Bush on shaving head: 'It was the right thing to do'

The decision to shave off his hair in solidarity with a young leukemia patient was simply "the right thing to do," former President George H.W. Bush said in an interview with his granddaughter Friday. "Little Patrick had leukemia.

Scientists give mice false memories

Imagine you're a mouse, and you're freaking out right now because a researcher is putting you into a chamber.

New $444 million hockey arena is still a go in Detroit

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Detroit's financial crisis hasn't derailed the city's plans to spend more than $400 million in Michigan taxpayer funds on a new hockey arena for the Red Wings. Advocates of the arena say it's the kind of economic development

Outcry over Cleveland's missing women

EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio (CNN) -- Near the areas where the decomposing bodies of three young women were found wrapped in plastic last weekend, angry and frightened residents gather to rally and pray.

Source: Prosecutors offer Ariel Castro a plea deal in kidnapping case

Prosecutors have offered Ariel Castro, a Cleveland man accused of holding three women captive for close to a decade, a plea deal that removes the possibility of the death penalty, a Cuyahoga County courts source said Thursday. The defense is consi

4 Year-Old High-Fives President

Galesburg, IL (WQAD) -- John and Holly Hennenfent of Galesburg, Illinois knew their grandson Gage Maska would love the chance to see Air Force One land at the Quad City International Airport. With an aunt who works in the white house, Gage knows qui

Michael Jackson's drug use explored in trial

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- A nurse who administered propofol to Michael Jackson more than a dozen times said the pop star did not appear to be a drug-seeker. David Fournier was called as a witness Thursday by AEG Live in an effort to convince jurors tha

Police: South Carolina couple targeted, killed sex offender; wife also slain

A South Carolina husband and wife have each been charged with two counts of murder in connection with the shooting deaths of a registered sex offender and his wife inside their home. Union County sheriff's police said Jeremy Moody admitted specifi

Investigators probe Spain train crash, dozens still hospitalized

SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA, Spain (CNN) -- The crumpled wreckage of eight train cars sent careering onto their sides when a train derailed in northwestern Spain has now been removed from the tracks, but the grim task of identifying the dead continued Fri

Teen girls still skipping HPV vaccine

Nearly half of all adolescent girls are still skipping the recommended HPV vaccine, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC report shows that the human papillomavirus vaccination rates for this group