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Detroit hospital workers say people are dying in the ER hallways before help can arrive

Detroit hospitals are in dire need as ventilators and bed space become scarce due to Covid-19. Two people have died while waiting in emergency room hallways. CNN's Ryan Young reports.

Woman takes third job at assisted living facility to spend time with quarantined mother

Janie Kasse tells HLN's Christie Paul that her decision to take on a third job at her mother's nursing home was a "no brainer" so they could spend time together amid restricted visitations due to the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for April 9: Election 2020, coronavirus, WHO, Syria

Bernie Sanders has dropped out of the 2020 race for president. Take a look back at the most memorable moments from his second presidential campaign.

A grocery clerk with cerebral palsy died of coronavirus. She had kept working to help seniors

Zenobia Shepherd remembers her 27-year-old daughter, Leilani, who kept working her job at a grocery store because she wanted to help people, but ultimately died after contracting Covid-19.

Masks for the People seeks to raise $1 million for coronavirus relief

W. Kamau Bell and Pastor Mike McBride team up to raise money for humanitarian efforts in the black community as an alarming rate of Black Americans die from coronavirus.

What California is doing right in responding to the coronavirus pandemic

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.

5 things to know for April 8: Coronavirus, White House, health, Navy, stimulus bill

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.

New Orleans convened a death care task force and released guidelines on handling coronavirus victims

The US Surgeon General says African Americans face a higher risk of coronavirus. CNN's Ed Lavandera spoke to a New Orleans physician to help better understand that racial disparity.

Scientists uncover a 60,000-year-old forest underwater and think its preserved trees may help pioneer new medicines

Researchers are testing new bacteria discovered in a 60,000-year-old submarine forest in hopes that one day it will lead to new drug treatments.

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

After saying masks were only for the sick or those tending the sick, the CDC now recommends that everyone voluntarily use a face covering. Here's why.

5 things to know for April 7: Coronavirus, elections, health, terrorism, Pell case

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers ordered a suspension of Ohio state's primary election just one day before it was scheduled to take place.

5 things to know for April 7: Coronavirus, elections, health, terrorism, Pell case

Cardinal George Pell has been freed from prison after Australia's High Court unanimously overturned his conviction on five counts of historical child sex abuse. CNN's Anna Coren has the details.

5 things to know for April 7: Coronavirus, elections, health, terrorism, Pell case

The severe weather threat will stretch from the Great Lakes towards the Mid-Atlantic this evening with the greatest threat coming in the forms of damaging wind gusts and large hail. CNN Weather has been tracking and Meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the latest forecast.

Cook County Jail reports first detainee death from coronavirus

CNN has obtained video from inside Alabama state prisons where inmates are pleading for help amid the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Jake Tapper reports.

Los Angeles crime plunges during the coronavirus stay at home order

Here's a look at three iconic Los Angeles travel destinations that have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean's body found by divers

The search for two members of the Kennedy family -- Maeve Kennedy McKean and her son, Gideon -- was suspended 26 hours after they were reported missing in the Chesapeake Bay near Annapolis, Maryland, the Coast Guard said. CNN affiliate WJZ reports.

This nurse demonstrates just how fast germs spread even if you're wearing gloves

Former emergency room nurse Molly Lixey made a video to demonstrate how easy it is to cross-contaminate while you wear gloves.

A fire at a Florida airport destroyed more than 3,500 rental cars

A fire at a rental car overflow lot near a Florida airport destroyed more than 3,500 cars.

He recovered from the coronavirus and now his plasma donation could save the lives of others

Jason Garcia, a California man who was diagnosed with coronavirus and recovered, has donated his plasma to try to help others fighting the disease. CNN's Paul Vercammen reports.

A tiger at the Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus

Nadia, a 4-year-old female Malayan tiger, has tested positive for the coronavirus and is expected to recover, according to the US Department of Agriculture and Wildlife Conservation Society's Bronx Zoo.

Churches hold Palm Sunday services despite state bans on gatherings

CNN's Victor Blackwell speaks with Pastor Tony Spell, who has decided to keep his Louisiana church open as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread in the US.

Tom Dempsey, NFL kicker who set a record for the longest field goal, dies of coronavirus

Tom Dempsey, a journeyman NFL kicker who despite missing the toes on his right foot set a field goal record that stood for more than four decades, has died of coronavirus, according to reports.

This nurse demonstrates just how fast germs spread even if you're wearing gloves

From cleaning your home to buying groceries, this is how we can practice social distancing and stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Sit down, Jake Gyllenhaal. Lolo Jones just won the Tom Holland handstand challenge

Three-time Olympian Lolo Jones just crushed Jake Gyllenhaal and Tom Holland in their own social media challenge.

A bobblehead of Dr. Fauci will help pay to produce masks for health workers

The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum has made a bobblehead of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert.

Mayor of Georgia coastal town assails governor's 'reckless mandate' to reopen the state's beaches

The Tybee Island city council voted to close the beaches on March 20, but Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp issued a statewide shelter-in-place executive order which supersedes all local orders relating to coronavirus -- and also opened up the state's beaches.

