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• Analysis: States with the most gun violence share one trait
• Here's what we know about the 21 victims • At their beloved Town House restaurant, the bereaved of Uvalde find little comfort
11-year-old Miah Cerrillo spoke with CNN producer Nora Neus and said a gunman shot her teachers and friends inside a classroom at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas. Her family set up a GoFundMe page to help pay for her recovery treatments.
CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on the law enforcement's shifting timeline of the response to the mass shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas.
Millions of Americans have responded to the horrific mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde with wrenching and public displays of anger, sadness and rage against the nation's broken political system. This latest tragedy comes a little more than one week after 10 people were killed in a racist hate crime that purposefully targeted Buffalo's Black community. The massacre in Uvalde coincided, almost to the day, with the second anniversary of George Floyd's murder.
The suspect who killed 19 kids and two teachers at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, was a local high school student with few if any friends who officials said legally purchased two assault rifles and scores of ammo last week for his 18th birthday.
Grammy Award-winning country singer Larry Gatlin joins CNN's Pamela Brown to discuss why he dropped out of performing at the NRA convention in Houston.
President Joe Biden has acknowledged there is little he can do without the support of congressional Republicans to stop the horrific mass shootings that happen with alarming frequency in the United States.
• The maker of a gun used in the Texas shooting pulls out of the NRA convention
• VIDEO: Sports host's plea on gun laws • Musicians cancel performances at upcoming NRA convention in wake of Uvalde shooting
Top White House aides have drafted the order for canceling some student loan debt, but they're still waiting for President Joe Biden to make up his mind on whether to go forward with it.
Toronto Police fatally shot a man who was seen carrying a firearm near three schools in the Scarborough area Thursday, police said.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh goes to the Ukrainian front lines as local soldiers test new weapons delivered from the West.
US actor Kevin Spacey was charged on Thursday with four counts of sexual assault against three men by Britain's Crown Prosecution Service.
Since the moment of his birth, my 5-year-old son has been a near unalloyed joy, but the long journey to that moment was anything but joyous. My husband and I started trying for a child in 2013, and I quickly became pregnant. At 10 weeks, I had an unexplained miscarriage. I was rushed to the emergency room where I ultimately had a dilation and curettage, or D&C;, to clear my womb of the self-aborted pregnancy.
There have been increasing fears that Beijing will take military action against Taiwan following Russia's invasion of Ukraine as Chinese leader Xi Jinping has made retaking control of Taiwan a top national priority. Experts say Chinese strategists are watching the war in Ukraine closely, drawing lessons from Russian setbacks. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.
The op-ed below contains mild spoilers for "Top Gun: Maverick."
There's little political risk in taxing hugely profitable oil companies to help consumers pay their exorbitant energy bills. But many economists are warning that such a tax could ultimately do more harm than good.
Planning on a European vacation this summer? Look out for aggressive, dangerous and drunk drivers -- at least, according to the Europeans.
The Biden administration is preparing to step up the kind of weaponry it is offering Ukraine by sending advanced, long-range rocket systems that are now the top request from Ukrainian officials, multiple officials say.
Russia's actions in Ukraine provide enough evidence to conclude that Moscow is inciting genocide and committing atrocities intended to destroy the Ukrainian people, according to the first independent report into allegations of genocide in that country.
Mariupol has been at the center of a ferocious, months-long battle between Ukrainian government forces and Russian soldiers and pro-Russian fighters. CNN's Melissa Bell reports.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have been processed through a series of Russian "filtration camps" in Eastern Ukraine and sent into Russia as part of a systemized program of forced removal, according to four sources familiar with the latest Western intelligence -- an estimate far higher than US officials have publicly disclosed.
Ray Liotta, the actor known for his roles in "Field of Dreams" and the Martin Scorsese mob classic "Goodfellas," has died.
Andy Fletcher, a keyboardist and founding member of Depeche Mode, has died, the band announced on their official social media channels. He was 60 years old.
