• Chinese leaders meet to chart economic course October 26, 2020
    China's top leaders meet behind the doors to map out their political and economic agenda for the next five years, as the ruling Communist Party hopes to capitalize on their rapid containment of the Covid-19 pandemic. CNN's Steven Jiang reports.
  • SE Cupp: We need leadership to fix Covid-19 October 26, 2020
    In the first installment of SE Cupp's "What Come Next?" series, she sits down with experts Leana Wen, Julian Zelizer and Tom Nichols to discuss how the US should move forward with the pandemic.
  • See the '60 Minutes' interview that Trump cut short October 26, 2020
    President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden appeared on CBS News' "60 Minutes." These are the highlights from their interviews.
  • Chairman of Samsung Electronics dies at 78 October 26, 2020
    Lee Kun-hee, chairman of South Korean electronics giant Samsung, died at the age of 78, the company said. He had been comatose since suffering a heart attack in 2014. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports.
  • Former Pence staffer says Marc Short used to joke about masks October 26, 2020
    Olivia Troye, a former staffer on Vice President Mike Pence's coronavirus task force, tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer that she isn't surprised members of Pence's team have contracted Covid-19 and that she still worries that Pence "isn't out of the woods."
  • A chess prodigy story in 'The Queen's Gambit' October 26, 2020
    Anya Taylor-Joy stars in the new drama about a chess prodigy and her rise to fame.
  • CNN10 - 10/26/20 October 26, 2020
    Destroying a nest of murder hornets, providing RVs to wildfire victims, and changing plans for Halloween are three of today's topics on CNN 10.
  • Trump shirks CDC guidance around a nearly maskless crowd October 25, 2020
    During a campaign stop in Maine, President Donald Trump, without a mask, greeted a largely maskless crowd and signed autographs while in close proximity. CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner says the President's messaging undermines the effort of health professionals advising their patients.
  • CDC official sounded alarm on Covid-19 months ago. She was silenced October 25, 2020
    Sources tell CNN's Jake Tapper that Dr. Nancy Messonnier, a CDC official who sounded the alarm on the severity of the pandemic months ago, was told to "lay low" as President Donald Trump downplayed the threat of the coronavirus.
  • How emotions drive our news diets and our votes October 25, 2020
    Psychology professor and Westen Strategies founder Drew Westen, author of "The Political Brain," makes the case that "elections are won or lost in the marketplace of emotions." He applies his research to the 2020 election and says Trump support is a "cult-like phenomenon."

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