VIDEO: Firefighters from across the nation gather to honor fallen TX firemen

Firefighters from across the country are gathered in Texas Wednesday to honor four Houston firefighters killed in the line of duty. This is video of hundreds of fire and police personnel leading a procession.

VIDEO: Philadelphia building collapses, people believed to be trapped

Police are responding to a building collapse in Philadelphia, the city police department said on its official Twitter account Wednesday morning.

Vine gets 'Rickrolled' by 16-year-old

Oh, Rickrolling. Even on Vine, Twitter's app that lets users shoot and share six-second videos, the Web is never gonna give you up.

Michael Douglas clarifies comment about oral sex and cancer

Yes, oral sex can lead to cancer - and that's really all Michael Douglas wanted you to know.

Partisan views of IRS targeting: Political conspiracy or overzealous scrutiny

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Like a partisan version of the proverbial blind men touching the elephant, members of Congress have starkly differing views of the scope and magnitude of the Internal Revenue Service targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-ex

Fort Hood suspect sought to protect Taliban

FORT HOOD, Texas (CNN) -- Fort Hood massacre suspect Army Maj.

Susan Rice to replace Donilon as national security adviser

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, will replace Tom Donilon as President Barack Obama's national security adviser, a senior administration official said Wednesday.

First lady clashes with protester; threatens to leave event

First lady Michelle Obama had a rare run-in with an audience heckler Tuesday during a fund-raising event in Washington for the Democratic National Committee. The outburst from the crowd distracted Obama from her prepared remarks, prompting her to

Rutgers president's chief of staff named in age-bias lawsuit

Yet another top Rutgers University staffer has come under scrutiny, this time for being named in an age discrimination lawsuit involving three former employees. Gregory S. Jackson, who was appointed by Rutgers President Robert S.