CNN is learning more about NSA leaker Edward Snowden's life before the leak, when he lived an unassuming life in Hawaii, sharing a home with his girlfriend.
Miguel Marquez is tracing the timeline, leading up to Snowden's sudden departure to Hong Kong.
Calling it "the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone," Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday unveiled an operating system for iPhones and iPads that will radically overhaul how users' touchscreens look.
The new system, iOS 7, was part of a two-hour presentation that included refreshed MacBook Airs, the announcement of an iTunes Radio streaming-music service and a sneak peek at a new Mac Pro that will be the most powerful computer Apple has ever made.
A world-renowned cancer specialist is accused of poisoning the coffee of her lover and fellow doctor with a chemical found in anti-freeze.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is following this bizarre live in Houston.
For the first time, George Zimmerman is coming face to face with the people who could decide his fate. The complicated task of selecting a jury is underway in the trial for the neighborhood watch volunteer facing murder charges in the death of Trayvon Martin.
CNN's George Howell is covering the trial.
For a time, it had the makings of a mountain mystery. Three deaths - first an elderly couple then, weeks later, an 11-year-old boy - in the same hotel room with the same immediate response from authorities: cause of death undetermined.
When the third death - that of a South Carolina youth visiting Boone with his mother - made news over the weekend in a Charlotte Observer story ("Mystery surrounds Boone motel deaths,") it brought on reader comments punctuated with words such as "terrifying," "bizarre," "really weird," "incredibly creepy."
READ MORE: 'Mystery' of 3 deaths in same hotel room traced: Carbon monoxide
The White House said Monday it welcomes a debate over the electronic surveillance programs exposed by a National Security Agency contractor, even as federal agents began building a case against the self-proclaimed leaker.
Edward Snowden told the British newspaper the Guardian that he left behind his family and a six-figure job in Hawaii to reveal the extent of the NSA's collection of telephone and Internet data, which he called "an existential threat to democracy." The 29-year-old worked for computer consultant Booz Allen Hamilton, a contractor for the U.S. electronic intelligence agency.
Snowden said he expects to be prosecuted for the leak, and a federal law enforcement official said Monday that FBI agents have begun an investigation by searching the 29-year-old's home and computers and seeking interviews with his girlfriend, relatives, friends and co-workers.
READ MORE: Feds start building case against NSA leaker
Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Christine Romans about the present complications facing the prosecution in George Zimmerman's trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin. Cevallos says this 'will be a very tough case for the prosecution,' despite all the media attention this case has received.
Jury selection in the case will begin on Monday.
Retired FBI Agent Coleen Rowley is on 'Starting Point' talking with John Berman and Christine Romans about the similarities and difference between her case, and the case of Edward Snowden leaking government surveillance information from the NSA.
Apple's annual Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco today.
Dan Simon tells you what to expect.
EX-CIA employee Edward Snowden came forward as the man behind the NSA leaks over the weekend and is currently in hiding in Hong Kong.
CNN Sr. Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin weighs in on Snowden's crime. He says it's clear Snowden broke the law and is in "enormous trouble." "He will certainly be investigated for it," Toobin says.