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California Gov. Jerry Brown has reversed a parole board decision and denied the release of Bruce Davis -- a former associate of Charles Manson and a convicted murderer himself.
Like the other American who volunteered to help others in Africa and ended up with Ebola, Nancy Writebol is driven first and foremost by her fervent faith.
The U.S. air strikes carried out Friday against ISIS are likely to have one unintended consequence: immediately increase the terrorist threat in Europe and the United States, Western counter-terrorism officials tell CNN.
Nobody ever said clinching a land speed record would be easy. Danny Thompson knew that when he started going for the spot in racing history's record book that had always eluded his father, Mickey, the famous Speed King.
Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner is hoping to open a restaurant and create jobs, a year after his failed bid to become the city's next mayor.
According to studies, 43% of women have experienced some form of sexual dysfunction. Here's what you need to know.
The Police Department of Lockport, New York described a suspect as "dark negro" to the outrage of civil rights groups.
In a perfect world of course, there would be no serious predatory crime, and thus no need nor call to respond to it.
Noah Ritter, known as the "apparently" kid, stole the show during a live interview and has now become a national star.
This escalation marks a turning point in a foreign policy that had avoided direct military action in Iraq and Syria.
A federal judge on Friday ruled in favor of a former UCLA college basketball star who sued to end the NCAA's control over the rights to college athletes' names, images and likenesses.
Shanesha Taylor tells Kelly Wallace why she left her two young children in her car during a job interview.
Selfies are everywhere. Even Indonesian macaques are getting into the game. In 2011, two of these Old World monkeys borrowed photographer David J. Slater's camera and reportedly snapped some pictures of themselves. One of the selfies by a female macaque has since gone viral, making its way to Wikipedia's free-to-use website.
Danny Thompson wants to top 450 mph, and win a place in the record books. What drives a man like Danny to go so fast?