President Obama will travel to Oklahoma on Sunday to inspect the damage from Monday’s deadly tornado, which left two dozen people dead, and meet with victims from the ravaged communities, the White House announced on Wednesday.
A growing number of companies are offering "yacht shipping" services, where yachts are loaded and carried on giant cargo.
The options for people seeking protection from tornadoes have grown since Dorothy and Toto failed to make it into the storm shelter on the Kansas plains, but one of the most basic protections is scarce in Moore, Oklahoma.
Angela Hornsby thought her niece, a Plaza Towers third-grader, was safe when the twister hit Moore, Oklahoma. Now, she has only memories of the girl who loved to play dress-up and pretend she was Beyonce.
Peter Bergen says there's a great deal of misinformation about the counterterrorism policies President Obama will address in a speech Thursday.
Find out why the Hamptons could be giving us a clue about the stock market's next move.
A man fatally shot overnight by an FBI agent in Orlando was being investigated for a possible connection to the Boston bombings, a U.S. law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the Boston Marathon case told CNN.
The mayor of tornado-ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, will push for a law requiring storm shelters or safe rooms in new homes, he told CNN. "We'll try to get it passed as soon as I can," Glenn Lewis said.
Patterns of barium in the fossil tooth of a child indicate that breast-feeding ended after 1.2 years, researchers say — much sooner than in modern nonindustrial populations.
African-Americans retire earlier than the general population, despite a smaller nest egg, according to a study.
Can a computer help cancer patients receive better care? A team of oncologist working with IBM's Watson thinks it might.
The Army has suspended the top general at Fort Jackson in South Carolina due to allegations of adultery and assault, an Army spokesman says.
The sales pace is back to what it was during the housing boom in 2005 and 2006.
Bob Lutz is teaming up with Wanxiang Group, a Chinese auto parts supplier, in a bid to buy the ailing Fisker