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Brian Stelter speaks with PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, who says that Uber is targeting her because of her critical reporting.
I accept that I usually have to give up on my hope of no one sitting next to me on a plane. I just don't want to give up my precious, optimally chosen, designated seat.
Europeans are worried about a possible continent-wide bird flu epidemic after a duck tested positive for the H5N8 virus.
A nearby excavation project may have caused a wall of a house to collapse. CNN affiliate KDVR has the story.
Parts of the Northwest are experiencing earthquake swarms. CNN's Dan Simon explains what the are, and what they mean.
Jarrett Martin was paralyzed when an aerial stunt went wrong. Now he's back in the air, and teaching others to jump.
The clock is ticking down for a nuclear deal with Iran, and so far it looks like no agreement will be reached in time.
The UK Independence Party, led by the pub-clubbable Nigel Farage, has won a resounding second successive Parliamentary by-election and sent British politics tumbling into an abyss of the unknown.
Add two more to what's the possibly largest club in Washington: Republicans who might seek their party's 2016 nomination.
Alexandra Field takes you inside Buffalo's Incident Command Center which is tasked with removing the snow from the city.
China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters, according to satellite images analyzed by Jane's Defence Weekly.
What's worse than 7 feet of snow piled up in front of your house? How about the flooding that comes once those 7 feet of snow melt?
Homeless and ownerless, these shelter dogs could end up buried in the very landfill they are playing on.
A 12-year-old in Ohio was killed by police after an incident involving an air gun. CNN's Sara Ganim reports.
A court in Hong Kong has ruled that a British banker charged with the grisly murder of two Indonesian women is psychologically fit to enter a plea on both counts.
For years Venice has battled the effects of rising waters on its historic architecture, but now it's facing a new threat -- wheeled suitcases.