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May 27, 2020

Wearing a mask to protect others during a pandemic is a political and cultural flashpoint, underscoring the polarization in America
Podcast | Expert advice | US cases | Tributes ... click to read more

Biden blasts Trump for mocking face masks
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Opinion: Mask and all, Biden crushes Trump
"He's a fool, an absolute fool," former Vice President Joe Biden said of President Donald Trump's refusal to wear a face mask. "Every doc in the world is saying you should wear a mask when you're in a crowd." Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, didn't raise his voice and smiled often. But he... click to read more

What Joe Biden says about a potential running mate
In an interview with CNN's Dana Bash, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said he was considering choosing a woman of color as his running mate, but was also considering other candidates. ... click to read more

There's conflicting information on how 'exactly' coronavirus spreads. But here's what we do know
Dr. Megan Ranney spent last week testifying about the coronavirus before Congress. ... click to read more

When can you be around others? CDC updates guidance
People who have been sick with coronavirus infections should stay away from other people until they've gone at least three days with no fever, have seen symptoms improve, and until it's been 10 days since they first noticed symptoms, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in updated... click to read more

US reported nearly 700 deaths today
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Beachgoer: If Trump's not wearing a mask, I'm not going to
CNN's Gary Tuchman speaks with beachgoers in Gulf Shores, Alabama, about the Covid-19 pandemic. ... click to read more

Twitter labels Trump tweet misleading
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He asked Twitter to remove Trump's false tweets about his dead wife. Twitter refused
Six times this month, in a vile attempt to punish a political rival, President Trump has tweeted about a decades-old conspiracy theory about MSNBC's Joe Scarborough. ... click to read more

'What a little man,' Anderson Cooper reacts to Trump's conspiracy
CNN's Anderson Cooper excoriates President Trump and calls him a "little man" for spreading falsehoods about a deceased woman. ... click to read more

Fact check: Trump falsely claims state sends mail-in ballots to undocumented immigrants
Twice on Tuesday, President Donald Trump attacked California's Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom and his executive order expanding vote-by-mail in the state. Specifically, Trump claimed that Newsom's order would send ballots to everyone in California, including nonresidents and undocumented immigrants. ... click to read more

CNN's Brianna Keilar pushes state official on promise to Trump
After President Trump has repeatedly railed on mail-in voting, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill tweeted that his state would not allow mail-in ballots but would provide absentee ballots for those who do not feel safe voting at the poles due to the coronavirus. ... click to read more

Australia angered China by calling for a Covid-19 probe. Now Beijing is targeting its exports
It didn't take long after Australia's first calls for an international investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic before rumblings of retaliation came from Beijing. ... click to read more

White House doesn't detail Trump's rationale for removing watchdogs to top GOP senator
White House counsel Pat Cipollone did not explain in a letter to GOP Sen. Chuck Grassley on Tuesday evening why President Donald Trump had removed the inspectors general for the intelligence community and State Department, instead emphasizing the President's legal authority to do so. ... click to read more

Analysis: White House is getting worried about the Senate majority
Over the past 10 days, there have been increasing signs that the White House -- all the way up to President Donald Trump -- is not happy with its current crop of Senate candidates. ... click to read more

Analysis: Democrats are on track to do this for the first time in 80 years
In a critical mark of the shifting political landscape, Democrats in November could secure a clean sweep of the Senate seats from the four key Southwestern states -- a milestone the party hasn't reached in nearly 80 years. ... click to read more

Newly released video shows a woman pushing her 9-year-old son into a canal, police say
Newly released video obtained by CNN network partner Univision shows the moment a Florida woman who's been arrested in the death of her 9-year-old son pushes him into a canal. ... click to read more

White woman who called police on a black man in Central Park has been fired
A white woman has apologized for calling police on a black man in Central Park on Monday, after the two argued about her unleashed dog. ... click to read more

Opinion: What's behind the horrendous Central Park confrontation
The story of Amy Cooper, the white woman who called the police on an African American man who was bird watching in Central Park and who asked her to leash her dog in accordance with park rules, is about racism, yes. But it's also about how racism is more than just whites' hostility toward people of... click to read more

4 cops fired after video shows one kneeling on neck of black man who later died
Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of a black man who they held down as he protested that he couldn't breathe have been placed on leave as the FBI looks into the incident, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said Tuesday. ... click to read more

Jimmy Fallon apologizes for Chris Rock impersonation in blackface on 'SNL'
Jimmy Fallon is addressing his impersonation of Chris Rock in a "Saturday Night Live" sketch from 20 years ago in which he appeared in blackface. ... click to read more

Nail-biting video shows bear following boy during a family hike
An Italian boy named Alessandro was captured on video while he was being followed by a brown bear during a hike with his family. ... click to read more

