Air, road, rail: Travel to be a nightmare
The National Weather Service, which isn't prone to exaggeration, is using terms like "life-threatening" and "historic" to describe the weather system taking aim at the Northeast.
Opinion: How officials decide when to close schools
Officials are faced with making a tricky call on whether it's safe to allow normal life to go on when a storm is coming.
Nigerian soldiers slow militants' march
Nigerian forces fought off Boko Haram militants in the northeastern city of Maiduguri, military officials said, but the extremists seized another town in the same state.
Japan's ISIS hostage crisis: Where things stand
The Japanese government is grappling with an unpredictable hostage crisis whose terms are being dictated by the Islamic extremist group ISIS.
Dwarf planet to get its first close-up
NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is closing in on Pluto and its five moons. Soon we will see what no one has ever seen before: Crisp, clear pictures of the tiny, icy world.
When politics and beauty pageants collide
Even beauty pageants are not exempt from the tensions of global politics, as two Miss Universe contestants learned. | PHOTOS: STUNNING COSTUMES
Can ex-governor avoid traps of campaign?
After forming a shiny new political committee in early January, Jeb Bush has largely receded from public view, instead focusing on building his campaign operation.
Drone found at White House
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating a "device" found on the grounds of the White House, Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Monday morning, adding early indications are that the device does not pose an ongoing threat.
Kurdish fighters turn back ISIS
Kurdish fighters are claiming progress in their fight against ISIS and now control at least 90% of the embattled Syrian city of Kobani, a monitoring group said Monday.
2 die in Home Depot incident
Shoppers crowded into a Manhattan Home Depot store to prepare for an anticipated snowstorm streamed into the streets Sunday afternoon after an employee shot a store manager and then himself, according to NYPD spokesman Sgt. Brendan Ryan.
Girl sought in $4.6M heist
Police are on the hunt for a girl as young as 12 and three adults allegedly involved in a $4.6-million diamond heist that targeted a luxury jewelry store in Hong Kong.
'SNL' tackles Deflategate
"Saturday Night Lives' " 'Tom Brady' and 'Bill Belichick' offer their explanation on the controversy over deflated footballs surrounding the New England Patriots.
SAG Awards big winner is ...
"Birdman" won the big prize -- outstanding motion picture cast -- at the 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, but it was talk about heritage and diversity that captured the evening.
Should U.S. pay ISIS ransoms?
CNN's Poppy Harlow talks with Robert Baer and Peter Bergen about countries possibly paying terrorists to release hostages.
Couple missing after posting Craigslist ad
Police have identified a suspect in the case of a Georgia couple who went missing after contacting a car seller on Craigslist.
Miss Universe becomes a 'diplomatic' dance
It was an innocent mistake, one that was easy to correct -- before the social media age.
Obama's Alaska move triggers fight
The Obama administration is moving to block oil and gas production along a major part of Alaska's northern coastline, setting off another energy battle with Republican lawmakers.
TV talk show pioneer dies
Longtime New York City radio and television personality Joe Franklin has died. He was 88.
Blind mom sees her newborn for first time
A legally blind woman in Canada uses high-tech glasses to see her newborn son. CNN affiliate CBC reports.
5 things to start your day
Brace yourselves for the Blizzard of 2015. "Birdman" wins top picture at the SAG Awards. And police hunt for missing Craigslist couple.
Girl, 4, calls 911, saves pregnant mom
Calise Manning is being called a hero for helping her pregnant mother and calling 911 operators in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Obama's trip proof of India's rise again
I was 8 when I watched my first and only Republic Day parade in my home in India. Back then, long before Delhi's population swelled to its current 20 million, the streets seemed wide and open and my eyes feasted on a sea of saffron, green and white, the colors of my country's flag.
Mother tries to sell newborn boy for $7,000
A woman in central China has been prosecuted for selling her newborn baby for $7,000, state media reports said, the latest of a string of shocking cases that have shed light on the country's trade in children.
Opinion: Nudity doesn't shock us anymore
In Paris on Thursday, fashion designer Rick Owens gave audiences quite a show when he sent male models down the runway wearing clothes with peepholes that offered a glimpse of the guys' formerly private parts.
