened to two small South Dakota towns after President Joe Biden revoked the Keystone pipeline permit.

5 things to know for March 26: Voting law, Covid, White House, foreign policy, China

Jessica Walter, who played Lucille Bluth on the sitcom "Arrested Development," has died at 80. Take a look at her most memorable roles over her six decades in the entertainment industry.

Severe storms and tornadoes hit the South, killing at least 6 and leaving heavy destruction

Pelham, Alabama, resident Cesar Villaseñor captured dramatic footage from inside a tornado that struck the area Thursday.

5 things to know for March 26: Voting law, Covid, White House, foreign policy, China

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey appeared before lawmakers to answer question about their platforms' efforts to stem baseless election fraud claims and vaccine skepticism. CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports.

5 things to know for March 26: Voting law, Covid, White House, foreign policy, China

Catastrophic tornado outbreak diminishes today, but another system will bring a tornado threat this weekend. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the latest.

5 things to know for March 25: Colorado, Biden, coronavirus, immigration, Suez Canal

Students may be returning to the classroom sooner than you think. Last month, the CDCput out new guidelines for reopening schools and teachers in all 50 states can get vaccinated. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the latest on schools reopening.

5 things to know for March 26: Voting law, Covid, White House, foreign policy, China

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed a sweeping bill overhauling the state's election system into law. The GOP-controlled legislature quickly moved the bill, SB 202, through both chambers earlier in the day.

Suspect in Boulder massacre will stay in jail as his attorney gets time to assess what she says is his mental illness

Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the 21-year-old suspect accused of murdering 10 people at a Colorado grocery store, made his first court appearance in the case, accompanied by an attorney. CNN's Shimon Prokupecz reports.

5 things to know for March 24: Colorado, Covid-19, White House, Myanmar, North Korea

Multiple people, including a Boulder police officer, were killed in a shooting at the King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado, police said. CNN's Lucy Kafanov reports.

5 things to know for March 25: Colorado, Biden, coronavirus, immigration, Suez Canal

The Storm Prediction Center has issued a high threat (level 5 of 5) for tornadoes today. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam discusses which regions have the greatest threat.

Hospital official resigns after Covid-19 vaccines were improperly distributed at Trump Tower in Chicago

Officials at Chicago's Loretto Hospital have resigned after the hospital was found to have improperly distributed the Covid-19 vaccine at Trump Tower in downtown Chicago. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.

A young grocery store manager killed in Boulder massacre 'lived life on her own terms.' Mass shooting victims, including heroic officer, are remembered

In an interview with Brianna Keilar, Martha Harmon Pardee remembers her close friend Suzanne Fountain, who was killed in the Boulder, Colorado, grocery store shooting.

How a Native American elder told his story to encourage his daughter to get a Covid shot

CNN's Sara Sidner breaks down how a long history of abuse from the US government is fueling mistrust in some Native American communities over the Covid-19 vaccine.

Why sweeping police reform over the last year has largely been elusive

President Joe Biden's proposals for criminal justice reform include changing sentencing guidelines and making police department funding conditional on meeting certain standards.

5 things to know for March 25: Colorado, Biden, coronavirus, immigration, Suez Canal

CNN's Tom Foreman and Erin Burnett discuss sweeping voting rights legislation that would set federal standards on early and mail-in voting and restrict access to the polls.

'We are trying to live.' Vaccine hesitancy is decreasing as call for equitable access intensifies

CNN's Amara Walker reports from Birmingham, Alabama, where the number vaccines administered is disproportionate by race according to Alabama's Department of Public Health.

5 things to know for March 24: Colorado, Covid-19, White House, Myanmar, North Korea

The threat level is increases today and tomorrow for dangerous storms capable of producing tornadoes as well as flash flooding from all the rain. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

A young grocery store manager killed in Boulder massacre 'lived life on her own terms.' Mass shooting victims, including heroic officer, are remembered

Ten people, including a police officer, are dead after a mass shooting at a supermarket in Boulder, Colorado. Listen to witnesses recount the moment the shooting began.

