Michael Caputo, the top spokesman at the Department of Health and Human Services who recently began a two-month medical leave, has been diagnosed with a metastatic head and neck cancer, a spokesman for the Caputo family said Thursday.
“The loss of George Floyd was the most impact in my whole entire life, you know, up until my sister passed,” Ruby Mallard says.
Firefighters from Mexico are in California to help battle the record-breaking wildfires ravaging the state.
• 22 states report a rise in new cases
Nearly six in 10 Americans say that the president elected in November should be the one to fill the Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, according to a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS.
Battleground states are critical to winning the White House and Florida is a battleground state like no other. CNN’s Harry Enten explains what makes the Sunshine State so unique and what that means for the 2020 election.
Curbside pickup is exploding in the pandemic as more people choose to order online and scoop up their groceries outside the store without leaving their car. But you won’t find that option at a Costco store anytime soon.
Google Maps will soon show how prevalent coronavirus is in geographic areas with a new color-coded update.
The Southampton Arms barely survived the spring.
As if the weather chaos of a record hurricane season wasn’t enough, we now have a new thing to worry about.
The Cherokee Nation’s reservation boundaries are now visible on Google Maps — an overdue acknowledgment of the tribal lands in Oklahoma.
Former Gov. John Hickenlooper attacked Sen. Cory Gardner in a new ad released Wednesday, charging that the Colorado Republican is “ready to rush through a Supreme Court justice at lightning speed” rather than address a host of other issues.
Philadelphia’s top election official is warning that thousands of mail-in ballots could be thrown out in November unless changes are made to rules around “secrecy envelopes” — second sleeves that help prevent poll workers from seeing how someone voted.
We won’t even know who President Donald Trump’s pick to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court will be until late this week, but we know now for (almost) certain that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) has the votes to confirm the pick to the court.