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A man fatally shot a teenager in Oregon for playing loud music Thanksgiving week, police say

A man in Oregon fatally shot a teenager Thanksgiving week after getting upset that the 19-year-old was playing music loudly in the parking lot of an inn that the two were staying at, police said. CNN affiliate KOBI reports.

5 things to know for November 30: Coronavirus, election, Iran, Switzerland, Thailand

Incoming Republican Congresswomen Nancy Mace of South Carolina and Nicole Malliotakis of New York talk with CNN's Dana Bash about the rising number of women in the House GOP caucus.

5 things to know for November 30: Coronavirus, election, Iran, Switzerland, Thailand

President-elect Joe Biden has named Kate Bedingfield as White House communications director and Jen Psaki as his press secretary. He is also set to formally name key members of his economic team, with the long-expected announcement of Janet Yellen as Treasury Secretary. CNN's MJ Lee reports.

5 things to know for November 30: Coronavirus, election, Iran, Switzerland, Thailand

Active weather pattern is bringing severe weather and snowfall to the Eastern US. We are also monitoring an area of potential development on the last day of the 2020 hurricane season. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for November 30: Coronavirus, election, Iran, Switzerland, Thailand

The funeral and burial of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iran's chief nuclear scientist who was killed last week, was held on November 30. Top Iranian officials have blamed Israel for the attack without providing evidence to support their claims. CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports.

East Coast braces for snow, heavy rain in first major storm system of the fall

The East Coast's first winter storm system is set to arrive as 2020's record-breaking hurricane season comes to an end. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has more.

Some New York City public schools to resume in-person learning

New York City public schools will resume in-person classes during a phased reopening process beginning on December 7. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.

Covid-19 claims beloved Chicago dispatcher: 'His pride was going to work'

What's it like to be on the front lines of the Covid-19 surge? We asked ER doctors across the country what scares them the most.

Minneapolis family survives Covid-19, vows to raise awareness

After Covid-19 infected everyone in their family, Charles and Kirstin Johnson-Nixon are now on a mission to spread awareness about the devastating effects of the disease. CNN's Adrienne Broaddus reports.

5 things to know for November 27: Covid-19, Flynn, election, Turkey, Venezuela

From thunderstorms along the Gulf Coast to high wind battering Southern California, here's a look at where holiday travelers need to be extra cautious.

'It's working!': Utah officials thrilled to see animals using highway wildlife overpass

Footage released by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources shows moose, bears, deer and other wild animals traveling across the bridge sooner than expected.

This student just became the first Latino DACA recipient to win the Rhodes Scholarship. He says it's all because of his elementary school teacher

CNN's Poppy Harlow talks to Santiago Tobar Potes about what it means to him to become the first DACA recipient to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.

Separated from loved ones for months, nursing home residents face even lonelier holidays during the coronavirus pandemic

CNN's Brynn Gingras visits a nursing home in Connecticut and speaks to the residents about Thanksgiving during the coronavirus pandemic and the toll the separation from their families has taken on them.

Denver mayor apologizes for Thanksgiving travel plan

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is apologizing for flying to see his family hours after encouraging Denver residents to avoid Thanksgiving travel. CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner responds.

There is a hunger crisis in America this Thanksgiving

Regina Status is one of 50 million Americans who won't have enough to eat this year, in part because of the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports on food insecurity this Thanksgiving.

5 things to know for November 27: Covid-19, Flynn, election, Turkey, Venezuela

Argentina football legend Diego Armando Maradona has died at the age of 60. Arguably the world's greatest ever footballer, Maradona leaves behind a complex legacy on and off the pitch.

5 things to know for November 25: Covid-19, Biden, immigration, China, opioids

Alexa Aragonez and her family made a coronavirus PSA to the residents of Arlington, Texas, warning about gathering for Thanksgiving after they had 15 family members catch coronavirus at a small family birthday party earlier in November.

5 things to know for November 25: Covid-19, Biden, immigration, China, opioids

The busiest travel day of the year may be impacted by storms across the eastern United States and snow in the Pacific Northwest. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has your travel forecast.

5 things to know for November 25: Covid-19, Biden, immigration, China, opioids

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, has revealed she suffered a miscarriage in July 2020 in an opinion piece written for the New York Times. CNN's Max Foster reports.

He's an ex-Proud Boy. Here's what he says happens within the group's ranks

CNN's Elle Reeve speaks to former Proud Boys member Russell Schultz, who spent about a year and a half with the group near Portland, Oregon.

ICU doctor warns 'this is what you'll see at the end of your life' if Covid precautions aren't taken

An ICU doctor posted an unfiltered simulation of the last things a person might see before dying of Covid-19.

Minneapolis doctor wipes away tears in describing Covid-19's toll on hospital workers

Minneapolis doctor Shirlee Xie emotionally describes the impact coronavirus hospitalizations has on front line workers and shares what it's like to witness grief and loss.

5 things to know for November 24: Biden, coronavirus, Nigeria, China, emissions

Severe storms developing later today could affect over 17 million from the Southern Plains into the Mississippi Valley. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for November 24: Biden, coronavirus, Nigeria, China, emissions

President-elect Joe Biden unveiled a slate of cabinet picks, including the first woman to lead the US intelligence community, the first Latino to helm the Department of Homeland Security and the first woman to be the treasury secretary.

Pat Quinn, the co-founder of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 37

Pat Quinn, one of the co-founders of the viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, died at the age of 37, according to a statement from the ALS Foundation. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as ALS, is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease.