'Seinfeld' and 'Get Out' actor dead at 87
Richard Herd, a veteran character actor who appeared in dozens of films and television series, has died, a representative for the actor told CNN. ... click to read more

Data shows which states aren't improving
CNN's John King looks at the numbers around the coronavirus pandemic across the US as states begin the process of reopening. ... click to read more

Vitamin D's effect on Covid-19 maybe be exaggerated. Here's what we know
Is your inbox all a flutter over the latest Covid-19 miracle cure -- vitamin D? Just like hydroxychloroquine, the antimalarial drug that US President Donald Trump championed, vitamin D is having its day in the sun on the internet and social media. ... click to read more

Opinion: The grim truth facing America
On this somber Memorial Day weekend, America is approaching the grim milestone of 100,000 Covid-19 deaths in a population of 330 million. Six Asia-Pacific nations -- Australia, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Taiwan and Vietnam -- have just over 1,200 coronavirus deaths in a combined population almost t... click to read more

Why we're rocketing men into space -- even in the middle of a pandemic
So we're back to scanning the skies along Florida's northeast coast for clouds -- to see whether it's clear out enough that we can shoot a rocket into space with two people in it. ... click to read more

13-year-old boy earns 4 associate's degrees
A 13-year-old boy in California has graduated from college with four associate's degrees. ... click to read more

Kevin Hart reveals details of crash recovery
Kevin Hart is now sharing that he was more critically injured during his car crash last year than he originally said. ... click to read more

Walmart enters the resale market with ThredUP partnership
Walmart on Wednesday announced a partnership with resale platform ThredUp to sell previously owned branded clothing, shoes, handbags and more online. ... click to read more

Kirby Jenner, the 'fraternal twin' of Kendall Jenner, steps into the spotlight
There's a new reality show from the Kardashian-Jenner family, but it has a twist. The show centers around a 24-year-old performance artist who has risen to fame over the past five years with his parody Instagram account, where he pretends to be the fraternal twin brother of Kendall Jenner. ... click to read more

Hertz paid top executives $16 million in bonuses ahead of its bankruptcy filing
Hertz paid out millions of dollars in bonuses to its executives just before its bankruptcy -- and a month after it started laying off thousands of employees. ... click to read more

USA Today front page honors the Americans who have died from coronavirus
A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. You can sign up for free right here. ... click to read more

Earthquake hits while world leader was live on TV
A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck near New Zealand's capital Wellington while the country's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern was discussing New Zealand's ongoing lifting of coronavirus restrictions in a live interview. ... click to read more

TV star's death sparks cyberbullying backlash
Japanese government officials are calling for action against cyberbullying, amid a national outpouring of grief after the death of professional wrestler and reality television star Hana Kimura. ... click to read more

Georgia reopened first. Here's where it stands
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In 17 states -- including Georgia, Arkansas, California and Alabama -- the number of new Covid-19 cases is rising
Packing beaches, pool parties and outdoor gatherings all over the US, many Americans used the holiday weekend to mark the unofficial beginning of summer -- ditching the face masks and social distancing urged by health officials. ... click to read more

How 'super spreader' events can be deadly
CNN's Randi Kaye reports on rising concerns over potential coronavirus 'super spreader' events and the implications these have on infection transmission. ... click to read more

Bars in Arkansas reopen as state experiences second peak of Covid cases
During usual times, The Piano Bar in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is jammed with people standing shoulder to shoulder. Singing "Sweet Caroline" at the top of their lungs, they punch the fog-machine air with their drinks, shouting out the "bom bom bom" part of the song as performers duke it out on two pi... click to read more

Apple will reopen 100 stores in the US this week
Apple is reopening 100 more retail stores in the United States this week that it was forced to close because of the coronavirus, though customers won't be able to enter many of them just yet. ... click to read more

There's one epidemic we may never find a vaccine for: fear of black men in public spaces
Millions of Americans shrugged off their fear of the coronavirus this holiday weekend when they flocked to crowded beaches, lakes and restaurants. ... click to read more

Ex-cop: George Floyd video feels like a horrible rerun
On Monday evening, police in Minneapolis were called about someone trying to pass a counterfeit bill at Cup Foods, a neighborhood grocery store. Two officers responded to the alleged forgery in progress, saw a man matching the suspect's description and ordered him out of his car. He complied but th... click to read more

Another fast food chain enters the chicken sandwich wars
Don't count out the colonel in the chicken sandwich wars. ... click to read more

Nick Cordero suffers new lung infection
Nick Cordero continues to battle his way back from Covid-19. ... click to read more

