Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance tells CNN's Richard Quest that encryption technology used on Apple and Google phones inhibits law enforcement.
The founder of meal replacement company Huel claims that you can live off of the powdered food alone. CNN's Isa Soares asks a dietician to weigh in.
CNN's John Defterios visits a massive oil field in southern Iran, as the country prepares to reclaim its place among world's top oil producers.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos joined Twitter in 2008 -- but didn't send his first tweet until now.
Jeff Bezos talks to CNN's Rachel Crane about the successful launch and landing of his Blue Origin rocket -- something competitor Elon Musk has yet to achieve.
The former administrator of the Federal September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, Kenneth Feinberg thinks we should never again use tax payer dollars to compensate victims of select tragedies.
CNN's Lisa France explains her obsession with Adele, what sets her apart from other artists today and why her album "25" could be the biggest record of the year.
Turkish officials say they intercepted a Russian military jet as it violated their airspace.
Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin just managed to successfully land a booster rocket in just its second attempt to land - a feat rival company SpaceX has so far failed to achieve.
The threats to the U.S. have never been greater: hacking attacks, information theft, disruption and deadly violence. Every day, America's intelligence agencies wage war to find and foil attacks against the country. Jim Sciutto investigates the tools and tactics the intelligence community is using to help keep the country safe.
The co-host of 'Fox & Friends' is leaving the show at the end of the year to spend more time with her family.
The company loaded the entire restaurant on a truck and drove it 45 miles to a new location.
"Saturday Night Live" parodied the auditions for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," and the results are hilarious.
Pfizer is the latest American company trying to move its headquarters abroad to lower its U.S. corporate tax bill. Christine Romans explains the growing number of inversions.
Assailants with guns blazing attacked a hotel hosting diplomats and others in Mali's capital leaving at least 21 people dead. CNN's Jim Sciutto reports.
A U.S.-based company is building mirrors in the Oman desert to harness the sun's energy to provide sustainable, low-cost oil production.
The top floor unit in a Frank Gehry-designed residential building was sold to an undisclosed buyer for $66 million.
President Hollande has repeatedly declared that France is at war. The French Senate votes Friday on a plan by President Hollande to extend the state of emergency declared the night of the Paris attacks until February 2016.
How much did DraftKings and FanDuel spend on advertising this year? That and other amazing facts about this rapidly growing industry.
The final installment of the 'Hunger Games' series is bound to have a strong opening weekend, but can it shoot past one of its predecessors, 'Catching Fire,' to have the biggest November opening of all time?
U.S. Special Forces are providing assistance in the rescue efforts to free hostages trapped in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamarko, Mali. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
Gunmen are holding 170 hostages at the Radisson Blu hotel in Bamako, Mali. A U.N. official says at least three are dead in the attack.
Ghost Security Group, also known as GhostSec, is small hacker army composed of ex-military and ex-Anonymous members fighting ISIS online. CNNMoney's Laurie Segall reports.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey says that the company is focused on long-term growth and that the lower IPO price is just 'one moment in time.'
A 1,111 carat gem quality diamond was recovered from a mine in Botswana.
Sen. Bernie Sanders says former president Franklin Delano Roosevelt's policies during the Great Depression would be defined as 'socialist' today.
Marine Le Pen, President of the National Front Party, tells CNN's Hala Gorani that immigration represents a danger to the French people.
Former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle was sentenced to 15 years and 8 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of child pornography and sex with minors.
Square CEO Jack Dorsey addresses concerns over the mobile payment company's lower valuation, saying that it is just 'one moment in time' and that they are focused on building a business for many generations.
Cabin and airport cleaners striking at seven major U.S. airports are demanding $15 an hour.
With water resistance, scratch resistance and shatterproof technology, our smartphones are becoming far more klutz-proof than in previous years. But how durable are they? We put the iPhone to the test.
Fiat unveiled a modern version of the 124 Spider, a two-seat convertible first made in 1966, at the LA Auto Show.
ISIS has a technology 'help desk' where supporters can learn things like how to encrypt their messages or how to join Twitter anonymously.
How to keep your personal information safe from hackers.
Barry Diller, chairman of Match.com's parent company IAC, sits down with Brian Stelter and addresses critics, who say Tinder is ruining dating.
Commercial for the limited edition Moschino Barbie shows two girls and a boy playing with the doll.
This Lamborghini set the stage for every super car after it. But driving it isn't such a smooth experience.
Mobile payments company Square is worth billions and on the verge of going public. So why are some investors throwing shade on the company?
Stephen Colbert's Late Show band - Jon Batiste and Stay Human - opened Monday's show with the French national anthem in tribute to Paris.
CNN's Eric Bradner explains how President Obama, state governors and Republican presidential candidates are approaching the Syrian refugee crisis differently.
Sir Richard Branson speaks out against how leaders in the U.S. and Europe are handling the Syrian refugee crisis in the aftermath of the Paris attacks.
Jack Highberger, who was covering a Black Lives Matter protest for KMSP in Minneapolis, was among those arrested for unlawful assembly.
World markets are climbing after the Paris attacks. And if history is a guide, any long-term damage is unlikely. Here's a look at the market reaction to 9/11, the Boston Bombings, Pearl Harbor and more.
An app called Telegram uses encryption to securely send messages between users. CNN's Laurie Segall on why terrorist groups are increasingly hard to track.
Russian President Vladimir Putin vows to intensify airstrikes in Syria after confirming that the Russian Metrojet Airbus A321 crash was a result of a terrorist bomb.
Actor Charlie Sheen reveals to the public that he is HIV-positive in an interview on NBC's "Today" show.
'Motor Trend' magazine named its picks for car, truck and SUV of the year, and Chevy is the big winner.
Familiar structures around the world are bathed in blue, white and red in solidarity with France after the terror attacks in Paris.
CNN's Rosie Tomkins reports on social media's role throughout the Paris terror attacks and its aftermath.
A recap of unfolding events in Paris.