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Heavily armed man charged with possessing child pornography researched Joe Biden, judge says

A heavily armed man arrested in North Carolina in May and indicted by a grand jury in September for possession of child pornography researched and traveled near the residence of former Vice President Joe Biden, according to information disclosed in a federal court filing.

Cars clog highways as families flee East Troublesome Fire in Colorado

Areas in and around Rocky Mountain National Park are going up in flames as the East Troublesome Fire and Cameron Peak Fire, the two largest in Colorado's history, are burning on two sides of the park.

Two Colorado churches win lawsuit against state's Covid-19 mask and crowd limit requirements

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden debate the handling of coronavirus during the final presidential debate of the 2020 election. Check out more CNN debate coverage here.

An elderly couple refused to leave the home they loved and were killed in the East Troublesome Fire

The East Troublesome Fire is continuing to devastate parts of northern Colorado, swallowing homes and businesses in its path. CNN affiliate KCNC reports.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

CNN's Brianna Keilar takes issue with former Gov. Chris Christie's new op-ed in The Wall Street Journal where Christie apologized for not wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

Christiane speaks with Nigerian rapper Falz about the #EndSars protests gripping his country and the police brutality he is demonstrating against.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

A panel of undecided voters speak to CNN's Gary Tuchman after the final 2020 presidential election debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

Two systems will bring snowfall to parts of Washington to Wisconsin, and cold temperatures as south as Texas and Oklahoma. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the weekend forecast.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden face off in the final presidential debate of the 2020 election season in Nashville.

Six California firefighters lost their homes while battling the flames. Days later, a CNN Hero provided RVs for them to shelter them

Six volunteer firefighters from Berry Creek, CA, lost their homes while battling the flames. Within days, CNN Hero Woody Faircloth found RVs for them to call home, for now. This is nothing new for the founder of EmergencyRV.org.

A mom in Utah had a heart attack. The life-saving care she needed was in short supply because of Covid-19

A woman in Utah was turned away from hospitals while having a heart attack because the hospitals did not have bed space due to Covid-19. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly spoke to ABC's "Good Morning America" about his role in the raid that resulted in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.

The widow of a police officer who died of Covid-19 has a warning for undecided voters

Alice Roberts shares her thoughts on President Trump and reveals she has spoken with presidential candidate Joe Biden following the death of her husband from coronavirus.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, a Louisville, Kentucky, police officer who was one of the officers involved in the March raid where Breonna Taylor was killed, told ABC News and the Courier Journal the shooting was 'not a race thing.'

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) speaks to CNN about the impending deadline on a stimulus deal.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Lawyers have not been able to reach the parents of 545 children who had been separated from their families by US border officials between 2017 and 2018, according to a court filing.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Co-founder of Indivisible Leah Greenberg and founder of Fems for Dems Lori Goldman speak to Amanpour about the role of grassroots activism in the 2020 election.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Hurricane Epsilon has formed making it the 10th named Atlantic hurricane this season. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Gates Foundation, and IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva about the race for a coronavirus vaccine and how it could help the global financial recovery.

The New York plastic bag ban is finally being enforced in businesses across the state

All products and brands have been replaced with that of plastic bags in this bizarre and eye-opening exhibit

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania -- a critical state for President Donald Trump's reelection chances -- will be counted if they are received within three days of Election Day even if they do not have a legible postmark, the Supreme Court ruled. CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Attorney General of Pennsylvania Josh Shapiro about the ruling.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

An October snow is moving towards the upper Midwest where over 6 million are under winter weather advisories. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Yiwu, China, is giving out limited experimental Covid-19 vaccines to people with specific foreign travel needs. CNN's David Culver goes to the international manufacturing hub and talks to people who are eager to get the potential treatment.

Teachers and social workers search for students who are 'missing' in the pandemic

Schools are seeing a drop in virtual attendance as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect daily life in the US. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

A tearful reunion caught on video as a couple reunites after being separated over 200 days due to the pandemic

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Joseph and Eve Loreth were only allowed to see each other through a window for more than 200 days. The tearful moment they were reunited for the first time was caught on video.

This 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19

Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old from Frisco, Texas, has won the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge -- and a $25,000 prize -- for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. CNN affiliate KTVT has more.

Rescued hiker hit her head and became disoriented early in her trip to Zion National Park, daughter says

A hiker was rescued from Zion National Park in Utah after going missing for nearly two weeks, her family said.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

CNN's John King speaks with New York Times reporter Jim Rutenberg about the upcoming legal fights over mail-in ballots and in-person voting brought by Democrats, Republicans and voting rights groups, and how those lawsuits could delay Election Day vote counts.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed optimism when she discussed stimulus talks on ABC's "This Week," but said if a deal is to be reached, both sides need to stick to a framework.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

As over 60 large wildfires burn in the West, the region is looking for relief. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis is looking at a change that could help the firefighters.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

The Gaza Strip is one of the most densely-populated areas in the world. After more than a decade under blockade, the Covid-19 lockdown is adding isolation and despair to the area.

