NYPD: Second biker arrested in SUV driver beating

A second suspect was arrested in connection with an attack on a SUV driver who was swarmed by bikers on a New York street, police said Tuesday.

Attorney: Dying 'Angola 3' inmate is released in Louisiana

Herman Wallace, a terminally ill Louisiana inmate who served more than 40 years in solitary confinement, was released from prison Tuesday night, hours after a federal judge vacated his murder conviction and sentence, an attorney told CNN. An emplo

Democrats, Republicans and this insane leap into the abyss

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- When Genevieve Jeuck and Michael Sallemi came up with their romantic little idea, it seemed perfect.

Kaley Cuoco's engagement began with a fight

Tennis player Ryan Sweeting likes to keep fiancèe Kaley Cuoco on her toes. The "Big Bang Theory" star tells "Entertainment Tonight" that before Sweeting proposed to her, he found an interesting way to keep her guessing. "He actually started a l

Treasury down to last steps on debt ceiling

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told Congress Tuesday that the U.S.

Federal workers can collect unemployment during shutdown

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Federal workers who lose pay during the government shutdown can fall back on unemployment benefits in most states. But the money comes with a catch.

Candy Crush game creator preps for IPO

LONDON (CNNMoney) -- The U.K. company behind the wildly popular online game Candy Crush Saga is preparing for a stock market listing.

Oldest Living Member of Tuskegee Airmen Dies at 98

Riverdale (Atlanta Daily World) -- The oldest remaining member of the 99th Fighter Squadron, 332nd Fighter Group of the U.S. Army, affectionately known as the "Red Tails," died on Thursday, months before his 99th birthday.

14-year-old found dead behind a Fort Hood elementary school

A Fort Hood elementary school was placed on brief lockdown Tuesday after a teenager's body was discovered behind the school.

Government shutdown effecting parts of Fort Hood

The government shutdown is affecting thousands of civilian workers at Fort Hood, and is also forcing the base to close some health programs.