Horse-race coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign took on a new dimension Friday when Sen. Marco Rubio laid down the gauntlet that he could beat any other candidate in a foot race.
Students at Savannah State University in Georgia were mourning Friday after a student was shot to death in the school's student union building.
In a narrow victory for the government, a federal appeals Friday threw out a lower court decision that held the NSA surveillance program was likely illegal.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro defended former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday morning on her use of private email -- as he also deflected chatter about him as a potential running mate to her presidential campaign.
Opening of the MAKS 2015 International Aviation and Space Show, in Zhukovsky, outside Moscow, on August 25, 2015.
An Air Force jet caught fire on takeoff last April, causing $62 million in damage. The investigation blamed a loose nut. CNN's Thom Patterson reports.
Prosecutors in North Carolina will not seek a retrial in the case of a police officer who was charged in the shooting death of an unarmed man, according to a letter from the state attorney general's office.
A man stands ashore and supervises two crew members working on a cruise ship's hull. Passengers get ready to board a ship after it has docked. A waiter serves a woman a teacup in one of the restaurants on the ship.
Shirley Baker photographed an England that no longer exists. An exhibition of her photographs from the 1960s and '70s, "Women and Children; and Loitering Men," is on display at The Photographers' Gallery in London from July 17 through September 20.
A green energy company claims to have built a battery that fits inside an iPhone 6 and gives the phone a week's worth of power.