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Investigators have learned that the shooter identified in an attack Thursday at a Tennessee Kroger, which killed at least one person and wounded 14, was asked to leave his job that morning, according to an update provided by the Collierville Police Department on Monday.
The Cyber Ninjas failed to prove fraud in the Arizona 2020 election, but former President Donald Trump's election fraud crusade is now proceeding as if they'd won -- pushing for more "forensic audits" and restrictive voting in that state and elsewhere across the country.
Singer Kelly Price has broken her silence after her family said she was missing following her announcement she had contracted Covid-19.
If you asked President Joe Biden to sum up his life -- and political career -- in a single term, he would probably say "deal-maker."
• Opinion: A survivor of sexual violence reflects on R. Kelly's monstrous legacy
North Korea has fired an unidentified projectile into waters off the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, according to a statement from South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff.
• What we know about Gabby Petito's final days
Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. Mark Milley are set to testify publicly before Senate lawmakers Tuesday, marking the first time that top military officials will appear before Congress since the full withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan.
A woman who was attempting to hike to Canada is facing charges connected with the Fawn Fire, which authorities say she started while trying to boil drinking water, according to a criminal complaint from the Shasta County District Attorney's Office in California.
A packaging mixup has prompted a recall of a batch of DiGiorno pepperoni pizzas.
A 36-year-old man has been charged with the murder of school teacher Sabina Nessa in southeast London, London's Metropolitan police said Monday.
In the spring of 2020, when there was still time for President Donald Trump to shift the focus of his re-election campaign, his attorney general, William Barr, reportedly offered the candidate sound (if expletive-laden) advice on the power and predilections of moderate suburban voters.
The V-shaped recovery in the oil patch continues to take even the biggest bulls on Wall Street by surprise.
Norway on Monday moved into the highest-risk category on the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's list of travel advisories for destinations around the world.
Donald Trump really doesn't like Brian Kemp. Like, a lot.
If NBA players are not vaccinated, they shouldn't be on the team, basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar told Rolling Stone.
TikTok has hit one of the most exclusive milestones in the tech industry.
Scientists have confirmed the discovery of a nearly complete fossil of a 25-million-year-old eagle that once flew over South Australia and preyed on koalas -- an incredibly rare find because of how well preserved it is, experts say.
Given the dizzying array of options in the dairy aisle of the grocery store these days, some may think that the last thing we need is another type of milk. Yogurt maker Danone disagrees.
French President Emmanuel Macron was hit with an egg while attending a hospitality event in Lyon, France on Monday.
Cheryl Burke has tested positive with a breakthrough case of Covid-19, she revealed on Instagram.
A beer festival held in an English churchyard has provoked a wave of controversy after pictures emerged of visitors reveling among the graves.
• Child Covid-19 cases decrease week over week but make up a larger proportion of total cases
• Pfizer CEO says they'll be ready to ask for approval of a Covid vaccine for kids very soon
No matter what you think of Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, she spoke a truth that her fellow Republicans need to hear on Sunday.
Nearly half of all Americans live with high blood pressure, a key contributor to diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, stroke and serious complications from Covid-19, according to the American Heart Association.
Police have arrested eight people on misdemeanor charges in connection with the death of a Virginia Commonwealth University student earlier this year.
Business economists are marking down their forecasts for US growth this year as the Delta variant takes a toll on the recovery, according to a survey released Monday.
Monica Morton's son, Mason, spent a month in the hospital after he developed multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS). She wants other parents to hear her story and know the warning signs.
President Joe Biden enters the most seismic week of his legislative agenda explicitly set to miss one deadline and implicitly knowing he'll soon have to bow to a Republican blockade on another.
CNN's John Berman breaks down all the ways Donald Trump tried to steal the 2020 presidential election and what he is still doing today to undermine trust in the US electoral system.
CNN's Brianna Keilar rolls the tape on Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar's continued efforts to push conspiracy theories that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from Trump even after an audit confirmed Biden's victory in his state.
