HBO Max hosts glitzy cyber-event for ‘Legendary’ premiere
Virtual guests received a “slay box,” with swag such as glittery nail polish.
Garcetti, Martinez call on L.A. City Councilman Huizar to resign
L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council president Nury Martinez called on Councilman Jose Huizar to resign amid an ongoing federal investigation into a City Hall "pay-to-play" scandal. Huizar has not been charged.
Lori Loughlin's daughter Olivia Jade looking to 'rebuild' her YouTube 'brand' after admissions scandal: report
Olivia Jade Giannulli is looking to the future.
PHOTOS: Protests Over George Floyd's Death Grow Violent: 'It Is How We Express Pain'
Gov. Tim Walz says he will defend the right to protest but urges peaceful demonstrations, saying, "It is how we express pain, process tragedy, and create change."
New Jersey grandma wears colorful unicorn costume to greet her grandkids during coronavirus pandemic
Maureen Sweeney strapped on a colorful unicorn costume in an effort to greet her grandkids Rylan and Lincoln in New Jersey.
Meghan McCain will shield pregnancy details after 'inhumane' bullying over father
Mom-to-be Meghan McCain is staying mum on her pregnancy after receiving hurtful comments about the death of her father, Arizona Sen. John McCain.
Part 1: Entire CNN coronavirus town hall (May 28)
Experts join CNN's Anderson Cooper and Dr. Sanjay Gupta to talk about lessons learned throughout the coronavirus pandemic, and famed science writer David Quammen explains how he predicted a pathogen similar to coronavirus eight years ago in his book "Spillover."
More Than 40 Arrested in New York City, Cops Injured as Protests Against George Floyd's Death Escalate
The New York Police Department told Newsweek more than 40 were arrested, and several cops were injured on Thursday night. calls out Biden's false claims, exaggerations from 'Breakfast Club' interview
Joe Biden sparked a firestorm of controversy last Friday for his "you ain't black" remark, but he may be facing more problems from his interview with "Breakfast Club" radio host Chalamagne tha God.
Yolo County ditches its local shelter in place order, but state order remains
Yolo County has lifted its local coronavirus shelter in place order, but the state order remains in effect
In CA: It's gonna be a hard 'no' on that budget, state Senate says. So let's defer and tax
State lawmakers aren't sold on Gov. Gavin Newsom's revised budget so they've offered a counter. I'll sum it up: Borrow. Defer. Tax. And some days, it seems life isn't ever going to go back to normal. Maybe that's a good thing.
Oregon woman buys winning lottery ticket with cash from sewing face masks
"I don't play a lot," said winner Lorna Hewitt, who bought her winning Keno-8 ticket at a grocery store in the town of Sisters.
Cash Money Records founders giving back to NOLA
Teen athlete kicking toward his Army dreams
Restaurant faces battle after hosting stripper event
Divers, Good Samaritans rescue man from river
Prosecutor says he won’t ‘rush’ to charge cops involved in George Floyd death
A Minnesota prosecutor on Thursday night said there is evidence that does not support criminal charges against the white cop who kneeled on George Floyd before the black man’s death — but later backtracked. Along with the since-tempered revelation, Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman said he will not “rush” to charging the four officers involved...
Marc Thiessen: Trump must threaten China with 'brain drain' and 'capital flight' amid Hong Kong crackdown
Washington Post columnist and Fox News contributor Marc Thiessen previewed President Trump's Friday announcement dealing with China on "The Story" Thursday, predicting that the president would "impose sanctions" on the Beijing government in response to its moves to restrict Hong Kong's autonomy.
'No justice, no peace': Protests, violence continue in Minneapolis, New York City, other US cities following George Floyd's death
Protests nationwide continued in the wake of the death of George Floyd, and Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey declared a local emergency on Thursday.
China public security ministry pledges to 'guide and support' HK police
China's public security ministry pledged to "guide and support" the Hong Kong police force after China's parliament approved a decision to impose a new national security law on the semi-autonomous territory.
Hong Kong government warns removing U.S. special status is 'double-edged sword'
Hong Kong's government warned Washington that withdrawing its special U.S. status, which has underpinned the city as a global financial hub, could be a "double-edged sword" and urged the United States to stop interfering in internal affairs.
US disrupts Iranian fuel deliveries to Venezuela, official says
The Trump administration halted scheduled Iranian fuel deliveries to Venezuela Wednesday by threatening sanctions on the ships carrying the cargo, according to U.S. officials.
2020 Republican convention: RNC sends Gov. Ray Cooper 'safety protocols' for Charlotte event
There is no mention of face masks or social distancing in the letter. which are both currently the state's guidelines.
Entire 18th-century Swedish village listed for sale at $7.3M
Why buy a villa when you can buy a whole village? That’s the question nearly no one is asking themselves, aside from maybe a few super-rich Scandinavian billionaires, now that the entire hamlet of Sätra Brunn in Sweden is listed with Christie’s International for the unbeatable price of just under $7.3 million. Sätra Brunn, which...
