Sources: Nation's disabled work program mired in corruption
What's next for disability rights?
Wrestler and martial artist Kyle Maynard has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, traveled the world and won an ESPY Award. It may come as a surprise to some people that he's done all of it, and more, as a quadruple amputee.
Boy Scouts lift gay leader ban
Escort kills possible serial killer
"He pulled a gun on me! He was going to kill me!"
Horrific accident atop escalator
Security camera footage has emerged of a mother saving her young son's life seconds before losing her own on an escalator in China.
Funerals for Louisiana theater shooting victims begin
Boy killed in sacrifice ritual
A Nepalese man has confessed to the murder of a young boy after claiming a shaman advised him that a human sacrifice would heal his ailing son, local police said.
911 call: 'He killed my husband!'
A Florida man was shot to death in front of his family in an apparent road rage incident captured on 911 recordings.
Huckabee out-Trumps GOP field
Russia bombers: Why so close?
Two Russian bombers intercepted by U.S. fighter jets off the California coast on July Fourth could be seen as having raised a metaphorical middle finger to the United States.
2 Florida teens missing at sea
The families of two 14-year-old boys who went missing on a fishing trip off the Florida coast believe they'll be found, one of the boys' mothers said Monday morning.
Shark kills diver as daughter watches
A man was fatally attacked by a shark while he and his daughter were diving for scallops off of the Tasmanian coast of Australia.
Writer who knew Ted Bundy dies
Ann Rule, the author of such true-crime books as "The Stranger Beside Me" and "Every Breath You Take," has died. She was 83.
Leading sources of food poisoning
There are an estimated 76 million cases of food poisoning in the United States every year. A small fraction of these illnesses lead to hospitalization and death, but the vast majority usually just lead to a wretched day on the toilet.
The most ubiquitous consumer item
Guess who's expecting a baby?
Rapper-actor Ice-T and wife Coco are expecting a baby.
J-Lo heats it up for 46th birthday
Dang, Jennifer Lopez!
Cosby and #TheEmptyChair
Should I show 'Cosby Show' to my kids?
Once you've lost a parent or another loved one, it's hard to fully mourn the loss of somebody you don't know. Even if they were in your home once a week for family gatherings during your formative years.
Who are Cosby's accusers?
More than 20 women have spoken with CNN, asserted their allegations on camera or in published accounts, or have been the subject of responses from Cosby's attorneys.
'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' at 30: Where are they now?
'Pee-wee's Big Adventure' is turning 30, take a look at what the actors from the cult-classic are up to now.
'High School Musical' cast reunites
Unlike many people, graduates from East High School didn't dread their recent class reunion. In fact, the cast of "High School Musical" shared a joyful moment on the red carpet seven years after graduation.
'Frozen' actress surprises ill fan
Avery Huffman, a 6-year-old girl, was recently diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor.
What it's like to fly in a tin 'time machine'
The Ford Tri-Motor was the first all-metal, multi-engine commercial airliner. Step aboard this nearly 90-year-old plane they call the "Tin Goose."
Huckabee jabs back at Obama over Iran comments
6 key 2016 developments you missed
Over the weekend, the 2016 campaign trail was abuzz with presidential candidates pitching plans and engaging with voters and Sunday and Saturday had no shortage of news-making comments from 2016ers.
Obama dives into GOP primary fight
O'Malley to meet with black leaders in S.C.
Martin O'Malley will head to South Carolina early next week after being invited by the black leadership group 20/20 Leaders of America, the O'Malley campaign confirmed to CNN on Monday.
Fiorina joins Koch Brothers 2016 summit
Longshot presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has won an invitation to the powerful Koch Brothers' donor summit this weekend, an opportunity for her to impress some of the Republican Party's most well-heeled contributors.
Donald Trump leaves world in disbelief
What Jeb Bush doesn't get about Medicare
On July 30, 1965, 50 years ago this coming Thursday, President Lyndon Johnson signed Medicare and Medicaid into law, creating some of the biggest changes in social programs in America's history.
What Putin is really up to
While Iranian leaders prepare to pause on their nuclear program, Russia and North Korea appear locked in a contest for chief nuclear menace.
How serious is the Clinton email controversy?
Of the many allegations related to Hillary Clinton's emails -- ranging from reasonable to conspiratorial -- the most serious are the findings by two inspectors general that Clinton's private email server contained classified information and a related referral to the FBI concerning a "potential compromise of classified information." While details remain unclear, the alleged presence of classified information on a private email server undoubtedly has legal implications for the controversy -- and places a strain on Clinton's public defense.
How to save families from losing everything
In 2013, Nicole, a 26-year-old single mother in Chicago, represented herself in eviction court. She thought she was agreeing to pay the rent so she could stay in her home, only to find out later she had agreed to an order awarding her landlord possession of the only decent housing she could afford.
One of the scariest jet landings ever
A bumpy landing was caught on camera as a KLM flight touched down in Amsterdam.
