CNN's Don Lemon reacts to the Chicago Police department's allegations that Jussie Smollett staged his own attack, stating that if it is in fact a hoax, the incident distracts from real victims of violence in Chicago who deserve attention.
Highlights of this day in history: George Washington, America's first president, is born; Iraqi insurgents destroy a Shiite shrine's golden dome; the 'Miracle on Ice' during the 1980 Winter Olympics; Pop artist Andy Warhol dies. (Feb. 22)
New York man reportedly issues warning to fellow smokers in his obituary, says not to let life ‘go up in smoke’
A New York man who reportedly passed away last week after succumbing to lung cancer issued a warning to fellow smokers through his own obituary: “Remember, life is good — don’t let it go up in smoke.”
Maria Ressa, founder of the Philippines-based news website Rappler, was indicted for a second time this week — a move widely viewed as part of a crackdown on free press in the country.
A high school student who reportedly wanted to sport her “Make America Great Again” hat at school this week wasn’t able to because of the dress code.
Winter storms in the U.S. Southwest brought snow to places it rarely falls, dusting casino marquees on the Las Vegas Strip and sticking at very low elevations on the foothills around Southern California.
During the longest government shutdown in US history, many employees were concerned about the status of their jobs and when they would return to work. Judith Smith, a National Park Service employee, was one of the many workers facing furlough, but instead of stressing about not receiving a paycheck, she cashed out $30 million by winning New Jersey's largest Pick-6 jackpot since May 2004.
Mark Zuckerberg was represented by an empty chair at an “international grand committee” on fake news and disinformation in London on Tuesday, after repeatedly refusing invitations to give evidence to lawmakers present representing nine countries.
The Trump administration says it has broken off talks with California in a dispute over mileage standards, moving the two closer to a possible court battle that threatens to roil the auto industry
The United States has charged two sons of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera with conspiracy to distribute drugs to be imported into the country, the Justice Department announced Thursday.
About 3,000 teachers in Oakland, California, are striking over pay, class sizes and other issues, following educator walkouts in West Virginia, Los Angeles and Denver. The Oakland strike affects 36,000 students at 86 schools. (Feb. 21)
A Broward Circuit judge wants the trial for the suspect accused of committing a mass shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida to begin in 2020.
Two brothers who told police that Jussie Smollett paid them $3,500 to help stage an attack on himself were linked to the actor through the "Empire" television series, and court documents allege one of the men provided Smollett with designer drugs