Google announced its new Chromebook laptop will be available starting June 15. It boots in seconds, it doesn't require anti-virus software, and users can even rent one for a monthly fee. But the reason the Chromebook is getting so much buzz is that it operates off a cloud computing system, meaning all your files and information would be stored in cyberspace, instead of a hard drive. Tech wiz Katie Linendoll breaks down the specs on the Chromebook, and gives us her pick for app of the week.
In Swainsboro, Georgia, a prom for all grades at the high school had a special attraction. Students had to don dresses and tuxes made of duct tape! They're all now competing in the Duck Brand Duct Tape's Stuck at Prom contest . Some of Swainsboro's finest joined CNN's Don Lemon for a duct tape fashion show.
By now 18-year-old Bernabe Rangel should be in Mexico with his grandparents. The soccer star from Southeast Whitfield High School in Georgia decided to leave on his own after ICE learned of his illegal status in March last year. Rangel, his coach Jamison Griffin, and Rangel's attorney Brad Davis, explained why they thought this was the better way to CNN's Don Lemon.
Conservative pundits rushed to condemn the White House for inviting "controversial" rapper Common to perform at a poetry reading on Wednesday night. Until this week, however, few people would have used the word "controversial" in the same sentence with Common's name. CNN's Don Lemon brought in an expert panel to talk about the uproar.
An inventor's hopes to sell his creation leads to the public release of new images of Michael Jackson – at 19 before he went under the knife. See the photos.
Hank Aaron sits down with T.J. Holmes to talk all things baseball. He opens up about what he thinks of Barry Bonds, the state of baseball and African-American players today and what his life was really like during his quest to break Babe Ruth's homerun record.
Much, much more of the interview starting 6am Saturday. Make sure to tune it!
Today was the final day of this week's report on the Fast Company magazine article the "United States of Innovation" - one idea, from every state that is helping build the cities of America's future.
From Alabama to Wyoming, we've looked at 51 innovative ideas.
Click here for the full Fast Company article.
Human rights groups in Syria say a city-by-city crackdown on anti-government protesters is spreading, with troops rounding up
They say more than 770 people have been killed since the uprising began in March.
Foreign reporters are banned from the country.
But the associate editor of The Times of London, Martin Fletcher, recently managed to get in on a tourist visa.
CNN's Randi Kaye spoke with him earlier today.