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Hong Kong's new security law is transforming the city even faster than expected
It's been less than six weeks since a security law banning secession, subversion and collusion came into force in Hong Kong. But it's already having a dramatic effect on the city's political, media and online spheres.
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Expert: Kids may spread Covid-19 like the common cold
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Interrupted by shooting, Trump continues to spin false narrative around mail-in voting and coronavirus
President Donald Trump turned his Monday news conference into a dishonesty spree, blitzing reporters with rapid-fire false claims on a variety of his favorite topics -- the coronavirus pandemic, mail-in voting, China, Democrats generally and President Barack Obama in particular. 
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He thought Covid-19 was like the flu. Then this happened
21-year-old Spencer Rollyson had a mild case of Covid-19 but ended up in the intensive care unit with organ failure. He tells CNN's Erin Burnett that he initially thought coronavirus was like the flu.
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This grandfather came out to his daughter at 90 years old
While writing his memoir, 90-year-old Kenneth Felts came out to his daughter as gay. He tells CNN's Anderson Cooper about Phillip, the man he loved, and his search to find him.
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Kelly Clarkson to fill in for Simon Cowell on "America's Got Talent"
Simon Cowell will be sitting out Tuesday and Wednesday's episodes of "America's Got Talent" due to an injury, but thankfully, the talent competition knew just who to call for a moment like this.
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Trump abruptly leaves podium after starting coronavirus briefing
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As Belarusians take to streets, authoritarians rally behind Lukashenko
Sometimes, you know a dictator by the company they keep.
How Trump has already handed Biden a debate win
• Analysis: The final Joe Biden VP rankings • Analysis: Everything you've heard about picking a vice president is wrong
Perseid meteor shower: How and when to watch
The Perseid meteor shower, one of the most popular meteor showers of the year, will face some competition from the moon this year during its peak.
Marijuana use during pregnancy linked to autism in babies, study says
Smoking or injesting weed while pregnant is linked to an increased risk of autism in babies, a new study has found.
Covid-19 is 'proving exceptionally difficult to stop,' WHO says
Thunderstorms can trigger asthma attacks that need hospitalization, study says
The calm before the storm isn't really so calm, at least not for anyone with asthma or other severe breathing disorders, new research shows.
Simon Cowell speaks out after breaking his back
Simon Cowell speaks out after breaking his back
Simon Cowell is offering some advice following an accident which landed him in the hospital.
'If we suppress the virus, we can safely open up societies,' WHO head says
What kind of face masks are the least effective?
Police return gunfire amid looting in downtown Chicago
Someone fired shots at police in downtown Chicago on Monday morning, and the officers returned fire, police spokesman Tom Ahem said in a post on Twitter.
New Zealand just hit a milestone in its fight against Covid-19 ... and it's good news
New Zealand marked 100 days without a local infection of Covid-19. The country appears to be a rare success story in a world that continues to grapple with the virus. CNN's Michael Holmes reports.
BBC apologizes for use of N-word in news report after initially defending the use of the word
The BBC has apologized for airing an uncensored racial slur in a news segment, after initially defending the use of the word in a report broadcast last month.
This is what distance learning should look like in the fall
When Kim Reeder started teaching in Parker, Colorado, 14 years ago, she found that managing the classroom environment took way more time and energy than actually teaching kids, and she couldn't reach as many of them as she wanted.
Grief from Covid-19 death: Toll on bereaved family members runs deep, study says
Every day, the nation is reminded of Covid-19's ongoing impact as new death counts are published. What is not well documented is the toll on family members.
US golf star Collin Morikawa, 23, wins maiden major at the PGA Championship
It will go down as one of those 'where were you when' moments. Where were you when Collin Morikawa struck what will surely become known as one of the greatest shots in golf history on his way to a first major title at the age of just 23?
Indian regional health minister tests positive for Covid-19
Chicago officials put up a fence after the mayor scolded residents gathered at Montrose Beach
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot didn't hold back when she spotted large crowds gathered at Montrose Beach.
Monsoon rains trigger tea plantation landslide killing at least 43
At least 43 people, including three children, have died with dozens more feared buried after torrential rains triggered a landslide in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala.
Georgia teen says school used students as guinea pigs
CNN's Boris Sanchez talks to North Paulding High School student Hannah Watters after it was announced that the school will switch to virtual learning for two days after at least nine people tested positive for Covid-19. Watters was briefly suspended after her photo of a crowded hallway gained traction online. The decision was later reversed.
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Afghanistan to release 400 Taliban prisoners, paving way for direct peace talks
The Afghan government has agreed to release 400 Taliban prisoners, paving the way for direct peace talks with the insurgent group to end nearly two decades of war.
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US surpasses 5 million Covid-19 cases
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