Evanston, Illinois, approves the country's first reparations program for Black residents

CNN's Suzanne Malveaux takes a closer look at the push for reparations to African Americans in the US.

'We're here for you.' Survivors of two Colorado mass shootings offer words of support to a man who survived the Boulder attack

CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to three survivors of three mass shootings in Colorado: the Columbine shooting, the Aurora theater shooting and the Boulder supermarket shooting.

The terrifying hour as employees and shoppers hid when a gunman went on a shooting spree at a Colorado grocery store

CNN's Anderson Cooper talks to Maggie Montoya, who hid in the pharmacy during the shooting at King Soopers in Boulder, Colorado, where 10 people died.

Vaccine trial participant and CNN correspondent's big reveal. Was it the placebo or the real thing?

CNN's Stephanie Elam recounts her experience as a participant in Johnson & Johnson's coronavirus vaccine trials in hopes of encouraging communities of color to get the vaccine.

A firefighter is missing and a resident is dead after a fire at an assisted-living center in New York

One firefighter is missing, and some residents are unaccounted for in a fire at a residential senior center located in the northern suburbs of New York City, an official said. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.

10 people killed after gunman opens fire at Boulder, Colorado, grocery store

Boulder Police Department Commander Kerry Yamaguchi reports on a shooter that entered a King Soopers supermarket in Boulder, Colorado.

'Gun, gun, gun! Run, run, run!' Grocery store witnesses describe the deadly rampage in Colorado

CNN's Erin Burnett talks to one witness who was inside King Soopers grocery store in Boulder, Colorado, as shots rang out.

High schoolers face catalog of issues, as lower grades are prioritized for return to classrooms

A Philadelphia school superintendent discusses the struggles students have faced with remote learning and how it has affected their education. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

Spa shootings could be first test of Georgia's new hate crime law

CNN's Evan Perez reports the shooting spree across the Atlanta area that left eight people dead at three spas could be the first test of the hate crime law passed by the Georgia Legislature last year.

5 things to know for March 23: Boulder, Covid-19, Israel, White House, China

Flash flood watches have been issued along the Gulf Coast, as a much wetter weather pattern begins for the South. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

The first officer who responded to a mass shooting in Boulder was killed. He leaves behind seven children

Ten people were killed in a shooting at King Soopers supermarket, including a Boulder police officer, Boulder Police Chief Maris Herold said at a news conference.

Miami Beach extends state of emergency to deal with 'overwhelming' crowds of spring breakers

Miami Beach Mayor Dan Gelber has imposed an 8 p.m. ET curfew after unruly spring break crowds have flooded the city and threatened public safety in the midst of a global pandemic.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

The first full week of spring starts off with a storm threat for the southern Plains. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Witnesses describe chaos in a grocery store during the Boulder, Colorado, shooting

Video shows a person motionless on the ground inside a Boulder, Colorado, King Soopers supermarket following police reports of an active shooter at the location.

A company will pay you $2,400 to stay away from screens for 24 hours

Dr. Sanjay Gupta tell us how disconnecting before we go to bed can help us live to 100.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

Miami Beach Police fired pepper balls into crowds of partiers and arrested at least a dozen people late as the city took measures to crack down on spring breakers who officials have said are out of control. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

CNN's Fredricka Whitfield talks to immigration attorney and volunteer Michelle Saenz-Rodriguez about her visit to a Dallas convention center that's been transformed into an intake site for unaccompanied migrant children.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois tells CNN's Dana Bash that while he wants to ensure a safe exit for US forces from Afghanistan, he opposes keeping troops there long term.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

Richard Haass, James Stavridis and Zanny Minton Beddoes on the confrontational first meeting between senior U.S and Chinese diplomats in the Biden era.

5 things to know for March 22: Covid, immigration, spa killings, Afghanistan, China

The Virginia Commonwealth University's men's basketball team will not participate in the 2021 NCAA Tournament due to COVID-19 protocols. The NCAA Men's Basketball Committee declared the scheduled first round game in Indianapolis between the VCU Rams and the University of Oregon a no-contest. CNN's Andy Scholes has more.