Mandy Moore is getting a divorce
Maher: 'American Sniper' is 'psychopath patriot'
Bill Maher criticized the movie "American Sniper" and deceased Navy Seal Chris Kyle calling him a "psychopath patriot."
Hot duds, cold thuds
Algae lights up Hong Kong harbor
The stunning photo shows a shimmering blue shoreline with the bright lights of Hong Kong in the distance.
Backstage at a traveling circus
Shadow photos of dogs reveal 'primal nature'
Super Bowl rings get more elaborate every year
SkyMall's weirdest products
Fake baby steals the scene in 'American Sniper'
Can you spot the fake baby? Jeanne Moos takes aim at "American Sniper" for using a doll rather than a real baby.
App lets you rent your restroom to strangers
A new app shows you where there's a nearby toilet at someone's home or even office. WABC has the story.
Meet 9 mental wellness warriors
How do you know they won't kill again?
When Bill Stokes visits a cafe near the state Capitol, he admires one man behind the counter. To him, Chuck Petrucelly represents a life saved.
University didn't educate us, athletes say
Two former athletes who took so-called paper classes at the University of North Carolina have filed a lawsuit against the school and the NCAA, claiming they represent hundreds of thousands of college athletes across the nation who are promised an education but don't get one.
New (kinda creepy) advances in robot technology
Bears OD'd on chocolate bait
Four black bears that died in the New Hampshire woods last year overdosed on chocolate bait, wildlife officials said this week.
Man wrongly jailed half his life
A man who spent more than half his life in a North Carolina prison for two murders he didn't commit walked out a free man Friday, holding his belongings in two white plastic bags.
Skier learning to live again after horror crash
Saturday's downhill at Kitzbuhel is the jewel in the World Cup calendar, the winner meriting legendary status in the alpine annals.
Air Force UFO files land on Internet
It's enough to make Mulder and Scully seethe with envy.
Missing spacecraft found after 11 years
Astronaut to spend one year in space
100 years of New York City from above
Backstage at a traveling circus
Look who's turning 50 in 2015
Who's been cast as Supergirl?
Badass women of sci-fi.
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Lindsay Lohan -- Mad Race to Complete Community Service
Lindsay Lohan is scrambling to finish her community service by Wednesday ... because jail is on the line.We're told Lindsay went to the Community Service Volunteers in London Friday and Saturday, and her plan was to go Sunday ... and Monday and…
Justin Bieber -- The Pap Suing Me Is Lame ... Play With Fire, Get Burned!
If you stand in front of a moving car, you're gonna get hit -- which is Justin Bieber's defense in a lawsuit filed by a photog he mowed down.Bieber was sued last year by Walter Lee, who claims Biebs struck him in 2013 as he left a comedy…
Dwight Howard -- Uncle Is the D.A. ... In Child Abuse Investigation
Fact: The child abuse investigation into NBA star Dwight Howard has just been kicked to the Atlanta PD. Fact: If charges are brought against Dwight, the matter would be prosecuted by the Fulton County District Attorney's Office. Fact: The…
Dermot Mulroney -- Wife Ditches Maiden Name ... But Still Not Taking His
Dermot Mulroney's wife desperately wants to go French -- even though her husband is Irish-American -- and she's filing legal papers to do it. The "My Best Friend's Wedding" star has been married to Tharita Cutulle since 2008, but she's never changed…
'Toy Story' Child Star -- No Playin' ... Just Payin'
Emily Hahn knows cashing in on her voice is no child's play ... the 14-year-old is reprising her role as Bonnie in the "Toy Story" franchise and padding that college fund. According to her contract ... Emily put in one day of work for the…
Red Skull in 1990 'Captain America': 'Memba Him?!
Scott Paulin played the freaky looking fascist villain Red Skull -- opposite Matt Salinger as Captain America -- in the 1990 version of the Marvel movie "Captain America." Guess what he looks like now!
