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A defector claims Kim Jong Un is not in charge, that a shadowy group is pulling the strings. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
KWGN's Chris Parente explains how his interview with Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig went viral and apologizes.
The massive protests in Hong Kong took an ugly turn on Friday when students pressing for representative democracy clashed with opponents, prompting a breakdown of talks aimed at defusing the crisis.
Protestors have been relying on the "FireChat" app to communicate, but some users have received suspicious messages.
Student protest leader Joshua Wong says the Hong Kong government bears responsibility for attacks on demonstrators
Hear highway sing when you drive over it. CNN's Jeanne Moos plays name that tune where the rubber meets the road.
Drone footage captures Iceland's Bárdarbunga volcano erupting. It was too dangerous to be approached by manned aircraft.
India made a ship that orbited Mars for less than it cost to make the movie "Gravity." CNN's Rachel Crane reports.
To Republicans, President Barack Obama is a gift that keeps on giving when it comes to campaign fodder to use against Democrats.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta reviews some of the mistakes that were allegedly made in the handling of Ebola patient Eric Duncan.
Same-sex marriage has risen into the headlines again, as the U.S. Supreme Court mulls over whether or not it should weigh in on its constitutionality. But even Sen. Rand Paul, a likely contender for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, has suggested that it should not be a matter of federal concern. "It is a local issue and always has been," he told an interviewer in South Carolina this past week. The tide on this issue seems, quite rapidly, to have shifted.
Fall superfoods are the perfect excuse to get cooking on cool nights. See fall superfood pictures to get started!
"Since I was a child my family has made an almost weekly trip to have lunch in Skaneateles," says Rachel Dickinson, based in the nearby New York State town of Ithaca and author of Falconer on the Edge.
There may be plenty of idiots on the road, but is putting them in the skies taking it, quite literally, to the next dimension?
Peter Kassig first went to the Middle East as a U.S. soldier then returned to the region as a medic to help victims of war. Now he's held by terrorists, who have threatened that they will kill him next.