A classic 'Twilight Zone' episode warns us how not to behave during a pandemic

The classic 1960 "Twilight Zone" episode "The Monsters are due on Maple Street" charts a suburban street's descent into chaos caused by an unseen threat.

A New York woman played her husband their wedding song on FaceTime as he passed away from coronavirus

CNN's Erin Burnett speaks to Maura Lewinger about her last moments with her husband, Joe, who died from coronavirus at 42-years-old.

Detroit bus driver dies from coronavirus days after making angry video about coughing passenger

A bus driver in Detroit shared a video expressing his frustration with a passenger who was not taking proper precautions to prevent the spread of any illnesses. Days later, that bus driver, Jason Hargrove, died.

This nurse demonstrates just how fast germs spread even if you're wearing gloves

People around the world are being asked to practice social distancing. These guidelines can show you how to do it safely.

Man uses $900 from savings to buy gas for more than 50 Detroit nurses

Michigan resident Allen Marshall used $900 he'd been saving to buy gas for Detroit nurses during the coronavirus pandemic. Michigan is one of the hardest-hit states in the pandemic, according to Johns Hopkins University.

A day in the life of one emergency doctor in a New York hospital during coronavirus

Doctors at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York documented their daily lives fighting on the front line during the Covid-19 pandemic.

5 things to know for April 3: Coronavirus, health, economy, election, Zoom

CNN's Lisa Ling speaks to former presidential candidate Andrew Yang about a recent rise in hostility and racism toward Asians amid the coronavirus pandemic. Watch the full CNN Go There episode on Facebook.

5 things to know for April 3: Coronavirus, health, economy, election, Zoom

A slow moving cold front is bringing snow to areas of the Midwest and severe storms to areas of Texas. Temperatures are plummeting behind this system.

How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot for coronavirus

A rural county in southwestern Georgia has emerged as an unlikely coronavirus hotspot. CNN's Dianne Gallagher reports that Georgia health officials believe a quarter of the state's 5,400 cases may have started at two funerals in the city of Albany.

EMTs in New York instructed not to bring cardiac arrest patients to hospital if no pulse is found after administering CPR

Nurses in New York made passionate pleas for more protective equipment while they treat patients amid the coronavirus pandemic.

A waitress couldn't pay her rent, and then a stranger came forward

After CNN shared the story of Shujana Anthony, who was laid off from her job and unable to pay her rent, a viewer reached out and offered to pay Anthony's rent for her. CNN's Erin Burnett shares the news with Anthony live on air.

5 things to know for April 3: Coronavirus, health, economy, election, Zoom

CNN's Jake Tapper speaks to chief medical officer Dr. Robert Hart about a spike in Louisiana's coronavirus cases. Louisiana reported more than 2,700 new cases of coronavirus and 37 new deaths.

How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot for coronavirus

Scott Steiner, President and CEO of Phoebe Putney Health System tells CNN's Kate Bolduan how his hospital in the small town of Albany, Georgia, has been handling the sudden surge of coronavirus cases in the area.

ER doctor in New York details dire supply shortages from the front lines of the coronavirus fight

See the frontlines of New York City's emergency medical response to the coronavirus. We speak to an emergency room doctor who shares the experience of working with limited and dwindling supplies, and details the concerns of the city's first medical responders.

Cruise ships with hundreds of sick passengers to arrive off Florida coast early Thursday

Amy Weeds Jones is pleading with authorities to allow her ailing parents to leave Holland America's Zaandam cruise ship as it attempts to dock in Florida.

Engineer accused of crashing train said he was 'suspicious' of nearby coronavirus relief ship, Justice Department says

A train engineer has been charged after allegedly admitting to intentionally crashing a train near a US Navy hospital ship that he said was "suspicious."

New England Patriots team plane flying 1.2 million N95 masks from China to help ease coronavirus shortages

Coy Wire talks about how the New England Patriots plane brought over one million N95 masks from China to Massachusetts, Rangers player Shin-Soo Choo donated money to minor leaguers and the New Orleans Saints are ready for the NFL Draft.

5 things to know for April 2: Coronavirus, health, guns, NASA, Daniel Pearl

Spring warmth in the Northern Plains freezes as a winter storm pushes into the region. Some areas could even expect up to a foot of new snow. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

An ER doctor dies in his husband's arms a week after first coronavirus symptoms

CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with the husband and a friend of Dr. Frank Gabrin, an ER doctor who died within a week of contracting coronavirus after treating patients.

5 things to know for April 2: Coronavirus, health, guns, NASA, Daniel Pearl

Panama is taking a new -- if somewhat unorthodox — measure to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus: separation of the sexes. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

Ellis Marsalis Jr., pianist, educator and patriarch of legendary musical family, dies of complications from coronavirus

Ellis Marsalis Jr., a New Orleans jazz legend, educator and father of four musical sons died, Ellis Marsalis Center for Music Director Emeritus Quint Davis told CNN. He was 85 years old.

ER doctor in New York details dire supply shortages from the front lines of the coronavirus fight

Go There talks to Dr. Calvin Sun, a New York City emergency room doctor, who details the dire shortages healthcare workers are facing while fighting on the front lines of the Covid-19 pandemic.

