Clapper on tweets: Trump is his own worst enemy

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says President Trump's tweets are the best barometer of the President's thoughts and that they make him his own worst enemy.

Another explosion injures 2 in Texas capital…

Two people were injured in another explosion in Texas' capital Sunday night, and police are not ruling out a connection to the three previous explosions that detonated earlier this month elsewhere in the city

4 people injured when trains collide, derail in…

Authorities in Kentucky say two freight trains collided and derailed shortly before midnight, injuring four people and igniting a fire that forced nearby residents to evacuate.

Hillary Clinton explains comments about women…

Hillary Clinton says she meant no disrespect when she said women voters are more swayed by men

Bolivia takes sea access dispute with Chile to world court

Land-locked Bolivia is calling on the International Court of Justice to order Chile to enter negotiations over granting Bolivia access to the Pacific Ocean

Gravel spill wrecks 20 cars, injures dozens outside capital

At least 20 cars crashed outside the nation's capital this morning when a tractor-trailer crashed, spilling gravel and stones across a highway

The man treating ageing as a disease

The scientist aims to develop therapies to repair damage at the molecular and cellular level.

These Are the Men (and One Woman) Filling China's…

The new cabinet announced Monday by China is the culmination of months of leadership reshuffles that saw President Xi Jinping assert his dominance over policy making.

March Madness Upset Means Free Little Caesars…

Free pizza for everyone, following a big upset during March Madness.

Trump candidate for UN migration agency: Judge my actions

U.S. President Donald Trump's nominee to head the U.N. migration agency acknowledges a controversy over his social media posts about Muslims and other topics, but insists "retweets are not endorsements" and says he wants to be judged on his actions

Remaining horses to be seized after dozens starve, die

A Maryland farm's remaining live horses are being seized days after dozens were found dead in various states of decay

Week ahead: Fed to hike as BoE sits tight?

Two major central banks meet this week with economists expecting the Bank of England to focus on inflation, and the U.S. Federal Reserve to respond to strong economic data with a rate rise. Ciara Lee reports.

Fight for control of Newell draws in Icahn

Carl Icahn has jumped in to the fight for control over Newell Brands, buying a minority stake in the consumer products company

Florida campus opens days after 6 die in bridge collapse

Students returning from spring break to Florida International University will hold a moment of silence to honor the six people killed in the collapse of a pedestrian bridge that was supposed to be a campus showcase.

Trump's Opioid Plan Includes Death Penalty For…

His proposal doesn't go as far as changing current law, which allows capital punishment in only a handful of drug-related cases.

Engine fails in chopper carrying Ivanka, Jared

A helicopter carrying Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner had to return to an airport in Washington after one of its engines failed, two law enforcement sources told CNN.

Facebook's Zuckerberg comes under fire from UK…

Facebook's Zuckerberg comes under fire from UK, US lawmakers after reports of data breach

Village enshrined as monument to Xi Jinping

Visitors from across China are flocking to see President Xi Jinping's home village.

Hero 9/11 Ferry Captain Dies of Cancer

Thomas Phelan's life followed a different trajectory to that of many other 9/11 heroes: He was a hero who became a firefighter. On the day of the attacks, Phelan, who has died of cancer at age 45, was working as a ferry captain for Circle Line-Statue of Liberty ferry cruises....

Candidate Who Insulted Parkland Survivor Drops Out

A Maine candidate's attack on an outspoken survivor of the Parkland school shooting angered so many people that he ended up having to drop out of a race in which he had been running unopposed. Leslie Gibson, a Republican who had been running for a state House seat in the...