The FBI and other law enforcement agencies have served warrants at two locations in Southern California in connection with the attack that killed 14 people in San Bernardino
University of California President Janet Napolitano felt compelled to remove the chancellor of UC Davis after documents contradicted the campus leader's contention that she did not have any dealings with contractors hired to bolster the school's image
John Gutfreund, the former CEO of Salomon Brothers, died last month of pneumonia and the 12,000 square foot apartment has since been on the market.
Iran is asking the United Nations to prevail upon the United States to uphold the principal of state immunity after an American court ruled that $2 billion of frozen Iranian assets be paid to victims of terrorist attacks
Pacific Gas & Electric says it accepts the state's finding that a deadly 2015 wildfire was sparked by a tree that came into contact with a power line
The amount of Chihuahuas being kidnapped in Italy is insane. Officials are warning people to keep an eye on their pups. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
A suspicious white powdery substance mailed in an envelope to a New York City campaign office of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been ruled to be harmless
West Virginia jail officials are investigating an inmate's use of a cellphone to take photos of himself and others inside a transport van and posting them online
Trump's social media director Daniel Scavino talks about when he first met Donald Trump as a caddie during an interview with CNN's Chris Moody.
Japan's space agency has abandoned its efforts to restore the operations of a multimillion-dollar satellite that was to probe the mysteries of black holes using X-ray telescopes
California lawmakers defeated a resolution intended to honor John Wayne after opponents challenged what they say are racist statements by the late actor
The Michigan Civil Rights Commission plans its first public hearing into whether Flint residents faced discrimination during the switch to the Flint River for drinking water and subsequent lead contamination
The city of Bristol in England is hearing some complaints from the people who live there because they're saying it smells like vinegar. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.