5 things to know for April 1: Coronavirus, census, prisons, election, Venezuela

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden said President Donald Trump should have taken more initiative in the past to slow the coronavirus outbreak and should utilize more resources available through the Defense Production Act.

Morgues and funeral homes in New York City say they are overwhelmed and the death toll keeps climbing

During a coronavirus task force briefing at the White House, Dr. Deborah Birx explains how social distancing will help lower the number of deaths from the coronavirus.

From cupcakes to candles, you can now find Dr. Anthony Fauci's face on everything

Grateful New Yorkers are clapping from windows and balconies to thank workers battling Covid -19. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

The timetable for a coronavirus vaccine is 18 months. Experts say that's risky

CNN's Drew Griffin explains why early testing is key in combating the spread of Covid-19 and points to South Korea's low death rate as an example of its importance.

5 things to know for April 1: Coronavirus, census, prisons, election, Venezuela

ABC's and ESPN's debut of 'The Last Dance' is being moved from June to April 19, ESPN confirmed, giving fans some good news considering the coronavirus pandemic has forced sports to halt globally. HLN's Andy Scholes reports.

A woman trained her dog to deliver groceries to a neighbor with health problems

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Colorado woman Karen Eveleth trained her dog Sunny to help deliver groceries to her neighbor who relies on oxygen to breath.

5 things to know for March 31: Coronavirus, health, economy, trans rights, Hungary

A spring break for warmth for parts of the South will be ushered in by a line of storms today which will produce strong winds and possibly hail or an isolated tornado. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the timing and how long this cooler weather will last.

Man awaiting liver transplant gets some hope during coronavirus outbreak

A man born with a rare liver disease was told he may have weeks to live when his uncle was no longer able to donate his liver after the coronavirus pandemic put elective surgeries on hold. CNN's Randi Kaye has more.

A Minnesota trooper pulled over a doctor for speeding. Then he gave her his N95 medical masks

A Minnesota state trooper moved a doctor to tears when he turned what should have been a speeding ticket into a heartwarming act of kindness. CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks with the doctor.

A woman got to say goodbye to her mother over FaceTime before she died thanks to a nurse at this Washington hospital

Michelle Bennett talks to CNN's Brooke Baldwin about the moments leading up to her mother's death. Bennett's mom was diagnosed with Covid-19 and the family wasn't able to visit due to the risk of infection.

Police arrest Florida pastor for holding church services despite stay-at-home order

An evangelical pastor in Florida was arrested after holding a large church service despite a stay-at-home order.

Police arrest Florida pastor for holding church services despite stay-at-home order

A pastor of a Tampa church has been arrested for holding large services despite a "safer-at-home" order in Hillsborough county.

The doctor in the viral photo with his son behind glass has lost his home to a tornado

Dr. Jared Burks, who went viral after posting a photo of himself touching the hand of his son through a glass door while on quarantine, has lost his home to a tornado.

Inside a Brooklyn hospital that is overwhelmed with Covid-19 patients and deaths

CNN's Miguel Marquez gets an exclusive look inside a New York City hospital where doctors and staff are working tirelessly to save coronavirus patients.

5 things to know for March 30: Coronavirus, strikes, trades probe, China, North Korea

CNN's Fareed Zakaria gives his take on why the US has struggled to mount an effective response to the coronavirus pandemic. ​

5 things to know for March 30: Coronavirus, strikes, trades probe, China, North Korea

We are already into the second week of spring and winter still has a grip on both the Northeast and Northwest. In between, as with the seasons, is a severe threat down into the Gulf Coast. CNN Weather has been monitoring and meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

CBS journalist Maria Mercader dies at 54 of coronavirus

Dan Rather remembers his co-worker, CBS News producer and talent executive Maria Mercader, who died at the age of 54 from Covid-19.

Country music star Joe Diffie dies of complications from coronavirus

Country music singer Joe Diffie has died of complications associated with Covid-19, his publicist says.

Florida coronavirus checkpoints screen for motorists from hardest-hit areas

CNN's John King examines whether the US efforts to flatten the curve of novel coronavirus cases are working.

New York's Central Park and harbor are now home to makeshift hospitals

CNN's Shimon Prokupecz goes inside the 1,000-bed makeshift field hospital erected to treat coronavirus patients at the Javits Convention Center in New York City.

Joseph Lowery, civil rights leader, dies at 98

Civil rights leader Rev. Joseph Lowery shares his memories of the 1963 March on Washington in a 2013 interview with CNN's Fredricka Whitfield.

What it's like for health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic

As healthcare workers across the country become sick with Covid-19, doctors and nurses tell CNN they are worried about the lack of proper protective equipment. Drew Griffin reports.

Cruise ships with hundreds of sick passengers to arrive off Florida coast early Thursday

Holland America Line said four guests have died while on its Zaandam cruise ship as it heads towards a port in Florida. Over a dozen other ships are still at sea.

The Good Stuff: Aquarium puppies, a Zoom wedding and a flower photo swap

Adoptable puppies from the Atlanta Humane Society explore the Georgia Aquarium as it remains closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for March 27: Coronavirus, health, Israel, Venezuela, Russia

CT imaging from George Washington University Hospital shows the effects of Covid-19 on the lungs of a 59-year old man. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19.

