Lampedusa boat sinking: Survivors recall awful ordeal

LAMPEDUSA, Italy (CNN) -- At the port in Lampedusa, recovery teams continue to fill trucks with the bodies they're still pulling from the sea. At least 289 so far -- and that number could rise.

Obamacare website glitches caused by software shortcomings, official says

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Technical problems with the federally facilitated health insurance exchange were caused by a specific software component that crashed under the high volume of visitors last week, preventing users from creating accounts in the begi

Capitol chase driver had passport, foreign currency in her car

A Connecticut woman who rammed barricades and led police on a chase near the U.S.

Mother of deceased 'Baby Hope' identified through DNA

NEW YORK (CNN) -- After 22 years on a cold case, the New York Police Department finally has a lead. The NYPD was able to identify the mother of "Baby Hope," a little girl whose body was found in a blue and white picnic cooler in a wooded area near

U.S. to cut some military aid to Egypt after coup, turmoil

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The United States is preparing to announce a decision "in the coming days" on assistance to Egypt, the White House said Tuesday, and U.S.

Woman found dead in hospital stairwell believed to be missing patient

SAN FRANCISCO (CNN) -- She checked herself into a hospital 17 days ago for a bladder infection.

Brother's quarrel ends with felony charge

Two brothers got into a dispute over the weekend, and as a result, the younger brother is in the Bell County Jail. Michael Escobedo, 24, is accused of cutting his older brother Oscar with a knife.

City of Hewitt mulling over new pet ordinance

The city of Hewitt is considering an ordinance that would require all residents to not only spay and neuter their pets, but to have them microchipped as well.

Boil water notice still in effect for NW Waco

The City of Waco issued a boil order Monday evening for the northwestern part of the city because of lower than normal amounts of disinfectant in the water.

Texas A&M System joines the College Credit for Heroes program

After two combat missions in Iraq, Upurva Naik knows just how difficult it is to return back to civilian life.