A new arrest in connection with the Paris terror attacks; new surveillance video shows one of France's most wanted terrorists entering Turkey on her way to Syria; a jihadist turned CIA double agent.
Protests erupt in New York; Sony Pictures decides to release the movie "The Interview" after all; a severe tornado slams Mississippi.
Oregon police search for a gunman who shot and wounded three teenagers; Washington DC is the site of a massive protest rally, the National March Against Police Violence organized by the Reverend Al Sharpton.
America's top spy defends his agency; Eric Garner's daughter stages a die-in; New York police officials decide whether the officer at the center of the chokehold case will keep his job; new accusations against Bill Cosby.
The officer at the center of the Eric Garner case tells investigators he did not use a chokehold; a 12year-old black boy.. shot and killed by a white officer who didn't know the boy was holding a toy gun.
Protests from Brooklyn to Berkeley, police preparing for possible violence; protesterslooking to disrupt the Royal Couple's visit to New York; Eric Garner's son.
Police around the country gear up for a second night of demonstrations over the death of Eric Garner; another police department under fire after a white officer shot and killed a 12-year-old black boy.
A grand jury decides not to indict a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man; Police across New York are gearing up for major protests.
Attorney General Eric Holder speaks on race and the police; the FBI issuse the strongest warning to date of ISIS attacks in the U.S.; the Obama girls are called out on social media.
Federal investigators are looking at whether arsonists targeted Michael Brown's father's church; hundreds of flights canceled, huge traffic delays expected with 30 million people in the path of a crippling winter storm.
More National Guard troops head to Ferguson amid violent protests over the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson; Wilson shares his story with the media.
Was Michael Brown surrendering with his hands up when he was shot? And what's next for Darren Wilson?
The Ferguson grand jury decision could come at any minute; new video of Bill Cosby kicking off his comedy tour as two new accusers come forward.
Exclusive interview with Ferguson's embattled police chief; one of Bill Cosby's accusers speaks to OutFront; the President with an historic address on immigration reform.
The prosecutor in the Michael Brown grand jury case states he will publicly reveal all the evidence and testimony; Buffalo's deadly and historic snowstorm; a super model joins the list of women accusing Bill Cosby of rape.
The governor of Missouri is activating the National Guard; the beheading of a third American hostage, this time the ISIS video may hold new clues; another woman accuses Bill Cosby of rape.
A new tape of militants in Egypt pledging allegiance to ISIS; Missouri's governor says he's ready to call the National Guard; a man charged with murder after his wife fell off a cliff.
The prime minister of Israel warning the U.S. against a nuclear deal with Iran; the operation to bring back U.S. prisoners from North Korea; Ben Stein says the problem with race in the U.S is a pathetic, self-defeating black underclass.
President Obama is doubling the number of U.S. boots on the ground in Iraq; the FBI raids the home of a senior American Diplomat.
Will Democrats lose the Senate; new video shows ISIS brainwashing children with brutal indoctrination movie; teens are stopped on their way to join the terror group; Brittany Maynard ends her life, her story and the controversy.
Suspected cop killer Eric Frain is captured; the nurse defying the governor of Maine; Suze Orman on apple CEO Tim Cook's announcement.
A deadly high school shooting; an update about the hatchet attack on four New York policemen; new details about U.S. Ebola patients.
A Canadian gunman shoots and kills a soldier in Ottawa; newly released autopsy results may shed new light on the Ferguson police shooting case.
The family of the second nurse with Ebola hires a defense attorney; a UN aid worker dead from Ebola, the worker's spouse now infected; former British prime minister Tony Blair.
The second nurse diagnosed with Ebola may have been ill for days before she was hospitalized; another plane-load of passengers possibly exposed to the deadly virus; health workers move an Ebola patient, but why was one man unprotected?
A second Dallas nurse diagnosed with Ebola; the UN says the Ebola epidemic must be controlled within 60 days or the world faces a quote unprecedented situation with no plan.
A friend says the Dallas nurse who contracted Ebola wore a hazmat suit; the head of the CDC admits as many as 76 health care workers may have been exposed at that Texas hospital.
The Dow's biggest drop of the year; the family of Ebola patient Thomas Duncan; a major development in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
A possible second Ebola patient in Dallas; the first man with Ebola in the U.S. has died; new screening procedures in some airports around the country.
The FBI issues an alert for an English-speaking terrorist; new ISIS video...militants firing on a key town on the border of Syria and Turkey.
Ebola in the U.S.. Why was the Ebola patient sent home after he told hospital staff he was feverish and had just flown in from West Africa?
A break in the case of a missing student.
The FBI director's thoughts on the impact of airstrikes in Syria; Iraq's prime minister blindsides U.S. intel officials; an arrest is made in the missing UVA student case.
