Harris’ departure was delayed after her office was informed of a “report of a recent possible anomalous health incident.” That term is how the government usually refers to the mysterious Havana syndrome that has sickened hundreds of US officials over the past few years.
Kamala Harris has become the first woman ever to become the US President, if only for a brief time. US President Joe Biden briefly transferred power to Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday to undergo a routine colonoscopy.
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Two explosions rocked the city center of Kamala, the capital of Uganda, one near the Central Police Station and another near parliament, according to police spokesman Fred Enanga and a journalist on the scene of one of the blasts. CNN’s Larry Madowo reports.
Rupert Friend played CIA operative Peter Quinn in political thriller series Homeland and is now in Wes Anderson's new movie, The French Dispatc alongside Timothee Chalamet.
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Cuba’s government is doing everything it can to silence protests, including a planned opposition march in Havana. Officials are even going so far as to confine activists to their homes. CNN’s Patrick Oppmann has more.
Cuba will reopen its international borders in a bid to bring back badly needed tourists after being shut to visitors for most of the Covid-19 pandemic. The island’s economy is in tatters and with the possibility of more protests, it’s not clear how many tourists will book flights any time soon. CNN’s Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana.
After unprecedented protests rattled Cuba in July 2021, the government is openly harassing a group of activists who have been planning a peaceful protest march on November 15 that will test the regime’s tolerance of dissent. CNN’s Patrick Oppmann reports from Havana, Cuba.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar speaks with David Schoen, the attorney for Trump associate Steve Bannon, about his client’s argument to invoke executive privilege in the January 6 investigation over conversations he had with people other than the former president.
CNN’s Brianna Keilar pays tribute to former Staff Sergeant Wesley Black, who died after a battle with cancer which his oncologist said was linked to burn pits used by the military to burn trash in Iraq and Afghanistan. Black’s story was previously covered by CNN.