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Find out how a space crew lives while spending six months in orbit.
Cybercrime costs the global economy $400 billion a year, and as it grows more sophisticated, law enforcement is having to do the same.
While traveling in the Earth's orbit over 240 miles up, American astronaut Karen Nyberg joined Leading Women anchor Becky Anderson for a live interview from the International Space Station (ISS) Friday.
Couple manages to live in just 242 square feet. WABC's Michelle Charlesworth has the story.
The wreckage of a World War II plane that disappeared roughly 70 years ago is being hauled out of a Canada lake.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on the shocking explosion of a NASA-contracted rocket full of supplies for the Space Station.
Here we go again. Yet another supposed crisis in the ongoing soap opera between the Obama administration and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Wolf Blitzer discusses a report alleging a White House official called Israeli P.M. Benjamin Netanyahu "a chickensh*t."
An ambitious project will test sewage for hidden diseases circulating in cities, detecting illnesses people don't even know they have.
Sweden recognized a state of Palestine on Thursday, describing the decision as a crucial step it hopes will lead the way for others.
ISIS is brazen about enslaving Yazidi women as part of Shariah law. One teen describes in chilling detail how her dreams of becoming a doctor lie in ruins after her brutal treatment.
If there's one thing we've learned about the CNN iReport community, it's that you all love to capture celestial events.