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Apple and Epic wrap up first week of their blockbuster trial. Here's what happened and what's next
Is Fortnite a game? An app? An expansive virtual universe? All of the above?
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Mount St. Helens Fast Facts
View the Mount St. Helens Fast Facts on CNN and learn more about the volcano in Washington.
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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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Bernard Shaw Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Bernard Shaw and learn more regarding this acclaimed journalist and one of the first CNN anchors.
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Driver was shot after a verbal altercation with another driver, Atlanta police say
A female driver was shot and taken to the hospital after a verbal altercation with a male driver near Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Saturday evening, police said in a news release.
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Louis Farrakhan Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts on the life of Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam.
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George Lucas Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the life and career of filmmaker George Lucas.
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Start your week smart: Cyberattack, vaccine boosters, cicadas, Ramadan, Afghanistan
Here's what you need to know to Start Your Week Smart.
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Armed Forces Day Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about Armed Forces Day and learn about a holiday observed in some areas of the United States to honor all branches of the military.
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Prices are rising everywhere you look
Everywhere you look, there are headlines about higher prices.
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NASA criticizes China's handling of rocket reentry as debris lands near Maldives
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This Mother's Day, join the fight against pediatric cancer
It's been 25 days since my son Blake died in my arms after battling brain cancer for nearly a year and a half, writes René Marsh. Every day — and especially today — I mourn the daily joys of being Blake's mom that pediatric brain cancer stole.
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People of color have a new enemy: techno-racism
Digital technologies used by government agencies and private companies can unwittingly discriminate against people of color, experts say.
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People of color have a new enemy: techno-racism
As protesters take to the streets to fight for racial equality in the United States, experts in digital technology are quietly tackling a lesser known but related injustice.
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Chef transplants are bringing new flavor to suburbs and smaller cities and towns
A growing number of star chefs are moving from America's largest cities to suburbs and smaller cities and towns. Find out why and what they're discovering and creating in their new locations.
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Star chefs leaving big cities for suburbs and small towns -- here's why
Each Sunday morning, right at 10 a.m., Carolyn Nugent and Alen Ramos sit in their townhouse and watch their phones light up with email after email from strangers eager to get their hands on their much-talked about apple fritters, Berliner donuts and rye bagels.
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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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Biden says he no longer understands Republicans. He has a chance to figure the GOP out this week.
President Joe Biden used a fleeting handshake moment below Air Force One this week to pitch two Republican senators on his plan for infrastructure.
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Donald Trump exerts eerie grip on GOP
As House Republicans set the stage for removing Rep. Liz Cheney from her party leadership post this coming week, it became clearer than ever that the defeated former President owns the GOP. And, four months after rioting Trump supporters invaded the Capitol to try to stop certification of Joe Biden's victory, it's also clear that the GOP owns the baggage that comes with pledging fealty to Trump.
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Canelo Alvarez stops Billy Joe Saunders in front of record 73,126 fans in Texas
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez added the WBO super-middleweight belt to his burgeoning collection, defeating Billy Joe Saunders in front of a record-breaking 73,126 crowd inside Texas' AT&T Stadium.
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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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Scottish National Party promise independence referendum after election win
The Scottish National Party is promising to hold a second independence referendum after election results announced Saturday saw pro-independence candidates gain a majority in the Scottish parliament.
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Why Republicans are ready to kill the $300 pandemic unemployment boost
Even as Congress raced to rescue the nation from the coronavirus pandemic last spring, Republican lawmakers were raising red flags about expanding unemployment benefits -- particularly providing the jobless with a weekly federal supplement worth hundreds of dollars.
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Tropical Depression 'One' forms in Pacific ahead of hurricane season
The first tropical cyclone of the 2021 eastern Pacific hurricane season formed off the southwest coast of Mexico on Sunday morning.
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50 years after Marvin Gaye asked, 'What's Going On?' America still has no answer
As a child, musician Devon Gilfillian remembers his father, a professional wedding singer, harmonizing with Marvin Gaye's iconic "What's Going On" album in their living room. While the groove of the music was palpable, the lyrics were lost on a young Gilfillian.
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50 years after Marvin Gaye asked, 'What's Going On?' America still searching for an answer
As a child, musician Devon Gilfillian remembers his father, a professional wedding singer, harmonizing with Marvin Gaye's iconic "What's Going On" album in their living room. While the groove of the music was palpable, the lyrics were lost on a young Gilfillian.
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These beautiful Italian towns will pay you to work remotely
Bored of staring at the same old walls while working from home? The pretty Italian towns of Santa Fiora in Tuscany and Rieti in Lazio are both offering to pay half the rent of anyone choosing to move there to work remotely.
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These beautiful Italian towns will pay you to work remotely
Remote working has become a possibility for many during the pandemic, meaning the office can now be anywhere from a kitchen table to a sandy beach on the other side of the world.
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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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