"Since I was a child my family has made an almost weekly trip to have lunch in Skaneateles," says Rachel Dickinson, based in the nearby New York State town of Ithaca and author of Falconer on the Edge.
There may be plenty of idiots on the road, but is putting them in the skies taking it, quite literally, to the next dimension?
As the mass protests extended into the seventh day, the stalemate between pro-democracy demonstrators and the Hong Kong government appears no closer to a resolution.
About 10 people are at "higher risk" of catching Ebola after coming into contact with a Liberian man hospitalized in Dallas, health officials said.
Peter Kassig first went to the Middle East as a U.S. soldier then returned to the region as a medic to help victims of war. Now he's held by terrorists, who have threatened that they will kill him next.
Last week Apple announced that it is closing a serious security vulnerability in the iPhone. It used to be that the phone's encryption only protected a small amount of the data, and Apple had the ability to bypass security on the rest of it.
A fire erupted Friday in buildings that are part of a Shanksville, Pennsylvania, memorial to United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed on September 11, 2001, officials said.
A defector claims Kim Jong Un is not in charge, that a shadowy group is pulling the strings. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
CNN's Becky Anderson spends a day on board the USS George HW Bush currently engaged in the global coalition against ISIS militants.
From the Cuban missile crisis to Iran's threats, USS Enterprise finally comes home for good. Chris Lawrence reports.
Senior administration officials hold a briefing on the U.S. government response to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
Australia became the latest nation to join the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS on Friday, as its Cabinet authorized airstrikes by Australian military jets in Iraq and the use of its special forces.