Some Nebraska schools are donating their 3D printers to make supplies for a hospital

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation co-founder Bill Gates says that the US should shutdown the entire country for a short period of time to control the spread of the coronavirus and predicts that the number of cases will peak in late April.

Social distancing doesn't have to doom your weekends. We have ideas

During a CNN town hall, doctors answered your questions about the novel coronavirus, quarantines, hand sanitizer and more. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

NBA player Karl-Anthony Towns says his mother is in a coma and urges people to take Covid-19 seriously

Minnesota Timberwolves player Karl-Anthony Towns said his mother has been put into a medically induced coma after being admitted to a hospital with coronavirus symptoms. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

From weddings to funerals, the coronavirus is canceling life's biggest moments and leaving families heartbroken

Covid-19 is restricting group gatherings, forcing couples to cancel their weddings—and strangling the small businesses that make them possible. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

Peyton Manning crashes an online class at the University of Tennessee

NFL legend Peyton Manning surprised students by joining an online Zoom class at his alma mater, the University of Tennessee.

Social distancing doesn't have to doom your weekends. We have ideas

The Weinbergs are living in the epicenter of New York's Coronavirus outbreak. See how they're coping with daily life. Watch the latest videos on Covid-19. 

A coronavirus patient left a touching message for hospital staff after he was discharged from the ICU

While a man was being treated in isolation for Covid-19, his caregivers at the Cleveland Clinic left him messages on his room's glass door. After his recent discharge, he left a heartfelt message for them.

Michelle Obama describes her family's daily routine during their coronavirus self-quarantine

Michelle Obama told Ellen DeGeneres that with their daughters home from college, the Obama family is trying to establish a routine during their coronavirus self-quarantine.

5 things to know for March 27: Coronavirus, health, Israel, Venezuela, Russia

CNN fact-checker Daniel Dale says President Donald Trump's latest White House coronavirus task force press conference was a "barrage of false claims."

Library of Congress honors Mister Rogers, Dr. Dre and the Village People

Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, and The Village People were among the musicians inducted into the Library of Congress' National Recording Registry, which preserves recordings for their significance to the American soundscape.

5 things to know for March 27: Coronavirus, health, Israel, Venezuela, Russia

Out of an abundance of caution, a Pennsylvania grocery store co-owner says they threw away thousands of dollars of food after a woman purposefully coughed on them. HLN's Robin Meade reports.

5 things to know for March 26: Coronavirus, economy, Dems, cruise, Great Barrier Reef

Dr. Anthony Fauci tells CNN's Chris Cuomo how he's able to stay "cautiously optimistic" while dealing with the global coronavirus pandemic, adding that he expects the world will see the virus again.

5 things to know for March 26: Coronavirus, economy, Dems, cruise, Great Barrier Reef

What is it like to live in NYC now? CNN's Jeanne Moos delivers postcards from New York.

Falwell says concerns about students returning to Liberty University are overblown

Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. responds to reports that say the school has reopened to students.

How to feed the hungry, protect health professionals, aid refugees and support service workers during the pandemic

CNN's Impact Your World has ways you can help those who need it most during the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

The South will be going from extremely wet to record-breaking heat. Dozens of heat records could be beat with temperatures soaring to nearly 20 degrees above average into the weekend. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

New York Gov. Cuomo says social distancing efforts are working to slow coronavirus

Social distancing efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus in New York are showing signs that they are working, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

Democratic candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden talks to CNN's Jake Tapper about how he believes President Donald Trump should let the experts and scientists do the talking about coronavirus.

New Orleans-area coronavirus cases see alarming spike as governor requests major disaster declaration

New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell talks with CNN's Erin Burnett about the alarming spike of coronavirus cases in the New Orleans area.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

Veteran member of International Olympic Committee Dick Pound and the world's faster marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge discuss the postponement of the Tokyo games

Students navigate uncharted territory as pandemic forces education online

College across the US are resorting to virtual teaching methods, such as online classes for students, in a nationwide effort to contain coronavirus outbreaks.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

Senate Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) announces an economic stimulus plan, which he says will help Americans deal with the coronavirus pandemic as well a stabilize small businesses during a lag in the economy.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

Nancy Pelosi discusses President Trump's call to re-open the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for March 25: White House, coronavirus, Olympics, Dems, Mozambique

CNN's Kaitlin Collins pressed President Donald Trump on his comments about hoping to re-open the US by Easter, a date that few health experts believe will be sufficient in containing the spread of coronavirus.

New Orleans-area coronavirus cases see alarming spike as governor requests major disaster declaration

Paul Van Zyl, co-founder and chief creative officer of London club The Conduit, discusses the impact of the coronavirus on the hospitality industry.

New Orleans-area coronavirus cases see alarming spike as governor requests major disaster declaration

Health workers in Madrid, Spain, are resorting to increasingly desperate measures as the coronavirus pandemic strains the country's health system to breaking point. CNN's Scott McLean reports.

Doctor who survived Ebola details a harrowing day in the ER. Coronavirus scares him

Fiona Lowenstein, 26, thought she could ride out the Coronavirus at home, but ended up with difficulty breathing and had to spend 2 nights in the hospital.

