Outgoing Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) defends his praise of Democrat Phil Bredesen, who's running in the race to replace him. However, he said he still plans to support the Republican nominee.
President Trump's aides aren't exactly buying all the good vibes around Pyongyang's offer to freeze nuclear weapons testing, the Washington Post reports. Unnamed by the Post , these aides see Kim Jong Un's promise to stop tests and close a nuclear facility as important for what it's missing—a promise to...
The leader of major political protests that have gripped the Armenian capital for more than a week has been arrested, and the streets of Yerevan are echoing with the blare of car horns in a new technique for expressing opposition
Authorities say an early morning crash involving a dump truck and two other vehicles in New Jersey killed two Philadelphia residents and seriously injured three other people
New York actress Allison Mack was arrested Friday on charges that she recruited women into a secret society led by self-help guru Keith Raniere in which they were forced to have sex with Raniere and were branded with his initials. Nathan Frandino reports.
Russia's communications watchdog agency says it is adding some Google IP addresses to the state register of banned sites, as a dispute over a banned messaging app intensifies
The recent Republican tax cuts and the bipartisan agreement to raise federal spending have done a number on already high budget deficits. CNN's Victor Blackwell explains how the outlook could be even worse than previously thought.
Britain's health secretary has threatened to introduce new laws targeting online social media companies if they don't do more to protect children
The Trump administration's first state dinner is a major moment of diplomacy for the Trump administration, but it's also the culmination of months of thoughtful work and attention to detail by first lady Melania Trump and her East Wing staff. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.
More than five decades after Americans filled the streets to demand civil rights and protest against the Vietnam War, thousands are embracing a new culture of resistance unlike anything since
In a nod to Earth Day, New York City shut down two miles of perhaps its most iconic street, Broadway, for six hours on Saturday. In place of honking cabs and fumes were pedestrians, anything on two wheels, artistic performances, fitness classes, craft workshops, vendors, free rollerblade rentals, and educational...