NEWS

Clinton baby watch upstages celebs

The guest who was perhaps most anticipated at Sunday's star-studded Clinton Global Initiative awards ceremony was a no-show.

Florida loud music case back to trial

Was it fear for his own life that prompted Michael Dunn to fire 10 shots into an SUV, killing teenager Jordan Davis? Or was it contempt?

'Ice Bucket' firefighter dies

A Kentucky firefighter has died, weeks after participating in an ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that went horribly wrong.

Emmy-winning actress dies

Emmy-winning actress Polly Bergen, whose TV and movie career spanned more than six decades, has died, her publicist said.

Did media ignore Solo abuse case?

CNN contributor LZ Granderson says the media needs to be critical of women when they are charged with domestic abuse.

Actress: Feminism not 'man-hating'

Actress Emma Watson not only stirred the Internet with her recent moving speech before the United Nations, but she also joined a cadre of celebrities who have used their star power to bring attention to gender issues.

Wall St.'s secret trading exchanges

CNNMoney's Paul LaMonica explains Wall Street's dark pools and how they work

Man falls into wood chipper, dies

A man's life was ended after he fell into a wood chipper. CNN affiliate KTVK has more.

Restaurant to picky eaters: Leave

A San Francisco restaurant owner posted a sign warning that picky customers are not welcome. CNN affiliate KGO has more.

50 things to look for this fall

For culture obsessives, fall is the best time of year.

Loyal 'Friends,' 20 years later

If it hasn't been your day -- or even your year -- you can still count on a select group of "Friends" to make you smile.

Al Pacino obliges fans, says this

Al Pacino has a new movie, but as CNN's Karl Penhaul found out, his fans still yearn for his famous line from "Scarface."

New spacecraft arrives at Mars

MAVEN has arrived in Mars's orbit after traveling 442 million miles in the course of 10 months to get there.

Strangest-looking plane turns 20

The world's strangest looking airplane is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its first flight this month.

See guy drop brand-new iPhone 6

The first man to buy the iPhone 6 in Australia drops his new phone as he excitingly unpacks it to share for the camera.

Also had 2 recent run-ins with police

Police found 800 rounds of ammunition, two hatchets and a machete in the car of the man who jumped the White House fence, prosecutors say.

What can be done for WH security

Visitors be warned: Security around the White House about to intensify.

New video of WH fence-jumper

New video shows an Iraq War veteran with a knife run across the North Lawn and into the White House.

Ex-stepson: WH jumper has PTSD

An Iraq war veteran who was arrested after jumping a White House fence suffers from PTSD, his former stepson told CNN Sunday.

Hezbollah armed drone? A new worry

Peter Bergen says the world needs to get ready for militant groups having access to drone technology for battle

Miley Cyrus' trifecta of bad taste

Ruben Navarrette says making rude use of the Mexican flag on Mexican independence day in a concert in Mexico was extremely tasteless, but not an international incident.

Puberty arrives years early

Reports earlier this year of a dramatic decline in childhood obesity were too good to be true. According to results of a more recent analysis, published in JAMA Pediatrics, the widely-heralded drop in the proportion of overweight young children was probably a statistical aberration. When data are examined over a longer time period, it turns out that early childhood obesity is just as prevalent today as it was at the beginning of the 21st century.

A land war against ISIS?

Should we worry about mission creep? Only one week after President Obama said that he would not send combat troops to fight ISIS, Gen. Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told the Senate that U.S. forces could "accompany Iraqi forces in attacks" if the situation deteriorated. As President Obama prepares to address the United Nations General Assembly this Wednesday, Americans are naturally wondering where this will all end.

Afghan soldiers in U.S. caught

Three Afghan National Army soldiers, who were in Massachusetts for training, have gone missing after a trip to a shopping mall, authorities said. It's the second time in a week that Afghan security trainees in the United States have disappeared.

700 infants exposed to TB

More than 700 infants and 40 health care workers have been exposed to tuberculosis, commonly called TB, at a hospital in El Paso, Texas, according to the city's Department of Public Health.

Mom in hot-car death took polygraph

The wife of a Georgia man charged with murdering his toddler by leaving the child in a hot car for hours this summer has passed a polygraph test, her lawyer said Monday.

Reporter drops F-bomb, quits on TV

Reporter Charlo Greene shocked her co-workers and viewers when she quit during a live TV broadcast.

Favorite Howard Stern caller dies

Eric "The Actor" Lynch, who became a celebrity among celebrities by calling in to Howard Stern's radio show, died Saturday, his manager said.

Why is ISIS taunting the West?

For a while, it seemed that the threat from ISIS was limited to sparsely populated desert regions in the Middle East.

200,000 refugees flee ISIS in 4 days

The sudden, massive flood of refugees fleeing ISIS is unlike any other in the 3½-year Syrian conflict. ISIS has captured 60 villages in recent days -- 39 villages on Friday alone, according to a monitoring group.