After more than a year adrift in the Pacific Ocean, and after eight years away from his hometown, Jose Salvador Alvarenga is home.
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A ventilator kept Robyn Benson breathing for six weeks so the baby growing inside her could survive. The brain-dead woman died Sunday, a day after doctors delivered her son.
A 3-year-old girl in Afghanistan has been diagnosed with the first case of polio in the country's capital in 13 years, the Afghan Health Ministry said.
Pulsating light bursts into the cockpit of a plane thousands of feet in the air filling it with seething brightness and blinding pilot and copilot.
Toyota is recalling 2.1 million of its Prius, RAV4, Tacoma and Lexus vehicles globally because of a software problem that could cause cars to stop suddenly.
The San Antonio Police Department is looking for a reckless driver who posted a video to their Facebook page.
A snow and ice storm hits millions in Georgia and the Carolinas, paralyzing travel. CNN's Carol Costello reports.
Ken Fager now calls himself an "urban explorer," but years ago he was just a study-abroad student who missed his train in Butzbach, Germany, and decided to spend the next few hours walking through an abandoned factory by the station.
Journalist & Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein weighs in on newly uncovered documents from the Lewinsky scandal.
Hillary Clinton's tenure at the State Department was 'a mixed bag,' says authors Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes.
See some top viral moments from Sochi, including this Molson Canada beer machine that scans your passport for a brew.
The coming hours will tell the story across the Southeast. But no one knows yet if the long-anticipated winter storm will live up to the hype.
CNN's Drew Griffin investigates nearly $50 million worth of medicines that, on paper, were donated to Guatemala.
Scientists are to sequence the entire genome of Richard III -- the King found buried beneath an English car parking lot -- in an attempt to discover once and for all what the long-missing monarch really looked like.
An American skier and skater go for their place in U.S. Olympic lore, the men take the ice for the opening games of hockey, and Kelly Clark tries to bring back another halfpipe gold.