The mother of one of the "distressed babies" publicly called out by AOL's Tim Armstrong last week criticized the CEO's comments as a violation of her family's privacy.
The shooting death of a music teacher last week has investigators asking whether the crime is connected to two other unsolved killings in Alexandria, Virginia.
An anti-drone activist and journalist from Pakistan is missing after being abducted from his home, his lawyer said Monday.
Bitcoin prices plunged again Monday morning after Mt.Gox, the major exchange for the virtual currency, said technical problems require it to continue its temporary ban on many customer withdrawals.
The giraffe was shot while munching rye bread. The zoo said it was to avoid inbreeding. Marius was dismembered and fed to lions in front of an audience.
Michael Sam's agent tells Brooke Baldwin he doesn't think coming out as gay will hurt his NFL draft chances.
CNN's Ted Rowlands goes behind the scenes to find out how an Oscar trophy gets ready for its big night.
Nancy Motes, the half-sister of actress Julia Roberts, was found dead in a Los Angeles home Sunday, the coroner's spokesman said.
Vice President Joe Biden doesn't typically leave much off the table. But, in a wide-ranging interview with Kate Bolduan on CNN's "New Day," he had more to say than we've heard yet on everything from immigration and midterm elections to the most popular question of any political interview these days -- plans for 2016. Here's what we learned from the interview:
Recently released papers show insight into the private history of the Clintons, including feelings about Monica Lewinsky.
An explosion ripped through a ball-bearing factory in southern New Hampshire on Monday, leaving eight to 10 people hurt, a city official said.