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The committee declined to recommend booster doses for everyone who got vaccinated six months ago or longer, and members were vocal about why not

Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration declined Friday to recommend the agency approve Covid-19 booster doses for everyone who got vaccinated six months ago or longer.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Mississippi says Covid-19 deaths in pregnant women are rising

At least eight pregnant Mississippi women have died of Covid-19 since late July -- none of them fully vaccinated -- officials said, more than doubling the state's pandemic total in just two months and spurring medical leaders to give this message:

Saturday September 18, 2021

The most populous county in the US issued a proof of vaccine requirement for indoor bars and nightclubs

Los Angeles County, the country's most populous county, will require customers and employees in indoor bars, wineries, breweries, nightclubs and lounges to provide proof of Covid-19 vaccination starting October 7, according to a new health order issued Friday.

Saturday September 18, 2021

'I have one concern': Dr. Gupta addresses 5th grade boy's vaccine hesitancy

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta took on one of the hardest interviews, taking questions from children. He met with elementary students in Atlanta to answer their questions about Covid-19 and how to stay safe. They spoke outside in masks in compliance with school policy.

Friday September 17, 2021

Moderna's vaccine is the most effective, but Pfizer and J&J also protect well, CDC-led study says

A head-to-head study of all three authorized coronavirus vaccines in the United States finds the Moderna vaccine is slightly more effective than Pfizer's in real-life use in keeping people out of the hospital, and Johnson & Johnson's Janssen vaccine comes in third, but still provides 71% protection.

Friday September 17, 2021

Office of Trump's defense secretary held call with China on January 6, two days before Milley's controversial call

• WSJ: Milley defends calls to China as 'perfectly' within his duties • Opinion: Milley's reasonable actions raise a serious question

Saturday September 18, 2021

Robert Durst found guilty of first-degree murder

• Here's what we know about Susan Berman's death and the mysterious murder letter to police

Thursday January 01, 1970

Family of Brian Laundrie, Gabby Petito's fiancé, tell police they have not seen him since Tuesday

• A timeline of missing 22-year-old's case

Thursday January 01, 1970

A 4.3 magnitude earthquake rattles Southern California

A magnitude 4.3 earthquake struck Southern California on Friday evening, according to the US Geological Survey.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Bodycam footage raises more questions about missing woman

CNN has obtained the bodycam footage from the Moab Police Department that shows Gabby Petito and her boyfriend Brian Laundrie after they were pulled over by police last month. CNN's Athena Jones reports.

Friday September 17, 2021

Inside the creation of the US-Australia submarine deal

American and Australian officials have been in highly secret talks for months over a plan to share technology for nuclear-powered submarines, a process that was hatched more than a year ago and accelerated after President Biden took office in January.

Saturday September 18, 2021

US targeted wrong vehicle in August airstrike and killed 10 civilians, including 7 children

• Video: Kabul airstrike was a 'mistake,' US general says • They wanted a new life in America. Instead they were killed by the US military

Saturday September 18, 2021

Thousands of migrants held in squalor under Texas bridge

• Biden administration appeals ruling that blocks expulsions of migrant families

Saturday September 18, 2021

Video shows patron assaulting hostess over vaccine mandate

A hostess was assaulted trying to get customers to comply with a vaccine requirement at a New York City restaurant. CNN affiliate WCBS reports.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Analysis: A glimmer of hope for Democrats in the 2022 midterms

Conventional wisdom since at least the end of the 2020 election was that Republicans were poised to win big in the decennial redrawing of congressional lines across the country.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Pence preps for potential 2024 presidential run

• Georgia criminal probe into Trump's attempts to overturn 2020 election quietly moves forward • Analysis: Is this all John Durham has?

Saturday September 18, 2021

'Shocking': Rosa Flores shares aerial footage from US border

More than 9,500 migrants who have arrived at the US border in the past 48 hours are living under a bridge, and thousands more migrants are expected in the coming days. CNN's Rosa Flores reports.

Friday September 17, 2021

Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's children test positive for Covid-19

Two of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's four children have tested positive for Covid-19, his office said in a statement Friday.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Uncontrollable vomiting due to marijuana use on rise, study finds

An unusual illness is on the rise in the United States, especially in states that have legalized marijuana. Habitual users of cannabis, including teenagers, are showing up in emergency rooms complaining of severe intestinal distress.

Friday September 17, 2021

Surveillance footage shows car crash right into moving train

A man is in jail after driving head on into a moving train in England.

