Two Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after video surfaced of a Fort Lauderdale officer slapping a man and a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy dragging a handcuffed woman down a hallway.
NASCAR driver Brian Scott's wedding vows to his 3-year-old stepdaughter were captured in a video by wedding videographer PenWeddings and has since gone viral.
There was good news and bad news for federal prosecutors this week at the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsaranaev.
Andy Scholes looks at the media hype and huge paydays Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao will have leading up to their May 2, 2015 fight.
Mohammed Emwazi: The world knows him better as "Jihadi John," the man whose masked face and British accented-taunts have featured in a series of brutal ISIS execution videos.
Christianity was born in the Middle East, but its ranks there have been declining for decades -- with war and militants accelerating the drop. FULL STORY
A U.S. appeals court has rejected another request to move the trial for the accused Boston Marathon bomber to another city.
Magma and lava from a Japanese volcano is forming new geography in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean.
The fatal shooting of former Russian deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov sparked outrage among fellow opposition figures, who speculated that his killing was targeted. FULL STORY
Extremists threatened to kill Avijit Roy if he came to his native Bangladesh from the U.S. to visit. On Thursday night, Roy and his wife were attacked on a Dhaka street, police say. FULL STORY
Jeb Bush didn't just survive his journey into the conservative bear pit. By the end, he actually seemed to be enjoying it.
House Speaker John Boehner faces a looming threat from conservatives to oust him as speaker, and it's tying his hands on funding the Department of Homeland Security.
Six suspects linked to terrorist activity referred to Syria and Iraq as "the beach," and used other coded language on social media to avoid detection in the United States, authorities say.
A Canadian man shoveled a giant snow tunnel from his house to his car. The tunnel has been seen around the world. CNN affiliate CBC News has the story.
At least four Canadian teenagers have gone missing, and the fear is they're on their way to join ISIS. Were they radicalized by a college professor? Paula Newton reports.