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At least four students died and several other people were injured in the shooting at Oxford High School
• Students grabbed scissors for self-defense and escaped out a window • What we know about the victims • Authorities look for suspect's motive
Watch moment students sheltered in class during shooting
15-year-old freshman Mark Kluska recorded the moment students huddled together and sheltered in their classroom during an active shooter incident at Oxford High School in Michigan. CNN's Don Lemon explains.
Students describe terrifying scenes during deadly shooting
Students at a Michigan high school described terrifying scenes of barricading doors with desks and escaping out of windows during a shooting that left three dead and six others injured.
Students' quick act may have saved their lives
Aiden Page, a senior at Oxford High School in Michigan, describes barricading in his classroom during a shooting that left three people dead and several injured.
Authorities look for possible motive behind shooting
School bells were replaced by police sirens Tuesday after a mass shooting at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan, left three students dead, officials said.
How US gun culture stacks up with the world
In the wake of the 2018 mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, a new generation of teen activists emerged who insisted that the old boom/bust cycle of gun control politics in this country was no more.
Lockdown drills haven't changed as schools re-open in US
Beloved athlete and senior scholarship winner among victims
Friends, family and an entire Michigan high school are grieving the loss of four students after a 15-year-old boy opened fire during the school day, killing four peers and shooting seven others on campus.
US confirms first case of Omicron variant
• CNN hosts town hall with Dr. Anthony Fauci at 9 p.m. ET • Live updates: Fauci says case involves traveler from South Africa • What raised alarms for scientists about Omicron
Supreme Court leans toward limiting abortion
• Live updates: Anti-abortion and pro-abortion supporters reflect on the impact of the SCOTUS decision
Stacey Abrams announces she's running for governor in Georgia
• Another house Democrat announces he won't see reelection
WTA announces suspension of tournaments in China amid concern for Peng Shuai
The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) chairman and CEO Steve Simon has announced an immediate suspension of all WTA tournaments in China, including Hong Kong.
Alec Baldwin: 'I didn't pull the trigger' of gun on 'Rust' set
Alec Baldwin told ABC News he never pulled the trigger of the gun that shot director of photography Halyna Hutchins on the set of "Rust."
Sobbing rioter described his assault of Capitol officer: 'My God. What did I just do£'
The Capitol rioter accused of firing the Taser at one of the most outspoken police officers wounded on January 6 had told federal investigators in March he had come to Washington, DC, to respond to then-President Donald Trump's call -- and that he regretted what he had done.
US and South Korea to develop new war plan to address North Korean military advancements
The US and South Korea will develop a new operational war plan to address the threat from North Korea, senior defense officials said Tuesday, as the Pentagon shifts its focus to the Indo-Pacific region following its recently completed global force posture review.
CNN suspends Chris Cuomo indefinitely
Holocaust survivor responds to Fox News host comparing Fauci to a Nazi
Holocaust survivor Michael Bornstein and his daughter, Debbie Bornstein Holinstat, respond to Fox News host Lara Logan making a comparison between Nazi doctor Josef Mengele and Dr. Anthony Fauci.
Jacqueline Avant, wife of music exec Clarence Avant, shot and killed in home robbery
Jacqueline Avant, a philanthropist and the wife of music icon Clarence Avant and mother-in-law to Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos, was fatally shot in her home early Wednesday, according to a spokesperson for Netflix.
Here's what Trump was up to around the time of his positive Covid test
Here is a broad-strokes timeline of then-President Donald Trump's activities around the time he first tested positive for Covid-19. According to excerpts from a forthcoming book by Trump's former chief of staff Mark Meadows as reported by The Guardian, this was three days ahead of Trump's first 2020 presidential debate with Joe Biden.
SE Cupp: Kevin McCarthy has got it under control ... not
In this week's episode of "Unfiltered," CNN Political Commentator SE Cupp gives her take on infighting within the GOP over bigoted language directed at Democratic lawmakers.
Body spray recall: What the finding of a cancer-causing chemical means for you
Benzene, a known cancer-causing chemical, was found in over half of 108 batches of antiperspirant and deodorant body sprays from 30 different brands, according to a citizen's petition filed this month with the US Food and Drug Administration.
Avlon: Trump really doesn't want you to see these documents
As the commission investigating the January 6th insurrection continues to try to get to the bottom of what happened, CNN's John Avlon explains how laws are already on the books to prevent such events.
2 US cities are among the world's most expensive
This rare McDonald's treat is making a comeback
'Tis the season for McDonald's to bring back a fan favorite sweet treat: the Holiday Pie.
Fox host doubles down on outrageous comparison of Fauci to Nazi 'Angel of Death' doctor as network remains silent
Lara Logan, a Fox News personality and host on the network's streaming service, appeared on Wednesday to stand by her widely condemned comparison of Dr. Anthony Fauci to an infamous Nazi doctor — all while the right-wing channel remains silent about the matter.
Affleck grateful for second chances, including JLo
Ben Affleck is feeling grateful for the second chances he's received, both professionally and in his love life.
Watch this toddler experience pumpkin pie for the first time
Pumpkin pie has this toddler all shook up ... literally shaking over his first bite ever of pumpkin. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Mysterious footprints, once thought to belong to a bear, linked to unknown human ancestor
Footprints discovered in 1978 at in Tanzania and dated to 3.66 million years ago were widely thought to be the oldest uncontested evidence of upright walking in the human family tree.
