Woman refused to return friend’s child, arrested for kidnapping

A Mississippi woman was arrested after she allegedly refused to return a 4 year old child to her mother in New Iberia.

Crowd of 800,000 to welcome Obama to second half of his presidency

A day after formally beginning his second term, President Barack Obama on Monday takes part in the full trappings of his inauguration by reciting the oath of office in front of a crowd expected to number between 800,000 and 900,000 people.

Eric Schmidt's daughter details North Korea visit

More details about Google chairman Eric Schmidt's surreptitious trip to North Korea emerged this weekend in a blog post by Schmidt's daughter and traveling companion, Sophie.

Mali takes key town as nations ready more troops

The Malian military has gained control of the central town of Diabaly, Mali, a key advance in the battle against Islamist militants in the north.

Obama, Roberts get another chance on oath

President Barack Obama got a second term from voters and another chance with Chief Justice John Roberts.

Will brothers face off in the Super Bowl?

The parking lots around the Georgia Dome are usually pretty empty on Sunday mornings in mid-January, but this is a different day.

'4-hour' work guru on China outsourcer: Bad karma

CNN readers had a mixture of admiration and disdain for "Bob," the anonymous U.S. programmer who outsourced his work to a Chinese firm for one-fifth of his paycheck.

Both parties look for action from Congress

Some might call them overly optimistic.

Four decades after Roe: A legacy of law and morality

Four decades since Roe v. Wade, and little, it seems, has changed.