CNN legal analyst Elie Honig joins Ana Cabrera to answer viewer questions about the rights of private citizens as governors implement stronger restrictions as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.
Former Republican Communications Director on Capitol Hill Tara Setmayer criticizes President Trump for his divisive behavior and refusal not to wear a mask amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump used the backdrop of Mount Rushmore the night before the Fourth of July to deliver a speech to his base. CNN's Brian Stelter examines the message of his speech.
Healthcare workers in South Africa worry that decades of hard won gains in the battle against tuberculosis will be lost due to a new focus on coronavirus. CNN's David McKenzie reports from Cape Town.
Kimberly Guilfoyle -- the girlfriend of Donald Trump Jr. and a top fundraiser for the Trump campaign -- has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a top official for the committee she leads. CNN's Sarah Westwood reports.
Two Aurora, Colorado, police officers involved in taking selfie photographs at the memorial site for Elijah McClain and an officer who failed to alert supervisors about the photos have been fired, according to Interim Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Wilson. CNN's Omar Jimenez has more.
Gerry Schappals, a 102-year-old woman in New Hampshire, survived the 1918 influenza pandemic, both breast cancer and colon cancer and Covid-19. CNN's Gary Tuchman reports.
A Southern California man who tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party expressed his fear and regret a day before he died. CNN's Kate Bolduan speaks with his niece.
At least four people are injured after a shooting in the Riverchase Galleria mall in Hoover, Alabama, according to Hoover Police Lt. Keith Czeskleba.
At least eight Secret Service agents are stuck at a hotel in Phoenix, some suffering the flu-like coronavirus symptoms after coming down with the disease while preparing for a visit by Vice President Mike Pence, two people familiar with the matter say. CNN's Pamela Brown has more.
Vehicles cross over to Mexico at the Gateway International Bridge, Friday, March 20, 2020, in Brownsville, Texas. President Donald Trump announced Friday the U.S.-Mexico border will be closed to nonessential travel to further help stem the spread of the coronavirus. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh visits the set of the new film "The Outpost," which is based on Jake Tapper's best-selling book about the Battle of Kamdesh in Afghanistan.
CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to Brooke Baldwin about the new movie, "The Outpost," which is based on his best-selling 2012 book about the Battle of Kamdesh in Afghanistan.
Dr. Celine Gounder called the Independence Day celebration at Mount Rushmore, which President Trump is attending, "beyond irresponsible" as coronavirus cases increase in the US. The event will not require masks or social distancing.
President Trump continues to falsely suggest that the coronavirus is under control in the United States. Health experts have repeatedly contradicted this false claim.
International supply chains, a pandemic during peak production and record sales means shelves could soon be bare at fireworks retailers across the country.
Comedian D.L. Hughley talks with CNN's John Berman about his recovery from coronavirus, and explains what lead up to him passing out and collapsing during one of his performances.
CNN's Jeff Zeleny speaks to longtime Republicans in Florida who say they will not vote for President Donald Trump in November because of his response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Fort Hood Pfc. Vanessa Guillen was bludgeoned to death with a hammer in the armory room where she worked, an attorney for Guillen's family said.
Despite a surge in coronavirus cases, President Trump will head to Mt. Rushmore for a Fourth of July celebration where no masks or social distancing will be required. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Millions of young adults moved back in with their parents in March and April, as layoffs hit their incomes and lockdowns made shared urban apartments feel crunched. CNN's Clare Sebastian reports on how that shift could have a long term impact on the real estate industry.
The United States, the world leader in Covid-19 infections and deaths, is reeling from an out-of-control resurgence of the virus that is racking up record numbers of 50,000-plus new infections each day now. CNN's Boris Sanchez reports.
CNN's Ivan Watson interviews Hong Kong Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng, who says that the controversial national security law enacted July 1 and drafted by China's National People's Congress will be a "clean break" for Hong Kongers as it will not apply retroactively.
CNN's Chris Cillizza explains how an online right-wing conspiracy theory is targeting movie stars and Trump opponents, like Hillary Clinton and former President Barack Obama.
A Catholic priest in Indiana has been suspended from public ministry following an incendiary church bulletin that likened protesters to "maggots and parasites."
CNN's Kate Bolduan interviews actor Adam Perry, who's been battling coronavirus symptoms for more than 100 days and has a message for Americans as the US continues to reopen its economy.
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.
Tim Tarpley's parents died from Covid-19 minutes apart from each other while holding hands after being married for 53 years. He talked to CNN's Chris Cuomo about what the loss has been like for him and his family.