Robert Downey Jr. is making headlines for walking out of an interview with a British journalist who dared to veer away from the superhero movie Downey was there to promote.
When you savor a lick of your favorite ice cream or swipe a carrot through a tasty dip, you don't expect to be putting your life in the line.
Georgia Southern University was in mourning Thursday after five nursing students were killed the day before in a multivehicle wreck near Savannah, according to the school's website.
About a dozen Native American actors have walked off the set of an Adam Sandler movie comedy, saying the satirical Western's script is insulting to Native Americans and women, according to a report.
YouTube fitness star Cassey Ho responded to negative comments about her looks in a video that has gone viral.
In the 1993 movie "True Romance," then 30-year-old actor Brad Pitt leaves an enduring impression as a cannabis user who can't seem to get off the couch. But if you look around today, Pitt's stoned obliviousness is more suitable for 1990s Hollywood than 2015 America.
London's Metropolitan Police have released photos showing exactly how thieves broke into a London Hatton Garden Safe Deposit. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.
While they aren't the only ones who suffer, Christians have found themselves targeted by terror groups like ISIS and Al-Shabaab because of their religion.
Italian authorities said they had launched a "vast anti-terrorism operation" Friday, going after suspects associated with al Qaeda who had discussed a range of targets, including the Vatican.
If you were mourning the loss of a loved one in China, at least the entertainment might have cheered you up. Until now.
A year after ISIS became a household name in America, using brutality and savvy propaganda to challenge al Qaeda and its affiliates for jihadist adherents, U.S. prosecutions of would-be recruits have exploded.
CNN's Manesh Shrestha reports from Nepal where a powerful 7.9 magnitude earthquake has hit causing damage.
Columnist C.K. Lal shares an eyewitness account from Nepal following a massive earthquake that hit in the region.
Here's some advice: If you've crossed Barack Obama in the last year, you might want to stay home on Saturday night.