The search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 moved 680 miles to the northeast based on an analysis of radar data.
While President Obama has promoted rights for gays and lesbians worldwide, that's little comfort to a gay former Saudi diplomat.
Russia on Friday dismissed a U.N. General Assembly resolution that branded Crimea's secession referendum invalid, saying it was "counterproductive."
Stock markets looked as if they had found some inspiration before the open on Friday, a positive sign for investors as the end of the first quarter draws near.
During a town hall event, Gov. Chris Christie got into a heated exchange with an audience member over health care.
Officials say they will exhaust all options trying to find people alive in the devastation but they fear the death toll of 17 will go up sharply soon.
A mystery surrounding the disappearance of a Washington girl intensified on Thursday as police searched a local park as part of an investigation centered on a man who may be with her and is now wanted for his wife's murder.
I used to fill up on stuff, not really knowing what I was eating but just going through the motions until I got my "fix." Most of the time I was left with guilt, gas and a growing stomach to accompany my gluttony.
L'Wren Scott left her entire estate to her longtime lover, Mick Jagger, according to the late fashion designer's will.
Nina Osegueda was 19 and 180 pounds when her boyfriend said the thing no one is supposed to say: "You'd look better if you lost weight."
When Betsy Burton first started talking about the importance of buying local, no one really seemed to care.
When Rosario Dawson screened her new movie at the White House, her mom had some words for the President.
A boy with fragile bones wants to get part of his leg amputated so he can be more active. CNN affiliate KGO reports.
It was confirmation of her worst fears: The lump Audrey Guth found on her breast turned out to be cancer.
The equal pay fight has consumed the Texas gubernatorial race for a better part of a month now, injecting Wendy Davis' campaign with fresh energy and a much-needed dose of optimism. For the first time in the race, Davis is playing offense on a policy issue.