Today Tesla dominates the world of electric vehicles, selling about two of every three EVs sold in the US. It's worth more than twice as much as any other automaker. Teslas are a status symbol and its CEO, Elon Musk, is a celebrity, with 59 million more Twitter followers than the next most popular automotive CEO.
"He's the best kicker in NFL history."
Patience. Understanding. Tranquility. This is what Tokyo-based "ultra-technologists" teamLab wants visitors to experience when they enter its new artwork, entitled "Floating Flower Garden; Flowers and I are of the Same Root, the Garden and I are One."
Japan's Princess Mako is set to forego a one-off million-dollar payment for giving up her royal status to wed a college classmate, local media said on Saturday, clearing the way for a marriage delayed for years by controversy over her fiance.
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Has hell frozen over? Are pigs now airborne? Has Donald Trump stopped lying?!
Former Fox News political editor Chris Stirewalt, who was fired for calling Arizona for then Presidential candidate Joe Biden, reacts to the final report from the Arizona election audit that confirms Biden defeated former President Donald Trump.
We were raised in coal country, about two hours south of Sen. Joe Manchin's hometown, with a commitment to public service. Like Sen. Manchin, our father, five-term Sen. Jay Rockefeller, served as secretary of state and governor before being elected to the US Senate. And like Sen. Manchin, our father, who is now retired, has deep respect for the state's legacy of hard work and grit.
CNN's Jake Tapper pushes Republican Sen. Pat Toomey on his party's refusal to support raising the debt ceiling, even though it's necessary to pay for trillions of dollars in debt accrued under the Trump administration.
"All the applause," Randy Newman sang, "all the parades, and all the money I have made. Oh, it's lonely at the top." The 1972 tune captured, partly in fun, the downside of success. What it did not reckon with, though, was how lonely it could be in the middle too.
President Joe Biden is facing a huge week. In the early days of his presidency, his ambitions to expand the social safety net had some people hailing him as a potential successor to Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson.
Houston, we've got a problem. A diplomatic spat with one of our oldest and closest allies. A legislative agenda stalled in a debate over the size of infrastructure packages on Capitol Hill and bumping up against major deadlines. A genuine crisis at the southern border. A confusing federal reaction to a global pandemic. Call it a crisis of credibility or capability, but any way you slice it, it is chaos -- and that is precisely what President Joe Biden pledged to be the antidote for in his campaign.
The longest continental mountain range in the world may be one of the last places you would expect to find a palm tree. High above the foliage of the Andean mountains, Colombia's National Tree, the wax palm, has been intriguing scientists for decades.
When Muhammad Ali died in 2016, he was accorded the equivalent of a state funeral, complete with a eulogy that featured President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton. During the last three decades of his life, from lighting the Olympic torch in Atlanta in 1996 until his death, Ali became a virtually sanctified figure, embodying the movements for civil and human rights that he came to symbolize in America and around the world.
There's a jarring disconnect between the political contest among Democrats in Washington, DC, and the reality of the danger faced by the country. It's a perplexing spectacle that undoubtedly pleases most Republicans -- especially Trump supporters -- and leaves many Democrats increasingly anxious.
BTS fans zap late-night TV host James Corden for making jokes about K-Pop's biggest boy band's visit to the UN General Assembly. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Police are looking for a man in Canada they say punched a nurse in the face multiple times, knocking her to the ground after she administered a Covid-19 vaccine to his wife without his permission.
Economist Betsey Stevenson and former Rep. Donna Shalala say the Senate needs a cardiologist on hand, for the stress they're causing the U.S. economy
Early this month, the Supreme Court chose to let stand Texas Senate Bill 8, a law that bans abortion after just six weeks of pregnancy and deputizes private citizens to enforce it. This new law is one of a number passed in recent years that flagrantly violate Roe v. Wade, the 1973 decision which established a Constitutional right to abortion until viability -- the point when a fetus can survive outside the womb.
This TikTok video went viral showing US Marines walking toward a vehicle on a side of a flooded roadway.