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'They died in the exact same way:' Floyd's death reignites fury around the world
Trump has walled himself off from America's conversation on racism
CNN anchor on new White House fencing: C'mon, this is awful
CNN's Don Lemon calls the White House a "fortress of fear," after workers constructed additional fencing along the complex amid protests over the death of George Floyd.
He was in the car when Floyd was arrested. Now, he's sharing his story.
One of George Floyd's friends who was with Floyd in his car during the arrest that led to his death, speaks out about the "horrific act" that he witnessed that day.
The electoral map is tilting badly against Donald Trump right now
Amid the protests following the police killing of George Floyd and the ongoing fight against the coronavirus pandemic, something very important has been overlooked: President Donald Trump is now a decided underdog to reach the 270 electoral votes he needs to win a second term in the fall.
Minneapolis City Council to discuss a temporary restraining order at emergency meeting
The Top 10 women Joe Biden might pick as vice president
Ambitious politicians spend years seeking to shape a career that allows them to wind up in the White House or on a major party's national ticket. But as the last week has reminded us, unforeseen events always seem to intervene -- and have the potential to fundamentally alter even the best laid plans.
Over 1,000 coronavirus deaths reported in the past 24 hours. Officials fear protests will bring new outbreaks
In a little over a week, Americans have gone from taking their first hesitant steps outside again to marching in tightly-packed crowds in cities all over the country.
Student raped and killed in church wanted to become a minister and 'preach the word of God,' sister says
Three Chinese nationals sentenced to prison for taking photos at Florida naval base
Three Chinese nationals were sentenced to prison Thursday for entering a restricted area at a naval base in Key West, Florida, to take photos.
As South China Sea simmers, India and Australia boost defense ties
India and Australia signed two bilateral military agreements Thursday in the "first step in deepening of the defense relationship" between the two Indo-Pacific powers, according to statements from both countries.
Retired general: I was horrified watching Trump's photo op
General John Allen, former commander of US forces in Afghanistan, criticizes President Trump and his actions following the death of George Floyd.
CDC raises US death toll projection again
Actor Yvonne Orji no longer 'Insecure' about Nigerian-American duality
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Street medics brave danger to treat wounded protesters
Protest medic Austin Gates was out with his medical cart on Tuesday night, supporting hundreds of peaceful protesters gathered in downtown Atlanta to call out racism and police brutality.
Watch Rudy Giuliani and Piers Morgan duke it out on air
On "Good Morning Britain" host Piers Morgan got in a verbal altercation with former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Exclusive: He quit his Facebook job because of Zuckerberg's inaction on Trump's posts
A Facebook employee who quit the company this week told CNN he is worried the platform will be used to further escalate violence in the United States.
Ahmaud Arbery hit with truck before he died and killer allegedly used racial slur: testimony
William Bryan told investigators he heard Travis McMichael use a racial epithet after fatally shooting Ahmaud Arbery in Glynn County, Georgia, a Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent testified Thursday during preliminary hearings.
Police searching for cyclist who was filmed accosting people posting signs supporting Black Lives Matter
Police in Maryland are looking for a cyclist who was caught on video assaulting three people posting flyers in support of Black Lives Matter.
America's unemployment rate is expected to hit 20% in today's jobs report
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated America's economy and millions of workers have lost their jobs. It is by far the worst economic shock most people have witnessed in their lifetimes and it's going to get worse before it gets better.
Strawberry Moon 2020: Best times to watch
It's time for another noteworthy celestial event. Be sure to cast your gaze toward the sky for this year's Strawberry Moon.
Cate Blanchett has cut her head with a chainsaw during lockdown -- but she's OK
Australian actress Cate Blanchett has said she cut her head with a chainsaw during an accident at home during lockdown.
Spanish porn star arrested after man dies during 'mystical' toad venom ritual
Spanish porn star Nacho Vidal is under investigation for manslaughter, after a man died during a ceremony involving toad venom.
Tennis star Nikoloz Basilashvili charged with assaulting ex-wife
The ex-wife of a leading tennis player is standing by claims she was the victim of assault.
Influential medical journals retract coronavirus studies
Two influential medical journals retracted separate coronavirus studies Thursday over concerns about the data used in both studies -- data that came from the same international registry.
