First he defined the "Art of the Deal." Now he seems determined to redefine the art of politics. But no one has ever won the presidency playing the game like Donald Trump.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton strengthened her support for President Barack Obama's proposed nuclear deal with Iran on Monday, saying that "all bets are off" if the deal is struck down.
A 48-hour truce began early Wednesday between pro-government forces and rebel groups in three Syrian towns, Hezbollah-run Al-Manar television reported.
A heavily armed militia-style group called the "Oath Keepers" patrolled Ferguson during protests this week. Briana Keilar talks with a member of the group.
An uncle rescued his 11-month-old niece from a car after it fell 100 feet off a cliff in Alabama. CNN affiliate WHNT reports.
Just three weeks after completing its acquisition of DirecTV, AT&T is rolling out ads to market its new packages of wireless phone and satellite television service.
In 1989, a rapid decline in the African elephant population spurred the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Species to institute a worldwide ban on the trade of ivory. The ban has only done so much, and between 30,000 to 50,000 elephants are killed per year, according to wildlife charity Born Free.
Does melting snow on the roof of buildings signify a major increase in North Korea's uranium enrichment activities?
A Mississippi couple faces terrorism charges after Feds say the pair planned to join ISIS. CNN's Pamela Brown reports.
Kim Jong Un might be enriching uranium for nuclear bombs and planting landmines in South Korea. CNN's Brian Todd reports.