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

Designer takes bull by the horns ... and crafts luxury jewelry

KAMPALA, Uganda (CNN) -- All that glitters is not gold, and not all designer jewelry is made from precious metals and gemstones.

Missouri man exposed 300-plus to HIV, police say

Prosecutors in rural Missouri have charged a man with exposing his partner to HIV and say he may have exposed more than 300 other people to the virus that causes AIDS.

Texans urged to ensure they're up-to-date on whooping cough vaccine

Texas health officials are recommending that state residents make sure they're vaccinated against pertussis, a sometimes fatal disease that is on track to sicken more Texans this year than at any time in decades. "If we continue to have cases in T