The increasingly isolated North Korea received a new warning about trying to start a nuclear war with the United States, this time coming from former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro.
President Barack Obama is embarking on a four-day march through battleground states and the storm-battered Gulf Coast in the lead-up to his party’s convention.
The toll the Great Recession has taken on America has been shown through jobless numbers, excessive CEO pay, and other methods. But, it’s taking a growing toll on the standard of living in the United States.
A growing number of Venezuelans are fleeing to the United States and seeking political asylum.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights is urging the United States to stop deporting Haitians who are seriously ill or who have family members in this country.
Customs officals made a unique and potentially dangerous discovery Dec. 20 after finding an invasive intruder in a shipment from Turkey.
A man wanted in Fort Lauderdale for his alleged involvement in a 1995 crime has been arrested as he entered the United States from Canada.
Karen Blocker’s dream cruise began disintegrating at dawn when her cabin started rattling “like an earthquake.” “I told my daughter: ‘This boat is not moving anymore. We’ve got to get out,’” Blocker said. She opened the door to find a hallway filled with smoke and crew members telling passengers to head for the lifeboats.
In the shadow of the devastation, homelessness and disease that remain in Haiti after January’s devastating earthquake, there is beauty and art. Haitian writers offer stories of their country, some of which will highlight the Miami Book Fair International from Nov. 14 to 21.
Even as the administration of President Barack Obama has begun reaching out to Cuba and relations between to two countries move closer and closer to thawing; the CBS4 I-Team has obtained once secret documents that raise questions about whether Fidel Castro ever truly wants normal relations with the United States.