Carli Lloyd scored a hat-trick in the first half of the Women's World Cup, taking team USA to a 5-2 victory over Japan.
Greece's chief bailout negotiator Euclid Tsakalotos was appointed to the post after the controversial Yanis Varoufakis resigned Monday.
CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter speaks with Gawker Media founder Nick Denton about their upcoming legal battle with Hulk Hogan -- a $100 million lawsuit that could potentially destroy the media company.
The Greek debt crisis is grabbing all the headlines. But the turmoil in China's stock market is a much bigger concern for the global economy.
As Greece continues to seek a viable solution to its debt crisis following Sunday's 'no' vote, a world of unknowns opens up.
Your 401(k) might nosedive after Greece's 'no' vote, but don't panic -- CNN Chief Business Correspondent Christine Romans breaks down what the Greek debt crisis means for your money.
Yanis Varoufakis resigned as Greece's Finance Minister after Sunday's referendum, saying the move could help Prime Minister Tsipras reach an agreement with creditors. His replacement has not yet been announced.
An emergency EU Summit will be held Tuesday to discuss Greece's future in the eurozone after the nation voted by a large margin against Europe's latest bailout offer.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed the nation as referendum results point to a win for the 'no' vote, calling the decision a 'victory for democracy' and confirming that Greece will go back to negotiations Monday.
The 'no' vote is leading the tally after a referendum that could determine Greece's future in the eurozone. CNN's Richard Quest speaks to the nation's Deputy Minister of Interior about the historic vote.
CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter talks to Alan Garten, General Counsel for The Trump Organization, about the fallout from Donald Trump's controversial comments about Mexicans.
Why did one of Google's top people leave Silicon Valley for Washington? Megan Smith shows Poppy Harlow how she's shaking up tech at the White House.
Though millions of people have visited Disneyland, few know about three secret locations inside the park. Cristina Alesci goes inside the most sacred spaces in the "Happiest Place on Earth," all with special ties to Walt himself.
Poppy Harlow talks to Megan Smith about leaving her job at Google to become Chief Technology Officer of the United States.
Chicago residents will now pay an extra 9% tax to use streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says he will resign if the outcome of Sunday's referendum is to accept the new bailout package.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says the Eurogroup has "failed miserably" in preventing an economic crisis.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission demonstrates how quickly fun with fireworks can turn into tragedy.
The Napster Co-founder and Founding President of Facebook says the social network has executed as close to perfect as any company can
CNN Senior Media Correspondent Brian Stelter and co-founder of the National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Felix Sanchez talk to Brooke Baldwin about the backlash against Trump's derogatory comments regarding immigrants.
The Napster Co-founder and Founding President of Facebook says some companies might be overvalued, but not enough to call it a tech bubble.
Sakis Grassos is in his mid sixties and has been making and restoring furniture all his life. His workshop has now been passed to his only son as he bows out to retirement, but this next stage of his life has been anything but relaxing. Like many others he's counting his euros and is worried that his family's future is at stake.
Greece's chief negotiator says Europe and the IMF will trample on democracy if they close the door to talks.
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis says he will quit if Greece votes 'yes' to the latest bailout which would impose strict austerity measures.
An Indiegogo account created to help Greece has raised over 1 million euros in five days. Its goal is to raise 1.6 billion euros.
'Terminator Genisys' is facing stiff competition this weekend from barbeques, fireworks and 'Magic Mike XXL' -- but it could still win a box office victory with the help of Arnold Schwarzenegger and 'Game of Thrones' star Emilia Clarke.
The U.S. economy added 223,000 jobs in June. Strong hiring in recent months has brought the unemployment rate down to its lowest level since before the financial crisis.
Managing Director Christine Lagarde says Greece has to pay its debt before the IMF can engage in new bailout discussions.
Watch the full-length trailer for ''Steve Jobs," directed by Danny Boyle, written by Aaron Sorkin and starring Michael Fassbender.
Samuel Burke tried to get Siri to crack some of her supposedly great jokes, but Apple's digital assistant didn't exactly have us cracking up.
Why is Europe lurching from crisis to crisis?
Jeb Bush released 33 years of tax returns and revealed that he, like most other people who run for president, isn't exactly strapped for cash.
The Greek crisis makes twists and turns as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras urges Greeks to vote against a bailout he had previously agreed to.
New regulations go into effect today, taking on for-profit college that leave students with loads of debt and few job prospects. Education Secretary Arne Duncan explains the "morally unconscionable" actions of some industry leaders.
Donald Trump's comments about Mexicans has led to busted business deals and at least one lawsuit.
Puerto Rico has a massive amount of debt and a tiny economy. Here's what you need to know.
The star of the 'Madea' movie franchise listed his Atlanta mansion in June for a hefty (but probably worth it) $25 million.
The Dow ended the second quarter down 0.9%. Christine Romans explains why that's impressive given the big hurdles in the way.
CNN's Richard Quest has the contents of the letter Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras wrote to European leaders and the International Monetary Fund accepting a bailout package the Greek government rejected just days ago.
Greece officially missed its $1.7 billion payment to the International Monetary Fund, becoming the first developed country to do so.
Chinese company Huawei is the fourth largest smartphone producer in the world, but it faces challenges expanding overseas.
MasterCard is testing new ways of securing online payments including fingerprints and facial scans.
Find out why 61-second minutes have occasionally been inserted into time since 1972 and why it could disrupt some computer systems.
Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem says Greece requested a new bailout program, hours from when the existing bailout expires.
From why the banks are closed to how it affects your money, our correspondents on two continents explain the key developments in the Greek banking crisis.
President Obama says the U.S. must plan 'for any contingency,' but the crisis in Greece won't be a 'major shock to the system.'
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announces his 2016 campaign for the Republican presidential nomination.
Giorgos Stathakis, Greece's Economy Minister, says Greece will not make IMF payment, calling it "impossible" under the current circumstances.
President Obama's proposal to expand overtime pay for 5 million Americans comes as his approval rating reaches a two-year high.
Greece is defaulting on a debt payment to the IMF today. With the country collapsing, Christine Romans explains why this crisis matters to Americans.