Arizona health department demands gyms close or face legal action
The Arizona Department of Health Services has demanded that three gyms in Arizona close immediately or face a court action, according to a statement from the department's spokesman.
White House virus test has questionable accuracy
President Donald Trump said part of the reason he doesn't regularly wear a mask is "everyone's tested" before they see him. But multiple studies have raised questions about the accuracy of a coronavirus test the White House has used, and the Food and Drug Administration has received dozens of reports of potential problems with that test.
2 Kansas City police officers shot in separate incidents
Two police officers in Kansas City, Missouri, were shot in separate incidents on Thursday that left one of them in critical condition.
Home Depot changes the way it sells rope after nooses are found in store
Home Depot has changed the way it sells rope after a customer reported finding nooses hanging in a North Carolina store — the latest in a series of similar incidents at its stores in recent years.
The politics of wearing a mask hits Alabama's Senate race
Democratic Sen. Doug Jones of Alabama is running a new television ad commending people in his state for following the advice of medical professionals and wearing masks, as top Republicans pressure President Donald Trump to encourage Americans to wear them to limit the spread of coronavirus.
Jill Biden plays key role in her husband's search for a running mate
As the vetting for Joe Biden's running mate intensifies, there is one step that several of the potential picks are taking: An appearance with Jill Biden.
A police officer in photos near where Elijah McClain was put in a chokehold has resigned
An Aurora, Colorado, police officer under investigation for photos taken near the site where Elijah McClain was placed in a chokehold last August has resigned, the police department said Thursday.
The NFL plans to play the Black national anthem before Week 1 games
The NFL plans to have the song "Lift Every Voice and Sing" -- known as the Black national anthem -- performed live or played before every game in Week 1 of the NFL season, a source familiar with the league's discussions told CNN on Thursday.
A Miami-Dade officer struck a woman at an airport will be terminated, officials say
Termination proceedings have been initiated against a Miami-Dade police officer who struck a woman who he said struck him during an argument at Miami International Airport.
It's a scary time to be unemployed. These people still chose to get laid off
Wendell Stinnett had been planning to work for at least another four years, maybe even eight. Instead he agreed this summer to walk away from the job he's had for 31 years.
White House's Independence Day party attendees will social distance
The White House Fourth of July party will observe social distancing guidelines for guests, according to a spokesman. This marks a change from recent events hosted by President Donald Trump, including an upcoming July 3rd trip to Mount Rushmore and a political rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which resulted in quarantine for all his campaign staff who attended.
This data shows the Great Reopening may have stalled
The latest US jobs report is expected to show that America's labor market continued to bounce back in June as businesses reopened and employees returned to work.
Jeff Bezos is richer than ever
The economy might be a shambles, but Jeff Bezos' wallet couldn't tell. He's now worth nearly $172 billion, a new record for the world's richest person, according to Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
Coca-Cola is shutting down Odwalla juice
Coca-Cola is shutting down the juice and smoothie brand Odwalla at the end of July.
Police are investigating after Black woman says she was followed by a man accusing her of suspicious behavior
Police in a Massachusetts town have opened a criminal investigation into a report that a Black woman was followed by a man and allegedly accused of suspicious behavior.
US car sales have their worst quarter since the Great Recession
Major automakers reported a more than 30% drop in US sales in the second quarter, the biggest plunge in sales since the Great Recession and the auto bankruptcies of 2009.
Trump says masks are a 'double-edged sword.' Goldman Sachs says they could help save the economy
Wearing a face mask during the pandemic saves lives. And it may save the economy, too, according to Goldman Sachs.
Homeland Security establishes task force to protect monuments, memorials and statues
The Department of Homeland Security announced a new task force Wednesday centered on protecting "American monuments, memorials and statues."
Police officer dies after traffic stop shooting
A Tulsa, Oklahoma, police officer has died and another is in critical condition after they were shot during a traffic stop early Monday, police said. A suspect has been arrested.
Assisted living home residents are in need of pen pals in this time of isolation
Nearly four months into a strict no-visitor rule due to the coronavirus, an assisted living community in North Carolina tapped into the power of social media to get its residents connected with people from all over the world.
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What is next for immigrant 'Dreamers' after U.S. Supreme Court ruling?
The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ruled 5-4 against President Donald Trump's move to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that offers work permits and deportation relief to certain immigrants who came to the country illegally as children.