Woman allegedly falsely claimed to have sustained a brain injury from the attack
Half of all-female jury ‘thought George Zimmerman was guilty but were talked out of it’
Hackers send out emails with misleading titles in order to direct computer users to their sites
Efforts by the US Attorney General, Eric Holder, to smooth American media feathers ruffled by recent revelations of aggressive snooping by the government on reporters hit a snag, as major news organisations turned down an invitation to meet with him.
Inspired by TV crimescene investigation dramas, many social media users have become convinced that digital technology offers the tools to trace the killer
Still causing controversy, at 83?
It’s been a surprise hit in the US, and not just because it has A-list narrators...
First one Navy SEAL writes about the deadly raid, then another contradicts him. Rupert Cornwell reports on the many versions of the terrorist’s death
The CNN anchor invited the man who launched a petition to deport him on to his show - with predictably explosive consequences
Q might have fashioned 007 tools like these, but in the hands of real-life North Korean assassins they look a whole lot less retro-cute. Three weapons - all indistinguishable from everyday objects - have been seen by CNN after a bust in South Korea stopped a killer on his way to a job. They include a Parker pen with a poison-tipped spike, another pen that can fire poisoned darts, and a flashlight capable of discharging three bullets.
Blatter faced heavy criticism for his "unfortunate words" in an interview with CNN
Cristiano Ronaldo has paid tribute to his former manager Sir Alex Ferguson, describing him as his ‘father in football’.
Two people were ejected from the Republican National Convention for throwing nuts at an African-American camera operator for CNN and telling her: “This is how we feed animals,” the cable network said.
Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba has revealed he took part in an impromptu game of football while on holiday in May, two months after collapsing during an FA Cup tie against Tottenham with a cardiac arrest.
Less than 18 months after stepping into Larry King's shoes at CNN, Piers Morgan's ratings have bombed to the lowest 9pm primetime levels the network has seen in the 21 years it has been collating audience data.
There was no doubting Piers Morgan’s breathless enthusiasm for Sunday’s Diamond Jubilee flotilla. But the broadcaster’s hyperbolic commentary for CNN has been skewered by the US satirist Jon Stewart, whose ruthless lampoon on the Daily Show became an instant web hit.