The man kidnapped with Steven Sotloff tells his story; Ray Rice and the players union appeal his suspension.
The U.S. launches airstrikes against ISIS; Ray Rice wants his suspension overturned.
What did Ray Rice really tell NFL execs about a domestic violence incident caught on video; CBS makes a major pre-game decision to pull Rihanna's opening song; new concerns about the size of ISIS.
A new report claims an NFL executive received the video of Ray Rice punching his now-wife several months ago; President Obama tells the nation about plans for the next phase against ISIS.
President Obama informs Congress he has the authority to act against ISIS; Ray Rice opens up; Apple shows off its newest toys.
U.S. officials claim they may have identified the masked man in the ISIS video of James Foley's execution; NFL player Ray Rice suspended indefinitely; six months since MH370 disappeared without a trace.
Joan Rivers dead at the age of 81; yet another American suspected of fighting for ISIS.
The family of the second American executed by ISIS speaks out; a special report on the terror group's barbaric tactics; the high price of pot; man sentenced to life without parole for possession of marijuana.
Video appears to show another American beheaded by ISIS; are your darkest secrets at risk? Hackers release nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities.
The UK raises its terror alert because of ISIS, is the U.S. at risk too; two Ferguson-area police officers are off the force because of actions during the Michael Brown protests.
An American man turned jihadi died fighting for ISIS in Syria; surveillance flights now under way near the Syrian border; new audio allegedly from the Michael Brown shooting now being analyzed by the FBI.
The Obama administration's conflicting messages regarding ISIS; remembering Michael Brown.
The White House considers the beheading of an American a terror attack; Lady Al Qaeda, why ISIS demanded her release before beheading James Foley; calls for justice in the Michael Brown shooting.
Another police officer in Ferguson, MO in the spotlight; breaking news on the brutal beheading of an American at the hands of ISIS.
The prosecutor in the Michael Brown case is under fire; an American is beheaded by ISIS.
The National Guard arrives in Ferguson, Mo.; results from the Michael Brown autopsy; the President is on the defensive over more airstrikes in Iraq.
Protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri; the officer who killed Brown has been identified; witnesses claim Brown was unarmed, but just-released surveillance video may shed new light on the case.
More violent clashes between protestors and police In Ferguson, Mo.; Robin Williams' widow reveals the actor had Parkinson's disease.
American boots hit the ground in Iraq for a rescue mission; Israel launches airstrikes on suspected terrorist sites in Gaza.
New details about Robin William's death; more U.S. military personnel head to Iraq; President Obama comments on the shooting of an unarmed black teenager.
Hollywood mourns the loss of Robin Williams.
The U.S. considers air strikes on Iraq after ISIS targets tens of thousands of Christians; another Ukrainian fighter jet is shot down; the latest on the Ebola outbreak in Africa.
President Obama uses strong words against Hamas; the CDC is on its highest alert regarding Ebola.
A U.S. general is killed in action; potential new cases of Ebola around the world; a major Russian troop buildup along the Ukrainian border.
The Israel-Hamas truce collapses after a suicide bombing; Israel claims Hamas kidnapped a soldier; a Hamas spokesman speaks to CNN; Two Americans with ebola will be brought back to the United States.
A brief ceasefire is announced in Gaza; two Americans being treated for the Ebola virus are brought back to the U.S.
More explosions rock Gaza,this time a school and open marketplace are hit. The White House says Israel must do more to protect civilians. Two more Americans may have been exposed to the Ebola virus.
The latest from Gaza; new details from Malaysian Flight 17's black box recorders; two Americans are infected with the Ebola virus.
The latest on the Air Algerie plane crash; Hamas and Israel agree to a temporary cease fire; new details in the investigation into who shot down MH-17.
The latest on the investigation into who shot down flight 17.
Two military planes shot down in Ukraine; flights to and from Israel are grounded.
U.S. flights to and from Israel are grounded; the latest on the investigation into Flight 17.
Live pictures of the Malaysian Airlines wreckage; what we're learning about the passengers who died in the attack, including a U.S. citizen; new details about the missile launcher that took down the jet.
A Malaysia Airlines plane goes down in Ukraine; Israel launches a ground offensive into the Gaza strip.
Palestinian children killed while playing on the beach; the alleged killer call girl says she didn't have anything to do with a Google executive's death but the proof could be on videotape.
The Middle East cease-fire fails; growing terror threat; the alleged killer call girl prepares to to face a judge.
Possible cease fire in the Middle East; a major plane manufacturer plans to cram even more seats into its jets.
Erin reports from the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference in Idaho.
The president takes on the border crisis in Texas; the latest from the Middle East; Israel warns of a ground invasion in the Gaza strip.
An increase in undocumented immigrants pouring into the US; Israel warning of a ground offensive into Gaza; one city votes to give free marijuana to the poor.
