Walmart responds to Tracy Morgan suit

Walmart has responded to a lawsuit filed by Tracy Morgan over a deadly car crash that left the comedian in critical condition. The big box store blamed the injuries suffered by Morgan on his failure to wear a seat belt.

Gates praises U.S. response to Ebola

One of the world's most successful innovators and philanthropists defended the U.S. response to the deadly Ebola epidemic Monday, saying he doesn't think the government waited too long to act.

Bleach is 'best friend' in Ebola fight

CNN's Nima Elbagir reflects on a harrowing trip to Liberia where she covered the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.

Boehner: Maybe we'll have Syria debate

Just days after suggesting lawmakers might not debate U.S. military involvement in Syria until next year, House Speaker John Boehner said he'd agree to call Congress back into session to vote if President Barack Obama sends up a resolution asking for the authority.

8 arrested in Ferguson

Eight people were arrested outside the Ferguson, Missouri, Police Department on Sunday night when demonstrations grew violent yet again, police say.

Bill targets fed workers' porn habit

Rep. Mark Meadows talks about a bill that he introduced to ban federal employees from watching pornography at work.

Air traffic control fire suspect in court

A contract employee accused of setting a fire at a key Chicago air traffic control center on Monday made his first court appearance since the incident created flight problems that rippled across the nation.

Ben Bradlee is in hospice care

Ben Bradlee, the former top editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the paper's coverage of the Watergate scandal, is in hospice care as his health has declined over the last six weeks, his wife said in a C-SPAN interview.

Smart toothbrush tracks brushing

This Bluetooth enabled toothbrush coaches you while you brush and tracks your progress through a smartphone app.

Clinton granddaughter gets presents

New grandmother Hillary Clinton was presented with a slew of gifts, mostly books, for her baby granddaughter, Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky, Monday afternoon at a private New York City fundraiser for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.

First video of Clinton grandchild

New video shows Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky leaving the hospital with their newborn baby.

Brothers take trip before going blind

Tod Purvis and his brother Justin knew that they were going blind. Both had been diagnosed with choroideremia, a rare genetic disorder that causes progressive vision loss and eventually leads to complete blindness.

George Clooney's wedding photos

It may have taken him awhile, but it looks like waiting to get married was more than worth it for George Clooney.

Clooney vs. paparazzi in Venice

CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the most anticipated and 'watery' wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin.

'Simpsons' character killed off

How do you keep things fresh in your 26th season? If you're "The Simpsons," you roll out a jaw-dropping couch gag AND kill off a Springfield resident while you're at it.

Star kicker also homecoming queen

A Mississippi high school homecoming queen is also a star kicker on the football team.

Dive into world's deepest pool?

Yes it's a dive hotel, but not that kind of dive hotel.

Climate change = pricey dinners

Miguel Marquez explains the more direct impact of the earth's rising temperatures & sea level.

College, by the numbers

12 million are women? The student-body breakdown at U.S. colleges and universities may surprise you.

First Person: A fat girl gets naked

CNN's Lisa France opens up about her lifelong struggle with weight, the physical and mental toll it's taken on her, and what she's doing to lighten the burden.

Luke Wilson falls for his co-stars

Whether it's Kristen Wiig or Oliva Wilde, actor Luke Wilson ends up feeling like they're married in real life.

Protesters brace for fresh, fierce crackdown

The protest marks the biggest demonstration in Hong Kong since it was handed back to China by the British in 1997.

On the ground in Hong Kong

Ivan Watson explains the grievances and goals driving Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests.

Call Oklahoma beheading terrorism

Colleen Hufford, 54, was beheaded by Alton Nolen during a surprise attack at a Vaughan Foods plant in Oklahoma last week, according to police. Thankfully, before the terrorist -- yes, terrorist -- could behead another victim, Traci Johnson, he was shot by the company's CEO, Mark Vaughan, who is also a deputy sheriff.

Join Ello, the 'anti-Facebook'?

Jeff Yang says interest in Ello shows many people are dissatisfied with existing social network platforms.

What China can learn from Hong Kong

The images are all too familiar. Young protesters, disenfranchised and frustrated, take to the streets to fight a government that is ignoring their demands. At first peaceful, the protests are met with the heavy hand of riot police. Photographs of resilient demonstrators -- some standing obstinate amid the clouds of tear gas, others covered in pepper spray -- flood the Internet. But what is surprising about this week's images is that they come from Hong Kong, one of Asia's financial hubs and a territory known for its stability.

'Where's Waldo' ... for finding rhinos

Remember those "Where's Waldo" books? You know, the ones featuring a bespectacled, beanstalky character dressed in a red-and-white striped shirt -- and hiding in massive crowds.

Will Colorado wipe out history?

David Wheeler says Colorado students are right to protest curriculum changes that downplays civil disobedience.

Secret Service director questioned

U.S. Secret Service Director Julia Pierson is expected to face sharp questioning Tuesday over security at the White House.