Human remains found in a shallow Texas grave were positively identified as Army Spc. Vanessa Guillen on Sunday, according to Guillen family attorney Natalie Khawam.
An overnight YMCA camp in Georgia closed after at least 30 campers and staff members tested positive for coronavirus. Dr. Carlos del Rio, executive associate dean of Emory University School of Medicine, weighs in.
Chicago is seeing an increase in gun violence as coronavirus cases continue to rise, and officials are pointing to months of being cooped up indoors as one of the reasons why. CNN's Omar Jimenez has more.
At least two people have died and several others were injured after a shooting in a club in Greenville, South Carolina, according to police.
While much of the country celebrated Independence Day, protesters in Baltimore toppled a statue of Christopher Columbus and threw it into the Inner Harbor, CNN affiliate WBAL reported.
See Momo. See Momo run. See Momo run much faster now that's he's taking an anti-aging pill.
From Germany to Coney Island, here's a history lesson on the hot dog, an American icon
WNBA star Natasha Cloud says that raised awareness of Black Lives Matters is good, but that wearing a t-shirt is "not enough" and adds that President Donald Trump makes the fight for equality much more difficult.
Willy T. Ribbs is a pioneering figure in the world of motorsport. He became the first Black driver to test drive a Formula One car and race in the prestigious Indy 500 and NASCAR.
Liverpool star defender Trent Alexander-Arnold tells Darren Lewis that the squad has huge ambitions for the future and "wants to write our own chapter in history."
Victorious Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says that he's committed to producing a brand of football that "creates an atmosphere people will tell their grandchildren about."
Liverpool have ended their 30-year wait for a league title after they were crowned English Premier League champions on Thursday without kicking a ball.
Brazilian superstar Marta and Brazilian journalist Amanda Kestelman look back on Marta's emotional speech at the Women's World Cup one year later.
Novak Djokovic has tested positive for the coronavirus following an exhibition event he organized in Croatia. The world No. 1 confirmed that both he and his wife Jelena had also tested positive for Covid-19 upon returning home to Serbia, while his children's results were negative.
The rapper, who has teased a presidential run since 2015, posted his intentions on Twitter with the hashtag #2020VISION.
Brie Larson is Marvel's first female superhero with her own movie in 'Captain Marvel.'
Carl Reiner, the writer, actor, director and producer whose many decades' worth of credits - including "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and "The 2000-Year-Old Man" -- has died at the age of 98.
Country singer Chase Rice posted a message to his fans after backlash around his recent performance showed a large group of concertgoers squeezed together and not wearing masks.
Country singer Chase Rice is facing criticism from his own community after a concert this weekend showed a large group of attendees squeezed together and not wearing masks.
The BET Awards celebrated its 20th anniversary amid an increased focus on the Black community and culture, with several performers showing their solidarity with the protests against racism and police brutality.
Siya Kakkar, a teenage TikTok influencer with 2 million followers on the video-sharing platform, has died, according to her manager.
International supply chains, a pandemic during peak production and record sales means shelves could soon be bare at fireworks retailers across the country.
Hugh Downs, the versatile and Emmy-winning broadcaster whose decades-long TV career ranged from anchoring ABC News' "20/20" to the "Today" show tells Larry King what his most eventful years were.
Millions of out of work Americans are struggling with food insecurity. Low-income communities are especially hard hit. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports.
Two live home interviews on BBC and Sky News in England had adorable interruptions on the same day.
The reopening of the US is easing the burden on America's stressed labor market, but the economy remains in a deep recession. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
A New York appellate court vacated a temporary restraining order against Simon & Schuster, the publisher of President Donald Trump's niece, Mary Trump, upcoming tell-all book. CNN's Brian Stelter has the details on the court's decision.
Gabrielle Ellison, a bar owner in Texas who is suing the governor, defends wanting to keep her bar open despite health officials, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, encouraging Americans to stop congregating in bars.
The Pentagon's top policy official is expected to depart his post soon, according to two sources familiar with the matter. John Rood, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Pentagon, lost support among senior national security leadership and has been asked for his resignation, one of the sources said.
Bernie Sanders' national press secretary Briahna Joy Gray said the questioning of the 78-year-old Democratic presidential candidate's health and requests for further medical records "were reminiscent of a smear campaign."
During a CNN town hall in Nevada, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) addressed the need for gun reform and spoke about her "saddest day in Washington."
During a CNN town hall in Nevada, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg discusses conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh's attack on Buttigieg's sexuality.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg shared a story at the CNN Town Hall in Nevada about how he tried to use his foreign language skills to help a family caught in the middle of a protest.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
President Trump issued a series of pardons and commutations that included former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former New York City police chief Bernie Kerik and junk bond king Michael Milken. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
As counties reopen for much needed tourism dollars, state health officials urge caution while new Covid-19 cases are on the rise.
July 4th weekend plans may be impeded by severe storms and heat. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the forecast and who is impacted.
Despite having nearly 1.5 million Covid-19 cases, experts say Brazil has yet to see the worst of the pandemic. However, Brazil's second-largest city Rio de Janeiro has started to allow bars, restaurants, and gyms to reopen. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.
CNN contributor and Biology Professor at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Erin Bromage shares tips to stay safe this 4th of July weekend.
Two days after going to a crowded bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, 30-year-old Jimmy Flores woke up with a fever of 103 and chills. A week later, he was put on a breathing tube.
Peyton Chesser, a 23-year-old who caught Covid-19 as Texas began reopening, says she thinks the state reopened too quickly.
Dr. Anthony Fauci issued a dire warning during his Senate testimony, saying new coronavirus cases could rise to 100,000 per day if current trends continue.
The #StopHateforProfit campaign has a list of actions it wants Facebook to take, including the removal of content that promotes hate and misinformation. CNN's Abby Phillip reports.
Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, which is part of the #StopHateforProfit coalition, discusses the campaign's efforts to get Facebook to "address all the ways in which their platform incentivizes misinformation."
According to a new report, White supremacists are using the encrypted messaging app Telegram to post threats of violence against minority communities and Black Lives Matter protesters - threats that in some cases have translated into violence. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.
Former Xerox CEO and the first black woman CEO of a Fortune 500 company, Ursula Burns, says corporations need to diversify their boards and C-suites.
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference, the company unveiled the newest iteration of its operating system, iOS 14. See the highlights here.
Markus Braun, the Austrian tech entrepreneur who built Wirecard into one of Germany's biggest companies, has been arrested after its auditors were unable to locate $2.1 billion. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
President Donald Trump spoke to the media as he departed the White House. He spoke about the protesters that tried to tear down a statue of Andrew Jackson and the punishment that they should receive.
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