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Firefighters battle flames in South African national park
Firefighters are working to contain a blaze that broke out in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park after flames destroyed nearby buildings and prompted evacuations from the area.
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What medical professionals are doing to fight vaccine hesitancy
As more Covid-19 vaccine becomes available, demand is faltering. CNN's Pamela Brown traveled to South Carolina to find out what is making people hesitate to get the vaccine.
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Adm. McRaven reflects on mission to kill Osama bin Laden
Retired Navy Adm. William McRaven shares with CNN's Pamela Brown a moment that stood out to him, as the former head of US Special Operations Command, when he oversaw the successful raid that killed Osama bin Laden.
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CNN10 - 4/19/21
Researchers make an initial forecast for the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, and we explore the reasons why scientists continue to research the Red Planet.
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Typhoon Surigae looms near the eastern Philippines
Typhoon Surigae remains a powerful storm, lashing the eastern provinces of the Philippines. CNN Meteorologist Tom Sater has the latest details and track.
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Suspect still at large after deadly shooting in Austin, Texas
Police identified the suspect, still at large, behind a deadly shooting in Austin, Texas, as Stephen Nicholas Broderick, a former Travis County Sheriff's Office detective who was charged with the sexual assault of a child, Travis County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Kristen Dark told CNN. CNN has reached out to the Travis County prosecutor for more information and is working to obtain the affidavit in the June 2020 case.
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Kennedy questions motives of GOP attacks on transgender athletes
State legislators across the country have introduced dozens of bills that would bar transgender girls from competing in girls' sports, based on the notion their participation would hurt their cisgender teammates and competitors. CNN's Fredricka Whitfield speaks with former Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA) about a CNN Opinion piece he wrote about what he says is behind the legislation.
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Animated musical 'Arlo the Alligator Boy'
The voice cast and creator discuss the Netflix animated musical with Rick Damigella.
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Chuck Hagel criticizes Trump's statement on Afghanistan
Chuck Hagel, former Republican senator and defense secretary under former President Barack Obama, talks to CNN's Jim Acosta about former President Donald's Trump's scrutiny of President Joe Biden's timeline for withdrawing US troops from Afghanistan.
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Shots fired at Minnesota National Guard and police team
A Minnesota National Guard and Minneapolis police team was providing neighborhood security in Minneapolis when they were fired upon in a drive-by shooting, the state National Guard said in a news release. No team members were seriously injured, though two National Guard members suffered minor injuries: One was injured by shattered glass and taken to a local hospital, while the other suffered "only superficial injuries," the statement said.
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Video shows child getting caught under Peloton treadmill
The US Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning people who use the Peloton Tread+ treadmill, saying there have been "multiple reports of children becoming entrapped, pinned, and pulled under" the device.
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Former NAACP president: Police contracts are seemingly bulletproof
Former president and CEO of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, discusses new calls from officials and activists to target the benefits and pensions of police officers accused of brutality.
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Plane crash-lands in ocean at Cocoa Beach Air Show
An air show in Cocoa Beach, Florida, was interrupted when a World War II-era plane crash landed into the water, feet away from beachgoers.
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On GPS: H.R. McMaster on Afghanistan withdrawal
The Trump administration's second National Security Adviser tells Fareed why he thinks it's a mistake for the U.S. to leave Afghanistan.
How subscriptions and streaming are changing media
Brian Stelter says newsroom leaders are concentrating on three "s's" in their roles: streaming, subscriptions, and standards. CNN's Oliver Darcy raises a concern that "quality news is more and more being moved behind paywalls" while lower-quality and hyper-partisan sources remain free.
'Tidal wave of change' at American newsrooms
Claire Atkinson discusses the "amazing tidal wave of change" in leadership at newsrooms like ABC, CBS and Reuters: "Women and people of color are now suddenly in the driver seat, deciding what news we see at a time when the news has never been more important."
On GPS: Is Myanmar the new Syria?
CNN's Chief International Correspondent, Clarissa Ward tells Fareed what she saw when she traveled to violence-wracked Myanmar.
Amid Covid-19 confusion, remember that 'science requires patience'
"If something that you read or see seems too good or too bad to be true, it probably is," infectious disease specialist and NowThis contributor Laurel Bristow says. Bristow discusses the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause, suggesting that "the reason for the pause was really kind of lost in the drama and the scare."
Journalists assaulted and arrested during Minnesota unrest
The Minnesota governor is vowing to implement changes after members of the media were mistreated and wrongfully arrested in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota. Brian Stelter recaps the recent incidents and talks with two CNN correspondents, Miguel Marquez and Sara Sidner, about navigating tense situations during the unrest.
Sara Sidner on the importance of journalists covering protests
"We're out here to tell the story... we're just reflecting what is happening in society," Sara Sidner says. Miguel Marquez also reflects on what it's like to cover so many stories of death and grief.
How to cover gun violence as a public health emergency
Experts say coverage should be holistic, not episodic. Abene Clayton, the lead reporter for the Guns and Lies in America project for The Guardian, says that reporters should "spread their time and attention on gun violence equitably" and says media coverage tends to favor shooting stories with "surprise value." Kyle Pope also weighs in.
Newsrooms need to question official narratives
Oliver Darcy says many people "want to believe the official police narrative" in the wake of a shooting, but "skepticism" should be applied right away, given that video often "ends up undermining" police accounts. Abene Clayton says it "reduces someone's humanity" to simply pass along a police press release version of events.
Top Biden adviser defends actions on refugees
On CNN's State of the Union with Dana Bash, National security adviser Jake Sullivan responds to criticism from Democrats over the Biden administration's mixed messages on rolling back Trump-era limits on refugees.
Rep. Bass: 'I am hopeful' Congress can reach police reform compromise
Democratic Rep. Karen Bass of California tells CNN's Dana Bash that Democrats and Republicans are working together in good faith to try to reach a deal on police reform.
Rep. Bass: 'I'm very worried' about reaction to Chauvin verdict
Democratic Rep. Karen Bass of California tells CNN's Dana Bash that she's concerned what might happen in Minneapolis if former police officer Derek Chauvin isn't convicted of murdering George Floyd.
GPS Exclusive: Afghanistan's President Ghani
The President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani joins Fareed to share his thoughts on the US decision to withdraw its troops from his country.
Boehner: Mass shootings are 'embarrassing our country'
Former House Speaker Rep. John Boehner tells CNN's Dana Bash that the epidemic of gun violence is "heartbreaking" and "we have got to find a way to deal with this problem."
Boehner on Trump, McConnell and GOP 'knuckleheads'
Former House Speaker Rep. John Boehner tells CNN's Dana Bash that "Republicans have to go back to being Republicans."
Former Australian prime minister puts Rupert Murdoch on blast
Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull speaks to CNN's Brian Stelter about Rupert Murdoch, the Australian-born American media mogul whose global empire includes Fox News.
Fauci: Take risk of vaccine-resistant variants seriously
Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Dana Bash that the United States must be prepared to respond to new variants by boosting either the current vaccine or a variant-specific vaccine.