CNN's Rene Marsh investigates Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, and their effects across the US. The CDC says PFAS are found in the bloodstreams of nearly all Americans, and they have been linked to many ailments including liver cancer, thyroid problems and birth defects.
CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich reports the US Steel announcement that it will temporarily lay off 200 workers in Ecorse, Michigan, has left many in the community confused and shocked.
Reality star Bethenny Frankel has announced she does not plan to return to "The Real Housewives of New York" next season.
Former MLB stars Luis Castillo and Octavio Dotel have been implicated in a major Dominican Republic drug ring
Meet the 25-year-old Swedish superman who claims he broke two Guinness World Records for wingsuit piloting in a single day - Anton "Squeezer" Andersson.
A new mural of Larry Bird painted in Indiana has drawn scorn from Bird himself.
A small jet crashed during takeoff at the Oroville Municipal Airport in California, the Federal Aviation Administration reported. All 10 people aboard walked away from the burning wreck uninjured, authorities said.
An 8-year-old boy was attacked by a mountain lion in Colorado.
A group of employees were setting up tents for an event at The Esso Club in Clemson, South Carolina, when a huge gust of wind sent one man flying in the air.
CNN's John Avlon reviews the increasing deficit due to President Trump's tax cuts and increased spending, pointing out that US deficit could reach $1 trillion in 2020.
ABC "Dancing With The Stars" host Tom Bergeron took to Twitter to slam what he called "politically divisive bookings" after the show cast former Trump administration press secretary Sean Spicer on its newest season.
A group of tourists at Yellowstone National Park got a close view of a bison stampede. Unfortunately for their rental car, it was a little too close.
Former Illinois GOP Rep. Joe Walsh, who has been publicly mulling a 2020 primary challenge to President Donald Trump, said he is "strongly, strongly considering" entering the race.
Country singer Drake White reveals his diagnosis of a rare brain disorder in an interview with People Magazine.
CNN's Julia Chatterley has the day's top business headlines before the Opening Bell on Thursday, August 22.
Hundreds of years ago, Tokyo -- then known as Edo -- flourished around canals, rivers and the sea. Today, the city is rediscovering its watery roots.
One more day of heat and storms for the Northeast before a cold front brings a taste of autumn to the region and our next tropical system could form by this weekend.
An 11-year-old in St. Louis donated money from her lemonade stand to the family of a fallen officer.
Spicer told ABC's "Good Morning America" he never 'knowingly' lied to the American people during his time as White House press secretary.
A man and a woman were rescued by the Coast Guard after a small plane went down near Half Moon Bay off the Northern coast of California.
The parents of a middle school student are suing a Houston-area school district and school officials in federal court for allegedly coloring in his hair design with a black permanent marker.
A kinkajou, an exotic cousin of the raccoon, attacked a man in Florida after he and his girlfriend left watermelon for it outside their home.