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In an online audio message, a man purported to be al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri pledges allegiance to the Taliban. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Outgoing Army Chief says Russia is the most dangerous threat to the United States. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
An ISIS group published personal information of about 1,400 military and government employees and threatened them with violence. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
It was perhaps not fully known that day in 1963, on the crowded steps of the Lincoln Memorial, that my father's audacious dream would reshape the contours of justice and equality in America.
Word that Jimmy Carter has cancer reminded me of something that his White House Chief of Staff Hamilton Jordan once said about his boss: He was "indefatigable," able to rebound from adversity as if a gutsy superhero.
Three days after it was revealed that Rick Perry was no longer paying his staff due to money woes, the former Texas governor is touting an optimistic attitude back on the campaign trail.
Wisconsin state lawmakers are considering banning the use of fetal tissue for research, and could possibly place the measure on Gov. Scott Walker's desk in the midst of a Republican primary battle that has flared up over this issue.
Chelsea Manning, the former U.S. Army soldier who was convicted of violating the Espionage Act, is facing indefinite solitary confinement from several charges including being discovered with contraband such as the Vanity Fair featuring Caitlyn Jenner on the cover.
When a furor erupted last week about Donald Trump's controversial comments about Megyn Kelly, the Republican presidential candidate moved quickly to shift back on the Fox News anchor — and a graphic interview she gave with Howard Stern several years ago.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy claimed Thursday that Republicans still have a strong possibility of getting enough votes to override a presidential veto of a bill rejecting the Iran nuclear deal.
AMC's "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston called presidential candidate Donald Trump "refreshing" for the 2016 race in a podcast released Monday.