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Frontline California health care worker dies of Covid
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
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Arizona mail-in voting bill stalls in Senate amid heated debate between GOP lawmakers
A bill aimed at changing the mail-in voting process in Arizona, including stopping some voters from automatically receiving ballots, has stalled following an intense back-and-forth between the bill's sponsor and another GOP lawmaker on Thursday.
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How technology at NASA helps guide Biden on climate
President Joe Biden kicked off a climate summit attended by dozens of world leaders by announcing an ambitious cut in greenhouse gas emissions as he looks to put the US back at the center of the global effort to address the climate crisis and curb carbon emissions. CNN's Bill Weir reports.
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US hits 200 million vaccine doses
The US has administered 200 million doses in arms as health officials now warn vaccine supply will likely outstrip demand in the next few weeks. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta has the latest on the vaccine rollout.
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Democratic push to make it easier to prosecute officers emerges as sticking point in policing bill talks
A sweeping bill to overhaul policing practices in the United States still faces an uncertain future -- in large part because the two sides remain at sharp odds over whether to make it easier to criminally prosecute officers.
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Recent police shootings reignite public debate over use of force
CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.
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CNN Heroes: Glenn Close's mental health mission
Inspired by her sister's battle with bipolar disorder and her nephew's schizophrenia diagnosis, Oscar nominee Glenn Close is fighting to end the stigma surrounding mental illness.
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India struggles with oxygen shortage as Covid crisis deepens
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This year's Oscars already have made history
Welcome to the Oscars edition of Pop Life Chronicles. Even before the envelopes are opened, the 93rd Academy Awards already have made their mark with some historic firsts.
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Witnesses describe chaotic scene in deputy-involved shooting of Andrew Brown Jr.
Neighbors on Thursday described a chaotic scene of North Carolina deputies trying to serve a warrant, a car pulling away and shots fired -- leaving one man dead.
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Republicans cast doubt on Pelosi concessions on January 6 commission
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is making concessions in a bid to revive her effort for a 9/11-style commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the Capitol, but the two parties still don't appear to be resuming serious negotiations amid a dispute over the scope of what the commission would investigate.
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Chauvin juror speaks out
An alternate juror from the Derek Chauvin trial speaks to CNN about the experience.
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Long Island authorities are looking for a man who threw acid in a college student's face
A New York woman who was attacked in her driveway is hoping for answers, as police try to hunt down the man who threw a cup of acid in her face.
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Why Derek Chauvin got convicted
Derek Chauvin's guilty verdict does not bring George Floyd back to life. And recent police killings make clear that the US has a problem that will not be solved by holding just one police officer accountable for murder, writes Miriam E. Rocah.
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Stocks fall on capital gains tax hike reports
US stocks fell on reports that President Biden will raise the capital gains tax to pay for the pandemic recovery. CNN's Paul R. La Monica reports.
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April 23, 2021
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NYC sues Big Oil for allegedly misleading consumers about climate change
The City of New York has filed a lawsuit in state court against Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, and the American Petroleum Institute for allegedly misleading New York consumers about the role their products play in climate change and for allegedly "greenwashing" their practices to make them seem more eco-friendly than they are.
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PD: 'Aggressive' turkeys terrorizing neighborhood
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See Don Lemon's reaction to new deadly shooting video
CNN's Don Lemon discusses the deadly shooting of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant by a police officer after body camera footage showed her armed with a knife in an altercation.
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'The Blind Cook' conquered 'MasterChef' and won over Gordon Ramsay. Now she's serving up her first restaurant
After cooking her way around the world, chef Christine Ha is opening her own place.
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GOP Sen. Tim Scott to deliver GOP response for Biden address to Congress
Republican Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina will deliver the GOP response following President Joe Biden's address to a joint session of Congress on April 28.
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Ma'Khia Bryant's mom: I can't eat because I miss my baby
Paula Bryant, mother of Ma'Khia Bryant, speaks to CNN's Jason Carroll about the loss of her daughter who was fatally shot by police officers in Columbus, Ohio.
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Rep. Norton: 54% of American people support DC statehood
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC) speaks during a news conference about statehood for the District of Columbia.
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Do we still need to wear a mask outdoors?
"I'm vaccinated and I'm outside -- do I really still need to wear a mask?"
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Do we still need to wear a mask outdoors?
Do people need to wear masks outside to protect against coronavirus? The risk of outdoor transmission is very low, experts say.
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Should we still wear masks outside? See Gupta's answer
Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses whether we should still be wearing masks outside even after getting vaccinated and answers viewers' other Covid-19 questions.
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From protester to climate policy maker
Christiane speaks to 18-year old Jerome Foster about his incredible journey from protesting the climate crisis outside the White House to helping create policy from inside
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New York City office space hits lowest level in three decades
Vacant office space in New York City is the highest in nearly three decades and will likely hit "unprecedented levels" in the coming months.
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Dow sinks more than 300 points on worries about higher taxes
US stocks are tumbling Thursday over investors' worries about higher taxes.
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5 ways to lower your monthly mortgage payment
If you want to pay less each month for a home you're looking to buy — or even one you already own — consider these tips and tricks that you can use to lower your monthly mortgage payment.
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