Netanyahu calls Washington trip 'crucial'
As he boarded the plane for his polarizing trip to the U.S., Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he fears 'for the fate of the state of Israel.' FULL STORY
Fugitive pastor captured
Brazilian police worked for five months to track down a fugitive American pastor accused of dozens of sexual assaults in Minnesota.
Her epic fat shaming response
In this week's Lisa's Desk episode, Lisa talks about a recent incident involving "Trainwreck" actress Amy Schumer, who is a size 6.
What has Taco Bell done to Cap'n Crunch?
Mourners gather for slain Putin critic
Authorities didn't issue a permit for march when it was an opposition rally. But they will allow procession honoring Boris Nemtsov, People's Freedom Party leader Mikhail Kasyanov says. FULL STORY
Teen killed after Facebook spat
The fatal feud started with a quarrel on Facebook, devolved into a planned brawl at a park, and ended with a 14-year-old girl dead.
Hernandez trial: What you missed this week
The ruling that Odin Lloyd's sister will be able to say she got texts from him just minutes before his death is just one chilling development in former NFL star Aaron Hernandez's murder trial. FULL STORY
Venezuela: Americans arrested
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said Saturday that authorities in his country have arrested
U.S. writer hacked to death
Extremists had threatened to kill Avijit Roy if he came to his native Bangladesh. FULL STORY
Mysterious images of Ceres
CNN's Rachel Crane looks at Ceres, a mysterious dwarf planet, as NASA's Dawn spacecraft closes in.
ISIS says it will free 29 Christians
An ISIS court in northern Syria has ordered the release of 29 Assyrian Christian hostages among more than 200 captured by the Sunni extremist group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday, citing an Assyrian commander.
Stolen NASCAR Sprint Cup car found
Maybe the thieves didn't know what they were stealing.
That dress: Why you see blue, she sees white
Before you strangle your best friend who sees the colors in the now-famous dress differently than you do, please know that there's a scientific explanation.
What's streaming on Netflix, Amazon and others
Raise your hand if you are ready for spring and some warmer weather.
'Duck Dynasty' star's STD rant gets ovation
Speaking at CPAC, Phil Robertson cited a 2008 CDC study of STDs and said the estimated 110 million STD cases in the United States are "the revenge of the hippies."
Alaska flights canceled over volcano ash
A volcano in Russia led to the cancellation of flights in Alaska over the weekend.
100 U.S. troops drop on Germany
Catwoman comes out
Catwoman has been an arch-nemesis for Batman for 75 years, becoming an antihero over time and spinning off into her own comic book series.
Billionaire: I was poster boy for inequality
Imagine an American billionaire who is so callous that he could fly into Davos, Switzerland, for the annual World Economic Conference and announce that "America's lifestyle expectations are far too high and need to be adjusted so we have less things and a smaller, better existence." Pretty outrageous, don't you think?
1,000-pound woman loses over 800 pounds
Mayra Gonzalez has lost over 800 pounds since she lied to prosecutors in 2008, telling them she rolled onto her nephew and killed him, in an effort to protect her sister. The capital murder charges against Gonzalez were dropped and she began a journey to reclaim her health.
Reliving the '90s
Fans near and far salute Leonard Nimoy
In a moment Friday, the social-media debate over whether a dress was white and gold or blue and black was silenced.
Shatner: Spock would not have been the same
In an interview taped two days before Leonard Nimoy's death, William Shatner reflects on Nimoy's legacy.
More optical illusions like #TheDress
Fascinated by #TheDress? Here are some other eye-bending illusions that prove what you see is not always real.
Police chief reveals JonBenét Ramsey details
Mark Beckner, the former Boulder, Colorado police chief who investigated JonBenét Ramsey's death, revealed more than he intended to on Reddit.
The week in 32 photos
Photos: Look at me! 23 selfies of the week
Kanye launches apology spree
The hottest job on Earth?
Leonard Nimoy: A fascinating career
People we lost in 2015
Remembering those who died in 2015.
Vintage NASA photos up for auction
Nearly 700 photographs from the golden age of space exploration are being sold by Bloomsbury Auctions in London. The sale includes iconic images and a large number of rarely seen photographs from NASA.
Cute dog has nose for 'black diamonds'
New coat unleashes old memories
My mother, well-tempered but suffering from ever-worsening confusion, needed supervision. Her caretaker was ill, and I told my sisters, much to their relief, that I would be the first line of defense.
1-800-DOUBTS: Helpline for atheists
Madonna falls at awards show
'Top Model' contestant slain
Mirjana Puhar, a recent contestant on "America's Next Top Model," was found dead in a triple homicide Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to police reports.
Caught on camera: Florida police get physical
Two Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after video surfaced of a Fort Lauderdale officer slapping a man and a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy dragging a handcuffed woman down a hallway.
Leaked memo warns United pilots
United Airlines sent a scathing memo to its pilots warning that alarming behavior of its flight teams must stop now.
Rare birth: Baby born encased in amniotic sac
We all know that every baby is special, but Silas Philips pulled off a rare feat right out of the womb.
'Ghost Rider' resurrected from Boneyard
2,500 train cars dumped in sea
Usually dumping metal into the ocean is a bad thing, but for once throwing disused items into the sea is working out for the greater good.
Iran blows up fake USS Nimitz
Iran blasted its mock-up of a U.S. aircraft carrier during naval drills on Wednesday, swarming the target with 100 speedboats armed with rockets, shoulder-launched missiles and mortars as well as striking it with cruise missiles, according to reports from Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency.
Howard: Marriage failure, parenting success
It's a neurological disorder that causes involuntary movements and noises -- known as tics -- but for leading goalkeeper Tim Howard, Tourette's syndrome was the making of him.
Man creates huge snow tunnel to his driveway
A Canadian man shoveled a giant snow tunnel from his house to his car. The tunnel has been seen around the world. CNN affiliate CBC News has the story.
Wife of 'Sniper' knew 'something was up'
After eight days of testimony, the murder trial in the "American Sniper's"death has not answered the question that still haunts the families of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield. FULL STORY