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Researchers are creating robots that are building blocks for furniture that moves and assembles itself.
South Korean forensics officials say they are sure the body found in a plum field last month is Yoo Byung Eun, a billionaire fugitive who was wanted in connection to the fatal Sewol ferry crash that claimed nearly 300 lives.
Concerns about westerners joining the fight in Syria dominated the annual Aspen National Security Forum with top U.S. government officials equating the threat from the stalemated Syrian civil war to that posed by al Qaeda's Yemen affiliate.
Militants have blown up Jonah's tomb, a revered holy site in Mosul, Iraq, civil defense officials there told CNN on Thursday.
At the MH17 crash site there's very little action, even though there's much more work to be done. Phil Black reports.
Attendees at 2014's San Diego Comic-Con have gotten up close and personal with Ben Affleck's Batman.
The Endreson family lottery pool -- a tradition born out of their mother's long-term dreams -- finally paid off when the 17 siblings won a $20 million jackpot, New Jersey lottery officials said Thursday.
The Obama administration, after initially resisting the idea, is weighing whether to deploy National Guard troops to the southern border to help address a surge of migrant youth from Central America, many of them unaccompanied, a White House official told CNN.
The United States and its allies in Europe are angrier at Russia now over Ukraine -- but will they do anything more about it?
A 'massive' femur bone from an Apatosaurus has finally been removed from from its discovery site. KKCO reports.
Actor Stephen Moyer from HBO's "True Blood" tells Conan O'Brien how things got sexy at a Rolling Stone cover shoot.
A 10-foot alligator took a bite out of a golf ball diver at a course in Florida. CNN affiliate WSVN reports.
Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Ryan M. Pitts accidentally breaks the gavel while ringing the NYSE closing bell.
Pilot Robert Mark says it's been tough for the airline industry after the plane crashes in Ukraine and Taiwan.
John Shapiro says if a recent court ruling is correct, and he thinks it is, millions of people are receiving health care subsidies for which they aren't eligible.
The annual San Diego Comic-Con, mecca of all things pop culture, began on Wednesday night and runs through Sunday, July 27. The massive convention -- known for giving fans a first look at the latest "geek-friendly" TV, film and of course, comics -- is also a major gathering for cosplayers (that is, fans who wear costumes of their favorite characters).