Trump's reluctance to wear a face mask sends a fatal message
Frida Ghitis writes that President Trump is sending a dangerous message to the country while refusing to wear a face mask and retweeting contents that claim that wearing it is a measure of "social control."
Anthony James, 'Unforgiven' and 'In the Heat of the Night' actor, dead at 77
Actor Anthony James, who starred in the films "Unforgiven" and "In the Heat of the Night," has died. He was 77.
Here’s everything we know about the death of George Floyd
The death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis cops has forced a nation into a bitter self-reckoning.
Biden's support among College Democrats slips amid Tara Reade claims
Several chapters of the College Democrats are refusing to support Joe Biden in his bid for the White House following sexual assault allegations brought forth by Tara Reade, who was a young staffer in his office nearly 30 years ago when Biden was a senator.
Illinois Is Reopening But Chicago Isn't Because Of Coronavirus Cases
Illinois is joining many other Midwest states in reopening some retail shops, restaurants, salons and other businesses Friday. The mayor is delaying until the middle of next week.
The aftermath of Qassem Soleimani's death and his daughter's rise to prominence
It has been almost five months since President Trump shocked the world in authorizing a strike to kill Iran's top spymaster and shadowy commander, Qassem Soleimani.
Kaapo Kakko’s diabetes may keep him from Rangers if NHL returns
Rangers president John Davidson says he promises to listen to science when it comes to the safety of his players amid the NHL’s plans to open club training facilities for small-group workouts. With Kaapo Kakko, who has Type 1 diabetes and celiac disease, on the roster, Davidson said there has been extensive discussions internally regarding...
New Yorkers stranded in Costa Rica on ‘adventurous’ third date
Matt Robertson and Khani Le matched on Hinge in February.
San Clemente removes controversial beach fencing amid pressure from county sheriff
Access will be a little easier for beachgoers visiting San Clemente this week after city leaders voted to reopen parking lots and remove fencing that prompted community outcry and a stern rebuke from the county's top law enforcement official.
Benjamin Crump: When will African Americans have the right to self defense?
Breonna Taylor's boyfriend tried to stand his ground, but got charged with a crime instead.
Gowdy calls for 'national conversation' after George Floyd death, says riots 'ain't gonna accomplish nothing'
Former prosecutor and congressman Trey Gowdy, a Fox News contributor, reacted to the death of George Floyd following his arrest by Minneapolis police Thursday by contrasting his treatment with that of South Carolina church shooter Dylann Roof.
Madonna posts video of son dancing to Michael Jackson to ‘honor’ George Floyd
"Brutal murder travels around the world."
Tracee Ellis Ross: Style Diary
Whether she's rocking a red carpet or rolling up to a fashion show, Tracee Ellis Ross knows how to keep things fresh with her one-of-a-kind style.
Video involving Denzel Washington and police goes viral after George Floyd's death
Following George Floyd's death, a video of Denzel Washington assisting in a situation involving an African-American man and police has gone viral.
Travel ban lifted in El Dorado County but Lake Tahoe tourism still prohibited
El Dorado County lifted its nonessential travel ban Wednesday but state officials will keep Lake Tahoe off limits
Minnesota calls in National Guard to quell unrest over black man's death in police custody
Minnesota's governor activated the National Guard on Thursday to help restore order following two days of violent protests in Minneapolis over the death of a black man seen in graphic video gasping for breath as a white officer knelt on his neck.
***Live Updates*** George Floyd Protests Rage in Minnesota
Violent protests continue to flare up in Minneapolis and St. Paul as the state responds to the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer placed his knee on Floyd's neck while handcuffed.
Together, We Grieve: Dr. Sanjay Gupta's bonus coronavirus podcast for May 28
As the coronavirus' death toll in the U.S. surpasses 100,000 victims, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta takes a moment to reflect on this tragic milestone and commemorate those we've lost.
Mark Teixeira: MLB should be back, but owners better not ‘break’ union
Mark Teixeira said he was “cautiously optimistic” Major League Baseball and the Players Association would come to an agreement in the coming weeks to allow for there to be an abbreviated season. But the retired Yankee added if the two sides don’t come together, there could be dire consequences for the sport. “I would hate...
Shots Fired at George Floyd Protest in Denver, Colorado
Shots rang out at a Thursday protest at the Colorado State Capitol where demonstrators gathered after the death of George Floyd.
Variety gives annual ‘Power of Women’ event frontline-worker spin
Robin Roberts will host the program on Lifetime and Facebook on June 9.
Minneapolis Police Chief: We've 'Contributed' to 'Deficit of Hope' - 'Many' Rioters Weren't People We Recognized as Residents
During a press conference on Thursday, Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria Arradondo stated that there is “a deficit of hope in our city,” and the Minneapolis Police Department “has contributed to that deficit of hope,” but criminality that hurts the community
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Half of coronavirus cases in Washington state are under the age of 40
The coronavirus is moving from older to younger residents in Washington state. Half of the confirmed cases in Washington by early May are under the age of 40, marking a significant shift from the early outbreak of the virus when that age group accounted for just 33 percent of sick residents, according to a new...
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