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Caitlyn Jenner: Immigrants should have a legal path to citizenship
California Republican gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner said she favors granting a path to citizenship to the 1.75 million undocumented immigrants in the state's labor force, staking out a position that is more progressive than many voters in the GOP base nationally and at odds with former President Donald Trump, who Jenner supported until 2018.
WH Covid-19 response coordinator: We're turning the corner on pandemic
White House Covid-19 response coordinator Jeffrey Zients said the country is "turning the corner" on the pandemic, but stressed the importance of all Americans to get vaccinated.
Elon Musk tries to explain Dogecoin amid cryptocurrency boom
CNN's Chloe Melas discusses Elon Musk hosting 'SNL.'
Severe storms threaten millions this Mother's Day
Over 40 million people are under the threat for severe storms today. Meteorologist Allison Chinchar breaks down the threats and the timing of these storms.
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Big city chefs are moving to unexpected places
Chef transplants are bringing new flavor to smaller cities and towns in what some industry experts are calling a culinary migration.
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China's out-of-control rocket lands on Earth
NASA has lambasted China for its failure to "meet responsible standards" after debris from its out-of-control Long March 5B rocket likely plunged into the Indian Ocean west of Maldives.
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3 injured in Times Square shooting
Two women and a 4-year-old girl, believed to be innocent bystanders, were wounded in a shooting at New York's Times Square, according to New York police. CNN's Alison Kosik has more.
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'SNL' recap: Elon Musk hosts
"Saturday Night Live" host Elon Musk plays an old west version of himself, pokes fun at Gen Z and has a hard time explaining dogecoin.
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Watch: Elon Musk's 'SNL' monologue
After much fanfare, anticipation and some controversy, eccentric tech billionaire, Elon Musk took the stage to host "Saturday Night Live."
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'How can we feel safe?': Uyghur on Chinese government policy
CNN's Ivan Watson speaks to several Uyghurs about a Chinese government policy that forces Uyghur families to host government officials in their homes.
Acosta: Problem isn't cancel culture, it's the 'cancel cult' of Trump
CNN's Jim Acosta argues that the right-wing voices railing against "cancel culture" are the same ones that love to cancel and silence anyone who won't buy into Donald Trump's big lie about the 2020 election.
Acosta remembers WH Christmas memory with Obamas' dog Bo
The Obamas announced that their beloved family dog Bo has died. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Actress Tawny Kitaen dies at 59
Actress Tawny Kitaen, who appeared in "Bachelor Party" and provocative 1980s rock videos, has died in California. She was 59.
Ex-NASA astronaut: US should pressure China on rocket re-entry protocol
Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly talks to CNN's Jim Acosta about the uncertainty surrounding an out-of-control Chinese rocket that is set to reenter Earth's atmosphere.
2-time Olympic medalist weighs in on Olympics amid pandemic
CNN's Jim Acosta talks with two-time Olympic gold medalist Brandi Chastain about the upcoming summer Olympics in Tokyo amid a fourth wave of coronavirus in Japan.
These ASL interpreters are fighting for justice and access
From emotional verdicts to protest anthems, meet some of the ASL interpreters striving to reach the Deaf community in a year of racial reckoning.
How to prepare for a hurricane
CNN's Jennifer Gray explains some of the important things your family should do to prepare for a hurricane.
At least 30 people killed in blast near Kabul girls' school
At least 30 people have been killed and 52 others wounded in an explosion near a high school for girls in the Afghan capital, Kabul, Afghan officials said. Officials have not revealed the cause of the explosion, or if there was a target. There has been no claim of responsibility yet.
Nepal PM: Covid situation is under control
Nepal's Prime Minister K. P. Sharma Oli tells CNN Nepal's coronavirus situation is under control and they're taking "serious measures" to supply oxygen and hospital beds.
Cyberattack forces major pipeline to shut down temporarily
A cyberattack forced the temporary shut down of one of the US' largest pipelines, highlighting already heightened concerns over the vulnerabilities in the nation's critical infrastructure.
Inside Facebook's oversight board that upheld Trump ban
Facebook's Oversight Board upheld the platform's ban of former President Donald Trump. What could this mean for problematic posts by its other three billion users?
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How the district attorney playbook has changed
In recent years, several U.S. cities have installed progressive district attorneys. But can criminal-justice reform survive a national spike in gun violence and murders?
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Should quoting racial slurs be banned in class?
A firestorm erupted after a White law school student quoted a legal case that included the N-word, raising the question: Should quoting slurs be banned in educational settings?
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Smerconish: Are benefits hurting companies' ability to hire workers?
The new jobs report shows many openings are going unfilled. Are unemployment benefits so high that people are not incentivized to go back to work?
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What a year of mourning taught America's florists about grief
After in-person funeral services were restricted during the pandemic, many sent flowers. From New York City to New Mexico, here's what America's florists have learned after a year of helping us say goodbye.
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US infection rate hits 7-month low as vaccinations rise
Pfizer has begun seeking full FDA approval of its Covid-19 vaccine for people 16 years and older in the US, where infections are falling as more people are getting vaccinated.
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Japan nears a Covid-19 crisis. The Olympics could tip it over the edge
In less than three months, the world will be watching as Japan attempts to host the Summer Olympics in the midst of a global pandemic. As a fourth coronavirus wave takes shape, doctors fear the country's medical system could be pushed beyond the breaking point. CNN's Blake Essig gets rare access to the Covid-19 ward at Saitama Medical University International Medical Center.
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Identical twins had dramatically different Covid-19 reactions
Kelly and Kimberly Standard are identical twins, but their individual experiences with Covid-19 were anything but identical. CNN's Sanjay Gupta reports.
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Game On: Intern video game 'Say No! More'
Play as an intern fending off mean colleagues and arrogant bosses with the power of the word 'No!' in the new indie game. Rick Damigella reports.
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A major disappointment: U.S. added 266,000 jobs in April, well below the 1 million expected
CNN's Phil Mattingly reports
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