Alicia Keys -- Kid and Playing Around ... With 'House Party' Cast
Alicia Keys ain't gonna hurt nobody on her birthday this year ... 'cause she partied with the cast of "House Party" -- and based on this video, they haven't lost a step.Keys' husband Swizz Beatz threw the singer a jammy jam Saturday night straight…
TMZpp -- Hilarious Parallel Parking Videos
Our photog Charlie is in the hoitiest of toitiest areas of L.A. ... Montana Ave. in Santa Monica. This time there's a real price if the parallel parkers do a good job. Charlie's willing to make it rain in the meter.
Kanye West -- I'm Not Signing that Pic ... That's Kim's OTHER Wedding!
Kanye West had a sweet moment when he arrived in D.C. Sunday ... a fan wanted him to sign a pic of his bride on their wedding day ... problem is, the guy had the wrong groom!Kanye and Kim were making their way to their limo when the autograph…
Courtney Love -- Reunites With Daughter After 5 Bitter Years
Courtney Love reunited with her daughter Frances Bean Cobain ... apparently closing the book on a feud that's been raging for years.Love and Bean hugged it out Saturday at the Sundance premiere of "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck" ... the first time…
Kobe Bryant -- Hits Up Paintball Park ... After Shoulder Injury
Just days after being diagnosed with a season-ending rotator cuff injury, Kobe Bryant his up a popular paintball park in L.A. this weekend ... to kick it with Anderson Silva.Kobe and the UFC legend were hanging at the Hollywood Sports park in…
Chris Brown -- I'm the Victim of Identity Theft!
Chris Brown is now at the center of a new criminal investigation ... but this time he's the victim.Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... when Chris was jailed for leaving rehab back in April and taken across the country to Washington D.C. for his…
Red Sox OF Rusney Castillo -- Drops $85k ... To Pimp Out $84k Porsche
Red Sox outfielder Rusney Castillo only came over from Cuba a few months ago, but he's already BALLIN' OUT like an American ... dropping $85,000 to trick out his $84,000 Porsche!!!Castillo took his 2014 Avorza Porsche 911 Turbo to Alex…
Mama June -- I Don't Want Money From Sugar Bear, But I Do Need ...
Mama June knows Sugar Bear is broke as a joke ... so she's willing to cut him a break on child support -- but she tells TMZ she's demanding something more important from him. Mama June says she and Suge aren't squabbling over money…
'The Interview' -- Kim Jong-Un Actor ... Not a KJU Fan
The guy who played Kim Jong-Un in the "The Interview" won't be watching basketball games with Dennis Rodman in the DPRK anytime soon."Fresh Off the Boat" star Randall Park was leaving Chateau Saturday night when he talked to our photog about Kim…
Puppy Bowl XI -- We're Prepared ... For a MAJOR Crapshoot
Only one team of dogs will win the eleventh annual Puppy Bowl ... but they'll all have to poop at some point -- and Animal Planet has their cute butts covered.This year's event will feature 85 pups, 21 kittens and 5 Nigerian Dwarf goats…
Alicia Keys: Good Genes or Good Docs?!
Alicia Keys' beauty is on fire!Here's a 20-year-old version of the "Fallin'" singer at a Grammys party in Los Angeles back in 2001 (left) and almost 14 years later ... the mother of two -- who is celebrating her 34th birthday today -- at a…
Richard Simmons -- Cops Visit Home After Elder Abuse Claim ... And He's Fine
Richard Simmons had visitors Friday night ... cops who were doing a welfare check because he's been MIA for more than year ... and guess what? He's fine. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ ... 2 LAPD officers showed up to Simmons' Hollywood Hills…
Teen Poets -- LAPD Investigates Death Threat Over Rape Poem
Two up-and-coming poets who once opened for John Legend are the targets of death and rape threats ... and the LAPD is on the hunt for the bad guys.Belissa Escobedo and Rhiannon McGavin, 16 and 17, performed their poem, "Rape Joke," at the Brave…
TMZpp -- Hilarious Parallel Parking Videos
Our photog Charlie hit the streets of Venice for today's parallel parking challenge, but this time Charlie's given drivers a ticket ... a TMZ ticket that appropriately describes their parking acumen.