Tropical storm Arthur gains strength; changes to airport security could be imminent; mysterious mechanical problems force a plane back to LAX.
Violence is escalating in the Middle East; a storm warning heading into the holiday weekend; a medical professional tells us which types of counterfeit beauty products could potentially kill you.
More Americans arrive in Iraq; a father finds out his missing son is alive; team USA advances in the World Cup.
A Republican Senator was allegedly targeted by an IRS official; a teen plotted to bomb his school and kill his family.
Militant fighters in Iraq and on the Syrian border; Hillary Rodham Clinton gets help from her husband; a World Cup soccer player takes a bite out of the competition.
Iraq's largest oil refinery is believed to be in the hands of terrorists; Congress grills the IRS chief.
President Obama sends U.S. forces back to Iraq; dozens possibly exposed to anthrax.
Republican Senator Ted Cruz; the suspected Benghazi mastermind is arrested; Doctor Oz grilled on Capitol Hill.
Iraq asks the U.S. for airstrikes; Dr. Oz under fire.
The White House is sending troops to Iraq; President George W Bush's Iraq envoy, Ambassador Paul Bremer; tornadoes in the U.S.
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl is on his way back to the U.S; militants take over major cities in Iraq; George Bush takes another birthday plunge.
A victory for Al Qaeda; a huge political upset; Paula Deen's comeback.
Another deadly school shooting; President Obama says it's time to change America's gun laws; Erin is back from Qatar, where five Taliban members were released in exchange for Sgt. Bergdahl.
A U.S. official says he's confident the pings are from missing flight 370's black box; new information in the investigation and more mixed messages from officials in charge of the search and criminal probe.
Learning about Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's time in captivity; a U.S. official states he was forced to live in a cage; exclusive interview with National Security Adviser Susan Rice.
A shooting at Seattle Pacific University campus.
The Senate is briefed on the deal that freed Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl; two girls allegedly stab their friend numerous times.
A report indicates soldier Bowe Bergdahl left his post before being captured by the Taliban; CNN has new details about Bergdahl's release; two pre-teens are accused of stabbing their friend to death.
Bowe Bergdahl is released in a prisoner exchange with the Taliban but a fellow soldier insists Bergdahl is a deserter; the latest on the search for Malaysia Flight 370.
A setback in the search for Flight 370; two airplanes almost collide mid-air; rampage killings by affluent young men.
A setback in the search for Flight 370; an investigation inside the mind of a child killer.
A vigil for six people murdered by shooter Elliott Rodger; how the White House blew the cover of a top CIA spy; Malaysia Flight 370 raw satellite data is released.
Tornadoes threaten millions; a California woman missing for 10 years is found; another NBA owner in hot water.
President Obama speaks about the VA scandal; a tough prison term for selling hash brownies; Pat Sajak.
Radiation leak at a U.S. nuclear facility; one of the biggest bands in rock and roll history faces a lawsuit; toxic jerky treats are linked to more than a thousand dog deaths.
Two planes almost collide at Newark Liberty International Airport; a model is charged with attempted murder for road rage.
A near collision between two 757s; information about the satellite data at the center of the search for Flight 370.
Wildfires rage in southern California; new information about the search for Flight 370; the man who says he's the Zodiac Killer's son.
Many are dead or missing after a mine collapse; Magic Johnson responds to Donald Sterling's comments.
Nigeria's options to get the kidnapped girls returned; a look at V. Stiviano.
A passenger plane almost collides with a drone; brothers ousted from hosting an HGTV reality show believe they were targeted because of their religion; questioning the search for Flight 370.
A major U.S. embassy is closed; reaction to Monica Lewinsky's comments.
More girls have been kidnapped in Nigeria; Monica Lewinksy breaks her silence.
Investigating why officials waited four hours before doing anything about Flight 370; video of a Baltimore landslide; the latest on Donald Sterling.
The latest on the Donald Sterling controversy; a botched execution in Oklahoma.
The NBA bans Clippers owner Donald Sterling for life; the latest on Malaysia Flight 370.
Teams searching for Malaysia Flight 370 change direction. The builder of a sunken South Korean ferry has a record of disasters at sea.
The Prime Minister of Malaysia is interviewed; new information about the South Korean ferry disaster.
Debris washes up on an Australian beach; questions about what was really on the South Korean ferry; the mother of another stowaway speaks out.
New details about the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; searching for survivors after a South Korean ferry capsizes.
Awaiting underwater search results; a teenager survives a five hour flight in a plane's landing gear.
The latest on Flight 370; the captain of the ferry that sank off the coast of South Korea is under arrest.
A major blow to the investigation into missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370; breaking news on that sunken ship off the coast of South Korea; a race against time to save the nearly 300 people still missing.
Why the Navy's best hope for finding the missing plane has turned up nothing; a ship full of teenagers on a high school trip sinks.