Watch laser destroy aircraft mid-flight
The US Navy has successfully tested a new high-energy laser weapon that can destroy aircraft mid-flight, the Navy's Pacific Fleet said in a statement Friday. ... click to read more

The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs hit at 'deadliest possible' angle
The city-size asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago and doomed the dinosaurs to extinction came from the northeast at a steep angle, maximizing the amount of climate-changing gases unleashed into the atmosphere, a new study has found. ... click to read more

People are buying lots of booze, but global alcohol sales are still tanking
People are buying a lot of booze, but it's not enough to prevent an overall downturn that will take the industry several years to recover. ... click to read more

Why packed beaches and pool parties should worry euphoric investors
Wall Street returned from Memorial Day weekend in a euphoric mood as investors celebrated the reopening of the American economy from the coronavirus pandemic. ... click to read more

How beer helped save this pizza chain
When Covid-19 struck Washington State and the greater Seattle area locked down to mitigate the spread, Zeeks Pizza saw 60% of its business evaporate. ... click to read more

If Americans believe in freedom from lockdown, they should start here
Jorge Garcia Curbelo and Danilo Ochoa Jomarrón always imagined coming to the United States to get married and live happily ever after as an openly gay couple. They never imagined that they would be separated at the border -- or worse yet, unable to see one another for more than a year as a deadly p... click to read more

Breathing again in the time of Covid-19
I hardly recognized her as she sat in the hospital chair, smiling, talking, and eating her dinner from a tray. Then I noticed her long, brown braids and the pink manicure, now chipping, and I remembered her clearly. ... click to read more

Trump showed his true self
A century after the poppy began symbolizing Memorial Day, it's a good time to consider how we should memorialize the casualties of the pandemic. (In mere months, more Americans have died than in Vietnam and Korea combined.) The surgical mask might be a proper emblem, or perhaps the double helix of... click to read more

Pakistan's flagship carrier needs radical overhaul
Many Pakistanis tempered this year's Eid greetings with words of condolence or prayers for the victims of coronavirus and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight PK-8303. ... click to read more

Coronavirus is like a war Trump can't win
This year, Memorial Day comes as the US quickly approaches 100,000 deaths from Covid-19, surpassing the number of US military members who died in Vietnam. Soon, it may approach the number of American soldiers who died in World War I. President Donald Trump has ordered the flags to be flown at half-... click to read more

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Drake Drops 'Dark Lane Demo Tapes' - Listen Now
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She was tricked as a teen into prostitution. A decade on, she has no work and faces starvation
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This country seemed to do everything right. Coronavirus spread anyway
Peru was one of the first nations in the Americas to take strict preventative coronavirus measures, like stay-at-home orders, curfews and border closings. So how did it become one of the hardest hit? ... click to read more

Why Thailand isn't opening to international tourists yet
With news that many countries in Europe are reopening to tourism in time for summer, travelers with their sights set on Asia are anxiously awaiting word on when they'll be given the green light to visit their favorite destination. ... click to read more

Costa Rica has made history
Marriage equality is now law in Costa Rica. ... click to read more

Police and parents of a UConn student suspected in killings plead for the manhunt to end in his surrender
Connecticut State Police had a message Tuesday for a college student suspected of killing two people four days ago before fleeing the state. ... click to read more

A retired US Marine spent Memorial Day weekend saluting for 24 hours on a median to raise awareness about veteran suicide
One retired United States Marine spent Memorial Day weekend honoring fallen veterans by standing on a Washington, DC median for 24 hours and saluting. ... click to read more

A nurse on the Covid-19 frontline reconnects with New York City firefighter who rescued her from a burning building 37 years ago
When Deirdre Taylor was preparing to leave her Virginia home to fight Covid-19 in New York on the front lines, she made sure to pack a possession that she held dear for over three decades: a front-page newspaper article. ... click to read more

Tom Brady shows he's human as Tiger Woods backs up trash talk at golf match
It was a mouth-watering prospect for sports-starved fans everywhere. Four of the greatest athletes the world has ever known, on the golf course at the same time, offering us a glimpse of who they are when they aren't winning Major Championships and Super Bowl trophies. ... click to read more

Gucci abandons 'worn-out ritual' of traditional fashion weeks
Gucci's creative director Alessandro Michele has announced that the brand is permanently abandoning the traditional fashion calendar as the industry rethinks how it operates in the light of Covid-19. ... click to read more

Inside the secluded and intimate New York studios of famous artists
Artist studios have long been mythologized as a hallowed private space, where artists are swept up in the frenzy of creation or host fabled meetings of the minds. ... click to read more

Why it's time to redesign the old air conditioner
The air conditioner is nearly 100 years old, and yet it hasn't evolved much -- the technology is essentially the same as it was the day it was invented. ... click to read more






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