A flood watch continues in effect through 6 p.m. Sunday (Dec. 28) for southeastern Louisiana and southern Mississippi, with another 2 to 4 inches of rain
A 23-year-old man was shot dead on the front porch of a Mid-City home Saturday afternoon (Dec. 27), New Orleans Police said.
Police responded to a
(CNN) -- PlayStation was still hobbled over the weekend after a possible cyberattack Thursday on the network that enables its gamers to play one another online.
Xbox also went down on Christmas Day -- one of the busiest gaming days of the year -- though by Saturday afternoon its website was reporting that most of Xbox Live's services were up and running.
Watch what happens to driver who tailgates and flips the bird. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on road rage karma.
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Kano, Nigeria (CNN) -- A 13-year-old Nigerian girl told reporters that her father handed her over to Islamist militants to become a suicide bomber, but she fled as two other girls detonated their explosives at a market earlier this month.
(CNN) -- The Syrian government is ready to send envoys to Moscow for talks with representatives of the opposition it has been fighting in a brutal civil war for over 3½ years, according to state-run media.
The 4-year-old autistic boy who drowned after wandering from his grandmother's house in South Carolina on Christmas Eve will be laid to rest next week in his hometown of White Plains, New York, his heartbroken family told NBC News.
Warren McCauley was a war hero, a recipient of the Bronze Star who helped push Germany out of Italy in 1945. His silver identification bracelet came off somewhere amid 114 days of bloody progress, peak to peak, through the mountains of Tuscany.
It didn't stay where it fell.
Three days before Christmas, almost exactly 70 years after McCauley lost the bracelet, a group of his relatives gathered in Orange County, California and watched as his widow pulled the ties on a small red pouch.
TAMPA, Fla. — Nose tackle John Jenkins’ second season with the Saints and in the NFL will end with him on injured reserve after hurting his abdomen, the team announced Saturday.
Ryan Griffin, the former Tulane quarterback in his second year as a pro, was promoted from the practice squad to fill Jenkins’ place on the active roster for Sunday’s season finale between the Saints (6-9) and Buccaneers (2-13) at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.