Searching the ocean floor for Flight 370; an Ebola outbreak hits a city of two million; video of al Qaeda leaders meeting.
Underwater drone being used to search for Flight 370 returns early; white supremacist accused of killing three in the Jewish Community Center shooting.
Health and Human Services Secretary, Kathleen Sebelius, is resigning; standing by for confirmation of a fifth ping in the search for the missing plane; we now know the last words from the cockpit came from the captain.
The Flight 370 search area is changed; more than 20 students stabbed at a Pennsylvania high school.
Searchers race to reconfirm pings that may be from Flight 370; Oscar Pistorius testifies.
Searchers look to confirm that the pings detected in the ocean are from Flight 370; Oscar Pistorius takes the stand.
The latest on the search for Malaysian Flight 370.
Details about the Fort Hood shooter; authorities brief families of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
A shooter at Fort Hood has the base locked down and security personnel chasing a suspect. A military officer on the base said he heard sirens, and has been told to shelter in place.
A British submarine joins the search for flight 370; GM executives are grilled about a defective ignition switch.
Satellite images show more objects floating in the Indian Ocean; Russian troops on high alert.
Investigators focus on the pilot and co-pilot of the missing flight; new satellite images show 122 objects in the water; new intelligence shows how close Russia is to invading Ukraine.
Search efforts for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 resume; the latest on the deadly landslides in Washington.
The search for the missing flight is suspended; the Malaysian government says the plane crashed; deadly landslide in Washington.
What the pilots said moments before Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared; transcripts surface between the cockpit and ground control.
The latest on the search for Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
President Obama speaks about Flight 370; why information was supposedly deleted from the pilot's homemade flight simulator.
New details about how the missing Malaysia Airlines jet went off course. We talk to a retired Malaysia Airlines pilot who flew the plane that has been missing.
New details on the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight.
Report says the Malaysia Airlines plane changed altitude dramatically after it lost contact with ground control. What happened in that cockpit? And why some families of missing loved ones say they're hoping it was a hijacking.
New information about Flight 370 and realistic and outlandish theories.
The Chinese government releases images of what may be missing flight 370; a look at the safety of the Boeing 777.
The latest on Malaysia Airline Flight 370; accusations that the CIA is spying on Congress.
Evidence connected to the Malaysian jet. Lake Michigan is hit with record ice cover.
Russian President Vladimir Putin tightens his grip on Crimea. Charges are filed against the mother who drove her children into the ocean.
President Obama and Vladimir Putin talk.
U.S. intelligence and the crisis in Ukraine; a mother drives a van with three kids inside into the ocean; a surprising admission in the Oscar Pistorius trail.
Russia tests a missile as the crisis in Ukraine continues; President Obama's tense phone call with Vladimir Putin; the Oscar Pistorius murder trial.
Ukraine threatens military action; testimony in the trial of Oscar Pistorius.
President Obama warns Russia; a new winter storm threatens more than 100 million across America.
The President discusses growing up without a father, getting high and the deaths of Trayon Martin and Jordan Davis.
A GOP congressman wants to close a big tax loophole; Spike Lee's rant about race and real estate.
Ted Nugent says he's a changed man; Rush Limbaugh on the Arizona governor and a controversial bill.
Protesters in Arizona say the state is allowing discrimination against homosexuals; Ted Nugent's controversial comments.
Airports and airlines around the world are on high alert; Colorado makes a killing on weed; Ted Nugent's comments on the President.
Coverage from the Ukraine; Facebook spends $19 billion for an app; Ted Nugent comments on the president.
Violence spiraling out of control in Kiev; Mike Rowe on his controversial Walmart ad.
A four-year-old refugee caught on camera trying to escape Syria's brutality; outrage after jurors fail to convict a white man of first degree murder.
A war on the one percent? What one man is saying in defense of billionaires. Also, what US speedskaters reportedly say is to blame for their poor performance. Plus, Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The catastrophic winter storm is wreaking havoc and is now blamed for at least 16 deaths; two people dead after opening a bomb sent through the mail, authorities have just made a major announcement in the case.
Snow and ice wreak havoc on the southeast U.S.; Senator Rand Paul sues the President.
The star of Dirty Jobs is under fire tonight for teaming up with Wal-Mart; a look inside Philip Seymour Hoffman's private diary.
A CEO blames distressed babies for cuts in employee benefits; who does Hillary Clinton blame for the Monica Lewinsky scandal; the latest in the Michael Dunn trial.
The president's nominee for Ambassador to Argentina; AOL's CEO says he's cutting retirement benefits for his employees; recreating Philip Seymour Hoffman's image to finish his final movie.
U.S. officials on high alert in the face of terror threats; Philip Seymour Hoffman is remembered by friends and family.
