February 29th, Leap Day, occurs once every four years, bringing with it all sorts of unique myths, superstitions and yes, even its fair share of movies and TV shows.
Over a decade after President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act of 2009, women still make less than men. CNN's Vanessa Yurkevich speaks with Ledbetter and looks at why we still have a long way to go.
A major water main that provides half of Houston's water supply burst while repairs were being made, causing public school closures.
A spa in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, has drawn in Harry Potter fans with its magical touches from J.K. Rowling's books.
As airstrikes continue to ravage life in Syria, a family just outside of Turkey's border are living in an underground cave to stay safe.
Texas art teacher Stacy Bailey, who was on paid leave after talking about "her future wife" in class, reached a $100,000 settlement with the Mansfield Independent School District last week, her attorney said.
Lake effect snow continues to batter areas of upstate New York with blizzard conditions. Hazardous travel is expected as strong winds lead to blowing snow and reduced visibility.
Following his win in the Mexico City ePrix, Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Mitch Evans is the Formula E championship leader. Can he maintain his lead in Marrakech?
Christina Macfarlane takes a brief look at the history of doping in sport, including what forms of doping have been performed and which sports have suffered from it.
Inter Miami owner David Beckham reflects on the newly formed club's "long, tough journey" from being announced to its fruition in Major League Soccer.
Five-time grand slam singles winner Maria Sharapova is retiring from tennis. The 32-year-old made the announcement in Vanity Fair on February 26.
Former Bayern Munich and Real Madrid midfielder Hamit Altintop speaks to Alex Thomas about the big 2020 Champions League clash between Chelsea and Bayern Munich.
Would you kayak down a 134-foot waterfall? Dane Jackson is the first person ever to kayak down the Salto del Maule waterfall in Chile.
Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher Madison Bumgarner admitted to using an alias to compete in team-roping rodeo competitions.
Justin Timberlake started a fierce debate on social media when he declared Samoas to be his favorite Girl Scout cookies over Thin Mints.
Actress Sofia Vergara signed on with "America's Got Talent" as a judge just as the Emmy-winning show "Modern Family" airs its final season.
David Beckham appeared on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and shared details from when he first asked out his wife Victoria Beckham in 1997.
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta answers questions on the novel coronavirus, including how the virus spreads and precautions to take to avoid getting sick.
E! released a clip for the new season of "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" that appears to show Kim Kardashian West getting into an argument with sister Kourtney and throwing a punch.
SNL's Pete Davidson revealed Mac Miller's death as a factor in the end of his engagement with Ariana Grande.
Rosanna Arquette, one of the more than 80 women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct, reacts to the disgraced film producer's conviction. Watch "Full Circle" every weeknight at 5pm E.T.
CNN's Brian Stelter discusses how President Trump's media allies are downplaying the coronavirus.
Everyone has heard the headlines: the retail apocalypse is here; online shopping has replaced traditional stores. But it turns out that's not what's actually going on. Here's the truth behind the headlines.
Kimbal Musk is expanding his urban farm start-up in a bid shake up the fresh produce industry.
Former White House Council of Economic Advisers Chairman Kevin Hassett says "you're absolutely looking at a recession" if the coronavirus is not contained.
US stocks faced another sharp selloff as worries about coronavirus mounted, with the three main indexes dragged into correction territory and on track for their worst week since the financial crisis. CNN's Alison Kosik reports.
A stock market correction, or a 10% decline from a recent high, can scare investors. CNN's Christine Romans explains why corrections are part of a healthy market.
"Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran said she lost almost $400,000 in an email scam.
Bernie Sanders' national press secretary Briahna Joy Gray said the questioning of the 78-year-old Democratic presidential candidate's health and requests for further medical records "were reminiscent of a smear campaign."
The Pentagon's top policy official is expected to depart his post soon, according to two sources familiar with the matter. John Rood, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy at the Pentagon, lost support among senior national security leadership and has been asked for his resignation, one of the sources said.
During a CNN town hall in Nevada, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) addressed the need for gun reform and spoke about her "saddest day in Washington."
During a CNN town hall in Nevada, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg discusses conservative radio personality Rush Limbaugh's attack on Buttigieg's sexuality.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg shared a story at the CNN Town Hall in Nevada about how he tried to use his foreign language skills to help a family caught in the middle of a protest.
CNN's Jake Tapper reports.
President Trump issued a series of pardons and commutations that included former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr., former New York City police chief Bernie Kerik and junk bond king Michael Milken. CNN's Kaitlan Collins reports.
Laurie Garrett, an expert on pandemics and author of "Ebola: Story of an Outbreak," spoke to CNN's Bianca Nobilo about what she thinks is behind the spike in novel coronavirus cases in China.
Psychiatrists are now considering the benefits of LSD and other psychedelic drugs in treatment. Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
A California resident who contracted novel coronavirus might be the first case of "community spread," the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains why it matters.
A Wisconsin family is finally reunited after Samuel Roth's wife and daughters spent weeks on lockdown in Wuhan, China, then under quarantine in California.
Karey Maniscalco was among more than 300 American passengers who were evacuated from the novel coronavirus-struck Diamond Princess ship in Japan.
More than 300 Americans quarantined on the Diamond Princess cruise ship for almost two weeks finally head home, but their journey back to the US has been riddled with one ordeal after another. CNN's Will Ripley has more.
CNN's Nick Watt reports.
A 17-year-old convinced Twitter to verify a fake candidate for Congress. Here's how he did it and why it matters ahead of the 2020 political cycle.
US stocks have been selling off around the world as investors fret about the spread of the coronavirus. CNN's Christine Romans reports.
Here's what you should know about SoftBank, the Japanese tech company that has pumped billions of dollars into Silicon Valley companies like Uber, Slack, DoorDash and WeWork.
In a CNBC interview, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett explains why he got rid of the flip phone he's had for years.
Microsoft teamed up with a small Wisconsin town to test its cutting edge election security system called ElectionGuard. The tech giant says it can thwart hackers and help win back voters' trust in elections. Here's how.
Matthew Wilder's 1983 hit "Break My Stride" is climbing charts again almost four decades later. Here's how TikTok is having a big impact on the music industry.
The team at Jetman Dubai has built a jet-powered, carbon fiber wingsuit that can launch a human into the air from the ground.