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Unrest mounts across multiple US cities over the death of George Floyd

George Floyd was pronounced dead after Minneapolis police officers restrained him while he repeated, "I can't breathe!"

New video appears to show three police officers kneeling on George Floyd

A new video posted on social media appears to show three Minneapolis Police Department officers kneeling on George Floyd during his arrest.

A look at why ex-police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with third-degree murder

CNN legal analyst Laura Coates explains the charges against ex-officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.

Minneapolis under curfew after ex-officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck charged with third-degree murder

Hennepin County prosecutor Mike Freeman says that the former Minneapolis officer seen kneeling on George Floyd's neck and ultimately killing him has been charged with third degree murder and manslaughter.

George Floyd and Derek Chauvin once worked overlapping security shifts at the same nightclub

Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer involved in the death of George Floyd, is now in police custody, an official says.

7 people shot in protests over the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor, police say

Seven people were shot in Louisville, Kentucky, during a protest after the release of a 911 call from the night EMT Breonna Taylor was killed by police gunfire in her apartment.

CNN crew released from police custody after they were arrested live on air in Minneapolis

CNN's Omar Jimenez is released from police custody after being arrested while covering protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Minnesota State Patrol arrested the team live on CNN air.

CNN crew released from police custody after they were arrested live on air in Minneapolis

CNN president Jeff Zucker spoke with Minnesota Governor Tim Walz following the arrest of CNN's team in Minneapolis. Walz said he "deeply apologizes" for what happened and described the arrests as "unacceptable."

CNN crew released from police custody after they were arrested live on air in Minneapolis

CNN's Omar Jimenez was taken into police custody during a live broadcast at the site of the protests in Minneapolis, after clearly identifying himself to officers. Jimenez's crew were also placed in handcuffs.

Minneapolis ex-officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck is in custody and faces a murder charge

CNN's Sara Sidner and Josh Campbell report on the scene as protests erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd's death while in police custody. The Minneapolis Police Department evacuated the 3rd Precinct of its staff, "in the interest of the safety of our personnel," according to a statement from John Elder, Director of the department's Office of Public Information. "Protesters forcibly entered the building and have ignited several fires."

Foster kids struggling during the pandemic are getting much needed support from a CNN Hero

Since 2008, Danielle Gletow and One Simple Wish have been granting wishes to kids in foster care. During the pandemic, she is making sure they have the support they need.

The 'knee-to-neck' move used to restrain George Floyd isn't encouraged by most police. Here's why some law enforcement experts say it's a dangerous maneuver

After the death of George Floyd sparked outrage across the country, CNN's Don Lemon speaks frankly to Chris Cuomo about the realities for people of color living in America.

90-year-old grandma tries to defuse tense confrontation between police and her grandson

Police in Midland, Texas released video of the dramatic arrest of 21-year-old Tye Anders.

The Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck had 18 previous complaints against him, police department says

The death of George Floyd as he was pinned down by police has sparked widespread condemnation. Watch scenes from the protests.

The Minneapolis police officer who knelt on George Floyd's neck had 18 previous complaints against him, police department says

After the death of George Floyd, an African American man who was pinned down by a police officer, a video of the incident went viral, sparking protests and nationwide outrage.

A Kansas soldier likely saved 'countless lives' by driving into an active shooter, police say

Police say a Kansas soldier likely saved lives by ramming his car into a gunman who opened fire on a busy bridge connecting Kansas and Missouri. CNN affiliate KMBC spoke with Master Sgt. David Royer after he intervened in the incident.

George Floyd's brother on protesters: 'They have pain. They have the same pain that I feel'

Philonise Floyd, the brother of a black man who was killed while in Minneapolis police custody, tells CNN's Alisyn Camerota that he wants people protesting his brother's death to be peaceful.

Prosecutors do not announce charges in George Floyd's death but say 'justice will be served'

Cup Foods co-owner Mahmoud Abumayyaleh describes the moments that led to one of his employee's calling the police on George Floyd for alleged fraud. Abumayyaleh states he saw no sign of Floyd resisting arrest in the shop's surveillance video.

5 things to know for May 28: Coronavirus, Hong Kong, Twitter, health, climate

CNN meteorologist Tom Sater explains why the historic SpaceX/NASA launch was scrubbed.

5 things to know for May 28: Coronavirus, Hong Kong, Twitter, health, climate

The threat of severe storms continues for much of the Eastern US while record heat remains over the west. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the details.

Prosecutors do not announce charges in George Floyd's death but say 'justice will be served'

Donald Williams witnessed the arrest of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer placed his knee on Floyd's neck. Williams shares his thoughts on the incident with CNN's Chris Cuomo.

Prosecutors do not announce charges in George Floyd's death but say 'justice will be served'

As heated protests over George Floyd's death continue in Minneapolis, CNN's Sara Sidner shows the 'chaotic' scenes as people looted Target and other local businesses.

UConn senior suspected of killing 2 people is arrested after a six-day manhunt

Peter Manfredonia, 23,was taken into custody in Hagerstown, Maryland, Connecticut State Police tweeted, after a six-day manhunt.

Minneapolis mayor calls for charges against officer who put knee to George Floyd's neck

CNN's Omar Jimenez reports on hundreds packing the streets of Minneapolis to protest against police, many gathering at the intersection where George Floyd was pinned to the ground by officers shortly before he died.

