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Brazilian football legend Pelé being treated for a respiratory infection, but in stable condition at hospital
Brazilian football legend Pelé is being treated for a "respiratory infection," according to a statement by the Albert Einstein Jewish Hospital in São Paulo on Friday.
02.12.2022 - 23:24

Houston police make arrest for murder of rapper Takeoff
One man has been arrested and charged with murder in connection to the killing of rapper Takeoff, Houston Police Department Chief Troy Finner announced at a news conference Friday.
02.12.2022 - 23:23

Cameroon beats Brazil, but Brazil and Switzerland advance at World Cup

02.12.2022 - 23:17

Jury to begin deliberations in Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial
A Los Angeles jury will begin deliberating Friday afternoon in the sexual assault trial of Harvey Weinstein, the former movie producer who is accused of using his Hollywood influence to lure women into private meetings and assault them.
02.12.2022 - 22:51

Cruise ship passenger rescued from ocean isn't sure how he went overboard, he tells ABC
An Alabama man who rescuers pulled from the Gulf of Mexico hours after he was reported missing from a cruise ship doesn't know how he wound up in the water, he told ABC.
02.12.2022 - 22:46

State Department adds Russian mercenary firm Wagner Group to entities of concern under International Religious Freedom Act
The Biden administration is adding the Wagner Group, an infamous private Russian military firm, to the list of Entities of Particular Concern under the International Religious Freedom Act "based on its actions in the Central African Republic," US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said on Friday.
02.12.2022 - 22:39

Biden meets with Prince of Wales in Boston
President Joe Biden is meeting with the Prince of Wales in Boston on Friday, greeting him at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum before attending a Democratic fundraiser.
02.12.2022 - 22:26

Police give update in killing of Migos rapper Takeoff

02.12.2022 - 21:58

The 'yes, but' economy. Yes, we're worried about recession — but the economy remains resilient
Each week brings head-scratching contradictory news about the economy, and this past week was no different, with a batch of economic reports showing that — despite the recession talk — the US economy shows remarkable resilience.
02.12.2022 - 21:53

Elton John to headline Glastonbury 2023, the last UK show in his farewell tour
Elton John will headline the Glastonbury Festival next summer in what will be the final UK show of his farewell tour, the festival announced Friday.
02.12.2022 - 21:49

Opinion: I'm a volcanologist. Here's what this Mauna Loa eruption will teach us
When Mauna Loa volcano on the island of Hawaii started erupting on Sunday night, many people were already waiting for it. For months, the scientists at the US Geological Survey (USGS) Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) have been noticing inflation of the ground and an increase in seismic activity at Mauna Loa, indicating the ascent of magma within the volcano's plumbing system toward the surface.
02.12.2022 - 21:32

Hate speech dramatically surges on Twitter following Elon Musk takeover, new research shows
New Twitter owner Elon Musk declared last month that "hate speech impressions" had dramatically fallen on the platform since he took over.
02.12.2022 - 20:47

How to stay safe in the snow this winter
When the temperature drops and snow begins to fall, many people can't wait to hit the slopes or ice rink. Winter fun is on their minds, not injury. Yet if you don't thoughtfully prepare for your favored activity, it's easy to have a mishap.
02.12.2022 - 20:01

Europe agrees to cap the price of Russian oil at $60 a barrel
The European Union has reached a consensus on the price at which to cap Russian oil just days before the deadline.
02.12.2022 - 19:53

China's Xi acknowledges Covid frustration caused protests and hints at relaxing rules, EU official says

02.12.2022 - 19:39

China's leader acknowledges public frustration over Covid and hints at relaxing rules, EU official says, in first known remarks on protests
Chinese President Xi Jinping has acknowledged the frustration within China amid his government's unrelenting zero-Covid strategy, a European Union official told CNN, in his first known remarks on the protests that have erupted across the country in recent days.
02.12.2022 - 19:25

US Navy sends a message to adversaries with a rare submarine port visit in Indian Ocean
The US military wants its adversaries, as well as allies, to know that, for the first time, a US Navy nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine docked at the remote island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean as part of an extended months-long deployment.
02.12.2022 - 19:20

