Reports say several illegal immigrants may work at presidential candidate Donald Trump's luxury hotel construction site. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
An F-16 Air Force jet and a small Cessna airplane collided Tuesday over South Carolina, an FAA spokesman said.
In an interview with CNN's Brianna Keilar, Hillary Clinton discussed her disappointment with how the GOP candidates are approaching the immigration issue.
CNN's Alexandra Field looks at the history of Bill Cosby's wife, Camille, who is standing by his side after more than 25 women have accused him of raping or assaulting them.
Duane Schrock received a Father's Day card in the mail 26 years after his son passed away. CNN affiliate WSET has more.
A 6-foot tall granite monument of the Ten Commandments will remain on statehouse grounds while Oklahoma appeals a state Supreme Court decision ordering it taken down.
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Recent market swings are enough to give anyone indigestion.
The gun used in a San Francisco killing belonged to a federal agent. South Carolina's Confederate flag debate moves to the House. And Subway ditches its pitchman.
More than half of all listed Chinese companies have suspended their own shares as Beijing struggles to contain a massive stock rout.
Investigators converged on a home in Indiana owned by longtime Subway spokesman Jared Fogle on Tuesday in a probe that authorities have declined to discuss publicly.
A United Airlines flight from Honolulu to San Francisco safely made an emergency landing after one of the plane's engines started sparking. CNN affiliate KPIX reports.
Video shows Florida State University quarterback De'Andre Jonhson punching a woman at a bar. CNN's Coy Wire has more.
Former athletes on the woman's basketball team say tough coaching turned to bullying. CNN's Sara Ganim investigates.
Heroin use in the United States is rising among all age, race, income and ethnic groups, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Tuesday.
It made for a bizarre bonfire: thousands of pounds of ivory and hundreds of pounds of rhino horn doused with fuel and set alight Monday in the center of Maputo, the capital city of Mozambique.