VIDEO| Hurricane outlook 2015: El Niño could hinder Atlantic storms

This year's Atlantic hurricane season probably will have fewer storms than normal for the third year running -- thanks in part to El Niño, forecasters say.

VIDEO: Indicted ex-FIFA official Jack Warner cites 'Onion' article to defend himself

An embattled former FIFA official has scored a spectacular public relations own-goal by citing an article by satirical news outlet The Onion in an attempt to counter criminal charges against him.

American doctor declared free of Ebola finds the virus in his eye months later

American doctor Ian Crozier was treated for Ebola in Atlanta last year and declared free of the virus in his blood. But he had no way of knowing it still lurked in his eye.

A Teen's View: Living in West Baltimore

CNN, Victor Blackwell, West Baltimore, Terry Brown, Kyrique Jones,Jamel Phillips, the baltimore times

Why I fled: New migrants in Italy share their stories

They come in their thousands, crammed onto barely seaworthy boats to make the treacherous journey from Libya to Italy.

The Nile Project comes to Maryland

National Public Radio says the Nile Project is producing harmony in a divided region while the New York Times calls euphoric the performance that, to a traditionalist, looks like an ungainly mélange: a gathering of musicians from the 11 countries ...

One year on, the man still fighting to #BringBackOurGirls

If you cared deeply about something, would you protest? Make a sign? Join a demonstration? How long could you keep going for, in the face of indifference and inaction?

Malala's letter to Nigeria's abducted schoolgirls: 'solidarity, love, and hope'

On the eve of the one-year mark since nearly 300 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram in Nigeria, Malala Yousafzai released an "open letter" to the girls Monday.

People with Down syndrome sit for stunning portraits

Icelandic photographer Sigga Ella wanted to show that people with Down syndrome are more than a chromosomal abnormality. They are diverse and they're unique, just like everyone else in the world.

Netanyahu, Republicans beating drums of war

We need to see beyond petty insults. The fact that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) chose to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress without coordinating this with the White House was a snub and everyone knows that.

Tax ID thefts highlight major scam

One of the most pervasive scams related to identity theft is an ongoing telephone scam where taxpayers receive calls from scammers who purport to be tax agents from the IRS.

Je suis Charlie

What recently happened in Paris was more than a typical act of Islamic terrorism.

Blacks should support normalizing relations with Cuba

President Barack Obama’s historic announcement that the U.S. is restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba, after more than five decades of strategic political and military opposition, is today resonating positively throughout black America.

Clean water initiative gives the gift of clean drinking water to African village

The Ice Bucket Challenge, which involves pouring a bucket full of ice water over a participant’s head to raise money for charity, reportedly raised millions of dollars worldwide for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease).

CDC director raises Ebola alarm

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is much worse than official figures show, and other countries are unintentionally making it harder to control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Tom Frieden told CNN Tuesday.