Retail workers, restaurant staff and others have often had to carry out their employers' rules, sometimes with violent consequences
CVS, Walgreens and Macy's said they are reviewing their requirements for facial coverings following new CDC guidance easing mask wearing for people vaccinated against Covid-19.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses the CDC's announcement that fully vaccinated people go can without masks indoors and outdoors.
People fully vaccinated against Covid-19 generally don't need to wear masks or practice social distancing inside or outside, the director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Thursday -- one of many milestones Americans are starting to see now that Covid-19 vaccinations are open to young teens.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday abruptly changed its guidance on masks and social distancing, saying people who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 don't have to wear masks indoors, and they don't have to keep their distance from others.
Republican senators celebrate by removing their masks on Capitol Hill after the CDC's latest guidance that fully vaccinated individuals can go maskless both indoors and outdoors.
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Nine people in Rhode Island's capital were injured in a shooting Thursday, Providence Police Chief Hugh Clement said during a news conference.
The ex-Florida tax collector with close ties to Rep. Matt Gaetz is planning to plead guilty on Monday in a federal court in Florida, according to a new filing Thursday.
Joel Greenberg, the ex-Florida tax collector with close ties to Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), is planning to plead guilty on Monday in a federal court in Florida, according to a new filing Thursday. CNN CNN legal analyst Elie Honig evaluates what this means for the federal sex trafficking case against Gaetz.
Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber on Wednesday afternoon, the latest of several confrontations Greene has had with her Democratic colleagues.
Washington Post reporter Marianna Sotomayor discusses witnessing Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) confront Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) in the halls of Congress.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene obviously has a lot of time on her hands these days.
Robert Durst, the subject of the HBO crime documentary "The Jinx," has bladder cancer that is not being treated, Durst's attorneys told CNN Thursday.
The Wall Street Journal reports that prosecutors have subpoenaed a Manhattan private school for information related to Trump Organization Chief Financial Officer Allen Weisselberg's two grandchildren.
CNN's Manu Raju speaks with several GOP lawmakers who continue to question of the results of the 2020 election and downplay the violence that occurred during the January 6th Capitol riot.
Colonial Pipeline paid the ransomware group that carried out a crippling cyberattack, two sources familiar with the matter told CNN on Thursday.
Lindsey Graham, South Carolina senator and lead enabler of Donald Trump, said something recently that told more truth than maybe he intended.
Prince Harry has spoken about the extent to which he and Meghan tried to keep their burgeoning relationship under wraps, how it felt to grow up in the media spotlight and his new life in the US.
Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" joked about Republicans who sound very different five months after the Capitol insurrection.
Apple parted ways with a new employee this week after thousands of workers petitioned the company to investigate how it hired the man, who had previously published an autobiography they said contains misogynistic statements.
Target has announced that it will temporarily stop selling trading cards -- of both the sports and Pokémon variety -- in stores following a recent violent dispute at one of its locations.
The identity of The Russian Dolls was revealed as a popular 1990s band on "The Masked Singer."
Seven members of the New York Yankees' coaching and support staff have tested positive for Covid-19 despite being inoculated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the baseball team's manager said.
The most recent trend with Apple products is that they're powered by processors created by the Cupertino-based company. And thanks to the marriage of Apple's hardware and software, these devices can work together more seamlessly than ever, making each of them a compelling buy for those already using other Apple devices such as iPhones, Macs and Apple Watches.
Anderson Cooper shares stories about the two unique things he shares in common with actress Julianna Margulies: experience waiting tables and bizarre encounters with Steven Seagal. Anderson Cooper Full Circle airs Monday, Tuesday and Friday at 6p E.T.
Republican Missouri Gov. Mike Parson said Thursday that he will not expand Medicaid -- a change approved by voters and scheduled to start July 1 -- because lawmakers did not appropriate funding.
Nearly 2 million Americans will lose pandemic unemployment benefits early as more Republican states drop relief
Nearly 2 million jobless Americans are set to lose their pandemic unemployment benefits early, with Georgia, Arizona and Ohio becoming the latest Republican-led states to announce they would cease providing enhanced federal jobless payments.