'Just cap her': Texts and video reveal details of the alleged domestic terror plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

Chilling new videos of the suspects accused in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appear to show training exercises being carried out. CNN's Sara Sidner has new details in the case.

Shipping containers in Los Angeles becoming homes for the homeless

Southern California's homeless crisis, which had already reached critical levels, is now exploring solutions for the increase brought on by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Paul Vercammen has more.

Chicago is the 'rattiest city' in America for the sixth year in a row

A cat shelter in Chicago is selling groups of feral cats for up to $600 to combat Chicago's rat problem, which is believed to be the worst in the country.

Crowds gather for Women's March to protest Trump and Supreme Court nominee

Demonstrators gathered in Washington, DC, for the second Women's March of the year. Attendees came together to protest President Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and urge women to vote in the upcoming election. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

Man arrested after a Seattle police SUV is set on fire with an officer inside

A man is in custody after he allegedly threw a flaming piece of wood into a Seattle police SUV while an officer was inside, authorities said. The officer was able to escape the vehicle and his injuries were described as minor.

Ice Cube sets the record straight on his plans with Trump in interview with Chris Cuomo

Rapper Ice Cube once said he would never endorse Donald Trump, now the rapper is causing a stir for working with the President on his plan for Black America. The rap legend joined CNN's Chris Cuomo to explain why he is collaborating with the Trump campaign on his Contract With Black America.

5 things to know for October 16: Town halls, Covid-19, economy, Mueller, Brexit

For more than three years, federal prosecutors investigated whether money flowing through an Egyptian state-owned bank could have backed millions of dollars Donald Trump donated to his own campaign days before he won the 2016 election, multiple sources familiar with the investigation told CNN. CNN's Evan Perez reports.

5 things to know for October 16: Town halls, Covid-19, economy, Mueller, Brexit

Rainfall hits New England and cooler temperatures impact the rest of the east. Meanwhile, droughts remain in the west. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Nearly 53,000 PG&E customers in California begin losing power over fire danger

Canadian air that brought hurricane force wind gusts to the Plains will drop temperatures close to 30o.. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

With less than three weeks until the presidential election, the Trump-Biden battle is intensifying in key states, including Pennsylvania. CNN's chief political correspondent Dana Bash reports.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

CNN's Erin Burnett discusses President Trump holding rallies with thousands of supports packed together with few masks despite the coronavirus pandemic and the herd immunity proposal Trump is touting.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

With voting already underway in states across the country, Democratic senators challenged Amy Coney Barrett on election issues during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, spoke to CBS' Gayle King about the night Taylor was shot and killed by police, and what justice would mean for him.

Sheriff spoke in defense of accused domestic terrorists

Following an alleged domestic terrorist plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a local Michigan sheriff's defense of the accused terrorists points to the long and troubled ties between the local law enforcement and self-styled armed groups. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

5 things to know for October 14: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, ICE and Russia

Senators questioned Amy Coney Barrett about her views on controversial issues she could face on the Supreme Court, from abortion, to health care, and a potential election dispute.

5 things to know for October 14: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, ICE and Russia

Drugmaker Eli Lilly said it is pausing its trial of a combination antibody treatment for coronavirus for safety reasons. President Donald Trump has highlighted Eli Lilly's treatment, calling their work "phenomenal."

Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he sloooowly backed away

Utah hiker Kyle Burgess captured this dramatic video of his dangerous encounter with a cougar.

Before racial slur, Pennsylvania's second lady was best known for her big heart

CNN's John Berman speaks to Pennsylvania's second lady, Gisele Barreto Fetterman, about allegedly being called a racial slur while grocery shopping.

5 things to know for October 13: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, Big Tech and Greece

With early voting beginning in some states, CNN's Pamela Brown reports on problems plaguing voters across the country from long wait times to unofficial mail-in ballot drop boxes that are under investigation.

5 things to know for October 13: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, Big Tech and Greece

The Sunbelt swelters with soaring temperatures spreading towards Texas. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis let's us know how long the heat will last.

Knock on the door late at night was a professor's Nobel co-winner notifying him of their win

When economist and Stanford professor Robert Wilson learned he and his colleague Paul Milgrom had won the Nobel Prize, he had to make sure Milgrom was awake so he could hear the good news.

This 60-year-old short-order cook is facing eviction as pandemic economy claims more victims

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to surge in the US, Dallas residents like Diane Lusk are struggling to find relief. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.

A Texas teenager breaks two world records for longest legs

A 17-year-old named Maci Currin has set two Guinness World Records for having the longest legs.

Filmmakers unearth a long trail of racism in 'Driving While Black'

The filmmakers of the new PBS documentary, "Driving While Black," talk to CNN's Alisyn Camerota about the link they've found from enslavement to the death of Philando Castile.

Schools are 2 months into reopening under Covid-19 and no one's officially keeping track of how it's going

Initial data from Brown University suggests the spread of coronavirus in schools may not be as rampant as feared. But not everyone is ready to go back to in-person learning. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Joe Biden has put an emphasis on the middle class in his economic plan, pledging to repeal President Donald Trump's tax cuts for the wealthy. Trump's major economic achievement as president was the 2017 tax cut, and he often points to the stock market as an economic indicator.

Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship in Puerto Rico

Salvatore Anello was charged with negligent homicide in the death of his granddaughter, 18-month old Chloe Weigand. He spoke out for the first time in an interview with CBS.

Prosecutors say Amy Cooper lied about a Black man assaulting her. American history has many other, more tragic examples

Video shows Amy Cooper, a White woman, call police on Christian Cooper, a Black man, after he asked her to put her dog on a leash in Central Park.

A Black man who was led through Galveston, Texas, by police officers on horseback is suing the city for $1 million

Donald Neely is suing the city of Galveston, TX and its police department for $1 million after being arrested and led handcuffed down the street by two officers on horses. This bodycam video of the scene was later released.

5 things to know for October 9: Kidnapping plot, Covid-19, Trump, stimulus, Hong Kong

President Trump and Joe Biden won't be the first Presidential candidates to debate remotely. That distinction goes to Sen. John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon during the 1960 race.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

After President Trump made claims that some experts worry will lead to voter intimidation, the President's campaign released training material for poll watchers.

Boat in Florida goes out of control after passengers fell overboard, deputies say

Three men reportedly doing a photo shoot on a boat in Florida somehow fell overboard, leaving the vessel unmanned and out of control before it hit two docks near the coastline.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

CNN's John King breaks down the latest Electoral College projections three weeks away from the 2020 election as Joe Biden holds a double-digit lead in national polling average.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

Remnants of Delta soak parts of the East Coast as potentially record setting heat settles in the Southwest. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the forecast.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

CNN's John King breaks down the latest numbers of coronavirus cases which show an increase in many states in the US.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

One person died and another was taken into custody after a shooting near dueling protests in Denver, police said.

Remains of woman found in 1981 identified as victim of serial killer Samuel Little

Samuel Little, 79, confessed to strangling 93 victims between 1970 and 2005 last year -- triple the number of victims that Ted Bundy confessed to killing. Now, the FBI is asking the public to help identify more victims of the man they say is America's most prolific serial killer. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

Two who served in the Marines are among those charged in plot to kidnap Michigan's governor

New details emerge about the men accused in in an alleged domestic terrorism plot to kidnap Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, including a history of anti-government views and calls for violence and bloodshed. CNN's Sara Sidner has the details.

3-year-old falls into scalding hot water at Yellowstone National Park, suffers second-degree burns

On average, six people die every week in the National Park system according to officials. The parks work hard and offer tips to keep hundreds of millions of yearly visitors safe.

Two who served in the Marines are among those charged in plot to kidnap Michigan's governor

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel tells Amanpour about the thwarted plot against Governor Whitmer and questions US Attorney General Barr's testimony on it.

10,000 mink are dead in Covid-19 outbreaks at US fur farms after virus believed spread by humans

A fur farm in Wisconsin had many mink test positive for Covid-19. A spokesman for the state's department of agriculture says animal deaths are "in the hundreds."

Filmmakers unearth a long trail of racism in 'Driving While Black'

Steeplechase Films/PBS: "Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America" premieres Tuesday, October 13 on PBS.

10,000 mink are dead in Covid-19 outbreaks at US fur farms after virus believed spread by humans

Dozens of farm animals in Wisconsin have tested positive for Covid-19 and many died.

5 things to know for October 9: Kidnapping plot, Covid-19, Trump, stimulus, Hong Kong

The best merchandise, memes and remixes featuring the now-famous fly that buzzed on Vice President Mike Pence during the debate against Kamala Harris. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on fly-mania.

Footage of a Kansas City officer kneeling on the back of a pregnant Black woman sparks ongoing protest

Social media and surveillance video captured the September 30 incident which has led to protests outside city hall.

5 things to know for October 9: Kidnapping plot, Covid-19, Trump, stimulus, Hong Kong

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer tells CNN's Erin Burnett that senior Trump campaign adviser Jason Miller's criticism of her on Fox News after 13 people were charged for plotting to kidnap her "says everything you need to know about the White House."

Here's what our viewers thought of the vice presidential debate

CNN's Daniel Dale fact checks Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris's key moments from the 2020 vice presidential debate.

Members of Orthodox Jewish community protest for a second night in Brooklyn over new Covid-19 restrictions

Members of the Orthodox Jewish community protested and set items on fire in Brooklyn, New York after the state announced strict new coronavirus-related restrictions.

5 things to know for October 9: Kidnapping plot, Covid-19, Trump, stimulus, Hong Kong

Another 840,000 workers filed for initial unemployment benefits last week, on a seasonally adjusted basis, while stimulus talks collapse. CNN's Christine Romans reports.

Here's what our viewers thought of the vice presidential debate

Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris took the stage in Utah and debated issues ranging from Covid-19, to tax cuts, and the Supreme Court.