Friday September 17, 2021

Teen surfer bitten by shark off Florida beach escapes with 9 stitches

Surfer Doyle Nielsen had been catching waves at Ponce Inlet, on the east coast of Florida, for about 40 minutes when a shark slammed into him and bit his arm.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Anderson asks George Will if is he worried about democracy. Hear his reply

Anderson Cooper talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning conservative columnist George Will about his new book, "American Happiness and Discontents: The Unruly Torrent, 2008-2020." Watch "Full Circle" Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6p E.T.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Lizzo wants to star in 'Bodyguard' remake

Lizzo apparently has not abandoned her quest to get close to Chris Evans.

Friday September 17, 2021

Opinion: Banning books is a nasty habit, whether it comes from the right or left

Banning books is a bad American habit, and one we must break. The banning comes from every side of the political spectrum, left and right, and the practice is often dangerous. Free speech is fundamental to our democracy, the lifeblood of our educational system.

Saturday September 18, 2021

See who was crowned winner of 'America's Got Talent' this season

Dustin Tavella, a magician who used magic to inspire the audience with positivity, won $1 million and a headlining show in Las Vegas.

Thursday September 16, 2021

Kid Cudi writes tribute to Lil Nas X, while criticizing homophobia in hip-hop

Lil Nas X and his sexuality have somehow become a hot topic of discussion among rappers and hip-hop fans alike. And now, rapper Kid Cudi is standing up for rap's wunderkind.

Friday September 17, 2021

Are You Paying Too Much For Your Mortgage?


Thursday January 01, 1970

The 'world's safest city' for 2021 revealed

Safety has long been a paramount concern for travelers when it comes to deciding which destination to visit.

Friday September 17, 2021

Amber list scrapped as England overhauls travel rules

The UK government announced Friday it is simplifying its controversial traffic light travel rules and removing mandatory Covid tests for vaccinated travelers returning to England from countries on its safe list.

Friday September 17, 2021

The Americans who bought bargain homes in Italy's deep south

Buying an abandoned home in a tiny, depopulated Italian village is something that many travelers will have mulled over, especially given the vast number of bargain house schemes launched in the European country over the past few years.

Friday September 10, 2021

What it's like to sail on a 'cruise to nowhere'

The Dream Cruises voyage without a destination lets people in Hong Kong leave the city without facing quarantine

Sunday September 12, 2021

Designer gives London streets a technicolor makeover

Yinka Ilori, a British Nigerian designer known for his exuberant technicolor murals, has transformed 11 pedestrian crossings in central London as part of a new public art project hoping to increase domestic tourism within the UK.

Friday September 17, 2021

New Amazon original film explores a dark era of medical history

It's a tale as old as time: A woman won't conform to societal norms, traditional notions of femininity or what's expected of her, and is dismissed as diseased. She's considered hysterical. And, as such, she is locked up, burned at the stake, hidden away or placed under the supposedly steadier control of men.

Saturday September 18, 2021

How the Emmys sounded the alarms for the award-show ratings nightmare

The record-low ratings for last year's Emmys turned out to be the canary in the coalmine for steep across-the-board drops in award-show viewing -- the alarm for an unwelcome wakeup call. Yet if hope springs eternal that those shows can at least partially rebound, challenges associated with the pandemic and shift to streaming only heightened problems already plaguing TV's highest honor and awards in general.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Review: 'Muhammad Ali' lets Ken Burns go four fascinating rounds with the champ's life and legacy

Floating and stinging as it explores the boxing icon's life inside the ring and out, "Muhammad Ali" is another epic Ken Burns-produced dive into the life of an influential 20th-century figure, coming on the heels of "Hemingway." Much has said about Ali, but going the distance with this four-part PBS documentary makes it feel like, well, the greatest.

Friday September 17, 2021

A Parisian landmark is cloaked from view

After three months of construction work at Paris' famed Arc de Triomphe, the 160-foot-tall war monument has been completely concealed. The landmark, built during Napoleon's reign, has been outfitted in 270,000 square feet of silver-blue polypropylene fabric bound with red ropes.

Friday September 17, 2021

Japanese school students sent a message in a bottle. 37 years later, it washed up in Hawaii

A glass bottle containing a message from 1984 has washed up in Hawaii and been discovered by a 9-year-old girl -- 37 years after high school students in Japan dropped it into the ocean as part of an experiment.

Friday September 17, 2021

'Go get that mouse!': CNN interview gets purr-fect interruption

CNN's Bianca Nobilo received a surprise visit from a feline friend while interviewing Speaker of the UK House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle.

Friday September 17, 2021

These game-changing student experiments could help humans travel across deep space

The human body was not designed to live in space, but genetic experiments on the International Space Station are preparing a biological toolkit for the future of long-term spaceflight. And some of the most groundbreaking DNA investigations taking place on the orbiting laboratory were designed by students.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Workers in these five industries will be affected the most by Biden's vaccine mandate

Employees in five industries will especially feel the effects of the new vaccine mandate — management, utilities, information, finance and insurance, and administration and waste management services.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Forget inflation. This billionaire investor worries about democracy

David Rubenstein is shrugging off fears of runaway inflation and concerns about looming tax hikes. The private equity billionaire is far more worried these days about the state of American democracy.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Trump abandoned this giant trade deal. Now, China wants in

China has applied to join a major Asia-Pacific trade partnership that the United States ditched several years ago, as the world's second largest economy tries to bolster its relationships in the region.