The incredible true story of the time an astronaut played golf on the moon
February 6, 1971, was a relatively uneventful day for US sports.
02.12.2022 - 19:04

Look of the Week: Willow Smith makes strong case for ultra-low-rise pants
The Smith family returned to the red carpet on Wednesday for the premiere of Will Smith's new film "Emancipation," after several low-profile months following his now-infamous Oscars slap. And while nearly everyone showed up in a bold look, from Jada's billowing white high-low gown to Jaden's black-and-white photograph-printed suit, it was 22-year-old Willow who stood out for her melancholic-chic styling, black cropped waistcoat and hip-baring, crystal-embellished trousers.
02.12.2022 - 18:18

Saudia Arabia plans one of the world's biggest airports
As Saudi Arabia continues to develop as a tourist destination, it's making plans for big things -- specifically, one of the world's biggest airports.
02.12.2022 - 18:11

Paul Whelan calls home from Russia after more than a week without contact
Paul Whelan, an American detained in Russia, was able to call home Friday after more than a week without contact with his family, his brother David said.
02.12.2022 - 18:01

Alex Jones has filed for personal bankruptcy
Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' has filed for personal Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a Texas court on Friday, according to court documents.
02.12.2022 - 17:25

Ukraine claims some Russian units are withdrawing from Zaporizhzhia
Some Russian troops are withdrawing from their positions in Ukraine's southern region of Zaporizhzhia, according to Kyiv.
02.12.2022 - 17:20

Trump expresses support for Capitol rioters as he continues to embrace extremist groups
Former President Donald Trump expressed support for the rioters behind the deadly January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol in a video played during a fundraiser Thursday that was hosted by the Patriot Freedom Project, a group that assists families of those charged in the riot.
02.12.2022 - 17:20

Top models go head-to-head for hotly anticipated model of the year award
The prestigious annual Fashion Awards are back on Monday night, and one of the most hotly anticipated categories is the model of the year prize.
02.12.2022 - 17:06

BTS' RM duets with Erykah Badu and Anderson .Paak on his 'Indigo' album
BTS member RM has released a solo album, "Indigo," featuring collaborations with Erykah Badu, Anderson .Paak, Mahalia and more.
02.12.2022 - 16:57

Brad William Henke, 'Orange Is the New Black' actor, dead at 56
Brad William Henke, a veteran character actor known for his work on "Orange Is the New Black" and other series, has died, according to his agent and manager.
02.12.2022 - 16:34

Chinese police drag resident from his home for refusing quarantine
Authorities in the Chinese southern city of Hangzhou have apologized after forcibly taking a man from his home as he allegedly refused to go to a quarantine facility.
02.12.2022 - 16:34

Arshad Sharif's family demand justice as they grieve 'kind-hearted' journalist killed in Kenya
When a prominent Pakistani investigative journalist was shot dead by Kenyan police on a dirt road on the outskirts of Nairobi, the questions began swirling immediately.
02.12.2022 - 15:02

Teens' brains aged faster during the first year of the pandemic, study says, and stress may be to blame
The brains of US teens have physically changed during the Covid-19 pandemic, aging faster than normal, a new study says.
02.12.2022 - 14:41

Bodycam footage shows shootout with teenage mass shooting suspect
Dramatic body camera footage shows Raleigh police officers in a shootout with a 15-year-old accused of shooting and killing five people, including his older brother, in October of 2022.
02.12.2022 - 14:14

Luxury hotels with a front row to history
Hotels offer us the chance to check out of our daily lives into something more glamorous and exhilarating, to wrap ourselves in the drama and allure of past guests and events.
02.12.2022 - 13:22

Go inside Biden's extravagant and star-studded state dinner
President Joe Biden hosted French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House, using the very first state dinner of his presidency to shore up relations with a key American ally whose friendship has until recently been on the rocks. The lavish event drew leaders from Hollywood, fashion and politicians from across the aisle. CNN's Kate Bennett has the details.
02.12.2022 - 13:03

