Court won't let sick toddler leave country

Judges on the UK Court of Appeal ruled against 23-month-old Alfie Evans' family following a decision by the High Court on Tuesday that prevented the terminally ill toddler from leaving Britain for further medical treatment.

Patton Oswalt credits late wife in Golden State…

Comedian Patton Oswalt proudly and tenderly praised his late wife for her work on the Golden State Killer case

APNewsBreak: Feds' delays imperil migrant children

A bipartisan Senate subcommittee has found that the government risks placing migrant children in the custody of human traffickers because federal agencies have delayed crucial reforms needed to keep the children safe

Accused serial rapist and killer undetected…

The suspected Golden State Killer became less prolific but deadlier after losing his job as a police officer

Rights group says British-Iranian professor held in Tehran

A New York-based rights group says a British-Iranian university professor has been detained in Tehran by the country's hard-line Revolutionary Guard

Jury awards $67M to ex-miners who used defective dust masks

Two former coal miners in Kentucky who claimed defective dust masks led to their debilitating black-lung disease were awarded $67.5 million in damages in their civil lawsuit.

Photos that tell the story of the last 75 years

An exhibition at the Newseum in the US shows off some of the most striking news photos of the last seven decades.

Internet Finds Trump Lookalike in Spain

The Internet has found a potato farmer in Spain that's going viral because she resembles President Trump. Her name is Dolores Leis Antelo.

Taking a Photo May Not be the Best Way to…

New research reveals that our reliance on digital photos and video may make it more difficult for us to remember important moments. Tony Spitz has the details.

EPA chief faces Capitol Hill grilling over…

Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt faces potentially make-or-break hearings on Capitol Hill, where he is expected to face questions about spending and ethics scandals that have triggered bipartisan calls for his ouster

Manhunt underway for suspect in killing of…

A manhunt is underway for the suspect in what is believed to be the first killing of a law enforcement officer in Maine in nearly 30 years

Twitter beats estimates on overseas growth

Twitter reported its second profitable quarter and topped Wall Street targets for revenue and monthly active users, as advertisers in Asia and other markets outside the United States embraced its video ads. Aleksandra Michalska reports.

LG to buy automotive light maker ZKW for 1.1 billion euros

LG Electronics to acquire Austrian-based automotive light maker ZKW in biggest acquisition in company's history

Court won't return tigers, exotic animals to Ohio…

Another court is denying an Ohio man's bid to have his six tigers and other exotic animals returned to his roadside sanctuary

Lawsuit forces magician to reveal secret

Magician David Copperfield was forced to reveal the secret to a popular illusion in his act after he was sued by a participant who was injured during the show. CNN's Omar Jimenez reports.

Facebook advertisers shrug off its privacy scandal

What scandal? Facebook advertisers shrug off privacy concerns

Reporter to White House: 'We are not yes men'

American Urban Radio Network White House correspondent and CNN political analyst April Ryan discusses the challenges she faces in her role in asking questions the Trump administration may not like, and how the relationship has become contentious.

Ohio man accused in terror plot seeks early…

An Ohio man has unsuccessfully asked a judge to release him from his 22-year prison sentence on a terrorism conviction

Cincinnati passes 911 center plan after trapped…

The Cincinnati City Council has voted to infuse nearly a half million dollars into an emergency call center that's come under scrutiny after the failed response to find a teen who was trapped in a minivan and died despite twice calling 911

Editor who posted editorial on blog without…

An editor at The Daily Camera who published a critical editorial about the newspaper's owners without the publisher's permission has been fired