The realities of being a black birdwatcher

Christian Cooper speaks with CNN's Don Lemon about the encounter he had with a white woman who called the police on him during an encounter involving her unleashed dog in Central Park.

5 things to know for May 27: Antibody tests, coronavirus, RNC, SpaceX, George Floyd

Planes are bringing some of the sickest Covid-19 patients from hundreds of miles away to Manaus, Brazil's hardest-hit city. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.

5 things to know for May 27: Antibody tests, coronavirus, RNC, SpaceX, George Floyd

Severe storms hit the east, record-breaking heat affects the west, and a potential tropical system may affect the East Coast. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

Officials moved slowly on workplace complaint as Tyson's Perry plant Covid-19 outbreak grew

The rising costs of brisket and other meat cuts have forced barbecue restaurants to make changes to their menus.

George Floyd's family says four officers involved in his death should be charged with murder

The family of George Floyd, a black man who was held down with a knee as he protested that he couldn't breathe and later died in police custody, speaks with CNN's Don Lemon.

Newly released video shows a woman pushing her 9-year-old son into a canal, police say

A Florida woman was arrested in the death of her nine-year-old son after pushing him into a canal in ​an attempt on his life, according to a Miami-Dade Police Department affidavit.

Eric Garner's mother says George Floyd's death feels like déjà vu

George Floyd was pronounced dead after two Minneapolis police officers restrained him while he repeated, "I can't breathe!"

4 Minneapolis cops fired after video shows one kneeling on neck of black man who later died

A video shared on social media appears to show a man, who family attorney Ben Crump has identified as George Floyd, on the ground, with an officer from Minneapolis Police Department placing his knee behind his neck forcing Floyd's face into the ground.

The realities of being a black birdwatcher

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.

Chicago sees deadliest Memorial Day weekend in four years with 10 killed and 39 injured in shootings

Despite dips in recent years in gun violence and the sanctioned stay-at-home orders, Chicago saw its deadliest Memorial Day weekend in years.

A white woman has apologized after calling police on a black man and saying 'there's an African American man threatening my life'

A white woman has apologized for calling police on a black man in Central Park, after the two argued about her unleashed dog. CNN's John Berman explains.

5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery

Brazil now has the second most infections worldwide after the United States, but its president Jair Bolsonaro, is urging business to reopen. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh tells us more.

5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery

CNN's Gary Tuchman speaks with beachgoers in Gulf Shores, Alabama, about the Covid-19 pandemic.

Police and parents of a UConn student suspected in killings plead for the manhunt to end in his surrender

Connecticut State Police are searching for a University of Connecticut student in connection with the killing of at least one man, according to law enforcement officials.

A thousand flags honor Massachusetts military heroes in a scaled-back Memorial Day observance

Some longstanding rituals at Arlington National Cemetery have been changed to ensure safety and maintain social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.

An effigy of Kentucky Gov. Beshear was hung from a tree at the end of a Second Amendment rally

A group of protesters holding a rally outside of Gov. Andy Beshear's mansion at the state capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky, hung an effigy of the governor on a tree. CNN speaks to a journalist who witnessed the event.

Severe weather could put a damper on some Memorial Day activities

Severe weather could put a damper on your Memorial Day plans as the severe threat stretches from the Gulf Coast of Texas towards the Great Lakes and includes the southern tip of Florida. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the latest.

5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery

Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning won The Match II: Champions for Charity over Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady, but there were plenty of highlights along the way.

5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery

Many Americans visited beaches for the Memorial Day weekend amid concerns from officials that the crowds could result in a spike of coronavirus cases. CNN's Rosa Flores has more.

A cluster of coronavirus cases was reported in Arkansas after a swim party

Several people who attended a high school swim party in Arkansas have contracted Covid-19, Gov. Asa Hutchinson told reporters. Hutchinson stands firm the state's decision to lift restrictions, claiming the rise in cases is due to "greater testing and tracing."

Eddie Sutton, legendary college basketball coach, dies at 84

Eddie Sutton, the first college basketball coach to lead four different schools to the NCAA tournament, has died at age 84, his family said in a statement.

Pool party at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri draws a packed crowd

Video posted by a reporter shows partiers crowded together in a pool at the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri, this Memorial Day weekend. The gathering violates social distancing measures intended to limit the spread of Covid-19.

Woman who confessed to killing her 9-year-old son pushed him into a canal in Florida, affidavit says

Police in south Florida have arrested and charged Patricia Ripley in the death of her 9-year-old son after they say she falsely accused two black men of abducting him.

Biscuits and Gravy, the kitten born with two faces, dies

An Oregon family got a big surprise when their cat gave birth to a litter that included a kitten with two faces.

A massive fire destroys a quarter of Pier 45 at San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf

San Francisco firefighters battle a four-alarm warehouse fire on Pier 45, according to San Francisco Fire Department.

Millions of cicadas are expected to emerge after 17 years underground because, of course, it's 2020

Billions of cicadas will make themselves heard in Maryland, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia once the soil where they live warms up to 64 degrees Fahrenheit. CNN affiliate WBNS has more.

What Biden said was outrageous. But, some say, so was the reaction

Joe Biden apologized hours after he told a popular African-American radio host that anyone struggling to decide whether to support him or President Donald Trump in the general election "ain't black."