Macy's honors New York City's essential workers with holiday window displays

Macy's holiday window display this year focuses on thanking first responders, essential workers, "marchers for equality," and people who showed "grit and good humor" in 2020.

A bittersweet Thanksgiving for the grandmother and teenager who met via an accidental text in 2016

In 2016, Wanda Dench and Jamal Hinton met through an accidental text and have celebrated Thanksgiving together ever since. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year's gathering will be different. It will be the first Thanksgiving without Wanda's husband Lonnie, who died in April from Covid-19.

Colin Kaepernick calls for release of former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal, convicted of killing a Philadelphia cop

Colin Kaepernick is calling for the release of Mumia Abu-Jamal, serving a life sentence for killing a Philadelphia police officer in 1981. CNN's Michael Smerconish, who wrote a book about the case, weighs in.

Florida retiree wrestles puppy from jaws of alligator

A wildlife camera captured how a man in Florida saved his small dog from the mouth of an alligator.

5 things to know for November 20: Covid, election lawsuits, Apple, Australia, immigration

A cold front is set to bring some weekend rain and snow for parts of the Midwest while the rest of the country sees calm weather. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam hast has the weekend forecast.

Kelly Stafford, wife of Detroit Lions QB, issues apology after calling Michigan a 'dictatorship' in Instagram rant about Covid-19 restrictions

Kelly Stafford, wife of longtime Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, apologized on Instagram after calling Michigan a "dictatorship" in response to the state's new Covid-19 restrictions.

Dashcam video provides details of fatal law enforcement shooting of two Florida teens

Authorities in Brevard County, Florida, have released dashcam video of a deadly encounter between a sheriff's deputy and two Black teenagers that prompted a state investigation.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

CNN's Chris Cuomo breaks down President Donald Trump's firing of Chris Krebs, a Department of Homeland Security official who had rejected Trump's claims of widespread voter fraud, as well as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's comments on the transition of power from one presidential administration to the next.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) got into a heated argument on the Senate floor over masks while the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller announced that the US will withdraw thousands more US troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by Jan 15, 2021.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

When protective gear like surgical masks and gowns were in short supply, workers at Braskem America lived in their Pennsylvania manufacturing plant. No one left for 28 days as they produced material needed for PPE. Vote now for this year's Most Inspiring Moment: CNNHeroes.com.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

Cold temperatures this morning for the Southeast, and rain and snow move into the Pacific Northwest. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for November 18: Covid-19, election, stimulus, US troops, Ethiopia

Pfizer has accumulated enough safety data on its Covid-19 vaccine and is preparing to file for emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration. Director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins, calls the news "pretty amazing."

Missing 9-year-old boy is found after spending two nights lost in the woods with no shoes or jacket

A 9-year-old boy missing for two days was found in a creek bed beneath a shelter he created with a tarp.

Several sheriffs in upstate New York say they will ignore Gov. Cuomo's order to limit Thanksgiving guests

Several upstate sheriffs have pushed back on New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's executive order limiting the number of people at Thanksgiving gatherings to 10 people. CNN's Brianna Keilar speaks to one of them, Sherriff Richard Giardino, who is refusing to enforce the order.

South Dakota is grappling with the nation's highest positivity rate. This Covid-19 widow wants a mask mandate

The coronavirus pandemic is ravaging North and South Dakota, as Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) is ignoring known safety measures that have helped curb Covid-19's spread in other places. CNN's Lucy Kafanov speaks to a woman who lost her husband to the virus.

5 things to know for November 17: Covid-19, election, Iota, New Zealand, ISS

Hurricane Iota makes landfall in Nicaragua as Category 4 major hurricane. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for November 17: Covid-19, election, Iota, New Zealand, ISS

A warm up is in store for the Eastern US as Pacific Northwest sees rain and snow, and we are still monitoring Hurricane Iota. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

5 things to know for November 16: Covid, Election 2020, Iota, antibiotics, Belarus

Hurricane Iota continues to gain strength as it approaches Central America. Iota is forecast to be an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane before making landfall. Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the latest update.

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade just featured a native land acknowledgment

Now in its 50th year, the National Day of Mourning involves a few hundred Native Americans and nonnative people gathering on Cole's Hill, overlooking Plymouth Rock, to consider Thanksgiving from the perspective of Native Americans. CNN's Victor Blackwell reports.

5 things to know for November 16: Covid, Election 2020, Iota, antibiotics, Belarus

Lake-effect snow hits the Northeast as a new system brings heavy rain and snow to the Pacific Northwest. Hurricane Iota also continues to strengthen and is bearing down on Central America. CNN meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

Thousands of cars form lines to collect food in Texas

Thousands of people lined up to receive groceries at a food bank distribution event in Dallas, with organizers saying the Covid-19 pandemic has increased need in the city. CNN political commentator Andrew Yang talks to Wolf Blitzer about the devastating economic impact the pandemic has had on Americans.

Man charged with assaulting actor Rick Moranis

The New York Police Department has arrested and charged a man accused of assaulting actor Rick Moranis on the sidewalk. Moranis starred in hits such as "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!" and "Ghostbusters."

5 things to know for November 16: Covid, Election 2020, Iota, antibiotics, Belarus

President Trump for the first time acknowledged President-elect Joe Biden's election victory, tweeting, "He won because the Election was Rigged," before continuing to blame his loss on baseless and debunked conspiracy theories about the election. He then backtracked the acknowledgement in a later tweet.