Terror warning for U.S. airlines; four people are under arrest in connection with drugs found in Philip Seymour Hoffman's apartment.
The family of the 13-year old girl declared brain dead looks for a miracle; a major shakeup at "Saturday Night Live." Don Lemon hosts.
An Italian Court convicts Amanda Knox of murder; a look at the storm that paralyzed Atlanta; examining what was in Justin Bieber system when he was arrested.
The Fed makes an announcement and sends stocks falling; Jim Cramer; Atlanta is blindsided by winter weather.
Details about the Maryland mall gunman; Hillary Clinton reveals her biggest regret as Secretary of State.
Interview with the NFL's Richard Sherman; details about Justin Bieber's blood-alcohol level when he was arrested.
The Obama administration looks to bring Edward Snowden home; audio of Richard Sherman's trash talking; Justin Bieber busted.
The White House back tracks on President Obama's comments about marijuana; Toronto Mayor Rob Ford storms out of his own press conference.
The former governor of Virginia speaks after being indicted on federal charges; new video of a rambling and incoherent Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
A massive and deadly explosion in Nebraska; a Maryland mother informs police she stabbed her two toddlers to death as part of an exorcism; Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman defends his passionate post-game interview.
A video confirms the only American P.O.W. is alive; the dramatic 9-1-1 calls as a 12-year-old allegedly opens fire in his middle school; shocking new video of Asiana Flight 2-1-4.
A shooting at a New Mexico middle school; a commercial jet lands at the wrong airport.
President Obama responds to a White House P.R. nightmare; a plane full of passengers lands at the wrong airport.
Don Lemon hosts.
Terror threats targeting the Olympics; a report claims Obamacare could cost 2.5 million jobs; new details about Philip Seymour Hoffman's final hours.
The latest on Chris Christie and the bridge scandal; new details surrounding the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Chris Christie apologizes; a teenager is shot and killed just seconds after an officer arrives on the scene. Don Lemon hosts.
Chris Christie under fire; Dennis Rodman's strange trip gets stranger; a call for help ends with a deadly police shooting.
Obama is criticized by a former member of his own cabinet; outrage after police shoot and kill a mentally ill teenager. Don Lemon hosts.
Don Lemon hosts.
The northeast braces for a potentially historic storm; a priest is found murdered in his church; a major announcement about Duck Dynasty.
Don Lemon hosts.
Don Lemon hosts.
Don Lemon hosts.
Don Lemon hosts.
Don Lemon hosts.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
An Indian diplomat is arrested in New York; the Mega Millions jackpot passes $600 million. Jake Tapper anchors.
The NSA's spying program suffers a major blow; Google's robot army. Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
Jake Tapper anchors.
The death of Nelson Mandela. Jake Tapper anchors.
One year anniversary of the shooting at Newtown; Vice President Joe Biden in China; new incriminating allegations about embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
A train engineer tries to remember what happened before a deadly derailment; Bob Dylan accused of inciting hate.
The latest on the crash that killed four people; Paul Walker's friends remember his final moments.
A teen who beheaded children is free in Texas; a deadly storm wreaks havoc on holiday plans.
A winter storm sweeps across the East Coast; prosecutors want Amanda Knox to spend 30 years in prison; the Affordable Care Act heads back to the Supreme Court.
The U.S. is on the verge of an historic deal with Iran. President John F. Kennedy is remembered. New info about a young teacher found dead behind her school.
Democrats blow up a 40-year-old law; hate crime at an American college.
The Presidential Medal of Freedom is awarded to 16 people.
A conservative congressman is busted for cocaine; new allegations against George Zimmerman.
George Zimmerman is arrested on domestic violence charges.
Democrats vote with Republicans today on a measure to reinstate health care plans canceled due to Obamacare.
With millions of Americans receiving cancellation notices from their insurance companies, the President offers up a fix.
Obamacare numbers are released; families ripped apart in the Philippines.
Former President Bill Clinton takes on President Obama's misleading promise.
Hundreds of thousands are homeless and hungry in the Philippines; the NFL player at the center of a bullying controversy defends his actions.
The president apologizes for his promise that everyone can keep their health care plans under Obamacare.
The President defends his health care law again and answers critics in his own party.
A shocking memo uncovered by CNN. A whistleblower calls out the Department of Homeland Security. Michelle Knight describes her time in captivity.
Kathleen Sebelius in the hot seat; more allegations against the NSA; Dr. Martin MacNeill's daughter testifies.
Spying on allies; grisly discovery at two water treatment plants; Dr. Martin MacNeill's mistress speaks.
Questions about world leaders targeted by the NSA; two prisoners on the run after an unusual escape.
The murder conviction of Michael Skakel is thrown out; a White House mole unearthed.
Obamacare under siege; a terrorist receives health care on the taxpayers' dime; Apple's big gamble.
