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US Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman was asked on a date by Oakland Raiders tight end Colton Underwood during an interview.
You can call this drama "Gone With the Wind," "Whatever Floats Your Boat," or "Oh, Canada!"
Smokejumpers are elite firefighters who parachute out of airplanes and into fiery forests -- extremely dangerous work that pays just $15 an hour.
Bonnie Baha, an elite credit analyst and lieutenant of "bond king" Jeff Gundlach, died in a car accident over the weekend.
We knew we had to speak up -- and stand up.
Speedo is the first Ryan Lochte sponsor to cut its ties with the disgraced U.S. swimmer.
A heartbreaking image of a young boy sitting next to the body of his murdered father has gone viral. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A man in India spent two months swallowing knives and had 40 of them surgically removed from his stomach, according to the doctor who led the operation.
At an average resale price of $520, tickets to see the women's final on September 10 are only 18% cheaper than the men's final -- which is the closest the tournaments have come in price since SeatGeek began tracking the numbers in 2011.
Clinton Foundation controversies were back in headlines this week. But the news was overshadowed by Clinton's GOP rival and his campaign shakeup.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared ISIS as the "likely perpetrator" of an attack that killed at least 50 people at a wedding in the nation's southeast.
A man who identified as half-Indian was escorted out of a Donald Trump rally despite insisting he was a Trump supporter.
Smartphone manufacturers are finding it harder to make products that stand out. So what to do?
The biggest tech, cable and telecom companies are all coming together to fight the arch nemesis of consumers: robocalls.
When Massachusetts law enforcement surrounded the house of a 31-year-old suspected drug dealer Thursday, the person in the home didn't initially match the description.
Life has already changed for four-time Olympic gold medalist gymnast Simone Biles.
To a fortunate many, war is an abstraction and the suffering it brings, though easy to understand, is hard to truly imagine. It's one of the reasons war photography and images of conflict are so essential. They bring these concepts into blinding focus and deny us the luxury of looking away.
Matthew Bissonnette, the former Navy SEAL who participated in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden and wrote a tell-all book about it, has agreed to pay the US government all past and future proceeds from the best-seller after the Department of Justice said he failed to have a draft reviewed by the government.
North Korea said its diplomat who recently defected to South Korea is a "criminal" who had been under investigation for "intentionally leaking secrets, embezzling state property" and a "sex offense."
Austin Schexnayder had been scrambling for days to salvage what he could of his home after Louisiana's historic floods. He hadn't seen his kids in six days.
It's not just about police killing black men. It's deeper than that.
Two CNN political commentators argue over Donald Trump's comments to African-Americans.
August has thus far been kind to Hillary Clinton's poll numbers both nationally and in some critical battleground states.
After days of confusion about what actually happened to Ryan Lochte, James Feigen, Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz, there's now video of the incident, which occurred at a gas station in the early morning of August 14.
Helsinki, Finland is road-testing autonomous buses as part of the effort to make the city car-free within a decade.
To celebrate National Aviation Day on August 19, we look at how airlines choose the names for their planes
Here's a perfect one for a Throwback Thursday: Adam West, Burt Ward and Julie Newmar are reprising their famous "Batman" roles in the new animated film "Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders."
The most surprising government agency to lampoon Donald Trump this week? The New York City Parks Department.
The Fox News housecleaning continues.
Usain Bolt proved unbeatable once again as he claimed victory in the men's 200-meters final with a time of 19.78 seconds in Rio Thursday.
It was a terrific day at the track for the United States, and one that also featured one of the Olympics' most odd moments in athletics history.
The Viacom board met Thursday evening to approve a settlement that will change the face of the company.
Amber Heard has made good on her promise to give the millions she received from her divorce settlement with Johnny Depp to charity.
Gawker.com, the flagship site of Gawker Media that typified the company's candid and unapologetic brand of journalism, will be shuttered next week.
Florida Department of Health Investigators said Thursday that there are two new non-travel-related cases of the Zika virus in their state, bringing the total number of non-travel-related cases to 35.
Between swimming, his own reality show and being called one of the sexiest men alive, Ryan Lochte has had a colorful journey as an Olympic athlete. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.
A year after treasure hunters alerted authorities to an underground 'Nazi gold train', a team started excavations in the hope of solving the WWII mystery.
Jake Tapper checks some recent statements from the Democratic ticket about Mark Zandi, an economist who has offered praise of the Clinton's plans.
An attorney for Ryan Lochte told CNN he and three other swimmers are being targeted by Brazil after reporting they were robbed.
There were 27 heroin overdoses within four hours, including one death, in Huntington, West Virginia on Monday. Officials believe the drug may be laced with something making it particularly dangerous.
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