- Derek Chauvin found guilty on all charges in the murder of George Floyd
- Tears of joy inside and outside the courtroom as Chauvin convicted
- Watch as judge reads out verdict in Chauvin trial
Former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin has been convicted on all three charges by a jury in the Hennepin County court. The 12 jurors found him guilty of second-degree unintentional murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in George Floyd's death in May 2020.
- Manchester City breaks Super League ranks as project starts to unravel after 48 hours
A number of clubs, including Chelsea and Manchester City, are reportedly preparing to leave the newly announced European Super League competition
- These blood clot experts explain why they want you to get a Covid-19 vaccine
- How to stay safe from more contagious coronavirus variants
A coronavirus variant first detected in the United Kingdom is now the dominant variant in the United States.
- See the extraordinary moments this camerawoman captured
For nearly 40 years, CNN photojournalist Mary Rogers has covered breaking news around the world. For her, one particular experience stands out -- filming a momentous rally in the early days of the 2011 uprising in Benghazi, Libya.
- China and Russia modernizing nuclear weapons faster than US, top military official says
The top US military official who runs the American nuclear arsenal warned that China and Russia are modernizing their nuclear weapons and capabilities faster than the US, saying during a congressional hearing on Tuesday that if it does not start investing more in nuclear defense and infrastructure, the US will be "at risk of losing credibility in the eyes of our adversaries."
- Chad's long-serving President Idriss Deby killed in frontline clashes with rebels, state TV reports
Chad's long-serving President Idriss Deby has died from injuries suffered on the frontline, an African diplomatic source told CNN on Tuesday.
- Xi Jinping says 'bossing others around' won't work as US ups pressure on China
- Rwanda says France bears responsibility for enabling 1994 genocide
France was aware that a genocide was being prepared in Rwanda ahead of the 1994 killings and the French government bore a significant responsibility for enabling it, the Rwandan government said in a report published on Monday.
- Bush describes GOP as 'isolationist, protectionist and, to a certain extent, nativist'
Former President George W. Bush on Tuesday described the Republican Party as "isolationist, protectionist and, to a certain extent, nativist," his strongest and most direct criticism yet against his own party since leaving office in 2009.
- Apple unveils a new iPad Pro, colorful iMacs, AirTag and more
- 'Passion of the Christ' actor pushes false QAnon theory
CNN's Donie O'Sullivan reports on the false QAnon conspiracy theory pushed by "Passion of the Christ" star Jim Caviezel.
- 1 dead, 2 injured in shooting at New York grocery store
A shooting was reported Tuesday at a Stop & Shop grocery in West Hempstead, New York, and no suspect has been apprehended, officials said.
- Video captures Border Patrol rescue of two migrant children in Rio Grande
Two Honduran children found clinging to an island surrounded by a powerful current in the Rio Grande were rescued by Border Patrol agents last week and taken into custody, the region's top border official said, the latest example of the dangers migrants face as a growing number desperately attempt to reach the US.
- The fight against Asian discrimination must extend to C-suites and boardrooms, too
As an Asian American, I'm hopeful that the rallies and protests sparked by the recent surge in anti-Asian violence and vitriol will begin to address the quiet discrimination and stereotyping that has taken place in the United States for so long.
- YouTube shuts down prominent Nigerian megachurch preacher's channel for 'gay curing' claims
A popular Nigerian televangelist has urged his followers to "pray for YouTube" for shutting down his account after he posted videos on his channel claiming to 'cure' gay members of his congregation of their sexuality.
- Zelensky invites Russia's Putin to meet as tensions in eastern Ukraine rise
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to meet in eastern Ukraine, where long-simmering tensions have resurged in recent weeks.
- A year before the Indianapolis FedEx mass shooting, the gunman browsed white supremacist websites, police say
The gunman in an Indianapolis shooting that left eight people dead at a FedEx facility browsed white supremacist websites a little over a year before the attack, police said.
- Trump gave first in-person interview as former president. CNN breaks it down
CNN's Brianna Keilar reacts to former President Donald Trump's first in-person interview since leaving the White House where he spoke to Fox News' Sean Hannity.
- Donald Trump Jr. takes on new role as top adviser inside the Trump family
Former President Donald Trump has elevated his son Donald Trump Jr. to an unofficial new role inside his orbit as he weighs the idea of a comeback presidential bid in 2024 that would require him to maintain a vice grip on the Republican base for any chance of success.
- The last chance to save Alexey Navalny
Last summer, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny narrowly survived an assassination attempt, widely believed to have been organized by Russia's security services, through a Novichok nerve-agent poisoning. Now, without concerted action, he may die from medical neglect in a Russian penal colony where the authorities locked him up following a mockery of a trial. The botched nerve-agent attack, since exposed, was supposed to have been accomplished with deniability. If Navlany now dies in prison, the blame will lie unequivocally with the Kremlin.
- White House considers broad range of migration plans ahead of Harris visit to Central America
The Biden administration is considering pressing Guatemala to address governance issues in the country, ranging from investment to corruption, according to a source familiar with the deliberations at the White House, highlighting just one of the delicate negotiations Vice President Kamala Harris is expected to lead.
