Iran: Netanyahu had 'no effect' on nuclear deal
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his supporters are trying to create "an atmosphere of hysteria" and "fear-mongering," the Iranian foreign minister said. FULL STORY
Congressional partisanship threatens Iran bills after Netanyahu speech
Members of Congress pushing for more pressure on Iran say Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to Congress Tuesday was helping to win over skeptical Democrats — until GOP leadership sought to approve a bill on the subject without committee participation.
Opinion: Why Iran's rise is a good thing
In September 2002, then-former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told a U.S. congressional committee "there is absolutely no question whatsoever" that Saddam Hussein's Iraq was developing nuclear weapons at "portable manufacturing sites of mass death." Once Hussein had nuclear weapons, Netanyahu warned, "the terror network will have nuclear weapons," placing "the security of the entire world at risk."
U.S. ambassador attacked
The man attacked the American ambassador in Seoul, slashing his face and arms as he was about to give a speech.
'Seinfeld' actor dies
Daniel von Bargen, the talented character actor perhaps best known for playing George Costanza's imbecilic boss Mr. Kruger during the last season of Seinfeld, has died. He was 64.
See driver fall asleep, crash bus
A bus driver in Michigan says he fell asleep at the wheel, and woke as he crashed into a line of cars.
Did Tsarnaevs have help?
It was a sophisticated attack with sophisticated devices.
Clinton: Release my emails
Clinton is under the deepest scrutiny she's faced since leaving government amid revelations that she used private -- rather than official -- email during her tenure as Secretary of State
2,000 miles of snowy misery
It's not quite from sea to shining sea, but the latest winter storm gets an "A" for effort (or is that an "E"?).
Ferguson's not 1st city to get scathing federal report
Federal investigators issued a harsh report highlighting discriminatory and unconstitutional practices by law enforcement in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson. But the city is not the first to be investigated.
China to narrow gap with U.S.
China says its military budget will increase by 10.1% in 2015, the latest in a series of double-digit increases that will narrow the still-significant gap with the United States on defense spending.
Ben Carson apologizes for 'hurtful' words
Ben Carson says homosexuality is a choice because many people "go into prison straight -- and when they come out, they're gay."
List of Americans ready to help ISIS grows
One is a 21-year-old California man accused of trying to travel to Syria to join ISIS. The other a 17-year-old Virginia student charged with helping recruit for ISIS.
Oldest known jawbone from human genus found
With the discovery of a gray, fossilized jawbone in a remote corner of Ethiopia, a student at Arizona State University may have changed our understanding of our earliest ancestors.
Lost city discovered in Honduran jungle
Archaeologists searching for a lost city in the jungles of Honduras have discovered the urban remains of what they believe is a vanished ancient civilization, National Geographic reports.
Dog found shot, bleeding, tied to railroad tracks
Cabela's not a cat, but the young pit bull mix apparently had a few lives to spare.
Petco worker fired after vid of rough grooming
A Petco employee has been fired after a viral video appears to show the worker "roughing up" one of the dogs on the grooming table. WSB reports.
Bees are disappearing, but you can help
Bees might bring out a stinging sensation of fear in some, but the little critters play a vital role in our everyday life. Through pollination, bees help produce many of our specialty crops like almonds, berries, fruits and vegetables. It's estimated that bees are responsible for about one in every three bites of food in the United States. That's a crop value of $15 billion to $18 billion.
Paris Hilton's brother takes plea in plane assault
Conrad Hilton, the younger brother of celebrity heiress Paris Hilton, has reached a plea deal: He would admit guilt to misdemeanor assault against flight attendants in exchange for a federal felony charge being dropped, court papers says.
Navy's new crew: 'The Three Presidents'
Paul Allen: I found a battleship
The philanthropist posted images that appeared to show the long-lost Musashi, once one of the two largest warships in the world. The discovery was made aboard his superyacht. FULL STORY
Dad tracks daughter's cyberbullies, gets justice
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling tracked down the people that cyberbullied his daughter on social media.
Teen sees dad die in paragliding accident
A California man fell to his death after he became detached from his harness while paragliding. CNN affiliate KEYT reports.
NTSB may take new look at Buddy Holly crash
Why the clock is ticking on this beautiful lake
The sun cuts across Lake Nicaragua, casting shadows across lush flora and brightly colored boats.
Opinion: Dress isn't only allusion in Clinton portrait
Artists who take risks always risk a backlash.
320,000 animals dead in unsolved mystery
Authorities say late last month, someone broke into a farm, cut off ventilators, boosted the temperature controls and killed hundreds of thousands of chickens.
Balloons to fly tourists to the edge of space
Two companies are racing to fly tourists to near space beneath helium balloons.
Opinion: Two jobs and still living in a shelter
The cost of living is so high in Silicon Valley, California, that parents can work full time -- and still not be able to house their families.
'Unparalleled': Charles Moore's photos of the civil rights movement
'Commodity City': A shopper's paradise
Is this the best senior class prank ever?
A high school student organized a prank where the principal held a bucket as students dropped thank you notes inside. KWCH has the story.
Welcome to Japan's 'Cat Island'
Cats vastly outnumber the human population on the Japanese island of Tashirojima. CNN's Zain Asher and John Vause report.
Weir: Cannibals, a volcano and a god named John
Wonder in Vanuatu
Watch the full premiere episode
In the premiere episode of The Wonder List, Bill Weir travels to Vanuatu and discovers a world divided by those who want to open this island paradise to tourists and those who wish to be left alone as they have for hundreds of years. Go here to see a preview of future episodes.
Five things you didn't know about Jesus
Finding Jesus: Watch full premiere episode
Finding Jesus discovers fascinating new insights into the historical Jesus, utilizing the latest scientific techniques and archaeological research.
100s of skeletons found in Paris
Workers digging underneath a Paris supermarket have made an unsettling discovery: as many as 200 skeletons.
Was $4.8 million gold heist an inside job?
Gold bars. Each weighed between 25 and 27 pounds, together about 275 pounds. The bars' total weight in gold is worth about $4.8 million.
Parents arrested for not vaccinating children
Police have arrested more than 500 parents in and around the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar for not allowing their children to get the polio vaccine, an official said Tuesday.
Michelle Rodriguez on that white 'superhero thing'
Actress Michelle Rodriguez challenged racial minorities in Hollywood to "develop their own mythology" and tell their own stories instead of recasting traditionally white characters as different races.
Lewinsky's shadow hangs over Clinton portrait
Bride-to-be stunned by generous stranger
Liz Jensen was surprised after a bridal store owner in Utah told her that an anonymous stranger paid for her wedding dress.
Putin critics who turned up dead
Slain Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov isn't the first critic of President Vladimir Putin to turn up dead.
Gadget tells you what's in food ... and your pot
Have you ever asked yourself, "How many calories are on my plate?" With the help of a new technology, the answer could be in the palm of your hand.
Is 50 the new 40 for motherhood?
What has Taco Bell created with Cap'n Crunch?
Report: Soccer star in underage sex probe
England footballer Adam Johnson has been suspended by his club Sunderland until a police investigation has been completed, the Press Association reported Monday.
Longest-serving female senator to retire
Photos North Korea didn't want you to see