5 things to know for November 16: Covid, Election 2020, Iota, antibiotics, Belarus

Across the US, 45 states are reporting an increase of cases above 10% compared to last week, which has brought the national total to more than 10.9 million cases and 245,600 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. CNN's John King reports.

MAGA March brings together Trump voters, far-right leaders and counterprotesters, ending in some clashes

CNN's Sara Sidner reports from Washington, DC, where pro-Trump groups have converged to protest the results of the election.

British artist creates a 'human atlas' of Detroit to tell 100 stories of the city's unsung heroes

British artist Marcus Lyon creates a human atlas to document lives and DNA of Detroit's social change agents.

Chicago issues stay-at-home advisory and tells residents to cancel traditional Thanksgiving celebrations

Forty-four states see a rise in hospitalization as the number of daily new cases in the US nearly from just a few weeks ago. CNN's Erica Hill reports.

54 million Americans are going hungry. Here's how you can make sure you eat

Millions of Americans are running out of food, money, and time as winter approaches amid the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for November 12: Transition, Covid-19, Eta, Mozambique, Ethiopia

Tropical Storm Eta has made landfall in Florida, but the threat of flooding remains. CNN meteorologist Chad Myers has the latest.

Closed storefronts, overwhelmed hospitals and mobile morgues: El Paso residents hit hard by coronavirus

CNN's Omar Jimenez reports on the human toll coronavirus is taking on families in El Paso, Texas, after the state became the first in the United States to reach 1 million Covid-19 cases.

5 things to know for November 12: Transition, Covid-19, Eta, Mozambique, Ethiopia

CNN's Brianna Keilar breaks down the danger of President Trump's team refusing to begin the transition for President-elect Joe Biden and Trump firing key people in the administration to replace them with loyalists.

5 things to know for November 12: Transition, Covid-19, Eta, Mozambique, Ethiopia

Richard Clarke, a top counter-terror adviser to Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, warns of the potential threats to national security that come with a delayed presidential transition.

5 things to know for November 11: ACA, transition, Covid-19, Vatican, Hong Kong

Justices on the Supreme Court seemed to signal it wasn't their place to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act, even if the individual mandate is deemed unconstitutional.

5 things to know for November 11: ACA, transition, Covid-19, Vatican, Hong Kong

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said there would be a smooth transition to a "second Trump administration" despite President-elect Joe Biden's victory.

5 things to know for November 11: ACA, transition, Covid-19, Vatican, Hong Kong

CNN's John King and University of Texas law professor Steve Vladeck discusses the oral arguments heard by the Supreme Court on whether to invalidate the Affordable Care Act.

5 things to know for November 11: ACA, transition, Covid-19, Vatican, Hong Kong

Tropical Storm Eta is forecast to strengthen to a hurricane on its approach to the Florida Gulf Coast. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the latest, as well as what to expect today with the temperature roller coaster we have been riding lately.

5 things to know for November 10: Election, Covid-19, Obamacare, White House, Armenia

This hurricane season has rewritten the record books. Plus, big heat for the East and winter weather out West. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.

5 things to know for November 10: Election, Covid-19, Obamacare, White House, Armenia

CNN's Erin Burnett and Micheal Smerconish discuss a memo sent by Attorney General William Barr reminding federal prosecutors they should examine allegations of voting irregularities before states move to certify results, despite providing no evidence of fraud.

5 things to know for November 10: Election, Covid-19, Obamacare, White House, Armenia

CNN's Erin Burnett discusses the struggles President-elect Joe Biden is facing during his transition to the presidency because Trump GSA appointee Emily Murphy is refusing to start the process.

5 things to know for November 9: Biden, Election 2020, Covid-19, Alex Trebek, Bolivia

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT), a frequent Trump critic, and Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) both congratulated Joe Biden on his election victory. The two GOP senators are the only sitting Republican lawmakers to call the President-elect as the rest of the party either urged President Donald Trump not to concede or stayed silent despite no widespread evidence of fraud in the election.

5 things to know for November 9: Biden, Election 2020, Covid-19, Alex Trebek, Bolivia

The possibility of another landfall on Florida by tropical storm Eta raises concerns for Floridians. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the latest forecast as well as impacts to expect.

Celebrating crowds cheer US Postal Service workers after Biden declared winner

Across the country voters clapped for USPS workers, a turnaround for the postal system after it had faced widespread criticism for its handling of mail-in ballots.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

Tropical Depression Eta expected to restrengthen over the coming days. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the forecast.

Stephen Colbert breaks down in speech about Trump's attempt to undermine the election

Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, James Corden, and Stephen Colbert poke fun at the ongoing election count and President Trump's dishonest election speech.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

CNN's Phil Mattingly breaks down the remaining votes waiting to be counted in Pennsylvania as Joe Biden continues to shrink President Trump's lead in the key state.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

From Cori Bush, Missouri's first Black congresswoman, to Sarah McBride, the nation's first state senator to publicly identify as transgender, the 2020 election was filled with historical milestones.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is now leading President Donald Trump in Georgia, a significant turn of events in a once reliably Republican state that Trump must win in order to clinch reelection. CNN's Phil Mattingly gives an update on the state of play in the Peach State.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

As votes continue to be counted in Arizona, county election officials in Phoenix have installed a fence around the Maricopa County Elections Department in preparation for more protests.

