Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum cruised to victory in Saturday's Kansas caucuses, gathering momentum for two upcoming Southern primaries. But top rival Mitt Romney's campaign said the candidate won more delegates over the weekend, with the help of three other races and updated results in one state.
The U.S. Coast Guard, with international assistance, continued an expansive search Thursday for 15 people missing after a skiff disappeared about 600 miles southeast of Guam.
The travel and hospitality industry in the Pacific, including Hawaii, is the latest victim of the ongoing disaster in Japan.
CNN's Atika Shubert explores how various countries are advising citizens of their evacuation options.
A tsunami warning has been issued for the western coastal areas of the United States and Canada after a massive earthquake struck off the coast of Japan.
A Republican congressman who unexpectedly participated in President Obama's health care speech in 2009 by heckling the chief executive says he will be flanked by two Democrats on Tuesday night to show his willingness to work with the opposition party.
Five American boaters missing for days have been found safe and are on their way to the Philippines, the U.S. Coast Guard said Sunday.
U.S. military aircraft and a Coast Guard cutter Saturday searched a large swath of sea for a catamaran and five American sailors that went missing between Guam and the Philippines.
Two C-130 Hercules aircraft searched the Philippine Sea on Saturday for five missing Americans who left Guam more than two weeks earlier to deliver a catamaran to the Philippines, the U.S. Coast Guard said.
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A strong earthquake struck the Mariana Islands region in the Pacific Wednesday, the United States Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center reported.
A 7.2-magnitude earthquake has struck south of the Mariana Islands, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
If the Rod Blagojevich trial were a movie, it could be called Lost in Deliberation.
In Session explains why it's taking the jury so long to reach a verdict in Rod Blagojevich's corruption trial.
A new report from the Governors Highway Safety Association says U.S. highway safety agencies are cracking down on distracted driving.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation added 11 sites to its most-endangered list Wednesday, including one of the last remaining Negro League ball parks, a Civil War battlefield, a prehistoric cultural site in Guam and America's state parks and state-owned historic sites.
A voluntary recall has been issued for dozens of over-the-counter drugs for children, including Tylenol and Motrin, because they don't meet quality standards.
A Taiwanese man accused of exporting missile components from the United States to Iran made his first court appearance Thursday, the Department of Justice announced.
Legislatures in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico met in 2009, leading to the enactment of 40,697 laws, many of which take effect January 1.
Alison Kosik looks at some new business rules that officially become law in 2010.
It's time to "fall back" again. At 2 a.m. Sunday, you'll have to turn your clock back one hour, because it's the end of daylight saving time.
Grieving Taiwanese families held roadside memorial services Saturday to honor those killed by Typhoon Morakot.
A major garment manufacturer in the U.S. North Pacific commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands settled with the U.S. government for $1.7 million after workers accused employers of ethnic and gender-based discrimination, the government announced.
HLN's Susan Hendricks talks with an iReporter who helped the Apollo-11 moon mission just moments before splash down.
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A Jetstar flight with 203 passengers and crew aboard landed safely in Guam early Thursday after a fire broke out in the plane's cockpit, the airline said.
An airport named after a congressman is targeted by critics as wasteful. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
Located outside a small Pennsylvania city, John Murtha airport may not see many passengers. But it's seen plenty of arrivals of tax dollars from Washington, most recently economic stimulus funds.
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A U.S. Navy submarine leaked trace amounts of radioactive water for two years as it made port calls in Japan and other Asian nations, the Navy said Thursday.
Water with trace amounts of radioactivity may have leaked for months from a U.S. Navy nuclear-powered submarine as it traveled around the Pacific to ports in Guam, Japan and Hawaii, Navy officials told CNN on Friday.
A U.S. nuclear submarine may have leaked radioactive water at ports in Japan and Hawaii. CNN's Jamie McIntyre reports.
All six airmen aboard the B-52 bomber that crashed Monday off Guam's northwest coast were killed, Air Force officials confirmed Wednesday.
Two airmen were found dead in the Pacific Ocean and rescuers were trying to find four others after a U.S. Air Force B-52 crashed off the island of Guam on Monday, the Air Force said.
Rescue crews were searching a vast area of floating debris and a sheen of oil for crew members of an Air Force B-52 bomber that crashed off the island of Guam
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The U.S. Air Force reports that the first crash of a stealth bomber, caused by moisture in the sensors, cost $1.4 billion.
Sen. Barack Obama won Guam's Democratic presidential caucuses Saturday by just seven votes, according to a Guam election official.
CNN's Candy Crowley reports the gas tax holiday proposal is driving politics in Indiana and North Carolina.
A group of native Hawaiians occupied the grounds of the old Hawaiian monarchy's royal residence Wednesday, vowing to stay and do the business of the kingdom's government.
Two pilots survived a B-2 stealth bomber crash at Andersen Air Force Base in Guam early Saturday morning.
The U.S. Air Force's B-2 flight operations remain suspended in the United States and Guam after the weekend crash of a batwing stealth aircraft in Guam, according to an Air Force spokesman.
