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Boris Johnson had big plans for 2020. With the Brexit question that had torn the nation apart for nearly four years finally settled, the Prime Minister was ready to spend some of the political capital he'd earned with his landslide election victory to bring the nation together. Then Covid-19 happened.
As the US recorded the highest single day of new coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, President Donald Trump looked to distract from the virus' deadly toll by seizing on Joe Biden's comment in Thursday night's debate that America should shift its reliance on oil toward greater renewable energy use.
A heavily armed man arrested in North Carolina in May and indicted by a grand jury in September for possession of child pornography researched and traveled near the residence of former Vice President Joe Biden, according to information disclosed in a federal court filing.
Contaminated water that could soon be released into the sea from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant contains radioactive carbon with the potential to damage human DNA, environmental rights organization Greenpeace has warned.
The investigative group Bellingcat has uncovered new details about Russia's development of the Novichok nerve agent, which was used against the former Russian agent Sergei Skripal in England in 2018 and the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny in August.
In Mar-a-Lago's disco-lit main ballroom, he watched as a large crowd serenaded his son's girlfriend while sparklers flared. On the stone dining patio, he hosted the Brazilian President for talks as diners sat at tables nearby, crammed together like normal. Eager to appear like everything was fine, he shook hands and spoke at close range with members...
Restaurants and shops in the European Union should be allowed to label products as "veggie burgers" or "vegan sausages," the European Parliament said on Friday, while calling for tighter curbs on labelling of plant-based dairy substitutes.
You could be forgiven -- amid the rising coronavirus case numbers and the final presidential debate -- if you missed this headline on Thursday in The New York Times: "Trump Campaign Draws Rebuke for Surveilling Philadelphia Voters."
The historic collection of a sample from the near-Earth asteroid Bennu by NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft on Tuesday was almost too successful. While the spacecraft collected a subsantial sample, some of it is leaking into space.
If businesses are to get reluctant workers back into the office, finding ways to maintain social distancing will be key. An Israeli company thinks it can help, using smart sensors mounted on workplace ceilings.
Nobody likes to have their phone stolen ... unless it's stolen by your own toddler in the middle of your TikTok dance. Video of an adorable theft delighted the internet and inspired people to post other babies (and a pet fox) swiping phones. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
It's not often an athlete clocks a personal best and then leaves the track with a nagging sense of disappointment. But after Karsten Warholm ran the second-fastest 400m hurdles in history earlier this year, the Norwegian couldn't help but ponder what could have been.
Inside the intensive care unit at Prague's Na Bulovce Hospital some patients are hooked up to ventilators through tracheostomy tubes, others are lying face down, to help them breathe. The doctors and nurses don head-to-toe hazmat suits; as coronavirus cases surge in the Czech Republic, the country can't afford to have health workers sidelined by the...
Wales will introduce a "firebreak" lockdown which will require everyone to stay at home, for two weeks, beginning October 23. CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford about the decision.
The moment travel restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic are lifted, Peleg Cohen knows exactly where he is headed. The Israeli-born travel blogger, photographer and humanitarian, 37, says he has been on the road since his early 20s, visiting 150 countries and chronicling it all for his travel blog, Lonely Peleg.