5 things to know for October 8: VP debate, Covid-19, SCOTUS, police, Russia

Hurricane Delta has restrengthened into a Category 2 hurricane, and the threat for hurricane conditions and life-threatening storm surge remain. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

Smarmy. Ineptitude. Fly. The words Americans looked up during the vice presidential debate

Watch the moment a fly landed on Vice President Mike Pence's head while he was debating Sen. Kamala Harris during the only vice presidential debate of the 2020 election.

5 things to know for October 8: VP debate, Covid-19, SCOTUS, police, Russia

CNN senior Washington correspondent Joe Johns was interrupted by a raccoon during an early morning live shot. Jeanne Moos reports on the raccoon invasion of the White House lawn.

5 things to know for October 8: VP debate, Covid-19, SCOTUS, police, Russia

President Trump, who is still infected with coronavirus, releases a video message produced by the White House.

St. Louis couple who pointed guns at protesters indicted on firearm charges

The St. Louis homeowners who pointed guns at protesters, have been indicted on weapons and tampering with evidence charges, according to their attorney.

After losing husband Nick Cordero to Covid-19, Amanda Kloots says Trump's comments are 'a dagger in the heart'

Amanda Kloots, widow of Broadway actor Nick Cordero, posted a video on Instagram where she calls out President Trump for his dismissive tweets about the virus that killed her husband.

5 things to know for October 7: White House, Covid-19, election, Big Tech, China

A new study suggests that neurological symptoms occur in most hospitalized Covid-19 patients. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the details.

5 things to know for October 7: White House, Covid-19, election, Big Tech, China

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell explains why the US economic recovery is fragile and why more fiscal stimulus is needed.

5 things to know for October 7: White House, Covid-19, election, Big Tech, China

Hurricane Delta is approaching landfall near Cancún with eventual plans to hit Louisiana. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

Texas officer charged with murder after shooting a 31-year-old Black man who tried to intervene in a dispute, attorney says

A police officer in Texas was arrested and charged with murder following the fatal shooting of Jonathan Price, a 31-year-old Black man, authorities said.

5 things to know for October 6: Trump, Covid-19, SCOTUS, police violence, Kyrgyzstan

Multiple factors determine strength and track for tropical systems. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri breaks down how they will influence Hurricane Delta.

New York City courthouses present an 'unacceptably high risk' for contracting Covid-19, report says

As New York City closes some schools again, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci says he is "disturbed and concerned" about the baseline of coronavirus cases in the US. CNN's Nick Watt reports.

Police in Colorado release video of woman restrained with her head on floor of police car crying for help

Newly released video from the police department in Aurora, Colorado, shows a restrained Black woman left upside down on the floorboard of a police car for roughly 21 minutes despite her pleas to the officer driving the car.

5 things to know for October 5: Trump, Covid-19, Breonna Taylor, wildfires, Mideast

Jim Carrey premiered his Joe Biden impression on the show's return to live studios, taking on Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump.

5 things to know for October 5: Trump, Covid-19, Breonna Taylor, wildfires, Mideast

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reacts to a presser given by President Trump's medical team in which one of the doctors said Trump might be discharged from Walter Reed medical center as early as tomorrow, despite the fact that the President has had at least two concerning drops in oxygen levels.

5 things to know for October 5: Trump, Covid-19, Breonna Taylor, wildfires, Mideast

CNN's Fareed Zakaria discusses President Donald Trump's coronavirus diagnosis and the reality of cases still coursing through the global population.

Rick Moranis randomly punched in the head by a man in NYC

The New York Police Department is searching for a man caught on camera assaulting actor Rick Moranis on the sidewalk. Moranis starred in hits such as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!" and "Ghostbusters."

A North Carolina man overdosed in police custody. He was alone and crying out for help before collapsing

Harold Easter died while in police custody. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department released footage showing his arrest and how he was left alone in an interrogation room.

5 things to know for October 2: Covid-19, election, economy, police violence, Syria

Summer-like California heat fuels fire growth, but rainfall is in store later next week. Meanwhile, the Midwest is experiencing freeze alerts. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

5 things to know for October 2: Covid-19, election, economy, police violence, Syria

CNN's Chris Cuomo sits down with Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and talks about the Supreme Court, peaceful transfer of power, and Bush v. Gore, a case Cruz tried in front of the highest Court in the land.

For seniors in some care centers, loosened Covid-19 rules mean actual hugs and a respite from isolation

Millions of families across the US have experienced unfathomable pain from the forced separation from their elderly loved ones due to Covid-19 lockdowns. Now, more than six months into the pandemic, Florida has recently eased restrictions to allow limited visitations. CNN's Rosa Flores reports.

Neighborhoods at risk for Covid see disproportionately high eviction rates

CNN's Kyung Lah speaks to families in Columbus, Ohio, who are faced with the possibility of home evictions as the economic ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic have left many unemployed.

North Carolina college student, seemingly otherwise healthy, dies of Covid-19 complications

The Appalachian State University community in Boone, North Carolina, is in disbelief after a student died from coronavirus complications earlier this week. CNN affiliate WSOC reports.

