At least 16 workers in southwest China were killed after they became trapped underground in a coal mine and exposed to unsafe levels of carbon monoxide, Chinese state media reported.
The mother of a South Carolina teacher who died from Covid-19 earlier this month has died after she was infected by the virus, according to a relative.
Chinese President Xi Jinping believes his policies in the far-western region of Xinjiang are "completely correct," despite growing international criticism of alleged human rights abuses and mass internment.
President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Brad Parscale was hospitalized Sunday following reports of a suicide attempt at his Florida home, CNN has learned.
A Maryland man was sentenced to a year in jail for holding two large parties and violating the state's order against large gatherings, according to the Charles County state's attorney's office.
A Tennessee high school athlete was disqualified from a volleyball match for wearing a hijab, prompting calls for a statewide rule change.
President Trump and his administration have refused to release his income tax returns. A Supreme Court ruling makes it unlikely they will be released in 2020.
Donald Trump paid no federal income taxes whatsoever in 10 out of 15 years beginning in 2000 because he reported losing significantly more than he made, according to an explosive report released Sunday by the New York Times.
President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will forgo a handshake at their first presidential debate on Tuesday, one of several ways Covid-19 has impacted the way the candidates' first face-to-face showdown will play out.
Legendary NFL quarterback Joe Montana and his wife confronted a woman suspected of trying to kidnap their grandchild Saturday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
This week is a big test for the New York City public school system, the largest in the nation. After a chaotic couple of months, officials say they're finally ready to invite students back into classrooms.
For the first time in the NFL's history, three women were on the gridiron Sunday in an official capacity during a regular-season game.
When filmmaker Dawn Porter began work on her documentary about the life of Rep. John Lewis, she knew she wanted to find a way to bring the revered congressman out of the pages of history books and into the full scope of his humanity.
In a sermon titled “Loving Your Enemies,” the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stated that “Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.”
Attorneys for Fox News successfully argued that Tucker Carlson's program is a home for "rhetorical hyperbole and opinion." But do Fox viewers know that? Molly Jong-Fast asserts that "millions of people think that Tucker is a real newscaster."
Maria Ressa says Facebook is "biased against facts," adding, "lies laced with anger and hate spread faster and further than really boring facts." She likens Facebook, along with other social media platforms, to a "behavior modification system, and we users are Pavlov's dogs. "
CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist stresses the importance of patience when it comes to the 2020 vote count. If there is no projected winner on election night, that "doesn't mean that anything is wrong," he says. If a candidate comes out and prematurely proclaims victory, CNN will make …
Brian Stelter interviews CNN's Washington bureau chief Sam Feist about how TV networks and The AP assemble votes and project winners of the election. Feist says the decision desks are not in a "race to be first." Most importantly, "it's really the votes that drive the decisions."
Brian Karem, who asked Trump about a peaceful transfer of power, says he was shocked when Trump did not commit to it. "I thought it would be a very simple question to answer," Karem says. "I thought he would say, 'Are you kidding me? Of course it's going to be peaceful.'"
While most Americans have tuned Trump out, his biggest supporters still take his claims seriously, Brian Stelter says. "He's been telling ghost stories about voter fraud all year long," Stelter says, and news outlets need to scope out the consequences of the constant lying.
Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr, co-chair of the debate commission, dismisses Trump's call for pre-debate drug testing. He expresses confidence in moderator Chris Wallace and talks about the Covid-era changes in effect for this fall's debates.
Brian Stelter, Molly Jong-Fast, and Mark Lukasiewicz discuss Fox journalist Chris Wallace's role as moderator of the first presidential debate. Lukasiewicz warns, "Lying works on live television. Live fact-checking is almost impossible and generally not terribly effective."
Protesters demanding justice for Breonna Taylor spread from coast to coast Saturday night, including in New York City where demonstrators occupied the Brooklyn Bridge.
A fire that began overnight in Napa County, California, has rapidly burned 2,500 acres, forcing a local hospital to evacuate on Sunday while authorities placed more than 7,000 people under evacuation notices.
Many Americans have been working from home since the pandemic started. But the shift to remote working could cause massive problems for the jobs and economy that have long relied on bustling offices and crowded business districts.
The presidential debates for the 2020 election kick off Tuesday in Cleveland, and many Americans are uncertain about what to expect. One thing is for sure: Fox News Sunday anchor and moderator Chris Wallace will not be tasked with fact-checking the candidates in real-time.
After a day of mostly peaceful protests staged by ideologically opposed groups in volatile Portland, Oregon, the demonstrations turned violent as night fell Saturday, prompting police to declare a downtown gathering unlawful and make several arrests.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law on Saturday a package of measures intended to strengthen protections for LGBTQ people, including one that requires the state's correctional system to house transgender, gender-nonconforming and intersex people by their gender identity.
President Donald Trump touts the economy's quick recovery as evidence of his administration's success. He's not wrong, but it's not the full picture.
Police in Ontario, Canada, used a helicopter, night vision technology and canine teams to find a 6-year-old special needs boy who went missing in a forest near his house.
One day last February, a woman walked into a prosecutor's office with a green plastic bin and an astonishing story. For more than an hour, at a conference table with me and two prosecutors from the Major Case Division, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard listened to Jacque Hollander …
The pandemic sent the United States into one of the steepest economic contractions in history, but some businesses are pulling through -- and even thriving during this time of adversity. Some are hiring thousands of employees to keep up with their fast-paced growth.
Tom Ridge, the former Department of Homeland Security secretary during the George W. Bush administration, endorsed Joe Biden in an op-ed published Sunday in The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Investors have shown rabid enthusiasm for new stocks this September. That's forced some strategists to wonder: Is this a repeat of the frenzy that led up to the dot-com crash at the turn of the millennium?
Three artists have partnered to launch a digital platform that allows people unable to march in the streets to participate in Black Lives Matter protests.
At least 10 people were arrested after a group of protesters smashed windows, started street fires and threw fireworks at officers, Seattle police said.
Louisville police arrested 25 people Saturday night as protesters demanding justice for Breonna Taylor took to the streets again.
A suspect is in custody after an officer was injured at the Los Angeles Police Department's Harbor Community Station Saturday night, authorities said.
The news that the officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor wouldn't be charged in her death didn't come as a surprise to many Black Americans -- the state of emergency and boarded up buildings in downtown Louisville, Kentucky, combined with hundreds of years of history, were stron…
One of the most famous American painters and illustrators, Norman Rockwell produced pithy artwork to promote democracy and civic engagement in his time. Now, a museum in Massachusetts dedicated to him asked artists to design "get out the vote" posters for 2020.