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NBA star LeBron James is joining the fight against Republican-led bills aimed at restricting voting access, releasing a new ad campaign with his organization, More Than A Vote, called "Protect Our Power."
The population immunity to viruses other than Covid could be lower than usual, a top medic warns.
The Scottish Conservatives are pushing for the vote over John Swinney's handling of the Alex Salmond case.
Stay at home rules banning all but essential travel could be eased, Wales' first minister says.
People are turning to tactics that misinterpret outdated law to avoid coronavirus regulations.
Listening to all her records took Anna Doble back to her youth - releasing memories and emotions.
Debra Barnes Wilson was 8 on "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama. She and her grandmother, Julia Barnes, joined the voting rights marchers, filing in at the back of the column, but turned back because the elder, an asthmatic, grew short of breath.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves tells CNN's Jake Tapper that he strongly encourages residents to continue wearing masks, despite having dropped the state's mandate amid the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
R remains below 1, and a survey of community infections suggest around 1-in-230 people has the virus.
The first minister says it will be the first step out of lockdown, but urges people not to get carried away.
Daryl Gilley says it is comforting childhood sweethearts Chris and Stella are "still together".
It is not yet clear how visitors will be required to prove they have received both doses of a jab.
The Democratic-led House on Wednesday approved HR 1, a sweeping government, ethics and election bill that, among other things, would counter state-level Republican efforts to restrict voting access.
CNN's Brianna Keilar discusses how many Republicans are trying to change voting laws after losing the House, Senate and presidency in 2020.
• Here's what's in the Senate stimulus plan• Analysis: This is not the kind of governance Biden promised 45 days ago. It's a signal that help is on the way.• How Democrats miscalculated Manchin and later won him back
Three SWAT officers were injured Saturday while responding to a large gathering near the University of Colorado Boulder, the Boulder Police Department said on Twitter.
• Weather events have meteorologists concerned about a 2011 repeat
President Joe Biden opposes ending the legislative filibuster despite a slim Democratic majority in the Senate, White House communications director Kate Bedingfield said Sunday, as the administration faces hurdles in pushing the President's priorities through Congress.
The British-Iranian faces a separate court case now her five-year sentence on spying charges has ended.
President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order Sunday expanding voting access in what the White House calls "an initial step in this Administration's efforts to protect the right to vote and ensure all eligible citizens can freely participate in the electoral process."
More than a year since Tesla unveiled the first version of the Cybertruck, the company has been mostly silent about plans for its highly anticipated electric pickup.
Voting rights groups led bus tours, knocked on 1 million doors and gave out food at community events to achieve an unprecedented Black voter turnout in Georgia. The organizations have been credited with helping Democrats win both the White House and control of the US Senate in the last election cycle.
Parents are confident about children returning to school but worry about catching up, says survey.