'Good luck, you're on your own,' Anderson Cooper on the US virus strategy

CNN's Anderson Cooper reacts to the White House's strategy to combat the coronavirus pandemic, chastising President Donald Trump for not leading by example and wearing a mask.
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New York City’s childcare centers could reopen early next week
Childcare centers across New York City could reopen as early as Monday. The city’s Board of Health is set to vote on the measure later Tuesday that would reopen more than 3,000 centers. “The Board of Health is looking at the data, looking at the facts, how to do this properly, how to do this...
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US looking at banning Chinese social media app TikTok as security threat: Pompeo
TikTok says it has never provided user date to the Chinese government.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19, Bolsonaro himself announced, speaking on Brazilian TV channels Tuesday.
Collins backs National Guard deploying in Georgia: Why does it take an 8-year-old's death to restore order?
Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., told “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday he’s “glad” Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp activated the National Guard, adding that he applauds his actions.
Bus driver beaten by passengers refusing to wear face masks left brain dead
A French bus driver was savagely beaten by a group of passengers who refused to wear face masks — an attack that left him brain dead, according to reports. Philippe Monguillot, 58, confronted the passengers who were not complying with a rule that requires face mask on public transportation when they boarded without tickets around...
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro tests positive for coronavirus
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for Covid-19, Bolsonaro himself announced, speaking on Brazilian TV channels Tuesday.
UN slams US drone killing of Qassem Soleimani as ‘unlawful’
The US drone strike that killed Qassem Soleimani, Iran’s top general, and nine other people was a violation of international law, according to the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killing. Washington failed to provide enough evidence of an ongoing or imminent attack against its interests to justify the strike on Soleimani’s convoy as it left...
Newly appointed French minister faces rape allegations
France's newly appointed interior minister Gerald Darmanin could face a fresh investigation into an alleged rape following a court ruling, sources close to the case told CNN on Tuesday.
Newly appointed French minister faces rape allegations
France's newly appointed interior minister Gerald Darmanin could face a fresh investigation into an alleged rape following a court ruling, sources close to the case told CNN on Tuesday.
Fauci warns US is ‘knee-deep’ in first wave of coronavirus as new cases hit record numbers in some states
The U.S. is still "knee-deep" in the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, as officials continue to announce record-breaking surges of new cases in some parts of the country.
Phoenix police release bodycam video from fatal officer shooting that sparked protests
The Phoenix Police Department has released body cam video from an officer-involved shooting that has sparked protests.
'Noah's Arc' returns for a 15-year reunion, offering good advice on coronavirus
The cast of 'Noah's Arc,' the trailblazing Logo series that centered on gay Black men in L.A., reunited Sunday with fresh takes on unprecedented times.
Active shooter situation at California Marine Corps base
Military Police responded to shots fired at 6:30 a.m. PT at the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base.
TikTok says it will exit Hong Kong market
TikTok says it will leave Hong Kong, joining other big tech firms in expressing concern about operating in the Asian financial hub after China imposed a controversial national security law there. TikTok is owned by Beijing-based startup ByteDance.
Peter Navarro blasts media for 'hysteria' over hydroxychloroquine after positive study results
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro bashed “hydroxy hysteria" during a gaggle with reporters on Tuesday, saying the media has been against hydroxychloroquine ever since President Trump spoke positively about it.
Lakers saved ‘very depressed’ JR Smith after NBA gave up on him
LOS ANGELES — JR Smith was not ready to wrap up his 15-year NBA career when he left the Cleveland Cavaliers in late 2018, and the ensuing 20 months were not much fun for the veteran shooter. “I went through a very depressed state for a long time,” Smith said Monday. “I’m a big video...
China’s national security law for Hong Kong aims to block global criticism
Beijing’s harsh new national security law imposed on Hong Kong to block dissent against the Chinese Communist Party also seeks to keep a lid on any criticism of China from anyone in the world, according to a report. The law, which took effect on July 1, criminalizes “secession, subversion, organization and perpetration of terrorist activities,...
Carnival delays launches of Mardi Gras, cancels some sailings from November through January
Carnival announced its newest ship will not sail until Feb. 6. Renovations on a second ship have also been pushed back, resulting in schedule changes.
Bryson DeChambeau favored to win all three golf majors amid jaw-dropping surge
Bryson DeChambeau has muscled his way into the PGA Tour spotlight, and his recent surge has him favored to win all three of golf’s scheduled majors in 2020. Westgate Superbook has the bulked-up 26-year-old as the new betting favorite for the PGA Championship, the Masters and the US Open, coming in at 10/1 in each...
Jorge Masvidal explains how his housemate helped him stay ready during quarantine
Jorge Masvidal is stepping in on short notice at UFC 251, but he says he's been staying ready the entire time.       Related StoriesGilbert Burns: If Jorge Masvidal beats Kamaru Usman at UFC 251, 'we're gonna get a circus'UFC 251 'Embedded,' No. 1: Kamaru Usman, Jorge Masvidal narrowly miss each otherVideo: UFC 251 'Countdown' for Jessica Andrade vs. Rose Namajunas 2
Professional athletes who have opted out of playing during 2020 seasons
The coronavirus pandemic and the death of George Floyd have caused many professional athletes to opt out of playing in their respective seasons.