5 things to know for November 6: Election, vote fallout, down-ballot, Covid, Ethiopia

Brad Ludden and First Descents normally provide free weeklong adventures to young adults with cancer and multiple sclerosis, but once Covid-19 hit they saw an opportunity to help those helping others through the pandemic.

Demonstrators gather in cities and outside election offices amid election tensions

Small groups of demonstrators gathered in several cities as votes in the US presidential election continued to be counted.

Philadelphia police bodycam video shows officers trying to get Walter Wallace Jr. to drop knife before they shoot him

The Philadelphia Police Department has released bodycam footage of the fatal shooting of Walter Wallace Jr., where officers repeatedly warned Wallace to put down a knife he was carrying.

Demonstrators gather in cities and outside election offices amid election tensions

CNN's Kyung Lah reports from inside Maricopa County's elections department where votes are being counted as election officials in Arizona prepare to close for the night. Meanwhile, a crowd of protesters has gathered outside the elections facility along with a number of law enforcement officials who are securing the site.

5 things to know for November 4: Presidential race, Hill & state races, Covid-19, Eta

Tropical Storm Eta is lashing Central America with life-threatening flash flooding, CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the latest on the storm and how it may impact the Southeast by this weekend.

5 things to know for November 4: Presidential race, Hill & state races, Covid-19, Eta

Concession speeches help maintain peace after elections, but they're not legally required. So what happens when those speeches deviate from tradition?

5 things to know for November 4: Presidential race, Hill & state races, Covid-19, Eta

President Trump won all six of these states in 2016, he'll need them again if he hopes to win a second term in the White House. CNN's John King gives his take on the road to 270.

5 things to know for November 4: Presidential race, Hill & state races, Covid-19, Eta

Four years ago President Trump flipped Pennsylvania red on his path to the White House. John King explains which cities and suburbs Joe Biden needs to turn it blue again.

Psyche, an asteroid believed to be worth $10,000 quadrillion, is observed through Hubble Telescope in new study

A new study has given us a closer look at 16 Psyche, a rare metallic asteroid worth an estimated $10,000,000,000,000,000,000.

5 things to know for November 3: Election, Covid-19, Eta, Kabul, Vienna

A subway train has crashed through a buffer stop and landed on a 30-foot-high whale statue near Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Nikki McKibbin, 'American Idol' contestant, has died at 42

Nikki McKibbin, a contestant on the first season of "American Idol," has died after suffering an aneurysm, according to a Facebook post from her husband.

5 things to know for November 2: Election, Covid-19, US protests, Thailand, Poland

As mass anti-government protests build across Thailand and calls for reform of the monarchy grow, King Maha Vajiralongkorn has called his country "the land of compromise," suggesting there may be a way out of the months-long political impasse. Channel 4 News' Jonathan Miller reports.

5 things to know for November 2: Election, Covid-19, US protests, Thailand, Poland

CNN's John Avlon analyzes growing concern over possible voter intimidation by armed groups and how President Trump's rhetoric may fuel their motives.

5 things to know for November 2: Election, Covid-19, US protests, Thailand, Poland

President Donald Trump suggested to a crowd at a rally in Florida that he may fire Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading expert on infectious diseases, after the election.

5 things to know for November 2: Election, Covid-19, US protests, Thailand, Poland

CNN Political Director David Chalian looks at the potential ways each candidate could reach 270 electoral votes.

5 things to know for November 2: Election, Covid-19, US protests, Thailand, Poland

Hurricane Eta has formed to the east of Nicaragua. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has what impacts Central America can expect, as well as the Election Day forecast.

Police used pepper spray to break up a North Carolina march to a polling place

Police in Graham, North Carolina, used pepper spray to break up a group of demonstrators who stopped on the way to a polling place to honor George Floyd and other Black people whose deaths have fueled protests over racial injustice.

A Florida man was mauled by a leopard after paying $150 for a 'full-contact experience'

A man in Florida was mauled after paying $150 for a "full-contact experience" with a black leopard. CNN affiliate WPLG reports.

A New Orleans police officer on patrol in the French Quarter was shot in the face by a pedicab passenger, superintendent says

A New Orleans police officer was shot in the face and another was injured when a passenger in a pedicab in the French Quarter fired at their vehicle, the city's police superintendent said.

In El Paso, the man who inspired 'BlacKkKlansman' and wife battle Covid-19 amid surge

Coronavirus cases are spiking in El Paso, Texas, where hospitals are struggling to meet the medical demands of patients. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports on the latest.

CNN exclusive: Four families connected by pain are hoping to use their influence to get out the vote

The families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Jacob Blake joined together in Chicago to urge all Americans to fight for justice by voting. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

5 things to know for October 30: Covid-19, election, police violence protests, France, Senegal

Cooler air has arrived in the wake of Zeta bringing a chance of snow for the northeast. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the details.

5 things to know for October 30: Covid-19, election, police violence protests, France, Senegal

Actress Scarlett Johansson returned to host "Saturday Night Live" for the 6th time. And she made sure to crack a few jokes about her then fiancé, SNL cast-member Colin Jost.

5 things to know for October 30: Covid-19, election, police violence protests, France, Senegal

CNN's John Avlon shows how Pinellas and Hillsborough counties could decide who gets Florida's Electoral College votes in the 2020 presidential election.

Car chase preceded police shooting that killed Marcellis Stinnette in Waukegan, Illinois, video shows

Police in Waukegan, Illinois released video from the night a police officer shot and killed a 19-year-old Black man and injured his girlfriend.

