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August 14, 2020

The independent group of experts says the Trump administration's removal of the CDC from coronavirus reporting has them troubled
In a letter, public health advisers to the US government said they are "extremely concerned" and "troubled" by the Trump administration's decision to change how hospitals report Covid-19 data. ... click to read more

Thousands of new cases reported in Georgia
• Health advisers to the government say hospitals are 'scrambling' after Trump administration's 'abrupt' change to Covid-19 data reporting • 'Um, wow': Donald Trump's briefing remarks stun John Berman ... click to read more

GOP governor compares kids going back to school to the killing of Osama bin Laden
• Biden calls for national mask mandates ... click to read more

Brianna Keilar reacts to Dr. Atlas: I'm sorry but what the hell is he talking about?
Months into the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump announced Dr. Scott Atlas as a medical adviser for the White House coronavirus task force. CNN's Brianna Keilar breaks down Dr. Atlas's controversial stance on Covid-19. ... click to read more

Any attempt to get coronavirus herd immunity would lead to massive death tolls, Fauci warns
If the United States allowed coronavirus infections to run rampant to achieve possible herd immunity, the death toll would be massive especially among vulnerable people, the nation's top infectious doctor said. ... click to read more

Trump promotes a birther lie about Kamala Harris
• Opinion: Kamala Harris throws Trump off balance ... click to read more

Trump and first lady request mail-in ballots despite attacks
• Collins pushes Trump on USPS money and mail-in ballots • Postal Service removes some mail-sorting machines, sparking concerns ahead of election • Analysis: Trump's election meddling is threatening democracy ... click to read more

New York's Covid-19 death surge looks a lot like the 1918 flu pandemic
A new study finds that deaths in New York City in the early part of the Covid-19 pandemic were comparable to deaths in the city at the peak of what's considered the deadliest pandemic to date -- the flu pandemic of 1918. ... click to read more

GOP candidate on defensive over social media post of visit to Hitler retreat
Twenty five-year-old North Carolina GOP congressional candidate Madison Cawthorn is on the defensive over photos on his Instagram page that show him in 2017 visiting Adolf Hitler's vacation house in Germany known as the "Eagle's Nest." ... click to read more

'Um, wow': Berman stunned by Trump's briefing remarks
CNN's John Berman and Kaitlan Collins discuss President Trump repeating the same exact talking points during his coronavirus briefings. ... click to read more

Charlotta Bass was the first Black woman to run for VP decades before Kamala Harris
Charlotta Bass strode onto a stage in Chicago and gave a speech as the first Black female candidate for vice president. ... click to read more

US calls to ease shower rules after Donald Trump complained about his hair
The US Department of Energy released a proposal to roll back water efficiency standards for showerheads following President Donald Trump's comments that he was unable to wash his "beautiful hair properly." CNN's Bill Weir has more. ... click to read more

DOJ accuses Yale of discriminating against Asian and White applicants
The Justice Department accused Yale University of discriminating against Asian American and White applicants in its undergraduate admissions process. ... click to read more

Lemon: Guess how many of Harris' GOP colleagues stood up for her?
After President Trump floated a baseless birther theory about Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), CNN's Don Lemon said his producers reached out to all 53 of Harris' GOP colleagues in the Senate for comment. ... click to read more

A 25-year-old man has been charged in the shooting death of 5-year-old Cannon Hinnant
Police have charged a 25-year-old man with first-degree murder after they say he shot and killed a 5-year-old boy last week in Wilson, North Carolina. ... click to read more

Dolly Parton makes her feelings known on Black Lives Matter
Country singer Dolly Parton is making it clear that she supports the Black Lives Matter movement. ... click to read more

Pentagon to investigate UFO sightings
The Pentagon is forming a new task force to investigate UFOs that have been observed by US military aircraft, according to two defense officials. ... click to read more

An ancient Jewish tradition goes virtual
For decades, Teme Ring was cut off from her Jewish faith. ... click to read more

Hear why Chiefs RB Damien Williams is opting out of NFL season
Damien Williams, running back for the Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs, is opting out of the 2020 NFL season. Williams' mother is fighting stage four cancer, and he is concerned that he might expose her to Covid-19 if he were to play. ... click to read more

Hubble spies the culprit behind Betelgeuse star's dimming. And it may be happening again
... click to read more

James Corden's parents review racy new Cardi B music video
The parents of late-night host James Corden joined "The Late Late Show" to offer their review of Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new music video for their hit song "WAP." ... click to read more

Why it's important to remember that Andy Warhol was working class
From Marilyn Monroe to Muhammad Ali, Andy Warhol's portraits of the rich and famous are some of the most recognizable works of 20th-century American art. ... click to read more

