Norway says it thinks Islamist terror could strike the country within a few days but does not know what the plot is, the country announced Thursday.
A doctor who has played a key role in fighting the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone is infected with the disease, according to that country's Ministry of Health.
A Georgia homeowner caught on camera a possible "gustnado" ripping through his yard. WJBF has more.
Police that a man impersonated a police officer and coerced immigrants into committing sex acts. KGO reports.
If the old saw about houseguests being like fish is true -- after a few days they begin to stink -- imagine what it must smell like in poor Cory Tschogl's 600-square-foot condo in Palm Springs, California.
Philip Chism, a 15-year-old Massachusetts boy accused of raping and killing his math teacher in a high school bathroom, was arraigned Wednesday on attempted murder charges stemming from a separate attack on a female youth services clinician.
A headless body of a man found in a wooded Michigan park had local police in Michigan wondering how -- and why.
Philip Seymour Hoffman didn't want his children to become "trust fund kids" so he left his fortune to his girlfriend, a court document said.
Peaches Geldof, the daughter of musician Bob Geldof and the late Paula Yates, died of a heroin overdose after relapsing into use of the illegal drug following attempts to give it up, an inquest heard Wednesday.
Snoop Dogg claims that he smoked weed in a White House bathroom. The rapper announced this on his online show.
Seems NASA's fascination with the moon is in the past. It's focused on something far more menacing: incoming asteroids
"Fifty Shades of Grey's" infamous "Red Room" has arrived.
CNN's Lisa France explains why Star Wars fans are drooling over a charity video released by director J.J. Abrams.
The owner of two wedding rings found attached to some balloons says she no longer wants the rings. WBRC reports.
TV brawler trades tables for chairs in his latest outburst. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
Several strippers in California are suing the San Diego Police Department on charges of unreasonable search and seizure.
Women, children and U.N. staff are among the dead, according to a statement issued by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Footage shows pools of blood at the scene. It's unclear who was behind the strike.
The Federal Aviation Administration removed its ban on U.S. passenger planes flying to and from Tel Aviv Wednesday night, a day-and-a-half after stopping all the flights citing security concerns.
The U.S. government doesn't discourage those wanting to join, but some question why they would choose the IDF as opposed to the American military.
The Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster is a poignant reminder of the randomness of fortune and misfortune. But it also serves as a prelude to an emerging security environment marked by irregular warfare, proliferated high-end technology and complex economic and energy dependencies that will complicate decision-making among allied nations and confound coherent approaches to grand strategy.
I grew up on the border, at the site of today's humanitarian crisis involving tens of thousands of immigrant children seeking asylum. Even though I was born in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, my family and I lived on the Mexican side of the river for seven years of my childhood. There I saw poverty firsthand, right around the corner from our house, in the streets, by the bridge, in the countryside.
The dog photos are difficult to view.
Checking the weather display for our departure from JFK Airport in New York to London's Heathrow Airport, an awkward blob of green, yellow, and red is sprawled diagonally across most of the New England coastline. Studying the computer in Operations, the routing filed with ATC (air traffic control) appears to navigate through the least intense area of a very wide storm system. I pick up the company phone, taking a rare opportunity to consult with our dispatcher located in a central location at our main hub almost 1,400 miles away.
An Air Algerie flight with at least 116 people on board dropped off radar after taking off in Burkina Faso. It is thought to have gone down in Mali, the flight operator said.
A pro-Russian rebel leader told Reuters he knew about a Buk missile system coming from another rebel province. He later told Russian media that his comments were taken out of context.
At least 48 people were killed and 10 injured when a twin-engine turboprop plane crashed while attempting to land in Penghu Islands, according to Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration.
A 13-year-old boy is recovering after a barracuda jumped into his boat and struck him. WKMG has more.
A Ukrainian journalist working as a freelancer for CNN remains in detention two days after he was abducted by pro-Russian separatists.