The Commission on Presidential Debates revealed in a one-sentence statement Friday that Donald Trump's audio was impacted earlier in the week.
Donald Trump continues to attack the Clintons as well as former Miss Universe Alicia Machado on Twitter. CNN's Chris Frates reports.
Days after patting himself on the back for not invoking them on a debate stage, Donald Trump and his campaign are attempting to use Bill Clinton's sex scandals to cast a shadow on Hillary Clinton.
Two American sisters were found dead without any signs of injuries while vacationing in Seychelles this month, local authorities said.
Tropical Storm Matthew became a major hurricane Friday and threatens Jamaica, Cuba, Haiti and the Bahamas as it begins its slow romp across the Caribbean.
When comparing yourself to world leaders or historical figures, there are perhaps less controversial choices than Adolf Hitler.
Colombia's 52-year-old conflict with armed guerrilla rebels is finally waning, and the way is being paved for peace. But what will that mean for the fighters?
The Rosetta space probe has crash-landed on the surface of a distant comet, ending a remarkable 12-year mission that made a series of breakthrough discoveries.
Two protesters were arrested after 50 people blocked an intersection in El Cajon, California, to demand accountability following the police shooting of an unarmed black man.
Covered in dust and the remains of yet another airstrike in the Syrian city of Idlib, a young man clutches a small baby and cries.
Pakistan captured an Indian soldier on its side of the disputed Kashmir border Thursday, Indian officials told CNN, as tensions continue to rise between the two nuclear neighbors.
World leaders, including Israeli and Palestinian politicians, gathered for the funeral of the former President of Israel.
Two paintings by Vincent Van Gogh stolen in a 2002 heist in the Netherlands have been found, 14 years on, after a "massive" investigation by Italian authorities.
When US golf fan David Johnson turned up to watch the Ryder Cup warm-up rounds at Hazeltine Thursday, little did he expect that he'd end up having his own chance of golfing glory.
Thailand said Friday that two babies had been born with Zika-related microcephaly -- the first time the condition has been reported in Asia.
A school counselor is being hailed as a hero after talking a student out of going on a shooting spree.
One month after devastating floods ravaged North Korea's northeast, aid agencies have warned that many survivors are homeless and at risk of disease as winter looms.
Amber Rose says she got more than a 25 out of 40 score for week three of "Dancing With the Stars."
Some of the world's top female chess players are upset that the next world championship will be held in Iran, where players are expected to wear head scarves.
A potentially key piece of evidence has been recovered in the hunt for what caused a deadly crash of a commuter train in New Jersey.
K-pop superstar T.O.P., of South Korean boy band Big Bang, is a rapper, singer-songwriter, actor and -- of little surprise to his 5.7 million Instagram followers -- a passionate art collector.
They became known as "the real 'Fault in Our Stars' couple" and soon became nearly as famous as the couple in the novel and movie.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled Generation EQ, a brand new SUV concept, at the Paris Motor Show on Thursday.
Even 'good' cops can kill unarmed black men. One can't think or pray away bias. It needs deliberative, purposeful action that becomes second nature, says Issac Bailey.
Chief official White House photographer Pete Souza is known for his coverage of President Obama's administration, but he first worked for government in the Reagan years.
The Britain that Samuele Marcora fell in love with still exists: He can ride his motorbike along winding mountain roads and past unspoilt sandy beaches, laugh at stand-up comedy nights, enjoy live music at rock gigs, or meet his PhD students for coffee.
Nic Robertson is CNN's international diplomatic editor.
There are only two essential elements to doing Nashville right: music and food. Chef and Nashville native Tandy Wilson shares some ideas for both.
Moving to a deserted island or to Santa Claus Village for a job?
India's reported "surgical strike" across the border into Pakistani-controlled Kashmir on Wednesday brings India-Pakistan relations to their lowest point in almost a decade.
"Shut up and stay still," the woman in black fatigues and a black headscarf snapped over her shoulder at the armed men behind her as she sat down for an interview.
It's the sting that snared one of the world's highest paid international footballer managers, accused unnamed coaches operating in England's Premier League of being open to bribes and filmed an agent bragging about how he takes advantage of greed within the game.
Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde has unveiled his Smog Free Tower, a seven-meter (23 feet) tall structure that purifies 30,000 cubic meters of air per hour.
Ten years ago in the United Arab Emirates, a new settlement was started from scratch, with the aim of becoming "the world's most sustainable city."
F1 fans are always keen for fiery competition on the track but perhaps not in the literal sense.
I have been adamantly opposed to Donald Trump's candidacy from the first time he glided down the escalator at Trump Tower and descended into the pits of the worst parts of rhetoric against humankind by calling Mexican immigrants drug dealers and rapists. It is because of that moment -- and so many thereafter -- that I never believed this reality star had a legitimate chance or frankly that he was serious about running for president.
Like a football team that must shake off defeat in order to prepare for the next game, Donald Trump has a short time to get over his drubbing in the first presidential debate and get ready for the next. He has, instead, been whining like a kitchen blender about the moderator, the microphone and his opponent while continuing to draw attention to the worst parts of his performance.
"If you think thousands of Yazidis stuck on a mountain is terrible, wait until Aleppo falls." Those words came from an Obama administration official focused on Syria policy. Back in 2014.
Donald Trump wants people to give him credit for not paying taxes, but it's a huge negative for him with swing voters who might otherwise back his populist agenda, writes Julian Zelizer
As Lauren Chopek painfully details her story, she does so with the reticence of a survivor, as if somehow remaining silent would have been better.
A group of undercover officers in Winnipeg, Canada, is leading a new way to fight human trafficking -- firmly focused on helping victims.
"When I woke up I didn't know that I was in China."
Across the U.S., there is a movement to prioritize human trafficking prevention in our nation's communities. Schools, youth service programs, juvenile corrections services, group homes, and other youth-oriented spaces have begun to recognize their great potential to empower youth to stay safe from exploitation.