Hillary Clinton was in town on Wednesday -- and so was Carly Fiorina.
If your reading habits are marked more by page clicks than page turns these days, chances are you've come across a "hot take" -- or 20.
Both engines on Singapore Airlines flight 836 temporarily shut down over the South China Sea as the jetliner passed through bad weather.
With this pair of new action figures, you're sure to have a good night and a pleasant tomorrow.
The IRS believes that a major cyber breach that allowed criminals to steal the tax returns of more than 100,000 people originated in Russia, two sources briefed on the data theft tell CNN.
The football world was rocked Wednesday when a host of the sport's leading officials were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland.
The Obama administration announced a controversial new rule Wednesday that places the Environmental Protection Agency in charge of protecting streams and wetlands, setting up a likely fight with a Republican-led Congress that is wary of greater federal oversight of waterways.
Caroline Schaper, David Letterman's intern, created jokes for the final "Late Show With David Letterman" episode.
A large crowd stands by as a teenage girl -- beaten and bloodied -- writhes on the ground, her body engulfed in flames.
The heavy flooding that's overwhelmed Texas and killed more than 30 people has put Sen.
Four Defense Department workers have been put in post-exposure treatment, a defense official said, following the revelation the U.S.
A mother in Michigan says a local pastor almost drove her gay son to suicide.
It was a scene right out of a movie: Swiss officials swept into the five-star Baur au Lac hotel in Zurich and arrested several leaders of FIFA, the global governing body of the world's most popular sport, soccer.
Rick Santorum, who won Iowa by 34 votes in the 2012 GOP presidential primary race -- with about 25% of caucus goers -- is looking for lightning to strike twice, in the same spot.
Washington transit police arrested a man Wednesday who appeared on MTV's "Catfish" on charges he made "terroristic threats" against Washington subway stations, buses and trains.
Hillary Clinton will use a speech here on Wednesday to "call out" Republicans for blocking equal pay legislation, according to a campaign aide.
Before Paton Blough got his bipolar disorder under control, it nearly cost him everything.
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is quitting as the Mideast envoy for the international group that has been working to achieve a settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, his office confirmed Wednesday.
Would-be presidential candidate John Kasich, defended his expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, while slamming President Barack Obama's signature law at the same time.
One of the country's most conservative states, Nebraska, has outlawed what has long been a central plank of conservative criminal justice policy: the death penalty.
Rick Santorum, the former Pennsylvania senator who mounted an unexpectedly strong bid for the Republican nomination in 2012, is making another bid for the White House.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal took a swing at his would-be presidential primary foe Sen.
Speaking off the cuff to the many engaged couples gathered Wednesday in St.
ISIS militants killed 30 Iraqi soldiers in a suicide bomb attack in Iraq's key Anbar province, security officials told CNN on Wednesday, a day after the launch of a major operation to liberate Anbar and Salaheddin provinces from ISIS.
Oscar-nominated actor and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Sam Shepard was arrested on Monday night on suspicion of drunken driving in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott says the wife of an Australian ISIS fighter who posted a photo of their son holding a severed head would face the "full severity" of the law if she dared to return home.
Ambitious. High strung.
A surveillance camera got footage of debris flying as a tornado rips through Beavercreek, Ohio.