A student opens fire at a Nevada middle school; the latest on Obamacare.
The latest on the shutdown as a vote nears.
Government shutdown; patient dumping; a teenager reports being raped by a high school football player.
Confusion over a debt deal.
The latest on the government shutdown; a woman vanishes from a hospital and is found dead weeks later.
President Obama opens the door to a short term debt ceiling increase.
A high-speed car chase and a deadly shooting at Capitol Hill; Senate Majority leader Harry Reid.
President Obama meets with leaders in Congress; Senator Rand Paul; violent confrontation between a motorist and a group of bikers.
The House votes on three bills to ease the shutdown pain; deadly rockslide in Colorado.
Anticipating the big House vote that could shut down the government; U.S. officials said they thwarted the biggest single plot since 9-11.
The U.S. and Russia appear to have a deal regarding Syria's chemical weapons; international manhunt for the alleged terrorist known as the white widow.
Senator Ted Cruz's marathon talk ends; Israel's ambassador to the US on Hassan Rouhani.
The biggest news from the U.N. today; CNN has just confirmed a female body has been recovered among the dead attackers in Kenya; Ted Cruz in the middle of a marathon speech over defunding Obamacare.
Terrorists slaughtering people at a popular mall overseas; a talk with a woman who was inside the mall during the seige; a concert in Connecticut turns into a 'mass casualty event,' authorities say a powerful new narcotic is to blame.
Syria moves its chemical weapons again; the company that vetted the man responsible for the Navy Yard massacre also vetted another infamous figure.
The DOW surges; police find two cars in a lake with bodies inside.
Investigating suspected DC Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis.
Deadly shooting rampage in Washington D.C.
Colorado floods; intelligence reports on Syria; newlywed allegedly pushed her groom off a cliff.
A fire has engulfs a New Jersey boardwalk; Syria agrees to sign on to the International Chemical Weapons ban.
America is faced with another security crisis; TSA screener accused of making threats against an American airport.
President Obama addresses the nation; a newlywed is found dead at the bottom of a cliff.
President Obama speaks with Wolf Blitzer about Syria; a look at America's top secret bomb lab; George Zimmerman detained by police.
Video complicates the debate over military action in Syria; NSA leaker Edward Snowden report.
John Kerry makes a case for a strike against Syria.
Update on the crisis in Syria; what a 64-year old woman did today that defies belief and what is Molly and why is it so deadly?
The crisis in Syria; a 64-year old woman defies belief; deadly Molly.
The official intelligence report on Syria's chemical weapons; Kate Middleton makes her first public appearance since giving birth.
The latest on the situation in Syria; Obama Administration will not interfere with the state laws that legalize marijuana; Montana teacher sentenced to only 30 days in prison for having sex with his teenage student.
President Obama's plans for Syria; a Montana man is convicted of raping his student; Dr. Martin Luther King's vision 50 years later.
The White House ratchets up the pressure on Syria; the stock market takes a dive; an outbreak of measles in the U.S.
The latest on Syria; an update on the three women held captive for a decade in Cleveland; a massive wildfire burns in the west.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner resigns; A manhunt is underway for a second suspect in the beating of a World War II veteran; A baby panda is born at the National Zoo.
Bradley Manning makes a dramatic announcement; chemical attack in Syria.
A gunman opens fire in a Georgia school; police say three teens shot and killed an unarmed man just for the fun of it; conference call between Al Qaeda leaders.
Wildfire threatens homes; the Hannah Anderson kidnapping case; wild animal attacks.
The DOW drop; President Obama on the violence in Egypt; Hannah Anderson.
Cargo plane crash in Alabama; clashes in Cairo; the 16-year old girl abducted by her father's friend, gives an interview.
U.S. Intelligence officials learn of possible American embassy attacks; Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.); serial killer.
A murder suspect on the run with a 16-year-old girl; A man admits to killing his wife and then posts a photo of her body on Facebook.
The manhunt for a suspect cops believe has a teenage girl; how al Qaeda communicates; Dr. Sanjay Gupta.
The terrorist intercept that prompted the U.S. to close 22 embassies; Cleveland's house of horrors comes down; audio tapes of the San Diego mayor accused of sexual harassment.
The Justice Department has filed criminal charges in the deadly attack on Benghazi; a manhunt for a murder suspect, believed to have two children with him.
Threats prompt embassy closures; new images of the Asiana plane crash; a motorist plows into a crowd on Venice Beach.
An increase in terrorist chatter leads the State Department to close 21 U.S. embassies in the Middle East.
Ariel Castro in court; Edward Snowden makes a move; Anthony Weiner explains his pseudonym Carlos Danger.
More on the NSA's program to collect phone records.
Bradley Manning found guilty of releasing classified information; a brazen escape caught on tape.
Two commuter trains collide; former president is livid with Anthony Weiner; the Pope's shocking words.
