Supertrees rise up in Singapore :: Singapore's latest development will finally blossom later this month, with an imposing canopy of artificial trees up to 50 meters high towering over a vast urban oasis.
How often do plane stowaways fall from the sky? :: Police are investigating whether a man found dead on a west London street was a stowaway who fell from a plane. Just how often does this happen?
Work stress 'raises heart risk' :: Having a highly demanding job, but little control over it, could be a deadly combination, say researchers who looked at 13 European studies.
China's thirst for workplace novels :: In 2009, Lu Qi, an author of martial arts novels, published his first book on a slightly different type of combat sport: office politics in China.
Wii U coming in November :: Nintendo announced a November release date for its next-generation Wii U on Thursday while looking to shore up two key constituencies -- those still puzzling over the console's "second screen" controller and hardcore gamers who still view the Wii as geared toward families and kids.
World's first color film revealed :: The world's oldest color film is finally seen for the first time in more than a century.
Model to help winter forecasting :: UK weather forecasters can predict extreme winter weather a season ahead with more confidence, according to analysis of a new computer model.
Celebrating first man on moon's life :: Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, was honored Thursday at Washington National Cathedral in a memorial rife with mentions of heaven and earth.
Who are victims of Libya attack? :: Details began to emerge Thursday about some of the three Americans who died in the U.S. consulate in Benghazi with Ambassador Chris Stevens, among them an avid gamer with an extensive online following and a former Navy SEAL who opposed religious fundamentalism in the military.
U.S.'s 'energy- negative' house :: A federally funded experimental house attempts to lower energy costs. CNN's Sandra Endo reports.
Royal tour doesn't come cheap :: Royal tours don't come cheap, especially when they involve traveling to the other side of the world.
Day in pictures: 14 September 2012 :: 24 hours of news photos: 14 September
Why snail porridge consumes me :: The molecular gastronomist has turned his kitchen into an experimental lab and gained a reputation as one of the world's top chefs, with a three Michelin star restaurant, The Fat Duck, to his name. Of the obsession driving his success, he says: It's a "selfish pursuit" that requires you to "sacrifice everything."
Top universities still have space :: A quarter of universities in England's Russell Group still have vacancies, as the new tuition fees regime comes in.
Analysis: So you want to be a PCC :: What will the new police and crime commissioners actually do?
Legendary Camelot eyes Triple Crown :: Camelot is real. The name synonymous with King Arthur's mythical kingdom of round tables, opulence and heroism has arrived.
Week in pictures: 8-14 September 2012 :: News photos from the past week
Europe hits old net address limit :: Strict rationing of internet addresses begins as Europe hits the buffers on its store of old-style addresses.
Twitter surrenders Occupy tweets :: Legal pressure and the threat of fines forces Twitter to hand over messages sent by an Occupy Wall Street protester.
Lady Gaga: 'I want to smell like a slut' :: Lady Gaga met with me this week about the launch of her new fragrance, Fame, but as is often the case with this pop mega-star, it is hard to determine what is marketing, what is performance and what is her reality.
New York: Perfect for power lunch :: If a way to a man's heart is through his stomach, then what's true in love is true in business too. At least, it is in New York City.
And prizes for all :: If you didn't write Harry Potter, how can you boost your sales?
Anti-Islamic filmmaker in hiding :: The man believed to be behind an anti-Islamic film sparking outrage in the Middle East has disappeared, as protests against the movie spread.
'Queen of Pacific' denies charges :: The woman dubbed "Queen of the Pacific" for the alleged smuggling of cocaine from Latin America to the US pleads not guilty in a US court.
In pictures: Anti-Islam film protests :: Violent protests continue over film made in US
Portuguese flee crisis to old colony :: The eurozone crisis has forced many Portuguese to migrate to the former colony of Mozambique in search of jobs and economic prosperity.
A 'sound' idea to reduce poverty :: It's a new idea which could resonate with communities across the developing world -- a biomass stove which also generates electricity using sound waves.
Westerwelle: Crisis is in confidence :: The real crisis confronting the eurozone is regaining market confidence, not the euro, German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle said Friday.
'Himalayan Viagra' taking its toll :: Ram Bahadur Jafra and his brothers crouch on a field, picking through blades of grass. They have traveled five days by foot to a meadow deep inside Nepal's Dolpa district. They came, as tens of thousands do each year, to harvest a highly valuable commodity: the Himalayan caterpillar fungus.
Young Greeks struggle to find jobs :: Georgia Pandermi is looking for her first job without luck. She's not alone. The latest Greek employment data shows that more than half of people under 25 are out of work.