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The bullets that killed Beatle John Lennon were given to Mark David Chapman by an Atlanta police officer who was his friend, Chapman told a parole board as he made his case -- for an eighth time -- to be freed.
It is exceedingly rare for Western journalists to be allowed inside the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK) -- commonly known as North Korea. It is even less common for an American reporter to visit this reclusive nation, home to nearly 25 million people who are essentially isolated from the rest of the world.
Adam Montgomery started taking pain pills after a back injury. Soon, he developed what would become a deadly addiction to prescription drugs.
If the United States is serious about thoroughly defeating ISIS, it must -- somehow, someway -- go through Syria.
The FBI is scrambling to track a growing number of Americans who have left to join the fight in Syria, including investigating how the young men were recruited and the logistics of their travel, officials said Thursday.
USC football player Josh Shaw has admitted to lying about his original story about how his ankle was sprained.
Joan Rivers was rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after she stopped breathing, a source confirmed to CNN.
Don't like the country you live in? Why not create your own, as many people have done. We uncover the parallel world of "micronationalism."
Christiane Amanpour talks to the Ukraine's top diplomat in London as the U.N. held an emergency meeting.
Company behind the video chat service that apparently captured audio of Michael Brown's shooting says recording was created at the time he was killed in Ferguson, Missouri.
Adam Montgomery started taking pain pills after a back injury. Soon, he developed what would become a deadly addiction.
Aaron Sofer, 23, was reported missing Friday by a friend who was hiking with him. The friend lost contact with him as they walked together. Sofer was a Yeshiva student studying in Israel.
CNN's Tom Foreman reports on a new video that has surfaced featuring a deceased U.S. suicide bomber.
Matthew Malkiewicz takes beautiful photos of historic steam trains whose nostalgic romance transports you to a bygone era.
President Obama addresses Russian forces crossing Ukraine's southern border to fight alongside pro-Russian rebels.
Tony Stewart, who hasn't raced since his car struck and killed a fellow driver during a dirt track race earlier this month, will return to NASCAR racing at Atlanta, his team announced on its Twitter feed.