5 things to know for March 24: Coronavirus, health, economy, PG&E, insanity plea

The coronavirus is disrupting nearly all aspects of life, but for some the severity of the pandemic didn't set in until it hit close to home. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports some Americans are operating as if there is no outbreak at all.

Americans turned to fun and creative ways to stay sane while social distancing this weekend

Determined not to allow coronavirus ruin their big day in October, a New York City couple abruptly asked a friend to officiate their wedding from a 4th story window on a street in Washington Heights.

Connecticut man who died of coronavirus delivered last rites by phone

The coronavirus pandemic and quarantine have changed the way many people worship. Rev. Peter Walsh describes performing last rites over the phone for a parishioner in quarantine.

A doctor is 3D printing face masks to help meet the desperate need for protective gear

A New York couple has transformed their 3D printing business into an assembly line for desperately needed medical supplies. CNN's Evan McMorris-Santoro reports.

NYC hospitals could run out of needed supplies by next week, mayor says

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio says he is concerned the city's public hospitals may only have enough supplies for another week.

5 things to know for March 23: Coronavirus, Olympics, Colombia, 2020 vote, weather

During a White House task force briefing, Vice President Mike Pence described his coronavirus test as a "kind of invasive" and "not comfortable" experience.

Americans turned to fun and creative ways to stay sane while social distancing this weekend

Rita Wilson, the actress, singer and wife of Tom Hanks is currently under self-quarantine after contracting the coronavirus, to keep herself from going "stir crazy" she posted this video to Instagram.

5 things to know for February 13: Coronavirus, Justice, 2020 Dems, Israel, oil spill

Ecovative is growing alternatives to plastic out of mycelium, the root structure of mushrooms. The company says it can make building materials, packaging and potentially even foods that are sustainable and compostable.

Your tips for staying positive in these anxious times

A brother and sister in Columbus, Ohio, held an impromptu porch concert for their neighbor, who is self-isolating to protect herself from coronavirus.

People are being encouraged to put up Christmas lights to spread cheer while they're social distancing

Many are relighting their holiday decorations in an effort to brighten up their days in isolation

5 things to know for March 20: Coronavirus, economy, Dems, Richard Burr, New Delhi

A New Jersey woman and three of her children died from coronavirus, and two other relatives are in critical condition, a family member said. Another relative has the virus and is in stable condition. CNN's Chris Cuomo speaks with members of the family.

5 things to know for March 20: Coronavirus, economy, Dems, Richard Burr, New Delhi

Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr and his wife sold as much as $1.7 million in stock last month ahead of the sharp market decline that's resulted from the novel coronavirus global pandemic, according to Senate documents.

California orders its nearly 40 million residents to stay home to prevent the spread of coronavirus

People around the world are finding creative ways to help others as we all grapple with the current pandemic.

Severe storms and tornadoes in Texas damage homes and property

Today ushers in the first day of Spring and it also brings extreme weather for different regions in the US. Severe storms including tornadoes for the Midwest and a winter storm with a blizzard for parts of the Intermountain West and Plains. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

These states have some of the most drastic restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has rocked the hospitality and service industries, abruptly leaving thousands across the country with no income. CNN's Jason Carroll reports.

Distilleries are making hand sanitizer with their in-house alcohol and giving it out for free to combat coronavirus

Distilleries are stepping in to help combat the hand sanitizer shortage by using the alcohol in their facilities to create their own alcohol-based solutions. CNN's Don Lemon speaks with Jon Poteet and Ryan Ruelos, co-owners of Shine Distillery & Grill, about their efforts in Portland, Oregon.

A mom and a minister are recovering from coronavirus. One of them barely felt sick

Two Americans battling coronavirus share their stories with CNN's Erin Burnett as the number of virus cases increases throughout the country.

Why NBA players can get coronavirus tests but regular Americans are struggling to

During a press briefing a reporter asked President Trump why asymptomatic NBA players were able to get early access to the coronavirus tests that others exhibiting symptoms are still waiting to obtain.

5.7 magnitude earthquake in Utah knocks out power to thousands and diverts flights

Thousands of Salt Lake City residents lost power after their city was hit by a 5.7 earthquake, Utah's strongest tremor since 1992. CNN affiliate KUTV has more.

What is and isn't allowed during a 'shelter-in-place' order

San Francisco's streets are empty and residents are largely staying indoors as a shelter-in-place order goes into effect to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

5 things to know for March 18: Election 2020, coronavirus, China, White House

Another storm is headed Into the southern Plains and over 11 million from Dallas, Texas towards the Dakotas . CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for March 18: Election 2020, coronavirus, China, White House

Jennifer Haller, who is one of the first people to participate in a volunteer Covid-19 vaccination program, talks with CNN's Chris Cuomo about why she decided to take the chance.

A coronavirus patient refused to quarantine, so deputies are surrounding his house to force him to

Kentucky governor Andy Beshear ordered Nelson County sheriff's deputies to forcibly quarantine a coronavirus patient after they refused to self-isolate.

