|Police say a customer wrestled the rifle away from the gunman after he fatally shot four people|
A customer is being hailed as a hero after he charged a gunman who had opened fire early Sunday at a Waffle House in the Nashville area, killing four and injuring others.
|Nearly naked gunman kills four at Nashville-area Waffle House|
Three people were killed and four were wounded in a shooting at a Waffle House in the Nashville area, Metro Nashville Police tweeted. Police say the gunman, who was nude, opened fire at about 3:25 a.m. (4:25 a.m. ET). A patron wrestled away the gunman's rifle, police said.
|Police: Man rushed gunman, grabbed gun|
Police are looking for 29-year-old Travis Reinking in connection to the Waffle House shooting in Tennessee that left multiple people dead and several injured.
|Waffle House shooting leaves multiple dead|
Police say a gunman wearing just a green jacket is still on the loose in Antioch, Tennessee, after shooting several people at a Waffle House and leaving multiple dead.
|Kellyanne Conway to Dana Bash: OK, you went there|
CNN's Dana Bash and counselor to President Donald Trump Kellyanne Conway discuss President Donald Trump's tweets, and spar over Conway's husband's tweets that criticized the President.
|Conway says asking about her husband's anti-Trump tweets is a 'double standard'|
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that it was inappropriate and a "double standard" to be asked about her husband's tweets, which have been critical of her boss, President Donald Trump.
|Conway: Here's why Trump defends Cohen|
White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that President Donald Trump believes his personal lawyer Michael Cohen is being treated "unfairly" by federal authorities, making the remarks in an attempt to defend Trump's latest tweets on the matter.
|Melania Trump plans state dinner on her own|
It is three days before the most important dinner party she has ever hosted, but Melania Trump is not at the White House, triple-checking details. Instead, she's in Houston, Texas, to pay her respects to one of her predecessors, Barbara Bush.
|Biographer: Trump has lied since youth|
In an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Trump biographer Michael D'Antonio claims President Trump has been lying since he was a child, saying "he was named the ladies man at a school that had no women at it ... he has been doing this forever."
|Romney comes in second at Utah convention|
Mitt Romney did not win the Utah Republican Party's nomination on Saturday, meaning he must compete in a June primary election as he seeks to replace retiring US Sen. Orrin Hatch.
|Zelizer: Romney's woes are no fun for mainstream GOP in Trump era|
Mitt Romney had a tough day in Utah. The former Massachusetts Governor and Republican presidential nominee lost in the nominating caucuses to state representative Mike Kennedy at the Utah GOP Convention.
|Stelter: One Trump lie is crystal clear|
CNN's Brian Stelter says President Donald Trump is wrong for attacking New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman in tweets defending Michael Cohen.
|Man fatally stabbed while holding daughter on his lap|
Anthony Mele was dining at a steakhouse in Southern California with his daughter on his lap when a homeless man walked up to him Wednesday and stabbed him in the neck.
|New details emerge on DJ Avicii's death|
Authorities are ruling out "criminal suspicion" in the death of superstar DJ Avicii, who died last week while vacationing in Oman.
|What the deficit means for you|
The recent Republican tax cuts and the bipartisan agreement to raise federal spending have done a number on already high budget deficits. CNN's Victor Blackwell explains how the outlook could be even worse than previously thought.
|Suicide bomber hits Afghan voter center|
A suicide blast killed 48 people -- including five children -- and wounded over 100 more on Sunday at a voter registration center in Kabul, according to Afghan officials.
|Verne Troyer dies at 49|
Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me in two of the Austin Powers comedy films, has died at the age of 49, according to statements posted to his social media accounts.
|Actress charged with sex trafficking|
Actress Allison Mack, best known for her role as Clark Kent's clever confidant Chloe on CW's "Smallville," was indicted on Friday on charges of sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy and forced labor conspiracy, according to a statement released by the Justice Department.
|Former CNN anchor dead at 88|
Former CNN anchor Reid Collins passed away in his sleep in Virginia at 88 years old.
|Syracuse University expels fraternity|
Syracuse University has permanently expelled the Theta Tau fraternity after footage emerged earlier this week of its members participating in a racist and anti-Semitic skit, Chancellor Kent Syverud said in a video statement Saturday.
|MLBer collapses with brain hemorrhage|
|5 warning signs you may be burned out at work|
|More than 1 million Americans could lose their pension benefits within 20 years|
|Ferocious slam knocks fighter out cold|
|How companies handle -- and botch -- PR crises|
|Outrage after 'morality police' confront woman|
An amateur video shows a member of the "morality police" physically confronting a woman in Iran. The video went viral, triggering a response from the Iranian government.
|Beyoncé reigns at Coachella once again|
Ring the alarm!
|Derek Jeter calls Bryant Gumbel 'mentally weak'|
|Lizard bites host on 'The Late Show'|
Late-night host Stephen Colbert agreed to get bit by a lizard after an iguana had an accident all over his desk on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert."
