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• Ghislaine Maxwell, longtime Jeffrey Epstein associate, arrested for recruiting and abusing girls in sex-trafficking ring
• Trump's anti-mask crusade is coming back to bite him
• CNN reporter goes inside Texas hospital. See why it brought him to tears.
CNN's Miguel Marquez goes inside a San Antonio, Texas, hospital that is becoming overwhelmed with patients as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread.
• 'Sending the population to the slaughterhouse': Restaurants and bars open in Rio, as experts warn worst is yet to come
A chilly wind ruffled tablecloths at the open-air restaurants along Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro on Thursday. But it did little to dampen the enthusiasm of Pedro Assy as he prepared to open his simple eatery for the first time in more than three months.
• A Black man tries to cash his first paycheck. The bank teller calls 911.
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, he says.
• Japan debuts new bullet train that can run during an earthquake
Japan's latest record-breaking bullet train doesn't only run faster and smoother -- it's also able to transport passengers to safety in the event of an earthquake.
• Trump's former adviser says President is trying to avoid responsibility
Former national security adviser to President Trump, John Bolton, says that it is hard for him to believe that the President was not informed about intelligence that suggested Russia might be offering bounties to kill US soldiers in Afghanistan.
• Senate approves final sanctions bill to punish China over Hong Kong
The US Senate has approved a final version of legislation that would punish China for moves that lawmakers fear will crush democratic freedoms in Hong Kong.
• The true cost of a new confrontation with China
China's response to the coronavirus outbreak has provided a pretext for some in Washington to spar even more openly with Beijing. Top White House advisor Peter Navarro accused the Chinese government of exploiting the pandemic to advance its interests, and one senator even claimed that China is "trying to sabotage" America's search for a vaccine and is bent on "world domination." Steve Bannon, the mastermind of President Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, attributed the death of George Floyd, in large part, to China's misdeeds.
• 15-year-old girl among 370 arrested as China-backed law takes hold in Hong Kong
• Pro-democracy leader Nathan Law leaves Hong Kong
Nathan Law, a former lawmaker and prominent pro-democracy activist, has fled Hong Kong, he announced Thursday on Facebook. The news comes days after China's central government imposed a controversial national security law in the territory.
• Groom dies two days after wedding, 80 people get coronavirus
A groom died two days after his wedding in eastern India after becoming infected with coronavirus, with 80 people linked to the ceremony testing positive for Covid-19.
• Health official issues subpoenas to party-goers. Here's why.
CNN's Kate Bolduan talks to a New York health commissioner about the great lengths she has taken to get contact tracers to comply with Covid-19 case investigators.
• Black Facebook employee and two job applicants file EEOC complaint alleging discrimination
One current Facebook manager and two job applicants have filed a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleging that Facebook has "a general policy of discrimination against Black applicants and workers, including in hiring, evaluations, promotions, and pay."
• Emotional President of Honduras exits hospital after 16 days of Covid-19 treatment
An emotional President of Honduras was discharged from hospital on Thursday morning, 16 days after being diagnosed with Covid-19.
• Hundreds arrested after police infiltrate secret criminal phone network
An encrypted messaging service used exclusively by criminals has been infiltrated by police in a major operation, leading to hundreds of arrests and the seizure of firearms, drugs and millions of dollars in cash.
• Face shields AND face masks now mandatory on Qatar Airways
Face masks on flights have quickly become the norm as travelers tentatively return to the skies, but Qatar Airways has taken this a step further, announcing that its passengers will be required to wear a face shield -- in addition to a face mask or face covering.
• More than 360 elephants mysteriously died. Some fell 'flat on their faces.'
More than 360 elephants have died in mysterious circumstances in Botswana in the past three months, according to local conservationists.
• The fastest-growing black hole in the universe has a massive appetite
The fastest-growing black hole in the universe is 34 billion times the mass of our sun and feasts on a meal the equivalent of our sun each day, according to a new study.
• US hospitals prepare for another surge as Covid-19 cases climb
• Prince Harry says institutional racism is 'endemic' in society
Prince Harry has said that institutional racism is "endemic" in society and apologized that not enough has been done to combat it.
• Fans flout social distancing rules at Bulgarian Cup final
Thousands of football fans attended the Bulgarian Cup final between Lokomotiv Plovdiv and CSKA Sofia on Wednesday, where social distancing measures appeared to be ignored in the stands.
• 'Absolutely ridiculous': Mayor threatened after mask mandate
Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas describes receiving a death threat and racist text messages after mandating the use of face coverings while in public.
