Gun deaths of school-age children in the United States have increased at an alarming rate.
Headliners include Jay-Z, Miley Cyrus, Imagine Dragons, Halsey, The Black Keys, Chance the Rapper, and The Killers.
John Childs donated $50,000 to the Republican National Committee.
Fentanyl-related deaths are soaring and in 2016, reached 18,335.
Fed up with years of unruly antics and disturbing headlines, spring break destinations have started cracking down -- hard.
Robert Kraft will not accept a plea deal offered by Florida prosecutors in the case against the New England Patriots owner and other men accused of soliciting prostitution at a Jupiter, Florida, day spa, a source familiar with the case told CNN on Wednesday.
The man's homeowners association only allowed flags to be flown on a 6-foot pole attached to the house, but his was 25 feet.
While you were living your life on December 18th, 2018, a giant space rock exploded 16 miles above the Earth's surface, giving off 10 times the energy of the atomic bomb detonated over Hiroshima.
Kevin Tsujihara, the head of WarnerMedia's movie and television studio, is leaving the company.
Horrific video of the mosque massacre in Christchurch was viewed live fewer than 200 times on Facebook, but that was enough to unleash it across the internet.
A cloud of black smoke continues to emanate from a fire at a petrochemical storage facility in suburban Houston that has burned since Sunday.
The Boeing Max planes both used automated flight software called the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS).
Used soap from Hilton Hotels is getting a second life.
The longer astronauts spend in space, the more likely they are to have viruses like herpes, chickenpox and shingles reactivate.
By Ralph Ellis and Brynn Gingras, CNN A 24-year-old man has been taken into custody in connection with the shooting death of reputed New York crime boss Francesco "Frank" Cali, the New York Police Department said.
By Madeline Holcombe, CNN New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's office received an email with the manifesto from the suspect behind the mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques, minutes before the attack began.
Sixty people, including 17 police officers and a fireman, were slightly injured Saturday on the 18th straight day of yellow vest demonstrations in Paris.
Breckenridge police found that a moose had crashed through a window in the home’s basement.
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Elon Musk unveiled Tesla's mid-size electric SUV, the Model Y, Thursday night in Hawthorne, California.
The 737 Max is the company's bestselling jet and remains in huge demand, despite two recent fatal crashes.
Butterball is recalling 39 tons of ground turkey products due to potential salmonella contamination.
Dick's Sporting Goods will stop selling guns and ammunition at 125 stores where firearm sales have struggled.
Almost two million children and teens were seen in emergency rooms across the United States for traumatic brain injuries between 2010 and 2016.
"Once Upon a One More Time" is set to open this fall at the James M. Nederlander Theatre in Chicago.
Francesco Cali, 53, was found with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso, the NYPD said.
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The European Union began suspending Boeing 737 Max flights in Europe on Tuesday after a fatal plane crash in Ethiopia killed all 157 people on board.
One week after a 9-year-old girl's body was found in a duffel bag, Los Angeles County officials have charged a man with murder.
A mysterious killer whale has been found off the coast of Chile.
Watching R. Kelly's behavior in a CBS interview evoked an emotional response from some of the women who have alleged that the singer abused them.
A Florida sixth-grader who was arrested last month following a Pledge of Allegiance dispute at his school will not be prosecuted.
A jury found a former South Florida police officer guilty on Thursday in the fatal shooting of a motorist whose vehicle had broken down.
The viral good Samaritan story that raised nearly $400,000 on GoFundMe in 2017 turned out to be fake.
Trump called the epidemic of veteran suicides "a tragedy of staggering proportions."
Crews are narrowing down the search areas for people still missing after a string of tornadoes swept through southeastern Alabama over the weekend.
By Holmes Lybrand The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) event attracts college Republicans, populists, nationalists, some libertarians, and the occasional Revolutionary reenactor. For the past three...
This is the extraordinary tale of how a massive, strange-looking fish wound up on a beach on the other side of the world from where it lives.
Gap and Old Navy have been trending in opposite directions for years.
S.O.S.! The Jonas Brothers are officially back together, and they made their comeback with an ode to the women in their lives.
The brothers who allegedly took part in what police say was a staged attack on actor Jussie Smollett are expressing "tremendous regret" for their involvement.
