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CNN Top Stories
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July 7, 2020

The President's demands for schools to reopen this fall are part of his reelection strategy
Covid-19 positivity rate jumps in LA | GOP governors split as cases rise ... click to read more

Trump says US is in 'a good place,' Cooper has the receipts
President Donald Trump claims the US is in "good shape," as coronavirus cases make record spikes throughout the nation. CNN's Anderson Cooper explains why this isn't true. ... click to read more

Fauci warns against 'false complacency' as Trump plugs falling death rate
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Staggering new death projection released for US
Dr. Christopher Murray, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, explains why a new model has projected that more than 200,000 Americans will die from Covid-19 by November if masks are not universally used. ... click to read more

Trump rebukes Fauci's assessment: 'We are in a good place'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday rebuked Dr. Anthony Fauci's blunt assessment of the US' coronavirus response, claiming that the country is "in a good place" even as new cases surge. ... click to read more

Fact-check: Governor claims Florida cases have stabilized
In the last two days Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has had to address his state's continued surge in new coronavirus cases while also trying to tamp down concerns. ... click to read more

Covid-19 testing: A spike in demand, a delay on results
As Covid-19 cases in the US spike, some states, labs and public health departments are warning that turnaround times for diagnostic testing have slowed. ... click to read more

Trump says he will pressure governors over school reopenings
President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he's putting pressure on governors to reopen schools this fall, part of his push to reopen the country despite a recent surge in coronavirus cases. ... click to read more

Why this area may seal Trump's 2020 fate
• Robert Redford: Who gets my vote in 2020 • Democrats hold $30 million ad advantage in battle for Senate control • Who will be Trump's political heir? ... click to read more

Trump's niece in damning book: He paid someone to take his SAT
• What we learned from Mary Trump's portrait of her uncle • East Wing braces for upcoming book by former Melania Trump aide • Kasich: Trump is 'in a meltdown' ... click to read more

Facebook ad boycott organizers met with Zuckerberg. It didn't go well
• Michael Flynn posts video featuring QAnon slogans ... click to read more

Trump wants schools reopened. See this educator's fiery response
Educator and president of the National Education Association, Lily Eskelsen García, reacts to President Trump's remarks about reopening schools this fall. ... click to read more

Dutch police discover secret torture site in shipping containers
Authorities in the Netherlands have discovered an apparent torture site hidden inside shipping containers, which were lined with sound-proofing material and filled with assumed torture devices, the country's National Prosecutor's Office has said. ... click to read more

CNN host speaks on his battle with virus
CNN's Richard Quest describes the persisting Covid-19 side effects he continues to suffer from, despite the fact that he has recovered from the virus after being infected in April. ... click to read more

Disney's reopening: Where things stand as Florida cases spike
Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando remains on track for a phased reopening on July 11 even as Florida faces a spike of reported Covid-19 cases recently. ... click to read more

Florida jogger finds decomposing human head on side of the road
A woman out for a run in St. Petersburg, Florida, came across a decomposing human head on the side of the road on Tuesday, according to police. ... click to read more

Watch candidate Trump's stance on the Confederate flag back in 2015
Back in 2015, then-presidential candidate Donald Trump said the Confederate flag belongs in a museum. ... click to read more

Senator who lost legs in Iraq responds to Tucker Carlson's suggestion she hates US
Democratic Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a US Army veteran who lost both of her legs while serving in Iraq, rebuked Tucker Carlson after the conservative Fox News host attacked her on Monday night and suggested that she hates America. ... click to read more

A list of people and things Trump tried to cancel before railing against 'cancel culture'
President Donald Trump is now campaigning as a warrior against what he says is a left-wing "cancel culture" that seeks to get people punished or banished for supposedly objectionable words or acts. ... click to read more

Eagles' DeSean Jackson apologizes after posting anti-Semitic quote
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has apologized for a series of anti-Semitic Instagram posts over the weekend, one of which included a quote about Jews falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler. ... click to read more

Opinion: J.K. Rowling's bigotry is painful and maddening
On Sunday, "Harry Potter" creator J.K. Rowling sent a tweet comparing gender-affirming medical care for trans people to the harmful practice of conversion therapy: ... click to read more

Jimmy John's employees fired for pizza dough noose video
A Jimmy John's sandwich restaurant in Woodstock, Georgia, has fired multiple employees after a video showed them joking around with a noose made from pizza dough. ... click to read more

