There's something simultaneously familiar and disturbing about CNN's exclusive reporting that terrorist organizations are trying to plant explosives in computers and other electronic devices for potential detonation on airplanes. As also reported by CNN, US counterterrorism agencies believe that terrorist groups have gotten hold of security equipment to test these new concealed explosives.
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The bromance between the leaders of Pittsburgh and Uber has hit another rough patch.
President Donald Trump's pick to lead the Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb, is a physician, a cancer survivor, a venture capitalist and a government insider who has long said he wants to tear down the wall of FDA regulations he believes is holding back innovation.
On Wednesday, students at Harvard start the first day of Resistance School -- a 4-week course in anti-Trump activism created by progressive students at the university's Kennedy School of Government. The course is open to people across the country and the world.
The Department of Labor has ordered Wells Fargo to rehire a whistleblower the bank fired in 2010 after he reported suspected fraud -- and to cough up $5.4 million.
While plenty of Republicans see plans to repeal and replace Obamacare as a settled issue at least for the moment, behind the scenes, several key players are not letting the issue go.
People in China are coming face to face with Warren Buffett's love for Cherry Coke.
The Michigan hotel where a suspected gas leak sickened 14 people including a teenage boy who died was not required to have carbon monoxide detectors.
In defiance of President Donald Trump's immigration policies, the California Senate passed a bill to limit state and local police cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
There will be no heartbreak for the North Carolina Tar Heels this time.
Filmmaker Roman Polanski has lost a motion seeking assurance he would not serve more jail time if he returned to the United States.
The White House gave a cold shoulder Monday to concerns about the future of Internet privacy.
At least 11 people were killed in a blast on the St. Petersburg metro Monday, three state-run Russian news agencies said. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev described the attack as a "terrorist act."
At least five people have died as a severe storm system swept through several Southern states.
Some pundits predict United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley will one day run for president, but for a month, at least, she will be -- of the 15-nation UN Security Council.
President Donald Trump's administration had meetings Monday with two key groups of Republicans, whose split over health care policy caused GOP leaders to pull a plan last month to repeal and replace Obamacare.
Republicans are considering their next step now that many Democrats are planning to filibuster the nomination of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
For the second time in President Donald Trump's young administration, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals will examine the legality of an executive order temporarily blocking foreigners from traveling to the US.
Four Senate Democrats announced Monday they plan to oppose Neil Gorsuch, bringing the Democratic caucus to the 41 votes needed to sustain a filibuster against the Supreme Court nominee.
An increasing number of F/A-18 fighter jet pilots are suffering from potentially dangerous oxygen deprivation during flight, a safety issue that is raising new questions around the future of the US Navy's aging air fleet.
Members of the House intelligence committee met Monday evening as the future of the House's Russia investigation hangs in the balance.
The White House released Monday the official portrait of first lady Melania Trump.
After five weeks on the run, a Tennessee teacher who kidnapped and fled with his 15-year-old student was arrested Thursday deep in the mountains of northern California, authorities said. Here's a timeline of events.