General Electric's stock price has spiked 67 percent since crashing to $6.45 in mid-December.
For the first time, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has announced its next chief ranger will be a woman.
A large and ambitious storyland opens this summer at Disneyland, in California, and at Disney World in Florida in the fall.
The five-time Grammy winner announced on Tuesday that she will be launching her first-ever Las Vegas residency in May.
One of the most powerful men in the Roman Catholic Church was found guilty of multiple historical child sex offenses at a secret trial in Melbourne in December.
In a study of five wines and 15 beers, there were trace amounts of weed killer found in all but one of them.
Ten years after the financial crisis, Bank of America is phasing out the Merrill Lynch brand for some businesses.
It was a chilly winter night in Greenville, South Carolina and Emerson and Maya were on Girl Scout duty selling cookies outside a store.
Pete McBride is worried about the Grand Canyon, so he decided to hike it.
A former Trump campaign staffer claims in a lawsuit filed Monday in Florida that Donald Trump kissed her without her consent.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft could be charged as early as Monday with soliciting prostitution, according to the State Attorney's Office in Palm Beach County, Florida.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga: Is it hard keeping it so hardcore?
The maker of the chocolaty hazelnut spread known as Nutella shut down the world's largest factory that produces it because of a quality issue.
"Green Book" won best picture at the Oscars, marking the final twist on a night of historic firsts.
Malek on Sunday picked up the best actor award for playing Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in "Bohemian Rhapsody."
Two women are accused of running separate sexual trafficking operations out of local day spas from Jupiter to Hobe Sound.
As the story unfolded over the weeks, its numerous twists and turns culminated with Smollett's arrest Thursday on suspicion of filing a false police report.
Peter Tork, the bassist for The Monkees and a jokester on the band's popular 1960s television series, has died at age 77.
Tesla's general counsel is leaving the company after just two months on the job.
A species of giant tortoise believed to have been extinct for more than 100 years has been discovered on the Galapagos island of Fernandina.
Organizers of Paris 2024 have proposed that breakdancing should be included as a new sport in the Olympic program.
By Kyle Peltz, CNN It's 1:48 a.m. and a pregnant Shanann Watts is arriving home from a business trip to Phoenix.
A Colorado man accused of beating the mother of his child to death with a baseball bat tried to persuade his new girlfriend to kill her three times before he took the matter into his own hands.
A Texas teen survived a 50-foot fall from a bridge while taking a selfie.
An editorial written in support of the Ku Klux Klan. That's something you might expect to see in 1919. Believe it or not, you can see it in 2019, too.
Texas police said they arrested a man for slapping a 12-year-old boy in the face, accusing the preteen of bullying his stepdaughter.
Southwest Airlines continues to grapple with an "operational emergency" after an unusually high number of planes have been taken out of service.
Karl Lagerfeld, the fashion visionary and creative director of Chanel, has died.
The US Federal Aviation Administration is investigating how Southwest Airlines tracks the weight of checked bags on its flights.
A grand jury has been convened in Cook County, Illinois, in connection with new allegations against singer R. Kelly.
Five people waiting at a bus stop were shot during a police shootout with a robbery suspect Sunday, police said.
Illinois gunman Gary Martin brought a pistol to his termination meeting at the sprawling Henry Pratt Co. in Aurora.
An 11-year-old boy who refused to recite the pledge of allegiance ended up arrested over it.
Anthony Weiner has been released from federal prison and is serving out the rest of his sentence in a halfway house, records show.
You can hear the panic in Mary Hammond’s voice as her husband goes to rescue a woman in their neighbor's house that exploded Friday evening.
The former San Francisco 49ers have settled their grievance cases against the NFL.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg returned to the Supreme Court Friday.
A video posted to social media caught a Southern California woman's racist rant at a mother and son stopping for a cup of coffee.
Former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe is confirming for the first time publicly that there were high-level discussions at the Justice Department about recruiting Cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment.
As the one-year anniversary of the worst day of her life approached, Hayden Korr grew anxious.
After seven years of drought, elated cattle farmers in the Australian state of Queensland welcomed the rainstorms heading their way as a blessing...
If the economy is so great and unemployment is so low, why do so many Americans live paycheck to paycheck? And why don't we seem to care?