Video shows theater gunman before shooting
New details paint a darker picture of John Houser, the man who shot and killed two women and injured nine others in a Louisiana movie theater.
911 call captures fatal road rage shooting
CNN's Nick Valencia reports on a fatal shooting that occurred in Florida after a road rage incident.
A royal welcome: Go inside Buckingham Palace
Britain's royal family welcomed more than 60,000 guests in 2014. This summer, the public gets a taste of what goes into a state visit.
Killer whale's disastrous choice while hunting seals
A group of volunteers used blankets, buckets and a water pump to keep a stranded killer whale safe until the tide came back. CNN affiliate CBC has more.
WWII-era Bugs Bunny used racial slurs
Bugs Bunny has done some less than politically correct things in his cartoon life. Lisa France looks at the skeletons in Bug's Bunny's closet as he celebrates his 75th birthday.
Ew! What kind of snake is that?
Scientists hope the discovery will help show how snakes made the transition from lizards to serpents.
Reason #1 not to pose for a selfie with a rattlesnake
A San Diego man was bitten by a rattlesnake, but he was not prepared for the high cost to treat the bite. KGTV has more.
Water balloon explodes with man inside
"The Slow Mo Guys" have a new viral hit that's a followup to their 2011 video that has 95 million views.
Writer explains magazine cover, story on Bill Cosby
The cover of New York Magazine shows 35 of Bill Cosby's accusers. Noreen Malone, the author of the story, speaks with CNN's Brooke Baldwin.
Sheriff insists Obama's birth certificate is fake
Sheriff Joe Arpaio says that he still believes that President Obama was not born in the United States.
Gay former Boy Scout leader: Lifted ban isn't enough
Jon Langbert, a former Boy Scout leader who is gay, says that the lifted ban on gay adult leaders does not go far enough.
Asia's tortured maids
Sex trafficking: The new American slavery
CNN's Maddox honored for anti-slavery efforts
CNN's Tony Maddox talks about the award he and others received from the U.S. State Department for their fight against slavery.
Nixon's 9/11: When terrorism came of age
The other September 11th
Before September 11, 2001, there was September 11, 1970. Stephen Collinson explains the significance of the day that changed air travel forever.
70 historic moments from the 1970s
The '70s may have been many things, but boring sure wasn't one of them. Check out 70 of the most unforgettable images of the decade.
The 'most ubiquitous consumer item'
In 2010, the Guinness Book of World Records named the plastic bag the "most ubiquitous consumer item" in the world, with trillions made every year.
Finding personality under the sea
A quick Internet search of the Similan Islands in Thailand will yield a beach lover's paradise -- azure blue waters, lush greenery and pink speckled coral reefs.
The week in 38 photos
Take a look at 38 photos of the week from July 17 through July 23.
How Henry Ford built his empire
The Ford Motor Co. began with Henry Ford, an engineer, tinkering in his garage. It soon became the world's leading producer of automobiles. See photos from the company's early days.
Newly released photos inside White House bunker on 9/11
Photos: Cheney and Bush on 9/11
More than 350 photos focusing on then-Vice President Dick Cheney and other Bush administration officials on September 11, 2001, have been released following a Freedom of Information Act request.
Osama bin Laden's compound
Take a look at the compound where Osama bin Laden was found and killed in 2011.
Do's and don'ts in active shooter situation
Are you prepared if an active shooter situation unfolded in front of you? CNN's Randi Kaye looks at the training involved in surviving an active shooter situation.
CNN anchor to Trump: Don't punish reporters
Donald Trump explains why he banned reporters from the Des Moines Register after an editorial calling for him to drop out of the race.
Lord quits post after drug allegations
Lord Sewel, a senior figure in the United Kingdom's House of Lords, has resigned from his post as a deputy speaker after video emerged that allegedly showed him snorting cocaine in the company of prostitutes.
Billy Crystal's show canceled
View this list of canceled TV shows to see which ones have gotten the ax.
Obama cracks 'birther' joke in Kenya
NASA finds Earth's 'cousin'
The disappointed tourists of Yelp
The online review site Yelp isn't just a place to compare local dry cleaners or find out if anyone, ever, has patronized the shady, constantly shuttered takeaway joint on your corner.
Gerard Pique -- Soccer Star Hits Half Court NBA Shot
Soccer superstar Gerard Pique proved his hands are just as accurate as his feet ... sinking a half-court NBA shot on his first try during a shootaround with Golden State Warriors star Harrison Barnes. Shakira's…
Aerosol Can + Fire Stove = Explosive Video
Science experiments for idiots tend to go really wrong on the reg … luckily for us these pyromaniacs filmed their little chemistry project for our viewing pleasure. Check out the explosive video from these nitwits.
Boxer Victor Ortiz -- Arrested at Kenny Chesney Concert ... Assault with Deadly Weapon
Ex-boxing champ Victor Ortiz -- who once competed on "Dancing with the Stars" -- was arrested at the Kenny Chesney concert in Pasadena this weekend for assault with a deadly weapon ... TMZ Sports has learned.
