The US has seen 5 million coronavirus cases and more than 163,000 deaths. But as the virus spreads, so does the misinformation. CNN’s
Three new polls out this week find former Vice President Joe Biden leading or in a tight race with President Donald Trump in the crucial battleground state of Wisconsin.
When Highwire Public Relations went all remote in March, the company ramped up its meetings to make up for the lost face time.
First it was onions and now, it’s lemons, limes, oranges and potatoes.
Colorado has had universal mail-in voting for seven years. George Stern helps oversee elections in Colorado and has invited President Trump to see how it’s done. Lucy Kafanov reports.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar fact checks statements made by President Donald Trump during a coronavirus briefing that ranged from misleading claims about election security to incorrect claims about the reason WWII ended.
Satire is now dead.
Attorneys for Ghislaine Maxwell asked a federal judge on Monday to direct the Bureau of Prisons to release her into the general population of the federal facility where she’s incarcerated, saying she has been “held under uniquely onerous conditions” in the wake of last year’s jailhouse death of her former boyfriend and alleged accomplice, Jeffrey…
The director of the National Institutes of Health is putting his foot down.
Singer and “The Voice” judge Kelly Clarkson announced she will be filling in for Simon Cowell on “America’s Got Talent” while he recovers from breaking his back in an electric bike accident.
Apple has long been expected to debut a batch of 5G-enabled iPhones this fall. Now it appears all of the company’s new phone releases this year may be able to connect to the next generation of super-fast wireless networks, according to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives.
A long-shelved episode of ABC’s “Black-ish” has finally reached the public — not on the network, but rather its sister Disney-controlled streaming service, Hulu. Yet watching the half-hour, titled “Please, Baby, Please,” reflects more on the misguided timidity of the broadcaster that balked at airing it than the episode itself.