In a country that measures just 30 miles across, what do you do if you want to get away from it all?
The White House announced Friday that President Barack Obama will travel to Omaha, Nebraska and Baton Rouge, Louisiana in the days following his final State of the Union address, both cities he has not yet visited as President.
Strategic litigation broke the back of the British slave trade. In 1772, James Somerset, an escaped slave brought to England by his owner, Charles Stewart, sued for his freedom. In the case Somerset vs Stewart, the Chief Justice, Lord Mansfield, ruled that no slave could be forcibly returned to a colony for sale.
Pants for your dog? Canadian dog wear maker settles debate on how to wear them. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
As much as the Supreme Court justices dislike political labels, its rulings will undoubtedly thrust it into the center of the presidential race with decisions coming up on abortion, contraceptive coverage, affirmative action, organized labor, voting rights and possibly immigration.
Luxury fashion brand Dolce & Gabbana is eschewing its signature sexy silhouettes for something a little more modest -- for one special collection at least.
Obama wears through a misconception. The militias wear out their welcome. And Wall Street is just plain worn down. It's Friday, and here are the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door:
At the Korean demilitarized zone, speakers are blasting propaganda and troops are massing, but in the heart of Pyongyang, talk is only of the purported success of North Korea's first hydrogen bomb test.
A prosecutor in Belgium has confirmed that material that could be used to make explosives, as well traces of the explosive TATP, were found during a search of a third-floor apartment in Brussels in December.
Four Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli forces in the West Bank overnight after two separate attempted knife attacks, Israel said.