Seven people shot at Milwaukee funeral home, police say

Seven people were shot at a funeral home in Milwaukee, police officials said.

5 things to know for September 28: Tax returns, Supreme Court, coronavirus, police violence, China

Moschino's Creative Director Jeremy Scott presented the brand's Spring-Summer 2021 collection with marionettes walking the runway.

Heather Heyer's mother says she wasn't surprised Trump refused to condemn white supremacy

CNN's Van Jones reacts to President Donald Trump's refusal to condemn white supremacy during the first presidential debate of the 2020 election.

The Glass and Zogg Fires are less than 10% contained and threaten even more destruction

Heat, fires, smoke and drought to end September 2020 for the West as portions of the upper Great Lakes prepare for near freezing temperatures for early October.. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast

NYC elementary schools reopen for in-person classes, but new outbreaks could change that

CNN Senior Global Affairs Analyst Bianna Golodryga speaks to a New York City mother and teacher about schools opening back up for in-person learning during the coronavirus pandemic.

Breonna Taylor grand juror suggests case was misrepresented to the public

Body camera footage obtained by Vice News purportedly shows what happened in the moments after Louisville Metro Police officers raided the home of Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed.

An 11-year-old boy and a woman are dead after an Oregon hostage situation

Multiple people died during a hostage situation that unfolded in Salem, Oregon, according to officials. CNN affiliate KPTV reports.

5 things to know for September 29: Covid-19, debate, stimulus, Breonna Taylor, fires

The West is looking for wildfire relief but the rain is staying to the east of the Continental Divide. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for September 29: Covid-19, debate, stimulus, Breonna Taylor, fires

CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Adm. Brett Giroir, the White House official overseeing coronavirus testing, about President Donald Trump's plan to disperse 150 million rapid coronavirus tests.

New York judge orders judicial review of Eric Garner case

Five years after the death of Eric Garner, the New York Police Department has terminated Daniel Pantaleo, the officer involved in Garner's fatal arrest.

Police broke up a massive party of more than 1,000 people near Florida State University

Bars and restaurants in Florida were packed over the weekend after Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an order allowing establishments to begin operating at 100 percent capacity. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.

5 things to know for September 29: Covid-19, debate, stimulus, Breonna Taylor, fires

Thousands are fleeing their homes and a winery has been destroyed as wildfires rage in California's wine country. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

University of Wisconsin-Madison directs 9 sororities and fraternities to quarantine due to Covid-19

Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses a top Penn State doctor revealing that up to 35 percent of Big Ten athletes who had Covid-19 now show signs of heart inflammation.

5 things to know for September 28: Tax returns, Supreme Court, coronavirus, police violence, China

Autumn's chill is headed east allowing for much warmer temperatures and fire threat to build in the West. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

New York City schools' return to in-person classes leaves parents with tough choices

The New York City public school system, the largest in the nation, faces a big test this week as schools reopen. Some parents have reservations about sending their kids back to class. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.

5 things to know for September 28: Tax returns, Supreme Court, coronavirus, police violence, China

President Donald Trump has nominated Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Here's where she stands on the law, her faith, and Roe v. Wade.

Three railroad workers built a 'man cave' under New York's Grand Central Terminal

Three railroad employees were suspended without pay for converting a room underneath Grand Central Terminal in New York City into their own personal "man cave."

Breonna Taylor's family attorney is 'not giving up' on murder or manslaughter charges for officers involved

Bianca Austin, Breonna Taylor's aunt, reads an emotional letter from Breonna Taylor's mother Tamika Palmer, reacting to the news of Attorney General Daniel Cameron saying that only one of the three officers involved in the shooting has been indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree.

Protester hit by vehicle during march down Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood

A pick-up truck hit a protester during a protest for Breonna Taylor in Los Angeles. An investigation is underway.

Seattle police officer captured on video riding his bicycle over a protester's head placed on leave

A Seattle police officer captured on video rolling his bicycle over the head of a protester who was laying in the street is now on administrative leave.

5 things to know for September 25: Election, protests, Covid-19, N Korea, Benadryl

Rainfall occurs on opposite corners of the country with huge temperature swings on the horizon. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.

Louisville police tell protesters to use sidewalks then call unlawful assembly when that doesn't happen

Armed vigilantes and protesters clashed in Louisville, Kentucky, after a grand jury declined to directly charge officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor.

Solicitation charges dropped against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft

From accusations of Super Bowl ring theft to Deflategate to sex solicitation charges, here's a look at the most controversial moments of Robert Kraft's career.

LeBron James says, 'We lost a beautiful woman' in Breonna Taylor

Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey reacts to the grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case.

5 things to know for September 25: Election, protests, Covid-19, N Korea, Benadryl

Republicans across the country are taking concrete steps that threaten to undermine the integrity of the election, particularly in key battleground states. CNN's Kristen Holmes reports.

