US plans to execute a man for a crime he committed at 19. Scientists say research on brain development makes that wrong
For the first time in nearly 70 years, the United States will execute a man for a crime he committed as a teenager.
A 15th-century painting by early Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli is expected to sell for over $80 million when it goes under the hammer in New York next year.
Outrage and heartbreak boiled over into protests in many cities across the US after the Kentucky attorney general announced that none of the three officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death would be charged with her killing. Her cousin spoke to CNN affiliate WXMI.
President Alexander Lukashenko is not the legitimate president of Belarus, the European Union said on Thursday, saying his abrupt swearing-in on Wednesday went directly against the will of the people.
After chasing down and capturing a suspect allegedly responsible for derailing a subway train, one man gets a year of free rides, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said Wednesday.
Sir Harold Evans, the legendary British-American newspaper editor and publisher, has died at the age of 92, his employer Reuters confirmed Thursday.
In an address to the nation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the second wave of coronavirus has arrived in most of the country and vowed to get it under control. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
Virtual learning facilitator is a full-time job these days for Alicia Burgstahler.
This survivor could be 'the first person on the planet' to battle Covid-19 and an imminent heart attack — and win
Ed Bettinelli has been living a charmed life.
TV viewers tuning in to Thursday's UEFA Super Cup can be excused for thinking they've stumbled across highlights of a months-old fixture, so accustomed have they become to seeing sparse -- or no -- crowds in attendance.
A live bomb from WWII was successfully detonated this week, after it was found on the shore of the Bristol Channel in England.
Westpac, one of Australia's largest banks, hit with record $920 million penalty over money laundering scandal
Westpac, one of Australia's largest banks, has agreed to pay a record-breaking penalty of nearly $1 billion for systematically allowing money laundering on its watch.
For almost 25 years, the disappearance of three young women from a popular nightlife area in one of Australia's biggest cities remained a cold case. Now, a man has been found guilty of two of their murders.
An estimated 380 whales have died following a mass stranding of 470 whales in Tasmania, Australia. The local government is racing against the clock to rescue the stranded animals. Journalist Angus Watson reports.