There is overwhelming scientific evidence that humans are causing global warming. Nevertheless, a small proportion of the population continues to deny the science. This can be problematic when the small number denying climate science includes half of the U.S. Senate.
Pope Francis joined 65 mayors and local politicians from around the world Tuesday at a Vatican-sponsored conference on climate change and modern slavery.
Chris Christie is heading into the first Republican presidential debate of the election season in a position he likely never expected: near the bottom.
Sean D. Tucker is an aerobatic pilot -- one of the best in the world. It's hard to understand why he risks his life, until you get to know him.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is accusing The New York Times of "egregious" errors and the "apparent abandonment of standard journalistic practices."
July 31st, 2015 marks a rare blue moon. CNN's Jennifer Gray explains the phenomenon, and why it only happens once in a blue moon.
Archaeologists have unearthed monuments and hieroglyphic panels in nearly-perfect condition from Mayan ruins in Guatemala.
Did Tom Brady destroy his phone in a "Deflategate" cover-up? CNN's Jeanne Moos has all the "Shady Brady" jokes.
The trope used to be that Android was for nerds and iPhones were for technophobes.
Congratulations, people of Beijing! You've just won the 2022 Winter Olympics. Now, prepare to be disappointed: The costs will be higher and the benefits lower than you think.
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An Orthodox Jew who stabbed marchers at a Jerusalem gay pride parade 10 years ago launched another knife attack at the same type of parade Thursday, stabbing and wounding six people who were on the city's streets for the event, police said.
A Canadian pastor detained in North Korea made his first public appearance at a news conference in Pyongyang on Thursday, nearly six months after he was arrested in the country while on a humanitarian visit, according to Japan's Kyodo news agency.