• Capital murder charge brought in KC shootings

    A man suspected of killing three people at two Jewish-affiliated facilities in Kansas has been charged with capital murder, prosecutors announced Tuesday.

  • Boston perseveres a year after bombs

    "We respond, we endure, we overcome and we own the finish line," Vice President Joe Biden said as Boston marked the anniversary of the bombings at its namesake marathon.

  • On anniversary, Tsarnaev awaits trial

    Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been frozen in the public mind by four images.

  • Tax-writing lawmakers: Do as I say ...

    The House Ways and Means Committee is the oldest, and arguably the most powerful, in Congress with members responsible for writing the nation's tax laws.

  • Solar plane 'flies forever' without fuel

    Flight pioneers Bertrand Piccard and Andre Borschberg have unveiled a sun-powered plane that will attempt the first round-the-world solar flight.

  • Want pot? Head to the vending machine

    Pot vending machine is full of "pizazz." CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the unveiling.

  • Doctor takes on gun violence

    On the next episode of the CNN Original Series Chicagoland, a gun violence spike has Dr. Dennis fighting to save lives. An all new episode of Chicagoland. Thursday night at 10/9c.

  • Chicago division not Emanuel's fault

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel is not creating two cities, despite Kevin Coval's view in a recent opinion piece about the series "Chicagoland" that's airing on CNN.

  • Is Safe Passage ... safe?

    Anxiety simmered in the days before Chicago's school year began. Everyone there knew about the city's intractable gang problems, the explosive violence that came with it -- and the dangerous, shifting territories schoolchildren might cross even more often just to get to school.

  • Asian pollution could impact weather

    A study finds that air pollution from Asia directly affects the storm pattern over the Pacific Ocean. Researchers further speculate that this could be driving freak winter weather in North America.

  • Scan a brain, read a mind?

    What we write online may be intercepted, filtered and publicized, but we'd like to think that the thoughts and images in our heads are totally private.

  • 'Modest hope' to slow warming

    Keeping global warming down to a level people can live with means cutting carbon emissions to "near zero" by the end of the century, even in an increasingly industrialized world, the top U.N. experts on the issue reported Sunday.

  • Hate crime in KC shootings?

    A man suspected of fatally shooting three people at two Jewish-affiliated facilities could be formally charged with hate crimes as early as Tuesday.

  • Google Glass makes you target?

    Glass, Google's high-profile entry into the world of wearable tech, may help launch a revolution if it's released later this year as expected. But test models already on the street have begun playing a more unlikely role -- as symbols in a simmering fight over Silicon Valley's impact on the city of San Francisco.

  • Blood moon delights sky gazers

    Sky gazers caught a glimpse of the "blood moon" crossing the Earth's shadow Tuesday in all its splendor.

  • Police: Mom admits killing 6 babies

    A 39-year-old woman in Utah told police she either strangled or suffocated at least six babies immediately after she gave birth to them over a period of years, a document shows.

  • 'Blood moon' wows sky gazers

    Stargazers glimpsed a rare treat as a "blood moon" crossed the Earth's shadow Tuesday.

  • 'Blood moon' mesmerizes sky gazers

    Stargazers glimpsed a rare treat as a "blood moon" crossed the Earth's shadow Tuesday.

  • Philly journalist backed little guy

    Elmer Smith remembers Chuck Stone, the legendary journalist from Philadelphia who was known as a thorn in the side of police and an advocate for the little guy

  • If government guaranteed income

    David Wheeler says as middle-class careers continue to disappear, we need a monthly cash payment to everyone

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