The mayor of San Diego faces sexual harassment accusations; Ariel Castro pleas; latest from the Anthony Weiner sexting scandal.
New information about Monday's Southwest airlines crash; a new juror from the George Zimmerman trial speaks; the latest from the Anthony Weiner texting scandal.
Deadly train crash in Spain; fallout from the Anthony Weiner press conference; the Royal Baby gets a name.
Anthony Weiner holds a press conference; the first glimpse of the royal baby; racial profiling.
An emergency landing at LaGuardia Airport; a 51-year old mother dies in a roller-coaster accident; the royal baby arrives.
Detroit files for bankruptcy; a shocking development in the Whitey Bulger trial; new photos of Jahar Tsarnaev.
Outrage over Rolling Stone's cover; fallout from the George Zimmerman verdict.
Missile equipment intercepted on the way from Cuba to North Korea; new developments in the death of Cory Monteith; protests continue in reaction to the George Zimmerman verdict.
Latest from the Edward Snowden investigation.
New developments in the Asiana crash investigation; Canadian town devastated by a deadly train derailment.
George Zimmerman is asked by the judge if he wants to testify; investigators report the pilots of the Asiana flight 214 originally told the crew not to evacuate the aircraft.
A forensic expert takes the stand in the George Zimmerman trial; the NTSB news conference on the plane crash in San Francisco.
Testimony of alleged marijuana use by Trayvon Martin; the father of Trayvon Martin takes the stand; video of the plane crash in San Francisco.
Dramatic testimony in the George Zimmerman trial. Zimmerman's best friend and a medical examiner who describes Zimmerman's wounds take the stand. Paula Deen and the controversial defense she plans on using in her discrimination case.
The latest from the Paula Deen scandal; contentious testimony at the George Zimmerman trial.
The Supreme Court rules on gay marriage; Aaron Hernandez arrested; Paula Deen.
Vladimir Putin on Edward Snowden; a key part of the Voting Rights Act is struck down by the Supreme Court; day two of the George Zimmerman trial.
Edward Snowden is on the run and President Obama pleads for his return; the Supreme Court rules on affirmative action; Jim Carrey says he won't promote his new film.
The DOW; the Taliban offers to release the only known U.S. prisoner of war; James Gandolfini.
Remembering actor James Gandolfini; a woman in Ohio claims she was held captive for two years; new claims about the explosion that brought down TWA Flight 800.
The secret NSA programs; police say they have uncovered another instance of people being held captive for years in Ohio; the latest on Amanda Knox.
President Obama's approval rating actually lower than former President's Bush; former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden.
Erin Burnett anchors in Tehran; the mysterious supreme leader Ayatollah Khomeini; a big development in Syria.
The head of the NSA says that the agency's surveillance program foiled dozens of terrorist attacks.
Violence in a place that's better known for its ancient ruins, cobalt seas and American allies; Demonstrators clash with police in Istanbul.
The man who leaked the details about the NSA's secret surveillance plan hides out in Hong Kong; jury selection begins in the George Zimmerman trial.
The government is spying on phone records and computer files of Americans; projects to restore the coastline after the Deep Water Horizon oil spill may be causing more harm than good.
The U.S. government asks a car company to recall millions of vehicles; the president announces Susan Rice will serve as his national security adviser.
The Boston bombing suspect speaks out for the first time since his arrest;, the suspected Colorado movie theater gunman changes his plea and shocking new information about a tornado that touched down in Oklahoma.
The latest developments in the Ricin letters investigation; terrorists use the recent Boston bombing to recruit for Al Qaeda; an American woman jailed in Mexico for drug smuggling has new hope.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is targeted with poison-laced letters; death of a former star quarterback; an American mom is detained in Mexico.
A report claims Chinese spies have breached American weapons systems; the latest cruise ship disaster; major setback for George Zimmerman.
The Brooklyn Bridge shut down my police due to a suspicious vehicle. Arrests are made after the brutal killing of British soldier.
New details about a horrifying bridge collapse; A teenager faces federal charges over an underage same-sex relationship.
The jury can't decide Jodi Arias' sentence; video of a London attack that killed a British soldier.
Examining the loss of school children in an Oklahoma tornado; a new development in the Boston bombing investigation.
New developments in Moore, Oklahoma, the community devastated by a monster tornado.
A two-mile wide tornado rips through a suburb of Oklahoma City.
Three new controversies for the Obama administration. Where does the buck stop? The latest from the Boston investigation. A note found where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was hiding, written by him.
A shakeup at the IRS; e-mails regarding the attack in Benghazi are released.
A report confirms the IRS targeted conservative groups.
Today's White House briefing on Benghazi; the case against Ariel Castro; the daughter of a serial killer tells her story.
Details about the 10 years the Ohio women were held captive.
