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The defense argued that Ethan Couch was not fully to blame because his parents didn't set limits for him. Families of the victims are angry and speaking out.
Frustrated Republicans are retaliating for a Democratic power play to weaken their hand in opposing presidential nominations by forcing an all-night session.
In the rich man's world of diversified asset portfolios and international investment opportunities, luxury property in the right market equals hot property. But where do speculating millionaires and billionaires get the most bang for their buck? Is it in the suave sophistication of New York City, the ornate splendor of London's townhouses or the ultramodern apartments of central Shanghai? We've compiled the following list using data gleaned from the Knight Frank Wealth Report 2013 to show the most valuable locations for luxury properties.
David Peterson edited a time-lapse video using photos from the International Space Station publicly available from NASA.
This week, Time magazine named Miley Cyrus a finalist for Person of the Year, the annual award bestowed on the person editors think has "most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important about the year." A true testament to the global influence of twerking, she was the only nominee from the entertainment industry.
Etiquette coach Elaine Swann says the circumstances of the president's selfie with Denmark's PM make it appropriate, but in general there are strict rules about these things
A 13-year-old Louisiana boy has been sentenced to three years in a secure juvenile facility for killing his 5-year-old half-sister by performing pro-style wrestling moves on her, a court spokeswoman told CNN Wednesday.
Criminal Defense Atty. Mark Geragos talks about the 'affluenza' defense that kept a teen D.U.I. offender out of prison.
There is no wrong way to take a selfie. The medium has grown into its own form of self-expression, and the artistic choices people make are as varied as the faces themselves.
The first officer aboard Asiana Flight 214 told investigators that he called out the plane's excessive sink rate -- its rate of descent -- "more than four times" in the two minutes before the plane crashed, according to information released by the National Transportation Safety Board on Wednesday as it began a marathon 11-hour hearing into the July accident in San Francisco, which killed two Chinese teenagers.
Mira Sorvino gets a tour of Sway Pak, a community in Cambodia that is known for sex trafficking of children.
CNN's Richard Quest takes to the streets of San Francisco with Goggle's highly anticipated Google Glass.
In an AC360 Exclusive, Eric Boyles shares his grief after losing his wife and daughter to a teen drunk driver.
Dr. Drew says there's no such thing as "affluenza," the defense used in a teen drunk driving case that killed 4 people.
A real protest, a fake Google employee, a viral video and some shiny buses have brought attention to the growing tensions between San Francisco's moneyed tech-sector workers and the city's working poor and middle class.
Rocker Joan Jett warned SeaWorld to stop blasting her music at "sound-sensitive" orcas or they'll see her protesting at their gate.
A New Jersey mayor is compelling gun manufacturers bidding for gun and ammunition contracts with the city police to answer questions on gun safety in what is believed to be the first such move in the nation.