As Texas investigates the motive of a now-dead serial bomber, the son of a judge killed by a package bomb nearly 30 years ago is revisiting the trauma his family experienced
Krill are at the center of efforts to preserve the world's largest carbon sink; a shrimp-like creature whose species holds the Antarctic food web together and whose balance is essential to our very existence. CNN's Arwa Damon and Brice Laine report from Antarctica
Another lawsuit has been filed in the collapse of the pedestrian bridge at Florida International University, this one from the family of one of the six people who were killed
A man who was released from a Washington prison early due to a software glitch is suing the Department of Corrections, saying his re-arrest three years later to serve the remaining time was illegal and upended the life he had painstakingly rebuilt
Government officials in Kentucky could discuss public business on their personal devices without having to disclose under a surprise amendment moving quickly through the state legislature
Noah Christensen, 17, dropped an F-bomb when he called his congressman's office to demand action on gun control. The Nevada teen's school suspended him for two days. He is now at the center of a debate about decorum and free speech.
A Florida high school student is charged as an adult after he allegedly appeared in a video with a gun outside his school, threatening to shoot the principal
Authorities are confident that the 23-year-old unemployed college dropout who blew himself up as police closed in was behind this month's Austin bombings, but they still don't know why he did it
A joint media investigation reveals that the extent of Hurricane Harvey's toxic assault on the environment was more widespread than authorities publicly acknowledged, and questions about the long-term consequences for human health remain unanswered.
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden tells CNN's Don Lemon that he sees a similarity in how President Trump would like to govern and how President Putin governs Russia.
Ohio judges and the state prison system are at odds over a new law meant to reduce prison time for low-level offenders who commit minor probation violations
It's up to Bill Haslam now whether one of America's most famous mottos ends up prominently displayed in his state's schools. The Tennesseean reports a bill is headed toward the Tennessee governor's desk to call for the conspicuous display in schools of the "In God We Trust" motto. The bill...