Crosley Green believes he's free. He's not.
More than 200 firefighters were battling a fire Saturday at a Phoenix recycling yard that drew the largest response in the history of the city's fire department, officials said.
A diver searching for prehistoric shark teeth in Florida's Myakka River is recovering after an alligator bit him on the back of his head.
Thousands of Hungarians, some of them holding banners declaring "treason," protested on Saturday against a Chinese university's plans to open a campus in Budapest.
Former US President advances lie that 2020 election was stolen from him as more states move to restrict the vote
Donald Trump's speech before the North Carolina Republican Party Saturday night was a reminder of the danger the former President poses as he undermines America's election system while attempting to reassert himself as kingmaker on the national stage.
Former President Donald Trump dashed the hopes of Republicans on Saturday who spent the weeks leading up to his public reemergence encouraging him to keep his focus on policy and Democratic shortcomings, rather than re-litigating his 2020 election loss once again.
Spanish golfer Jon Rahm was withdrawn from the Memorial Tournament Saturday after testing positive for Covid-19, the PGA Tour announced.
When Janice Zhang went job hunting in March, at every interview the 33-year-old was asked the same question: Was she married yet?
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday endorsed Rep. Ted Budd's campaign for Senate in North Carolina, making the surprise announcement just minutes after his daughter-in-law Lara Trump confirmed she would not be entering the Republican primary for the open seat in 2022.
At least 132 civilians were killed in the worst militant attack in Burkina Faso in recent years, the government said on Saturday, after armed assailants laid siege overnight to a village in the jihadist-plagued northeast.
President Joe Biden ran for office on a platform that included respecting science, promoting public health and restoring humanity to the rule of law to our immigration policies. During his first 100 days in office, he rightly focused on restoring public trust in both government and science and placed confronting the global rising tide of authoritarianism at the center of his foreign policy.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp was booed and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger was censured at the Georgia GOP convention Saturday, demonstrating former President Donald Trump's hold over members of the Georgia Republican Party.
Royal Caribbean International announced Friday that six of its ships will sail from major US ports in Florida and Texas beginning in July.
One candidate is a former boxer and promises to fight for people as hard as he did it in the ring.
Twenty five years ago, when England hosted Euro 1996, the nation was in thrall to a team that reached the European Championship's semifinals playing an exciting brand of soccer to the soundtrack of fans singing "Football's Coming Home," the chorus to the "Three Lions" song.
New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez endorsed civil rights lawyer Maya Wiley on Saturday in the race for New York City mayor, a sign of growing progressive momentum behind Wiley's campaign with less than three weeks until the June 22 Democratic primary.
US Capitol Police Sgt. Aquilino Gonell and Ofc. Harry Dunn joined CNN's Pamela Brown to set the record straight about what happened during the January 6 Capitol insurrection.