Cases like Breonna Taylor's highlight Black women are 'not safe anywhere,' #SayHerName campaign founder says

Protests for Breonna Taylor have helped push for reforms in Louisville, Kentucky, including an end to "no-knock" warrants, stricter body-cam rules, and a multi-million dollar settlement awarded to Taylor's family.

Breonna Taylor investigations are far from over as demands for transparency mount

Outrage and heartbreak boiled over into protests in many cities across the US after the Kentucky attorney general announced that none of the three officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death would be charged with her killing. Her cousin spoke to CNN affiliate WXMI.

Police declare unlawful assembly after windows shattered during Breonna Taylor protests

Protesters take to the streets around the country after the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case announced that one officer, Brett Hankison, has been indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first-degree for his actions on the night Taylor was killed.

26-year-old suspect arrested in shooting that injured 2 Louisville police officers

Two officers with the Louisville Metro Police Department were shot during protests of the Breonna Taylor case, the interim chief of the Louisville Police Department confirmed in a press briefing. CNN's Jason Carroll has more.

Breonna Taylor investigations are far from over as demands for transparency mount

Breonna Taylor was shot eight times by Louisville police after officers forced their way inside her home during an attempted drug raid in March.

Parents say 28-year-old doctor who died after coronavirus battle spent her life helping people

CNN's Kate Bolduan speaks with Maureen Fagan, whose 28-year-old sister, Dr. Adeline Fagan, died from coronavirus complications.

Breonna Taylor investigations are far from over as demands for transparency mount

Rev. Dr. William Barber, President of Repairers of the Breach, reacts to the Breonna Taylor indictments: "It's not what we wanted... We have to keep on pushing."

Breonna Taylor investigations are far from over as demands for transparency mount

When asked if he understands the anger people feel over the Breonna Taylor case Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said her does and that scrutiny over his office's handling of the case is misplaced.

Wanton endangerment charge: What it means in the Breonna Taylor case

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks to the press after the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case announced that one of the three officers involved, Brett Hankison, has been indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree.

5 things to know for September 23: Covid-19, Breonna Taylor, UN, domestic violence

Tropical Storm Beta dropped up to ten inches of rain on the Texas coast, and much needed rain is in the forecast for the Pacific Northwest. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for September 23: Covid-19, Breonna Taylor, UN, domestic violence

Cindy McCain, wife of late Sen. John McCain, tells CNN's David Axelrod why she considers Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden a friend.

Body camera video shows officer involved shooting of 13-year-old with Asperger's after mom calls for help

Salt Lake City Police released body camera footage of an officer involved shooting that left a 13-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome with multiple injuries.

Harry and Meghan urge action against hate speech ahead of US election

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, warned about the dangers of online negativity and how "it erodes our ability to show compassion" during the TIME 100 virtual event.

5 things to know for September 22: Coronavirus, SCOTUS, China, Navalny, Botswana

Tropical Storm Beta made landfall in Texas last night, creating massive flooding throughout the state and along the Gulf Coast.

28-year-old Houston doctor dies after battle with coronavirus, family says

Adeline Fagan, a second year OBGYN resident living in Houston, died early Saturday after a couple months-long battle with Covid-19. CNN's Don Lemon speaks to her sisters.

5 things to know for September 22: Coronavirus, SCOTUS, China, Navalny, Botswana

The flu vaccine won't protect you from coronavirus, but CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why it's more essential than ever to get the shot this year.

A Nebraska bar owner who was indicted in the fatal shooting of a Black protester has died by suicide

White bar owner Jake Gardner shot Black protester James Scurlock on May 30. The shooting occurred during protests following the death of George Floyd.

Baltimore educators are tracking down students to fight low virtual attendance

With millions of students starting the year online and attendance proving to be a challenge, schools are getting creative in making sure children get to class. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.

5 things to know for September 21: Ginsburg, Covid-19, Trump, UN, China

Watch some of the best Emmy acceptance speeches from the stars of "Schitt's Creek," "Succession," "Watchmen" and more.

5 things to know for September 21: Ginsburg, Covid-19, Trump, UN, China

A humpback whale is now free, after being stranded in Australia's East Alligator River for two weeks.

5 things to know for September 21: Ginsburg, Covid-19, Trump, UN, China

The government of China's Xinjiang region has confirmed a significant drop in the birth rate in Xinjiang, China, but denied reports of forced sterilization and genocide in a letter to CNN. The letter comes after a previous CNN report that documented a campaign of abuse and control by Beijing targeting women from the Uyghur minority. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.

5 things to know for September 21: Ginsburg, Covid-19, Trump, UN, China

Tropical Storm Beta to soon bring tropical storm force conditions to the Texas coast. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the update.

Milwaukee students attending online class heard fatal shots and their teacher called 911

A teacher called 911 after students heard gunshots during virtual school in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. CNN affiliate WISN reports.

A carjacker held a couple hostage for hours in Tennessee before killing the husband, investigators say

A carjacker held a couple hostage for hours in Tennessee before killing the husband, investigators say. CNN affiliate WTVC reports Aileen and Jordan Stevens were unaware that the driver, Dangelo Dorsey, had just committed a series of deadly crimes nearby, according to authorities.