Every few months or so, a foot washes ashore in British Columbia, and while that is awful creepy, authorities want you to know there doesn't seem to be anything nefarious going on.
The FBI is hoping portraits of women drawn by the man who says he killed them will help them to identify the victims and notify their families.
Turns out, the mythical African black leopard really does exist.
Ethan Lindenberger grew up thinking that not being vaccinated was normal.
When the government closes, an average of about $275 million in compensation to federal employees is delayed per day.
Public health experts are spurring Facebook to reconsider its suicide prevention efforts by screening posts for their suicide risks.
A photo of two St. Louis-metro firefighter paramedics going above and beyond to get a woman to the hospital has gone viral.
The 61st annual Grammy Awards were pretty historical, from women to rap and several "firsts."
Childish Gambino's "This Is America" won Grammys for song and record of the year on Sunday, becoming the first rap song to win the prestigious awards.
A nationwide manhunt is underway for a disbarred Georgia attorney accused of killing his mother.
A five-year-old boy called 911 after his mother was stabbed to death inside of an Utah trailer home.
A mother was outside her home in Bakersfield, California, with her daughter late Thursday when the house caught fire.
There was a lot going on in the news this week, so you might have missed that six new species of tentacle-nosed catfish were found in the Amazon River.
Thousands of Hoosier children rely on their schools when it comes to finding their next meal.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall are slated to make the English Crown's first visit to Cuba this spring -- but Sen. Rick Scott thinks they should go to Florida instead.
Albert Finney, the Oscar-nominated British actor best known for his roles in "Annie," "Erin Brockovich" and "Tom Jones," has died after a short illness.
Bill Cosby entered the general population last month at the Pennsylvania prison where he's serving at least three years.
The child was kicked, punched, bitten and slapped by a 9-year-old boy back in November.
Abigail Arias is a little girl who had a big dream: to become a police officer.
Maybe Delta should stick to flying planes instead of playing matchmaker.
Kenneth W. Lilly will appear in court Friday to face attempted murder charges after firing at a school bus driver this week in Minnesota.
A 52-year-old photographer is facing numerous sex crime allegations for allegedly assaulting dozens of models -- some of them underage, the FBI said Wednesday.
Two of the largest US regional banks are joining forces in a bid to compete with the nation's biggest players.
Massachusetts' highest court upheld the conviction Wednesday of a woman found guilty of convincing her teen boyfriend to kill himself, but she will remain free as her lawyers work on her next appeal -- at least for the time being.
Pope Francis has acknowledged the sexual abuse of nuns by priests and bishops as a "problem" in the Catholic Church, saying that "we've been working on this for some time."
Like many once-secretive processes, the internet has bought private island sales out into the light thanks to the website Private Islands, Inc.
Police say the body of a woman was found in a suitcase on the side of a road in an upscale Greenwich, Connecticut neighborhood Tuesday.
The police officer who killed Emantic Bradford Jr. at a Birmingham-area mall on Thanksgiving night "did not commit a crime ... and thus will not be criminally charged for his actions."
A Colorado man was running by himself when an 80-pound mountain lion attacked him.
Make no mistake, if it is done in a precipitous and haphazard manner, there are risks to a withdrawal.
A prosecutor is considering an appeal in a sex abuse case after a judge called a 13-year-old girl the "aggressor."
The US and South Korea have reached a preliminary agreement on the cost of keeping nearly 30,000 troops in South Korea.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg made what is believed to be her first public appearance since her December cancer surgery when she attended a performance of "Notorious RBG in Song" on Monday, the Supreme Court spokesperson told CNN.
Kindness is not a term well recognized in 2019.
Several members of Congress have selected guests primed for politics for an evening in the shadow of the recent and possibly looming government shutdowns.
Kristoff St. John, who played played Neil Winters on the CBS daytime soap opera "The Young & the Restless," has died.
Police say an argument between a married couple turned deadly Thursday night when the man was stabbed to death.
The crash killed the male pilot of the plane and four people.
This week the Trump administration learns what Democratic oversight looks like.
Another Super Bowl is in the books, and let's just say it was OK.
The Trump administration defended its efforts to identify and reunify migrant children who had been separated from their undocumented parents along the US-Mexico border in a response to a court order filed Friday.
Two rhinos rammed a toddler with their snouts after she fell into an exhibit at the Brevard Zoo Wednesday.
