A homeless man walked into a liquor store after being given $100 during the holidays. What he did next will surprise you.
Professional football player Michael Sam says other gay NFL players contacted him after he revealed he was gay.
RadioShack has made it through its 94th Christmas. But its chances of surviving another year are very much in doubt.
Alibaba was the cream of a bumper crop of initial public offerings in 2014.
Even at some of the fanciest parties this New Year's Eve, the bottles of bubbly that will be popped open won't be classic French Champagne but its sparkling Italian cousin, Prosecco, instead.
Thanks to Netflix, many parents will be ringing in 2015 a few hours early.
A California Highway Patrol officer found a stolen classic 1967 Ford Mustang and returned it to its owner after 28 years.
A Malaysia-based airliner vanishes over the waters of a Southeast Asia ocean. There's no distress call, no wreckage, nothing but water and questions.
The Obama administration hopes to transfer dozens of detainees from Guantanamo Bay. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Authorities say someone has stolen baby Jesus from a nativity scene and replaced it with a real pig's head.
A woman was found guilty of euthanizing her neighbor's dog, and now could face a maximum 10-year jail sentence.
As Brian Todd reports, many cybersecurity analysts doubt U.S. claims that North Korea was behind a cyber attack on Sony.
On our final 2014 trip around the "Inside Politics" table, our reporters shared insights on a key midterm year moment -- or a key marker to look for in 2015. Some of the nuggets were a bit of both:
See the moment a woman and her two little kids were pulled from a burning ferry off the coast of Greece.