A fire captain in Oklahoma is accused of robbing two banks

A captain with the fire department in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is under arrest because police say he robbed two banks and stole nearly $320,000. CNN affiliate KOKI has the details.

Basketball legend Patrick Ewing tests positive for coronavirus

Basketball Hall of Famer and Georgetown men's basketball coach Patrick Ewing tweeted that he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

5 things to know for May 22: Coronavirus, health, China, Open Skies Treaty, Ahmaud Arbery

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the potential long-term effects Covid-19 could have on the lungs based on past coronavirus outbreaks.

5 things to know for May 22: Coronavirus, health, China, Open Skies Treaty, Ahmaud Arbery

China begins its most important political event of the year, following a two-month delay due to the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Steven Jiang reports on the National People's Conference where hygiene measures are making an already opaque event feel even less accessible.

Man who recorded the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery has been arrested, GBI says

William "Roddie" Bryan Jr., the man who recorded the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in a neighborhood outside Brunswick, Georgia, has been arrested on suspicion of murder, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said on its website.

Texas Naval base shooter believed to have expressed support for terrorist groups online

The FBI announced that a shooting at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi was terror-related.

Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli agree to plead guilty in college admissions scam

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges in connection to their role in the college admissions scam, the US Attorney's Office in the District of Massachusetts said.

If US had started social distancing a week earlier, about 36,000 fewer people would have died, study says

CNN's Don Lemon talks to epidemiologist Jeffrey Shaman about new research from Columbia University that shows the US may have prevented the majority of coronavirus deaths and infections had it shut down sooner. The study used epidemiologic modeling to gauge transmission rates from March 15 to May 3.

5 things to know for May 21: Pandemic, testing, economy, Amphan, Roe v. Wade

Heavy rain for the past few days has prompted flood warnings through the end of the week for parts of Virginia into the Carolinas. CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers is in with how much more can be expected.

Your Memorial Day BBQ will look a little different this year. Here's how to make the most of it

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Biology Professor Erin Bromage shares tips on how to safely celebrate this Memorial Day weekend to reduce coronavirus spread.

A family finds nearly $1 million in cash in the middle of the road. Police want to know how the money ended up there

A Virginia family discovered two bags containing nearly $1 million in cash while on an afternoon drive.

5 things to know for May 21: Pandemic, testing, economy, Amphan, Roe v. Wade

Middle School students asked CNN's Carl Azuz questions about coronavirus. Here are his answers.

Suspect in Arizona shooting 'wanted to gain some respect' because he'd been bullied, police say

Officer Tiffany Ngalula says three people were shot at the Westgate Entertainment Center shopping complex in Glendale, Arizona. One person is in custody.

Nursing home workers warned government about safety violations before Covid-19 outbreaks and deaths

A CNN review of hundreds of complaints to federal and state governments shows that workers at long-term facilities feel their lives are at risk in the time of coronavirus. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

Ohio high school senior missing after heading to tanning salon

Madison Bell, 18, was last seen when she left home, telling her mother she was going to a tanning salon, the Highland County Sheriff's Office said.

5 things to know for May 20: Loans, US reopening, WHO, Election 2020, Hungary

A slow moving system is bringing heavy rain to much of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic which could lead to flash flooding and a new storm brings severe storms to the High Plains today.

5 things to know for May 20: Loans, US reopening, WHO, Election 2020, Hungary

In interviews with CNN, CDC officials say their agency's efforts to mount a coordinated response to the Covid-19 pandemic have been hamstrung by a White House whose decisions are driven by politics rather than science.

Police attempted to use Taser on Ahmaud Arbery during a 2017 incident

Bodycam video obtained by CNN shows Glynn County Police trying to use a Taser on Ahmaud Arbery during an incident in 2017, according to a police report and police body camera video obtained by The Guardian.

5 things to know for May 26: Coronavirus, testing, China, Brazil, Ahmaud Arbery

Tesla CEO Elon Musk and pop star Grimes welcomed a baby boy. Musk shared photos of the newborn on Twitter.

Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery's killing tried to 'confine and detain' him with his vehicle, warrant says

William Bryan Jr., the man who recorded the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Gregory and Travis McMichael were arrested earlier this month and face murder and aggravated assault charges for the shooting.

Texas church cancels masses following death of a possibly Covid-19 positive priest

A church in Houston has canceled mass indefinitely after one of its priests died and five others tested positive for the coronavirus.

5 things to know for May 19: Vaccine, hydroxychloroquine, symptoms, EU, al Qaeda

As Tropical Storm Arthur moves away from the coast, a slow moving system is bringing heavy rain and the potential for flash flooding from the Great Lakes to the Southeast.

14-year-old recovering from multisystem inflammatory syndrome was hospitalized with heart failure

14-year-old Jack McMorrow was hospitalized with a severe inflammatory syndrome linked to coronavirus. CNN's Don Lemon speaks with McMorrow and his father about their experience.

Massachusetts doctor charged in wife's death

A Massachusetts doctor accused of killing his wife was arraigned on murder charges. CNN affiliate WBZ reports.

