The Walking Dead seems like it takes long days to film. Norman Reedus posted a video to Facebook of killing time by pranking his co-star, Andrew Lincoln. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.
Hillary Clinton has a big task following the speeches of Barack Obama and Joe Biden at the Democratic National Convention. CNN's Brianna Keilar reports.
Washington Espinoza has lived in the United States for the last 30 years, but the Ecuadorian immigrant said he never felt compelled to become a citizen until now. He's not alone, according to the New york Times, Donald Trump's stance on immigration has led to a surge in applications for U.S. citizenship.
AutoComplete for July 28, 2016: Consumer groups call for Mercedes to pump the brakes on 'Drive Pilot' system
Red light cameras save lives, and Ford and MIT team up to use LiDAR to grow the future of mobility.
MTV is reviving its portfolio of classic shows, from animated series like 'Beavis and Butt-Head' to mini-concert series like 'Unplugged,' with the newly rebranded MTV Classic channel.
Two high school sweethearts celebrate the happiest day of their lives in such a sad place. In the middle of the lobby of the ICU unit of an Oklahoma hospital Swift Myers said 'I do' to Abbi Ruker. Swift was diagnosed with bone cancer in the 7th grade. Following graduation, Swift fell in to a coma for days. When he woke up he was certain he wanted Abbi to be his wife. So he proposed. Two days later, they got married.
The actress can't imagine her kids looking up to a president like GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump. Hear Elizabeth talk at the 2016 DNC.
Ethan Dean, 6, got his own garbage route for a day, and hundreds of supporters met him at the state capitol. He is battling cystic fibrosis.
The scandal of abuse at an Australian youth detention center has prompted the Prime Minister to order an official inquiry. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout speaks with two people involved with the case.
President Obama described his former rival Hillary Clinton as the most qualified person to ever seek the presidency as he addressed the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night.
Lamar Odom has been up and down when it comes to his recovery process, and his family is not happy about it. Specifically, the former NBA star’s kids are upset about their father’s struggle with addiction.