These states have some of the most drastic restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus

New York mayor Bill de Blasio tells New Yorkers to prepare for the possibility of a shelter-in-place order, but Governor Andrew Cuomo doesn't think that would work.

5 things to know for March 18: Election 2020, coronavirus, China, White House

CNN political forecaster Harry Enten looks at key numbers in the wake of the Illinois, Florida and Arizona primaries that explain how former Vice President Joe Biden is well on his way to winning the Democratic presidential nomination.

What is and isn't allowed during a 'shelter-in-place' order

CNN's Jake Tapper and chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speak about the recent spike in novel coronavirus cases and warn against unnecessary public exposure.

A couple left a $9,400 tip at a Houston restaurant to help staff get through coronavirus shutdown

Celebrity chef Tom Colicchio says he's had to lay off about 300 people at his restaurants in the wake of the coronavirus shutting down businesses and makes a plea to the government to help people in the service industry.

No, you can't get free baby formula by calling a number on the can if stores are out

CNN's Brian Todd breaks down several coronavirus myths that have been recently circulating amid the global pandemic.

These states have some of the most drastic restrictions to combat the spread of coronavirus

During a coronavirus task force meeting, President Donald Trump was asked to grade himself on the White House's response to the crisis.

This student created a network of 'shopping angels' to help the elderly get groceries during the coronavirus pandemic

This University of Nevada, Reno, student started the program Shopping Angels to deliver supplies and food to elderly members of the community that are the most at risk of being exposed to coronavirus.

The coronavirus pandemic could shut down schools for months, leaving some students hungry and far behind their peers

On State of the Union, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine tells Brianna Keilar that schools in Ohio may not reopen due to the coronavirus.

5 things to know for March 16: Coronavirus, Dem debate, Syria, Iraq, Dead Sea Scrolls

California to receive much needed rain and mountain snow as the Mid-South goes through yet another cloudy, rainy day. CNN Meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.

An Oregon police department is asking residents to stop calling 911 because they've run out of toilet paper

As people try to protect themselves from the Coronavirus, some third-party online retailers are jacking up prices. Will they be in any legal trouble?

Miami Beach's spring break 'canceled' as Florida sprints to get in front of coronavirus pandemic

As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to spread worldwide, police in Spain are urging citizens to avoid public places. CNN's Al Goodman reports.

New Jersey activates National Guard, urges residents to stay home after 8 p.m.

Studies in several countries and a large coronavirus outbreak in Massachusetts bring into question reassuring assertions by US officials about the way the novel virus spreads. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen explains.

Miami Beach's Spring Break 'canceled' as Florida sprints to get in front of coronavirus pandemic

CNN's Elie Honig discusses how federal and state government can use their powers to enforce quarantine rules as the coronavirus pandemic escalates.

Distilleries are making hand sanitizer with their in-house alcohol and giving it out for free to combat coronavirus

A Tennessee man who stockpiled nearly 18,000 bottles of hand sanitizer has donated them to a local church after Amazon suspended his account. He is currently being investigated by the Tennessee Attorney General for alleged price gouging.

Academy of Country Music Awards postponed because of coronavirus

CNN's Brian Stelter examines how changes due to the coronavirus pandemic are upending life around the globe, and how social distancing may help "flatten the curve" of the virus spread.

This adorable 'unicorn' pup has become a star on Instagram and TikTok

Meet Rae, the golden retriever puppy who has one ear on the top of her head.

This past week signaled a turning point in America's health emergency

President Trump told reporters at the White House that he has now been tested for coronavirus but has not yet received the results.

This past week signaled a turning point in America's health emergency

President Trump says he is declaring a "national emergency" to free up federal resources to combat coronavirus.

A witness captured the moment when a Colorado deputy escaped the jaws of a mountain lion

Video captures the moment a mountain lion attacked a sheriff's deputy in Larimer County, Colorado.

Man awaiting result of coronavirus test at Washington quarantine motel ignored security guard and left

Keep your fingers away from your eyes, nose and mouth ... but what about your smartphone? In the race to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus, CNN's Hadas Gold investigates and demonstrates the best way to clean your mobile device.

5 things to know for March 13: Coronavirus, Iraq, election, homelessness, USWNT

A system across the Southwest will track east to bring severe storms and flooding to the South in addition to late season snow to the Central US.

5 things to know for March 13: Coronavirus, Iraq, election, homelessness, USWNT

The president of US Soccer apologized after attorneys in a gender discrimination lawsuit argued that playing for the men's team "requires a higher level of skill" than playing for the women's team.

5 things to know for March 13: Coronavirus, Iraq, election, homelessness, USWNT

Working with researchers from Clemson University, CNN has found a Russian troll operation targeting American voters and, for the first time, we have confronted the people on the ground behind it -- and it's not where you might expect. With help from Facebook and Twitter, who had already been investigating some of these accounts and who corroborated our findings - this is a never-before seen look at how Russia is once again trying to influence America's democracy. CNN's Clarissa Ward reports.

Confusion over the availability and criteria for coronavirus testing is leaving sick people wondering if they're infected

CNN's Alisyn Camerota asks Vice President Mike Pence about the latest figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing a decline in the number of samplings tested for coronavirus.

