- How Did James Gandolfini Die?
June 19 2013 7:52 PM
James Gandolfini, star of the HBO hit "The Sopranos," was 51 and reportedly suffered a "massive heart attack."
- Boston Police's Anti-Terror Shortfalls Exposed [EXCLUSIVE]
June 14 2013 8:53 PM
A 2010 report reveals information-sharing shortfalls that may have contributed to intelligence about the marathon bombings going unheeded.
Why do we pretend we're shocked when photos of young fast food workers engaging in disgusting, unhealthy acts hit the web?
First there was the Taco Bell shell licker, now we have the Wendy's guy supposedly chugging a Frosty straight out of the machine. When workers are paid -- many of whom are in their undiscerning teenage years -- hourly rates at or near the minimum wage, as most fast food joints do, we can't pretend that we expect them to take their jobs seriously.
- Kanye West's Album 'Yeezus' Leaked
June 14 2013 4:11 PM
Kanye West's sixth studio album, "Yeezus," leaked online Friday. Here's where to find it.
- WATCH: Geismar Chemical Plant Explosion Video
June 13 2013 11:51 AM
Watch a witness' video of the fire that erupted after an explosion tore through the Williams Olefins chemical plant in Geismar, La., on Thursday.
- Explosion Rocks Louisiana Chemical Plant; Fire Contained
June 13 2013 11:00 AM
An explosion tore through a Geismar, La., chemical plant Thurs. Ambulances have transported 30 people. The fire has been contained.
- ACLU Sues Over NSA's Phone Surveillance
June 11 2013 4:26 PM
The ACLU argues that the NSA's phone surveillance program violates Americans' constitutional rights of free speech, association and privacy.
- Belgium Likely To Approve Child Euthanasia Law
June 11 2013 3:03 PM
The Belgian Federal Parliament is reportedly about to become the first nation in the world to legalize child euthanasia.
- 'Operation Troll The NSA' Aims To Jam Surveillance State
June 10 2013 11:42 PM
Here's all the information about "Operation Troll The NSA," from how to get involved to how #OpTrollTheNSA seeks to undermine the American surveillance state.
- Monsanto Named World's 'Most Evil Corporation'
June 10 2013 10:37 PM
A new poll names Monsanto as the world's "most evil corporation" of 2013, beating other contenders like the Federal Reserve and McDonald's by a wide margin.
- Lululemon CEO Out; Stock Dives
June 10 2013 7:46 PM
Lululemon CEO Christine Day will step down, the retailer announced Monday, sending stocks tumbling.
- 'Obama Is Checking Your Email' Is Hilarious
June 10 2013 6:29 PM
The "Obama Is Checking Your Email" Tumblr is a hilarious response to the NSA phone and online surveillance scandals that have roiled Washington over the past week.
- Is The NBA Rigged For Maximum Profit?
June 06 2013 7:04 PM
As the Miami Heat barrel their way toward another championship, rumors are flying that the NBA is fixed.
- Lobbyists Helped Neuter Connecticut GMO Labeling Law
June 06 2013 4:57 PM
An "army of lobbyists" led by Monsanto Company helped convince Connecticut lawmakers to water down the nation's first GMO labeling law.
- Will Eric Holder Have To Resign?
June 06 2013 3:19 PM
The Verizon phone records scandal adds a new layer to a tarnished record, increasing pressure on the attorney general.
- What Is This Whole 'Çapuling' Thing?
June 04 2013 5:24 PM
"Çapuling," or "chappuling," is a term that has taken on a life of its own as anti-government protests sweep across Turkey. What does "capuling" mean?
- Petition Urges CNN To Abandon CNN Turk
June 04 2013 4:25 PM
A petition signed by more than 73,000 people demands CNN International cut ties with CNN Turk as it reportedly ignores the crackdown.
- Obama Nominates Three Judicial Nominees
June 04 2013 11:42 AM
President Barack Obama made a strong push Tuesday for lawmakers to swiftly approve three new nominees to the D.C. federal appeals court.
As protests continued to rage in Istanbul and smaller cities across Turkey on Monday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has heaped blame on “extremist elements,” “looters,” and even social media as the supposed root causes of the ongoing unrest that has gripped the usually quiet nation for the past week.
He is unwilling to take even a modicum of responsibility for inspiring the revolts, blaming them on pretty much everyone but himself, his minions and the developers he has helped to enrich during his decade of rule.
Roy Hibbert should not have been fined $75,000 for using the term "no homo" because it is a nebulous term that others including LeBron James have used in the past without being punished.