Watch this incredible video of a baby's stroller rolling onto train tracks with the 14-month old baby inside! Surveillance footage caught the frightening moment. The baby's mother jumps into action to get her baby off the tracks with the help of a few Good Samaritans.
CNN's Jim Clancy reports on ever-increasing hostile rhetoric from North Korea threatening military strikes.
Fmr. FBI Asst. Dir. Tom Fuentes weighs in on the latest in the investigation into the death of a Texas D.A. and his wife.
This week is an especially important time of the year for many Catholics in preparation for Easter. Newly-elected Pope Francis will commence the papal calendar of events during the holy week ahead of Easter when he conducts a mass and performs a tradition that dates back to the time of Jesus later today.
But even with this ritual he's choosing his own path. Instead of conducting it on retired priests in a papal basilica, he will be washing the feet of prisoners at a youth detention center. CNN's Ben Wedeman explains the significance of this mass and where he chose to have it.
CNN's Susan Candiotti reports from Dayton, OH on the latest wintry storm to slam the area.
Pope Francis surprises onlookers when he comes down from his open-air vehicle to greet onlookers in St. Peter's Square before his inaugural mass.
Live in the Vatican this morning, the Full College of Cardinals has an audience with Pope Francis. The newly appointed pontiff meets with all of the cardinals who elected him and those over the age of 80 who did not partake in conclave. Senior European Correspondent Jim Bittermann is following the papal developments from Rome.
Saber rattling rose to new levels Monday on the Korean Peninsula as Pyongyang officials "scrapped" the armistice credited for nearly 60 years of uneasy peace and then failed to answer a hotline phone.
"The Korean Armistice Agreement is to be scrapped completely just from today," said a spokesman for the North Korean military - the Korean People's Army Supreme Command - according to Rodong Sinmun, the official newspaper of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party.
North Korea cited the U.N. Security Council's unanimous passage Thursday of tougher sanctions against Pyongyang for carrying out missile and nuclear tests.
This morning on "Early Start," CNN's Anna Coren reports from outside the Korean demilitarized zone on the escalating tensions.
Martha Stewart defended her company against a lawsuit from Macy's yesterday. Christine Romans has details from the courtroom.
A storm that set snowfall records in Chicago arrived in Washington, D.C. early Wednesday. It filled the sky with flakes, but with temperatures well above freezing, little of the white should accumulate for long.
Just west of the nation's capital, it could dump up to 20 inches of snow but may turn into a mix of rain and snow as it nears the Atlantic Ocean, the National Weather Service said.
The federal government has closed offices for Wednesday. Emergency personnel will be expected to work as well as those equipped to work from home. D.C. schools will also be closed.
On "Early Start," this morning, CNN's Joe Johns reports from Virginia with the latest on the storm as it moves east.
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