5 things to know for October 29: Covid-19, election, Breonna Taylor, Big Tech, Zeta

As Covid-19 cases continue to jump during the fall surge, Dr. Anthony Fauci says there's little chance of normalcy on the horizon.

Hurricane Zeta batters a storm-weary Gulf Coast

Hurricane Zeta has made landfall in Louisiana and could possibly make a second landfall along the Mississippi coast within the next few hours. CNN Meteorologist Jennifer Gray has the forecast.

This single issue could decide how Western Pennsylvania votes

In Western Pennsylvania, where fracking for natural gas is a major economic driver, many worry about the future of fracking in the last week of the 2020 presidential election.

5 things to know for October 29: Covid-19, election, Breonna Taylor, Big Tech, Zeta

Zeta pummeling areas from the Gulf Coast to the Mid-Atlantic with strong winds and heavy rainfall. CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers has the latest.

5 things to know for October 29: Covid-19, election, Breonna Taylor, Big Tech, Zeta

In a fiery exchange during a senate hearing on Big Tech, Senator Ted Cruz sparred with Twitter's CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey about the platform's role in elections.

5 things to know for October 29: Covid-19, election, Breonna Taylor, Big Tech, Zeta

Two anonymous grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case spoke publicly for the first time on CBS "This Morning," saying they weren't given an opportunity to pursue more charges.

Chicago is the 'rattiest city' in America for the sixth year in a row

A cat shelter in Chicago is selling groups of feral cats for up to $600 to combat Chicago's rat problem, which is believed to be the worst in the country.

Walter Wallace Jr struggled with mental health issues, family says

The father of Walter Wallace Jr., the man shot and killed by police officers in Philadelphia, joins CNN's Chris Cuomo to ask his community to stop the violence and the looting.

5 things to know for October 28: Election, Covid-19, Philadelphia, economy, Nigeria

As President Trump's first term nears its end, CNN's Tom Foreman takes a closer look at which 2016 campaign promises he has delivered on.

5 things to know for October 28: Election, Covid-19, Philadelphia, economy, Nigeria

See which candidate has the largest sum of total campaign contributions, including personal contributions, in the 2020 presidential election.​

5 things to know for October 28: Election, Covid-19, Philadelphia, economy, Nigeria

The Country Music superstar is supporting West Hollywood, CA's The Troubadour through the release of her new album. Rick Damigella reports.

From a bar owner to a hair stylist, Americans struggle in a pandemic economy

CNN's Ed Lavandera speaks to Texas business owners and families who are struggling financially as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

5 things to know for October 27: SCOTUS, coronavirus, election, China, NASA

Wind gusts over 75 mph hit LA County yesterday causing dangerous fire growth. More are expected today for the whole state and may rival winds with the arrival of Hurricane Zeta on Wednesday. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the latest.

First 'murder hornet' nest found in US successfully removed

Scientists have eradicated what's believed to be the first Asian giant hornet nest in the United States.

People are literally dancing in the streets as they wait to vote

Latest dance hotspot...early voting lines. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on dancing while voting.

5 things to know for October 27: SCOTUS, coronavirus, election, China, NASA

Republicans are warning that Democrats would try to expand the Supreme Court if they win big in the 2020 elections. CNN's John Avlon digs into the recent history of court expansion and how it has become a partisan talking point.

Lawyer for accused domestic terrorist says suspect was just 'playing army'

Attorney Mark Satawa represents Ty Garbin, one of five suspects accused with conspiracy to kidnap MI Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. He told CNN's Sara Sidner his client was just "playing army."

Dad's Zoom Halloween costume for his daughter is scary good

Greg Dietzenbach made a work-from-home inspired Halloween costume for his 12-year-old daughter hoping to combine "the creepiness of Halloween and our weird new normal."

Philadelphia police killed a Black man in a shooting that raises questions, chief says. Then 30 officers were hurt in protests

At least 30 Philadelphia officers were injured as protests erupted overnight after police shot and killed a man who waved a knife while standing on a city street. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #5 President, John McNesby is asking for everyone to "wait for the investigation to complete and not to meetly vilify the police department," according to CNN affiliate KYW.

90,000 people told to evacuate because of wildfires in Southern California

Not only is a winter storm impacting over 15 million from the deserts to the Plains, but also record cold, near record heat, West Coast wildfires and a tropical system aiming for US shores. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri breaks it all down.

5 things to know for October 26: Coronavirus, election, stimulus, France, UK

France is recalling its ambassador to Turkey over comments made by Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan about French president Emmanuel Macron. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.

'Hopefully our dream is not broken.' Asian American businesses hit especially hard during pandemic

CNN's Amara Walker looks at how Asian Americans are facing not only xenophobia as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, but also historic unemployment in the US.

5 things to know for October 26: Coronavirus, election, stimulus, France, UK

Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN's Jake Tapper that she will continue to negotiate rather than listen to calls from some moderate Democrats to set aside differences and take a stimulus deal now.

Louisiana must prepare for Zeta while still recovering from two hurricanes, governor says

Tropical Storm Zeta will impact Mexico Monday evening before setting its sights on the US Gulf Coast later in the week. CNN Meteorologist Chad Myers tells you when and where to expect Zeta.

Louisiana must prepare for Zeta while still recovering from two hurricanes, governor says

Tropical Storm Zeta is forecast to track into the Gulf of Mexico where it is expected to strengthen into a hurricane just days before the election. Meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the latest forecast.