Charlize Theron says being passed over for 'Mad Max' prequel was 'a little heartbreaking'
Charlize Theron realizes how fortunate she was at getting another chance to star in an action movie, even as she's sad about losing out on one. ... click to read more

Luxury train hotel permanently stuck on a bridge
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What do Jefferson's descendants think of his statues?
CNN's Poppy Harlow talks with Lucian Truscott and Shannon LaNier, descendants of Thomas Jefferson, about what they think of Jefferson's memorial in Washington as calls grow for the removal of monuments and statues of slave owners across the nation. ... click to read more

Black Friday as we know it is finally dead
This could be the year Black Friday finally unravels. ... click to read more

The US is 'looking at' banning TikTok, Pompeo says
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Citizens collectively ring pots when this world leader goes on TV
In the age of Covid-19, President Donald Trump and Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro are two of a kind. CNN's Bill Weir reports on how the US and Brazil lead the world in the number of cases while their leaders downplay coronavirus. ... click to read more

A man was fatally shot while walking with his 6-year-old daughter in the Bronx
A man was shot dead while walking and holding his 6-year-old daughter's hand in the Bronx, police said. ... click to read more

Comedian Rickey Smiley's 19-year-old daughter shot multiple times
The 19-year-old daughter of comedian and syndicated radio host Rickey Smiley is currently recovering after being shot during an alleged road rage incident. ... click to read more

Two dead and others injured in club shooting
At least two people have died and several others were injured after a shooting in a club in Greenville, South Carolina, according to police. ... click to read more

Citing violent crime in Atlanta, Georgia governor declares state of emergency
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Monday declared a state of emergency and activated as many as 1,000 National Guard members. ... click to read more

Atlanta mayor says increase in shootings stems from 'perfect storm of distress'
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said Tuesday the increase in shootings and murders in the city and across the country is the result of a "perfect storm" of frustration, the coronavirus pandemic and issues with police brutality. ... click to read more

Here's how cases are trending in your state
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California: Hospitalizations at all-time high
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Ohio: Deaths and hospitalizations are up
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Texas: County leader wants stay-at-home order
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A new comet is now visible with the naked eye
A newly-discovered comet dubbed NEOWISE will be visible this week to the naked eye. It's the first visible comet of 2020. ... click to read more

Anderson Cooper: Trump wants you to suck it up as thousands die
CNN's Anderson Cooper slams President Donald Trump's comment that coronavirus is "99% harmless" while the number of cases in the US continue to rise. ... click to read more

Australian man fights off one of the world's deadliest snakes while driving on highway
When a traffic officer pulled over a pickup truck on an Australian highway, he didn't expect to find one of the world's deadliest snakes inside. ... click to read more

Michael Flynn posts video featuring QAnon slogans
In a video posted online over the weekend, President Donald Trump's first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, is seen using phrases and slogans that are hallmarks of the baseless QAnon conspiracy movement. He also tagged his post with a QAnon hashtag. ... click to read more

Cash is dying. Here's what's replacing it
It's no longer all about the Benjamins. Or the Jacksons, Lincolns and Washingtons, for that matter. ... click to read more

The ugly truth: Millions of American jobs aren't coming back
The American economy's unprecedented jobs rebound masks a difficult truth: For millions of people, the jobs they lost are never coming back. ... click to read more

Airline bookings tumble as coronavirus cases spike
Airline travel is bouncing back -- but so are American coronavirus cases. That spike could put the aviation rebound in reverse. ... click to read more

Ford's new Bronco takes aim at Jeep
On Monday, July 13, Ford will unveil three new SUVs, all bearing the Bronco name. ... click to read more

How many people in your state have filed jobless claims
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Robert Redford: This is who gets my vote in 2020
I have a lot of vivid memories of growing up in Los Angeles in the 1940s, but one in particular keeps coming back to me today, in these troubled times. I remember sitting with my parents -- actually, my parents were sitting; I was lying on the floor, the way kids do -- and listening to President Fr... click to read more

Psychologist in Trump family speaks
Born into a fabulously wealthy family of seemingly continuous intrigues, betrayals and conflicts, Mary L. Trump did not seek the spotlight. She earned a master's in literature at Columbia and a doctorate in psychology at Adelphi University. ... click to read more