An Idaho pastor skeptical of masks lands in the ICU for Covid-19

A pastor in Idaho who called himself a "no-masker" during a service and repeatedly questioned the veracity of coronavirus case reporting is in the ICU after contracting Covid-19. CNN's Lucy Kafanov reports.

An Alaska dentist who extracted a patient's tooth on a hoverboard sentenced to 12 years in jail

A former dentist who was filmed extracting a patient's tooth while standing on a hoverboard has been sentenced to 12 years in jail, according to a statement from the Alaska Department of Law.

5 things to know for September 18: coronavirus, election 2020, USPS, Taiwan

The Pacific Northwest will see rain today, and new tropical threats begin to develop. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the forecast.

5 things to know for September 18: coronavirus, election 2020, USPS, Taiwan

Attorney General William Barr compared a coronavirus lockdown to slavery during remarks to a conservative college. CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.

When a man heard that farmers were destroying unsold produce, he arranged for trucks to deliver tons of it to food banks

When Covid-19 cost Washington farmers orders and left them with excess produce, George Ahearn realized that moving those crops across the state could help area food banks feed those in need.

Exhausted firefighters sing together after a 14-hour shift battling wildfires in Oregon

An exhausted crew of firefights extinguishing wildfires in Oregon took a break to sing their version of "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."

Parents send student to school while knowingly infected with coronavirus, mayor says

Almost 30 teenagers have to quarantine after parents sent their child to a Massachusetts school despite knowing they were positive with Covid-19, according to Attleboro Public Schools and the town's mayor.

A Boston University lecturer was killed in an elevator accident

Carrie O'Connor, a 38-year-old lecturer at Boston University, died of traumatic asphyxia in an elevator accident in her Boston apartment, police said.

Her father's food truck made just $6 in one day -- so she made a plea on Twitter to help him get more customers

When 21-year-old Giselle Aviles learned that her dad's Austin, Texas, small business was struggling during the pandemic, she made a heartwarming plea on Twitter asking people to help. CNN affiliate KTRK reports the impact of just one tweet.

22 injured after cranes collide in Austin, Texas, official says

At least 22 people were injured after two cranes collided in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday morning, according to Austin-Travis County Emergency Medical Services.

5 things to know for September 16: Coronavirus, police, election, Mideast, nature

Weather conditions are improving for firefighters in the battle to contain the wildfires in the Pacific Northwest . CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for September 16: Coronavirus, police, election, Mideast, nature

Sondra Wolfe, who's husband died from coronavirus complications, gives a warning to others who aren't taking the Covid-19 pandemic seriously.

Los Angeles deputy saved partner's life after Compton shooting while bleeding from a wound to her face

One of the two Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies attacked in an ambush saved the life of the other by applying a tourniquet while bleeding from a gunshot wound to her face. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

LSU's head football coach reveals 'most' of his team has had Covid-19

LSU's head football coach Ed Orgeron revealed that "most" of his team has already had Covid-19, ahead of the Southeastern Conference's debut.

5 things to know for September 16: Coronavirus, police, election, Mideast, nature

John Stewart, former host of the Daily Show was is back in Washington, DC, in support for a new bill supporting sick veterans. The bill called the Presumptive Benefits for War Fighters Exposed to Burn Pits and Other Toxins Act of 2020 is aimed at helping veterans who were exposed to harmful fumes that came from burn pits.

5 things to know for September 15: Covid-19, election, immigration, police, Yemen

The world's worst humanitarian crisis is deepening in Yemen after its three major donors, the US, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, dramatically reduced aid to the country this year. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.

5 things to know for September 15: Covid-19, election, immigration, police, Yemen

Relief in store for Pacific Northwest fires as the area may see some rainfall in the coming days. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

Los Angeles deputy saved partner's life after Compton shooting while bleeding from a wound to her face

After a gunman ambushed and shot two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies as they sat in their car, one of the officers fashioned a tourniquet around her fellow officer, new footage shows. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Los Angeles deputy saved partner's life after Compton shooting while bleeding from a wound to her face

A manhunt is intensifying for the gunman who ambushed and shot two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies as they sat in their car. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

A 9-year-old who's been battling coronavirus for 6 months says the illness is a big deal

Eli Lipman, a 9-year-old with "long-haul" Covid-19, tells CNN's Chris Cuomo about his experience with coronavirus and warns other kids about the dangers of ongoing symptoms.

Black lives matter in children's books, too. That's why this couple started a nonprofit

Couple starts nonprofit called Young, Black & Lit so that children can see themselves reflected in the books they read.

5 things to know for September 15: Covid-19, election, immigration, police, Yemen

Jelani Cobb discusses Newark's police reforms and his updated PBS FRONTLINE documentary "Policing the Police 2020".

Hurricane Sally strengthens to Category 2 as it moves toward the US Gulf Coast

Hurricane Sally is expected to continue gaining strength before making landfall on the Gulf Coast where it is projected to remain over the coast for several days, causing extreme rainfall and flooding.

