At least four people, including two police officers, were killed when a car exploded outside a police station in the Nairobi suburb of Pangani, Kenya's Ministry of Interior said Wednesday on its Twitter account.
"Game of Thrones" has never strictly followed the book series it's based on, but that fan frustration turned disturbing on Sunday's episode.
News reports indicate that North Korea may be preparing for a nuclear test, potentially scheduled to coincide with President Obama's visit to South Korea this week.
Every day in sub-Saharan Africa 700 children are infected with HIV, mostly through their mothers. The charitable organization Born Free is partnering with top clothing designers to help end the epidemic by 2015.
South Sudanese rebels seized a strategic oil town last week, separating terrified residents by ethnicity before killing hundreds, the United Nations said.
It has critics howling and proponents applauding. The wide-ranging law allows concealed guns in some bars, churches, school zones, government buildings and certain parts of airports.
Good people, not to mention good tippers, do exist. Christina Summitt knows that for sure now after what happened Saturday night.
Chris Brown's assault trial in Washington has been delayed until the appeal of his bodyguard's conviction is completed.
A decent, safe and affordable home is something all Americans need to thrive. While the lowest-income households continue to lack access to affordable rental homes, increasingly, middle-income households are also shut out.
In today's edition of the "Good Stuff, " a Texas boy uses his own savings to buy smoke detectors for his community.
You'll fall for this baby bear that keeps falling. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the mystery cub that makes a funny noise.
An India man's apparent attempt to evade taxes by swallowing gold did not have a glittering end. Amir Daftari reports.
It may pale next to the steroid era's inflated totals, but Albert Pujols' milestone is one to marvel at.
At a time when cities like Atlanta are tearing down not-so-old baseball stadiums for fancy new ones, Chicago's Wrigley Field has stood the test of time.
Intelligence Committee Chair Rep. Mike Rogers talks to Wolf Blitzer about the deployment of U.S. paratroopers to Poland.
In a few weeks, the New York State Education Department will begin the second round of Common Core tests. Earlier this spring, thousands of students refused to take the Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) exams. In New York, as in states across the country, parents are telling administrators that their children will not sit for exams that pressure teachers to teach to the test and drain school budgets.