Trump administration's planned purge of international students serves a cruel purpose
This week, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced new rules requiring international students to leave the United States if their colleges or universities institute online-only learning measures for the fall under the threat of Covid-19. ... click to read more

Trump's embrace of slavery's symbols will backfire
It's a sight to behold: Donald Trump, the US President, rising up to protect the symbols of the most shameful parts of America's past, punching back against his collapsing poll numbers with a new campaign aimed to appeal to his most racist supporters and hoping to expand that core by creating more... click to read more

What prosecutors can learn from Amy Cooper case
On May 25, a video went viral of a White woman calling the police on a Black man in Central Park after he asked her to follow the rules and leash her dog. On her call to 911, she allegedly lied, claiming he was threatening her, and specifically emphasized his race as part of her report. ... click to read more

The GOP after Trump: a recipe for survival
As the nation confronts a pandemic, high unemployment and social unrest in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing, Americans are desperately seeking adult presidential leadership to right the ship of state and reassure them about their future. ... click to read more

Killer T-cells can save us
This has been a rough week in the middle of a rough year. ... click to read more

Refi rates at 2.53% APR (15 yr). Do you qualify?
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Pay 0% interest until 2021 with a better card
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This may be the big winner of the market crash
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Why Trump? Why now? Behind Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's big trip to the US
If you're not a close follower of US-Mexico relations, you might be forgiven for assuming President Donald Trump and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador wouldn't get along. ... click to read more

Gravedigger takes Covid-19 more seriously than Brazil's President
Adenilson Costa has worked at the Vila Formosa graveyard for a quarter of a century and he says he has never seen the fresh graves fill up so fast. ... click to read more

Two cases of bubonic plague prompt crack down on marmot hunting
Russian authorities have warned people near the country's border with Mongolia not to hunt or eat marmots after an outbreak of bubonic plague. ... click to read more

Chinese authorities confirm case of bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia
In the Chinese region of Inner Mongolia, a city is on high alert. On Tuesday, they confirmed a case of a disease that has persisted centuries after it caused the most deadly pandemic in human history -- the bubonic plague. ... click to read more

Mississippians could vote to strike a Jim Crow-era voting process in November
Mississippians in November will decide whether to change a Jim Crow-era voting provision that critics say suppresses Black political power. ... click to read more

20 named storms predicted for hurricane season, the most since 2005
The research team at Colorado State University is now forecasting 20 named storms for this hurricane season. ... click to read more

Muslim woman files discrimination charge after she says a Target Starbucks barista wrote 'ISIS' on her cup
A Muslim woman has filed a discrimination charge against Target after she said she received a drink from a Target Starbucks barista with "ISIS" written on the cup instead of her name at one of the retail corporation's Minnesota locations. ... click to read more

Massachusetts governor signs bill allowing all voters to vote by mail
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker signed a bill on Monday allowing all registered voters in the Bay State to vote by mail in the primary and general elections this fall if they choose, his office confirmed to CNN. ... click to read more

Understanding the dress codes of Orthodox Jewish women
Based on the true story of Deborah Feldman, a Jewish woman who left the Satmar community in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in search of a new life, the hit Netflix series "Unorthodox" has brought Hasidic culture -- and its female dress codes -- into mainstream focus. One of the most talked about aspects of... click to read more

Artists skytype over ICE detention centers
This Independence Day Weekend, 80 artists are asking Americans to look up at the skies. Over July 3 and 4, messages related to immigration will be written at 10,000 feet by World War II military planes, sky-typed over 80 sites related to the country's network of US Immigration and Customs Enforceme... click to read more

Capturing the magic of everyday life in America
When photographer William Eggleston arrived in Manhattan in 1967, he brought a suitcase filled with color slides and prints taken around the Mississippi Delta. They were scenes of the low-slung homes, blue skies, flat lands, and ordinary people of the American South -- all rendered in what would ev... click to read more

The drama that changed TV history 30 years ago
Before Netflix, before sagas like "Game of Thrones" -- before high-speed internet -- there was "Twin Peaks." ... click to read more

The one item in every genius' closet
When the disgraced health entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes was indicted on fraud charges for her lab-testing company Theranos last year, much of the media discussion rested not on her alleged corporate recklessness and staggering abuses of trust, but on her sartorial choices: black jackets, black slac... click to read more






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