A Southern California man who tested positive for coronavirus after attending a party expressed his fear and regret a day before he died.
Paul McCowns walked into an Ohio bank clutching his first paycheck from a new job at an electric company. But instead of cashing the check worth about $1,000, the teller called 911.
Four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore sat out for an entire season to help overturn the conviction of Jonathan Irons, who she said was wrongfully serving a 50-year- prison sentence.
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.
If Beijing thought a new national security law would guarantee a quiet birthday for Hong Kong, it was mistaken.
Three people accused in the death of Cornelius Fredericks, a 16-year-old boy who was restrained at a residential facility in Michigan, have been released on bond, court records show.
Six FC Dallas players have tested positive for Covid-19 since arriving in Florida ahead of the upcoming "MLS is Back Tournament," the league says.
Four Indian police officers were arrested Wednesday for allegedly murdering a father and son who were in custody after being accused of breaking coronavirus restrictions.
Covid-19 was the last thing on his mind when he went to a crowded bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, Jimmy Flores said.
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.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden outraised President Donald Trump with a $141 million fundraising haul in June as each campaign gears up for the general election.
A civil rights advocacy group is teaming up with district attorneys in three major US cities to launch commissions that they say will listen to victims of past misconduct within the criminal justice system and try to right the wrongs.
Nordstrom was one of a few select retailers selling the latest model of Nike Dunks athletic shoes, but some sneaker enthusiasts came up empty-handed after the luxury department store chain oversold its stock.
At least 38 students living in 10 fraternity houses near the University of Washington's campus have tested positive for the coronavirus, the university said this week.
An old whipping post that was used "disproportionally on Blacks" was removed from outside the Old Sussex County Courthouse in Georgetown, Delaware, a state official said Wednesday.
With sales growing 50% year to year, South Africa's gin industry was booming before the country instated a strict ban on the production, sale, and export of alcohol. CNN's Eleni Giokos takes a look at the ways major players in the industry pivoted to stay in business and reports on their roa…
California authorities are suing Cisco and two of its employees for allegedly discriminating against an Indian engineer because he was from a lower caste than them.
A majority of National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) players knelt on one knee during the National Anthem in the opening weekend of its tournament.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week ordered bars in the state to reclose. But that's not stopping the owner of a bar in Odessa from welcoming customers during the July 4 holiday weekend.
The US House passed an extension of the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program fewer than 24 hours after the program shut its doors, moving one step closer to reopening the cornerstone small business coronavirus relief effort.
The cries for racial equality have been heard across the world as thousands of protesters rallied after the death of George Floyd. But at one protest in Missouri, the calls for change were coming from a much younger demographic.
The Fort Lauderdale Police officer seen on video shoving a kneeling protester and then being scolded by a fellow officer has been charged with misdemeanor battery, according to court records.
Eight Louisiana police officers are accused of using excessive force against two men a prosecutor said had "raised their hands ... in an apparent attempt to surrender without resistance" following a chase.
ATLANTA - The University System of Georgia Board of Regents signed off Wednesday on a fiscal 2021 budget that includes $2.3 billion in state funds.
A soldier suspected in the disappearance of Fort Hood Pfc. Vanessa Guillen killed himself after police confronted him in Killeen, Texas, authorities said Wednesday.
With kids forced into virtual learning for the last third of the school year, experts warn the normal "summer slide" -- students forgetting academic skills over the summer -- could be much worse this year because of the pandemic.
When Major League Baseball finally comes back into our lives this month, it will look a lot different than the hallowed summer pastiche we're used to. Gone will be the roaring crowds, the call of the hot dog seller, and the grunting of thirty or so grown men hocking loogies and slapping each…
Henry County will be suspending in-person board meetings until further notice due to at least one positive case of COVID-19.
The president of Boston University has asked a committee to look into whether the school should retire the "Rhett" nickname of its Boston Terrier mascot because of its reference to the film "Gone With the Wind."
President Trump appointed Michael Pack to run the US Agency for Global Media, which oversees the government-funded international news outlet Voice of America. Critics say Pack wants to turn the VOA into the VOT -- the Voice of Trump.
Undoubtedly, there are numerous reasons for our getting out of the boat and walking on water. But the main reason for getting out of the boat and walking on water is that the water is where Jesus is.
HAMPTON — The Henry County Class of 2020 celebrated the end of their high school careers together at Atlanta Motor Speedway June 22-26.
About 40% of Asian and Black Americans say people have acted uncomfortable around them because of their race or ethnicity since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to a new report from the Pew Research Center.
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.
President Vladimir Putin has won a resounding victory in his bid to stay in power until the middle of the next decade, as Russians voted overwhelmingly to endorse the country's political status quo, according to preliminary results.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp signed House Bill 987, sponsored by Rep. Sharon Cooper, R — Marietta, and Sen. Brian Strickland, R — McDonough, into law Tuesday. Through collaboration with advocacy groups, industry representatives, and legislators, HB 987 provides greater protections for assisted …
Yale University will reopen in the fall without sophomores living on campus and then will be open in the spring without freshmen living on campus in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, Yale's president and provost announced in a letter to the community Wednesday.
The #StopHateforProfit campaign has a list of actions it wants Facebook to take, including the removal of content that promotes hate and misinformation. CNN's Abby Phillip reports.
A White hotel employee called the police on a guest, a Black woman and her children, who were using the hotel's swimming pool over the weekend.
Gov. Brian Kemp is holding off on ordering a statewide mandate to wear masks in Georgia as positive cases of coronavirus and hospitalizations are on the rise.