Black, Latino graduation rates improve

Two reports released within moments of each other have served to highlight how African-Americans and Latinos have overcome many obstacles in order to strive toward success.

Legendary Songwriter Diane Warren creates new single for Oprah Winfrey to become OWN Network Anthem

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced that legendary songwriter Diane Warren has written a new original song titled “You Will” for Oprah Winfrey and it will serve as the anthem for the network.

Does TV's "Empire" poorly portray African-Americans?

As "Empire" airs it's season finale, Don Lemon asks a collection of guests to respond to the controversy surrounding the wildly successful tv show

Michelle Obama: My challenge to you

It has been five years since I started Let's Move!, an initiative to address childhood obesity and help all our kids grow up healthy. And as we mark this fifth anniversary, we're celebrating how far we've come, we're challenging ourselves ...

Justice Dept. report slams Philly police

A Justice Department report found "serious deficiencies" in the Philadelphia Police Department's use of force, finding nearly half of officer-involved shootings were of unarmed suspects who were mistaken for being armed.

Comcast to take more complaints via Facebook and Twitter

Comcast is bulking up its presence on Twitter and Facebook as it tries to repair the damage done by a string of very public customer service catastrophes.

Teen drivers: Buckle up and lower the volume, Dad's monitoring you

And she'll have fun, fun, fun...till daddy turns Teen Driver on.

Key Facts and Reports: The Fifth Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act

Five years after the ACA became law, millions of working and middle class families have the economic security of knowing that they won’t go broke if they get sick.

FBI investigates case of black man found hanged in Mississippi

Black man hanging in Mississippi. FBI investigates.

Does Fox's 'Empire' reinforce stereotypes?

Does FOX's Empire reinforce black stereotypes?

CDC: Toddler Food Often Has Too Much Salt, Sugar

Many packaged meals and snacks for toddlers contain worrisome amounts of salt and sugar, potentially creating an early taste for foods that may contribute to obesity and other health risks, according to a new government study.

Defense Mobile supports U.S. Coast Guard members during potential Department of Homeland Security funding lapse

In the event that this Department of Homeland Security funding lapse occurs, Defense Mobile will continue to waive monthly mobile service fees until funding is restored. With all that these men and women have done and are doing for our ...

Weed-tossing car chase

Suspects ditch weed out of windows.

The "Billionaire Boys" Fight Club

Mayweather and CNN's Scholes interview

Where is added sugar hiding?

CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta explains how added sugar is hiding in a lot of unexpected foods, causing us to consume way more sugar than our bodies need.