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On GPS: A new path for Israeli-Palestinian peace
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Rock band Great White plays concert with no face masks, social distancing required in North Dakota
Rock Band Great White has once again found themselves at the center of controversy after playing a concert with no restrictions enforcing social distancing or the wearing of face masks amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Premier League star Zaha racially abused on social media
Wilfried Zaha revealed Sunday he has again been the target of racial abuse, this time ahead of his side's game in the English Premier League.
California coronavirus-related deaths top 7,000 as infection spread worsens
California coronavirus deaths top 7,000 as infection spread worsens
My parents gave up their American Dream and moved back to India. 25 years later, I asked them why
Whenever I write about President Donald Trump's efforts to crack down on work visas, more than a dozen times since I started working at CNN in 2016, I call my parents afterward and thank them for the kind of life they have given me — one full of the opportunities many immigrants now fear losing at the stroke of a pen.
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Brooklyn drag-racing wreck kills two teens, 11-year-old boy
An 11-year-old boy was one of three young people killed late Saturday when they wrecked while drag racing in Brooklyn, according to a report.
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Admiral Brett Giroir, a member of the White House coronavirus task force, said in an interview Sunday that there is "no downside to wearing a mask," responding to a previous claim by President Donald Trump that wearing a mask is a "double-edged-sword."
Pelosi: Stone clemency a 'threat' to national security
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN's Dana Bash she will seek to limit presidential pardon powers following President Trump's commutation of Roger Stone's prison sentence.
On GPS: America's "exceptionally poor" Covid-19 response
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Soda flavors disappear from store shelves due to aluminum can shortage: report
Don’t get used to cracking open a cold can of soda.
Phoenix mayor says city still has "a real challenge with testing"
Arizona is one of more than three dozen states experiencing a surge in coronavirus infections.
What August Alsina said after Jada Pinkett Smith and Will Smith's 'Red Table Talk'
People are fascinated by August Alsina's "entanglement" with Jada Pinkett Smith, but the singer seems less than thrilled with all the attention.
Last Look: Could Covid end populism?
Fareed takes a look at populist leaders and their track record of downplaying the threat posed by the novel Coronavirus.
White House fires back at Mueller after op-ed, says Russia probe ‘wasted taxpayer dollars trying to undo an election’
The White House issued a response Sunday after former special counsel Robert Mueller published an op-ed in the Washington Post in which he defended the prosecution and conviction of political operative Roger Stone.
2 ships collide head-on while traveling through canal in Canada, video shows
Two ships passing through a Canadian waterway collided head-on Saturday, alarming onlookers who recorded the incident on video.
Democrats are getting ready to govern responsibly on climate change
At least one party isn’t ignoring global warming.
S.C. police chief on bridging diversity gap: We must go into the community for potential recruits
A South Carolina police chief detailed what his police department has been doing to boost diversity.
Brian Stelter: We are in a truth emergency
CNN's Brian Stelter breaks down President Donald Trump's recent false and confusing claims.
On GPS: Can Hong Kong survive Beijing's crackdown?
Exiled Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Nathan Law joins Fareed to discuss the future of the city after Beijing imposed a draconian security law.
Che Guevara's birth home is up for sale in Argentina
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Miami-Dade GOP Mayor: My county couldn't host convention
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Lindsey Graham says he will ask Mueller to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the powerful Senate Judiciary Committee, said Sunday that he will grant a request by Democrats to have former special counsel Robert Mueller testify about his investigation before the committee.
9-Year-Old Recovering After Shot 4 Times in Atlanta Drive-By
The boy and two adults who were also injured during the gunfire are expected to survive
Miami-Dade GOP Mayor: We follow CDC recommendations
Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez joins CNN's Dana Bash to discuss how his county is handling the coronavirus pandemic as cases rise in Florida.
LeBron James explains why he won’t wear social justice message on jersey when NBA restarts
James also says he never considered sitting out the NBA restart.
FOX News Media condemns ‘racist, sexist and homophobic’ behavior after staffer resigns over offensive posts
FOX News Media immediately accepted the resignation of a staffer on Friday upon learning he made “deeply offensive racist, sexist and homophobic” comments online under a fictitious name.
