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Thousands of people and dozens of world leaders gathered at FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, for the Nelson Mandela memorial service.
Secretary of State John Kerry faces a grilling at a congressional hearing on Tuesday over an interim deal to ease sanctions on Iran as a step toward a broader agreement to prevent it from having nuclear weapons.
The National Football League wants to make it clear that tailgating will not be banned at Super Bowl XLVIII.
Curious about life on Mars? NASA's rover Curiosity has now given scientists the strongest evidence to date that the environment on the Red Planet could have supported life billions of years ago.
A winter storm is placing lives in danger and stranding people in the snow. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
WFAA reports warmer weather in Texas has sent ice sliding off the roofs of apartment buildings into the streets below.
David Peterson edited a time-lapse video using photos from the International Space Station publicly available from NASA.
Nelson Mandela's vision was rooted in his ideals, and his actions were shaped by reality, author Sylvester Monroe says.
Dozens of world leaders and thousands of others gather to celebrate the life of former President Nelson Mandela.
Paul Walker's new film -- one of the last he completed -- was going to start a new chapter for the "Fast and Furious" actor, says its director.
Casey Oppenheim says more Americans want to protect themselves in light of government and corporate surveillance.
Frida Ghitis says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has purged his uncle from power and memory, a lesson learned from Saddam Hussein, the most ruthless and long-lasting of modern dictators.
Most people are yet to learn about the progress most countries have made in recent decades. The reason media and schools have failed to communicate a fact-based world view is probably due to the continuous use of the outdated concept of a "Developing World." A mindset upgrade with a division of countries into more than two groups is long overdue.
Kanye West describes his belief that performing on stage is like being a police officer or a soldier at war.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Mike Brooks and Ted Rowlands about case of a man killed when he answered a Craigslist ad.