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Trump puts Pence in charge of coronavirus efforts
President Donald Trump holds a press conference to discuss the coronavirus with officials from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Girls choir sings to support people suffering from coronavirus
The Auckland Girls' Choir in New Zealand performed an original song in English and Chinese to support people fighting the coronavirus in China.
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Schumer asks DOJ to investigate acting intel chief's work for foreign clients
CNN analysts Phil Mudd and Carrie Cordero discuss.
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Sources: Trump considers czar to combat coronavirus in U.S.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
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How to avoid coronavirus
What should average Americans do to protect themselves if Coronavirus spreads in U.S.? Brian Todd reports.
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Milwaukee mayor says there are muliple fatalties after shooting
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett urged residents to avoid the area near the 4000 block of W. State Street as authorities are investigating a "critical incident" near Molson Coors complex.
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Should you buy a mask? Health expert tells you how to plan for coronavirus in the U.S.
Associate Chief of the Infection Control Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital Dr. Erica Shenoy discusses.
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Woman adopts four siblings - and plans to adopt two more
Bobbie Floyd wanted to keep all six siblings together, so she decided to adopt the whole family.
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Milwaukee police investigating 'critical incident'
Milwaukee police said they are investigating a "critical incident" in the area near the 4000 block of W. State Street and are asking the public to stay away from the area.
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On GPS: "The Optimist's Telescope"
Author Bina Venkataraman tells Fareed how help folks to take some short-term pain for long-term gains in her new book, "The Optimist's Telescope".
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Terminally ill patient marries his fiancée in the hospital
Gus Jiménez proposed to his girlfriend from his hospital bed and staff helped the couple throw a wedding on-site.
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A Hot Dog Is Not a Sandwich. A Burrito Is.
What, exactly, is a sandwich? And who decides? The answer is a whole lot more complicated than you might expect. Between government regulatory agencies and internet chat rooms, deciding whether a burrito or a hot dog checks the “sandwich” box depends a lot on who you ask.
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A #MeToo era take on 'The Invisible Man'
The classic Universal Monster gets a 21st century update with a #MeToo era message and focus on the female lead, played by Elisabeth Moss
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Prince Harry just wants to be called 'Harry' from now on
Prince Harry asked attendees at a conference to call him simply "Harry," as he begins his final round of public engagements before beginning a new chapter away from the British royal family.
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Watergate prosecutor: I was called 'lady lawyer'
Jill Wine-Banks, author of "The Watergate Girl," reflects on her time as the only woman on the Watergate Special Prosecutor's trial team.
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Teen girl becomes first female wrestling champ in her state
Heaven Fitch beat her rival in the 106-pound weight class and became the first female to win a high school wrestling state championship in North Carolina.
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Sanders campaign co-chair: Bernie 'has made history'
Christiane Amanpour speaks with Nina Turner, national co-chair of the Sanders 2020 campaign, about the current frontrunner for the Democratic nomination.
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Demolition company accidentally destroyed the wrong house
A demolition company in Texas admitted that it made a mistake after demolishing the wrong house in a Dallas neighborhood.
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Strategist: Amidst a selloff, a diverse portfolio is key
Citi Private Bank's Kristen Bitterly explains why investors shouldn't panic during volatile market swings.
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Several dead after violent clashes in India
At least 24 people have been killed in violent clashes in the Indian capital territory of Delhi over the country's controversial citizenship law. CNN's Sam Kiley reports.
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Maria Sharapova retires from tennis at age 32
Five-time grand slam singles winner Maria Sharapova is retiring from tennis. The 32-year-old made the announcement in Vanity Fair on February 26.
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Coronavirus angst could turn into an economic crisis
The American consumer has been a bright spot in the US economy, but the coronavirus outbreak could keep wary shoppers away from malls, restaurants and movie theaters. Some economists warn that could spark a recession.
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Emergency goalie David Ayres: 'If it happens again, I'm ready to go'
Emergency goalie David Ayres tells Don Riddell that his dream to play in the NHL was exciting and that "if it happens again, I'm ready to go."
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Tokyo 2020 preparation still underway despite coronavirus fears
Preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics are continuing as planned, with countermeasures against infectious diseases, organizers told CNN.
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Rep. Clyburn unveils key South Carolina endorsement
Rep. James Clyburn, the House Majority Whip and a key South Carolina voice, has endorsed Joe Biden as his pick for 2020 Democratic presidential candidate.
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The complicated history of Obama and Bloomberg
Former President Barack Obama is staying on the sidelines during the 2020 Democratic primaries, but he plays an important role in presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's new ad campaign. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
CNN's Sanjay Gupta answers top questions on coronavirus
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers questions on the novel coronavirus, including how the virus spreads and precautions to take to avoid getting sick.
Alejandro Bedoya's stand against gun violence
Philadelphia Union captain Alejandro Bedoya tells Don Riddell about his stand for gun control in the United States following mass shootings in the country.
Avlon fact-checks the South Carolina Democratic debate
CNN's John Avlon fact-checks some of the claims made during the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina.
Timberlake unveils behind-the-scenes look at new song
Justin Timberlake unveils new music and gives a sneak peek into how his new song was produced.