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Federal investigators issued a harsh report highlighting discriminatory and unconstitutional practices by law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. But the city is not the first to be investigated.
Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay."
The attack on Mark Lippert, the U.S. ambassador to South Korea, allegedly by a knife-wielding Korean progressive activist at a breakfast meeting in Seoul, was a rare and shocking reminder of the ongoing conflict that continues to divide the Korean Peninsula.
The suspect behind the knife attack on the American ambassador to South Korea had a long, troubled history and often blamed the U.S. for tensions in the Korean peninsula.
A Canadian pastor, who went to North Korea on a humanitarian trip in late January, is being held in the reclusive Communist state, his family said early Thursday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his supporters are trying to create "an atmosphere of hysteria" and "fear-mongering," Iran's foreign minister told CNN's Christiane Amanpour. FULL STORY
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling tracked down the people that cyberbullied his daughter on social media.
It's not quite from sea to shining sea, but the latest winter storm gets an "A" for effort (or is that an "E"?).
In September 2002, then-former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a U.S. congressional committee "there is absolutely no question whatsoever" that Saddam Hussein's Iraq was developing nuclear weapons at "portable manufacturing sites of mass death." Once Hussein had nuclear weapons, Netanyahu warned, "the terror network will have nuclear weapons," placing "the security of the entire world at risk."
The Mayor of Ferguson terminates three police department staffers after the release of a DOJ report . CNN's Sara Sidner has this update.
One is a 21-year-old California man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join ISIS. The other a 17-year-old Virginia student charged with helping recruit for ISIS.
U.S. Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert was injured in an attack. CNN's Paula Hancocks has the details.
In a new report, federal prosecutors said that Officer Darren Wilson's "actions do not constitute prosecutable violations" of federal civil rights law. FULL STORY | READ THE REPORT