The impression Biden gave was unrecognizable compared to the President's mockery. Trump's efforts to portray his rival as senile could backfire.
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During a CNN town hall, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden got angry talking about his son Beau Biden, who died of cancer, during a question about healthcare.
For a couple of hours Thursday night, America was treated with honesty and compassion by a man who wants to hold its highest office. That could be the entire review right there, how jarring and unusual it was to visualize a president who could clear the extremely low bar of telling the truth and caring about pain. We've had presidents like that before, of course, but after a particularly brutal news week it was starting to feel like that kind of leadership belongs to a different era.
During a CNN town hall with Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, a small business owner and 2016 Trump voter asks Biden about decreasing regulatory burdens for farmers and small business owners.
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Michiganders urged to stay indoors as officials race to stop spread of a dangerous mosquito-bornea disease
Not only are Michigan health officials dealing with the coronavirus, but they're also trying to contain the spread of a rare mosquito-borne disease.
CNN's Brianna Keilar says "misinformation is a virus unto itself and Fox News is the vector." She breaks down the misleading and false claims on the coronavius pandemic broadcast by the network.
A federal judge issued a historic decision to temporarily block the US Postal Service and Postmaster General Louis DeJoy from changing a wide swath of USPS policies or protocols ahead of November's presidential election.
With rain finally arriving in parts of the West Coast, fire officials hope the forecast will help them gain ground on the deadly wildfires that forced thousands to evacuate this week.
Former senior Trump administration official Miles Taylor tells CNN's Chris Cuomo that he's personally witnessed Vice President Mike Pence praise former homeland security adviser to Pence, Olivia Troye, who slammed President Donald Trump's response to the coronavirus pandemic in a new video.
For Americans living abroad, voting in US elections has always required extra patience and planning.
President Donald Trump loves Twitter, often tweeting countless times a day. In early September, the President tweeted his thoughts about how lucky the American people are to "have me as your President." Chris Cillizza explains the hidden meaning revealed in this tweet.
The outgoing United States Ambassador to China has denounced Beijing's initial handling of the coronavirus, saying that "what could have been contained in Wuhan ended up becoming a worldwide pandemic."
Jeremiah "Jerry" Harris, one of the students featured in Netflix's breakout docuseries "Cheer," has been arrested and charged with production of child pornography, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Joseph Fitzpatrick.
A graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has resigned from a teaching position after admitting on social media that they falsely claimed to be a person of color.
HLN's Melissa Knowles reports on Kristen Bell's story of finding her kids drinking non-alcoholic beers during school Zoom class.
For burger lovers out there, a dream job has opened up: getting paid to eat cheeseburgers.
A Massachusetts man was woken up by a bear nudging his foot after falling asleep in his backyard.
Ellesia Blaque, who lives with the the chronic medical conditions sarcoidosis and neurosarcoidosis, asked President Donald Trump about his healthcare plan at an ABC town hall. She tells CNN's Brianna Keilar about the experience and how she reacted to Trump's answer.
A team of scientists who put an alligator in a helium-filled box and made it shout have won an Ig Nobel Prize, a prestigious(ish) award that commemorates the science world's more unorthodox experiments.
For a father and son, a hug before the first game of football season is a special moment. For Scott and Cade Sullivan, it was the moment of a lifetime.
Less than a week after she won the US Open, three-time major champion Naomi Osaka of Japan announced on social media that she will not play in the French Open in Paris.
A fan who attended the Kansas City Chiefs' opening night game at Arrowhead Stadium on September 10 has tested positive for Covid-19.
WNBA star Maya Moore announced her marriage to Jonathan Irons, who she helped exonerate after he served 22 years in prison for a crime he did not commit.
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When the presidents of two historically Black colleges announced they were participating in a Covid-19 vaccine trial, they hoped to encourage other African Americans to do the same to ensure that an eventual vaccine has been tested on -- and is effective for -- people of color.
Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl once said, "When we are no longer able to change a situation... we are challenged to change ourselves."
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A toddler is fitted with hearing aids and hears his mom's voice for the first time. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the moment.
Amazon Prime Day 2020 was delayed for months this year, but finally, the retailer's biggest sale event seems to be on the horizon. Of course, it's never too early to start preparing — and writing up your wish list for the big sale.
