Newt Gingrich says sports team are really public in nature and the fans, not billionaires, should own them
CNN's Poppy Harlow shares a behind-the-scenes look at one of rock and roll's most successful brands.
Morgan Spurlock looks into how the government and private groups track our every move. For more, tune in Sunday, 10pm ET
Go ahead. Sit on me. Human chair proves chivalry isn't dead. CNN's Jeanne Moos gives you a front row seat.
Bangladeshi naval ships arrived in the Bay of Bengal to investigate a tip about possible plane wreckage, an official says. So far nothing has been found.
A train rammed into the back of another one in Seoul on Friday, leaving 115 people injured, South Korean officials said.
A soldier was killed Friday in a suicide blast at an army checkpoint in Egypt's Sinai peninsula, state news reported.
The Donald Sterling scandal has claimed collateral damage: the president of the NAACP's Los Angeles chapter.
One Russian separatist was killed and another wounded in the eastern Ukraine city of Slavyansk, Russian state media reported.
The mother of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said she didn't know her son's substance abuse was that bad until he announced he was getting help.
Director Quentin Tarantino has filed an amended lawsuit against the gossip website Gawker for linking to the leaked screenplay for his next movie, "Hateful Eight."
Just as parents are grappling with how to keep their kids safe on social media, schools are increasingly confronting a controversial question: Should they do more to monitor students' online interactions off-campus to protect them from dangers such as bullying, drug use, violence and suicide?
CNN's Richard Quest goes over the 4-hour gap from when Flight 370 disappeared to when the official search began.