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Gupta on Trump's coronavirus claim: That's not true

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta fact checks his exchange with President Donald Trump during a coronavirus press conference when Trump claimed the flu had higher death rates than the coronavirus.

US stocks on track for worst week since financial crisis

US stocks fell into correction territory on Thursday amid a continued selloff over the coronavirus outbreak. All three major US indexes are now on track for their worst week since the financial crisis.

Worshipers had to attend mass when ill, says ex-member of religious group tied to outbreak

Illness was never accepted as a valid reason to miss services at the Shincheonji religious group, says former member Duhyen Kim.

Can Bernie Sanders beat Donald Trump? Here's the reality

• Klobuchar dishes on viral debate photo

Anderson Cooper to Bloomberg: Seems you've only had change of heart because you're running for president

At the CNN Democratic town hall in Charleston, South Carolina, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg discusses what he's done to reverse the effects of his old stop-and-frisk program.

Mosque attack: 'We had to stop praying and run away'

• 24 dead, 188 injured in New Delhi clashes

One of the biggest airports in the world's controversial runway blocked by court ruling

The British government's contentious plans to build a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport have been blocked by an appeals court on environmental grounds, in a landmark victory for climate campaigners.

How doctor tried to improve President Trump's diet

President Donald Trump's former chief physician, Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, tried to sneak cauliflower into the President's mashed potatoes. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the cauliflower caper.

UK-EU trade talks start Monday. Britain is already threatening to walk away

Britain has threatened to walk away from trade negotiations with the European Union if sufficient progress hasn't been made by June, raising the stakes just days before the country begins crucial talks with its largest export market.

Hundreds of balloons released at an event. Officials don't want it to happen again

You'd think all animals would need oxygen to live, right? Wrong.

Obama sends cease-and-desist letter to Republican super PAC over Biden ad

Representatives for Barack Obama sent a cease-and-desist letter to a Republican super PAC on Wednesday, demanding that they stop airing an ad that uses the former President's words to imply former Vice President Joe Biden supports "plantation politics."

Chinese space mission reveals what it's like on the far side of the moon

China's Chang'e-4 mission, the first to land on the far side of the moon, is unveiling lunar secrets one layer at a time, according to a new study.

Gunman kills five coworkers in Wisconsin

An employee stormed the Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee and killed five co-workers before turning the gun on himself in one of the city's deadliest shootings.

Ghosh: 'There's no political reins' on Modi

Christiane Amanpour speaks with Bobby Ghosh, former editor-in-chief of the Hindustan Times, about President Trump's visit to India and Prime Minister Modi's rule.

A woman took 550 times the usual dose of LSD, with surprisingly positive consequences

Drug overdoses can be life threatening, but for two women who accidentally took massive hits of LSD the experience was life changing -- and in a good way.

Secret doorway discovered under London's House of Commons

A 17th-century door has just been discovered under London's House of Commons.

Saudi officials order arrest of female rapper for 'Mecca Girl' music video

Officials in Saudi Arabia have ordered the arrest of a female rapper and her crew for posting a music video "Mecca Girl" on YouTube.

What Trump's 'peace' agreement with Taliban really means

The Trump administration is close to signing a "peace" agreement with the Taliban, but let's not kid ourselves; this is really a withdrawal agreement in the middle of a hotly contested presidential election season. Such an agreement with the Taliban will allow Trump to point to a campaign promise kept: getting the United States out of its longest war.

Warren: Will run until convention even if behind in delegates

At the CNN Democratic town hall in Charleston, South Carolina, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) said that she is ready for a convention floor battle this summer if none of the Democratic candidates reach a delegate majority during the primaries.

Washington state legislators voted to reduce penalty for intentionally exposing a sexual partner to HIV

A bill that's steadily progressing in Washington state would reduce the penalty for intentionally exposing another to blood-borne pathogens like HIV.

'My body became a distraction,' says retiring Sharapova

It was Maria Sharapova's mental toughness which set her apart from most of her peers. There may have been others with more talent, players who moved more elegantly on the court, yet few could match her spirit. She was the ultimate competitor.

See Prince Harry introduced as just 'Harry'

Prince Harry asked attendees at a conference to call him simply "Harry," as he begins his final round of public engagements before beginning a new chapter away from the British royal family.

A hearse was stolen and police are asking suspects to 'bring back the deceased person'

Los Angeles police are looking for the suspects who took off with a hearse that had a body inside.

