CNN.com delivers up-to-the-minute news and information on the latest top stories, weather, entertainment, politics and more.
Updated: 3 hours 32 min ago
Agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration interviewed doctors and trainers of several NFL teams after their game Sunday, part of an investigation into allegations of illegal dispensing of prescription drugs.
A Colorado man is expected to make a full recovery after suffering a rare internal decapitation in a car crash.
She was the winningest coach in college basketball before Alzheimer's left Pat Summitt sidelined. Now her only son, Tyler, is about to follow in her footsteps. Can he live up to the family name?
In tweets, former baseball slugger Jose Canseco says the finger he'd accidentally shot partly fell off while he was playing poker.
MLK was followed constantly and regularly harassed by the FBI. See the secret FBI memos for yourself.
The early winter storm that socked much of the United States with cold weather last week is expected to make an encore performance.
Dr. Martin Salia, who is a legal permanent resident of the United State, was diagnosed with Ebola in his native Sierra Leone. He's being treated at The Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.
MIT economics professor Jonathan Gruber called voters stupid, the GOP is calling him the Obamacare architect, and Democrats are calling it all a misunderstanding.
More than 2,000 current and former exotic dancers in New York City were awarded $10 million in a class-action lawsuit they brought against their employer, Rick's Cabaret.
Half of all U.S. Marine Corps units at their home bases are below the levels of required readiness, according to the new commandant of the Marine Corps.
Four workers were killed Saturday after a chemical leak at a DuPont plant in La Porte, Texas, on the outskirts of Houston, plant manager Randall Clements said.
Sharp angles, fragmented glass, scaffolding, bright lights, looming robotics -- these elements tower over ghostly, apparition-like people scurrying to and from their destinations.
Days after refusing to rule out recommending U.S. ground troops in Iraq, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff arrived in the turbulent Middle Eastern nation to talk with officials there about combating ISIS, an official said.
The fatal encounter that ended with the shooting of Michael Brown by officer Darren Wilson was brief, lasting less than two minutes, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.