Family says they are moving after parents out their child
Chris and Kelsey Waits describe the the ugliness that followed Kelsey's unsuccessful race to be re-elected as chair of her school board in Hastings, Minnesota.
The artists the world listened to most this year, according to Spotify
In what may come as no surprise, two names dominated this year in music streaming: Bad Bunny and Olivia Rodrigo.
Newly found dinosaur had bizarre weaponized tail
A new species of armored dinosaur discovered in Chile had a weaponized tail not seen before in any other dinosaur.
Doctor treating Omicron patients describes what she is seeing
Dr. Angelique Coetzee, one of the first doctors in South Africa treating Omicron patients, joins New Day to discuss the severity and symptoms she is seeing in patients with the latest Covid-19 variant.
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What you don't understand about Rep. Lauren Boebert
On Day 3 of the controversy caused by Lauren Boebert's suggestion that a Muslim member of Congress might be a terrorist, the Colorado Republican said that she "can't wait" to debate the issue with Rep. Ilhan Omar on a Fox News primetime show.
Analysis: Breaking down the embarrassing schism within the GOP
Democrats could not look any more vulnerable in the 2022 midterm elections, but Republicans are showing every day just how easily the GOP could torpedo its political chances next year.
Navarro: Boebert is a 'bigot Barbie' that lives off of outrage
CNN political commentator Ana Navarro responds to Islamophobic comments made by Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) about fellow congresswoman Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) at fundraising events earlier this year.
Another video shows Lauren Boebert suggesting Ilhan Omar was terrorist
Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert of Colorado suggested to a crowd in September that Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, whom she called "black-hearted" and "evil," was a terrorist.
Opinion: How to solve the Boebert problem
After video surfaced of Colorado Rep. Lauren Boebert making anti-Muslim comments about Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar in mid-November, Congress must again contend with a major question: how to handle members who step out of line, offending and potentially endangering the wellbeing of their colleagues.
GOP feud causing concerns over 2022 prospects
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy summoned GOP Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Nancy Mace for separate meetings Tuesday night, wanting to deliver a simple message amid their bitter and public feud: "Stop it."
Podcast: When Diana Met...The People
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'Virgil was here:' Inside Virgil Abloh's final show for Louis Vuitton
When news of Virgil Abloh's death broke on Sunday, many speculated that Louis Vuitton's presentation of his Spring-Summer 2022 collection in Miami, Florida -- scheduled to take place just days later -- would be canceled. But the French luxury label, for which he helmed menswear, said it would go on as per the late designer and his family's wishes.
These photos defined 2021
Incredible images shortlisted for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice Award
Curious meerkats, a rescued Amazon river dolphin and a school of barracudas feature on the shortlist of images for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year People's Choice competition, and fans can vote for their favorite.
Kimmel shares photo from his 'mildly frightening' Thanksgiving
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel showed off his burnt hair after experiencing a cooking accident over the Thanksgiving holiday.
Inflation, unemployment and more: The US economy in 12 charts
CNN Business tracks key economic indicators to provide a comprehensive, up-to-date picture of the US Economy. Data on this dashboard is refreshed automatically.
Capital One is the first big bank to get rid of overdraft fees
What's in your wallet£ If you're a Capital One customer, it might soon be more money: The company will be the first large bank to eliminate overdraft charges.
CEOs' economic outlook hit the highest level in at least 20 years. But Omicron could change that
Despite rising labor costs, America's business leaders felt very bullish on the US economy — at least in the days prior to the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant.
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We tested bidets for 3 months — we're never going back to standard toilets
We've tested hundreds of products: These are the best ones of 2021
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I almost died trying to get an abortion. I'm terrified my students could face a similar fate
On Wednesday, the US Supreme Court will hear arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a case involving a 2018 law banning most abortions after 15 weeks. If the justices side with the state of Mississippi, they effectively will be nullifying the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision -- significantly limiting women's reproductive rights.
Elizabeth Holmes can be two things at once
Elizabeth Holmes may be a victim of alleged sexual violence and intimate partner abuse. She may also be guilty of alleged fraud.
My family's Omicron question
On the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving, my wife, two kids, and I prepared to drive from St. Paul, Minnesota, to Omaha, Nebraska. We were all so eager to resume a family tradition that we had missed in last year's terrible winter. As we packed our suitcases, chose snacks for the road, and filled coolers with pumpkin and pecan pie, two different kinds of cranberry sauce, and a vat of my wife's famous mashed potatoes, life felt comfortingly normal.
To fight AIDS, we have to stop spread of Covid
Zambia's local health clinics are usually bustling with the sounds of patients, nurses and doctors. But when Covid-19 hit, the noisy clinic corridors were rapidly replaced with an eerie silence.
Afghanistan's American University in exile
Five years ago, Breshna Musazai was studying law at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. Her future seemed bright. She was attending the best university in Afghanistan, a coed institution offering an American-style education and was on a full scholarship provided by the US government.
What to do while waiting for answers on Omicron
This week, news of a worrisome variant of the coronavirus dubbed Omicron dominated headlines after it was first detected in South Africa.
Syria activists ask if the revolution was worth the cost.
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