- The number of Black women mayors leading major cities to reach historic high. Here is why they are winning
A new wave of Black women are breaking barriers as they ascend to mayoral seats in cities with deeply rooted histories of racism and inequality.
- See moment child is saved from oncoming train
CCTV cameras captured the moment a railroad worker saved the life of a child who slipped and fell onto the tracks at a station in Mumbai.
- Sleeping less than 6 hours a night in mid-life raises risk of dementia 30%, study finds
Sleeping less than six hours a night when you're in your 50s, 60s and 70s increases your risk of dementia by 30%, a long-term study has found.
- This is what an asteroid looks like after playing tag with a spacecraft
When NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft swept in to collect a sample from the asteroid Bennu in October 2020, it left a noticeable mark.
- John Oliver to White Americans: 'March in the streets'
Listen to John Oliver address the recent fatal police shootings of Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo in a passionate monologue on "Last Week Tonight."
- Lidl Ireland becomes first major retailer to offer free period products
Lidl Ireland will offer free menstrual products to women and girls as part of a new initiative targeting period poverty.
- A judge declined to toss the federal sentence of ex-officer Michael Slager in fatal Walter Scott shooting
A federal judge Monday declined to toss out the prison sentence of a former South Carolina police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Black man in the back in 2015.
- Former US Vice President Walter 'Fritz' Mondale dead at 93
Walter "Fritz" Mondale, who served as vice president under then-President Jimmy Carter before waging his own unsuccessful White House bid in 1984, has died, according to family spokesperson Kathy Tunheim. He was 93.
- A White friend and a Black friend experienced two very different traffic stops in Minneapolis
Two friends, on White and one Black, were pulled over for speeding on separate occasions. They compare their experiences with traffic stops in the Minneapolis suburbs.
- Kobe Bryant's estate ends nearly two-decade deal with Nike
The nearly two-decade relationship late basketball player Kobe Bryant and Nike has ended.
- New Jersey adds 'X' gender marker on driver's licenses and other state identification
New Jersey is now joining at least 19 states and Washington, DC, in allowing an "X" gender identifier on driver's licenses and other identification.
- Demi Lovato apologizes for shaming frozen yogurt shop
Demi Lovato apologized after her complaints about a frozen yogurt shop caused a backlash from those wanting her to chill out.
- Why copper and lithium could be 'the new oil'
- Tyrannosaurus rex walked surprisingly slowly, new study finds
Tyrannosaurus rex was a fearsome predator, but it sure wasn't a particularly fast mover. In fact, most humans could easily keep up with the dinosaur without breaking a sweat.
- The mini Venices around Europe
If there's one thing we know about Venice, it's that it's unique. What other city is built on water, or packed with its signature flamboyant architecture?
- 13 of the best things to do in Colombia
Colombia has emerged from its troubled past. The present and future belong to a growing travel trade. Here are the 13 best things do in this South American jewel.
- The trouble with maskless tourists
Authorities recently closed the Chichen Itza Maya ruin site in Mexico after police complained of tourists without masks, while police in Puerto Rico have handed out a number of fines for non-compliance. So why are so many tourists seemingly ignoring the rules around mask wearing?
- Watch the Ingenuity helicopter's first flight on Mars
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter has made history with the first-ever powered flight on Mars.
- Meet Ayesha McGowan, the first Black American woman in pro cycling: 'The thing that we're working for isn't just existing in a space, it's thriving'
A bike can take you a long way quickly. As well taking you to new places and spaces.
- Kate Winslet's daughter slips 'under the radar' to follow in her mother's footsteps
Kate Winslet has revealed that her daughter Mia Threapleton was able to "slip under the radar" and follow in her mother's acting footsteps without people knowing the pair are related.
- Darth Vader 'Star Wars' script reveals how huge secret was preserved
A script for "Star Wars: Episode V -- The Empire Strikes Back" reveals how a pivotal plot twist in the movie franchise was considered to be such a secret that it was not reflected in the lines provided to actors.
- This tech could help clean the air for commuters
Amid the pandemic, public transport providers are trying to keep commuters safe from Covid. One firm taking on that challenge is AirLabs. Its new AiroSafe tech can be fitted to seats on buses, trains or subways to filter airborne coronavirus and pollutants.
- Two Canadian railroads launch bidding war for rare access to Mexico
All aboard! There's a bidding war in the railroad industry. Canadian National is offering to buy Kansas City Southern for $33.7 billion, topping a $25 billion bid from rival Canadian Pacific.
- It's 4/20. Cannabis stocks are smoking hot
In honor of April 20 -- aka "weed day" -- we figured it was worth pointing out that cannabis stocks are smoking hot.
- What's next for Derek Chauvin after being found guilty
Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of the murder of George Floyd on Tuesday, a verdict that sent waves of celebration across the United States after years of protests against police brutality.
- Tears of joy inside and outside the courtroom
The jury is set to resume deliberations Tuesday in Derek Chauvin's trial on charges of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd.