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Chaos rocks Trump White House on virus' most tragic day

8 Apr 2020 09:08

11 times Donald Trump downplayed the coronavirus

7 Apr 2020 16:58

President Donald Trump has consistently underplayed the severity of the coronavirus and its impact on the country over the past few months. And who has comes to his defense? Vice President Mike Pence! Chris Cillizza runs through some of the top moments President Trump has belittled the threat of coronavirus.

US infections near 400,000 | UK sources ventilators from US

Almost 60% of passengers on board Antarctic cruise ship have coronavirus

8 Apr 2020 06:07

Australian and New Zealand passengers will be evacuated from a stricken Antarctic cruise ship Thursday, after almost 60% of those on board tested positive for the coronavirus.

Dr. Fauci predicts when kids will return to school in the United States

8 Apr 2020 00:01

Dr. Anthony Fauci responds to a question about when parents can expect children to return to school.

Chinese billionaire who criticized Xi Jinping over coronavirus under investigation

8 Apr 2020 06:15

A Chinese billionaire who criticized President Xi Jinping's handling of the coronavirus epidemic has been placed under investigation, Beijing authorities said in a brief statement Tuesday.

Biden describes phone call with Trump amid pandemic

8 Apr 2020 03:00

Former Vice President Joe Biden said he told President Donald Trump the federal response to the novel coronavirus pandemic is "about taking responsibility" in their phone call about the outbreak.

Boris Johnson is 'stable' in ICU amid questions about who's running the UK

8 Apr 2020 10:16

Cuomo to Dr. Gupta: I have a fever for 20 hours a day, it's depressing

8 Apr 2020 02:09

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks to Dr. Sanjay Gupta about his recent coronavirus symptoms and how he's been managing his illness at home.

China lifts 76-day lockdown on Wuhan as city reemerges from coronavirus crisis

8 Apr 2020 09:12

John Prine, influential singer-songwriter, dies at 73

8 Apr 2020 07:06

John Prine, the raspy-voiced singer-songwriter whose homespun, witty and insightful country-folk tunes influenced legions of musicians in a career that spanned five decades, died Tuesday at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. He was 73.

Worst cyclone in years hits South Pacific

7 Apr 2020 17:03

Vanuatu has been hit by cyclone Harold, one of the strongest recorded storms to ever hit the tiny Pacific nation.

China to release tourist 'blacklist' after Great Wall vandalized on re-opening day

7 Apr 2020 09:10

Officials in China are hoping the threat of public shaming will prevent tourists from defacing the country's most famous icon -- the Great Wall.

Coronavirus may be giving Beijing an opening in the South China Sea

8 Apr 2020 09:11

WeWork sues SoftBank for bailing on $3 billion share buyout agreed to in October

8 Apr 2020 06:23

WeWork is suing SoftBank for abandoning a $3 billion share buyout and accusing the Japanese company of inventing reasons to back out of the plan, as financial pressure mounts and the Covid-19 pandemic worsens.

Van Jones: Start screaming this to the black community

7 Apr 2020 17:59

CNN's Van Jones weighs in on the disparity in deaths within black communities in the US due to the coronavirus pandemic.

'This is ridiculous': Wisconsin holds its primary election in the middle of a pandemic

8 Apr 2020 02:37

Acting Navy Secretary resigns after this audio leaked

7 Apr 2020 21:59

Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly resigned a day after leaked audio revealed he called the ousted commander of the USS Theodore Roosevelt "stupid" in an address to the ship's crew.

Tesla furloughs staff and slashes salaries as Covid-19 pandemic worsens

8 Apr 2020 09:56

Tesla is telling staff to brace for pay cuts and furloughs as the Covid-19 pandemic disrupts operations and cripples demand.

New York City reports more than 800 Covid-19 deaths in 1 day

8 Apr 2020 06:40

The number of deaths from the novel coronavirus continued to reach grim milestones, with more than 800 fatalities reported in New York City, according to city health officials. CNN's Nick Watt has the latest.

A real life 'Contagion': Humans may be to blame for viruses jumping from animals to us

7 Apr 2020 23:07

• Study: Covid-19 death rates higher in countries with bad air pollution

Millions of jobs are at risk as fashion and luxury sales fall off a cliff

8 Apr 2020 07:48

The retail industry has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, and much of the destruction has landed on luxury and fashion companies.

New WH press secretary downplayed Covid-19 threat in past

8 Apr 2020 02:44

CNN's Don Lemon rolls tape of new White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany downplaying the threat of the coronavirus pandemic in recent interviews.

Right-wing media suggests coronavirus death toll is inflated, despite experts saying the opposite

8 Apr 2020 03:41

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UK 'dashboard' may be significantly under-reporting deaths

7 Apr 2020 19:47

The UK's daily death toll updates for Covid-19 could be underreporting the true number by a significant margin, according to government numbers published Tuesday.

Cuomo gives Don Lemon an update on his coronavirus battle

8 Apr 2020 08:19

CNN's Chris Cuomo gives an update on his battle with coronavirus to Don Lemon, who urges him to put his health first.

Covid-19 death rate rises in counties with high air pollution, study says

7 Apr 2020 23:36

You are more likely to die from Covid-19 if you live in a county in the United States with higher levels of long-term air pollution, according to new research released Tuesday by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Ecuador is using cardboard coffins to cope with Covid-19

7 Apr 2020 12:23

The city of Guayaquil, Ecuador is struggling with the rate of Covid-19 deaths. The government is having to distribute cardboard coffins to meet demands. CNN's Matt Rivers reports.

