Today's 'Blue Monday' depression peak isn't real, but seasonal blues are. Here's what to do about them

Today's 'Blue Monday' depression peak isn't real, but seasonal blues are. Here's what to do about them

"Mental health is the biggest health challenge of our generation," he added. "Trivialising it is completely unacceptable."

46 mins ago
Police: 2 dead, 15 reportedly injured in Missouri shooting

Police: 2 dead, 15 reportedly injured in Missouri shooting

Police say the shooting took place just before midnight, when someone opened fire on a line of people waiting outside.

1 hr 2 mins ago
US VP Pence honors Martin Luther King Jr. at church service

US VP Pence honors Martin Luther King Jr. at church service

Pence acknowledged the nation's deep divide and says Americans must rededicate themselves to the ideals that King advanced.

1 hr 48 mins ago
Virginia's capital braces for gun-rights rally

Virginia's capital braces for gun-rights rally

Gov. Ralph Northam declared a temporary state of emergency days ahead of Monday’s rally, banning all weapons including guns from Capitol Square, where the event was set to be held.

2 hrs 17 mins ago
Shooting kills 2 officers before Hawaii homes catch fire

Shooting kills 2 officers before Hawaii homes catch fire

Honolulu Police Chief Susan Ballard said Sunday that police found a woman who had been stabbed in the leg and resident Jaroslav “Jerry” Hanel opened fire, killing Officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama.

2 hrs 20 mins ago
Governor: 2 police officers die after Hawaii shooting

Governor: 2 police officers die after Hawaii shooting

HONOLULU (AP) — A man shot and killed two police officers Sunday as they responded to a home in a leafy neighborhood beneath the rim of a famed volcanic crater near Waikiki Beach, authorities said. The officers were responding to an address where the homeowner, Lois Cain, had recently sought to have a man evicted, court records showed. A neighbor told The Associated Press she saw Cain being loaded into an ambulance with knife wounds.

11 hrs 55 mins ago
US troops were injured in Iran missile attack despite Pentagon initially saying there were no casualties

US troops were injured in Iran missile attack despite Pentagon initially saying there were no casualties

A US military official told CNN that 11 service members had been injured in the attack, which was launched in retaliation for the US airstrikes that had killed Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani the previous week.

January 17th, 3:25 AM EST
Confident consumers lift US retail sales in December

Confident consumers lift US retail sales in December

Excluding sales at car dealers and gas stations, sales rose 0.5%, the best in five months.

January 16th, 8:41 AM EST
Exclusive: Warren accused Sanders in tense post-debate exchange of calling her a 'liar' on national TV

Exclusive: Warren accused Sanders in tense post-debate exchange of calling her a 'liar' on national TV

Sanders responded that it was Warren who called him a liar and said they should not talk about it right then.

January 16th, 8:30 AM EST
It's OK to eat romaine lettuce again as officials declare E. coli outbreak over

It's OK to eat romaine lettuce again as officials declare E. coli outbreak over

The FDA said its investigation into the source of the outbreak is continuing, and it plans to conduct another "in-depth, root-cause investigation" to explain how contamination occurred.

January 16th, 8:21 AM EST
US military resumes counter-Islamic State operations in Iraq

US military resumes counter-Islamic State operations in Iraq

U.S. officials say the U.S. military is resuming operations against Islamic State militants in Iraq and is working to soon restart training Iraqi forces, despite deep divisions over the American drone strike that killed an senior Iranian commander in Baghdad and the resulting missile attack by Iran on an Iraqi base.

January 16th, 1:06 AM EST
Avenatti arrested for new alleged crimes while on bail

Avenatti arrested for new alleged crimes while on bail

Federal prosecutors say attorney Michael Avenatti was arrested for violating conditions of his bail by committing multiple state and federal crimes while awaiting trial. 

January 15th, 11:36 AM EST
Survey: Pay for private university presidents climbs 10.5%

Survey: Pay for private university presidents climbs 10.5%

A new survey finds that the average pay for America's private university presidents grew by 10.5% in 2017, with dozens receiving more than $1 million and three topping the $5 million mark.

January 15th, 8:46 AM EST
A plane dumped jet fuel over Los Angeles. 60 people on the ground were affected

A plane dumped jet fuel over Los Angeles. 60 people on the ground were affected

Sixty people were affected after a plane dumped jet fuel while returning to the Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday, hitting five elementary schools and one high school.

January 14th, 10:52 PM EST
Microsoft is killing off support for Windows 7, which is used on a third of PCs globally

Microsoft is killing off support for Windows 7, which is used on a third of PCs globally

By Jordan Valinsky, CNN Business It's the end of the line for Windows 7.

January 13th, 3:51 PM EST
Booker ends presidential bid after polling, money struggles

Booker ends presidential bid after polling, money struggles

Democrat Cory Booker has dropped out of the presidential race after failing to qualify for the December primary debate. 

January 13th, 11:07 AM EST
Iran admits to shooting down Ukrainian passenger plane unintentionally

Iran admits to shooting down Ukrainian passenger plane unintentionally

By Eliza Mackintosh, Joshua Berlinger, Angela Dewan, Madeline Holcombe and Artemis Moshtaghian, CNN Iran unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian plane that crashed near Tehran this week, killing 176 people, the...

January 11th, 12:20 AM EST
Video in apparent Epstein suicide attempt is lost, US says

Video in apparent Epstein suicide attempt is lost, US says

Federal prosecutors say jailhouse video no longer exists of the area around Jeffrey Epstein's jail cell on a day he apparently tried to kill himself.

January 10th, 11:16 AM EST
Taco Bell giving workers raises, new benefits

Taco Bell giving workers raises, new benefits

CNN -- Taco Bell is starting 2020 with some new perks for workers. For the first time ever, employees will be eligible for paid sick time. Workers at corporate owned locations will be eligible for 24 hours of paid sick time a year. And managers at some restaurants will start pulling in six figure salaries. That's a big boost because most supervisors in that role made between 50 and 80 thousand previously. 

January 10th, 12:11 AM EST
Amazon employees fired,'abused access to Ring' video

Amazon employees fired,'abused access to Ring' video

Washington, D.C. (AP) -- Amazon says it has fired multiple workers at its ring security camera business, after they were caught abusing access to surveillance video. Amazon announced the firings in a letter responding to questions from U.S. Senators. The company said over the past four years, ring received four inquiries about a team member accessing ring video data.

January 9th, 11:46 PM EST
Selective Service System website crashes amid questions and fears of another US military draft
Selective Service System website crashes amid questions and fears of another US military draft

"Due to the spread of misinformation, our website is experiencing high traffic volumes at this time," the Selective Service tweeted. "If you are attempting to register or verify registration, please check back later today as we are working to resolve this issue. We appreciate your patience."

Iran says powerful general killed in US airstrike in Iraq
Iran says powerful general killed in US airstrike in Iraq

An airstrike killed Gen. Qassem Soleimani, head of Iran’s elite Quds Force and architect of its regional security apparatus, at Baghdad’s international airport Friday, Iranian state television and three Iraqi officials said, an attack that's expected to draw severe Iranian retaliation against Israel and American interests.

Smokers, do not apply: U-Haul won't hire some nicotine users
Smokers, do not apply: U-Haul won't hire some nicotine users

U-Haul has a New Year's resolution: Cut down on hiring people who smoke. 

Illinois sees first legal sales of recreational marijuana
Illinois sees first legal sales of recreational marijuana

The sale of marijuana for recreational purposes is now legal in Illinois.

Global air crash deaths fall by more than half in 2019
Global air crash deaths fall by more than half in 2019

There was just one fatal accident for every 5.58 million takeoffs.