UK police: No suggestion Glasgow crash is terror attack

There is "absolutely nothing to suggest" that a road incident that closed a central Glasgow square was a terrorist attack, Scottish police say. Police are warning people to avoid George Square after a "very serious road incident" Monday. A Glas

Author's journey inside ISIS: They're 'more dangerous than people realize'

Juergen Todenhoefer's journey was a tough one: dangerous, but also eye-opening.

A Star Wars-themed light show and other people who take Christmas to a new level

A California music teacher's insanely elaborate "Star Wars" themed Christmas lights show is dazzling the Internet with its light sabers and some 100,000 lights choreographed to songs from the movies.

How UPS and FedEx battle bad weather

LOUISVILLE, Kentucky (CNNMoney) -- Santa had Rudolph's red nose. UPS and FedEx keep up with a stable of meteorologists.

Poll: Obama gets thumbs down from the troops

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Barack Obama has struggled with sagging approval ratings over the last year, but the commander-in-chief's numbers have hit an all-time low among active-duty troops. Just 15% of active-duty servicemembers gave Obama a

North Korea denies Sony hack but warns U.S. : Worse is coming

North Korea is accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie "The Interview."

Another blackout for Dish customers, this time Fox News

For the third time in a month, Dish Network customers are missing out on popular programming due to a dispute with a channel owner.

GOP politicians blame NYC mayor for cop shooting

Several police officials and politicians are pointing fingers at New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio after two New York City police officers were murdered on Saturday, following weeks of protests against police treatment of minorities in New Yor

Inside the push to draft Ben Carson for president

John Philip Sousa IV has a mission: Convince a retired neurosurgeon with no political experience to run for President -- and then help him win.

N. Korea pitches collaboration with U.S. on Sony cyberattack

North Korea slammed U.S. claims that the regime is responsible for a cyberattack on Sony Pictures -- and then proposed the two countries work together.