A fisherman from Hawaii reeled in giant blue marlin weighing in at 1,368 pounds. CNN affiliate KITV reports.
A 4-month-old bear coat shar-pei puppy, Tonkey, is the latest pet to become famous on the Internet. CNN affiliate CBC News reports.
Zach Anderson is 19 and a typical teenager. He's into computers and wants to build a career around his love for electronics.
The circus had just entered its second act when the downpour started. The performers stopped their show and gave an ominous command -- "Run!"
The fractures in the ranks of the Taliban appear to be deepening after the announcement of the death of the Afghan militant group's longtime leader.
Two spectators were killed and several others injured when a circus tent collapsed during severe weather in Lancaster, New Hampshire, officials said.
ISIS remains "as strong as it was a year ago" when U.S. airstrikes against the group began, but it is no longer making rapid advances, according to an Obama administration official.
Chinese brokerages have stopped executing short sales after officials tightened trading rules in a new attempt to shore up the country's stock market.
The last surviving pilot of the RAF's legendary "Dambusters" bomber squadron has died in his native New Zealand at the age of 96.
The results are in -- the Princeton Review has released its annual ranking of 380 colleges. Setting aside other categories such as "Best Professors" or "Happiest Students," the hotly anticipated title of top party school in the nation went to the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
A procedural vote in the Senate on legislation that would have barred all federal funds for Planned Parenthood failed on Monday.
James Eagan Holmes did not start out in this world as a psycho killer. The evidence his lawyers presented in court last week showed he once was a cute, happy little boy from a doting family, a nice kid who was gentle with his dog and his baby sister.
What was once the gleaming pride and joy of the Soviet space program now lies covered in dirt and bird droppings in a disused hangar in Kazakhstan.
Ruben Espinosa was so afraid, friends and colleagues say, that he fled the state where he'd been working to seek refuge in his country's capital.