CNN's John Avlon fact checks President Donald Trump's claims on the US economy after Trump said that "this is the greatest economy in our history."
(The Center Square) – State shutdowns resulting from executive orders issued by governors and judges resulted in 40 million job lost nationwide, lost revenue for states, and now “sharp, unpredictable swings in tax collections,” according to a new analysis on the fiscal health of states by Pew Charitable Trusts.
New cases of coronavirus are down in Israel following the reimposition of restrictions six weeks ago. CNN's Oren Liebermann looks at the lessons from a small desert town that went into lockdown ahead of the country, and how Israel is faring in the fight against the virus.
Usually college campuses in Pennsylvania would be filled with volunteers trying to register and cajole the ever-elusive student voter. But during the pandemic, Democrats have had to rewrite their campus playbook to encourage progressive first-time voters to cast their ballots.
While Joe Biden needs record turnout among African Americans to win Georgia, President Trump will be relying on the white, rural, working class. John King breaks down the numbers.
Wind gusts over 75 mph hit LA County yesterday causing dangerous fire growth. More are expected today for the whole state and may rival winds with the arrival of Hurricane Zeta on Wednesday. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.
In a 1990 CNN interview reviewed by CNN's KFile, President Donald Trump walked off when reporter Charles Feldman pressed him on questions over the financial stability of his Atlantic City casinos.
(The Center Square) – Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as a U.S. Supreme Court justice at a White House ceremony Monday night after the Senate voted to confirm her nomination.
Amy Coney Barrett avoided giving her opinion on Roe v. Wade during her confirmation hearing. While judges typically try not to weigh in on controversial legal issues, previous nominees have talked about abortion differently.
In an interview on Fox News, senior White House adviser Jared Kushner said while speaking about the Black community that President Trump "can't want them to be successful more than they want to be successful."
As the US averages nearly 69,000 new Covid-19 cases per day, some cities are imposing curfews in an attempt to slow the spread. CNN's Erica Hill reports.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner are threatening to sue The Lincoln Project over billboards the organization erected in New York City's Times Square. CNN's Brianna Keilar and Alexandra Field report.
President Donald Trump has spread disinformation about mail-in ballots and voter fraud, but election officials and experts say the system is safe and fraud is extremely rare.
CNN's John King examines the state of the race eight days out from Election Day with Vice Presidential nominee Joe Biden leading in key battleground states.
There was a dramatic drop on Wall Street as coronavirus cases reached record numbers and talks remain stalled on a new stimulus package to provide Covid-19 relief. CNN's Alison Kosik reports.
The New Hampshire Union Leader, a conservative-leaning newspaper, has endorsed Democratic nominee Joe Biden for president, despite its century-long history of backing Republicans. In backing Biden, the newspaper endorsed its first Democratic candidate in over 100 years.
(The Center Square) – Over the next two decades, oil and gas production is projected to account for 68 percent of energy consumption in the U.S. and will play a key role in the energy transition to a low carbon future, according to a new report published by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Tropical Storm Zeta will impact Mexico Monday evening before setting its sights on the US Gulf Coast later in the week. CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers tells you when and where to expect Zeta.
A 2018 video is circulating of Joe Biden comforting the wife and child of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School athletic director Chris Hixon, weeks after he was killed by a gunman in Parkland, Florida. Debra Hixon and her son Corey speak to CNN about their experience.
Republicans are warning that Democrats would try to expand the Supreme Court if they win big in the 2020 elections. CNN's John Avlon digs into the recent history of court expansion and how it has become a partisan talking point.
(The Center Square) – In response to state and local government shutdowns reportedly designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, schools districts and local governments implemented different reopening guidelines and timelines – but did so more because of politics or competition with private schools than because of science, a new report published by Brown University found.
Attorney Mark Satawa represents Ty Garbin, one of five suspects accused with conspiracy to kidnap MI Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. He told CNN's Sara Sidner his client was just "playing army."
As the manufacturing industry continues to shrink in South Africa and reliance on long supply chains have become the norm, some manufacturers are adapting to survive. CNN's Eleni Giokos takes a look at the South African businesses that have found success by pivoting during uncertain times to…
Greg Dietzenbach made a work-from-home inspired Halloween costume for his 12-year-old daughter hoping to combine "the creepiness of Halloween and our weird new normal."
Republicans are warning that Democrats would try to pack the Supreme Court if they win big in the 2020 elections. CNN's John Avlon digs into the recent history of court packing and how it has become a partisan talking point.
President Trump is behind where he was in 2016 with eight days to go before Election Day. By this point four years ago, he was rapidly closing the gap with Hillary Clinton. No such advancements can be seen in the 2020 polling against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared on CBS News' "60 Minutes." These are the highlights from their interviews.
Graham Mertz has tested positive for COVID-19, sources told the State Journal on Sunday. As with all positive tests that occur using the daily rapid antigen tests, Mertz will be taking a PCR nasal swab test in order to confirm his diagnosis.
Eleven states have state laws banning guns at polling places. Wisconsin is not one of them. But law enforcement officials are preparing for potential problems.
The Italian region of Lombardy was hit hard by the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic and is now bracing for another surge in cases. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from an intensive care unit in one of the region's hospitals.
Typhoon Molave is heading for central Vietnam, an area already hard hit by flooding and landslides. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has how much more rain can be expected.
Through Oct. 3, Missourians receiving unemployment through all three major unemployment programs totaled about 160,000, well above the headline figure.
Wales has imposed a so-called 'firebreak' lockdown for two-weeks during which almost everyone is required to stay at home. Under the new rules pubs, bars, restaurants, gyms and all non-essential shops have been forced to close. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.
France is recalling its ambassador to Turkey over comments made by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan about French president Emmanuel Macron. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
China's top leaders meet behind the doors to map out their political and economic agenda for the next five years, as the ruling Communist Party hopes to capitalize on their rapid containment of the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Steven Jiang reports.
Olivia Troye, a former staffer on Vice President Mike Pence's coronavirus task force, tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that she isn't surprised members of Pence's team have contracted Covid-19 and that she still worries that Pence "isn't out of the woods."