Speaking off the cuff is always a bit of a tightrope act for the occupant of the nation's highest office, and even more so when it's in front of a room of reporters.
Ger Jansen is puzzling about how to fit a windshield. His problem is not installing it in a car, but hanging the glass in thin air and keeping it hovering for a prolonged display.
Jim Acosta asks Josh Earnest if President Obama regrets saying there is currently no plan for dealing with ISIS in Syria.
CNN's Will Ripley travels to North Korea, visiting an international wrestling festival and a slide-filled water park, said to be a pet project of secretive young leader Kim Jong Un.
In her upcoming book, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand describes some inappropriate comments she received from a male colleague.
The West African country of Senegal has confirmed its first Ebola case one week after closing its borders with Guinea over fears that the deadly outbreak could spread, the Senegalese Press Agency reported Friday.
CNN's Atika Shubert speaks exclusively to two jihadis about the global reaction to the killing of James Foley.
Children are being indoctrinated into ISIS's barbaric system of justice, according to one young boy who witnessed atrocities at a camp for kids in Syria.
John Walker, a former U.S. Navy officer convicted of spying decades ago for the Soviet Union, has died in federal prison, according to the U.S. government.
A homeless man who attended the MTV Video Music Awards with Miley Cyrus has turned himself in to police, authorities said.
The cost of rebuilding in Gaza after seven weeks of shelling and bombardment is expected to total between $4 billion and $6 billion.
Russian forces are now fighting inside Ukraine. Anderson looks into how the U.S. and other countries might respond.
Grilling a turkey burger that tastes every bit as meaty, tender and juicy as the beef kind is a tall order -- until now.
Several residents in Topeka, Kansas, noticed a man walking the streets naked. CNN affiliate WIBW reports.