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"He was one of the greatest players of all time," said Chicago Cubs Chairman Tom Ricketts, calling him "the warmest and most sincere person I've ever known." | PEOPLE WE LOST
An earlier effort to the raise the wreckage on Saturday was also foiled when a belt connecting the fuselage to a giant balloon broke.
A man was arrested Saturday at a conservative gathering widely considered the kickoff event for the 2016 Republican presidential race in Iowa.
CNN'S Isa Soares reports on Greeks desire for change amid an important election.
The Middle East now is especially turbulent -- with waves rocking several countries, so big that their effects are being felt worldwide.
Obama hopes to capitalize on his friendship with new Indian Prime Minister to achieve diplomatic progress on climate, defense and trade that's escaped past U.S. leaders.
A video posted online by a known ISIS supporter shows Japanese hostage Kenji Goto holding a photograph of what appears to be beheaded ISIS hostage Haruna Yukawa.
Academic Ryo Hinata-Yamaguchi says that the hostage crisis may have far-reaching consequences -- a more assertive policy will expose Japan to more conflict.
With a Clinton, a Bush and a Romney all seriously teasing presidential runs, why not a Palin?
CNN's Wolf Blitzer describes his visit to Auschwitz and the moment he realized his grandparents' fate. Watch "Voices of Auschwitz" Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET.
The world is closer to doomsday.
A mash-up of State of the Union addresses from Truman in 1947 to Obama in 2015. We cover 68 years in 68 seconds.
The Sun, Britain's best-selling newspaper, may finally be ditching its topless Page 3 models after all these years. Last Friday's print edition of The Sun put a halt to one of British journalism's most controversial traditions, however it has since reappeared in subsequent issues.
In a televised confession in 2005 Sajida al-Rishawi recounted how she tried to take part in a string of attacks that killed at least 57 people, but her bomb failed to detonate.
F-16 fighter jets escorted two passenger planes into Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport on Saturday after a bomb threat made on Twitter was deemed credible, according to military officials.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick insisted Saturday that the Patriots organization had done nothing wrong, as controversy continues over under-inflated footballs used in Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
It took about 45 minutes for an online campaign to raise $100,000 this week, the start of an initiative that has grown beyond its original goal of funding a class trip to Harvard.
The CEO for the World Wildlife Fund spotted a rare black jaguar in Brazil's Juruena National Park.
It doesn't get much better than an overwater bungalow in the Maldives.
For another weekend, moviegoers will be glued to their seats, watching the grit and turmoil of Chris Kyle, the real-life character portrayed in "American Sniper."
Obama's departure from his India trip was adjusted to allow him to stop in Riyadh on the way home, the White House says. | BERGEN: WHY OBAMA IS MAKING TRIP
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Bill Maher criticized the movie "American Sniper" and deceased Navy Seal Chris Kyle calling him a "psychopath patriot."
It turns out there's a pesky little gremlin lurking around in the Patriots equipment room deflating footballs. Mystery solved. We should have known all along there was a logical explanation for the "Deflategate" scandal gripping the Sport Nation.
A police investigation is underway after video surfaced appearing to show a San Francisco police officer trying to tip a disabled man out of his wheelchair. CNN affiliate KGO reports.
A big asteroid will fly by Earth on Monday, but NASA says don't worry -- we'll be safe.
You can't escape Disney's phenomenon "Frozen."
President Barack Obama used Tuesday night's State of the Union address to demand action on progressive priorities — but his silence on a number of key issues spoke just as loudly as his words.
Can you spot the fake baby? Jeanne Moos takes aim at "American Sniper" for using a doll rather than a real baby.
Can anybody stop Real Madrid, on the football pitch and off it?
Badass women of sci-fi.
In a modern twist of public square shaming, a Chinese court has blazoned the names and offenses of 50 individuals and four companies that have dodged paying fines.
Newtown, Connecticut, council members voted unanimously Wednesday to tear down the home of Adam Lanza, the site where he killed his mother before massacring 26 others at a nearby elementary school in 2012, according to First Selectman Patricia Llodra.
When the USS Kauffman steamed out of Norfolk Naval Station earlier this month, it marked the beginning of the end for an entire class of vessels in the U.S. Navy.
A new app shows you where there's a nearby toilet at someone's home or even office. WABC has the story.
It's enough to make Mulder and Scully seethe with envy.
Song lyrics that glorify violence are hardly uncommon. But a prosecutor in California says one rapper's violent lyrics go beyond creative license to conspiracy.