For years, Costco and Sam's Club have dominated warehouse club retail, where members pay an annual fee to buy large quantities of goods at low prices. But a much smaller warehouse chain has gained steam as shoppers load up on groceries in the pandemic: BJ's Wholesale Club.
The International Space Station has served as the world's most unique laboratory for two decades, hosting hundreds of scientific experiments, crews of astronauts and even the occasional slime.
The pandemic has severely disrupted the education and childcare systems that millions of parents rely on while they're at work.
With the new live-action version of "Mulan," Disney missed the mark with viewers in China and the United States. How did they mess this up so badly? There are numerous controversies surrounding the film's release, but most of them do not even have to do with the fact that the movie itself is a boring, drab and inaccurate mess. Although the story is well known around the world, the live-action movie is slow, repetitive, and lacking in any substantial character development.
There are millions of people across the globe just like me. People beaten down by diseases we didn't ask for; diseases we were born with, or acquired. We are people who must face them on a daily basis, and for the rest of our lives, and for which we are minimized and ignored.
By repeating false and misleading statements about the potential for voter fraud and post-election violence, Attorney General William Barr has stepped out of his role as the nation's chief law enforcement officer and marred the 2020 elections. This parroting of President Donald Trump's unsupported rhetoric is irresponsible and dangerous, turning the job of the Department of Justice as the protector of voting rights on its head.
In 1961, famed civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer's uterus was removed by a White doctor without her consent while she was undergoing surgery to remove a tumor. Sterilization of Black women was so common at the time that the practice was dubbed a "Mississippi appendectomy."
College life right now is a mess: there has been an explosion of Covid-19 cases on college campuses since some schools resumed in person. According to The New York Times weekly tally updated on September 10, there have been 88,000 Covid-19 cases across 1,190 college campuses. Of these, "more than 61,000 cases came since late August."
President Trump continues to claim mail-in voting is rife with fraud. CNN's Daniel Dale explains how his go-to examples don't showcase fraud.
A lot of people have concerns about mail-in voting (is the Postal Service being sabotaged? Will their vote be counted?), and also about the state of American democracy in general.
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This Pacific Island province is so frustrated with China's presence that it's pushing for independence
Villagers who refuse to wear masks are being forced by local authorities to dig graves for victims of Covid-19 in one part of rural Indonesia to help convince others to do their part to help stop the pandemic. CNN's Selina Wang reports.
A high-profile United States official is visiting Taiwan for the second time in two months, the latest sign of warming ties between Washington and Taipei, as Beijing escalates pressure on the self-governed island through a series of military drills and aircraft incursions.
Novichok found on water bottle suggests Russia's Navalny poisoned before he went to airport, aides say
Traces of poison were found on a bottle of water from the hotel room in Siberia where Alexey Navalny stayed before falling ill, the Russian opposition politician's team said Thursday.
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Louisville Metro Council passes vote of no confidence against mayor over handling of Breonna Taylor case
The Louisville Metro Council passed a resolution Thursday night that expresses no-confidence in Mayor Greg Fischer for his lack of transparency and mishandling of the Breonna Taylor case, a 26-year-old EMT killed in her home by police.
Students dismissed for violating public health protocols will have fall expenses applied to spring semester
Eleven Northeastern University students who were dismissed from the university's study abroad program for violating the school's public health protocols will each get $27,760 of their fall semester expenses credited to their spring semester at the university.
Winston Groom, the American novelist and author of "Forrest Gump," has died.
A federal judge in Michigan blocked a state law that made it a crime to hire drivers to take people to the polls, handing a victory to the pro-Joe Biden super PAC that challenged the law.
Here we go again. Again.
The gravity of 2020 can make feting celebrities and their work feel pretty superficial, until you stop to think about what that work means to us in these times.
Pete Souza became an unlikely political figure, stepping out from his behind-the-scenes role as official White House photographer and into the spotlight with Instagram posts jabbing President Trump, which became the book "Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents." That provides the foundation for a documentary, "The Way I See It," which offers an insider's view of Barack Obama presidency through Souza's unerring lens.