CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the most anticipated and 'watery' wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin.
A transit advertisement depicting deceased American journalist James Foley has been pulled following a request from his family.
Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher likely had a devastating brain disease when he shot and killed his girlfriend and then himself two years ago, a doctor says in a new report.
A man and woman in Australia got extremely close to a mother whale and her calf. Seven Network reports.
The Justice Department plans to expand a ban on ethnic and religious profiling in federal investigations, ending an exemption for national security investigations, sources tell CNN.
The man who jumped the White House fence earlier this month and breached the mansion's doors actually made it farther than originally thought, Rep. Jason Chaffetz confirmed Monday to CNN.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blasted Democrat Mary Burke on Monday, saying the Wisconsin gubernatorial hopeful can't be trusted after her campaign hired a political consultant who appeared to plagiarize parts of her job plan from other candidates.
At age 59, Denzel Washington may have something new: a franchise. "The Equalizer" topped weekend box office, may spawn sequel.
Ford Motor Company put a price tag on its latest recall: $500 million.
Just days after suggesting lawmakers might not debate U.S. military involvement in Syria until next year, House Speaker John Boehner said he'd agree to call Congress back into session to vote if President Barack Obama sends up a resolution asking for the authority.
The FAA is not saying when it expects normal air service to return to Chicago O'Hare International and Midway airports.
In an interview with "60 Minutes," Obama admitted the U.S. "underestimated what had been taking place in Syria" that allowed the country to become "ground zero for jihadists around the world."
ISIS, a top intelligence official said more than a year ago, has "ruthlessly grown in effectiveness."
A new CNN/ORC International survey indicates that half of Americans considers themselves doves, while slightly less describe themselves as hawks.