He might seem like the guy who has everything, but Ted Turner is no stranger to loss.
Romney's search for a running mate is well under way, and names are flying as the guessing game heats up.
Former GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain is judging President Obama, but this time it has nothing to do with politics
A former aide details a graphic confrontation between Elizabeth Edwards and husband John.
Robert Champion's mother tells CNN's Anderson Cooper why charges in FAMU hazing case are disappointing to her.
What’s it like to find out your brother is going to be president of the United States? Ask Auma Obama, President Obama’s long-lost sister.
What role would Mitt Romney's faith play on election day? Pastor Joel Osteen weighs in on whether he believes Romney is a Christian.
"Our food supply is safe," assures Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack after a case of mad cow disease is confirmed in California.
A top Republican wants more answers from the White House regarding the Colombia prostitution scandal.
Dick Clark and "American Bandstand" gave vital exposure to African-American music artists, CNN's Jack Cafferty says.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer asks Secretary of State Clinton to speak directly to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
CNN's Erin Burnett speaks to a panel of analysts about the new judge in the Trayvon Martin shooting case.
The Trayvon Martin case takes a turn as the man who admitted to shooting him is charged.
"It's now a two-person race," says Newt Gingrich following Santorum's withdrawal from the field.
CNN's Anderson Cooper puts himself on the "RidicuList" for another on-air giggle fit.
Video has surfaced from Pakistan showing Osama bin Laden's widows in house detention. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
A lawyer for the family of Trayvon Martin talks about the state attorney's decision not to bring the case to the grand jury.
Ambassador Susan Rice stresses the need for China and Russia to use their influence to put an end to Syrian violence.
Arlen Specter is mincing no words when it comes to whether or not Santorum should throw in the towel.
When it comes to kids on airplanes, don't get Richard Quest started.
Boyce Watkins and Carol Swain argue the aspect of race in the Martin case and the movement to boycott Sanford, Florida.
GOP candidate Mitt Romney wasted no time attacking Obama's now-controversial "open-mic" comment with Russia's leader.
GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum tells CNN's Wolf Blitzer why he lashed out at a New York Times reporter.
Chaka Khan talks to Piers Morgan about the Trayvon Martin case.
Benjamin Jealous talks about why the Trayvon Martin case transcends the scene of the crime.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta and HLN's Dr. Drew explain the coroner's findings regarding Whitney Houston's death.
GOP candidate Newt Gingrich responds to Robert De Niro's controversial "white first lady" joke.
CNN’s Dan Simon looks at what may have been a darker side of the man accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians.
Outrage ramps up in a racially-charged case in Florida. A neighborhood watch volunteer remains free after telling police he shot and killed an unarmed teenager in an act he claims was self-defense.
A viral video showing TSA agents patting down a 3-year-old boy in a wheelchair in 2010 was posted on YouTube on Sunday by his father.
A friend of the gunman suspected in an Ohio school shooting that left two students dead says she’s in shock.
“I want my daughter home,” pleads the mother of Marie Colvin, a veteran journalist killed last week in a shelling attack in Syria.
Bill Maher tells Piers Morgan why he made the decision to donate $1 million to a super PAC supporting Obama's reelection.
“I can’t afford this job,” says Sarah Palin in newly-released e-mails that reveal frustration over legal costs and bring the health of her marriage into question.
Rick Santorum escalates his rhetoric, accusing Mitt Romney of false attacks and playing for the wrong team.
Talk about fake it ‘til you make it. A guy walks into a Denny’s, claims he’s the new boss, goes to the kitchen and cooks himself a burger and fries.
It’s a policy that’s been on the books in Buffalo, New York, for nearly 40 years: Free plastic surgery for teachers.
On Sunday, she was tumbling down a mountainside, caught in a deadly avalanche. A look at how Elyse Saugstad lived to tell about it.
A scandal playing out in Arizona involves a sheriff with a bright political future, his ex-boyfriend, abuse of power allegations and the presidential race.
Two children have been rearrested in Afghanistan for being prospective suicide bombers, CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
A panel of experts discusses whether or not Whitney Houston was struggling financially at the time of her death.
CNN's Anderson Cooper adds Valentine's Day to the RidicuList and offers up some cheap alternatives.
Foster Friess, longtime supporter of Rick Santorum, talks to Erin Burnett about the campaign and the money behind it.
Both sides debate a policy requiring employers, including religious institutions, to cover contraception in insurance plans.
A CNN photojournalist shares his experience covering the violent crackdown in Syria.