A vending machine at a Florida elementary school isn't giving out sugary treats. It's dropping knowledge.
A car burst into flames Monday after it plunged nine stories down a Miami parking garage.
James Ingram, the soulful, smooth voice behind R&B hits like "Just Once" and "I Don't Have The Heart," has died at the age of 66.
Stacey Abrams has accepted an invitation to give the Democratic response to the State of the Union address.
President Donald Trump has accepted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's invitation to give his State of the Union address on February 5.
A bus driver is temporarily suspended after two children went missing on Friday afternoon.
Tax filing season is upon us. Soon you will be filing your paperwork and perhaps receiving a nice check — unless thieves file a return in your name first and falsely claim your refund.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said on Sunday he is seriously considering running for president as a "centrist independent" in 2020.
The White House is preparing a draft proclamation for President Donald Trump to declare a national emergency along the southern border and has identified more than $7 billion in potential funds.
President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen announced he is postponing his public congressional testimony that was scheduled for February 7, citing "ongoing threats against his family."
A nurse has been arrested after an investigation of a healthcare facility where a patient gave birth while in a vegetative state.
The Senate is expected to vote on a bipartisan bill that would reopen parts of the government.
Living to the ripe old age of 90 may depend on your body size -- both height and weight -- as well as your level of physical activity.
He didn't know her name. Nor did he know who lived in the nearby squat, ranch-style house with beige siding, set back from the rural Wisconsin road by a cluster of trees shedding golden leaves. What he knew for certain, Patterson would tell investigators, was that she was "the girl he was going to take."
Marches were held across the nation over the weekend, including in West Michigan, with the March in Grand Rapids seeing a serious safety concern for some who were participating.
The tragedy came three weeks after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed to fight fuel theft gangs that drill dangerous, illegal taps into pipelines.
President Donald Trump laid out a broad immigration deal in an address from the Diplomatic Reception Room on Saturday that would fund his signature border wall in exchange for temporary protections for more than one million immigrants.
Jamal Khashoggi probably thought the messages he was sending to fellow Saudi dissident Omar Abdulaziz were hidden, cloaked in WhatsApp security. In reality they were compromised -- along with the rest of Abdulaziz's phone, which had allegedly been infected by Pegasus, a powerful piece of malware designed to spy on its users.
President Donald Trump proposed extending protections for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients and individuals with Temporary Protected Status in exchange for border wall funding in remarks Saturday afternoon.
The US military said Saturday that an airstrike near the Jilib, Middle Juba Region of Somalia killed more than 50 al-Shabaab militants.
The Tempe Police Department on Friday released body-camera footage of the incident involving the teen, identified as Antonio Arce by the city's mayor.
Professional bull rider Mason Lowe died Tuesday evening after he was injured in competition in Denver, according to Professional Bull Rider CEO Sean Gleason.
A 96-year-old woman just barely escaped from her car before a train smashed into it.
Jayme Closs and her mother hid in the bathtub after a man dressed in black showed up at their home. A shot rang out as they huddled together.
The suspect in the Jayme Closs case tried to kidnap her twice before, the criminal complaint says.
A Canadian citizen in China has been sentenced to death after a court convicted him of drug smuggling on Monday.
Cartel members at the trial of El Chapo say drugs aren't smuggled through open parts of the US-Mexico border.
The ship will return to Port Canaveral, Florida, on Saturday, a day earlier than expected.
A man was caught on surveillance camera licking a doorbell.
The rate of people dying from cancer in the United States seems to have dropped steadily for 25 years, a new study says, but disparities remain between the rich and the poor.
Cyntoia Denise Brown, a woman serving a life sentence for killing a man who bought her for sex when she was 16 years old, has been granted clemency, the Tennessee governor's office said Monday.
The Golden Globes veered toward more comfortable territory for Hollywood -- namely, patting itself on the back.
A Florida girl whose SAT retest score is being investigated over alleged signs of possible cheating said Friday he's waiting for the test's administrators to show him their evidence.
The man behind the 2000 attack on the USS Cole is believed to have been killed in a US airstrike in Yemen on Tuesday, according to a US administration official.
An attempt to discredit freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez using a video from her past backfired -- sending many on social media defending her instead.
