A 25-year-old man dressed up in a sparkly dress to take his niece to see "Cinderella" after she said she was nervous to wear hers to the theater.
The former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq said pessimism surrounding the Iran nuclear talks was warranted, calling the potential deal "hard to sell."
Martin O'Malley says he wants to bring "fundamental change to the culture of Wall Street." Jim Webb is lashing out against the "greed and irresponsibility in the financial sector." For years, Bernie Sanders has railed against corporate excesses.
Indiana GOP Gov. Mike Pence said Sunday that a new state law that attempts to protect long-standing religious freedoms “is not about discrimination” and that he and other state lawmakers do not intend to change the legislation.
First Lady Michelle Obama has been championed healthy eating and active lifestyles for five years. Here are her best moments.
CNN got a room by room tour at the White House, during its annual science fair, from Chief Technology Officer for the United States, Megan Smith.
House Speaker John Boehner says Congress will move "very" quickly to impose new sanctions against Iran if President Barack Obama isn't able to strike a deal to thwart the Middle Eastern country's nuclear ambitions.
Most people agree the Northeast must expand its energy supply to trim the nation's highest costs and natural gas could be at least a short-term answer.
Former CEO and potential Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina said Sunday the probability she’ll formally start a 2016 campaign is “higher than 90 percent” and that she will probably announce in late April or early May.
The BBC's Director-General, Tony Hall, has reportedly received death threats days after "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson was dropped.
Boston Police Officer John Moynihan was in a medically induced coma after being shot at point-blank range Friday night in the city's Roxbury neighborhood. FULL STORY
As relatives and friends mourn the loss of their loved ones aboard Germanwings Flight 9525, the world community is stunned by the sequence of events that led to co-pilot Andreas Lubitz purposely crashing the plane into the French Alps, killing all 150 people on board.
Pope Francis prayed for those who died in Tuesday's crash in the French Alps, noting there was a group of German schoolchildren aboard the aircraft.