Church removes Atlanta shooting suspect from its membership

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says that she will be surprised if the suspected spa shooter is not charged with a hate crime following the shootings that left eight dead, six of whom were Asian women.

'This was a massacre.' Family of Atlanta shooting victim calling for justice

CNN's Natasha Chen speaks with the family of Xiaojie Tan, a spa owner who was killed during a string of shootings at Atlanta-area spas. Tan's daughter says she had plans to meet her mom the weekend before the shootings, but the meeting didn't happen and that was the last time they spoke.

Rallies across the country denounce violence against Asian Americans after Atlanta spa killings

CNN's Kyung Lah describes the discrimination she has faced as an Asian American woman in the US in the wake of the shooting in Atlanta that left six Asian women dead.

5 things to know for March 19: Covid-19, China, spa shootings, Cuomo, abortion

The Biden administration is finalizing plans to send millions of AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine doses to Mexico and Canada, according to White House press secretary Jen Psaki. CNN's Paula Newton reports.

We asked Asian Americans about their experiences with hate. The responses were heartbreaking

Asian Americans are talking about the hate and racism they've experienced during the pandemic and, in some cases, their whole lives. If you have a story to share, submit it here.

5 things to know for March 19: Covid-19, China, spa shootings, Cuomo, abortion

Tornado threat and severe storms wrap up for the Southeast today as a cold front ushers in cool air. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

A 75-year-old Asian woman says she fought back after being attacked in San Francisco

A 75-year-old Asian woman was assaulted in San Francisco. Police say her attacker was also responsible for the attack of an 83-year-old Asian man in a separate incident.

Victims of the spa shootings highlight the vulnerability of working-class Asian women as more Asian Americans get attacked

The US has seen a rise in anti-Asian hate incidents across the country since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.

5 things to know for March 19: Covid-19, China, spa shootings, Cuomo, abortion

Republican senator from Kentucky Rand Paul challenged Dr. Fauci on why Americans should wear masks after being vaccinated during a Senate hearing. Dr. Fauci responded that wearing masks after vaccination would be a good practice considering the unknown potential of Covid-19 variants spreading in communities.

As spring thaws the Minnesota ice, a new pipeline battle fires up

Protesters are gathering in the north woods of Minnesota to stop a replacement oil pipeline. CNN's Bill Weir reports.

Cherokee County, Georgia, Sheriff's spokesperson allegedly posted a photo of a racist, anti-Asian Covid-19 shirt on Facebook

CNN's John Avlon reacts to the shooting in Atlanta that left six Asian women dead and reviews the discrimination Asian Americans have faced historically and recently during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Michigan sees worrying spike in Covid-19 cases as state prepares to open mass vaccination site

17 states are reporting a rise in coronavirus cases as officials are racing to vaccinate individuals. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.

5 things to know for March 18: Spa killings, Covid-19, China, Amazon, storm danger

Jennifer Bates, an Amazon warehouse employee in Alabama, testified before the Senate about working conditions and the company's anti-union efforts. Amazon says her comments don't represent "the more than 90% of her fulfillment center colleagues who say they'd recommend Amazon as a great place to work."

Cherokee County, Georgia, Sheriff's spokesperson allegedly posted a photo of a racist, anti-Asian Covid-19 shirt on Facebook

CNN's Lisa Ling talked to Erin Burnett about the shootings in the Atlanta area at massage parlors that left eight people dead - including six Asian women.

2 dead after Southern California fireworks explosion

Two people were killed after a powerful commercial fireworks explosion in Ontario, California, according to the city fire department. CNN affiliate KCAL/KCBS reports.

Distribution of White supremacist propaganda surged in 2020, ADL says

A new report from the Anti-Defamation League finds that there were more white supremacy propaganda incidents reported in 2020 than ever before. CNN's Kate Bouldan discussed the report's findings with ADL's CEO and National Director Jonathan Greenblatt.