'Colonial mentality': French doctors' proposal to test Covid-19 cure in Africa slammed

7 Apr 2020 14:37

World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has condemned controversial comments made by French doctors about testing a Covid-19 potential treatment first in Africa, calling the remarks a "hangover from a colonial mentality."

60,000-year-old underwater forest uncovered, and it may help pioneer new medicines

8 Apr 2020 06:10

Nearly 60,000 years ago, as prehistoric humans just started venturing out of Africa, a forest of cypress trees grew on the banks of a river near the Gulf of Mexico. As the trees grew old, they fell and were buried under sediment. When the sea level rose, the remains of the forest were covered once again.

Why official rushed to McDonald's with $3.4M for medical supplies

7 Apr 2020 19:12

Illinois state comptroller Susana Mendoza described her state's race to get medical supplies during the coronavirus pandemic, comparing it to the "wild-wild west."

WhatsApp tightens limits on message forwarding to counter coronavirus misinformation

7 Apr 2020 18:07

WhatsApp is trying to stem the rapid spread of coronavirus misinformation by placing new limits on the number of times a forwarded message can be shared simultaneously.

The Supreme Court is tipping the scales toward Trump's reelection

7 Apr 2020 23:46

Make no mistake -- the conservative justices on the US Supreme Court are making decisions now that could influence the outcome of the November election. And the ongoing public health crisis consuming the lives of most Americans is just the cover they need.

Watch Matthew McConaughey host virtual bingo for seniors

8 Apr 2020 02:42

Bingo night got a little more interesting at a senior living facility outside Austin, Texas, when actor Matthew McConaughey virtually hosted the game for all the residents.

The world's most powerful passports in the age of coronavirus

7 Apr 2020 08:02

Just a couple of months ago, the world was enjoying greater freedom of movement than at any time in history.

Why some people of color say they won't wear homemade masks

7 Apr 2020 17:31

Opera singer Andrea Bocelli will perform live on Easter from Italy's empty Duomo Cathedral

7 Apr 2020 22:58

Like most churches this Easter, the historic Duomo Cathedral in Milan, Italy, will be closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.

For delivery workers, the paychecks are bigger than ever. So are the risks

7 Apr 2020 16:04

During the coronavirus pandemic, companies like Instacart, Uber Eats and DoorDash have seen a surge in demand. For delivery workers, that means more gigs, more money -- and a greater risk of exposure.

A Texas woman was arrested for threatening to spread coronavirus, police say

8 Apr 2020 05:35

An 18-year-old Texas woman was arrested Tuesday after she claimed to be "willfully spreading" coronavirus in a series of Snapchat videos, Carrollton police said.

Kayleigh McEnany set to become fourth Trump press secretary

7 Apr 2020 22:04

The White House's communications staff got a shakeup Tuesday with the announcement that Kayleigh McEnany, the Trump 2020 campaign's press secretary and high-profile Republican communicator, is joining the team as the Trump administration's fourth White House press secretary.

A clinic in Pennsylvania is bringing the Amish drive-through coronavirus testing for their horse and buggies

8 Apr 2020 09:29

A small clinic in central Pennsylvania has set up drive-through coronavirus testing that accommodates horse and buggies for its local Amish and Mennonite communities.

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard launched a virtual camp for kids. Now they are hiring camp counselors

8 Apr 2020 08:04

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard's brand, Hello Bello, is looking to hire camp counselors for their newly launched virtual kids camp.

Man installs portable sinks to protect homeless

7 Apr 2020 22:21

Terence Lester, the founder of nonprofit "Love Beyond Walls," has made it his mission to give those suffering from homelessness in Atlanta the ability to wash their hands during the coronavirus pandemic.

Nuclear bomb tests helped determine the ages of whale sharks for the first time

7 Apr 2020 19:41

We know that whale sharks are the largest fish in the seas, reaching up to nearly 60 feet in length. But that's one of the few things we know about the endangered species.

Your child can become an astronaut and explore space from home with NASA

8 Apr 2020 08:31

After a few weeks of coronavirus quarantine, your home and backyard and even your neighborhood may feel a little smaller than it once did -- especially if you have children.

Scientists find massive 'silly string' creature in deep sea

7 Apr 2020 15:40

Scientists at the Schmidt Ocean Institute captured footage of a massive siphonophore in the Indian Ocean.

Coronavirus lockdown could give online education a lasting boost in India

8 Apr 2020 09:10

Schools around the world have closed their doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, leaving more than 1.5 billion children stuck at home. While it's a great inconvenience for many, it has created a spike in demand for online learning.

Coping with disease and disability in the time of coronavirus

8 Apr 2020 08:16

Sassy Outwater-Wright has fought off cancer three times in the last 33 years, losing most of her eyesight to a rare form of the disease at the age of three.

How people are killing time while in quarantine

3 Apr 2020 01:22

Quarantine videos take the internet by storm, from Jack Black to horseplay. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the best of them.

The Australian architects designing homes to withstand bushfires

8 Apr 2020 04:53

With a warming climate making bushfires increasingly likely, Australia's architects say it's more important than ever to design houses that stand a chance against the flames.