5 things to know for May 19: Vaccine, hydroxychloroquine, symptoms, EU, al Qaeda

Study subjects who received Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine had positive early results, according to the biotech company, which partnered with the National Institutes of Health to develop the vaccine. Dr. Carlos del Rio, who is working on the vaccine trial, explains what steps are still to come.

5 things to know for May 19: Vaccine, hydroxychloroquine, symptoms, EU, al Qaeda

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that he asked President Donald Trump to remove State Department Inspector General Steve Linick because the independent watchdog was "undermining" the department and wasn't performing in a way that the top US diplomat wanted him to.

Surveillance videos show multiple people had trespassed at the home Ahmaud Arbery visited. He was the only one killed

Surveillance videos shows multiple people had trespassed at the home Ahmaud Arbery visited before he was killed.

Navajo Nation surpasses New York state for the highest Covid-19 infection rate in the US

The Navajo Nation has surpassed New York and New Jersey for the highest per-capita coronavirus infection rate in the US -- another sign of Covid-19's disproportionate impact on minority communities.

5 things to know for May 19: Vaccine, hydroxychloroquine, symptoms, EU, al Qaeda

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responds to President Trump's revelation that he is taking hydroxychloroquine despite an FDA warning about the drug.

HBCUs doubly hurt by campus shutdowns in coronavirus pandemic

Despite uptick in enrollment, historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are struggling financially due to the ongoing pandemic. Without their students on campus, where tuition fuels HBCU operations, many schools could be facing financial ruin.

Floridians rejoice as malls, barbershops and gyms reopen across the state

Governors across the US are navigating a balancing act as they try to reopen their economies without triggering a second spike of coronavirus cases. CNN's Rosa Flores reports.

Husband of missing Colorado woman says he'll do 'whatever it takes' to bring wife back

As the search continues for Suzanne Morphew, a Colorado woman who vanished on Mother's Day, her husband Barry posted an emotional plea on Facebook saying he would do "whatever it takes" to get her back.

Meet Dr. Moose: Virginia Tech awards one of its therapy dogs an honorary doctorate degree

Moose, an 8-year-old therapy dog at Virginia Tech who has helped thousands of students cope with mental health issues, has received an honorary doctorate in veterinary medicine.

5 things to know for May 18: Coronavirus, mass gatherings, CDC, Steve Linick, Rwanda

CNN's Samantha Vinograd analyzes President Donald Trump's firing of the State Department Inspector General Steve Linick.

A Los Angeles explosion melted firefighters' helmets and set their coats on fire. 4 responders are in the ICU

An explosion in downtown Los Angeles forced firefighters to walk though "a fireball," setting their coats ablaze and sending four crew members to an intensive care unit. CNN's Paul Vercammen reports.

Atlas V rocket lifts off for US Space Force mission

The United Launch Alliance launched its Atlas V rocket for the new government agency's mission, which includes deploying a small satellite and conducting experiments for NASA

5 things to know for May 18: Coronavirus, mass gatherings, CDC, Steve Linick, Rwanda

During an interview on NBC's "Meet the Press," White House trade adviser Peter Navarro criticized the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, saying the agency "let the country down" on coronavirus testing. CNN's Jeremy Diamond reports.

5 things to know for May 18: Coronavirus, mass gatherings, CDC, Steve Linick, Rwanda

CNN's John King looks into several states' coronavirus case trend line as governors continue to reopen the economy.

Here are the top moments from the class of 2020's graduation night

Actor Keegan-Michael Key encourages graduates to "go get 'em" during CNN's "Class of 2020: In This Together," a special tribute to those whose commencement ceremonies were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Here are the top moments from the class of 2020's graduation night

Former President Bill Clinton delivers remarks during CNN's "Class of 2020: In This Together," a special tribute to graduates whose commencement ceremonies were canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Her college canceled graduation. So her dad held an elaborate ceremony in the front yard

The Covid-19 pandemic has cancelled graduation ceremonies across the country, but that hasn't stopped these graduates from building backyard stages and live-streaming from the living room. Watch more human stories of the pandemic.

Videos show skydivers spiraling as they descend in Titusville, Florida

Eyewitnesses in Florida captured two skydivers spinning in the sky before they crashed into a tree and landed in front of a home, according to police and firefighters in Titusville.

These are the states with coronarvirus cases falling and rising the most

Morning news briefing from CNN on Friday, May 15.

5 things to know for May 15: China, pandemic, childhood illness, Sen. Burr, stimulus

Mike Bowen, a protective equipment manufacturer who warned about the lack of PPE, testified more lives will be lost if the US government doesn't listen to scientists.

Target employee breaks arm in fight with shoppers who wouldn't wear masks, police say

Two men were arrested for felony battery after starting a fight with employees at a Los Angeles Target store over wearing masks inside the store.

Wisconsin bars reopen after court throws out stay-at-home order -- some with new rules

Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway speaks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about video showing some crowded Wisconsin bars after the state's Supreme Court overturned the coronavirus stay-at-home order.

5 things to know for May 15: China, pandemic, childhood illness, Sen. Burr, stimulus

Republican Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina is stepping aside as chairman of the influential Senate Intelligence Committee while he's under investigation for stock trades he made ahead of the market downturn sparked by the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for May 15: China, pandemic, childhood illness, Sen. Burr, stimulus

CNN reporter Samantha Tse talks with hair stylist Garren, who has transformed everyone from Farrah Fawcett to Kendall Jenner, about how to achieve one of the riskiest home beauty techniques: cutting your own bangs.

