VIDEO: TX boy with rare disease gets bike stolen at rehab, friends band together to get him new one

An 11-year-old Texas boy, living with a life-altering disease, was dealt another set-back. His bike was stolen while he was doing the one thing that helps him cope with his illness, boxing.

Free pet microchipping offered Sunday in Waco

The city of Waco is coming together as a community to help ensure pet owners are in compliance with the city's new pet ordinance. This Sunday, the Animal Birth Control Clinic will be offering free microchipping.

Suspend aid to Egypt, national security team tells Obama

President Barack Obama's national security team has recommended the U.S. suspend hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Egypt over the Egyptian military's ouster of President Mohammed Morsy, U.S. officials said.

Fatal brain disease potentially affects five people in Massachusetts

Five patients who underwent surgery at a Cape Cod Hospital this summer may have been exposed to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease after their surgeries were performed using the same potentially contaminated medical equipment found in a New Hampshire hospital

Have you seen it? Iconic 9/11 flag's whereabouts still a mystery

It doesn't appear tracking down this piece of 9/11 history will be easy. Tips have been rolling in, spurred by the CNN Films' production, "The Flag," a documentary about the flag that three New York firefighters hoisted above the World Trade Cente

Report pins ICE employee for leak of Obama aunt's immigration status

Shortly before the 2008 presidential election, the illegal immigration status of then-candidate Barack Obama's aunt was leaked to an Associated Press reporter.

Central Texas 9/11 Memorial dedication ceremony set for Saturday

A project more than twelve years in the making is finally being completed.

Stumped by soup? Campbell's brews up a simple solution

The reason that ramen noodles have never really caught on with college kids and other busy, broke folks is that they're just too time-consuming and complicated to make.

CNN vote count: Obama long way from congressional approval on Syria

President Barack Obama still has a long way to go to secure congressional authorization for military action against Syria even after clearing a key hurdle in the Senate.

Christie to root for 'America's Team'

While many New York Giants fans in New Jersey will be cheering for their home team on Sunday, their governor will be in Texas rooting for the other side, the Dallas Cowboys. Christie, a loyal Cowboys fan, will attend the teams' opening game while