Here's a look at the life of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and of her other Realms and Territories and Head of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Tens of thousands of visitors are in Denver to mark 420, a date that's emerged as a holiday among those steeped in cannabis culture.
Pilot Dan Marcotte parachuted out of his single-engine plane before it made a fiery crash on a Vermont interstate.
As 36,000 marathoners get ready to pound the streets of Boston on Monday, authorities have their own mammoth task ahead: trying to keep all 26.2 miles of the course safe.
Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited the zoo in Sydney, Australia.
Christians celebrated Easter around the world Sunday, but with reminders of violence and politics.
Under the water, conditions for divers carrying out the grim task of looking for survivors from the sunken South Korean ferry are challenging at best.
The FBI shares new details into the manhunt for the suspects in the Boston marathon bombing.
A body found off a central Massachusetts highway has been positively identified as that of Jeremiah Oliver, a 5-year-old boy who was missing for months before police were alerted.
South Korean officials have made mental health counselors available to the families of the missing.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 192, which was headed to Bangalore, India, has turned around and is returning to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the airline said Sunday on Twitter.
A once slow-moving Wyoming landslide has doubled in speed, split a home and threatens even more structures.
A once fat cat is now almost broke, literally.
A suspected drone strike killed at least four al Qaeda militants Sunday in Yemen, officials said.
The underwater drone scanning for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 finished its seventh mission Sunday, having covered about half its intended territory without finding any sign of the missing plane.
Shannon Morgan identifies as an atheist and wants the world, or at least the car behind her, to know it.
In the weeks after the bombing, a spontaneous memorial grew in Boston.
A vending machines helps a woman narrowly escapes death after a truck plowed into a store where she was shopping.
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen and Jim Sciutto report on upcoming U.S.
Through a bit of calendrical coincidence, Easter Sunday this year falls on April 20.
Rubin "Hurricane" Carter, the middleweight boxing contender who was wrongly convicted of a triple murder in New Jersey in the 1960s, has died in Toronto, according to Win Wahrer, the director of client services for the Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted.
Mystery surrounds a shooting incident on a country road in eastern Ukraine that left at least one person dead and ratcheted up tensions in the region, where pro-Russian groups have seized government buildings and set up roadblocks in defiance of authorities in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
A large 50-foot-deep sinkhole has opened up under two homes, threatening the stability of a Florida neighborhood.
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CNN picks a fine assortment of chocolate eggs
The bodies recovered Sunday were carried through a cordon of police -- who themselves shed tears -- and past grieving family members.
Police found a body that has been positively identified as that of missing 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver.
A 5-pound bear cub was dropped off in an animal carrier.
African safaris have upped their game.