Donald Trump's supporters try to block vote recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.
Tens of thousands of Syrians are fleeing the daily shelling and airstrikes, each with their own desperately sad stories.
The world as we know it could come to an end this Sunday. Or it could be just another day. It depends on whom you talk to.
Tiger Woods recovers from a mixed first round by carding a brilliant seven-under-par 65 at the Hero World Challenge.
Ronnie O'Sullivan powers into the semi-finals of the UK Championship with a 6-2 victory over Mark Williams.
Property developer Adama Barrow says his shock win of the Gambian poll heralds new hope for the country.
CNN's Jake Tapper discusses the problem of fake news with Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook.
Evan finally bumped into the girl he'd been searching for over the entire school year. They had been leaving each other notes on a desk, neither knowing the identity of their mysterious pen pal. But the much-awaited encounter was cut short when a single gunman appeared behind them at the school's gym entrance.
Hundreds of thousands of people in northern Nigeria are suffering from acute malnutrition, warns the UN.
The pilot of an airliner with 128 people on board suffers a heart attack as he taxies the plane to the runway at Glasgow Airport.
US military veterans will protest alongside activists in North Dakota against an oil pipeline.
To say that "Mariah's World" is a predictable train wreck serves more as promotion than criticism. Yet even by the standards of reality docu-series, this E! showcase for pop diva Mariah Carey is pretty hilarious, especially with everything that's transpired since the point where the show's storytelling begins.
Nearly 2,000 Iraqi troops were killed across Iraq in the month of November, according to newly released UN figures, as they battle to force ISIS extremists from the country.
A mother shares a cautionary tale about the self-help industry and how it lead to her daughter's death. CNN's Sara Sidner reports.
Donald Trump made a successful campaign with big promises. But if his supporters didn't even believe him, how should the press handle him now?