5 things to know for October 26: Coronavirus, election, stimulus, France, UK

Grandmaster Jay is the head of the NFAC-- the Not F**king Around Coalition. Members of the Black paramilitary group attend protests heavily armed.

US Navy identifies crew killed in training aircraft crash in southern Alabama

The crew of a Navy T-6B Texan II was killed when the two-seat airplane crashed in a small town near Mobile, Alabama, according to the Navy. CNN affiliate WPMI has reports.

Heavily armed man charged with possessing child pornography researched Joe Biden, judge says

A heavily armed man arrested in North Carolina in May and indicted by a grand jury in September for possession of child pornography researched and traveled near the residence of former Vice President Joe Biden, according to information disclosed in a federal court filing.

Fauci says findings on a potential coronavirus vaccine are expected by early December but widespread availability will come later

Dr. Anthony Fauci discusses Joe Biden's proposal to mandate masks in order to combat the coronavirus.

Cars clog highways as families flee East Troublesome Fire in Colorado

Areas in and around Rocky Mountain National Park are going up in flames as the East Troublesome Fire and Cameron Peak Fire, the two largest in Colorado's history, are burning on two sides of the park.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

A panel of undecided voters speak to CNN's Gary Tuchman after the final 2020 presidential election debate between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

An elderly couple refused to leave the home they loved and were killed in the East Troublesome Fire

The East Troublesome Fire is continuing to devastate parts of northern Colorado, swallowing homes and businesses in its path. CNN affiliate KCNC reports.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden face off in the final presidential debate of the 2020 election season in Nashville.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

Two systems will bring snowfall to parts of Washington to Wisconsin, and cold temperatures as south as Texas and Oklahoma. CNN meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the weekend forecast.

Two Colorado churches win lawsuit against state's Covid-19 mask and crowd limit requirements

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden debate the handling of coronavirus during the final presidential debate of the 2020 election. Check out more CNN debate coverage here.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

Christiane speaks with Nigerian rapper Falz about the #EndSars protests gripping his country and the police brutality he is demonstrating against.

5 things to know for October 23: Debate, election, coronavirus, immigration, Poland

CNN's Brianna Keilar takes issue with former Gov. Chris Christie's new op-ed in The Wall Street Journal where Christie apologized for not wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic.

Six California firefighters lost their homes while battling the flames. Days later, a CNN Hero provided RVs for them to shelter them

Six volunteer firefighters from Berry Creek, CA, lost their homes while battling the flames. Within days, CNN Hero Woody Faircloth found RVs for them to call home, for now. This is nothing new for the founder of EmergencyRV.org.

A mom in Utah had a heart attack. The life-saving care she needed was in short supply because of Covid-19

A woman in Utah was turned away from hospitals while having a heart attack because the hospitals did not have bed space due to Covid-19. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly spoke to ABC's "Good Morning America" about his role in the raid that resulted in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Co-founder of Indivisible Leah Greenberg and founder of Fems for Dems Lori Goldman speak to Amanpour about the role of grassroots activism in the 2020 election.

The widow of a police officer who died of Covid-19 has a warning for undecided voters

Alice Roberts shares her thoughts on President Trump and reveals she has spoken with presidential candidate Joe Biden following the death of her husband from coronavirus.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Hurricane Epsilon has formed making it the 10th named Atlantic hurricane this season. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Lawyers have not been able to reach the parents of 545 children who had been separated from their families by US border officials between 2017 and 2018, according to a court filing.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Breonna Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, spoke to CBS' Gayle King about the night Taylor was shot and killed by police, and what justice would mean for him.

Breonna Taylor would be alive if police hadn't given her time to answer the door, officer involved in raid says

Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, a Louisville, Kentucky, police officer who was one of the officers involved in the March raid where Breonna Taylor was killed, told ABC News and the Courier Journal the shooting was 'not a race thing.'

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

CNN's Becky Anderson speaks with Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Gates Foundation, and IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva about the race for a coronavirus vaccine and how it could help the global financial recovery.

The New York plastic bag ban is finally being enforced in businesses across the state

All products and brands have been replaced with that of plastic bags in this bizarre and eye-opening exhibit

5 things to know for October 21: Coronavirus, election, economy, Nigeria, Google

Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) speaks to CNN about the impending deadline on a stimulus deal.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Yiwu, China, is giving out limited experimental Covid-19 vaccines to people with specific foreign travel needs. CNN's David Culver goes to the international manufacturing hub and talks to people who are eager to get the potential treatment.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

An October snow is moving towards the upper Midwest where over 6 million are under winter weather advisories. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the forecast.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Mail-in ballots in Pennsylvania -- a critical state for President Donald Trump's reelection chances -- will be counted if they are received within three days of Election Day even if they do not have a legible postmark, the Supreme Court ruled. CNN's Don Lemon speaks to Attorney General of Pennsylvania Josh Shapiro about the ruling.

5 things to know for October 20: Covid-19, economy, US election, Russia, Iraq

Joe Biden has put an emphasis on the middle class in his economic plan, pledging to repeal President Donald Trump's tax cuts for the wealthy. Trump's major economic achievement as president was the 2017 tax cut, and he often points to the stock market as an economic indicator.

A tearful reunion caught on video as a couple reunites after being separated over 200 days due to the pandemic

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Joseph and Eve Loreth were only allowed to see each other through a window for more than 200 days. The tearful moment they were reunited for the first time was caught on video.

This 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19

Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old from Frisco, Texas, has won the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge -- and a $25,000 prize -- for a discovery that could provide a potential therapy to Covid-19. CNN affiliate KTVT has more.

