The latest tally of novel coronavirus cases in the United States has jumped to 57, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as one of the agency's top officials warned Tuesday that health experts expect to see the virus spread.
25.02.2020 23:19
• BREAKING: Dow tumbles 800 points as coronavirus fears continue • Analysis: Trump seems to know very little about the coronavirus • Bipartisan outrage about coronavirus spills over
25.02.2020 23:49
Turnaround Tuesday didn't happen for stocks. US markets are back in the red, adding to their sharp losses Monday amid coronavirus fears.
25.02.2020 22:46
Restrictions from the novel coronavirus mean that two major Disney theme parks have had to temporarily shut down. The pain isn't limited to Disney, it also extends to the surrounding businesses in Hong Kong and Shanghai, China. CNN's David Culver reports from Shanghai.
25.02.2020 18:00
Covid-19 will become a pandemic. We don't yet know how severe it will be, nor do we know if the virus will spread to all continents, but it's already spreading widely in China, South Korea, Italy, Iran and elsewhere -- and thousands of undetected and infectious patients have been and continue to travel around the world.
25.02.2020 21:51
New outbreaks of the novel coronavirus are popping up in countries that aren't equipped to handle an outbreak, with Iran emerging as a regional breeding ground for the virus. Iran's deputy health minister tested positive for the virus 24 hours after appearing ill during an event.
25.02.2020 16:22
• Analysis: Disney became a giant under Iger
25.02.2020 23:20
• Ex-Obama official sounds alarm on Sanders • Why Bernie Sanders' supporters are so loyal • Sanders and the 270 electoral vote question • Opinion: Establishment Dems are freaking out • 7 things to watch in tonight's debate • How to watch the debate
25.02.2020 18:50
The US Food and Drug Administration has issued a warning letter to the Jimmy John's sandwich chain, saying certain vegetables it served were implicated in five outbreaks of E. coli or salmonella in the past seven years.
25.02.2020 21:52
President Donald Trump plainly has a message for the American electorate: He can keep liberals from taking over the Supreme Court.
25.02.2020 22:59
President Donald Trump on Tuesday called for two liberal Supreme Court justices to recuse themselves from cases involving him following a scathing dissent issued by one of them, blasting the justices as the court considers a number of cases critical to his presidency.
25.02.2020 18:04
CNN's Tom Sater speaks to scientists about an unprecedented heat wave that has resulted in rapidly melting ice caps in Antarctica. Experts warn this may lead to irreversible damage.
25.02.2020 21:13
President Donald Trump keeps telling us not to worry, that the fast-spreading COVID-19, the coronavirus, is "going to go away," soon, probably by "April," and that a vaccine is "close." The experts, including federally-employed top scientists, say he's wrong on all these counts. (Please don't fire them!)
25.02.2020 23:14
Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Tuesday said attacks from President Donald Trump and commentary from conservative media are part of a campaign of intimidation and harassment of jurors in Roger Stone's criminal case.
25.02.2020 23:11
Fashion tycoon Peter Nygard's New York office was raided Tuesday as the magnate faces allegations of sex trafficking in a civil lawsuit.
25.02.2020 20:51
There is mounting concern on Capitol Hill that more needs to be done to contain the coronavirus, the contagious respiratory disease that started in China and has reached from Iran to the US, with Republicans and Democrats outwardly expressing alarm and outrage.
25.02.2020 20:04
For decades, many of the biggest names in tech have leaned on a little-known law to avoid being held responsible for some of the most controversial content on their platforms. The companies have invoked this federal law, known as Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, in one court case after another to dismiss potentially costly lawsuits over messages, videos and other content created by users.
25.02.2020 17:10
A new rule from the National Labor Relations Board could limit the responsibility of franchise operators, such as McDonald's, for the millions of employees who work for their franchisees.
25.02.2020 19:21
An American woman has returned a beer stein she stole 55 years ago during a trip to Germany, saying she felt too guilty to keep it.
25.02.2020 21:16
Ultramarathoners and other endurance runners take note: You can't rely on electrolyte sports drinks and supplements to keep essential salt levels in balance and prevent illness during and after these grueling races, according to a new study.
25.02.2020 22:00
Uber Eats is getting a new boss as the company works to continue growing its meal delivery service without bleeding as much money.
25.02.2020 23:01
"The Voice" judge Blake Shelton enlisted the help of an adorable puppy in trying to lure contestant Tate Brusa away from new judge Nick Jonas' team.
25.02.2020 18:43
A 92-year-old veteran finally got the medals he deserved decades after serving in World War II.
25.02.2020 22:26
A complex storm system is gaining strength over the Midwest as two storms will combine to dump snow from Missouri to Maine this week.
25.02.2020 20:33
NASA released footage of the moon from the point of view of the astronauts on the aborted Apollo 13 mission.
25.02.2020 17:38
The widow of Kobe Bryant is suing Island Express Helicopters for the January crash that killed the NBA legend and their daughter, alleging in part that the pilot failed to safely operate the aircraft.
24.02.2020 22:31
The Transportation Security Administration has banned employee use of TikTok for the agency's social media engagement as the US questions whether the China-owned app poses a threat to national security.
25.02.2020 17:40



Cable News Network (abbreviated: CNN) is an American television station based in Atlanta, Georgia.

It was founded by Ted Turner as the world's first pure news channel and began broadcasting on 1 June 1980. CNN is operated by the Turner Broadcasting System, which is since 1996 a subsidiary of the media group Time Warner.

President and thus the main responsibility of the station was from 2004 to 2010 Jonathan Klein, since then this office is exercised by Ken Jautz.

  • CNN
    Cable News Network (abbreviated: CNN) is an American television station based in Atlanta, Georgia.
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    The British Broadcasting Corporation, or BBC [biːbiːsiː], is a UK public service broadcaster operating several radio and television programs and an Internet news service.
  • Associated Press (AP) is a news and press agency headquartered in New York City, founded in May 1848 (as the Harbor News Association).