Day in pictures: 14 December 2012 :: 24 hours of news photos: 14 December
Week in pictures: 8-14 December 2012 :: News photos from around the world
Rivera crash puts spotlight on safety :: Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera is just one of a long list of celebrities killed in a charter jet crash. Overall, the industry is considered safe but Sunday's tragedy has focused attention on flight safety.
Greenhouse gases reach new high :: Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere reached record highs in 2011, according to new data published by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
Study: Apes suffer midlife crisis :: CNN's Phil Han discovers that chimps experience a midlife crisis, just like humans.
Is the eurozone crisis almost over? :: Is the three-year-old eurozone sovereign debt crisis nearing its end? Dr. Nicholas Spiro of Spiro Sovereign Strategy believes it just might be.
Venezuela's Chavez: Cancer is back :: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is to return to Cuba for surgery on malignant cancer cells, he tells the nation in an emotional address from the presidential palace.
VIDEO: Newtown mourns shooting victims :: President Obama will attend a memorial service in Newtown, Connecticut, on Sunday evening - after one of the worst mass shootings in US history.
Murder, grief :: Photos: Connecticut school shooting
Teen fathers 'feel marginalised' :: Local authorities should do more to involve teenage fathers in their children's lives, a charity says.
Bomb threat adds alarm to grief at Connecticut church :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/qD6yyYyQlmg/us-usa-shooting-connecticut-church-idUSBRE8BG00A20121217
The hackers' seven deadly sins :: How cyber criminals exploit 'the seven deadly sins'
Syrian VP calls for 'historic settlement' :: Syrian warplanes bombarded a densely populated Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus Sunday amid clashes there, opposition activists said.
Pakistan airport attack suspects killed :: Five militants suspected to be behind an airport attack in Peshawar were killed Sunday morning when police raided a house where they were hiding.
Philippines typhoon deaths top 1,000 :: The grim toll from a typhoon that devastated southern Philippines earlier this month continues to climb, with 1,020 reported dead as of Sunday morning, authorities said.
Attacks across Iraq leave 10 dead :: At least 10 people died and 24 were wounded Sunday in a series of attacks across Iraq, health and police officials told CNN.
Pregnant Duchess attends public event :: The Duchess of Cambridge is set to attend her first public engagement since her pregnancy was announced this month, presenting prizes at a sports awards show Sunday evening in London.
Football: Messi hits 90, as Barca cruise :: It was billed as the battle of the heavyweights.
Who is Shinzo Abe? :: Six years ago, Shinzo Abe started the revolving door of Japanese prime ministers by resigning just one year into the job. The question now whether he is able to stop it.
Football: Juventus strengthens at top :: Juventus strenghtened its position at the top of Serie A with a 3-0 win over Atalanta.
Golf: Garcia triumphs in Malaysia :: Sergio Garcia produced an astonishing round of 11-under-par 61 to claim victory at the $2 million Johor Open in Malaysia.
Put reason back in U.S. gun debate :: Saul Cornell says in light of the tragic shooting in a Connecticut school, we need to look at the original ideals in the Second Amendment.
'No mandate' on same-sex marriage :: Almost 60 MPs and peers, including 35 Tories, sign an open letter opposing government plans to legislate same-sex marriages.
Gunman's family at loss to explain :: As with many murder-suicides, the gunman in the Newtown, Connecticut, shooting took to his grave the reasons that compelled him to kill more than two dozen people before taking his own life in the second-deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.
How to design a better world :: John Maeda says good design is often invisible but it can contribute to reshaping the way our society works
The football team sponsored by a brothel :: Greece's debt crisis is fostering some unlikely alliances, such as the madam and the undertaker who sponsor football in two neighbouring cities.
Neighbor: Shooter's mother 'invisible' :: In 2007, Josephine Strocchia moved here with her family from New York, where she had worked at the World Trade Center.
Did Operation Ore change British society? :: The inside story of UK's biggest paedophile hunt
Picture power: Living dead of the drug war :: The living dead of the drug war
VIDEO: Living with musical ear syndrome :: How a Liverpool grandmother copes with a rare syndrome which means she hears music all day and all night.