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ABC is beginning its reconstruction of "The View" by bringing back Rosie O'Donnell, one of the most famous co-hosts from the talk show's history.
No criminal charges will be sought against officers involved in last October's fatal shooting of a motorist near the Capitol following a wild high-speed chase that began at the White House, federal prosecutors said on Thursday.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports from Jerusalem on new rocket attacks on Israel and Palestinian fears of a ground invasion.
Erin Burnett talks to Rep. Loretta Sanchez about the House GOP suing Pres. Obama over the employer mandate in Obamacare.
Every member of Congress swore an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. So did President Barack Obama.
The possible sale of the L.A. Clippers appeared to have hit a contractual snag, but it quickly got unsnagged.
A new wave of Israeli airstrikes battered areas of Gaza early Thursday, continuing the deadly onslaught aimed at stopping militant rocket fire into Israel.
When Charlie Bothuell, 12, didn't complete his rigorous workout routine, he feared being "in trouble again," according to court documents. He ended up behind boxes in the basement.
President Barack Obama is vowing to act on his own due to House inaction on immigration reform that proponents say could help address a wave of undocumented kids crossing the border from Mexico. But there are limits to the power of his pen.
CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper's" politics panel discuss immigration, 2016, and Sec. Kerry's guitar skills.
Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar and documentary filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas discuss the crisis at the border.
The house speaker erupted in anger over what he called President Obama's lack of leadership on immigration, telling reporters that "this is a problem of the President's own making."
Ordinarily, being ranked as the worst modern president of the United States would be considered unfortunate. For you Mr. President, that's the good news.
The most chilling place I've ever visited is the former Nazi death camp of Dachau, not far from Munich, Germany.
Not so long ago, a cellphone used to look like a cellphone. But these days, it's not unheard of to see someone talking on a rabbit pressed to his or her ear.
If a blue-eyed, chisel-cheeked mugshot can make an Internet sensation of a criminal suspect, can the law be far behind?
The Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday selected Kansas forward Andrew Wiggins with their third No. 1 overall pick in four years, hoping he can help take the team to the playoffs -- and out of the NBA draft lottery.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Roy Hallums about a photo showing Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl smiling with a Taliban leader.