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In the darkness before dawn, eight pricey cars plunged into a hole that opened up beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
Derek Jeter, who helped the Yankees win five World Series during his first 19 seasons, announced Wednesday that he will retire at the end of the 2014 major league baseball season, the shortstop said on his Facebook page.
After many years, Monica Lewinsky is back in the news. CNN's Athena Jones takes a look at where she is now.
David Frum says U.S. homes and businesses routinely lose power when bad weather hits. Burying our power lines would protect them and also put people to work
Former New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin was found guilty of federal corruption charges Wednesday after a two-week trial, CNN affiliates report.
Carol Anderson says Michael Dunn, who is white, was so afraid of a car full of black teens playing loud music that he shot 10 rounds into their SUV, killing a 17-year-old. Too often, "black" equals "threat" while "white" equals innocent
James Conroy says there's a lesson to be learned from the scuttling of Lincoln's effort at a compromise to end the Civil War.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that Kentucky's denial of recognition for same-sex marriages violates the U.S. Constitution's guarantee of equal protection under the law.
Residents in rural Tennessee are grappling with fear and confusion as they try to understand why someone sent a bomb to their neighbor.
It has been dubbed Russia's Las Vegas. A place where Vladimir Putin's government rolled the dice in a grand project to help the world rethink the way it does business.
Tuesday brought a shocking result -- at least for Americans -- from the snowboard halfpipe, a magnanimous gesture from one country to another, and just another, ho hum, two gold medals for Norway in its favorite event.
Darth Vader and Superman look on as a man smashes the windows of a police car on Hollywood Boulevard. KTLA reports.
Inspectors are looking into the cause of a coal slurry spill in West Virginia's eastern Kanawha County after it blackened six miles of a creek, officials with the state Department of Environmental Protection said Tuesday.
Danny Cevallos says Michael Dunn's testimony that he felt threatened by a car of teenagers playing loud music crystallized important points in his murder case.
Sen. Rand Paul argues that NSA surveillance of U.S. citizens is a violation of the Constitution and is suing the Obama administration to end the "the blanket collection of Americans' telephone metadata without reasonable cause."
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.