Fareed: Lets talk about 1 thing America got right
As countries around the world see a substantially lower number of daily coronavirus cases than the US, CNN's Fareed Zakaria examines what the US did right and what they did wrong in the government's response to the pandemic.
Stream It Or Skip It: ‘P-Valley’ On Starz, A Drama About The Lives Of Strippers In The “Dirty Delta”
A group of strippers protect and help each other as a family would in this new drama from Katori Hall, based on her play.
Reputed mob boss gunned down in Canada: police
A reputed Canadian mob boss was gunned down in broad daylight in the parking lot of a commercial plaza in a suburb of Toronto Friday afternoon, according to local authorities.
Dismissing ‘Flexible’ CDC Guidelines, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos Doubles Down on Pushing Schools to Reopen
The CDC guidelines are "meant to be flexible and meant to be applied as appropriate for the situation," DeVos said
Gracie family member calls new NYPD arrest rules an ‘absolute disaster’
A leader of the Gracie martial arts family has called restrictive new arrest rules for NYPD cops an “absolute disaster” — and warned they could lead to more deaths. Rener Gracie, the grandson of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu founder Hélio Gracie, posted a series of videos raising real fears against the City Council’s anti-chokehold bill that also...
Delaware pizza store owner foils robbery by throwing pie at suspect, cops say
This wanton crook got served up something else when trying to hold up a pizza shop in Delaware on Friday.
Full interview with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos
CNN's Dana Bash presses Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on how schools can reopen safely as coronavirus cases continue to increase across the country.
Transcript: Terry Shaw on "Face the Nation"
The following is a transcript of an interview with AdventHealth CEO Terry Shaw that aired Sunday, July 12, 2020, on "Face the Nation."
Pelosi defends her initial COVID-19 response
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN's Dana Bash that she has no regrets about how Congress responded to the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Phoenix mayor says city still has "a real challenge with testing" as cases spike
Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego says the city is "setting records of the type you don't want to set."
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter have tested positive for coronavirus
Iconic Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter, Aaradhya, tested positive for coronavirus following news that Aishwarya's husband and father-in-law were hospitalized with the virus.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and daughter have tested positive for coronavirus
Iconic Bollywood actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter, Aaradhya, tested positive for coronavirus following news that Aishwarya's husband and father-in-law were hospitalized with the virus.
DeVos insists 'kids need to go back to school'
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tells CNN's Dana Bash that children across the country need to be "learning full-time" this fall.
‘Glee’ star Heather Morris offers to help with Naya Rivera recovery mission
"Glee" actress Heather Morris pleaded with authorities to join the search for former co-star Naya Rivera on Sunday -- saying she feels "helpless" amid her disappearance.
DeVos won't say if schools should follow CDC guidelines
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tells CNN's Dana Bash that CDC guidelines are "meant to be flexible."
Pelosi accuses DeVos of 'dereliction of duty'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi blasts the Education Department's push to reopen schools and tells CNN's Dana Bash that the administration is "messing with the health of our children."
Bash to DeVos: I'm not hearing a plan. Do you have one?
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos tells CNN's Dana Bash that it's up to local districts to determine how to return to school safely this fall.
Sally Pipes: Expand Medicaid? Democrats' plan would increase waste, fraud and debt
Last month, the House passed a bill that would supposedly "stabilize" ObamaCare by lavishing billions of dollars on Medicaid
Charles Barkley: Sports’ social-justice statements becoming a ‘circus’
Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley asserted that sports leagues and players have turned racial injustice issues into a “circus,” placing more importance on who’s kneeling or what message is written on a player’s jersey rather than making real change. “What’s happening now is we’re turning into a circus,” Barkley said Friday in a guest...
Lessons from Walt Disney World's reopening: Smaller crowds make up for COVID-19 protocols
As Disney World opened Saturday after its four-month coronavirus closure, fans found a smaller, much more sanitized and COVID-19-conscious world.
'Violent' Minnesota tornado packed 170 mph winds, NWS says
A tornado that ripped across farmland in western Minnesota on Wednesday that killed one person and injured three others was one of the strongest to happen this year, according to forecasters.