Sen. Lindsey Graham said Wednesday he'll subpoena information from the FBI over President Donald Trump's wiretapping allegations if bureau Director James Comey does not provide information about whether there is any validity to the President's claims.
Jacques Nkinzingabo is documenting daily life in Rwanda to show the world a different side of the East African country.
"Wayne Tracker" has joined a cadre of political aliases, like "John Barron" and "Carlos Danger," says Michael D'Antonio: he's a reminder that some of our leaders can't resist using ridiculous tricks and deceptions.
Six years into the Syrian civil war, peace feels elusive as ever. The conflict in my country has killed an estimated 400,000 people and displaced millions -- and it shows little sign of abating.
Indian police have opened a murder investigation after a British-Irish tourist was found dead in the southern coastal state of Goa.
Is your microwave spying on you? CNN's Jeanne Moos says Kellyanne Conway set off microwaves of laughter.
A suicide bombing killed at least 25 people Wednesday in the Palace of Justice, the main courthouse in Damascus, Syrian state TV reports, citing police.
When you look at Europe's capital cities, you see, spelled out in physical form, the nature of the ideas that brought them into being.
David Cay Johnston, the journalist who revealed President Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns, said he doesn't know who supplied the documents and it was at least possible the White House was behind the release.
It happened again: You've misplaced your only pair of glasses. Or maybe you've run through your last box of contacts. In order to replace them, you need a new prescription, and that means, an appointment with your eye doctor.
The body of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un slain last month, was identified using a DNA sample from one of his children, Malaysian authorities said Wednesday.
CNN's Nic Robertson explains the four political terms you'll need to stay ahead of the curve in 2017.
Europe's populist movements have already made their mark on the European political landscape -- and a series of upcoming elections looks set to determine if they are here to stay.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's unexpected call for a new independence referendum overshadowed the passing of Theresa May's "Brexit bill" this week.
Are you ski or snowboard obsessed? Do you crave an endless winter?
The world's oldest restaurant is generally acknowledged as Madrid´s Restaurante Sobrino de Botín, in operation since 1725 and still roasting meats in an oven now almost 300 years old.
Britain should stop threatening the European Union ahead of the Brexit negotiations, a top EU official has warned.
They had only met once in about three seasons heading into 2017 but now, for the second time in three months -- after their epic at the Australian Open -- Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal will face off.