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The man the U.S. accuses of being the ringleader in the 2012 attack on the American diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, pleaded not guilty during a brief appearance in federal court.
A Georgia mother claims a SWAT team threw a flash-bang grenade in her son's crib during a raid and has not apologized.
The suspect in a Georgia toddler's death told police he used the Internet to research child deaths inside vehicles, a search warrant said.
There is a dark duality about the Golden Gate Bridge. Majestic and macabre, the bridge is an architectural wonder that also happens to be a magnet for suicides.
U.S. women's soccer star Hope Solo has issued an apology after she was accused of assaulting two of her relatives at a Seattle home last weekend.
Pageant authorities stripped Miss Delaware of her crown after they realized she was too old to compete. KYW reports.
A larger than normal amount of snakes are turning up in a Naperville, Illinois, neighborhood. WBBM reports.
The World Cup is the world's most widely viewed sporting event, according to FIFA. It seems the world (yes, even the U.S.) has a love affair with soccer that runs deep and transcends cultural differences.
The United States will phase out its stockpiles of landmines designed specifically to target people, moving it closer to joining a global ban on a weapon that kills more than 15,000 people a year -- most of them civilians.
As police in Georgia investigated the death of a 22-month-old boy left seven hours in a sweltering SUV, they seized computers from the father's office, a source with knowledge of the investigation told HLN's Nancy Grace.
As California braces for what may be a record-setting wildfire season, a flying firefighter reveals battle tactics for a powerful weapon.
Errol Louis says gaffes by the two illustrate just how vast the gaps of wealth in America have become. If they want to run for president, they better find a less tone-deaf way to discuss income
Mission accomplished -- Team USA booked its place in the last-16 of the World Cup after escaping from one of the tournament's toughest groups.
CNN on Thursday continues its series "The Sixties," which explores the decade of historically significant social movements, people and events. The new episode -- "A Long March to Freedom" -- focuses on the Freedom Summer of 1964 for a very notable reason.
The U.S. space shuttle program retired in 2011, leaving American astronauts to hitchhike into orbit. But after three long years, NASA's successor is almost ready to make an entrance.
Meet the American freedom fighters who blazed the trail for civil rights. The Sixties, Tonight, 9p ET/PT on CNN.