Company officials at Henderson Farms in Evensville, the site of a recent COVID-19 outbreak in Rhea County, have released a statement, saying that workers at the farm are asymptomatic and that the workers are in isolation at the farm.
They are Storror, a team of seven athletes taking parkour to a different dimension, who've been to Earth's low points and highest buildings. Even in lockdown, the UK-based athletes have not let coronavirus stand in their way.
Pennsylvania House Democrats are accusing Republican leaders of keeping a Republican lawmaker's positive coronavirus test from them for a week and not informing them that a handful of GOP members were quarantining as a result.
CNN's Don Lemon reacts to the FBI's call for more information regarding the death of George Floyd, an African-American man who was killed after a Minneapolis police officer used his knee on Floyd's neck to pin him -- unarmed and handcuffed -- to the ground.
CNN's Jim Acosta asks the White House press secretary about President Trump's executive order targeting social media companies after Twitter fact-checked his tweets.
Police say a Kansas soldier likely saved lives by ramming his car into a gunman who opened fire on a busy bridge connecting Kansas and Missouri. CNN affiliate KMBC spoke with Master Sgt. David Royer after he intervened in the incident.
CNN's Van Jones discusses the death of George Floyd, an African American man who died after being held down by a police officer's knee, and the implications this has on racial issues in the United States.
Miscellaneous Distillery in Mount Airy, Maryland, transitioned production to make hand sanitizer for donation to non-profit partner Meals on Wheels. CNN Photojournalist Amanda Swinhart takes us there.
(The Center Sqaure) – More than 500 U.S. physicians sent a letter to President Donald Trump describing the coronavirus shutdowns as a “mass casualty incident” with “exponentially growing negative health consequences” to millions of non-COVID-19 patients nationwide.
Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer tells Amanpour Republicans are living in an "alternate universe" and why he thinks President Trump will "go down in history as the President who lost Hong Kong."
UNION CITY, Tenn., May 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Discovery Park of America has announced new partners and more details for "AgriCulture: Innovating for Our Survival," a permanent exhibit dedicated to telling the story of innovation in agriculture. The exhibit will open Dec. 5, 2020 in the Simmons Bank Ag Center.
England Women manager Phil Neville chats with Amanda Davies about the return of the Premier League on June 17, saying that he thinks the return of football will "make so many people happy."
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Sweden adopted a 'herd immunity' plan that uses more relaxed measures to control coronavirus, but a survey by the government found only 7.3 percent of people in Stockholm had developed the antibodies needed to fight the disease by late April. CNN's Phil Black reports.
California wants to send mail-in ballots to all registered voters ahead of the 2020 election due to the coronavirus pandemic, a move that President Donald Trump is continuously attacking — saying it will lead to a fraudulent and rigged election. Chris Cillizza explains why the widespread ele…
Is the water safe? Should you sanitize your lounge chairs? If you're planning on visiting a pool or beach during the pandemic, these are some things you should know.
Twitter placed a fact-check label on some of President Trump's tweets. Mark Zuckerberg responded saying Facebook has "a different policy," as President Trump threatens to curtail the power of large social media platforms.
After the death of George Floyd, an African American man who was pinned down by a police officer, a video of the incident went viral, sparking protests and nationwide outrage.
You won't find crowds, concerts or conventions in Las Vegas this summer and gambling will be very different. Regardless, the city is still aiming to be a great escape.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Barbara Mandrell released Dave Audé's remix of her hit song "Sleeping Single In A Double Bed" today. Listen HERE. Written by Kye Fleming and Dennis Morgan, the dance-infused remix premiered on Rolling Stone yesterday. The original song was released August 1, 1978 and was the first single from her album, Moods. "Sleeping Single In A Double Bed" would later reach No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles Chart, the first of her six No. 1 singles.
More than 40 million people have filed first-time jobless claims since the coronavirus pandemic forced the US economy to shut down in March.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn., May 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- COVID-19 has changed our reliance on technology as remote learning and working from home has increased. According to new data from Twigby, a nationwide phone service provider, 39% of survey participants have been relying on their phones more due to social distancing. Twigby conducted the survey to better understand how the pandemic is affecting customers overall service experience.
(The Center Square) – More than 40 million Americans have filed unemployment claims since mid-March, when state governments across the U.S. began restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19, including closing businesses deemed nonessential.
Philonise Floyd, the brother of a black man who was killed while in Minneapolis police custody, tells CNN's Alisyn Camerota that he wants people protesting his brother's death to be peaceful.
Billions of locusts have been devouring crops, trees and fresh pasture in East Africa for months. Earlier this year, Kenyan farmer Chris Amerikwa told CNN what it was like to live in the eye of the swarm.
Cup Foods co-owner Mahmoud Abumayyaleh describes the moments that led to one of his employee's calling the police on George Floyd for alleged fraud. Abumayyaleh states he saw no sign of Floyd resisting arrest in the shop's surveillance video.
China's National People's Congress voted to approve a decision to enact a highly controversial national security law in Hong Kong, a move that critics say threatens basic political freedoms and civil liberties in the semi-autonomous territory. CNN's Steven Jiang reports.
As heated protests over George Floyd's death continue in Minneapolis, CNN's Sara Sidner shows the 'chaotic' scenes as people looted Target and other local businesses.
The threat of severe storms continues for much of the Eastern US while record heat remains over the west. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the details.
After the death of George Floyd sparked outrage across the country, CNN's Don Lemon speaks frankly to Chris Cuomo about the realities for people of color living in America.
Donald Williams witnessed the arrest of George Floyd, a black man who died after a Minneapolis police officer placed his knee on Floyd's neck. Williams shares his thoughts on the incident with CNN's Chris Cuomo.
Due to Covid-19, crowds are not being allowed inside stadiums during sporting events. Now an app lets fans cheer and boo from home. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
As one county in a key swing state reopens, some of its small business owners are divided on how President Donald Trump has handled the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.