Know cancer symptoms and when to get checked

CNN  —  It’s World Cancer Day, and the outlook for winning the war against this deadly disease is both good and bad. In the United States, deaths from cancer have dropped 33% since 1991, with an estimated 3.8 million lives saved, mostly due to advances in early detection and treatment. Still, 10 million people worldwide … Read more

Mason Greenwood: Crown Prosecution Service drops attempted rape charges against Manchester United forward

CNN  —  Charges of attempted rape and assault against Manchester United footballer Mason Greenwood were dropped on Thursday due to the withdrawal of key witnesses, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) announced. A charge of controlling and coercive behavior was also dropped, according to the CPS. A spokesperson in the CPS statement said, “In this case … Read more

Andrew Tate loses appeal against detention in Romania

CNN  —  Andrew Tate, the controversial former kickboxer turned social media influencer, and his brother Tristan have lost their appeal and will remain in detention in Romania on allegations of human trafficking and rape, CNN affiliate Antena 3 reported Wednesday. The brothers will remain in the custody of Bucharest Police until February 27, Antena 3 … Read more

Minnesota governor signs bill codifying ‘fundamental right’ to abortion into law

CNN  —  Minnesota’s Democratic Gov. Tim Walz signed a bill into law Tuesday that enshrines the “fundamental right” to access abortion in the state. Abortion is already legal in Minnesota, but in the aftermath of the US Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, the Protect Reproductive Options Act goes a step further by outlining that … Read more

Developments in Trump documents probe foretell a 2024 campaign clouded by legal tangles

CNN  —  There’s never been a presidential campaign like it. Donald Trump is taking every step of his bid for a third consecutive Republican nomination amid a darkening storm of legal uncertainty. The twice-impeached former president, who tried to steal an election and is accused of fomenting an insurrection, launched his first two-state campaign swing … Read more

David Pecker: Ex-publisher of National Enquirer set to meet with prosecutors investigating Trump

CNN  —  David Pecker, the former head of the company that publishes the National Enquirer, is expected to meet with Manhattan prosecutors investigating former President Donald Trump, people familiar with the matter said, indicating the probe is escalating. Pecker’s meeting is scheduled for this week, sources tell CNN. He was involved in an effort to … Read more

Is Prince Andrew planning to revisit his US sex abuse case?

Editor’s Note: A version of this story appeared in the January 27 edition of CNN’s Royal News, a weekly dispatch bringing you the inside track on Britain’s royal family. Sign up here. London CNN  —  You might get a sense of deja vu with this edition of Royal News. Long-time readers will probably recall the … Read more

Ghislaine Maxwell claims Prince Andrew photo with Virginia Giuffre is ‘fake’

CNN  —  Convicted child sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell has said a decades-old photograph of Prince Andrew with his sexual abuse accuser Virginia Giuffre is “fake,” in a series of interviews from prison. The disgraced British socialite is currently serving a 20-year sentence in US federal prison for carrying out a years-long scheme with her longtime … Read more

Former New York gynecologist Robert Hadden convicted of federal sex abuse charges, prosecutors say

CNN  —  A former Columbia University gynecologist accused by the wife of former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang and others of sexual assault has been convicted of federal sexual abuse charges, prosecutors say. Robert Hadden, 64, was convicted of four counts of enticing and inducing individuals to travel interstate to engage in illegal sexual activity, … Read more

Justice Department to monitor new anti-abortion bills in state legislatures

CNN  —  Upcoming state-level pushes to further restrict abortion access will be on the radar of the US Justice Department, top DOJ officials said Monday as they touted the work the Biden administration has sought to do to shore up abortion access in the wake of the Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade reversal last year. … Read more