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Rebekah Sanderlin says the Congress is breaking its promise to military retirees in the budget deal that would cut the cost of living raises for pensions.
Aaron Carroll: A study found exercise might be just as good as medications for preventing certain types of medical conditions. But getting people to comply, and doctors to give up writing prescriptions, isn't easy.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz says all Republicans who oppose immigration reform should talk with the people who fasted for immigration rights and see firsthand who is affected by inaction.
As an ice storm swept the Midwest and East Coast this week, cooped-up photographers took the opportunity to take a closer look at Mother Nature's gift.
Tushar Malik says Indian Supreme Court's decision to end four years of freedom for gay people by criminalizing homosexuality is a message for them all to go back into the closet.
David Burnett says it seems old fashioned to think a photo is the light of truth. Photos capture just a moment and can be manipulated, especially today.
The wife of Saeed Abedini said she knew she'd have to fight Iranian officials to help her husband. But she was surprised to find that she's had to "do battle" with U.S. officials, too.
Contrary to the recent musings of Miley Cyrus that sex goes kaput once you hit 40, there's research to support that older people are right to have "great sexpectations."
A U.S. drone mistakenly targeted a wedding convoy in Yemen's al-Baitha province after intelligence reports identified the vehicles as carrying al Qaeda militants, two national security officials told CNN on Thursday.
Teens call them ghost parties: gatherings organized on a whim -- at a house that's often not the host's.
Loretta Fuddy, the Hawaii official who confirmed the authenticity of President Obama's birth record in Hawaii, died Wednesday night in a small-plane crash.
The defense portrayed teen Ethan Couch as a victim of "affuenza," the product of wealthy, privileged parents who never set limits for the boy.
Nicknamed Valkyrie, NASA's robot is flexible, loaded with imaging devices and could one day walk on Mars.
Experts say health care could help former inmates stay out of jail. Whether the infrastructure is in place to support those dreams is another question.
IKEA has recalled eight of its children's wall-mounted lamps after one toddler died and another was injured, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports on a covert military project the U.S. Air Force won't even acknowledge exists.
A resounding boom over Tucson, Arizona, roused residents from their dinner tables Tuesday and had them pointing up to the sky.