Teachers and social workers search for students who are 'missing' in the pandemic

Schools are seeing a drop in virtual attendance as the coronavirus pandemic continues to affect daily life in the US. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

Rescued hiker hit her head and became disoriented early in her trip to Zion National Park, daughter says

A hiker was rescued from Zion National Park in Utah after going missing for nearly two weeks, her family said.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

As over 60 large wildfires burn in the West, the region is looking for relief. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis is looking at a change that could help the firefighters.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

The Gaza Strip is one of the most densely-populated areas in the world. After more than a decade under blockade, the Covid-19 lockdown is adding isolation and despair to the area.

Shipping containers in Los Angeles becoming homes for the homeless

Southern California's homeless crisis, which had already reached critical levels, is now exploring solutions for the increase brought on by the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Paul Vercammen has more.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed optimism when she discussed stimulus talks on ABC's "This Week," but said if a deal is to be reached, both sides need to stick to a framework.

'Just cap her': Texts and video reveal details of the alleged domestic terror plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer

Chilling new videos of the suspects accused in a plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer appear to show training exercises being carried out. CNN's Sara Sidner has new details in the case.

5 things to know for October 19: Coronavirus, stimulus, election, Whitmer, France

CNN's John King speaks with New York Times reporter Jim Rutenberg about the upcoming legal fights over mail-in ballots and in-person voting brought by Democrats, Republicans and voting rights groups, and how those lawsuits could delay Election Day vote counts.

Crowds gather for Women's March to protest Trump and Supreme Court nominee

Demonstrators gathered in Washington, DC, for the second Women's March of the year. Attendees came together to protest President Donald Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court and urge women to vote in the upcoming election. CNN's Suzanne Malveaux reports.

Man arrested after a Seattle police SUV is set on fire with an officer inside

A man is in custody after he allegedly threw a flaming piece of wood into a Seattle police SUV while an officer was inside, authorities said. The officer was able to escape the vehicle and his injuries were described as minor.

Ice Cube sets the record straight on his plans with Trump in interview with Chris Cuomo

Rapper Ice Cube once said he would never endorse Donald Trump, now the rapper is causing a stir for working with the President on his plan for Black America. The rap legend joined CNN's Chris Cuomo to explain why he is collaborating with the Trump campaign on his Contract With Black America.

5 things to know for October 16: Town halls, Covid-19, economy, Mueller, Brexit

Rainfall hits New England and cooler temperatures impact the rest of the east. Meanwhile, droughts remain in the west. CNN meteorologist Derek Van Dam has the weekend forecast.

Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from cruise ship in Puerto Rico

Salvatore Anello was charged with negligent homicide in the death of his granddaughter, 18-month old Chloe Weigand. He spoke out for the first time in an interview with CBS.

5 things to know for October 16: Town halls, Covid-19, economy, Mueller, Brexit

For more than three years, federal prosecutors investigated whether money flowing through an Egyptian state-owned bank could have backed millions of dollars Donald Trump donated to his own campaign days before he won the 2016 election, multiple sources familiar with the investigation told CNN. CNN's Evan Perez reports.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

CNN's Erin Burnett discusses President Trump holding rallies with thousands of supports packed together with few masks despite the coronavirus pandemic and the herd immunity proposal Trump is touting.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

With less than three weeks until the presidential election, the Trump-Biden battle is intensifying in key states, including Pennsylvania. CNN's chief political correspondent Dana Bash reports.

Nearly 53,000 PG&E customers in California begin losing power over fire danger

Canadian air that brought hurricane force wind gusts to the Plains will drop temperatures close to 30o.. CNN Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri has the details.

5 things to know for October 15: Coronavirus, Election, Supreme Court, Banks, China

With voting already underway in states across the country, Democratic senators challenged Amy Coney Barrett on election issues during her Supreme Court confirmation hearing.

Prosecutors say Amy Cooper lied about a Black man assaulting her. American history has many other, more tragic examples

Video shows Amy Cooper, a White woman, call police on Christian Cooper, a Black man, after he asked her to put her dog on a leash in Central Park.

Sheriff spoke in defense of accused domestic terrorists

Following an alleged domestic terrorist plot to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, a local Michigan sheriff's defense of the accused terrorists points to the long and troubled ties between the local law enforcement and self-styled armed groups. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.

5 things to know for October 14: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, ICE and Russia

Drugmaker Eli Lilly said it is pausing its trial of a combination antibody treatment for coronavirus for safety reasons. President Donald Trump has highlighted Eli Lilly's treatment, calling their work "phenomenal."

5 things to know for October 14: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, ICE and Russia

Senators questioned Amy Coney Barrett about her views on controversial issues she could face on the Supreme Court, from abortion, to health care, and a potential election dispute.

Knock on the door late at night was a professor's Nobel co-winner notifying him of their win

When economist and Stanford professor Robert Wilson learned he and his colleague Paul Milgrom had won the Nobel Prize, he had to make sure Milgrom was awake so he could hear the good news.

Before racial slur, Pennsylvania's second lady was best known for her big heart

CNN's John Berman speaks to Pennsylvania's second lady, Gisele Barreto Fetterman, about allegedly being called a racial slur while grocery shopping.

5 things to know for October 13: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, Big Tech and Greece

The Sunbelt swelters with soaring temperatures spreading towards Texas. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis let's us know how long the heat will last.

