A New Jersey Superior Court judge was removed from his position after several misconduct claims, including because he asked an alleged rape victim how she tried to stop an assault.
When a woman told a wildlife official she thought she'd seen a wolverine on the beach of Washington state's Long Beach Peninsula they didn't believe her.
A suspect in two killings and a kidnapping in Connecticut has been arrested in Maryland after a six-day manhunt, authorities said.
There's no trash can in the cramped washroom shared by almost 200 women at the congested Banjara Basti slum in Thane, a satellite city near Mumbai.
When China announced a 6.6% increase in its military budget last week while cutting substantially in other areas, analysts said it made one thing clear: Beijing senses an increasing security threat and is giving the People's Liberation Army the military muscle to deal with it.
As the NBA continues to explore options for the season's return, including playing the rest of the season in a closed environment, news reports say family members may be allowed in.
Two billboards near the Indiana border suggest travelers may want to think twice before visiting Michigan while the state's coronavirus policies are in place.
Over Memorial Day weekend, Peter Makredes carried his cooler full of food and drinks to a park in Las Vegas.
In the early 1980s, a little understood disease called AIDS was stigmatized as society turned its head away from the hundreds of gay men it was killing. But then Larry Kramer published his essay "1,112 and Counting."
"Murder hornets" aren't a real threat to hikers in Washington, state officials said this week, despite some ominous warning signs on display in a popular hiking and recreation area suggesting otherwise.
Among New Yorkers and visitors alike, Times Square is known for its lights -- a frenetic frieze of big-screen advertisements that can make midnight look like noon.
NBA superstar LeBron James has joined the chorus of notable high-profile athletes that have voiced their outrage over the death of George Floyd.
The second highest ranking official in Hong Kong insists a controversial new national security law being drafted by the Chinese government will not erode the city's democratic freedoms.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he certified to Congress Wednesday that Hong Kong no longer enjoys a high degree of autonomy from China -- a decision that could result in the loss of Hong Kong's special trading status with the US and threaten its standing as an international financial hub.
Mysterious fast radio bursts have been used to unlock another strange aspect of the universe: the case of the "missing matter."
Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday called for a cautious approach to reopening the US and implored Americans to wear face masks in public, comments that are at odds with President Donald Trump's push to have America quickly return to normalcy.
The tropical disturbance that brought holiday weekend flooding to Florida is now Bertha -- the second named tropical system of the year.
New York reported its lowest daily coronavirus death toll since the pandemic began, and in this bizarre reality we live in now, that qualifies as positive news.
Christian Cooper, whose video of a woman calling the police on him while he was birdwatching went viral over the Memorial Day weekend, acknowledged the woman's apology but said her act was "definitely racist."
The family of George Floyd -- who died after pleading that he couldn't breathe while a police officer held him down with a knee on his neck -- say they want the four Minneapolis officers involved charged with murder.
Officials in Iowa's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) waited over a week before contacting Tyson Fresh Meats in Perry, Iowa and declined to inspect the facility after receiving a workplace complaint, according to documents obtained by CNN through an open records request.
Sometimes, the best time to act isn't when you're at your strongest, but when your rivals are weakest.
Newly released video obtained by CNN network partner Univision shows the moment a Florida woman who's been arrested in the death of her 9-year-old son pushes him into a canal.
Around 300 people were arrested across Hong Kong Wednesday, as sporadic protests over a controversial new national security law were met by a massive police presence and zero tolerance approach, with pepper spray, kettling and searches used to quickly contain any potential unrest.
Millions of Americans shrugged off their fear of the coronavirus this holiday weekend when they flocked to crowded beaches, lakes and restaurants.
During usual times, The Piano Bar in Fayetteville, Arkansas, is jammed with people standing shoulder to shoulder. Singing "Sweet Caroline" at the top of their lungs, they punch the fog-machine air with their drinks, shouting out the "bom bom bom" part of the song as performers duke it out on…
Daulatdia, Bangladesh — Nodi was 14 years old when she says she was deceived and sold into one of the world's biggest brothels.
New York has reported its lowest daily death toll from Covid-19 since the pandemic began in the United States, the governor says.
When Deirdre Taylor was preparing to leave her Virginia home to fight Covid-19 in New York on the front lines, she made sure to pack a possession that she held dear for over three decades: a front-page newspaper article.
In 1968, the pioneering Apollo 8 lunar orbit mission lifted America's morale in a bitter year of political assassinations, race and anti-war riots, the fading presidency of Lyndon Johnson and a hardening Cold War.
One retired United States Marine spent Memorial Day weekend honoring fallen veterans by standing on a Washington, DC median for 24 hours and saluting.
Four Minneapolis police officers have been fired for their involvement in the death of a black man who was held down with a knee as he protested that he couldn't breathe, officials said Tuesday.
A month since Georgia took some of the earliest and most extensive steps to reopen parts of its economy, Covid-19 cases have largely flattened in the state, albeit with a slight recent uptick.
Erik Chase says he was already having a rough week when he found out that he may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary Katie Miller has returned to work after testing positive for coronavirus earlier this month, announcing Tuesday that she has now tested negative three times.
Authorities are offering a reward of up to $50,000 for information that can help find the assailants who attacked five mail carriers with paintball guns.
House Republican leaders have sued to stop a remote voting rule change set to be used in the House for the first time this week, a move that underscores the continuing divide between the two parties over whether it's safe to return to work amid the coronavirus pandemic.