Unsigned note left at the Ahmaud Arbery memorial: 'I am so sorry. I should have stopped them'

An unsigned note reportedly left at the memorial marking the place where Ahmaud Arbery was killed, a photo of which was obtained by CNN affiliate WJXT, is raising questions about who left it there and why.

Immunocompromised man in North Carolina has a message for protesters wanting to reopen his state. He got a plane to deliver it

An immunocompromised man in North Carolina hired an airplane to share a message with protesters who were demanding the state lift its stay-at-home orders.

Wisconsin bars reopen after court throws out stay-at-home order -- some with new rules

The Wisconsin Supreme Court has overturned the state's stay-at-home order, ruling it "unlawful" and "unenforceable." Democratic Gov. Tony Evers tells CNN's Don Lemon that this will put Wisconsin "into chaos."

5 things to know for May 14: Stay-home orders, vaccines, Dr. Bright, Flynn, groceries

Infecting volunteers with Covid-19 could cut a vaccine study by months. CNN's Drew Griffin reports

'Mini Rover' can wiggle and crawl its way across tricky terrain on other planets

The "Mini Rover," a scaled down, 3D-printed model of a NASA rover concept was developed by researchers at Georgia Tech.

South Dakota Sioux tribe refuses to take down checkpoints that governor says are illegal

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in South Dakota is refusing to end coronavirus checkpoints declared illegal by the state's governor, saying they are the best tool they have to stop the virus from spreading. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

A hiker trapped in a whirlpool was rescued by an off-duty officer using a cord from his backpack

An off-duty California Highway Patrol Officer helped save a 24-year-old hiker who fell into a whirlpool at a popular California trail.

Some of California's main universities not likely to return to campus this fall

The California State University system plans to move forward with virtual classes through the fall semester. President of Cal Poly Pomona Soraya Coley says virtual learning will not impact the quality of education, as students continue to pay full tuition.

How coronavirus spread from one member to 87% of the singers at a Washington choir practice

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Biology Professor Erin Bromage tells CNN's John Berman which environments have an increased risk of spreading coronavirus.

5 things to know for May 13: Coronavirus, SCOTUS, stimulus, Afghanistan, election

There is an enhanced (level 3 out of 5) for the Southern Plains today as a new weather setup will take shape that will include heavy rain for parts of the Plains that could potentially be a flood threat. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

YouTuber Corey La Barrie killed in car crash on his 25th birthday

YouTuber Corey La Barrie died on his 25th birthday after being involved in a car crash with a drunk driver, his family said on social media.

NASA astronaut beams a message of hope to Earth in the pandemic

NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy sent home a message of unity from his perch aboard the International Space Station on Tuesday, telling the world that there's hope if we just stick together.

5 things to know for May 13: Coronavirus, SCOTUS, stimulus, Afghanistan, election

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discusses the new Covid-19 stimulus bill announced by House Democrats with a price tag expected to be more than $3 trillion -- an amount that would stand as the largest relief package in history.

Astronauts experimented with Nickelodeon's slime in space

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

He suspected the buzzing in his ceiling were bees. He just didn't expect to find 100,000 of them

A Georgia man discovered an infestation of approximately 100,000 bees living in the ceiling of his recently purchased home.

Homeowner says no crime was committed at under-construction home Ahmaud Arbery may have visited before shooting

CNN's Don Lemon speaks with Ahmaud Arbery's best friend and former teammate, Akeem Baker, about his friendship with the 25-year-old before he was fatally shot while jogging in Georgia.

As autopsy report shows Ahmaud Arbery was shot twice in the chest, GBI investigates recused DAs

An autopsy report shows Ahmaud Arbery was shot three times, including twice in the chest, according to multiple media reports. The autopsy, which was released by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, sheds new light on the fatal shooting of a black man out jogging that has ignited outrage across the United States. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

This is what happens to the pets left behind when their owners die from coronavirus

Shelters saw an increase in pet adoptions after stay-at-home orders were put into effect, but now shelters brace for more homeless pets as owners die from the virus. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, health, economy, SCOTUS, Mexico

The seasonal temperature flip-flop continues for the eastern US as temperatures from the South to the Mid-Atlantic will warm to feel more like summer with high's 10°-15° above average. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

Inmates at one California jail tried to infect themselves with coronavirus, Los Angeles Sheriff says

Inmates at a California correctional facility drank from the same cup with the purpose of infecting one another, resulting in 21 cases of coronavirus, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

About 15 people, some armed, confronted the wrong black teen. Now an officer is fired

An off-duty sheriff's deputy has been fired and charged after allegedly harassing a black teenager at his home.

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, health, economy, SCOTUS, Mexico

The government's Paycheck Protection Program was designed as a lifeline for small businesses, but some owners are frustrated by some of the rules the program entails. CNN's Phil Mattingly reports.

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, health, economy, SCOTUS, Mexico

Author of "Dark Towers" David Enrich explains just what's at stake in an upcoming Supreme Court case involving Deutsche Bank and Trump's personal finances.