5 things to know for October 13: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, Election 2020, Big Tech and Greece

With early voting beginning in some states, CNN's Pamela Brown reports on problems plaguing voters across the country from long wait times to unofficial mail-in ballot drop boxes that are under investigation.

Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he sloooowly backed away

Utah hiker Kyle Burgess captured this dramatic video of his dangerous encounter with a cougar.

This 60-year-old short-order cook is facing eviction as pandemic economy claims more victims

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to surge in the US, Dallas residents like Diane Lusk are struggling to find relief. CNN's Ed Lavandera reports.

A Black man who was led through Galveston, Texas, by police officers on horseback is suing the city for $1 million

Donald Neely is suing the city of Galveston, TX and its police department for $1 million after being arrested and led handcuffed down the street by two officers on horses. This bodycam video of the scene was later released.

Filmmakers unearth a long trail of racism in 'Driving While Black'

The filmmakers of the new PBS documentary, "Driving While Black," talk to CNN's Alisyn Camerota about the link they've found from enslavement to the death of Philando Castile.

A Texas teenager breaks two world records for longest legs

A 17-year-old named Maci Currin has set two Guinness World Records for having the longest legs.

5 things to know for October 9: Kidnapping plot, Covid-19, Trump, stimulus, Hong Kong

President Trump and Joe Biden won't be the first Presidential candidates to debate remotely. That distinction goes to Sen. John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon during the 1960 race.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

After President Trump made claims that some experts worry will lead to voter intimidation, the President's campaign released training material for poll watchers.

Schools are 2 months into reopening under Covid-19 and no one's officially keeping track of how it's going

Initial data from Brown University suggests the spread of coronavirus in schools may not be as rampant as feared. But not everyone is ready to go back to in-person learning. CNN's Bianna Golodryga reports.

Boat in Florida goes out of control after passengers fell overboard, deputies say

Three men reportedly doing a photo shoot on a boat in Florida somehow fell overboard, leaving the vessel unmanned and out of control before it hit two docks near the coastline.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

CNN's John King breaks down the latest Electoral College projections three weeks away from the 2020 election as Joe Biden holds a double-digit lead in national polling average.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

Remnants of Delta soak parts of the East Coast as potentially record setting heat settles in the Southwest. CNN Meteorologist Karen Maginnis has the forecast.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

CNN's John King breaks down the latest numbers of coronavirus cases which show an increase in many states in the US.

5 things to know for October 12: Coronavirus, Supreme Court, election 2020, protests, Nigeria

One person died and another was taken into custody after a shooting near dueling protests in Denver, police said.

Remains of woman found in 1981 identified as victim of serial killer Samuel Little

Samuel Little, 79, confessed to strangling 93 victims between 1970 and 2005 last year -- triple the number of victims that Ted Bundy confessed to killing. Now, the FBI is asking the public to help identify more victims of the man they say is America's most prolific serial killer. CNN's Dan Simon reports.

Two who served in the Marines are among those charged in plot to kidnap Michigan's governor

New details emerge about the men accused in in an alleged domestic terrorism plot to kidnap Michigan Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, including a history of anti-government views and calls for violence and bloodshed. CNN's Sara Sidner has the details.

3-year-old falls into scalding hot water at Yellowstone National Park, suffers second-degree burns

On average, six people die every week in the National Park system according to officials. The parks work hard and offer tips to keep hundreds of millions of yearly visitors safe.

Two who served in the Marines are among those charged in plot to kidnap Michigan's governor

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel tells Amanpour about the thwarted plot against Governor Whitmer and questions US Attorney General Barr's testimony on it.

10,000 mink are dead in Covid-19 outbreaks at US fur farms after virus believed spread by humans

A fur farm in Wisconsin had many mink test positive for Covid-19. A spokesman for the state's department of agriculture says animal deaths are "in the hundreds."

Filmmakers unearth a long trail of racism in 'Driving While Black'

Steeplechase Films/PBS: "Driving While Black: Race, Space and Mobility in America" premieres Tuesday, October 13 on PBS.

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Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 312969

Reported Deaths: 3637
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Dakota22015190
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Stearns13733116
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Scott846255
Wright775843
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Sherburne587641
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Lyon218711
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Steele19497
Isanti190617
Itasca190423
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Todd181214
Nicollet162525
Mille Lacs153631
Freeborn15336
Le Sueur147011
Cass143710
Brown141315
Waseca139211
Pine13658
Meeker12879
Roseau11964
Hubbard114925
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Cases: 227398

Reported Deaths: 2368
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Linn14352165
Scott1124986
Black Hawk10893135
Woodbury10372126
Johnson955336
Dubuque923291
Story678822
Dallas637257
Pottawattamie631970
Sioux370325
Webster358535
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Clinton331344
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Muscatine289268
Warren281914
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Jones232313
Jasper217944
Marion205320
Lee203917
Carroll198422
Bremer195212
Henry18307
Crawford174616
Benton170619
Tama154340
Jackson144613
Delaware144221
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Dickinson139210
Boone137011
Mahaska126827
Wright12456
Clay11784
Buchanan117010
Hardin115810
Page11374
Hamilton11199
Clayton11175
Cedar108413
Harrison107729
Kossuth10667
Calhoun10617
Floyd105016
Mills10487
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Lyon10338
Butler10216
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Iowa95812
Winnebago93023
Hancock8677
Grundy86311
Louisa86216
Sac8608
Chickasaw8574
Cherokee8484
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Cass81623
Mitchell7984
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Humboldt7715
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Shelby76511
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Franklin73921
Jefferson7142
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