Social media creates ‘An unrealistic portrait of [people’s] lives,’ says author Jean Twenge; Wall Street Journal’s Jeff Horwitz says Facebook was ‘very aware’ its products could have harmful effects on users, but hasn’t done anything to fix it.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More WSJ: Facebook knows Instagram is toxic for teen girls
This week on “Pop Off,” CNN reporter Lisa Respers France tells you which celeb summer romances are heading into fall, chats with the stars of “The Morning Show” and debates the merits of Mariah Carey’s “Glitter.” Subscribe to Lisa’s “Pop Life Chronicles” newsletter here.
Read…View More Pop Off: Summer celeb romances that are heading into fall
Vaccine advisers to the US Food and Drug Administration declined to recommend the agency approve Covid-19 booster doses for everyone who got vaccinated six months ago or longer. CNN’s Don Lemon discusses the decision with medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More Why FDA advisers did not recommend booster shots for everyone
CNN’s Brian Stelter reports on members of right-wing media downplaying the planned rally in Washington, DC, and the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6th.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More Right-wing media downplays planned rally at Capitol
CNN’s Becky Anderson speaks with Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati, a billionaire who has already twice served as premier, who will lead a cabinet of ministers that will preside over an economic depression which the World Bank considers one of the world’s worst since the mid-19th century.View More CNN presses Lebanon’s PM on his plans to deal with country’s crisis
A 105,000-square-foot residence in Los Angeles was expected to come to market for $500 million, according to the developer. It now faces a court-ordered sale to pay debts. CNN affiliate KCBS/KCAL reports.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More This mega mansion comes with a spa, a nightclub… and a whole lot of debt
CNN’s John Avlon looks at studies on the spread and frequency of misinformation and how this relates to the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6, 2020.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More Avlon: The only thing insurrectionists are victims of is misinformation
The Delta variant is holding back the labor market, with restaurants and retail struggling to hiring workers. CNN’s Vanessa Yurkevich reports.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More For restaurants, the economic recovery is ‘moving in reverse’
CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta took on one of the hardest interviews, taking questions from children. He met with elementary students in Atlanta to answer their questions about Covid-19 and how to stay safe. They spoke outside in masks in compliance with school policy.
Read More…View More Dr. Gupta calms kid’s concerns about the Covid vaccine
CNN’s Cyril Vanier reports that French officials are “furious” after the US, UK and Australia announced a trilateral security arrangement focusing on the Indo-Pacific region. Under that agreement, the US will help Australia acquire nuclear-powered submarines, costing Paris a multi-billion dollar submarine deal.
Read More…View More Why France is furious about AUKUS pact between UK, US and Australia
Saudi Arabia is increasing its efforts to empower women in the technology industry, and at Tuwaiq Academy, women learn to code alongside men in this conservative kingdom.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More Women are coding the future in Saudi Arabia
With its concept of 10-minute grocery deliveries, Istanbul-based Getir could be the next big thing in the retail industry. Valued at $7.5 billion, the company is now breaking through key markets such as Italy, Spain and the US.
Read More | Source: CNN…View More Getir promises speedy deliveries
CNN’s Nick Valencia takes a closer look into a mother’s claim that her children’s school was assigning Black students to certain classes. The allegations have shaken up one Atlanta school community, with some parents insisting the principal would never group students based on race.
Read…View More Mother files complaint against school where she says students were segregated
Many South African women are dealing with health issues relating to stress, poor dietary habits and lack of exercise. In response, a fitness movement led by social media influencers and fitness coaches is sweeping through major cities, combining exercise and self-help, designed specifically for young women.
…View More South Africa’s “Fit-fluencer” revolution
New satellite images obtained by CNN reveal North Korea is expanding a key facility capable of enriching uranium for nuclear weapons, renovations that likely indicate the country plans to significantly ramp-up production at this once-dormant site in the near future, according to experts who analyzed the photos. CNN’s Alex Marquardt…View More Images show North Korea expanding facility used to make weapons-grade uranium