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Covid-19 exposes North Korea's vulnerable health care system

When North Korea admitted to a Covid-19 outbreak two months ago, the world feared catastrophic consequences, but we still don't know how bad the situation is. CNN's Paula Hancocks speaks to doctors who worked in the country and defectors who shed light on the health system.

'We'll get to the truth': Uvalde mayor fears cover-up of shooting investigation

Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin told CNN he's lost faith in Texas leaders investigating how law enforcement responded to the shooting at his town's elementary school that killed 19 children and two adults.

Nobilo: Key resignations deal blow to Boris Johnson

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was dealt a huge blow when two of his top ministers announced their resignations, saying they could no longer work for a government mired in scandal. Meanwhile, Conservative Party vice chairman Bim Afolami announced he would resign his post during a live television interview.

Remembering the lives of the victims of the Independence Day shooting

The death toll in the Highland Park mass shooting rises to 7.CNN's Anderson Cooper honors the lives of the victims.

Critical race theory creator on how it became the 'boogeyman'

Kimberlé Crenshaw and her colleagues coined the term critical race theory. She spoke with W. Kamau Bell about how the concept has been vilified. "United Shades of America" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Scientists confirm 'God Particle' exists 10 years ago. Watch CNN's coverage of the discovery

The Large Hadron Collider will restart again as scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research search for a better understanding of the building blocks of the universe. Ten years ago, the machine helped scientists confirm the existence of the Higgs boson. Watch CNN's coverage in 2012 of this groundbreaking discovery.

Can health be inspired?

Spoken Word Poet Sekou Andrews speaks about the intersection of our health and inspiration at the 2022 Life Itself conference. For more talks, visit here.

Extending the age of healthy female fertility

Nicole Shanahan and Jennifer Garrison discuss aging and fertility. For more Life Itself talks and related articles visit CNN's collection here.

W. Kamau Bell asks people on street about critical race theory

W. Kamau Bell asked people's opinion on critical race theory and if they think it should be taught in schools. The new season of "United Shades of America" airs Sunday at 10 p.m. ET/PT.

Police reveal past incidents with suspected Highland Park gunman

CNN's Josh Campbell reports on the history the Highland Park shooting suspect had with police and his troubling social media posts leading up to the July 4th attack.

Three months in Russian captivity: How one Ukrainian got out

In her first interview since her release, a Ukrainian paramedic tells CNN's Alex Marquardt about her three months in Russian captivity.

'I hope you naturally die': Republican posts threats made against him

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) posted a series of voicemail threats made against him and his family in response to his work as part of the January 6 committee. Rep. Jim Himes (D-CT) explains why this has him worried about the future of democracy.

The Human Factor - Champion Adaptive Surfer Inspires Others

Meira Va'a is one of Hawaii's best water women

Video shows Russian artillery falling near CNN reporter

CNN's Phil Black visits Siversk, Ukraine, a small town bordering the Russian-controlled Luhansk region, where residents are gathering supplies and remaining in their homes despite the war edging closer.

Death toll in Illinois parade shooting rises to seven

CNN's Drew Griffin reports.

What Trump's allies subpoenaed means for Georgia election probe

A Georgia grand jury has subpoenaed Trump's former attorney Rudy Giuliani, former Trump legal advisor John Eastman, and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC). CNN's Jennifer Rodgers explains what this means for the investigation.

'We're well beyond that. We're just looking at risk reduction': Guns will never be eliminated says former U.S. official

As America continues to mourn those killed in Uvalde, Juliette Kayyem, former official at the Department of Homeland Security, and Mark Follman, whose book "Trigger Points" draws on decades of research into preventing gun violence, give their take on ending the scourge of mass shootings.

Camerota: "He just gripped the whole country's attention"

David and Lauren Hogg survived the 2018 Parkland school shooting in Florida. The brother and sister fueled an international student-led movement and are spearheading a national debate about school security and gun-rights.

VIDEO: This TikTok trend is better for your abs than crunches

TikTok is giving the old hula hoop new life. Angela Presnell can balance the hoop on her nose and catch it between her ankles. Here's how to get in on the new trend in 5 easy steps.

Video of Jayland Walker shooting leaves questions, outrage in Akron

Jayland Walker suffered at least 60 wounds in a fatal shooting that occurred after Akron police attempted to stop him for traffic and equipment violations.

Hungarian foreign minister on why the country is still buying Russian energy

CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó about the reasoning behind Hungary's purchase of Russian energy despite the war in Ukraine and why he says it isn't a political statement.

A 'natural activist': Carole King's decades long fight for the environment

In a rare interview, legendary singer-songwriter Carole King implores President Biden to stop logging in national forests and speaks about the future of her music career.

Amanpour presses Hungarian FM on Ukraine, Russia and refugees

Christiane Amanpour speaks with Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó on Hungary's controversial response towards Russian aggression in Ukraine.

Hungarian FM: We cooperate with GOP and are 'crossing our fingers' for them

Hungarian Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó tells Christiane Amanpour about the close ties his government has with the Republican party, and how Hungary is "honored" to have an influence on U.S. politics.

This is how data collected from fertility apps could be used to prosecute abortion

CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports on the strides some fertility and women's health apps are taking to protect their users' data in the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.

Penguin restarts colony from scratch in Argentina

There are thousands of Magellanic penguins in the El Pedral colony, said conservationist Popi García. Every spring these migratory waddlers return to breed. The new Original Series "Patagonia: Life on the Edge of the World" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.

Rocket Lab CEO: We created a low-energy way of getting to the moon

Rocket Lab provided the launch for NASA's Capstone satellite moon mission. CEO Peter Beck says the price tag was "ridiculously cheap" compared to traditional missions.

'Mr. Malcolm's List' puts modern spin on Regency romance

Frieda Pinto and Sope Dirisu star in the Regency rom-com about a bachelor with a secret list of requirements for a wife. Alesia Stanford talked with the film's stars.

How NATO will change when Finland and Sweden join the alliance

The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was initially founded to protect Western European countries from the threat posed by the Soviet Union. Over seven decades later, as Russia's war in Ukraine continues, NATO's role in the region has come back into focus.

Hollywood Minute: Steve Carell on new 'Minions' villain

Steve Carell on his 'Minions' co-star, 'Downton Abbey: A New era' hits home video, and visit a virtual version of the 'Nope' theme park

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