• Slain singer buried as 81 killed in protests
At least 81 people are dead in Ethiopia in massive protests that erupted after the killing of singer and activist Hachalu Hundessa, local police commissioner told state media.
• Many feared trapped by landslide at jade mine
At least 126 people have died and others are feared trapped after a landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar's Kachin State, according to officials.
• Dad stunned by what he saw on his family's home security camera
A Connecticut man says he was stunned to see his 9-year-old son hiding from police on home surveillance video despite his family having positive experience with officers in the community. CNN affiliate News 12 Connecticut reports.
• Vladimir Putin is on course to become one of the world's longest-serving leaders
• Court sides with publisher of tell-all book by Trump's niece
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• Young daughter crashing mom's live BBC interview will be the best thing you see today
Two live home interviews on BBC and Sky News in England had adorable interruptions on the same day.
• A healthy 30-year-old man went to a crowded bar. He ended up in a hospital on a breathing tube
Covid-19 was the last thing on his mind when he went to a crowded bar in Scottsdale, Arizona, Jimmy Flores said.
• Middle East at 'critical threshold' in pandemic
• Balloon trips to the edge of space by 2021
If you're trying to avoid airborne viruses, heading to a near vacuum might not be the worst idea.
• Ex-F1 chief Ecclestone is a father at 89
Former Formula One mogul Bernie Ecclestone, 89, and wife Fabiana Flosi, 44, have announced the birth of their son.
• Western addicts head to Thailand for extreme detox treatments
Kneeling beside a gutter within a walled compound adjoining a complex of golden-roofed temples, 50 men in red pajamas with the word "overcome" on the back are sweating under the midday sun.
• This might be the biggest news outlet most Americans have never heard of
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.
• Five days of death as Covid-19 strikes an indigenous community in Brazil
• Scotland's Gaelic language could die out in 10 years, says study
Gaelic-speaking communities in Scotland are in crisis and the language could die out within 10 years, according to a new study.
• Warning: The world won't hit climate goals unless energy innovation is rapidly accelerated
Solar and wind power are booming. Electric vehicles are so promising that Tesla is now worth more than ExxonMobil. Coal is collapsing.
• Indoor vs. outside dining: Which restaurant tables are safer?
• West Indies cricket legend Sir Everton Weekes dies aged 95
The cricket world is in mourning after West Indies cricket legend Everton Weekes died at the age of 95.
• How Covid-19 has upended the South African alcohol industry
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 road to recovery as production resumes.
• Lewis Hamilton, Formula One's voice and conscience
On a karting track in southeast England, an eight-year-old Lewis Hamilton has the measure of his rivals. He is flying around the course. He is quicker than the other boys and, though these are supposed to be carefree years, is racing with the intensity of someone who is eager to make an impression.
• 'It looks like a virus': Australia's new trade logo proves controversial
Partly inspired by Aboriginal art and culture, a new logo promoting Australia's interests overseas has proven divisive, with some likening the design to depictions of the coronavirus.
• Kanye West's latest music video was directed by artist Arthur Jafa
Artist Arthur Jafa created the artwork and directed the music video for Kanye West's latest song, "Wash Us in the Blood." The song will appear on West's forthcoming album, "God's Country," and was released as part of a larger roll out of upcoming projects called #WESTDAYEVER.
• Ryan Reynolds awkwardly pops in on 'X-men' video call
Ryan Reynolds and a few other stars joined a video call where the original "X-Men" cast was celebrating the 20th anniversary of the first movie.
• Chat bots are becoming uncannily human. Can they be our friends?
My phone lights up with a notification for a new message: "Do you think two people who had a relationship can ever be friends after it's over?"
• A 5-year-old boy with prosthetic legs has raised $1 million for the NHS by walking 6 miles
A 5-year-old boy with two prosthetic legs has raised more than £1 million ($1.2 million) for the hospital that saved his life when he was just weeks old, by walking a total of six miles over the past month.
• FBI: Epstein associate fled to 'gorgeous property' where agents arrested her
Ghislaine Maxwell, the onetime girlfriend and alleged accomplice of accused sex-trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested Thursday morning and charged by New York federal prosecutors with six counts in connection with an ongoing federal investigation into Epstein's accomplices, according to court documents and a person familiar with the matter.
• Jeffrey Epstein's confidant was charged today. Here's what we know.
• Ghislaine Maxwell charged with enticement of minors in Epstein case
• Who is Ghislaine Maxwell? The woman at the center of Epstein scandal
The British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell has been arrested in connection with an investigation into her ex-boyfriend, the convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.



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