Jennifer Lawrence scolds a journalist for using his phone during her backstage press event at the Golden Globes.
More than a million people fled their home countries in 2015 in search of refuge, half of them escaping the war in Syria and the race is on to keep them alive -- and healthy.
Over the last few hours, I have started, scratched out and even abandoned the writing of this op-ed. I couldn't do it. It wasn't there. Didn't feel it.
Nikki Haley, the South Carolina governor whose response to last year's tragic shooting in Charleston made national headlines, will be back on the national stage Tuesday when she delivers the Republican response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
Winning the lottery doesn't guarantee smooth sailing for the rest of your life, in many cases it's quite the opposite. CNN Gary Tuchman reports.
A doctor faces up to two years in prison for beating a patient who later died, Russian investigators said Saturday.
Tensions continue to escalate in Germany as reports of mob sex assaults on New Year's Eve give way to attacks on foreigners and demands for refugees to leave.
Bill Cosby's lawyers moved Monday to get a judge to throw out the criminal charges against him in a sexual assault case brought by the district attorney in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Will there be an NFL team -- or two -- returning to the Los Angeles area next season? The answer may be coming very soon.
In the video for his mournful new song "Lazarus," David Bowie lies in what looks like a shabby hospital bed, bandages over his eyes, straining his frail body upward.
The storied elephants at Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus are set to retire by May, a year and a half ahead of what was expected.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says the United States should have a "serious national discussion about sexuality" -- not run away from it.
Attorneys for Bill Cosby have filed a motion in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, asking for the charges against the comedian to be dismissed.
More than half of the human traffickers known to federal law enforcement used work and fiancé visas to bring their victims into the U.S. in recent years, according to a Department of Homeland Security Inspector General report, highlighting a failure of data sharing between federal agencies.
One of nine California teachers suing to end compulsory union dues explains her stance, as the case goes before the Supreme Court.