ISIS building new base?

U.S. Intelligence officials have become increasingly concerned that ISIS may be building a fallback base in Libya. CNN's Brian Todd reports.

Marine sentenced in woman's death

A U.S. Marine was found guilty of killing of a transgender woman who was found strangled in a Philippines hotel room in October last year.

60 years after Rosa Parks took a stand

Today marks the 60th anniversary of Rosa Parks taking a stand.

Best car museums in the world are...

Car museums from the likes of Porsche, Ferrari, and Mercedez-Benz, have evolved from an afterthought to engaging destinations in their own right.

U.S. military wants more of these

Moms and dads across America aren't the only ones with a shopping list for the holiday season.

Giuliani: Trump 'exaggerating' claim

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani said Tuesday that while there was some celebrating by American Muslims in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, Donald Trump is "exaggerating" when he said thousands of Muslims were cheering the attacks.

Two surfers feared dead

The van of two missing Australian surfers has been found burned-out in Mazatlan, Mexico.

Cruz: GOP isn't 'condom police'

Iowans at a town hall waded into awkward territory on Monday evening as Ted Cruz tackled a question on contraceptives.

Report: Pilot response led to crash

The way the pilots responded to a technical malfunction resulted in the crash of Air Asia Flight QZ8501 last December, investigators say.

Opinion: What whites don't know about racism

There's an old saying that it's hard to know what you don't know, the premise being that when you're ignorant about something, you aren't likely to realize your blind spots.

U.S. retailers missing out on billions

A section of Africa's population has been steadily climbing the affluence stakes, but many U.S. retailers don't ship their wares to the continent.

The success of the Supremes

Fifty years ago, Bruce Davidson photographed the Supremes, who went on to become one of the most successful singing groups of all time.

When HIV was a death sentence

Before Billy Howard had finished the intro to his photo book of HIV/AIDS portraits, 15 of the people in the book had died.

U.S. 'targeting' force going to Iraq

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Tuesday that the U.S. military will send "a specialized expeditionary targeting force" aimed at conducting more raids in Iraq.

Corpse-filled boats hit shore

Over the past two months, at least eight wooden boats have been found in the Sea of Japan on or near the coast, carrying a chilling cargo -- the decaying bodies of 20 people, Japan's coast guard told CNN.

Ghitis: How ISIS helps climate talks

Timing of ISIS Paris attack likely boosted chance of climate conference success, as nations feel solidarity to save the world

'Most excellent' airlines for 2016

Its star-studded safety videos show the airline making happy customers of everyone from hulking sports stars to pocket-sized hobbits.

Planned Parenthood long an attack target

Between 1973, when the Supreme Court decided abortion should be legal throughout the United States, and 2003, abortion providers have been the targets of more than 300 acts of extreme violence, including arson, bombings, murders and butyric acid attacks.

Do-gooder holiday gift guide

It's that giving time of year, when chain stores and downtown districts hang up their Christmas ornaments to convince us to buy an endless list of presents for our loved ones.

Doctors: Stop using crib bumpers

Worried about a significant uptick in infant deaths, doctors want parents to stop using crib bumpers.