Jennifer Lopez seeks reinvention in 'Second Act' trailer
It's been far too long since we've seen Jennifer Lopez flex her comedy muscles on the big screen, but our wait is almost over.
Trump's military parade expected to cost nearly as much as 'tremendously expensive' canceled war games
President Donald Trump's military parade in DC is likely to cost nearly as much as the now canceled military exercise with South Korea that Trump called "tremendously expensive" and said cost "a fortune," three US defense officials tell CNN.
1 in 4 Tesla Model 3 orders has been canceled, analyst says
Tesla's stock is dropping nearly 3% after an analyst warned of a problems.
The most jaw-dropping aspects of the Trump-Putin summit
You know you're not in Kansas anymore when a US President is willing to consider allowing Russia to interrogate a former American ambassador about fabricated crimes, Aaron David Miller and Richard Sokolsky say. It's only one of the developments that made the Helsinki summit alarmingly unique in the annals of US diplomacy.
Jhonattan Vegas takes helicopter to The Open, barely makes his tee time
The 1986 film "Clockwise" starring Monty Python actor John Cleese tells the story of a clock-watching headteacher's journey to chair an important conference thwarted at every turn.
How 2006 changed the internet
During a six-month period in 2006, two pivotal events upended the internet as we know it: the launch of Twitter and Facebook's introduction of News Feed.
She's made history at Wimbledon, now South Africa wheelchair tennis star has her eyes on the top spot
Nearly 100 bodies found at a Texas construction site were probably black people forced into labor -- after slavery ended
Months after a Texas school district broke ground on a new technical center, archaeologists there made a surprising discovery: the long-buried remains of 95 people.
Democrats deliberately holding off meeting with Trump Supreme Court nominee, aide says
It's been more than a week since President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court and still, not a single Senate Democrat has sat down to meet with him.
Disney's battle plan? Just look around Comic-Con
Disney will advance its corporate battle plan with the addition of 21st Century Fox. To see how, just look around Comic-Con
President Trump today
President Trump says he'll have another meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin as intelligence officials continue to speak out about Russia's election interference. Follow here for the latest.
A former NASA engineer has created what may be the world's largest water gun. And it's Yuge!
Mark Rober is a former NASA engineer who clearly likes to think big. His latest creation: a really, really large Super Soaker
Former OSU wrestler says Richard Strauss molested him in late 1970s, earliest such allegation
A former Ohio State University wrestler said he was molested by Dr. Richard Strauss in the late 1970s, the earliest such allegation against the team doctor.
Venice: Insider Travel Guide
Venice, Italy: A maze of canals and one of the prettiest cities on Earth. Insiders help you nagivate the waterways, crowds, hotels and more.
Key Republican senator: Seeking Trump translator's notes 'not appropriate'
Sen. Bob Corker, the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, said Thursday he has decided it is not appropriate to ask for the translator's notes from the one-on-one Helsinki meeting between President Donald Trump and Russia President Vladimir Putin.
Top US general: 'No specific direction' received after Trump-Putin summit
The top US general in the Middle East told reporters that he has received "no specific direction" in the wake of Monday's meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, despite Russia's claims that agreements had been reached with regard to military cooperation.
With trade war looming, farmers brace for impact
Ron Gibson is always eager to show off his bustling Spanish onions -- 130 acres of them, to be exact -- on his family's farm just west of Ogden, Utah.
Russia set to reopen city where Russian scientists say Novichok was made
Russia has declared it will reopen the closed city where Russian scientists say chemical weapons and nerve agents, including the Novichok substance used in the Salisbury chemical attack, were made.
Denis Ten: Olympic figure skater stabbed to death
Tributes are being paid to Denis Ten, Kazakhstan's Olympic medal-winning figure skater, who died Thursday at the age of 25 after being stabbed.
Suspects in Novichok case flew out of UK in wake of attack, source says
British police have identified two suspects in the poisoning of former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, a source with knowledge of the investigation told CNN Thursday.
Cuomo widens lead over Nixon in poll as he's under fire for fundraising tactics
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has raced out to a 36-point lead over his progressive primary challenger, Cynthia Nixon, according to a new poll -- welcome news to his campaign after a day spent fending off criticism over its fundraising tactics.
Newly discovered armored dinosaur lived on a lost continent
The fossil of a previously unknown 76 million-year-old armored dinosaur that once roamed the lost continent of Laramidia is finally going on display.
Michelle Obama encourages voter registration in star-studded PSA
Michelle Obama wants to get out the vote this November -— and she has recruited a star-studded roster to spread the word about voter registration.
#TBT: The Seneca Falls Convention
Maria Butina's many roles: Grad student. Gun rights activist. Alleged Russian agent.
The list of allegations against Maria Butina reads like a plot from an international crime thriller. The 29-year-old Russian is accused of acting as a foreign agent in the United States and allegedly using sex and deception to build her network of influential international connections.
Additional election security funding left out of bill passed Thursday
22 of the best places to visit in the United States
Here are 22 of the best places to visit in the United States -- from the big cities you'd expect on an American travel list to less crowded spots for a quieter vacation.
Albright slams WH for considering Russian proposal to interrogate US ambassador
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on Thursday slammed the White House for considering a Russian proposal to interrogate Americans in exchange for assistance in the Mueller investigation.
Trump says he'll have another meeting with Putin, again calls media 'enemy of the people'
President Donald Trump said Thursday he is "looking forward" to meeting again with Russian President Vladimir Putin to "begin implementing" issues they discussed during their summit earlier this week.
How the NBA Finals and rainy baseball hurt eBay
Online retail giant eBay also owns ticket seller StubHub. And eBay's CEO said that business was hurt by a flood of canceled baseball games and a basketball championship series that went just four games instead of seven.