Friday September 17, 2021

It's premature to declare economic victory from the Covid crash

In March 2020, the US economy faced the specter of a financial crisis and a full-blown depression as Covid-19 crippled American society.

Saturday September 18, 2021

This $35 security cam is a cheap and easy way to keep tabs on your home


Thursday January 01, 1970

We tried the viral Peter Thomas Roth eye cream to see if it lives up to the hype


Thursday January 01, 1970

We tried Bee's Wrap reusable food wraps and this is what we thought


Thursday January 01, 1970

We simmered, braised and baked for weeks to find the best dutch ovens


Thursday January 01, 1970

iPhone 13 preorders are live — here's everything you need to know


Thursday January 01, 1970

The best sales to shop this weekend: Cricut, Roomba, 23andMe and more


Thursday January 01, 1970

Apple's new iPad and completely redesigned iPad Mini have arrived


Thursday January 01, 1970

Pumpkin spice season is here: 24 items you'll want to buy ASAP


Thursday January 01, 1970

25 must-have sunglasses to rock this fall, according to style experts


Thursday January 01, 1970

8 Amazon products 'RHOSLC' star Lisa Barlow can't live without


Thursday January 01, 1970

15 incredible resorts for your next family vacation


Thursday January 01, 1970

Score up to 90,000 bonus miles for a limited time with these Delta credit card offers


Thursday January 01, 1970

America's radicals are a problem we can't ignore

Last month, a man drove to Washington, DC , police said, with explosive-making materials and threatened detonations near the US Capitol, although no functioning weapons were found in his vehicle. You'd think this would have been a big story, but after what seemed like just a few hours, it was swamped by the news of the Taliban taking over Afghanistan. This is understandable, as what was unfolding a world away was both dramatic and tragic. However, it was also a mistake to so quickly look away from the DC standoff.

Saturday September 18, 2021

Pay attention to the far right's use of memes to stir extremism

A man, armed with a machete and a knife and expressing White supremacist views, was arrested near the Democratic National Committee's headquarters on Monday as Washington awaits a rally of diehard Trump supporters set for Saturday. The adornments on his truck flashed old-fashioned signs of hate, including a swastika -- an old-fashioned symbol in an era when right-wing extremists are more likely to rally behind internet memes. Whether old or new, these symbols have one thing in common: They are meant to terrorize.

Saturday September 18, 2021

The real issue with Nicki Minaj

Many people were shocked this week when the singer Nicki Minaj shared on social media that she had declined an invitation to the prestigious Met Gala, and indicated that she would not meet the ball's requirement that all guests be vaccinated against Covid-19.

Friday September 17, 2021

Milley's action raises troubling question

In the last few months of Donald Trump's presidency, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley made two phone calls to reassure his Chinese counterpart that the US was stable and not considering a military strike against China, according to a new book by reporters Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.

Friday September 17, 2021

A big win for Newsom, but a bigger defeat for the GOP

By the time the voting ended Tuesday night, the defeat of the effort to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom was widely expected.

Friday September 17, 2021

Biden primes pump for Trump return

Let's be clear: For most people Joe Biden was not elected last November to get us out of Afghanistan. His election was not a blank check to oversee a dramatic expansion of the federal government. His victory wasn't even wholly about halting the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, although surely that was top of mind for many voters at the time.

Thursday September 16, 2021

The Axe Files: Ken Burns discusses what Muhammad Ali taught America


Thursday January 01, 1970

Meet the father of the 2003 California recall


Thursday January 01, 1970

Record-breaking temperatures are putting our bodies at risk


Thursday January 01, 1970

Recalculate Your House Payment in Minutes


Thursday January 01, 1970

$669 -- Sail the California Coast aboard Princess


Thursday January 01, 1970

These are the Best Credit Cards of 2021


Thursday January 01, 1970

New Lebanon PM seeks 'quick fixes' to help his country out of economic crisis

New Prime Minister Najib Mikati urged Lebanon's people to put their trust in his government as he seeks "quick fixes" to help his economically shattered country.

Friday September 17, 2021

What are nuclear-powered submarines and how do they work?

With Australia making a deal with the United States and United Kingdom to begin a nuclear-powered submarine program, we can expect the Aussie subs will look a lot like the latest versions in the US and British arsenals.

Friday September 17, 2021