Supreme Court will take up immigration-related case next term
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to hear a case next term concerning Kansas' prosecution of three undocumented immigrants for using stolen Social Security numbers in an effort to gain employment.
Kellyanne Conway's husband is trying to tell the public Trump is mentally ill. She doesn't agree
Her husband believes President Donald Trump's mental condition is deteriorating. Kellyanne Conway, Trump's top White House counselor, disagrees.
What's moving markets today
Here's what investors are paying attention to.
Steve King shares meme touting red states in potential modern-day civil war
Rep. Steve King, whose history of making racist remarks has recently come under scrutiny, shared a Facebook post over the weekend that boasts red states would "win" a fight against blue states — and that they have "8 trillion bullets."
Investors are in a holding pattern. Here's why
The stock market has been relatively quiet lately. But the calm may not last much longer. Investors may soon have actual details about a US-China trade deal to digest as well as a wave of corporate earnings reports.
Schools closed as firefighters continue battling blaze at Texas chemical storage facility
A fire burning overnight at a chemical storage facility in suburban Houston shut down schools and a state highway as it spread to eight tanks containing gas, oil and chemicals, officials said Monday.
Asian airlines named the cleanest in the world in Skytrax survey
Asian carriers dominate a new list identifying the world's cleanest airlines. But which airline ranks as the most spotless in the survey carried out by Skytrax?
Utrecht tram shooting: one person feared dead
Multiple people injured and one person feared dead after shots fired inside a tram in Utrecht, Netherlands. Follow here for the latest.
How 34 recorded phone calls helped prosecutors bring down the college admissions scam
Each call to a parent was a set-up, made by Rick Singer at the direction of law enforcement agents and recorded to further implicate them in the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted in the US.
Why Yes Men don't win in the end
Being a team player, always raising your hand to tackle a new project, and consistently exceeding expectations can make you an invaluable employee at work. But so can knowing when to say no.
Could 'adopted Welshman' Warren Gatland coach the All Blacks?
Any doubts as to whether Warren Gatland is amongst rugby's greatest ever coaches have effectively been put to bed during this year's Six Nations.
Nebraskans are recovering from historic floods, but more are on the way
Many Nebraska towns have become islands, highways are now fast-flowing streams and dozens of flood records have been broken -- but there may be more flooding to come.
Utrecht tram shooting: Multiple people hurt in Dutch incident
Police in the Netherlands say multiple people have been injured after a shooting incident inside a tram in the Dutch town of Utrecht.
New Zealand mosque terror attacks
At least 50 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch. Follow here for the latest.
Dead whale found with 40 kilograms of plastic bags in its stomach
A young whale whose carcass washed up in the Philippines died of "dehydration and starvation" after consuming 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of plastic bags, scientists have found.
This nonprofit helps homeless people record video messages and reunites them with long-lost loved ones
For years, Jasmine Cornett wandered the streets of San Francisco looking for her uncle Wayne, whom she hadn't seen since she was 12 years old. She often snapped photos of the homeless people she saw and sent them to her father and her aunt Lisa, asking if maybe this time she'd caught a glimpse of Wayne.
Wall Street Journal: Transportation Department inspector general investigating FAA's approval of Boeing 737 Max
The Transportation Department's Inspector General has opened an investigation into the Federal Aviation Administration's approval of Boeing's 737 Max planes, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
Lambs born from world's oldest stored semen
Scientists in Australia have set a new record by using the world's oldest known viable semen to impregnate dozens of merino sheep.
Cristiano Ronaldo: Juventus star charged for 'cojones' celebration
Cristiano Ronaldo is facing disciplinary action after his "cojones" celebration in Juventus' 3-0 win against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.
Cheltenham Festival: A day in the life of Paul Nicholls' racing yard
What does a day at a top racing yard look like? CNN visited Paul Nicholls' Manor Farm Stables and spoke to its head lad Clifford Baker.
Lyft plans to raise more than $2 billion in its IPO
Lyft has set a price range for its initial public offering, which could value the company at about $20 billion.
More mothers are ending up behind bars. Meeting the needs of their children is becoming a bigger priority
It's just before sunrise on a Saturday morning, and the first few children are slowly trickling in. They've arrived at an office space that could easily be mistaken for a cheerful elementary school classroom, with its bright primary colors and cubbies along the wall. The teenagers slump onto couches, while the littlest ones mostly stand, rubbing sleepy eyes.
What Medicare for all means for doctors and hospitals
Americans generally don't like the idea of giving up their private health insurance. Hospitals and doctors don't want them to, either.
Trump finds plenty to be outraged about -- aside from New Zealand
President Donald Trump spent the weekend venting venom at a bewildering list of targets -- even as much of the rest of the world was still trying to come to terms with a true outrage -- the carnage wrought against Muslims in New Zealand.
Suspect in reputed crime boss killing to waive extradition, lawyer says
The man who has been taken into custody in connection with the shooting death of the reputed New York crime boss Francesco "Frank" Cali, will waive extradition on Monday, his lawyer told CNN.
Three teens die in crush at St. Patrick's Day disco in Northern Ireland
Three teenagers have died after a "crush" at a St. Patrick's Day disco in a hotel in Northern Ireland, according to police.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirms gun law reform after mosque massacre
New Zealand's government has agreed to reform the country's gun laws in the wake of last Friday's massacre at two mosques, in which 50 people were killed, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed.
A picture of a firefighter carrying an elderly woman up some stairs is capturing hearts
Thomas Harwell saw an elderly woman struggling to get up and down some stairs so he picked her up, literally.
Beto O'Rourke raised massive $6.1 million his first day in the 2020 race, campaign says
Beto O'Rourke raised $6.1 million in the first 24 hours of his presidential campaign, his campaign said Monday, in what amounts to the largest announced first-day haul of any 2020 Democratic contender to date.
Why AI is still terrible at spotting violence online
Artificial intelligence can identify people in pictures, find the next TV series you should binge watch on Netflix, and even drive a car.