5 things to know for September 14: Coronavirus, election, wildfires, Japan, TikTok

Another tropical to soak the Gulf Coast while the West coast could use that rain to combat the destructive wildfires. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

Sheriff's deputy in Georgia fired after video shows him repeatedly striking man

A sheriff's deputy in the Atlanta area was fired for excessive use of force after a social media video showed the deputy repeatedly striking a man, according to the Clayton County Sheriff's Office. CNN's Dianne Gallagher reports.

$100,000 reward offered in search for gunman who ambushed and shot LA County deputies in Compton

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department announced a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect who ambushed and shot two deputies. CNN's Josh Campbell reports a search is underway for the shooter.

Back-to-back weekend parties at park near NYU raise coronavirus concerns

CNN's Dana Bash speaks with the President of the University of Arizona Dr. Robert Robbins about the unique steps - including wastewater surveillance - the school is taking to tackle the coronavirus outbreak.

5 things to know for September 14: Coronavirus, election, wildfires, Japan, TikTok

During a rally in Nevada, President Trump criticizes Gov. Steve Sisolak and claims without evidence the governor could rig the presidential election.

Kansas City Chiefs fans booed players during a moment of unity against racism

Four years after Kaepernick took a knee, the NFL is now an active proponent of social change. Will this alienate fans who just want to watch games free of politics?

This Ravens superfan died at 14. His face will fill the seats on Sunday

Sonsy Gaba's Ravens superfan son, Mo, died of cancer at 14 years old. His face will fill "Mo's rows" in the Ravens stadium stands.

Oregon city 'looks as though a bomb went off' as fires continue to scorch the West Coast

Wyatt Tofte, 13, died in the wildfires in Marion County, Oregon, along with his 71-year-old grandmother, Peggy Mosso, a family spokesperson told CNN.

19 families buy nearly 97 acres of land in Georgia to create a city safe for Black people

Nineteen Black families came together to purchase more than 90 acres of land in Wilkinson County, Georgia, after the recent deaths of Black Americans, including George Floyd in Minneapolis and Ahmaud Arbery in southeast Georgia, moved them to create a fully "pro-Black" community, according to a member of the Freedom Georgia Initiative.

Thousands of firefighters continue to battle California wildfires that have killed 24 people in less than a month

The beautiful American West is burning. Nearly five million acres have burned. Firefighters can't keep up. So what else can Americans do to help?

Ohio college students were cited after hosting a house party despite testing positive for Covid-19

Six students at Miami University in Ohio were cited for violating a city ordinance on mass gatherings after they held a house party despite at least one of them testing positive for Covid-19, according to police records.

2 Los Angeles County deputies are out of surgery after ambush shooting in Compton

Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot while in the city of Compton, according to the department's official Twitter account."One male deputy and one female deputy were ambushed as they sat in their patrol vehicle," the tweet read. The suspect is still at large.

Sheriff's deputy in Georgia placed on leave after video shows him 'using physical force on a man'

A sheriff's deputy in Atlanta has been placed on administrative leave after social media video surfaced showing the deputy "using physical force on a man," according to the Clayton County Sheriff's Office.

Oregon officials preparing for 'mass fatality incident' as fast-moving wildfires threaten to merge

The entire states of Washington and Oregon are under air quality alerts and the National Hurricane Center is watching multiple tropical systems.

4 Houston police officers involved in fatal shooting are fired

Four Houston police officers have been fired for fatally shooting an apparently emotionally disturbed man who was on the ground, wounded and incapacitated.

Sole survivor of Kenosha protests shootings speaks out for first time

Gaige Grosskreutz is the only one of three men shot during a night of protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin who survived. He tells CNN's Sara Sidner that he's still reliving it every day.

5 things to know for September 11: Coronavirus, election, protests, wildfires, Lesbos

In an interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden spoke about middle class voters being taken for granted in 2016 and how he plans to connect with blue collar voters in 2020.

A Louisiana officer is on leave and 2 others pulled from duty after a Black teen was arrested at a bowling alley

A police officer was placed on administrative leave and two others were pulled from duty after video surfaced on social media of an arrest of a Black teenager in Lafayette, Louisiana.

5 things to know for September 11: Coronavirus, election, protests, wildfires, Lesbos

British actress Diana Rigg, whose decades-long acting career spanned 1960s spy series "The Avengers," classical theater and "Game of Thrones," has died aged 82.

At least 3 teachers have died from Covid-19 complications in recent weeks

Demetria Bannister, an elementary school teacher, died of coronavirus complications a week into the start of the school year in South Carolina. The 28-year-old had taught at the Windsor Elementary School in Columbia for five years, CNN affiliate WIS reported.

5 things to know for September 11: Coronavirus, election, protests, wildfires, Lesbos

After fires destroyed Europe's largest migrant camp Moria on the Greek island of Lesbos, an estimated 13,000 people have been left without shelter. Dozens of families who lived in the camp have found refuge a nearby cemetery. CNN's Melissa Bell reports.

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