Michael Jordan -- Watch Me Wobble, Baby (Video)
Michael Jordan's got moves!!!! His Airness put his wobble on display at Barley Mash nightclub in San Diego this weekend in front of a packed house ... and the 52-year-old proved his greatness extends to the dance…
NFL's Vontaze Burfict -- Battle Testing Repaired Knee ... After Major Surgery
Bad news for QBs ... Vontaze Burfict's knee is definitely functional again after a major off-season surgery -- and we're told he's been killing himself in the gym to get back to full strength. After dominating in…
Bobbi Kristina -- Autopsy Shows No Evidence of Foul Play
There are no obvious signs someone tried to kill Bobbi Kristina ... this according to the preliminary autopsy results. According to the Fulton County Medical Examiner, the autopsy shows "no obvious underlying cause of death." The Medical…
Joe Jackson -- Alert and Cracking Jokes After Stroke, Heart Attacks
Joe Jackson is doing well after a series of medical emergencies ... so well he's cracking jokes in his hospital bed. A Jackson family rep tells TMZ ... Joe's speech is not impaired and his vision is restored. As we reported, a artery burst…
Rob Schneider Burglarized -- $175K Willie Mays Baseball Card Stolen
3:55 PM PT -- Law enforcement sources tell TMZ the burglars broke in through a sliding glass door in the rear of the home, using some kind of blunt object to break the glass. Rob Schneider's home was burglarized Friday night and uber-expensive…
Heroic Woman Saves Her Son’s Life After Freak Escalator Accident (VIDEO)
A two-year-old boy is alive and well in China after his quick-thinking mother had the sense to push him to safety after a mall escalator malfunctioned and swallowed her alive. The woman passed away in the ordeal and reports say it took four hours…
Bobbi Kristina -- Whitney Houston Decides Where Fortune Goes
Bobbi Kristina was set to inherit at least $20 million when Whitney Houston died, but there were strings attached and it looks like most of that fortune will be determined by Whitney's wishes ... not her daughter's. We've seen a copy of Whitney's…
NFL's Jonathan Martin -- Retiring From Football ... At the Age of 25
Add another name to the trend of young players who've retired from the NFL at an early age ... Panthers OL Jonathan Martin has chosen to hang up his cleats at the age of 25. Martin was expected to miss the entire 2015 season with a back injury,…
Taylor Swift -- Does Solid For Houston Astros ... Or Just Jinxed Them
The battle for Minute Maid Park is over ... and the Houston Astros have won -- with Taylor Swift agreeing to reschedule a concert date that would have conflicted with an Astros playoff game.
Wedding Fail -- Bouquet Goes Up ... Baby Goes Down
Adults diving for a wedding bouquet is pretty common … but when a baby is the one on all fours after the flower toss, you know something seriously went wrong. Check out the video of this butter fingers caring more about the superstition…
Joe Jackson -- Pacemaker Surgery after 3 Heart Attacks
Joe Jackson suffered 3 heart attacks and just underwent surgery ... TMZ has learned. The 87-year-old was admitted to a Sao Paulo hospital Sunday after signs of a stroke. Joe lost his vision, and a publicist says it was the result of an artery…
Michael Jordan -- Sippin' $4,000 Tequila ... In Nightclub Turn Up
Michael Jordan hit the club in San Diego this weekend ... dancing his face off and sipping VERY expensive tequila ... and TMZ Sports has the footage. MJ and his wife -- along with NFL star Dwight Freeney -- rolled…
NHL's T.J. Oshie -- Marries Smokin' Hot Blonde (Pics)
Washington Capitols star T.J. Oshie -- the hero for the U.S. Olympic hockey team -- is officially a married man ... after tying the knot to his ridiculously attractive baby mama. Oshie and his longtime GF, Lauren Cosgrove, got hitched…
Bobbi Kristina -- Now It's a Homicide Investigation
The investigation into the circumstances that led to Bobbi Kristina's death Sunday has just been amped up ... TMZ has learned it's now officially a homicide investigation. Law enforcement sources tell us, both the D.A. and the cops are…
Puddle of Mudd Singer Wes Scantlin -- Busted for DWI ... FOUR TIMES THE LEGAL LIMIT!!!
Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin has been arrested yet again ... this time in Minnesota for allegedly driving while intoxicated -- a whopping four times the legal limit -- and leading cops on a 100 MPH chase. According to the…
Terrell Owens -- Furious Over Junior Seau
Terrell Owens is pissed that Junior Seau's family won't be able to speak live at the NFL legend's Hall of Fame induction ceremony ... saying the whole thing is "terrible." Seau is set to be posthumously enshrined in…
Khloe Kardashian -- My Rock Bottom Ain’t So Bad
Khloe Kardashian has been hitting the gym and it's paid off BIG time -- because she's giving sister Kim a run for her money with this ass shot. Khloe not only opens her legs, but opens up about the rough year she's had getting over…