Hillary Clinton has a 12-point lead over Donald Trump and has reached 50% support nationally among likely voters, a new ABC News tracking poll shows.
Another woman is publicly accusing Donald Trump of inappropriate sexual contact, alleging the GOP nominee touched and kissed her a decade ago during a charity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Donald Trump's campaign manager pitched Sunday his new call to "drain the swamp" of Washington, even as she admitted Donald Trump trails in the race about two weeks from Election Day.
Donald Trump cut an interview with WCMH short when he was asked about criticism over his treatment of minorities and women.
A former British banker has pleaded not guilty to the murders of two Indonesian women in Hong Kong.
ISIS rounded up and killed 284 men and boys as Iraqi-led coalition forces closed in on Mosul, the terror group's last major stronghold in Iraq, an Iraqi intelligence source told CNN.
A Science Channel found hexagon-shaped "air bombs" over the Bermuda Triangle. The report suggests "air bombs" are capable of bringing down planes and ships.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has clarified his comments that seemed to call for a split from the United States, saying he was advocating a "separation of foreign policy" rather than "a severance of ties."
"Saturday Night Live" features a cold open that spoofs the final presidential debate.
A man has been killed, and three people injured, in a gruesome explosion in a Japanese park on Sunday afternoon.
Somali pirates have released 26 hostages after nearly five years in captivity, according to an organization involved in mediation efforts.
Ephemeral and poetic, shooting stars are among the world's most beautiful natural wonders.
In what can best be described as a bundle of cuteness, Nicole McDonald held her son Jadon alone for the first time in what she calls "one of the most profound moments of my life."
The US Navy has commissioned it's newest littoral combat ship, the USS Detroit, in her namesake city of Detroit, Michigan.
A holiday tour bus collided with a tractor-trailer near Palm Springs, California, early Sunday morning, officials said.
With top-rated restaurants, TV shows and a cabinet of culinary honors, Reuben Riffel is without doubt one of South Africa's most successful celebrity chefs.
Junko Tabei, the first woman to climb the world's highest peak, has died at age 77, according to Japanese media reports.
Margaret Boemer went for a routine ultrasound 16 weeks into her pregnancy with her third child. She quickly found out that things were far from routine.
At one of Nevada's infamous legal brothels, a 20-year-old woman recently signed up for work -- but not to have sex.
Last month, we asked for your favorite rice dish for our latest #CNNFood Challenge and you replied.
Tensions are high inside "The Jungle," a sprawling makeshift refugee camp in the French port town of Calais, where authorities were to begin evicting migrants Monday.
The principal of Melania Trump's old primary school knows juvenile behavior when she sees it. And she has some advice for the candidate who once described his own campaign as "a little childish."
Danish "starchitect" Bjarke Ingels continues to re-shape the New York skyline.
Amr Arafa can't help but feel nervous.
A manhunt is underway after 174 inmates escaped from a prison in Haiti following a riot during which one guard was killed, authorities said.
AT&T has never owned a news division before.
Not far from Mohamad Al Mawsily's studio, fierce battles are raging to oust ISIS from the northern city of Mosul. But from his secret location, the young Iraqi businessman is waging another war against the militants on a daily basis. Less bloody? Yes. But, still potentially lethal.
For Formula One drivers, Watkins Glen International was always a little off the beaten track.
One of the cheeriest genres of YouTube video compilations is that of dogs greeting soldiers returning home.
Do you scribble absentmindedly with a pen on the edges of a scrap of paper?
The boatman appears to be cycling.
The Russian hack is a warning sign of things to come, writes Amy Zegart. The US had better be prepared
With Donald Trump escalating his "rigged election" rhetoric, many observers are wondering what will happen if he loses. Would Trump concede -- and what might his speech sound like?
We live in a world at a crossroads. The conflicts in Syria rage on, seemingly impervious to the various attempts to resolve them -- a horrifying staging ground for broader US-Russian tensions, and the front line of terror groups' battles for territory.
As the Iraqi-led coalition move to liberate Mosul, Iraq's second city, the question we should all be asking is this: What will happen next?
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
A group of undercover officers in Winnipeg, Canada, is leading a new way to fight human trafficking -- firmly focused on helping victims.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
Across the U.S., there is a movement to prioritize human trafficking prevention in our nation's communities. Schools, youth service programs, juvenile corrections services, group homes, and other youth-oriented spaces have begun to recognize their great potential to empower youth to stay safe from exploitation.