As Oscar Pereiro crossed the line for the last time in the 2006 Tour de France, there was no celebration, no adulation from the crowd.
Self-driving cars will soon take on perhaps their biggest challenge yet: driving in New York City.
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that will allow state residents who do not identify as male or female to have a third option on driver's licenses and birth certificates.
The Wi-Fi network you're using may be susceptible to hacking. A new security flaw, discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef of the University of Leuven in Belgium, appears to be affecting Wi-Fi connections.
A drone crashed into a commercial airplane in Canada, the first time such an incident has occurred in the country, the government said Sunday.
Do you like crossword puzzles and are you engaged to be married? Those were the questions asked of many college-age American women by their professors, college presidents, or military officers to assess their suitability to do secret work breaking German and Japanese codes during the Second World War.
Late-night host James Corden apologized for jokes he made about Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced producer who is the target of a growing number of sexual harassment and abuse accusations.
Two simple words became a rallying cry on Twitter to stand against sexual harassment and assault. "Me too."
Mayim Bialik believes her words about the Harvey Weinstein scandal have been taken out of context. Several women have accused Weinstein of sexual misconduct -- including allegations of harassment and rape.
It's the latest big scandal to rock corporate Japan. Kobe Steel, a century-old industrial giant, has admitted to falsifying data on products sold to top customers like Boeing and Toyota.
The Republican push for a broad tax overhaul faces a critical test this week as senators must approve a budget bill that would clear the way for tax reform to pass the Senate with just GOP support.
Some conservatives in the House of Representatives believe they've found a way to shield themselves from loss in 2018: run against the US Senate even if it means running against their own GOP colleagues.
It was a Milan derby which will live long in the memory, a match of high drama which had it all: a hat-trick, an own goal and a stoppage-time penalty.
A frequent refrain from the federal judge overseeing Sen. Bob Menendez's bribery trial, as he presses the lawyers to show him why he should admit or withhold certain evidence from the jury.
The President of Catalonia, Carles Puigdemont, failed to clarify Monday whether his administration had officially declared independence from Spain and instead repeated his call for talks to resolve the ongoing constitutional crisis in the country.
Former Hurricane Ophelia hit Ireland's west coast as a post-tropical storm on Monday, bringing with it strong winds, heavy rain, and the threat of storm surge and flooding.
Top White House aides, lawmakers, donors and political consultants are privately asking whether President Donald Trump realizes that losing the House next year could put his presidency in peril.
A week after several wildfires ignited in Northern California, firefighters are making progress toward containing the massive blazes that have killed at least 40 people and burned about 5,700 structures.
Leslie Cofresi started to cry when he saw his staff the day after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico.
As California Democrat Kevin de León mounts a difficult and expensive quest to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a super PAC has formed to raise money on his behalf.
Turns out money doesn't just buy a glamorous vacation in the Caribbean or a killer suite in Quebec -- it can buy residency too.
Maria Sharapova soared into the top 60 of the women's tennis tour rankings after she won her first title in two years.
Two armies funded and trained by the United States are now facing off in northern Iraq, a confrontation that could have lasting consequences for the future of the country and the broader Middle East.
A tall chain link fence, shrouded in vines, surrounds an aging water well tucked away in this small town just west of San Juan. A metal sign carries a warning in Spanish to anyone who approaches: "Danger. Do Not Enter."
A third woman in London has made sexual assault allegations against disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein. London Metropolitan Police said they received a report Sunday from a woman alleging an assault took place in 1992 in west London. CNN has been able to verify that the report refers to Weinstein.
Israel's military says its warplanes struck a Syrian anti-aircraft battery near Damascus on Monday after the battery fired on its planes.
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The Boy Scouts will soon include girls, and not everyone's happy about it. The 107-year-old organization announced Wednesday that younger girls will be allowed to join Cub Scouts and that older girls will be eligible to earn the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.
Actor Terry Crews said he understands why women are reluctant to raise sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood power brokers like Harvey Weinstein. Why does he get it? "Because this kind of thing happened to ME," Crews said Tuesday.
Harvey Weinstein is heading to rehab. His wife of 10 years, Georgina Chapman, is heading to divorce court. And his former company is heading into an uncertain future.
Leia Pameticky has been waiting for this moment for much of her young life. When news broke that Boy Scouts of America will allow girls to join, the fourth grader from Kansas said she couldn't wait to go on the same adventures her father talked about from his Boy Scout days.
Even as the Trump administration is asking Congress to approve a tough overhaul of the nation's immigration laws, the Department of Homeland Security is also quietly exploring ways it could transform the US immigration system on its own.
China's Alibaba is pumping $15 billion into a global network of research labs aimed at challenging Silicon Valley's dominance in future technology.
Designer Donna Karan has apologized for the remarks she made about women in the wake of a sexual harassment scandal that has dogged Hollywood power player Harvey Weinstein.
A former Disney Channel star has struck back at online commenters who are questioning her new marriage less than two years after her first husband died.
Paltrow said she was 22 years old when Weinstein hired her to play the lead in his adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel "Emma."
Matt Damon, a frequent collaborator of dethroned movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, has broken his silence on the allegations of sexual harassment and assault facing the man who gave him his break in Hollywood.
As allegations of rape, abuse, and other forms of sexual misconduct against him mount, Harvey Weinstein's wife of a decade has announced she's leaving him.
In Washington, President Donald Trump is often his own worst enemy. He rarely misses a chance to berate elite Republicans in Congress for failing to enact his ambitious agenda. Yet his tweeted tantrums and fierce character attacks -- often targeting his own team -- directly undermine his chances of building a Capitol Hill coalition to get things done.
The US men's soccer team won't be in the World Cup next year. Here's what else you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door.
There are several ways you can donate to victims of Sunday night's mass shooting in Las Vegas, where 58 people were killed and hundreds were injured when a gunman opened fire on concertgoers at a country music festival.
President Trump took a shot Tuesday at the NFL's tax breaks. What he didn't say is he has had a long-running grievance with America's most popular sport.
A woman featured in a controversial Dove ad says the spot is being misinterpreted. Lola Ogunyemi, a black woman, wrote Tuesday in the Guardian that she agreed with the company's decision to apologize for its ad, which was seen by many as racially insensitive.
Muhammad Ali Enterprises is suing Fox Broadcasting Company after the network allegedly used the boxer's likeness without permission.
President Donald Trump promised Americans their insurance options would improve after he signs an executive order loosening restrictions on buying policies across state lines.
Facebook has often been accused of copying Snapchat. Now Snapchat may be taking a page from Facebook. Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, announced a new feature called Context Cards on Tuesday that lets users book Uber rides and restaurant reservations directly through the messaging app.
Hillary Clinton condemned disgraced Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein on Tuesday, marking her first public comments on the matter since reports of his alleged predatory behavior broke five days ago.
Many Democratic office holders were quick to repudiate disgraced Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein following a bombshell report detailing decades of alleged sexual harassment.
Jemele Hill has one job responsibility: To opine on the world of sports. She is not employed by ESPN to solve climate change. She is not employed by ESPN to waltz with Maksim Chmerkovskiy. She is not employed by ESPN to make you a scrambled egg, to repair your muffler, to entertain you with stories of the olden days with Chaka Khan and Bob Hope.
Ivanka Trump waded into the immigration debate Monday evening, calling the fate of immigrants who have been covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program a "very complicated issue."