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Cubans vote on same-sex marriage in national referendum
Cubans vote on a new family code and whether to legalize same-sex marriage in a national referendum. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
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Daniel Dale fact-checks GOP's border claims ahead of midterms
CNN's Daniel Dale fact-checks "open border" claims that Republicans have pushed ahead of the midterm elections.
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'This is a state of emergency': Houses in Canada dragged out to sea by Fiona
Fiona touched down in Nova Scotia as a post-tropical cyclone with hurricane-strength winds that carried homes off their foundations and into the Atlantic.
Police cruiser struck by train with woman inside
Colorado police released bodycam footage showing the moment a train hit a parked police car with a suspect inside. Authorities say the 20-year-old was left with serious injuries and is expected to survive.
Jackson mayor responds to lawsuit filed against him and his city
Several residents from Jackson, Mississippi, have filed a class action lawsuit against the city, the mayor, the former mayor and several others regarding water issues in Jackson, according to the suit filed last week. Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba responds.
See the surprise that brought Elton John to tears at White House
President Joe Biden surprised Sir Elton John with the National Humanities Medal after a concert at the White House in honor of John's advocacy in the global fight against HIV/AIDS.
The untold story of World War II's 'Mosquito Bowl'
On Christmas Eve 1944, two WWII Marine regiments on Guadalcanal Island faced off in a football game to prove who had the better college players. Not long after, many of them would die in one of the war's biggest battles, in Okinawa, Japan.
America's 'NILF' problem -- men 'not in labor force'
Although the formal unemployment rate for "prime-age" men is around 3%, another 11% are drop-outs who are neither working, nor looking for work. So the real out of work number is at levels near the Great Depression.
New report about Putin makes retired general laugh
Brig. Gen. Mark Kimmitt (Ret.) responds to a CNN report that Russian President Vladimir Putin is personally giving directions to Russian forces on the ground in Ukraine.
Report: How the NFL blocks black coaches
A Washington Post investigation tackles the question: If nearly 60% of NFL players are Black, why are only 3 of the 32 head coach jobs held by Black coaches?
CNN report: The NASA mission that could 'potentially save all of humankind'
A NASA spacecraft will deliberately slam into an asteroid called Dimorphos. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test mission, or DART, aims to see if this kind of kinetic impact can help deflect an asteroid posing a threat to Earth. CNN space and defense correspondent Kristin Fisher has more.
Friedman: Russians rebel against Putin's mobilization
The Russian people's reaction to Putin's partial mobilization, says New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, is: "We don't believe a word you're saying," and "I'm looking for the quickest way out of this country."
Smerconish: Midterm political football keeps bouncing
What will be the issue most impactful on November's election? In the past year, it's ricocheted from crime to baby formula to Ukraine to abortion to immigration, with Trump and the volatile stock market looming over all -- but the ball hasn't stopped bouncing.
Ultra-conservative likely to become Italy's first female prime minister
Polls show Giorgia Meloni and her far-right Brothers of Italy party ahead in Italy's general election. Meloni could become Italy's first female prime minister. CNN's Barbie Nadeau reports.
See the latest forecast for Tropical Storm Ian
Forecasts project that Tropical Storm Ian will strengthen and hit Florida as a hurricane.
Genetic genealogy brings end to actress' years of horrific stalking
CNN's Jean Casarez explains how investigators used genetic genealogy to identify a man who spent years stalking actress Eva LaRue, marking the first time genetic genealogy has solved a case on the federal level.
See text messages linking Brett Favre to ex-welfare chief involved in fraud
Text messages show that NFL star Brett Favre worked with John Davis, the former head of Mississippi's welfare agency, who pleaded guilty to state and federal charges connected to one of the largest welfare schemes in the state's history. CNN's Dianne Gallagher reports.
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DeSantis said America was first place to think slavery was wrong. See Van Jones react
CNN's Van Jones reacts to Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis saying no one questioned slavery until the American Revolution during an event discussing his "Stop Woke Act" which prohibits race-based conversation in schools and businesses.
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'The biggest bully I've ever faced': Mother of Sandy Hook victim on confronting Alex Jones
Scarlett Lewis, whose six-year-old son Jesse was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, joins CNN's Anderson Cooper and shares why she decided to take the stand in Alex Jones's civil trial.
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Inside Russia, anguish as men are conscripted to fight in Putin's war
Russian men are being conscripted as a part of Putin's "partial mobilization" to fight in Ukraine. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
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Recession jitters and the trickling impact on Americans
Fears of a recession are mounting among some Americans amid a tumbling stock market, rising gas prices, interest rate hikes, and a decline in home sales. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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Recession fears return
How Americans are coping with 'recession jitters', as markets fall, gas prices tick up, home sales fall, and interest rates rise.
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Stunning discovery of 1,200-year-old shipwreck contradicts history books
An ancient shipwreck was found off the coast of Israel with artifacts from all over the Mediterranean, contradicting a major archaeological theory.
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'He's in trouble and I think he knows it': Clapper weighs in on Putin's current mindset
CNN National Security Analyst James Clapper discusses Russian President Vladimir Putin's partial mobilization orders and sham referendums in four Russian-occupied areas of Ukraine.
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See eerie scenes inside Ukrainian town besieged by Russia
CNN International Security Editor Nick Paton Walsh reports from inside Bakhmut, a town in Eastern Ukraine that has been under siege by Russian President Vladimir Putin's forces for months.
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Exclusive: Trump's secret court fight to stop January 6 grand jury from getting information from his inner circle.
CNN's Katelyn Polantz and Evan Perez report.
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Mulvaney: Special master conveying to Trump team it's 'time to put up or shut up'
Mick Mulvaney, former Acting White House Chief of Staff for the Trump administration, explains what the special master has communicated to Trump's legal team amid the investigation into classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago.
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James Cameron shares details on 'Avatar 2'
Director James Cameron spoke to CNN's Jason Carroll about how "Avatar: The Way of Water," which will debut in theaters in December, is different from the original.
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Turning to gardening to save money on food
Jenni Wells from Fort Worth, Texas, describes turning to her own garden to cope with inflation and surging food prices.
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'I need to cut back on things': Family reacts to surging food prices
Lisa Altman from Austin, Texas, explains how her family adjusted their shopping and eating habits to combat surging food prices.
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