A stash of beer and gum dating back to the '80s was discovered behind the shelves of a library
It was a real whodunit when a stash of beer and gum from the 1980s was discovered behind the walls of the Mystery section at a Washington library. ... click to read more

An officer saved a man in a wheelchair stuck on train tracks. Her bodycam shows the rescue
A California police officer rescued a man in a wheelchair from the path of an oncoming train. ... click to read more

It's never been done before: The race for a vaccine in under one year
... click to read more

Exclusive: Russia offers to help US with Covid-19 vaccine; US says no
Russian officials in Moscow tell CNN they have offered "unprecedented cooperation" with Operation Warp Speed (OWS), the US multi-agency body set up to accelerate access to effective Covid-19 vaccines and treatments. ... click to read more

What we know -- and don't know -- about Russia's 'Sputnik V' vaccine
Russia raised eyebrows on Tuesday when it announced the world's first approved coronavirus vaccine for public use. ... click to read more

US government slow to act as anti-vaxxers spread lies on social media about coronavirus vaccine
While anti-vaxxers flood social media with lies about the upcoming coronavirus vaccine -- that it contains monkey brains, that it's a CIA plot to take over the world -- the government's multi-billion-dollar vaccine effort has yet to come up with a public education campaign to counteract that propag... click to read more

Andrew Lloyd Webber volunteers for vaccine trial
Famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has volunteered for a coronavirus vaccine trial and claimed he will "do anything" to prove that theaters can reopen safely. ... click to read more

Russian power lifter fractures both knees while attempting to squat nearly 900 pounds
A Russian power lifter broke both his knees while trying to lift nearly 900 pounds. ... click to read more

Lawmakers announce plans for a 'college athlete bill of rights'
A group of senators announced Thursday that they plan to introduce a "College Athletes Bill of Rights" aimed at compensating college athletes. ... click to read more

FSU football player accuses school of lying about Covid-19 safety
Florida State University wide receiver Warren Thompson has accused the school's athletics department of lying "multiple times" about players' health safety conditions related to Covid-19 during the first week of football camp. ... click to read more

The week in 44 photos
Take a look at 44 photos of the week from August 7 through August 13. ... click to read more

Every Sumatran rhino has died in Malaysia. Scientists want to bring them back
Iman, the last Sumatran rhino in Malaysia, died last November -- bringing the endangered species one step closer to extinction. ... click to read more

Former 'Jackass' star tapes himself to billboard in publicity stunt
TV personality and former "Jackass" star Steve-O attached himself to a billboard in Los Angeles as a publicity stunt for a new comedy special. ... click to read more

The best over-ear headphones of 2020
When you're looking to get the most out of your music, a great pair of headphones can make all the difference. Over-ear headphones, at times affectionately referred to as cans, can give you some of the best sound. But with such an abundance of options, it's not always easy to find the pair that'll ... click to read more

REI is selling its brand-new, unused headquarters to shift to remote work
It's the beginning of the end for office culture. ... click to read more

This is what it's like when a country actually bans TikTok
Jaya Lall first joined TikTok in early March to make a slideshow set to music for her friend's birthday. But the short-form video app took on new significance to her three weeks later when India went into a coronavirus lockdown, forcing her to close the preschool she runs in the country's capital, ... click to read more

Europe isn't going on vacation. That spells trouble for millions of workers
Europe's summer tourist season may be officially past saving. ... click to read more

Give the political reins to millennials
The coronavirus pandemic has devastated the American economy. But one group has been hit particularly hard: already struggling millennials. ... click to read more

The world won't be mended by chickens, but it's a start
We did not get the chickens because the pandemic was coming. We did not get them to survive what has often felt like the end of the world and has certainly been the end of the world as we knew it. ... click to read more

Georgia teen is being persecuted for telling the truth
The treatment Hannah Watters has received since she highlighted the lack of social distancing at the recently-reopened North Paulding High School by posting a now-viral photo of its hallways crowded with many unmasked students has been -- from an outside perspective -- incredible. ... click to read more

What's stopping Putin from expanding further?
With mass protests erupting in Belarus over a disputed presidential election on Sunday, after which incumbent Alexander Lukashenko claimed a landslide victory, the Kremlin must be watching nervously. ... click to read more

The hidden metaphor in 'Perry Mason' finale
For me and many others, HBO's "Perry Mason" reboot has been a dark mirror -- but after its season finale last week, an immensely satisfying one. (Like CNN, HBO is a unit of WarnerMedia.) ... click to read more