Ahmaud Arbery was shot twice in the chest, autopsy report shows

William "Roddie" Bryan, the man behind the video of the Ahmaud Arbery shooting, tells CNN's Chris Cuomo he hopes the tape "brings justice ... and peace to the family." Kevin Gough, Bryan's attorney, says his client has been threatened and had no relationship whatsoever with Greg and Travis McMichaels, the men facing murder and aggravated assault charges in the case.

Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes, Ben Stiller says

Actor and comedian Jerry Stiller has died of natural causes according to a tweet from his son, actor Ben Stiller. He was 92.

One day after reopening, an ice cream shop was forced to temporarily close because customers didn't follow social distancing rules

An ice cream shop in Massachusetts had to close its doors just one day after reopening because customers refused to follow social distancing rules and harassed employees. CNN affiliate WFXT reports.

5 things to know for May 12: Coronavirus, health, economy, SCOTUS, Mexico

President Trump told CBS reporter Weijia Jiang to "ask China" in response to her question at a White House press conference and refused to answer questions from CNN's Kaitlan Collins.

He suspected the buzzing in his ceiling were bees. He just didn't expect to find 100,000 of them

The homeowner documented the fascinating process on social media

Dr. Fauci as a romance novel hero? It's happened

Author Sally Quinn tells CNN's Alisyn Camerota that Dr. Anthony Fauci inspired the lead character in her 1991 romance novel "Happy Endings."

'Double Rainbow Guy' Paul Vasquez has died

The "Double Rainbow Guy," a.k.a. Paul "Bear" Vasquez, became famous with his viral YouTube video. Five years after his video posted, he still lived in the same spot near Yosemite National Park.

5 things to know for May 11: Reopening, White House, S. Dakota, election, Arbery case

Mother's Day 2020 weekend brought record cold for the East and heat for the West. The heat out west is beginning to wane; but looks to stick around a little longer in the

What we know about Ahmaud Arbery's killing

Surveillance video from a construction site appears to show Ahmaud Arbery shortly before he was shot and killed while running in a south Georgia neighborhood in February. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

A mama bear was caught on camera rescuing her cubs in South Lake Tahoe

A mother bear deserves some praise for rescuing her three cubs after they were separated in South Lake Tahoe, California.

South Dakota's governor threatened to take two tribes to court over coronavirus checkpoints. Here's what to know

Despite South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem requesting the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe take down its coronavirus checkpoints, tribe Chairman Harold Frazier told CNN they're staying put. Sara Sidner has more.

A cluster of coronavirus cases in California was traced to a coughing patient at a birthday party

A birthday party in March was behind a cluster of coronavirus cases in Pasadena, California, according to health officials. CNN's Paul Vercammen has more.

A tale of two Bristols: How two states' reopening plans have one town caught in the middle

As states begin the process of reopening, the town of Bristol, which straddles the Tennessee-Virginia border, must navigate two sets of rules, causing frustration for some business owners. CNN's Natasha Chen reports.

What we know about Ahmaud Arbery's killing

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms tells Jake Tapper that she believes the public release of a video showing Ahmaud Arbery shot and killed in Georgia is the only reason why two white men have been charged with his murder.

5 things to know for May 11: Reopening, White House, S. Dakota, election, Arbery case

Vice President Mike Pence does not plan to self-quarantine after his press secretary tested positive for coronavirus, according to the Vice President's office.

Video appears to show Ahmaud Arbery at construction site before shooting, family lawyer says

CNN legal analyst Laura Coates joins Chris Cuomo to examine the potential defense arguments in the fatal shooting death of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery.

Latino communities in the US devastated by Covid-19

CNN's Omar Jimenez looks into how the coronavirus pandemic is disproportionately affecting Latino communities across the nation.

Roy Horn of Siegfried and Roy duo dies of coronavirus

Roy Horn of the Las Vegas based animal and magic act duo "Siegfried and Roy" has died from complications of coronavirus according to his publicist. He was 75.

Sioux tribe rejects South Dakota governor request to remove Covid-19 checkpoints

States are banding together to increase their buying power and help prevent fraud, after paying millions of dollars for supplies that never arrived. CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

A suspect in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery was involved in a previous investigation of him, recused prosecutor says

Marcus Arbery Sr. recalls the memory of his son on the day of his 26th birthday. Arbery Sr. called his son's death a "modern-day lynching" following the arrest of two men charged with Ahmaud Arbery's murder.

'Jurassic Park' raptors may not have hunted in packs like they did in the movies

Despite how they appear in the movie "Jurassic Park," it turns out velociraptors probably did not hunt in packs and most likely had feathers.

Video shows a man screaming 'fake pandemic' at a Florida officer over wearing a mask in a grocery store

Footage of a man in Florida shows him screaming at an officer outside a Miami Beach grocery store after he resisted wearing a mask.

Men accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery thought he was a burglary suspect. But no burglaries were reported in the month before the shooting

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with Jasmine Arbery, the sister of Ahmaud Arbery, after two men involved in his fatal shooting near Brunswick, Georgia, have been arrested and face murder and aggravated assault charges, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

5 things to know for May 7: Economy, blood thinners, Iran, Title IX, Venezuela

The sound of a toilet flush was heard during the Supreme Court's live broadcast of oral arguments around a law meant to prohibit robocalls.