The foundation of a democratic republic is suffrage: the right to vote. Universal suffrage extends this civil right to all adults without distinction to race, sex, belief, intelligence or economic or social status. In the United States, almost all adult citizens over the age of 18 may vote in the presidential election. To this day, U.S. citizens who reside in Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and other U.S. territories do not vote in presidential elections, but may vote in local elections.
The phony wildfires press conference wasn't entirely unprecedented. So what's the agency's rationale?
The federal disaster exercises taking place this week are supposed to prepare us for a real dirty bomb attack. So something is missing
The nation is preparing for its biggest terrorism exercise ever next week when three fictional "dirty bombs" cripple arteries in two major U.S. cities and Guam
The National Community Reinvestment Coalition on Monday filed a civil rights complaint against Morgan Stanley, alleging the investment bank discriminated against minorities seeking home loans.
It started as a simple dive shop in 1958, taking tourists and locals on scuba tours in the Pacific Ocean off Maui. But a year after opening for business, Maui Divers workers found what resembled a black bush in deep waters off the Molokai Channel.
President Vladimir Putin said Friday that he had ordered the military to resume regular long-range flights of strategic bombers
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday security threats had forced Russia to revive the Soviet-era practice of sending bomber aircraft on regular patrols beyond its borders.
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At least 13 people died in the Solomon Islands Monday after two earthquakes and a tsunami hit the western part of the island-chain nation, the country's chief spokesman said.
Two large back-to-back earthquakes centered in the region of the Solomon Islands triggered a tsunami warning Sunday for a huge part of the Pacific including Australia and Indonesia.
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Coin collectors may be happy to hear a possible extension of 50-state quarter program scheduled to wrap up by the end of 2008, according to a published report.
Thai authorities Sunday canceled major New Year's celebrations in Bangkok and Thailand's second largest city, Chiang Mai, after a string of explosions in the capital killed two people.
A futuristic new jet hopes to be the biggest revolution in commercial aircraft design in fifty years. With a radical new shape, its designers believe it will use 25 percent less fuel that today's planes and be no louder than a car driving down your street.
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A court in Japan on Friday convicted a U.S. sailor of killing a Japanese woman and sentenced him to life in prison.
A second powerful earthquake has struck the South Pacific nation of Tonga in the space of 24 hours.
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the South Pacific nation of Tonga during a simulated tsunami warning drill Wednesday.
Japan and the United States have reached an agreement that will clear the way for the departure of thousands of American Marines from Okinawa.
North Korea launched a pair of short-range missiles Wednesday, White House spokesman Scott McClellan said.
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Use this explainer to help students understand the history of World War II, a topic relevant to current news.
Brian O'Reilly, just 28 years old and six years out of college, already owns two businesses, is launching another, and hopes to semi-retire by age 40.
In the late 1990s, U.S. spy satellites crisscrossing North Korea picked up alarming evidence that suggested the rogue regime might be excavating a secret underground nuclear test facility.
More than 10,000 fugitives from justice have been captured in a nationwide, weeklong dragnet involving federal, state and local authorities, said the U.S. Marshals Service, which led the effort.
CNN.com asked its users to share their views on the death of Pope John Paul II who died Saturday. Here is a sampling from thousands of responses, some of which have been edited.
The captain of a U.S. submarine that hit an undersea mountain last month in the western Pacific, killing one sailor and injuring 23 others, will be relieved of command, Pentagon officials said Friday.
The Navy has published the first photographs of the damaged nuclear attack submarine USS San Francisco now in dry dock in Guam.
The U.S. Navy submarine accident that killed one sailor and injured 24 others occurred when the vessel -- traveling at high speed -- hit an undersea mountain head-on, Pentagon officials said Monday.
A U.S. sailor died Sunday, after sustaining injuries in a submarine accident a day earlier in the western Pacific, according to a statement from the U.S. Pacific Fleet.
U.S. Coast Guard and military aircraft Saturday are en route to the western Pacific, where a nuclear attack submarine ran aground, injuring at least 20 crew members -- one critically, U.S. Navy sources said.
The U.S. military says it will double the number of helicopters operating in the tsunami-stricken regions from 46 to more than 90, in a bid to help speed aid to desperate survivors in remote areas.
They're not from the sci-fi show "X-Files," but scientists are sounding the alarm that aliens have invaded the planet.
When business travelers think of a regional carrier that is crucial to the economy of a handful of nations, they likely imagine an airline with thousands of staff and a fleet of a hundred planes.
A dangerous intruder has invaded Everglades National Park, and it's putting the native wildlife at risk.
Financial markets, schools and businesses in Taipei and other parts of Taiwan have been shut as a strong typhoon closes in on the island.
Australian police have arrested a man over a Southeast Asia sunken treasure scheme that promised huge returns to investors.
At least 92 allegations of sexual assault, including rape, involving U.S. Air Force personnel in the Pacific were reported over the past three years, according to a review ordered by the region's commander.
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