An attempted murder is caught on camera, along with a confession. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports on the Idaho machete attack.
Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan fully reversed his anti-abortion position and came out as pro-choice in an op-ed published Thursday.
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee doesn't think the women at Fox News are "trashy," but a lot of other women in New York are.
Prospects for a bill approving the Keystone XL pipeline appeared to improve Wednesday after senators agreed to vote on a large batch of amendments to the controversial measure.
U.S. officials months ago said the fall of Kobani to the brutal terrorist group seemed inevitable. This week, Kurds celebrated victory on the city's streets.
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry again asserted his innocence in the felony abuse-of-power case against him Wednesday and pledged to fight the charges, despite a Texas judge's refusal to dismiss the case this week.
It's an unseasonably warm day in Oakland, California, a perfect morning for Jennifer and Dave Simon to take their baby, Livia, out for a walk. But her stroller sits idle, and Livia is stuck inside the house -- as she has been for nearly a month.
The staggering sum caused some small heart palpitations for people who want to rid politics of money and cries of unfair "oligarchy" from politicians.
CNN's legal analyst writes that defense lawyers have to think creatively to protect their clients' rights in these high-profile cases.
The YouTube channel DragTimes published a clip of passengers reacting to Tesla's "insane mode" which can accelerate a car from 0 to 70 mph in a few seconds.
The overdramatic, oversexed and over-the-top hilarious camp counselors of "Wet Hot American Summer" are set to return for a reboot of the cult classic summer camp movie, Netflix has announced.
A cat named Bart was hit by a car and presumed to be dead. You won't believe what happened five days later. WFLA reports.
A South Carolina judge on Wednesday threw out the convictions of the Friendship Nine, who were jailed in 1961 after a sit-in protest in Rock Hill, South Carolina, during the civil rights movement.
As Mitt Romney heads to the nation's poorest state Wednesday, his political team is fighting back against perceptions that his wealth could be a political liability if he runs for president again, arguing that Hillary Clinton is no model for modest living, either.