East Wing braces for upcoming book by former Melania Trump aide
The East Wing is bracing for the upcoming book by Stephanie Winston Wolkoff, titled, "Melania and Me," a source familiar with the situation tells CNN.
De Blasio plans to reopen NYC child care centers as early as next week after coronavirus closings
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday that he plans to reopen 3,000 child care centers in the city as early as next week.
Jets' rookie Denzel Mims rips on Philly: 'Trash a-- city'
New York Jets rookie Denzel Mims might not ever see his football career take him to the City of Brotherly Love after this one.
Younger people hit hard as Orange County sets coronavirus record
For the first time, Orange County reported more than 1,000 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, with young adults accounting for most new infections.
Loud, damaging, and repeated storms deluged the D.C. area Monday night. How it happened.
Relentless waves of storms produced over 4 inches of flooding rain and winds over 60 mph.
Georgia’s Public Universities to Mandate Wearing Masks, Reversing Previous Stance
Masks won't be required in dorm rooms or outdoors, or when people are alone
UK pedophile who raped baby, shared sick video online gets 18 years in prison
A twisted recruitment consultant in the UK who raped a baby and shared depraved video with other pedophiles online has been sentenced to 18 years in prison, according to reports. Barry Hudson-Muscroft, 33, of Prestwich, was sentenced Monday after a judge characterized his actions as “plumbing the depths of depravity,” the Manchester Evening News reports....
Students may not get "the true college experience" this year
Amid rising coronavirus cases in some states, college and university reopening plans vary across the country.
Russian Space Agency Official Accused of Relaying Information to Spy Agency Charged With Treason
(MOSCOW) — An adviser to the director of Russia’s state space corporation has been detained on treason charges, the nation’s top security agency said Tuesday. Ivan Safronov, a former journalist who served as an adviser to Roscosmos head Dmitry Rogozin, was detained in Moscow by agents of the Federal Security Service (FSB), the main KGB…
Armed Canadian who allegedly broke into property where Trudeau lives charged with threatening prime minister
A heavily-armed Canadian military reservist who rammed his truck into a gate at the grounds where Justin Trudeau lives has been charged with threatening to cause death or bodily harm to the prime minister, prosecutors say.
Cassie Randolph speaks out on Colton Underwood breakup
The pair announced their breakup in May.
Hilary Swank Goes to Mars in Netflix’s ‘Away’ Teaser Trailer
The series comes from Friday Night Lights and Parenthood creator Jason Katims.
Dutch Police Arrest 6 Men After Uncovering Makeshift Soundproof ‘Torture Chamber’
Authorities said police conducted the raid before the torture chamber could be used and alerted potential victims
New York, Connecticut, New Jersey add 3 more states to mandatory quarantine restriction list
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Tuesday announced that individuals traveling to their states from Delaware, Kansas and Oklahoma will be required to quarantine for 14 days -- after the three states experienced a recent surge in coronavirus cases.
Eagles' DeSean Jackson Pushes Hitler Quotes, Farrakhan's Anti-Semitic Conspiracies
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson posted the anti-Jewish conspiracy theories of Adolf Hitler and Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, to his more than one million Instagram followers.
The pandemic may have changed the American college experience forever
The pandemic could mean financial disaster for colleges and universities and, ultimately, a shift in the quality of education provided to students, write Charles A. Goldman and Rita T. Karam of RAND Corporation.
White House hits back at Dem criticism over Trump visit with Mexican president: 'It’s really a shame'
A senior Trump administration official said that President Trump's upcoming visit from Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador will help build on the leaders' relationship — while pushing back against criticism from Democrats over the meeting.
Norman Lock’s ‘American Follies’ mines America’s flawed past for dazzling fiction
The latest installment in Lock’s American Novels series brings together P.T. Barnum and Susan B. Anthony.
‘The Guest’ Perfectly Weaponizes the Spellbinding Niceness of Dan Stevens
It's a film with a very clear understanding of the powers and appeal of its star.
The Supreme Court Just Pointed Out the Absurdity of the Electoral College. It’s Up to Us to End It
Here’s one nice thing we can now say about the Electoral College: it’s slightly less harmful to our democracy than it was just days ago. In a 9-0 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that states have the right to “bind” their electors, requiring them to support whichever presidential candidate wins the popular vote in their…
Did he or didn't he? The cast talks about making 'Defending Jacob'
Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery and Jaeden Martell like the ambiguity of the series that revolves around a teen's guilt or innocence in a murder.
Donald Trump's base-first strategy is working -- and dooming him
Gallup's new poll on President Donald Trump's political standing shows two things:
Spirit Airlines rescues family with private flight after girl, 4, had medical emergency
The carrier went above and beyond to go the extra mile.
Australia closes border between two most populous states
Australia has closed the border between the states of Victoria and New South Wales in a bid to control a coronavirus outbreak in Victoria. Strict lockdown measures will also be reimposed in Australia's second largest city and Victoria's capital, Melbourne.
Vanessa Bryant finds ‘Sex and the City’ finale dress Kobe gifted her
"Not going to lie, I was taken back with emotion," Bryant said of discovering the sweet present. "He was SO romantic."
Where is Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès of Netflix’s ‘Unsolved Mysteries’?
Reddit's armchair detectives are on the case.
Covid-19 could force international students out of US
International students in the United States could be made to leave the country if their universities decide to only offer online courses, Immigration and Customs Enforcement has announced. CNN's Jessica Schneider reports.