Why it's so hard to keep young people inside
Covid-19 numbers are bad and getting worse. At the time of writing, there have been over 20.5 million cases and nearly 750,000 deaths worldwide. In the United States alone there are over 5 million cases, and the pandemic has now claimed more lives than those lost in the nearly two decades of the Vi... click to read more

The importance of the poor person's vote
For the last three years, the Poor People's Campaign has organized among the 140 million Americans who are in poverty or one emergency away from poverty, and who have decided it's time to build the power to change their country. From California to the Carolinas, Mississippi to Maine, the mountains ... click to read more

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5 stocks under $49 could be worth $2.2T
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How the unprecedented race for a vaccine is unfolding
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Belarusians accuse authorities of torture during mass detentions
Several people who were detained for participating in mass protests in Belarus this week allege that the country's security forces beat, tortured and humiliated them while in government custody. ... click to read more

Israel and UAE establish 'full normalization of relations,' Trump says
President Donald Trump announced Thursday that Israel and the United Arab Emirates have reached a "historic" peace agreement. ... click to read more

Video shows enormous oil leak in pristine lagoon
Mauritius is facing an environmental catastrophe after a stricken Japanese-owned ship began leaking oil into the ocean. ... click to read more

Prosecutors ask judge to deny Ghislaine Maxwell's request for accusers' identities
Federal prosecutors have asked a judge to deny Ghislaine Maxwell's request to be told the identities of the women who allege the former British socialite and girlfriend of Jeffrey Epstein recruited, groomed and ultimately sexually abused them as young girls. ... click to read more

The FBI is asking for the public's help after a mom mysteriously disappeared in Florida
The FBI is asking the public's help in locating a missing Georgia mom whose son was found wandering barefoot in Florida last month. ... click to read more

NCAA president says no fall championships this year, except FBS football -- for now
The NCAA has officially canceled fall championships -- a decision that could potentially push fall sports to the spring. ... click to read more

Michigan plans to redesign road for self-driving cars
Michigan announced Thursday that it's teaming with tech and auto companies to attempt to retrofit a roughly 40-mile stretch of two roads outside Detroit exclusively for self-driving vehicles. ... click to read more

Fortnite's maker is suing Apple after being removed from its App Store
The maker of Fortnite is suing Apple after Apple blocked the wildly popular online video game with hundreds of millions of registered players from its app store Thursday. ... click to read more

The re-emergence of charming 'little wine holes' in Florence
Bars and restaurants around the world are having to rethink the way they interact with customers during the pandemic. In the Italian city of Florence, some are looking to the past: using centuries-old wine windows to dole out food and drinks. ... click to read more

The 'fox eye' beauty trend continues to spread online. But critics insist it's racist
"Ching chong eyes!" That's what elementary school kids used to call Sophie Wang. It was an insidious racist slur casually thrown around as they mocked her Asian ethnicity while pulling on the corner of their eyes. Upward for Japanese. To the side for Chinese. Downward for Korean. ... click to read more

Beauty of mastectomy tattoos revealed in powerful photo project
In the portrait series "Reclaim" women in diffuse pink lighting reveal delicately tattooed designs inked across their chests, unfurling over scar tissue in explosions of color or in black and gray. Nude, with nothing else in the frame, the women embody a sense of openness. ... click to read more

Gothic architecture: Can the 12th-century style radically change how we build today?
Little over a year ago the world nearly lost one of its most recognizable examples of Gothic architecture, as the spire and a sizeable part of the roof of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris burned to ashes. Now the debate carries on about what to do with the damaged building. Should the missing s... click to read more

Step inside Latin superstar J Balvin's luxury homes in Colombia
Latin music superstar J Balvin is known for his bold style -- including his mix of streetwear and couture, and his ever-evolving hair color. But he likes to keep things more subdued on the interior design front. ... click to read more

Pop culture nostalgia can help ease the pain of 2020
Can we please go back in time before 2020? ... click to read more

Sarah Cooper, viral video star, lands a Netflix special
Sarah Cooper may want to send President Donald Trump a muffin basket. ... click to read more

'Diana' musical streaming prior to Broadway
With Broadway shut down because of the pandemic, shows have had to pivot. ... click to read more

Leslie Odom Jr. fought for fair pay
Leslie Odom Jr.'s performance in "Hamilton Live" as Vice President Aaron Burr almost didn't happen. ... click to read more

Late-night hosts head back to studios
Late night is cautiously leaving the house and getting back to work in what is the new normal. ... click to read more

What Kamala Harris as VP would mean for Silicon Valley
With Sen. Kamala Harris ascending to become former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate, Silicon Valley can breathe a little easier, at least for now. ... click to read more

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