As thousands gathered to mark the one-year anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, one sight evoked memories of the attack that spurred widespread carnage: Suspicious bags near the finish line.
The underwater vessel searching for traces of the missing Malaysian jet resurfaced Wednesday to fix a technical issue, but then redeployed again.
It was supposed to be a class trip to a resort island that's considered the Hawaii of Korea. Instead, the ferry has capsized in the Yellow Sea, and more than a hundred people are unaccounted for.
Investigators have put a cold case from 1971 to rest about two missing teens, declaring they died in a car accident.
The ship was carrying about 450 people, including some 320 students. Scores of passengers have been rescued; YTN reports the rest were told to jump into the water.
The NCAA on Tuesday proposed that athletes receive unlimited meals and snacks, the collegiate sports organization said in a news release.
South Dakota investigators have put to rest a 42-year-old cold case about two missing 17-year-old girls, declaring they died in a car accident that ended in a creek at night in 1971, with no signs of foul play.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on a supposed meeting of scores of al Qaeda leaders, which was filmed and posted on YouTube.
As many as 200 girls were abducted from their boarding school in northeastern Nigeria by heavily armed Boko Haram Islamists who arrived in trucks, vans and buses, officials and witnesses said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's hair is no laughing matter. Not for the country's embassy employees in London, at least.
The US Navy's newest stealth destroyer is twice as long as the Statue of Liberty but barely shows up on radar.
Kansas shooting suspect Frazier Glenn Cross made an appearance in court after being charged with murder.
Miley Cyrus suffered "a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics" and has been hospitalized, her rep told CNN Tuesday.
House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers sits down with Wolf Blitzer to talk about the dynamic threat al Qaeda poses.
U.S. backs Ukraine military action, but will not give "lethal aid" to Kiev's forces. CNN's Michelle Kosinski reports.
A new video shows what looks like the largest and most dangerous gathering of al Qaeda in years. And the CIA and the Pentagon either didn't know about it or couldn't get a drone there in time to strike.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Rep. Henry Waxman say read deep, and you'll see the federal Keystone pipeline report spells out the pipeline is bad news