Is it safe to go to the doctor? Here's what health experts say Update: July 20, 07:31 am
One challenge emerging during the Covid-19 pandemic has been how exactly to handle your own health care or doctor appointments — even just routine check-ups. Should you go to your doctor’s office or will a telehealth appointment work?

From the front lines, Black nurses battle twin pandemics of racism and coronavirus Update: July 10, 05:06 am
London (CNN)Nurse Efe Obiakor stood at the front of the crowd, looking up proudly as her 18-year-old daughter Ada took center stage at a Black Lives Matter rally in central London.

Facebook shuts down network of fake accounts tied to employees of Brazil's Bolsonaro and sons Update: July 10, 04:57 am
(CNN)Facebook has removed dozens of what it said are fake social media accounts linked to the offices of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and his sons. The accounts were used to target journalists and political opponents of the president, and also discussed the coronavirus.

In ‘Buy American’ Speech, Biden Challenges Trump on the Economy Update: July 10, 04:45 am
Joseph R. Biden Jr. laid out a populist economic vision with the tagline “Build Back Better,” part of an effort to confront President Trump on his strongest issue in polling.

Record breakers! Manchester United become first side in Premier League history to win four games in a row by three or more goals... Update: July 10, 04:42 am
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were awarded a spot kick in the 27th minute of their game away to Aston Villa, with Bruno Fernandes controversially deemed to have been fouled by Ezri Konsa.

Australia suspends extradition with Hong Kong and offers path to citizenship for city's residents Update: July 10, 04:39 am
(CNN)Australia has suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong, Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced Thursday, as the country moves to offer a path to citizenship for those Hong Kongers who wish to leave the city.

California set to take on Trump administration over ICE foreign-student rule Update: July 10, 04:37 am
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the state's 86th lawsuit against the Trump administration during a virtual news conference.

60-second hack can make your face mask fit better Update: July 10, 04:35 am
Olivia Cui demonstrates how to make a loose-fitting surgical mask tighter and more snug in a now-viral TikTok.

Supreme Court: NYC prosecutor can get Trump's financial records Update: July 10, 04:33 am
Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance called the ruling a "tremendous victory" and emphasized he will follow the law and the facts "wherever they may lead."

Reopening: At least 21 states take new steps to stop coronavirus Update: July 10, 04:30 am
States with rising COVID-19 cases, including Texas, Arizona and Florida, are pausing reopening, requiring masks or taking other steps. See the list.