5 things to know for May 8: Coronavirus, economy, race, Michael Flynn, Ahmaud Arbery

CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak to Dr. Deborah Birx about the CDC revising their guidelines for reopening states amid the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for May 8: Coronavirus, economy, race, Michael Flynn, Ahmaud Arbery

Guns N' Roses frontman Axl Rose and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin got into an argument on Twitter after Mnuchin said "this is a great time for people to explore America" when asked about international travel during an interview. CNN reached out to Mnuchin's office for comment on the tweets, but has not received a response.

Customer shot a McDonald's employee after being told to leave due to coronavirus restrictions, police say

Two McDonald's employees in Oklahoma City were shot by customers after being told the dining area was closed due to coronavirus restrictions. Another employee was injured and the victims are expected to survive.

Wildfires in Florida's Panhandle have forced hundreds to flee

A fast-moving wildfire in Northwest Florida chars more than 2,000 acres of land and forces residents to evacuate.

It's what I can't see in the Ahmaud Arbery shooting video that also terrifies me

Though a prosecutor says he'll let a grand jury decide whether the man who killed Ahmaud Arbery will face charges, many in this south Georgia community can't understand why no one's been arrested. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

The most alarming coronavirus numbers in some states are in prisons and nursing homes

Tanisha Brunson-Malone, a morgue attendant at a hospital in New Jersey, is honoring the dead in her care by placing a yellow daffodil on each body bag. CNN's Don Lemon speaks with her about the gesture.

5 things to know for May 7: Economy, blood thinners, Iran, Title IX, Venezuela

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) told top airline industry executives that they would need to reestablish trust with the public after "screwing" taxpayers by receiving a federal "bailout" only to then mislead consumers into taking vouchers or denying them refunds.

The 5-year-old who started driving to California to buy a Lamborghini finally got to ride in one. (But now he's grounded)

A Utah state trooper was surprised to find a 5-year-old at the wheel of an SUV that he pulled over on Interstate 15.

What's the penalty for reopening your business early? For a Dallas salon owner, it's seven days in jail

Dallas salon owner Shelley Luther was sentenced to 7 days in jail after refusing to close her salon despite statewide stay-at-home orders.

5 things to know for May 7: Economy, blood thinners, Iran, Title IX, Venezuela

As some states reopen parts of their economies, experts weigh in on whether consumer behavior will drive or stall our economic recovery.

A Dollar Tree worker told a man he needed a mask, so he wiped his face on her shirt, police say

A 68-year-old Michigan man has been arrested on assault charges after police say he entered a Dollar Tree and wiped his face on an employee's shirt.

Minor League Baseball pitcher Blake Bivens says he found out his family was killed over Facebook

Tampa Bay Rays pitching prospect Blake Bivens opened up about the day his wife, son and mother-in-law were killed in 2019.

New York City firefighter's union president says Mayor de Blasio is threatening jobs and using first responders as pawns

CNN's Chris Cuomo presses his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D), if Democratic leaders should bear some of the blame for a shortfall in funding for testing and local agencies.

5 things to know for May 7: Economy, blood thinners, Iran, Title IX, Venezuela

Former CDC chief Tom Frieden, testified on Capitol Hill that he believes the number of coronavirus deaths in the US will exceed 100,000.

For the first time in its history, New York City deliberately shut down its entire subway system this morning

The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has shut down New York City subways for the first time in 115 years, employing workers to disinfect more than 500 stations as the state battles the coronavirus pandemic.

A security guard was shot after telling a customer to wear a face mask, officials say. His widow calls the killing 'senseless and stupid'

Security guard Calvin Munerlyn was fatally shot after enforcing the Michigan state policy of wearing face masks while he was working at a Family Dollar. His wife, Latryna, says he was a "devoted, kind-hearted" father of eight.

Man uses $900 from savings to buy gas for more than 50 Detroit nurses

Michigan resident Allen Marshall used $900 he'd been saving to buy gas for Detroit nurses during the coronavirus pandemic. Michigan is one of the hardest-hit states in the pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University.

A man wore what appeared to be a KKK white hood on a trip to the grocery store

A customer at a Vons supermarket in southern California wore what appeared to be a Ku Klux Klan hood during his shopping trip and ignored requests from staff to remove it, according to the supermarket.

5 things to know for May 6: US task force, UK, whistleblower, election, 1918 flu

It's not going to feel much like May from areas south of the Great Lakes down into the Piedmont of the Carolinas. Temperatures will be 10°-15° cooler in many areas which is quite a contrast to what is happening out West. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for May 6: US task force, UK, whistleblower, election, 1918 flu

President Donald Trump explains why he is winding down the coronavirus task force near the end of May.

Video posted online as DA says case of Georgia man who was chased and killed will go to grand jury

Ahmaud Arbery was fatally shot while running in a neighborhood after a former police officer and his son chased the 25-year-old man down, telling officers later that they thought he looked like the suspect in a series of recent break-ins in the area, authorities said.

Park ranger was telling a crowd to social distance. Mid-speech, someone pushed him into a lake

A man in Austin, Texas, has been arrested and charged after shoving a park ranger into a lake while the ranger was trying to get a group of people to practice social distancing.

Don Shula, longtime Miami Dolphins coach and two-time Super Bowl winner, dies at 90

Former Miami Dolphins head coach Don Shula, who won more games than any coach in the history of the NFL, has died at 90.