Air Force set to unveil newest stealth bomber aircraft Friday
The Air Force is set to unveil its newest stealth bomber aircraft, the B-21 Raider, on Friday in Palmdale, California. Built by Northrop Grumman, the bomber was named in honor of the "courageous spirit" of airmen who carried out the surprise World War II Doolittle Raid.
02.12.2022 - 13:02

Woman at center of Buckingham Palace controversy speaks out
CNN's Isa Soares speaks to Ngozi Fulani after she was questioned about whether she was really British at a royal reception. The woman has been identified as an honorary member of Buckingham Palace, Lady Susan Hussey. Hussey, who served as the late Queen Elizabeth II's lady in waiting for more than 60 years and is a godmother to the Prince of Wales, has resigned and apologized, according to Buckingham Palace.
02.12.2022 - 12:44

Trump's classic delay and divert legal strategy is running out of road

02.12.2022 - 12:43

Obama mocks Herschel Walker's vampire remark
Former President Barack Obama campaigned for Georgia Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) and criticized his opponent Herschel Walker (R) for a remark he made about vampires and werewolves.
02.12.2022 - 12:30

Huge fish-shaped rock emerges from the desert
In the shimmering heat of the Saudi desert, it could be dismissed as a mirage -- but photographer Khaled Al Enazi. has the pictures to prove he really did spot a giant fish-shaped rock emerging from the sands.
02.12.2022 - 10:47

Air Canada launches North America's only nonstop flight to Bangkok
For the first time in 10 years, there's now a nonstop flight between North America and the capital of one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, Thailand.
02.12.2022 - 10:30

These cities are running out of cash to pay huge Covid lockdown bills
Protests this week across China show just how unpopular Beijing's zero-Covid policy has become. Now, even as the country signals it may loosen pandemic controls, it faces another challenge: Local governments charged with conducting mass testing and enforcing quarantine are running short of cash and could be forced to cut corners or reduce other vital services.
02.12.2022 - 10:05

Wife killer Chris Dawson jailed for 24 years by Australian court
A former high school teacher found guilty of killing his wife in one of Australia's longest cold cases has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.
02.12.2022 - 09:51

Kanye West's Twitter account has been suspended after Elon Musk says it violated rule against incitement to violence
Kanye West's Twitter account was suspended early Friday morning after Elon Musk said it violated the platform's rules on inciting violence.
02.12.2022 - 09:24

Chinese police are using cellphone data to track down protesters
• Video: Protester tells CNN what it's like in China right now • Opinion: China protesters' comic ingenuity
02.12.2022 - 07:26

Obama pauses his speech to let a 4-year-old say a few words
President Obama rallies in Atlanta for Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock ahead of the runoff election when he interrupts his own speech to let a four-year-old say a few words.
02.12.2022 - 04:20

Russia's notorious Wagner group admits to recruiting Zambian inmate who died fighting in Ukraine
The owner of Russia's notorious Wagner Group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, admits to recruiting a prisoner from Zambia who died fighting in Ukraine. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.
02.12.2022 - 03:39

What color is 2023?
Since 2000, the Pantone Color Institute has annually announced a "Color of the Year." As a new shade is unveiled, what can it tell us about the future?
02.12.2022 - 01:00


Watch Colbert press Yellen on Fed 'conspiracy theories'
While appearing on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen confronts conspiracy theories about the Fed and talks adding her signature to US currency.
01.12.2022 - 21:22

Elon Musk vs. Tim Cook, Sam Bankman-Fried's media apology tour, and why shopping on Amazon is getting worse
Crypto detective "Coffeezilla" tells Nightcap's Jon Sarlin that somebody at FTX "criminally screwed up." Plus, The Washington Post's Geoffrey Fowler on how Amazon risks turning customers off by showing so many ads in search results. And CNN's Clare Duffy has the latest on the spat between Elon Musk and Tim Cook. To get the day's business headlines sent directly to your inbox, sign up for the Nightcap newsletter.
01.12.2022 - 21:18

New footage shows Mauna Loa eruption as lava approaches highway
The world's largest active volcano continues to spew lava, threatening a crucial road that connects Hawaii's Big Island.
01.12.2022 - 18:04

Letters with explosives and animal parts are aimed at 'sowing fear,' Ukrainian official says

01.01.1970 - 01:00