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Hostage after hostage has come home after clandestine conversations and negotiations by the Obama administration.
A woman who won an auctioned storage locker made a grizzly discovery after opening the unit.
Cambodia Prime Minister Hun Sen has called for an inquiry into a suspected mass HIV infection in a remote village in northwestern Battambang province.
A man was arrested at the White House after the Secret Service found a rifle and ammunition in his vehicle parked nearby.
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Could thawing relations between the U.S.
A quote often attributed to Leon Trotsky reads, "You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you." Although Washington would like very much to ignore North Korea, Pyongyang has just brought Trotsky's axiom into the 21st century with a seminal cyberattack that will have an immediate economic and cultural impact.
The podcast sensation of the year finally reaches its climax.
White House Economic Council Director Jeff Zients pointed fingers at Congress on Thursday for not acting fast enough on cybersecurity legislation, in the wake of news that North Korea was behind the Sony Entertainment cyberattack.
The tanking Russian economy seems to be doing little to encourage President Vladimir Putin to repair relations with the West.
The lame duck is loose.
Arsonists started a huge December 8 blaze that destroyed a downtown apartment building under construction and damaged nearby buildings, the Los Angeles Fire Department said Thursday in a news release.
Dozens of Taliban militants were killed in crackdowns across the country on Friday, the Pakistani military said.
The urban planning equivalent of a Rorschach test, a "Smart City" can be taken to mean almost anything.
Journals, luggage tags, Panama hats? Yawn.
Police in the Australian state of Queensland say they are investigating "what appears to be a major incident" in the city of Cairns amid reports that multiple bodies have been found at a property there.
Not everyone will remember "Death of a President," the 2006 movie that included a controversial scene in which President George W. Bush was killed by a sniper.
Two girls accused of stabbing a friend to impress the fictional Internet bogeyman Slenderman have been found competent to stand trial.
The Secret Service is stretched "beyond its limits" and needs more training, more staff and a director from outside its ranks -- and the White House needs a better fence -- an independent review has found.
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It's the story that keeps on giving.
North Korea, with its previous technologically laggard image, may have just shocked the world with some alleged hacking savvy, but when ISIS comes to mind, so does the terrorists' digital bent.
Jo Jin-hye, who escaped North Korea, wanted to watch "The Interview."
John Berman speaks with former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino about a new report on problems at the agency.
The children of an elderly West Virginia couple who passed away months apart in late 2012 and early 2013 are blaming their deaths on a restaurant chain's meatloaf.
A county jail is under fire for security cameras recording private moments of clients using the toilet and dressing.
CNN's Nic Robertson visits the Pakistan school where 132 children were killed and finds there is no getting away from the pain of the wasted young lives.
Spider-Woman has never been one of the major characters in comic books, but Marvel hopes that she will make a splash with her new look.