Demolition company accidentally destroys wrong house in Texas

A demolition company in Texas admitted that it made a mistake after demolishing the wrong house in a Dallas neighborhood.

Trial begins for 2 Americans charged in stabbing death of Italian police officer

Two Americans charged with aggravated murder and extortion in the stabbing death of an Italian police officer last July went on trial Wednesday in Rome, claiming self-defense.

London street named for Freddie Mercury

A suburban London street has been renamed in honor of late musician Freddie Mercury.

Federal health officials investigate E. coli outbreak likely linked to Jimmy John's

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced an investigation into a multi-state E. coli outbreak they believe is linked to Jimmy John's.

Jay-Z and Yo Gotti file second lawsuit against Mississippi prisons on behalf of 150 inmates living in 'filth and dilapidation'

Rappers Yo Gotti and Jay-Z filed a second lawsuit this week against the Mississippi Department of Corrections targeting the state's notorious Parchman prison, where at least nine inmates have died since the beginning of the year.

These girls have a message for people suffering from coronavirus

The Auckland Girls' Choir in New Zealand performed an original song in English and Chinese to support people fighting the coronavirus in China.

14 foot waves may be coming to the Great Lakes

Very big waves are coming to the Great Lakes, with swells that could exceed 14 feet Thursday, according to CNN meteorologist Michael Guy.

The $20 million Saudi Cup to become world's richest horse race

Eye-watering amounts of money are on offer in Saturday's Saudi Cup as the brand new horse race takes the crown as the sport's richest event.

Premier League to launch official Hall of Fame for 'very best'

Ryan Giggs, Thierry Henry, Alan Shearer -- the list of world-class players to have graced the Premier League is seemingly endless.

There are actually two species of red panda, not just one

Scientists have discovered for the first time that there are two distinct species of red panda, not just one -- and the find could have important ramifications for conservation efforts.

Why they made these VR cameras champagne-proof

Just because your favorite band's live show sold out in minutes, it doesn't mean you have to miss out.

Dunkin's latest release is quite simply a bag of bacon

While other fast food chains are rushing to launch meatless and plant-based options, Dunkin' went in the opposite direction and released the ultimate snack for meat lovers.

Graciela Iturbide's images reveal untold stories of indigenous Mexico

Graciela Iturbide's documentary photography captures Mexico's culture through haunting portraits of marginalized communities, portrayed with complexity and compassion.

Images show massive Antarctic change in just 9 days

CNN's Tom Sater speaks to scientists about an unprecedented heat wave that has resulted in rapidly melting ice caps in Antarctica. Experts warn this may lead to irreversible damage.

Saudi Arabia launches a soccer league for women

Saudi Arabia is launching a soccer league for women, another gesture toward loosening some of the strict rules that are still imposed on women living in the ultra-conservative kingdom.

Colbert remixes Sanders' debate line with '90s rap

Late-night TV host Stephen Colbert had live instant reaction to the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina. CNN's Laura Jarrett reports he nailed his impression of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

Bebe Rexha reveals she is bipolar

Bebe Rexha has gone public with something personal.

Actor says he'll stop playing beloved 'Simpsons' character

Hank Azaria says he will stop voicing the beloved "The Simpsons" character Apu Nahasapeemapetilon. CNN's Rosemary Church reports.

12 of New Zealand's most beautiful places

You've seen your friends' photos, you've watched the Lord of the Rings trilogy and you're desperate to experience New Zealand for yourself. But considering that the Land of the Long White Cloud is about the same size as the UK, how will you decide what to see?

First US coronavirus case of 'unknown' origin confirmed

A patient being treated for novel coronavirus at UC Davis Medical Center was admitted to the facility last week but wasn't tested until Sunday, according to a letter sent to UC Davis staff and obtained by CNN.

Trump takes victory lap early on in virus fight

President Donald Trump wants America to know he's doing a great job in keeping out the novel coronavirus, in a victory lap that could look premature if his own experts are correct in their more somber forecasts.

A global coronavirus: Travel bans, face masks, and fear

• Worshipers had to attend mass when ill, says ex-member of religious group tied to outbreak • Universities to repatriate students in Europe

Deadly outbreak is unintentionally fanning the flames in Europe

• Worshipers had to attend mass when ill, says ex-member of religious group tied to outbreak • Universities to repatriate students in Europe

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