Federal agents on Tuesday raided more than three dozen "maternity hotels" in Southern California, where foreign women give birth allegedly for the sole purpose of having a baby with U.S. citizenship. FULL STORY
Chinese companies luring women to America to give birth and then demand citizenship. Kyung Lah reports.
CNN has learned that the manufacturer of the endoscope involved in two superbug deaths at UCLA never obtained permission to sell the device, according to an official at the Food and Drug Administration.
Workers digging underneath a Paris supermarket have made an unsettling discovery: as many as 200 skeletons.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen says has he has found the wreck of a long-lost World War 2 Japanese battleship near the Philippines.
An audio recording has been released believed to feature the man identified as "Jihadi John" before he joined ISIS. CNN's Brian Todd reports.
The White House has long thought the Israeli Prime Minister was in cahoots with Obama's foreign policy foes. And Tuesday's speech before Congress may be the smoking gun, one expert says. FULL STORY
Two Australians held by Indonesian authorities for nearly a decade appear to be just days away from execution by firing squad.
Edward Snowden's lawyer says he is ready to come home to the United States.
The Alabama Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered probate judges in the state to stop issuing licenses for same-sex marriages.
The father of a New Delhi gang rape victim, whose shocking attack on a public bus provoked outrage around the world, is calling for the immediate execution of the convicted rapists after one of them blamed the dead woman and told documentary filmmakers that "she should just be silent and allow the rape."
A bill that would give the Senate sign-off on an international agreement with Iran over its nuclear program will be on the Senate floor next week, despite objections from Democrats who want to wait for an agreement to be reached with Iran before passing the legislation.
Police have arrested more than 500 parents in and around the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar for not allowing their children to get the polio vaccine, an official said Tuesday.
Gen. David Petraeus is expected to plead guilty to federal charges under a proposed agreement to settle a Justice Department investigation into whether he provided the classified information to his biographer and mistress, according a U.S. official briefed on the proposed deal.
An armored truck carrying several million dollars worth of gold was robbed while it was stranded on Interstate 95 in Wilson County, North Carolina.
A picture of a 2-year-old went viral online in a cruel way. The young girl's family is upset. CNN affiliate WCBD reports.
The Department of Homeland Security won't run out of money anytime soon.
The engineer at the helm of a commuter train that crashed into a pickup truck and derailed last week in Oxnard, California, has died from his injuries, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office.
Lake Waban on the southern edge of Wellesley College is best known for its shoreline trails offering a scenic reprieve from campus life.
South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham is apologizing for commenting on Nancy Pelosi's "surgeries" as he critiqued her reaction to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress on Tuesday.
She's leaving. She's not leaving. Which is it?
A high school student organized a prank where the principal held a bucket as students dropped thank you notes inside. KWCH has the story.
Here's a pair of twins no one will have trouble telling apart: One is white, and one is black.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ordering his country to prepare for war with the U.S.
The island nation of Vanuatu has all the trappings of paradise, without the luxury hotels and resorts (for now). Bill Weir caught up with guide and photojournalist, Jimmy Nelson, to look back at their extraordinary experiences on these extraordinary islands.