Amid coronavirus, major sports leagues in the US halt play or exclude fans

The NBA has announced that they are suspending the season until further notice following the positive test of a player. CNN's Carolyn Manno reports.

American wonders what's next after finding out midair that the US banned travel from Europe

In an address to the nation, President Trump announced that he was canceling all US travel from Europe for the next 30 days, except for the UK, in an attempt to slow the coronavirus outbreak.

What life is like inside the coronavirus containment zone in New Rochelle, New York

CNN's Brynn Gingras examines what it's like to live in Rochelle, New York, where the coronavirus was likely spread by one resident earlier this month.

5 things to know for March 12: Coronavirus, US census, Saudi Arabia, Weinstein, Iraq

The Tesla Cybertruck has a range of 500 miles and can tow 14,000 pounds but it remains to be seen if it has customers.

5 things to know for March 12: Coronavirus, US census, Saudi Arabia, Weinstein, Iraq

Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison after he was found guilty of committing a criminal sex act in the first degree involving one woman and rape in the third degree involving another woman. CNN's Jean Cesarez has more.

5 things to know for March 12: Coronavirus, US census, Saudi Arabia, Weinstein, Iraq

President Donald Trump addressed the nation about the growing coronavirus pandemic, where he announced a temporary travel ban on travel from Europe and a plan to provide low-interest loans to small businesses.

5 things to know for March 11: Biden, coronavirus, Russia, Mueller report, climate

Severe storms will impact areas in the central US with the worst weather hitting the Mid-south region. CNN Weather is tracking this and our meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details on the timing for the storms and what cities will be impacted.

Infowars' Alex Jones arrested on DWI charge

Infowars founder and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones says that he was caught up in a "countywide dragnet" after he was arrested in Texas on a charge of driving while intoxicated.

New York officials traced more than 50 coronavirus cases back to one attorney

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo explains why the state has designated a containment zone in the suburb of New Rochelle, where the National Guard was deployed to create a 1-mile "containment" area for two weeks.

Socialism appeals to many black voters. But that's not helping Bernie. Here's why

Joe Biden's appeal to black voters gave him a big boost in the Democratic presidential race, while Bernie Sanders is relying on young voters to turn out in record numbers.

5 things to know for March 11: Biden, coronavirus, Russia, Mueller report, climate

The Grand Princess cruise ship was put under quarantine as 21 people tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

5 things to know for March 10: Economy, coronavirus, 2020 Dems, royals, horse racing

Record breaking warmth continues for at least one more day before a cold front ushers in heavy rain and cooler temperatures for much of the East. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the timing for the impending rain moving into the region.

5 things to know for March 10: Economy, coronavirus, 2020 Dems, royals, horse racing

CNN's Max Foster reports on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex make their final appearance as senior members of the royal family by attending the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey.

The highest praise an artist can get

Josh Speidel scored for the first time in his career after almost five years of recovery from a car crash that gave him a traumatic brain injury and put him in a coma for several weeks.

After being best friends for 17 years, these two women just found out they're actually sisters

After being best friends for 17 years, Ashley Thomas and Latoya Wimberly were surprised to learn that they are biological sisters after taking a DNA test. HLN's Robin Meade reports.

5 things to know for March 9: Coronavirus, oil, White House, Greece, Election 2020

Warm air will be pushing into the Northeast from the Midwest as the next round of rain, wind and possible storms move into the Plains. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri will let us know how long the spring weather will last and who will get the worst of the rain.

Under quarantine, 13-year-old New Yorker has a bar mitzvah over video chat

This student didn't let a coronavirus quarantine stop him from celebrating his big day with family and friends.

A man brought a llama to his sister's wedding, delighting just about everyone but the bride

A man brought a llama to his sister's wedding, delighting just about everyone but the bride.

5 things to know for March 9: Coronavirus, oil, White House, Greece, Election 2020

Surgeon General Jerome Adams says some parts of the US have contained the coronavirus.

Lieutenant Dan the two-legged hound is competing to be the next Cadbury Bunny

Lieutenant Dan, a two-legged dog, is one of the ten finalists in the national competition for Cadbury's annual Easter commercial.

NYPD orders internal investigation after video showed group of officers arresting man

The New York City Police Department launched an internal investigation after a video surfaced online showing several officers arresting a 20-year-old man in Brooklyn.

Marnie the Dog, popular dog influencer, has died

From Tina Fey to James Franco, this dog has mastered the art of the celebrity selfie. Hear her rags to riches tale.

A dog passed over at a shelter for five years has finally found a home

It took a billboard, social media campaign and more than five years of searching, but 6-year-old dog Merrick finally found his forever home.

Authorities believe they found 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell's remains

Authorities believe they have located the remains of 15-month-old Evelyn Boswell, who was reported missing a little more than two weeks ago. HLN's Susan Hendricks has more.

A man filmed licking a tub of ice cream will spend 30 days in jail and pay restitution to Blue Bell

A Texas man named D'Adrien Anderson was sentenced to jail time after pleading guilty to licking a half-gallon of ice cream and putting it back into a Walmart freezer.

