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Even beauty pageants are not exempt from the tensions of global politics, as two Miss Universe contestants learned. | PHOTOS: STUNNING COSTUMES
White House doesn't plan to meet with the Prime Minister during his visit to speak to Congress. | NETANYAHU TO SPEAK 'WHILE THERE IS STILL TIME'
When a suicide bomber detonated his truck outside Forward Operating Base Marez in Iraq in 2009, it wasn't the first time that type of attack killing U.S. soldiers took place. But the bombing took a different and disturbing turn when investigators determined it was facilitated not by militants on the battlefields of Iraq but out of one man's home just north of the United States.
Officials are faced with making a tricky call on whether it's safe to allow normal life to go on when a storm is coming.
British Prime Minister David Cameron got an unexpected call from someone claiming to be one of the country's top spy chiefs.
Still seeking justice in their son's death, Kendrick Johnson's parents will face the justice system themselves Monday on misdemeanor charges related to a 2013 protest, their attorney said.
Hundreds of Boko Haram gunmen on Sunday launched a predawn attack on the Nigerian city of Maiduguri and were locked in a fierce battle with government troops on the outskirts of the city, according to the military, residents and citizen vigilantes.
CNN's Poppy Harlow talks with Robert Baer and Peter Bergen about countries possibly paying terrorists to release hostages.
Sixteen people have been killed in protests marking the fourth anniversary of Egypt's revolution, officials say.
Bill Maher criticized the movie "American Sniper" and deceased Navy Seal Chris Kyle calling him a "psychopath patriot."
Coach Bill Belichick insists that the Patriots organization did nothing wrong, as controversy continues over underinflated footballs used in last weekend's game.
On Sunday, a wire rope snapped as the fuselage reached the surface. The previous day, the wreckage cut through a strap connecting it to a big balloon.
The 2016 presidential race gets off to unofficial start with a marathon of speeches before a core group of caucus-goers. | PERRY, CHRISTIE SPEECHES INTERRUPTED
In a dramatic warning to the world, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists announced Thursday that the iconic Doomsday Clock has ticked forward by two minutes. This new setting of three minutes to midnight indicates "the probability of global catastrophe is very high," said Kennette Benedict, executive director of the Bulletin, which was founded by former Manhattan Project physicists after the atomic bombing of Japan.
Dramatic dashcam footage from Ukraine appears to show the moment a rocket nearly hit an on-coming motorist.