In a telephone interview with the campaign group Reprieve, Sharif Mobley, a 31-year-old American father-of-three imprisoned in Yemen, talks about airstrikes targeting the facility where he is imprisoned.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn says a big reason four of Atlantic City's 12 casinos closed last year is the "exorbitant" payments they had to make to a union-run health insurance fund and an underfunded pension plan.
Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring will make a few stops in Southwest Virginia Wednesday, attending public safety meetings and talking about bills.
Obama vetoes measure against swifter union elections
Two days after Odin Lloyd was found dead, New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez looked into the eyes of team owner Robert Kraft and said he was innocent, Kraft testified Tuesday in Hernandez's murder trial.
When Indiana Gov. Michael Pence signed his state's Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), he apparently did not anticipate the resulting uproar. Many of Indiana's businesses fear that the law could be used to allow store owners to deny service to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) persons.
The woman, who was wanted in Arlington County for credit card theft, forgery and driving-related offenses, made several U-turns during the pursuit.
iTunes' Official Music Charts for the week ending March 30, 2015: Top Songs 1.
It might sound like a really old wives' tale, but a thousand-year-old Anglo-Saxon potion for eye infections may hold the key to wiping out the modern-day superbug MRSA, according to new research.
Ever since 39-year-old Bonner Paddock was a child, he has carried what he calls “the dark rider” with him every step of the way.
Scientists are strapping backpacks to cockroaches in hopes that they'll one day help find survivors under collapsed buildings. CNN's Thom Patterson reports.
Indiana Governor Mike Pence speaks to reporters in the wake of backlash against the state's controversial religious freedom law.
iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending March 30, 2015: iTunes Movies US Charts 1.
Clinton poll numbers take hit in key swing states
President Barack Obama has vetoed a congressional measure blocking the National Labor Relations Board from streamlining the process for union elections.
The head of a Moroccan press freedom association says a court has convicted an investigative journalist of adultery and sentenced to 10 months in prison in an attempt to intimidate him.
The New York moratorium on hydraulic fracturing doesn't allow energy companies to extend leases with landowners beyond the expiration dates in their contracts, the state's highest court ruled Tuesday.