Three family members charged in shooting death of security guard who told a customer to put on a face mask

The mayor of Stillwater, Oklahoma, has stopped requiring citizens to wear face masks in public after some businesses reported threats of violence while trying to enforce the rule. City manager Norman McNickle explains what happened.

5 things to know for May 4: Coronavirus, vaccines, economy, weapons ban, elections

Areas in the Central US that scorched with record high temperatures over the weekend will get some relief but not without the risk of severe weather through Tuesday morning. CNN Weather has been watching and Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

Experts caution 'covid slide' looming for children out of school

Education experts fear that children who are out of school due to Covid-19 will experience backslide in their schooling and could potentially fall behind. CNN's Laura Jarrett reports.

New Orleans could be facing a $170 million shortfall because of coronavirus

Infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci told CNN's Chris Cuomo that calls for his dismissal are "part of the game" as he continues to urge Americans to practice social distancing.

A Georgia man was chased and killed while jogging, his mother says

Wanda Cooper, the mother of Ahmaud Arbery, who was shot while on a jog, speaks out on the death of her son. CNN's Don Lemon has more.

5 things to know for May 4: Coronavirus, vaccines, economy, weapons ban, elections

In an interview with Jake Tapper, potential Biden VP pick Gretchen Whitmer weighs in on his denial of sexual assault allegations this week.

NBC will be hosting a virtual Kentucky Derby featuring Triple Crown winners

A virtual horse race featuring the past 13 Triple Crown winners was held to raise money for Covid-19 relief after the 146th Kentucky Derby was postponed due to the pandemic.

Murder hornets??!! Twitter is freaking out

Asian giant hornets have been spotted in the United States for the first time, and at more than two inches long, they're the world's largest hornets with a sting that can kill humans if bitten multiple times, according to experts at the Washington State University. Researches have nicknamed them "murder hornets."

5 things to know for May 4: Coronavirus, vaccines, economy, weapons ban, elections

Former Republican Governor of Pennsylvania Tom Ridge, who also served as the Homeland Security secretary under President George W. Bush, says armed protesters demonstrating against coronavirus lockdown orders are self-absorbed and not heroes.

5 things to know for May 4: Coronavirus, vaccines, economy, weapons ban, elections

During a Fox News town hall, President Donald Trump said that the US coronavirus death toll could reach 80,000 to 90,000, which is a large upward shift from his previous estimate.

Crowds flock to National Mall for Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flyover

According many social media posts showing large crowds, Americans flocked to the National Mall in Washington to watch the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flyover honoring essential workers. CNN's Sarah Westwood has more.

A real estate CEO made $1.6 million in the stock market in 8 days. He gave the money to his employees

Larry Connor, CEO of the Connor Group, made a lot of money on the stock market in just 8 days. He's giving it all away to about 400 employees.

Man who lost mom to Covid-19 thanks nurse who arranged for them to video chat one last time

Nurse Christina Pascarelli hears a heartfelt thank you message from a man who lost his mother to coronavirus. Pascarelli arranged an online meeting with the woman's son during her final moments since he was unable to be there in person.

Coronavirus is making some people rethink where they want to live

The coronavirus pandemic has some people considering leaving crowded urban centers for spread out suburbs. CNN's Athena Jones reports.

'So many more deaths than we could have ever imagined.' This is how America's largest city deals with its dead

Trucks containing as many as 60 bodies have been discovered outside a New York funeral home, a law enforcement official told CNN.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

Is going outside for a walk, run or jog still safe during the coronavirus pandemic? CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has some tips to make sure you're taking proper precautions during your outdoor workout.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

An exiting storm brings wind and heavy rain to the Northeast, while record heat builds across the southern US through the weekend. Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

Fashion model Gigi Hadid confirmed she is pregnant during an interview with Jimmy Fallon on "The Tonight Show."

In quest for vaccine, US makes 'big bet' on company with unproven technology

Unproven vaccine company, "Moderna," takes the lead in the quest to create a novel coronavirus vaccine. Moderna CEO says the company will have a vaccine go into testing in a few months.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

The Trump administration is formulating a long-term plan to punish China on multiple fronts for the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban thinks a federal jobs guarantee program is necessary to fix the economy. He also says small businesses need clarification from the Treasury on the PPP loan program.

5 things to know for May 1: Coronavirus, reopening, Senate, economy, Hezbollah

CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak to Dr. Anthony Fauci about his concerns over states starting to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The NASA chopper set to be first aircraft to fly on Mars now has a name -- thanks to a 17-year-old girl

The teenagers suggestion was taken from NASA's "Name the Rover" essay contest

5 things to know for April 30: Coronavirus, remdesivir, economy, White House, Iran

The Mid-Atlantic up into southern portions of New York State are under flood advisories due to heavy rain that continues for the region today. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details on how much more is expected.

Inmates volunteer to make masks for first responders

Inmates in Santa Barbara County Jail share what it's like to be in jail during a pandemic. Some are using their time to make PPE for first responders.

'Anybody who says they're not scared during this is lying to you.' A day in the life of paramedics in a pandemic

A paramedic in Paterson, NJ balances his day-to-day cases with the onslaught of emergency calls from potential Covid-19 cases.

Florida will start to reopen May 4, but for now Miami-Dade and two other counties won't be included

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced measures to reopen certain businesses throughout much of the state, not including Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties.

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