While ISIS militants keep trying to spread their radical Islamist rule in Syria and Iraq, a slew of U.S. officials are scrambling to find the best way to stop them.
Rachel Crane talks with SpaceX's Elon Musk about his company's recent NASA contract and the brewing battle with Boeing.
Now it's about family. A new heartbreaker television ad from the Democratic candidate looking to wrest Mitch McConnell from his perch atop the Republican Party in the Senate makes Medicare a gut issue.
California's Governor has declared a state of emergency in two counties in the north of the state where wildfires have torched tens of thousands of acres, destroying some homes and threatening others.
Australian authorities disrupted a pending attack "on a member of the public." Sky News Australia's Stan Grant reports.
As hospitals in nations hardest hit by Ebola struggle to keep up, desperate patients are turning to the black market to buy blood from survivors of the virus, the World Health Organization warned.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta breaks down Pres. Obama's plan to send some 3,000 troops to Liberia to help battle the Ebola outbreak.
While the Obama administration prepares immediate and long-term plans to attack ISIS, Sen. Lamar Alexander warned Tuesday that the deadly Ebola outbreak must be taken "as seriously as we take the threat of ISIS."
Put yourself in the shoes (and sixth-century black robes) of ISIS' Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the mysterious boss of the terror group that is striking fear into the hearts of leaders around the world.
The Scots are talking a lot this week -- perhaps you've heard a little something about an independence referendum -- and that makes us happy.
On officially running for president, Hillary Clinton says in Iowa: "I'm thinking about it." CNN's Briana Keilar reports.
The Hambycast hits the Harkin Steak Fry and finds a huge media scrum already surrounding Hillary Clinton.
Scotland's voters head to the polls Thursday to cast their ballots in the country's landmark independence referendum.
The bad news kept piling on the National Football League on Wednesday with the arrest of an Arizona Cardinals player.
Australian authorities disrupted what they described as a pending attack "on a member of the public," part of a sweeping counterterrorism operation that came just days after the country raised its terror alert level to high.
Members of the Australian Federal Police discuss details of the anti-terror raids they've launched in Sydney and Brisbane.
Shortly after being given more time to weigh evidence in black teenager Michael Brown's fatal shooting, a Missouri grand jury heard from the man at the center of it -- Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson -- a local newspaper reported.
A bobcat owner was allowed to take her pet back from the zoo after paying a fine & making safety renovations to her home.
German prosecutors have charged a 93-year-old man with being an accessory to murder in at least 300,000 cases while working for the Nazis at the Auschwitz concentration camp.