Secret Service Director Julia Pierson, who has faced intense scrutiny over the Sept. 19 White House security breach, has resigned, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Here's what you should know about the highly secretive agency.
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters are camped out on major highways in the heart of Hong Kong, defying government attempts to both coerce and cajole them into giving up their extraordinary demonstration.
With Tuesday marking the 32nd anniversary of the Sept. 30, 1982, debut of "Cheers," are you ready to revisit a place where everybody knows your name? Click on to see what the show's stars are up to today.
Attorney General Eric Holder has announced that he will resign after six years at the helm of the Justice Department. Holder has agreed to remain in his post until the confirmation of his successor. Take a look at other faces in President Barack Obama's Cabinet.
Every aspiring celebrity has to start somewhere, and for certain stars that somewhere was the world of fake eyelashes, makeup and spray tans known as beauty pageants. Take a look at which stars were beauty queens first.
The Charities Aid Foundation has ranked the most and least charitable countries in the world, focusing on three areas: willingness to help a stranger, donating to a charitable organization and volunteering time. Take a look at the most generous countries on earth.
Ever kicked back and enjoyed a cool Rocky Mountain Oyster Stout? How about a tall brewsky made from yeast found in some guy's beard? Take a look at some of the quirkiest beers brewed in craft breweries all over America.
"Modern Family" star Sarah Hyland was granted a temporary restraining order against her ex-boyfriend Matt Prokop, claiming he choked her, pushed her and bombarded her with texts and voice mails after she broke up with him. Take a look at other celebrities who have been stalked.
Matthew Todd Miller, a 24-year-old from California, has been convicted of "acts hostile" to North Korea and sentenced to six years of hard labor. Learn more about the three Americans currently being detained in North Korea.
Have you ever considered calling 911 because of a massive spider in your house? How about because a McDonald's employee got your order wrong? Take a look at some of the strangest reasons people have recently called 911.
Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom -- along with England, Wales and Northern Ireland -- following a historic referendum vote. Take a look at celebrity (both Scottish and not) reactions to the referendum.
NBA star Dwight Howard's Florida driver's license has been suspended after he failed to pay a ticket for running a red light, Reuters reported. In turns out Howard was ticketed an astonishing 10 times for running red lights in the Orlando area, and received four speeding tickets, 12 citations for failing to pay highway tolls and one citation for failing to change his address on his driver's license. Take a look at the worst celebrity drivers.
Arizona Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is the latest NFL star to find himself in trouble with the law. Take a look at a list of some of the more prominent NFL athletes who have had legal run-ins.
In an effort to really make first class "worth it," airlines have started offering passengers everything from on-board apartments (yes, really) to post-boarding limo rentals and private jet access. Here's a look at some of the top first-class perks.
The Baltimore Ravens cut running back Ray Rice from the team and the NFL suspended him from the league after video surfaced of him knocking out his then-fiancé, now-wife Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City elevator. Take a look at a timeline of events in Rice's assault case.
Three decades ago audiences met a zany, Mel Tormé-loving judge and the cast of misfits who paraded through his New York City courtroom. With Harry Anderson celebrating his 62nd birthday Oct. 14, see what he and his "Night Court" co-stars are up to today.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is withdrawing from a re-election bid in the upcoming mayoral race, according to CNN news partner CBC. The controversial mayor was hospitalized this week after the discovery of an abdominal tumor. Take a look at some of this controversial politician's most shocking quotes.
A judge has found Oscar Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide, the South African term for unintentionally -- but unlawfully -- killing a person. It's akin to negligent killing. Sentencing is scheduled to begin Oct. 13.
Nearly 19 percent of people with student loans owe more than $50,000, according to a report from the Federal Reserve, and that number is expected to rise. Take a look at which states' residents have the most and least student debt.
A truly healthy city makes it easy for residents to adopt a healthful lifestyle, whether it's by providing quality health care, encouraging preventive medicine or reducing air pollution. Check out which cities made the top 10, based on the results of a CNN iReport survey.
"Party of Five" debuted on Sept. 12, 1994, and ran for six seasons, making stars out of a cast that included Neve Campbell and Jennifer Love Hewitt. To mark the show's 20th anniversary, click on to see what its stars are up to today.
Richard Kiel, the actor best known for playing the James Bond villain "Jaws," in the Roger Moore Bond classics "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker" has died. Take a look at some of the other notable James Bond villains.
South African athlete Oscar Pistorius was found not guilty Thursday of premeditated murder in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, but the judge may still find him guilt of "culpable homicide." Here's a look at the most compelling information about the case.