5 things to know for March 18: Spa killings, Covid-19, China, Amazon, storm danger

The tornado threat continues across portions of the Southeast with the worst aimed at the Carolinas. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for March 17: Spa killings, Covid-19, 2020 election, Cuomo, Japan

Hong Kong authorities are launching an "ambush-style" lockdown in residential buildings amid fears that a super-spreader event at a local gym could bring a 'fifth wave' of Covid-19 to the city. CNN's Will Ripley reports.

5 things to know for March 17: Spa killings, Covid-19, 2020 election, Cuomo, Japan

In an interview with ABC News, President Joe Biden said that his message to migrants is "don't come over" amid a surge of migrants and unaccompanied minors on the southern US border.

Houston police shoot a 1-year-old child in the head while pursuing a robbery suspect

A 1-year-old boy is in the hospital and struggling to breathe on his own after being shot in the head by Houston police, the baby's mother said.

Michelle Obama says it 'wasn't a complete surprise' to hear Meghan talk of racism in the royal family

During an interview on "Today," former first lady Michelle Obama reflected on the Duchess of Sussex's allegations of racist comments made by members of the royal family.

College applications in pandemic year show deepening inequities in access to higher education

CNN's Bianna Golodryga looks into the coronavirus pandemic's effects on the college admissions process.

An invisible, odorless gas is pitting Texas against the Biden administration

CNN's Bill Weir speaks with an organization tracking high levels of methane gas in Texas as the battle over natural gas continues between President Joe Biden and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott.

5 things to know for March 17: Spa killings, Covid-19, 2020 election, Cuomo, Japan

Areas from the southern Mississippi River Valley through the Deep South are on high alert for a potential tornado outbreak today. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest forecast.

5 things to know for March 16: Covid, immigration, North Korea, Capitol riot, Vatican

Two men have been arrested and charged for assaulting US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died after responding on January 6 to hundreds of rioters who stormed the Capitol, the Justice Department announced. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Michelle Obama says it 'wasn't a complete surprise' to hear Meghan talk of racism in the royal family

In an interview with Jenna Bush Hager on NBC's "Today" show, Michelle Obama spoke about her thoughts on Meghan Markle's experiences of racism with the royal family saying it's "not a complete surprise."

Man who allegedly drove onto San Diego sidewalk is accused of three counts of vehicular manslaughter, police chief says

At least three people have died and several others were seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle that veered onto a sidewalk in downtown San Diego, according to Fire Chief Colin Stowell. CNN's Stephanie Elam has the latest.

As spring thaws the Minnesota ice, a new pipeline battle fires up

After Biden's shutdown of Keystone XL, the next fight over pipelines has shifted to Minnesota, where the Canadian multinational company Enbridge is currently replacing their Line 3 pipeline. CNN's Bill Weir heads to an Enbridge construction site in Northern MN, and visits a protest camp to speak with indigenous activists on the frozen Mississippi River, where sections of the new pipeline will cut through. This fight could set a precedent for the future of pipelines in America and the fossil fuel industry as a whole.

5 things to know for March 16: Covid, immigration, North Korea, Capitol riot, Vatican

A multi-day severe storm threat is taking shape with a considerable threat for strong tornadoes tomorrow across the South. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the forecast.

5 things to know for March 15: Immigration, Covid-19, 2020 election, Myanmar, London

Embattled New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is standing increasingly alone as he clings to power, turning himself into the victim in the face of overwhelming Democratic calls for him to step aside. CNN's Pamela Brown spoke with former staff member Alessandra Biaggi about her time working for Cuomo.

100 arrested as spring break crowds hit Miami Beach despite the pandemic

About 100 people have been arrested and two police officers injured as spring break crowds gathered in Florida's Miami Beach, the city says. CNN's Natasha Chen reports the arrests were not related to Covid-19 restrictions and were incidents of people breaking the law and not listening to officers' orders.

5 things to know for March 15: Immigration, Covid-19, 2020 election, Myanmar, London

Drew Brees sits down with CNN's Coy Wire to discuss how to focus on football despite all the Super Bowl distractions.

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