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"According to the way we've been treated ... we didn't seem to have done the right thing in being saved at all!" the Titanic survivor writes. Live bidding on the letter begins at 1 p.m. ET Thursday, January 22.
An Oregon man is recovering after being charged by an 800-pound bull on the loose in his neighborhood. CNN affiliate KOIN reports.
A Rice University senior spent $500 on 13,000 plastic colored balls in order to turn his dorm room into a ball pit. CNN affiliate KPRC has the story.
This couple got a free trip to Hawaii when they bought a new car, and they're it giving to the most loving person in central Alberta, Canada.
When animal shelter workers discovered 8-week-old Charcoal was born a hermaphrodite, they performed surgery and she's now ready to be adopted. KIVI reports.
Once upon a time, work took place outside of the home during designated hours. Today, that world is a fairy tale. If you checked your work email this Thanksgiving, you're likely aware that at most companies there is an unspoken expectation that employees tend to emails at all hours.
CNN's Lisa France explains why you should stop believing everything you see online. From Facebook privacy fakes to Twitter death hoaxes, think before you share that link.
On a bright, clear morning in April 2013, two professional poker players from California were heading west on Interstate 80 in rural Iowa when they were stopped by two Iowa State Troopers.
Hope Solo, the soccer star who makes headlines whether she's winning Olympic gold or having domestic violence accusations dropped against her, did it again Wednesday when she was suspended from the U.S. Women's National Team for 30 days.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accepted House Speaker John Boehner's invitation to address a joint session of Congress on Feb. 11, a congressional source tells CNN.
President Barack Obama used Tuesday night's State of the Union address to demand action on progressive priorities — but his silence on a number of key issues spoke just as loudly as his words.
CNN's Hala Gorani speaks to former Guantanamo Bay prosecutor Colonel Morris Davis about efforts to shut down the detention camp.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey says the Guantanamo Bay prison should be closed, but dozens of the prisoners now being held there would still need to be detained somewhere.
Five Guantanamo Bay detainees have been transferred, the Department of Defense announced in a press release Wednesday.