'Call of Duty' gets new screen supporting Black Lives Matter
The maker of "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" has added a screen to the shooter game supporting the Black Lives Matter movement, after revealing that it is banning thousands of racist player names every day.
Chinese companies facing pushback in US hedge their bets in Hong Kong
Hong Kong's status as a global business hub has been cast into doubt in recent weeks. But the city has become increasingly attractive to Chinese companies that fear their business prospects in the United States may be in jeopardy.
Hong Kong residents defy government ban to gather for Tiananmen vigil
Thousands in Hong Kong defied a police ban to gather in the city's Victoria Park and mark the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
Experts fear this country could suffer one of the world's worst coronavirus outbreaks
Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis face what experts fear could be one of the world's worst coronavirus outbreaks, raising concerns of a staggering death toll after the United Nations began cutting aid to the war-torn nation.
Patients with high blood pressure have twice the risk of dying from coronavirus, study finds
Coronavirus patients with high blood pressure have twice the risk of dying from the infection, an international study has found.
Vegas casinos reopen with countdown and virtual fireworks
Las Vegas casinos are once again open for business after being closed for more than two months in an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus. CNN affiliate KLAS reports.
'Star Wars' actor John Boyega rallies crowd at protest
"Star Wars" actor John Boyega rallied crowds at a large London protest against George Floyd's death, telling demonstrators that "now is the time" to demand racial equality.
Internet mocks Trump's Bible photo-op
Twitter users and comics can't stop roasting Trump for brandishing the Bible. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Cristiano Ronaldo is the first football star to break $1 billion earnings milestone
Another day, another record broken by Cristiano Ronaldo.
The NBA has approved a plan to continue the season with 22 teams
The NBA's return is imminent -- but only with 22 teams.
How wild swimming saved my life
Preparing to jump out of the second-floor window and into the river below, I felt the acute sense that my anxiety was about to be washed away.
Ditching the day job: From the sports desk to UK band Sports Team
I won't forget the moment I informed my boss at CNN of my intention to leave sports journalism for a career in music.
The striking portraits that speak to humanity now
Whether we are taking the picture, being photographed or looking at an image, photography invites us to pause and think about what makes us human, to celebrate our differences and to remember that we are not that different after all. Looking through the images in the new book "Portrait of Humanity Vol. 2," it's heartening to see so many examples of the best of humanity captured through photography's ever-shifting lens.
Wanda Sykes to white people: Get out in the streets
Actress Wanda Sykes gave an impassioned plea to white people to take an active role in combating racism.
'Skin is a terrain': Powerful new works from Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola
Nigerian-American artist Toyin Ojih Odutola is known for her rich, textural portraits of black life, layered through intricate ballpoint pen, charcoal and pastel.
Why are these giant teddy bears riding a roller coaster£
An amusement park in the Netherlands, closed at the time because of the pandemic, filled a roller coaster with giant teddy bears.
How lavender became a symbol of LGBTQ resistance
Every year, as summer beckons, Pride month arrives in a burst of color. Around the world, rainbow flags fly high and revelers turn their faces proudly towards the sky.
Astronomers confirm Earth-size exoplanet around nearest star and maybe more
Astronomers have confirmed the existence of Proxima b, an Earth-size exoplanet orbiting the closest star to our sun.
Three men. All black. All struggled to breathe. All after being restrained by police. Not all in America.
• Video shows Australian police throw down Indigenous teen
Fox asked Trump about police violence. Here's what he said
CNN's Don Lemon says that when President Donald Trump was asked by Fox News radio what to do about police violence against people of color, the president made the answer all about himself.
Dutch PM says his views on blackface character Black Pete have undergone 'major changes'
What we know about the four ex-police officers charged in George Floyd's death
One of the officers had been on the job four days. One was on his third shift ever. And Derek Chauvin, who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes, was the field training officer for one of them.
Trump walls himself off from US conversation on racism
Part of America is tiptoeing toward an uncomfortable self-examination about race. But President Donald Trump, bunkered down in his fortress behind high fences now ringing the White House, is spurning a building wave of national reflection.
George Floyd's face is being painted on walls worldwide
Street artists from Manchester, England, to Syria are honoring George Floyd in their own colorful ways by painting murals to express solidarity with the African-American community in the US.
Trump shares letter calling peaceful protesters 'terrorists'
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