Congress is on pace to have its least productive year in modern history, earning a "do-nothing" label and adding another unwanted statistic to a body already facing chronically low approval ratings.
A report from "The Guardian' suggests that the NSA and other agencies have infiltrated online gaming to track terrorists.
Josh McCown led a flawless Bears offense to a 45-28 rout of the Cowboys on a cold night in Chicago.
The final score may not really reflect it, but Josh McCown and the Bears dominated the Cowboys in a 45-28 home win.
On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior editor Mark Godich and senior writer Andy Staples discuss the Rose Bowl match-up between #5 Stanford and #4 Michigan State and the Fiesta Bowl match-up between #15 Central Florida and #6 Baylor.
Laws prohibit discrimination against the almost half a million people living with HIV/AIDS in China but real-life experiences of activists and sufferers suggest inconsistency in official policy.
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner will be sentenced Monday for kissing or grabbing three women at campaign events or City Hall, once with enough force to qualify as a felony.
CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on the security challenges of sending four U.S. presidents to Nelson Mandela's funeral.
Congress will be at work this week trying to avoid another government shutdown. Terry Holt and Kiki McLean discuss.
For Washington, Christmas could come early. Or it could not come at all. Lawmakers must come up with a plan to fund the government by Friday.
Capt. Francesco Schettino abandoned the cruise liner Costa Concordia after it wrecked in 2012 while hundreds were still on board, according to testimony and recorded phone calls played in a court in Grosetto, Italy, on Monday.
As you celebrate the holiday season, make time to see Alexander Payne's brilliant new film, "Nebraska." The movie is a riveting story, filmed in black and white, about an elderly man named Woody Grant (played by Bruce Dern) who takes a road trip with his youngest son, David (played by Will Forte).
The managerial Mount Rushmore elected to the Hall of Fame on Monday may never be matched.
CNN anchors explain why Ron Burgundy is the most legendary news anchor ever. See "Anchorman 2" in theaters December 18th.
The Treasury Department has sold its final stake in General Motors, closing the book on its 2009 bailout of the auto industry. GM has been revived and is now profitable, but taxpayers are out more than $10 billion dollars.
Several Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies have been arrested as part of an FBI investigation into alleged misconduct at county jails, a law enforcement source close to the investigation said Monday.