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This week, 3,234 pages of emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical adviser to the President, were released through a Freedom Of Information Act request. I'm still trying to digest them all, as I expect many people are.
Duke University's Mike Krzyzewski, the all-time winningest coach in men's Division I college basketball, is set to retire following the Blue Devils upcoming 2021-2022 season, according to reports from ESPN and Stadium. CNN has reached out to Duke for confirmation but has yet to hear back.
Rep. Mo Brooks is avoiding an insurrection lawsuit. Rep. Eric Swalwell hired a private investigator to find him.
Republican Rep. Mo Brooks is avoiding a lawsuit from his Democratic colleague Rep. Eric Swalwell that seeks to hold him accountable for the January 6 Capitol insurrection -- so much so that Swalwell's attorneys hired a private investigator to find him.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush announced Wednesday night that he's running for attorney general in Texas, setting up a GOP showdown with one of the most high-profile Republican attorneys general in the country, Ken Paxton.
CNN's Dana Bash reports that a former Trump adviser says the former president is so focused on the lie that the 2020 election was stolen from him that he's listening to "the bottom of the bottom of the crazies in the barrel."
Deputies in Volusia County, Florida, shot a 14-year-old girl on Tuesday night after she and a 12-year-old boy fled a group home, broke into a house, found multiple guns inside and then opened fire on deputies, according to Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood.
Debt? What debt? Graduates celebrated when Wilberforce University announced that student loans are forgiven. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Talk of overturning the 2020 election on new social media platforms used by QAnon followers sparks fears of further violence
Online conversation among Trump supporters and QAnon followers on new and emerging social media platforms is creating concern on Capitol Hill that President Donald Trump's continued perpetuation of the falsehood that the 2020 election was stolen could soon incite further violence, three congressional sources tell CNN.
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on how Trump supporters are turning to a new platform called "Telegram" to push Donald Trump's big lie.
A coalition of Israeli political parties announced they had agreed to a deal to form a new government, paving the way for the exit of Israel's longest serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. CNN's Wolf Blitzer discusses with Oren Liebermann and Gil Hoffman, Chief Political Correspondent at The Jerusalem Post.
Political conservatives are more likely to believe untrue news reports than liberals are, researchers reported Wednesday.
ExxonMobil said it expects a third activist shareholder will be elected to its board of directors, following a contentious vote.
A coalition of Israeli political parties announced Wednesday night they had agreed to a deal to form a new government, paving the way for the exit of Israel's longest serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the longest-serving Israeli prime minister in history, might soon find himself out of power.
It was just supposed to be a kickback.
CNN's SE Cupp says by pushing legislation in an attempt to make it more difficult to vote, Republicans have shown they are all out of ideas.
The US Army said Wednesday that it will not investigate former Gen. Michael Flynn for statements he recently made in which he appeared to endorse a Myanmar-style coup occurring in the US.
Video posted by OnlyinDade.com appears to show the moment that at least three gunmen opened fire outside a concert venue near Hialeah, Florida.
The US military has issued an apology after soldiers accidentally stormed a factory in Bulgaria that produces processing machinery for olive oil during a training exercise last month.
The EU digital Covid-19 certificate for travel can be opened to non-EU international travelers, including those from the United States, subject to individual member states' acceptance of proof of vaccination, a negative test result or recovery from Covid infection, an EU Commission spokesperson told CNN on Wednesday.