Alan White, the British drummer who played in the progressive rock band Yes and featured on John Lennon's "Imagine," has died at the age of 72.
Netflix added a warning card to "Stranger Things 4" after Tuesday's mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.
A parole board in California recommended that Patricia Krenwinkel, a former Charles Manson follower and convicted murderer in the notorious 1969 killing spree, should be released, officials said Thursday.
Watch a rat get hounded by dogs at a NYC dog park. Jeanne Moos talks to the hunky hero who went viral rescuing the rat.
Gas prices and Covid cases are high as the US rolls into Memorial Day weekend and the busy summer travel season.
Another key tracker of consumer prices took a breather in April, the Commerce Department reported Friday.
A fuschia Bentley drives down a twisty desert road toward the entrance of the Neon Carnival, an after-party held each year during Coachella. Paris Hilton has arrived. Her hair is in pigtails, twisted in part with white flowers, and she's wearing a sparkly pink romper that matches her platform boots. She greets fans on a red carpet, heads to a packed dance floor and eventually finds her way to the go-karts.
Decades-high inflation is leading to a split in American consumers' behavior.
At the grocery store, shoppers have seen food prices increase at their fastest pace in decades. Yet the price of one hot, juicy, spit-roasted favorite hasn't budged at several top chains: rotisserie chickens.
Mass shootings have become so common in the US that we have developed a pathology for how to react. The aggrieved families who have lost someone they loved are the recipients of thoughts and prayers. Law enforcement is praised for keeping the tragedy from becoming even more horrific. Counseling is offered to survivors. Politicians come to town to express their sympathy and outrage, and vow that the latest community will recover and stand "Texas strong" or "Sandy Hook strong" or "Parkland strong."
With his man prevailing over Donald Trump's chosen candidate, Mike Pence may well mark Tuesday's Georgia gubernatorial primary as the moment when his 2024 presidential bid got real.
As if on cue, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas responded to the horrific shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas -- which left 19 children and two adults dead -- with a familiar refrain.
Some are welcoming the fact that former President Donald Trump's standard-bearer for governor and for his "Big Lie" campaign in Georgia, former US Senator David Perdue, got thumped in that state's Republican primary. Incumbent Brian Kemp appears to have prevailed by over 600,000 votes and more than 50 percentage points.
It's long past time that mass shootings in the United States should be treated as a national security issue; it is about our security as a nation of Americans.
The Supreme Court seems ready to undo Roe v. Wade, the landmark case recognizing the right to choose abortion, in a matter of weeks, and blue as well as red states are already preparing for what might be coming next: a conflict between states seeking to facilitate out-of-state travel for abortion and those trying to shut it down.
Protests were held in the Brazilian city of Umbauba on Thursday following the death of a man in police custody.
Taiwan and the United States could begin talks to deepen trade and economic ties "in a few weeks," two senior Taiwanese government officials told CNN on Friday.
Russia and China on Thursday vetoed a US-drafted United Nations Security Council resolution to strengthen sanctions on North Korea in a vote the US ambassador to the UN called dangerous, disappointing and likely to fuel Pyongyang's program to develop nuclear-capable missile systems.
At least four people were killed and two others were injured Thursday night after a house exploded in a borough near Philadelphia, officials said.
The Justice Department won't bring charges against two former FBI agents accused of mishandling the sex abuse inquiry of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, the third time prosecutors have reached that conclusion.
Federal investigators have interviewed Republicans in Georgia about interactions with people in former President Donald Trump's orbit and his 2020 reelection campaign, as the Justice Department's sprawling criminal probe examines efforts to put forth alternate slates of electors to displace Joe Biden electors in battleground states Trump lost.
Many see Memorial Day weekend as the unofficial start of summer. But, if you are planning outdoor events, you may want to read this first.
Ancient volcanic eruptions on the moon could provide an unexpected resource for future lunar explorers: water.
For these tiny robotic crabs, being small is a virtue.
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