Transgender people are still fighting for access to crucial health services despite the Affordable Care Act's requirement of providing care.
The growth of two key federal social service programs shows that government can work, despite criticism from the right
Extreme fear is back in the stock market, according to CNNMoney's Fear & Greed Index.
The New York Times on Friday afternoon issued a correction to a high-profile story that suggested Hillary Clinton was the focus of a federal criminal investigation surrounding her use of private email -- potentially including classified information -- while leading the State Department.
ISIS' existence is the result of international inaction against the Bahsar al-Assad regime, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu told CNN's Christiane Amanpour on Monday.
Like many young people, Bobbi Kristina Brown lived her life for the world to see on social media. Now, it's where she is being memorialized in death.
Mining stocks are in a hole right now.
The New York Times is defending one of its most talked about stories in recent years against allegations from a former Times reporter that the expose was exaggerated.
Following Thursday's tragedy in a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana -- in which a gunman killed two people and wounded nine others -- America is once again searching for answers to how such a massacre could have been prevented. At this point we can hardly go a week without a high-profile mass shooting in this country, and the slaughter in Charleston and Chattanooga is still fresh in our minds.
Just hours into a five-day humanitarian ceasefire, dueling sides of the Yemeni conflict are accusing each other of breaching the peace deal.
Former Indian president APJ Abdul Kalam, who was pivotal in the country's nuclear weapons program, died Monday in northeastern India, his aide H. Sheridan told CNN.
Talk about long odds -- A 50 cent bet netted a New Jersey gambler nearly half a million bucks on Saturday in Saratoga.
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There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the United States every year. A small fraction of these illnesses lead to hospitalization and death, but the vast majority usually just lead to a wretched day on the toilet.