The Vatican showed "Spotlight," contender for best picture, Thursday to launch a three-day meeting on combating sex abuse in the Catholic Church.
As a hearing enters a third day for the convicted killer at the center of popular podcast "Serial," the focus of testimony has shifted away from an alibi witness toward cell tower data that defense attorneys contend was misleading
Taiwan's official news agency says rescuers have pulled out more than 120 people from a 16-story residential high-rise that collapsed in a 6.4-magnitude earthquake
California Lottery officials say nobody has stepped forward with the winning ticket for the record $63 million SuperLottoPlus jackpot _ but it's too early to call a forfeit
Barbie and Hot Wheels could join Disney Princess dolls in a new global stable of toys if reported merger talks seal a $20 billion deal between Mattel and Hasbro. Kirsty Basset reports.
Federal and state law enforcement officials have arrested 10 people on drug charges alleging they distributed drugs that helped fuel the worst HIV outbreak in Indiana history
An autopsy confirmed experimental tests detecting CTE in former linebacker Fred McNeill. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta sat down exclusively with McNeill's family.
'MediaBuzz' host reacts to Clinton's debate performance, push in New Hampshire
Investors have given LinkedIn a poor job review in the form of a dramatic sell-off that wiped out nearly $10 billion in the professional networking service's market value after it issued a surprise forecast for slower growth this year
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck off the coast of Taiwan has caused a building to collapse in the city of Tainan. CNN's Nina dos Santos has the details.
An experiment in Germany could be a large step in the direction of giving the world the clean, seemingly endless energy that would be nuclear fusion. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
France is the first country to pass and now enforce a law that makes it illegal for grocery stores to discard food that's about to expire.
The lawyer for a New York-born man who pleaded guilty to supporting al-Qaida says the U.S. government owes financial damages for failing to quickly diagnose his injuries after his arrest