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LZ Granderson says the tea party is facing a GOP leadership that wants to rein it in 2016. It may be time for the group to see if it has the strength to stand on its own two feet
His personnel changes mean the Congregation for Bishops will be peopled by a different kind of person, one who will implement Francis' vision of a church governed as much by compassion as by orthodoxy, says Alice Laffey.
Thousands of dollars have poured in to care for a homeless man's pup after he was hit by a car in Granite Bay California.
Colorado shooter Karl Pierson had written plans to attack at least five areas of Arapahoe High School on his arm, as well as the Latin phrase for "The Die Has Been Cast," the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday.
Before 13-year-old Jahi McMath went into a surgery meant to improve her quality of life, she had a terrible premonition.
Sources tells CNN's Susan Candiotti that the Indian diplomat was not arrested in front of her children as she claims.
Tom Crist was in California, having lunch at a Palm Springs golf course, when he got a call that could change his life.
In a CNN exclusive, CNN's Samuel Burke finds out how facebook uses offline data about you to personalize ads.
A fuel tanker flipped on its side and caught fire late Tuesday on Long Island, New York police said.
Somebody might wake up Wednesday a whole lot richer. Heck, some of are going to stay up to see if we're the lucky one or two who hits the Mega Millions.
A blind man and his black Lab service dog fell onto subway tracks and escaped injury Tuesday after an alert Metropolitan Transportation Authority employee instructed them to duck ahead of an oncoming train.
New York brokerage firm Cantor Fitzgerald confirmed Tuesday that it has agreed to settle with American Airlines for $135 million in a lawsuit seeking damages from the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A federal grand jury on Tuesday charged Paul Ciancia with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a Transportation Security Administration officer at Los Angeles International Airport.
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has written an "open letter to the people of Brazil" offering to help investigate U.S. surveillance of Brazilian citizens.
A passenger ferry that runs between Deep Point and Bald Head Island, North Carolina, ran aground Tuesday near Battery Island, injuring passengers and a crew member, the U.S. Coast Guard and the ferry line said.
Ross Eisenbrey says a judge's ruling that the city of Detroit can move forward with bankruptcy and strip the city's public workers of their modest pension benefits will have a devastating impact on Detroit's middle class — many of whom are African-American — and the city's ability to rebuild a strong and sustainable economy
Edward Snowden swore to uphold the Constitution above all, and reported massive surveillance of Americans that a judge says violates the Constitution. So, who can say he's guilty?
CNN has uncovered maintenance records from Carnival Cruise Lines showing problems on board the Carnival Triumph more than a year before its ill-fated cruise earlier this year.