In pictures: Fidel and Che lots sold :: Korda's photographs of Castro and Guevara
In pictures: Aesthetica Art Prize :: Damien O'Mara wins Aesthetica's art prize
Hong Kong's mounting food waste :: Nestled among the granite peaks of eastern Hong Kong a new, man-made mountain is emerging.
In pictures: India's Kumbh Mela festival ends :: India's 55-day-long festival closes
In pictures: Let sleeping dogs lie :: Photographer Alison Baskerville visits Crufts
Macau's motorcycles go electric :: A Macau company's love for motorcycles is helping the planet at the same time. CNN's Andrew Stevens reports.
Environmentalists fill U.S. National Mall :: Marching, dancing and poster-waving environmentalists chanting "Hey, Obama. We don't want no climate drama," packed several blocks on and around Washington's National Mall on Sunday, hoping to spur President Barack Obama to take strong measures against climate change.
Philippines taps geothermal potential :: Eco Solutions looks at how the Philippines is tapping into its geothermal potential.
2013: A 'game-changer' on climate? :: As leaders gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, signs of economic hope are upon us. The global economy is on the mend. Worldwide, the middle class is expanding by an estimated 100 million per year. And the quality of life for millions in Asia and Africa is growing at an unprecedented pace.
Why HK craves organic food :: CNN's Patricia Wu looks at Hong Kong's craving for quality organic food.
World's biggest mall a 'ghost town' :: They built it, but the shoppers didn't come.
From CEO to wildlife photographer :: What started as a hobby is now a mission for photographer Brian Hampton, CEO-turned-wildlife photographer.
Harbin artists keep traditions alive :: Alan Wang, owner of Boxtown.net, takes us to Beifang Art Exhibition Center, where local artists maintain old traditions.
The ancient business of feng shui :: In 2008, as the financial crisis reverberated around the globe, Allan Chau worried how his business manufacturing parts for the auto industry would weather the downturn.
'Ping-pong diplomacy' player dies :: Chinese table tennis player Zhuang Zedong, a key figure in what became known as the "ping pong diplomacy" that helped thaw frosty Cold War relations between the United States and China, has died aged 73, state-run news agency Xinhua reported.
Tibetan self-immolates in Nepal :: A Tibetan man set himself on fire in front of a famous Buddhist shrine in the Nepalese capital on Wednesday, police said, becoming the latest Tibetan to adopt this harrowing form of protest over Chinese rule.
Sri Lanka's mass elephant migration :: Poachers have decimated elephant populations across Africa and parts of Asia, killing thousands of animals for their revered ivory.
China's NY resolution: Austerity :: Hold the shark's fin soup. Cancel the elaborate pre-Chinese New Year parties.
Report: Chinese military hacking :: The Chinese government is sponsoring cyber-espionage to attack top U.S. companies, according to Grady Summers, vice president of security firm Mandiant.
Go inside a sinkhole :: Ever wonder what a sinkhole looks like on the inside? CNN's David Mattingly dives in for a peek in Florida.
'Batman' helps UK police :: A costumed crusader brought in a man wanted for burglary.
Rodman: Kim Jong Un is 'my friend' :: Ato Boldon, Politico's Ben Smith and Reihan Salam discuss criticism over Dennis Rodman's trip to North Korea.
Marcel Desailly's Ghana regret :: French World Cup winning defender Marcel Desailly tells CNN that he would have loved to play for Ghana at least once.
The man behind 'Lara Croft' :: Ian Livingstone is a legend in the fantasy games world. In 1995, he stumbled upon "Lara Croft" and the rest is history.
Tracking a 2,000 lb. great white shark :: Here's a view from aboard a fishing boat of what it's like to nab and tag a great white shark for research purposes.
Fusion 'the perfect energy source' :: Until recently, fears of peak oil and dependence on Middle Eastern suppliers were the key factors shaping our energy policy, pushing governments to scramble for fossil fuel alternatives. Then came shale gas, tar sands, and other unconventional sources. Industry found ways to affordably extract fuel for decades to come. So many are now imagining an end to the energy crisis. That's a dangerous mistake.
In pictures: Cardinals' conclave :: Cardinals at the Vatican pray for divine guidance
White smoke: Little stove that could :: Pope Benedict XIV may have been on Twitter, but even in the digital age, news of his successor will come via a smoke signal. CNN explores the tradition.
Food fraud -- what are you eating? :: DNA testing of food can be fast, cheap and easy. Scientists in Canada say it can help prevent food fraud
Where the world's richest live :: New York and London remain the world's wealthiest spots -- but Asia and Latin America are catching up, a new report shows. The bright lights of New York and London will lure the world's wealthy until at least 2023.