|Amir Khan returns with 39-second KO|
|A's pitcher throws 1st no-hitter of the season|
|Video of black men kicked out of gym goes viral|
LA Fitness has apologized to a member of one of its gyms in New Jersey after he was asked to leave and felt that he and a friend were racially profiled.
|The governor pledged to give teachers a 20% raise. They say that's not enough.|
|We may be breathing in microplastics|
Chances are you've seen the photos of dead seabirds, their stomachs filled with scraps of plastic foraged from beaches and oceans around the world.
|10 simple things you can do to show our planet some love|
|Opinion: Dear leaders: You've failed your children on climate change|
|Who's on the guest list for Harry and Meghan's wedding?|
An invitation to the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has to be one of the most coveted of the year. But so far, little has been revealed about who their 600 guests in Windsor will be.
|Colossal statue of 'forgotten' pharaoh brought to life|
When a huge statue of a pharaoh was uncovered last year in Matariya, a working-class suburb of Cairo that was once the ancient city of Heliopolis, the press eagerly greeted it as a depiction of the great Ramses II, one of ancient Egypt's most famous rulers.
|New NASA images take you 4,000 light-years away|
NASA released a new image and a virtual tour of the Lagoon Nebula, a celestial body 4,000 light-years away.
|Beyoncé and Lamar show what it means to be 'unapologetically black' |
Tonja Renée Stidhum was working at a law office one day when she found herself facing an agonizing choice.
|Getting to work could soon be a lot easier|
|Getting fired was the best thing that happened to this billionaire|
|How fruit juice got boxed out of the health craze|
|Trump's meeting with Kim will lead to an awful hangover|
If their goal is to eliminate North Korea's nuclear weapons threat, the planned talks between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are doomed before they even begin.
|2020 may be Bloomberg's best shot at presidency|
Michael Bloomberg, former mayor of New York City and billionaire founder of the media and data behemoth, Bloomberg, LP, several times has seriously contemplated running for president of the United States. In 2008 and again in 2016, Bloomberg conducted polls, hired consultants and was willing to commit up to $1 billion of his personal fortune to a presidential bid.
|Giuliani is the guy you call as a last resort|
Bringing Rudy Giuliani on to President Donald Trump's legal team all but guarantees the White House circus becomes a three-ring affair.
|A surprising victim of the opioid crisis|
|Tapes show Trump as the master of the long con |
|Your best refinance rates for April 2018|
|2 savings accounts pay 10x what your bank pays|
|Results are in: Best travel credit cards of 2018|
|Democrats file suit alleging Russia, Trump campaign, WikiLeaks conspired to interfere in 2016 campaign|
|Woman lost 2 sons in one night to opioids|
"Everything just kind of seemed like a blur that day," Becky Savage said. "Your mind is not really meant to process something that extreme."
|Diving deep on one breath could be in their DNA|
The Bajau people of Southeast Asia, known to many as "sea nomads," are renowned for their amazing diving abilities.
|Man's second face transplant is a world first|
A man in Paris has become the world's first to successfully receive two facial transplants.
|Why does smoking pot give you the munchies?|
If you smoke or eat pot, you might have encountered the "marijuana munchies," or the desire for salty, sweet or fatty carbohydrate-rich foods when using the drug.
|Superbugs found in study of New York house mice|
House mice don't carry door keys, but they can freely enter any residence in New York City, from low-rent studios to penthouse suites.
|Amy Schumer takes on self-esteem issues |
Amy Schumer exhibits a gentler, vulnerable side in "I Feel Pretty," a movie whose underlying messages about body image and self-esteem -- a source of pre-release controversy -- at times exist somewhat uncomfortably with the obligation to allow its star to play up the silliness. The net result is a mildly likable movie that, in comedy terms, won't win any pageants.
|'Westworld' remains easy to admire, harder to like |
"Westworld" remains a hugely ambitious series, painted on a sweeping, star-studded canvas that continues to expand in the second season. Yet the first half of that run repeats the show's more impenetrable drawbacks -- playing three-dimensional chess, while spending too much time sadistically blowing away pawns. The result is a show that's easier to admire than consistently like.
|4/20: Some celebs to roll with |
Stars light up the night. And sometimes they just light up.
|Ariana Grande releases new single |
Ariana Grande is back.
|A slew of hurricanes couldn't knock out these national park treasures|
|Modern party scene: Budapest's baths|
|Stand-up airplane seat design revealed|
Fed up with limited leg room onboard airline cabins?
|Japan's deep corridor of snow|
One of the world's wildest mountain drives, Japan's Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route has reopened to tourists for another season.
|Is this the hottest place in France right now?|
|Is doing the dishes an aphrodisiac?|
It's Friday night, you've just enjoyed a nice meal at home with your significant other, and they're giving you signs that they want to move things to the bedroom -- but one glance at the kitchen sink dampens any desire you might have felt. It's stacked full of dirty dishes. One of you will be stuck cleaning them sooner or later on.
|Amanpour: Women, don't shut up about intimacy|
When we started filming the CNN Original Series "Sex & Love Around The World," I was both curious and nervous about what we might find.
|5 rules for an improved marriage|
"Go home early."