House Democrats approved a legislative package aimed at ending the partial government shutdown, while rejecting President Donald Trump's demand for additional funding for a border wall.
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and Republican Rep. Francis Rooney proposed a Constitutional amendment on Thursday that would impose term limits on members of both houses of Congress.
The unemployment rate rose to 3.9% as more people were looking for work. It had been at a 50-year low of 3.7% for three straight months.
Apple is feeding some of Wall Street's biggest fears.
Nancy Pelosi was officially elected the new House speaker on Thursday in a majority vote by the House of Representatives on the first day of the 116th Congress.
Pope Francis bluntly criticized Catholic bishops in the US for their approach to the church's sexual abuse crisis, saying in a letter Thursday.
Six people were killed and 16 injured in an accident Wednesday morning involving a commuter train on the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark, Danish police said.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un affirmed his apparent commitment to denuclearization during an annual New Year's address Tuesday, but warned that he may need to pursue "a new way" if the United States continues to make "one-sided demands" of Pyongyang.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren took a major step toward a presidential run on Monday, announcing in a video message and email to supporters that she is forming an exploratory committee ahead of an expected campaign for the Democratic nomination in 2020.
At least four people are dead and dozens missing after a suspected gas explosion ripped through an apartment building in southern Russia on Monday
At least two people were killed and dozens wounded in an explosion outside a shopping mall in the southern Philippines Monday.
Holiday sales grew at their fastest pace in six years, buoyed by rising wages and a drop in gas prices.
The 18-year-old who said that actor Kevin Spacey groped him at a Nantucket bar in 2016 took Snapchat video of the alleged assault, and investigators have that video, according to a criminal complaint filed in Nantucket District Court.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was discharged from the hospital on Tuesday and is recuperating at home after undergoing surgery, according to a court spokesperson.
The parents of the 16-year-old black varsity wrestler who was forced to cut his dreadlocks before a match have spoken out for the first time since the incident.
A surgery center is warning more than 3,000 patients that they may have been exposed to bloodborne pathogens if they had a procedure at its ambulatory in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, between January and September 2018.
Wall Street, markets and business crave certainty. For the past month, they have been contending with confusion and disorder.
The new governor of the Mexican state of Puebla and her politician husband were killed Monday in a helicopter crash in central Mexico, according to the head of their political party.
Alarmed investors sent the Dow plunging more than 650 points in a shortened trading session on Monday.
A 17-year-old boy with autism told dispatchers he had been kicked out of his apartment and was at a neighbor’s home wondering what to do.
One woman in Colorado certainly made into Santa's naughty list.
The two sailors had been stranded on their boat for nearly 3 weeks. They were adrift and out of fuel, low on fresh water, and surviving off what fish they managed to catch.
Two police officers moved in to stop a flash mob routine at a Florida mall but to the surprise of onlookers they busted out their best dance moves.
There was no warning before the waves struck the Pandeglang district, said Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.
President Donald Trump announced on Sunday he would replace Defense Secretary James Mattis at the start of the new year, two months earlier than Mattis' planned departure.
The Senate adjourned for the day Saturday afternoon without coming to an agreement on a spending deal that would end a partial government shutdown -- guaranteeing the federal closures will continue until after Christmas.
The New Jersey Division of Civil Rights is investigating an incident at a high school wrestling match this week in which a referee told a black wrestler to cut off his dreadlocks or forfeit the match.
An Indiana mom out of jail after police arrested her for leaving her sons, 4 and 7, home alone says she did it out of necessity.
A New York subway rider might have earned himself a spot for life on Santa's "nice" list after he turned in a purse with $10,000 cash he found on a train platform.
The family of Carla Stefaniak, a Florida woman killed in a resort in Costa Rica last month, has filed a lawsuit in US court against Airbnb and the apartment complex where she stayed.
Health investigators have identified the outbreak strain of salmonella in samples of raw turkey pet food, raw turkey products and live turkeys, the CDC said.
Illegally manufactured fentanyl was the driving force behind a 45.2% increase in deaths involving synthetic opioids from 2016 to 2017
President Donald Trump has begun polling advisers about whether he has the legal authority to fire Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.
A partial government shutdown wouldn't cancel Christmas, but some of the people making things runs smoothly ahead of and after the holiday could be affected.