The decision to withdraw Budapest's bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics is the third political defeat for Hungary's populist prime minister in less than a year
The executive producers of the new Fox series "24: Legacy" are apologizing for using footage from a terror attack at a Kenya mall that killed 67 people
The legalized marijuana industry is growing more than pot. Analysts say it could create over a quarter of a million jobs while other industries decline.
Backed by the U.S.-led international coalition, Iraqi forces have pushed their way inside the perimeter of a sprawling military base outside Mosul and the grounds of the city's airport
Pope Francis's chief alms-giver is on a shopping spree in quake-struck central Italy, buying up prosciutto, cheese and local produce from struggling local businesses and donating the bounty to Roman soup kitchens
Spain's National Court has sentenced Rodrigo Rato, a former head of the International Monetary Fund, to 4 ½ years in prison for misusing a Spanish bank's corporate credit card
The White House is playing up the Tillerson-Kelly visit despite Mexico's opposition to the president's immigration agenda; Doug McKelway explains on 'Special Report'
A food additive found in chewing gum could mess up your digestive cell structure and function according to researchers from Binghamton University. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.
Malaysia's police chief said investigators want to question a North Korean embassy official about the death of the exiled half brother of Pyongyang's leader, saying he should cooperate if he has nothing to hide despite having diplomatic immunity
The owner of a Korean restaurant in Malaysia says the North Korean leader's brother who died at Kuala Lumpur's airport was a frequent customer, and he sent his dishes to the South Korean Embassy for DNA testing to confirm his identify
Russian Instagram model Viktoria Odintcova wows millions of followers with death-defying photo shoot, dangling off ledge of 1,000-foot building. 22-year-old faces legal action back on the ground
Two of the six people suspected of being involved in Kim Jong Nam's murder are at large as details of the investigation continue to surface. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.
Michigan State University has decided that students are not using their whiteboards appropriately, so they are just going to ban them. Keri Lumm (@thekerilumm) reports.
Syria peace talks under the auspices of the United Nations have resumed in Geneva, 10 months after they fell apart over escalating bloodshed in the war-torn country