At least 16 states are terminating federal pandemic unemployment benefits early, citing workforce shortages. Nearly 2 million Americans will be affected, according to an analysis by The Century Foundation.
Prices are climbing all over the place as the economy is reopening. But for lower-income earners — who were already hit hardest by the pandemic — the sudden price spikes are squeezing their budgets even further.
The long-awaited and much anticipated "Friends" reunion is coming to HBO Max at last.
The following contains spoilers about the "Mom" series finale.
"The Underground Railroad" has an almost dreamlike quality, exploring an alternate history of the antebellum South that filters Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize-winning book through "Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins' lens. But the emotional wallop delivered by Amazon's beautifully rendered limited series is somewhat offset by the journey's length, stretching about six terrific hours' worth of TV over a 10-hour format.
Maldives has banned tourists from South Asia, cutting off an escape route for wealthy Indians fleeing their own country's Covid-19 crisis.
Caleb Kennedy is out of the Top 5 on "American Idol" and has apologized for a video that shows him with someone wearing a Ku Klux Klan-style hood.
Meteorologist Jennifer McDermed got caught in an on-air graphics error that "multiplied" her across the screen. She and her coworkers thought it was hilarious.
Oprah Winfrey is revealing that she once asked a celebrity a question that now makes her cringe.
Tesla's Chinese sales last month were much weaker than they originally appeared.
Inflation is all that the market seems to care about these days. Wages are rising, consumer prices are surging — and investors are worried the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates faster than expected to keep inflation in check.
Okay, last call.
This needs to be said right up front about the pending Justice Department investigation of Rep. Matt Gaetz: there's still a lot that we don't know. He has steadfastly, even furiously, denied any wrongdoing. But the facts that have emerged -- including new CNN reporting that federal prosecutors are attempting to obtain cooperation from Gaetz's ex-girlfriend -- seem likely to paint a bleak picture for Gaetz moving forward.
Over the past few months, public and private innovation in America has coalesced around one goal: bribe people in order to get them vaccinated against Covid-19. Getting people vaccinated is lofty and noble, necessary for public health, necessary to defend those who can't be vaccinated, and if bribery gets us there, I'm all for it.
California Republican gubernatorial candidate Caitlyn Jenner this week gave an interview to CNN's Dana Bash in which she was criticized for saying that she's "kind of" a Republican (when she is registered as one) and that she didn't vote in the 2020 election (when official records show she voted by mail).
The ongoing saga of a tiger found wandering in a Houston neighborhood Sunday, and the arrest of its apparent caretaker -- as the cat has gone missing -- has captivated America. Houston may be the last place you would expect to see a tiger roam, but private ownership and breeding of big cats is a Texas-sized problem in the United States. While tiger ownership is banned in Houston, it is legal in other parts of Texas.
When House Republicans gathered in April to discuss their campaign prospects, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney was disturbed by a presentation of internal polling data shared by the National Republican Congressional Committee: The briefers left out the fact that Donald Trump, the man who was consolidating control of the party, was not popular among voters in the key swing districts where the battle for control of Congress is won or lost.
Faced with the greatest challenge of national recovery since former President Franklin Roosevelt, President Joe Biden has made his top priority fixing America's broken home. He has subsequently chosen his foreign policy priorities carefully -- Iran, China and climate.
By now, we have all heard about last week's Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack that caused a shutdown of the 5,500-mile pipeline responsible for carrying fuel from refineries along the Gulf Coast to New Jersey. The disruption led to stranding gasoline supplies across half the East coast, raising gas prices at the pump and to some states preemptively declaring an emergency.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson admitted Thursday that his government was "anxious" about the coronavirus variant first identified in India, as the number of UK cases of the strain more than doubled in a week.
The handprints on the ceiling of an Indonesian cave are among the earliest known to archaeologists and date back 39,000 years.
US passport holders have more international travel options now than at any point during the Covid-19 pandemic.