A verdict at the Jodi Arias trial; two of the women held captive for ten years in Ohio return home.
The escape of three women in Ohio. The sergeant in charge of the investigation is with us and what the investigators searching the house where they were held have found.
New allegations against the U.S. military regarding the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Libya. A man produces a functional handgun using a 3-D printer. Also, the more on the Boston terror attack.
Vice President Biden honored the victims of the Benghazi attack today; new developments in the Boston bombing.
U.S. officials announce they know who attacked the consulate in Libya; an American is sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea.
The photos of three men wanted for questioning in the bombing of the U.S. consulate in Benghazi are released by the FBI. A number of people in Washington have doubts about President Obama's ability to lead, some are his own supporters.
Authorities find a very important clue in the Boston bombings.
Female DNA is allegedly found on parts of a bomb detonated in Boston; the man accused of radicalizing Tamerlan Tsaernaev speaks.
The latest on the investigation into the Boston bombings.
From Times Square, where the suspected Boston bombers discussed staging another attack.
Reports that the parents of the alleged Boston bombers may be coming to the U.S. Was the U.S. warned about possible terrorists by Russia?
What did Dzhokhar Tsarnaev say to investigators about the plan; Dr. Sanjay Gupta is on why some near the bombs survived and others did not.
The suspect, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the Boston Marathon bombing speaks; the Chechnya connection.
The FBI releases video of suspects in the Boston Marathon terror attack; explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant.
A letter believed to contain a deadly poison is intercepted at the U.S. Capitol; Stories from survivors of the Boston bombings.
At least three people are dead and more than 100 are injured from the bombing in Boston.
North Korea threatens a nuclear attack if its test missiles are shot down; an American doctor is accused of being a mass murderer.
North Korea's nuclear-capable warheads; Rapper Jay-Z appears to slam President Obama in a new song; Ted Nugent.
Concerns rise over North Korea with the possibility of a missile launch. Secret recordings reveal how politicians planned a run for office by performer Ashley Judd. An interview with former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords.
President Obama pushes for gun control legislation; update on tensions with North Korea.
Same-sex marriage; Amanda Knox may stand trial for murder again; electronic devices on planes.
America's new war; Jerry Sandusky is talking again; The convicted sex offender gives an interview from behind bars.
Gunman kills Colorado's prison chief; Joe Biden in favor of an assault weapons ban.
President Obama's arrival in Israel. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz comes OutFront to respond when Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls him ridiculous. The head of Colorado's Department of Corrections is shot down when he answers the door.
Some 55 people die in Iraq on the 10th anniversary of the U.S. invasion. Al Qaeda is on the rise. Police find a bag of explosives next to a body in a college dorm room.
President Obama's new budget plan; tensions in North Korea as the country loads up a second missile.
Prosecutors murdered in Texas, a prison chief killed in Colorado and a sheriff gunned down; North Korea moves a missile in range of an American territory.
North Korea continues to talk tough; shocking video shot inside an American prison.
The U.S. Navy is closing in on North Korea. Why did Ashley Judd decide not to run for the U.S. Senate? Within two months of the death of a deputy District Attorney in Texas, his boss is also murdered.
The latest on the Oscar Pistorius trial; new information about the relationship between the Sandy Hook shooter and his mother.
North Korea cuts all military communication with the South; new developments in the movie theater massacre.
North Korea reportedly fires a short range missile; Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announcement.
A man suspected of involvement with the attack in Benghazi is being held.
Argentina's Jorge Mario Bergoglio is introduced as Pope Francis.
The conclave has commenced and now the waiting begins for the selection of a new pope. The man on trial for killing twelve people in a theater in Colorado was in court today and expected to plead insanity.
North Korea scraps an armistice with the South; controversy erupts in Europe after horsemeat is found in restaurants; Former First Lady Laura Bush.
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law faces a judge in New York; A stunning critique of the U.S. health care system.
North Korea threatens a pre-emptive strike against the U.S.; an animal sanctuary intern is killed by a lion; Rand Paul, Jon Favreau.
An old fashioned filibuster in Washington; a worker at an animal sanctuary is attacked and killed by one of the big cats.
Hugo Chavez is dead and a bizarre accusation is floated that the US was somehow involved; the Dow hits a record-high.
Reports that a figure in the war on terror has been killed; a change in the approval rating of the president.
The forced spending cuts will go into effect; a Florida man gets swallowed in a sink hole.
The Pope steps down; President Obama changes tactics.
House Speaker Boehner drops an A bomb. Pictures of a hot air balloon accident in Egypt. A look at the murder charges against Olympian Oscar Pistorius and speculation the case won't make it to trial.
Oscar Pistorius is granted bail; President Obama rings the alarm on spending cuts; the Justice Department joins lawsuit against Lance Armstrong.