Bars near one Florida university are giving women a secret way to alert bartenders if they feel unsafe on a date

Florida Atlantic University's student government is working with bars to give patrons a secret way to alert bartenders if they're in danger or uncomfortable on a date.

Nathaniel Woods' execution doesn't end the controversy over his case

Alabama has executed inmate Nathaniel Woods for the 2004 murders of three Birmingham police officers, the state corrections department said.

A touching photo shows an elderly woman talking through a window to her quarantined husband

A group of family members are demanding answers from a nursing home in Kirkland, Washington, where eleven people have died from the novel coronavirus.

Nathaniel Woods' execution doesn't end the controversy over his case

The Supreme Court has issued a temporary stay of Nathaniel Woods' execution. Woods was scheduled to be put to death for the 2004 slayings of three officers that his co-defendant says Woods did not commit.

5 things to know for March 5: 2020 Dems, abortion, coronavirus, Ukraine, Ebola

Many areas across the South have already seen a foot or more of rain over what they normally receive through today's date. Relief is in sight though and CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

Prosecutor says Nathaniel Woods should be executed even if he didn't kill police officers

An Alabama man convicted of killing three police officers is lending his voice to defenders of Nathaniel Woods, a co-defendant who is scheduled to be executed for the same crime despite questions about his culpability.

5 things to know for March 5: 2020 Dems, abortion, coronavirus, Ukraine, Ebola

Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer, speaking at a rally of abortion rights supporters, appeared to threaten Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's two Supreme Court nominees who were confirmed after bruising nomination fights.

An 11-year-old 'Star Wars' fan got an R2-D2 bionic arm. Mark Hamill called her a hero

11-year-old Star Wars fan Isabella Tadlock was born with a nub on the end of her left arm and no fingers on her right hand. Actor Mark Hamill saw her story on Twitter and helped her get a R2-D2 bionic arm.

Spike Lee says he's done attending Knicks games after disagreement over VIP entrance

The filmmaker and New York Knicks superfan was told to use a different entrance than the employee's entrance - which Lee says he's used for 28 years.

Simone Biles, Aly Raisman criticize USA Gymnastics' proposed settlement for survivors of Larry Nassar's abuse

Former Team USA gymnast Aly Raisman spoke to NBC's "Today" about USA Gymnastics' settlement offer to Larry Nassar's abuse victims.

5 things to know for March 3: 2020 Dems, coronavirus, Obamacare, Israel, Apple

Severe storms and heavy rain hit Southeast US for Super Tuesday, but it will continue into the week. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast for the week.

An Oklahoma college recruiter is out of a job after he asked high schoolers to line up by skin color and hair texture

A recruiter for Oklahoma Christian University is no longer employed after asking students at an Oklahoma City high school to line up based on their skin color and hair texture. CNN affiliate KFOR has the story.

5 things to know for March 3: 2020 Dems, coronavirus, Obamacare, Israel, Apple

Amy Klobuchar endorses Joe Biden at an event in Dallas, Texas, after dropping out of the 2020 presidential race.

Miss Staten Island was banned from taking part in the St. Patrick's Day parade after coming out as bisexual

Miss Staten Island, Madison L'Insalata, was banned from taking part in the St. Patrick's Day parade in New York after coming out as bisexual.

Missing Colorado boy pronounced dead, stepmother arrested, authorities announce

An 11-year-old boy who went missing from his Colorado home in January has been pronounced dead. His mother now says that she will make sure that "justice will be served."

5 things to know for March 3: 2020 Dems, coronavirus, Obamacare, Israel, Apple

As the field for the Democratic presidential nomination narrowed, frontrunners Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden laid out their different visions for America.

Homes along Lake Erie are covered in ice following two days of gale-force winds

Lakeshore residents in Hamburg, New York, woke up to find their houses covered in ice that formed after two days straight of gale force winds.

Police find a fully grown alligator living in the basement of an Ohio home

Police removed a fully grown alligator from the basement of an Ohio home and relocated it to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

5 things to know for March 2: Dems 2020, coronavirus, Israel, Slovakia, migrant crisis

Severe storms are setting to hit states like Texas that are participating in Super Tuesday. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast and who will be affected.

5 things to know for March 2: Dems 2020, coronavirus, Israel, Slovakia, migrant crisis

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is suspending his 2020 presidential campaign, according to an aide.

California university fired 54 grad students who were striking for higher pay

The University of California, Santa Cruz fired a group of teaching assistants after they withheld final grades as part of an ongoing strike for higher wages.

Chicago officers are under investigation after video shows police shooting a man at a train station

Two Chicago police officers are under investigation after a video showed them shooting an unidentified man after struggling to restrain him.

5 things to know for March 2: Dems 2020, coronavirus, Israel, Slovakia, migrant crisis

Thousands of migrants are camped near Turkey's border with Greece after the Turkish government said it has "reached its capacity" for refugees. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

Grieving Native American families shamed law enforcement over missing women and won action from President Trump

Families are demanding action from law enforcement after dozens of Native American girls and women in Montana have disappeared and been found dead. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

Two women in Boston were charged after police say they attacked a mother and daughter for speaking Spanish

A Boston mother and her daughter were speaking Spanish on their way home when authorities say two white women assaulted them because they thought they were making fun of them.

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