A group of college students from across the country traded in time-off during Spring Break to give back to others.
The twenty-two students will work side-by-side an El Paso family to help build their new home in Horizon City.
By By Marie-Louise Gumuchian, Kellie Morgan and Matthew Chance
SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine (CNN) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin defended the breakaway moves by the pro-Russian leaders of Crimea in conversations with two world leaders on Sunday, while the autonomous Ukrainian region was the scene of emotional demonstrations by both sides.
EL PASO — If early voting is any indicator, having to furnish a photo ID before casting a ballot shouldn’t be a problem for the vast majority of Texans heading to the polls on Tuesday, according to elections officials.
(CNN) -- In a move that is generating even more 2016 presidential buzz, the chairman of Iowa's Republican Party is leaving his position to work for Rand PAC, a group that supports Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 may have changed course and turned back toward Kuala Lumpur -- but there were no indications from the pilot that he was doing so, officials said at a news conference Sunday.