'Baby' Ye makes Tour history :: China's young golfers mixed the rough with the smooth on an historic day at the China Open on Thursday.
Poet's work inspired by Skye views :: A poet's word maps on Isle of Skye
Would you buy a Huawei smartphone? :: Who is the world's third biggest smartphone maker? BlackBerry? HTC? Nope. It's China's Huawei.
US orders removal of 3D-gun designs :: The US government has demanded that designs for a 3D printed gun be taken offline, citing fears over arms-control laws
'Guccifer' hacks Sex and City author :: The first few chapters of a new book by author Candace Bushnell were leaked on her own Twitter feed by "Guccifer" hacker
In pictures: Epecuen resurfaces :: Argentine emerges from 25 years under water
Day in pictures: 10 May 2013 :: Twenty-four hours of news photos: 10 May
Pakistanis cast their vote ::
Week in pictures: 4-10 May 2013 :: News photos from around the world
Leaving Gormenghast :: John Gray draws on the novels of Mervyn Peake to argue it's a mistake to imagine that modernity marks a fundamental change in human experience.
Meet this blind boxer :: CNN's Ayesha Durgahee reports on a blind boxer in Uganda and his attempt to make history.
How did woman survive this? :: A Brazilian woman escaped death by less than an inch after her husband accidentally shot her with a harpoon.
'Lost continent' underwater? :: A team of scientists say they may have discovered a "lost continent" deep in the Atlantic off the coast of Brazil.
Salaries of public college chiefs rise, median tops $400,000 :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/z08B0WFEmZU/story01.htm
'It was a party 26 years in the making' :: Ferguson send-off was a party 26 years in the making
Second case of new virus reported :: A person who shared a hospital room with a patient who has a newly discovered and sometimes deadly virus also has tested positive for the infection, the French Health Ministry said Sunday.
Prince Harry visits 'Warrior Games' :: Prince Harry continues his U.S. tour by attending the Warrior Games, a paralympic event for wounded veterans.
Poolside raid nabs British fugitive :: A British fugitive wanted for fleeing his 2009 trial on armed robbery charges was back in custody Sunday after a dramatic raid on a villa in southern Spain, British authorities announced Sunday.
At least nine shot in New Orleans Mother's Day parade :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/3vz_bElnNiY/story01.htm
Exploring the souks of Tangier :: Anthony Bourdain explores the souk in Tangier, Morocco, where he discovers the strange and the colorful.
Stabbed girl's mom pleads for privacy :: With one child dead and the second arrested in her death, a California woman pleaded for a bit of privacy on Mother's Day.
Fat fixation 'fails thin children' :: The issue of underweight schoolchildren is being missed because of an "obsession" with tackling obesity, a group of researchers has claimed.
Ferguson bows out with dramatic victory :: It was a fitting end to a remarkable era -- Alex Ferguson celebrated his final home game as manager of Manchester United with a dramatic late victory against Swansea on Sunday.
Missing persons could be next door :: Miracles do happen. Like this week, when Amanda Berry, Georgina DeJesus and Michelle Knight escaped their captor after being missing for a decade.
Family of killed Bounty deckhand to sue :: The fight to point blame in the deadly last voyage of the HMS Bounty is headed for federal court.
Ohio rescuer: I'm no hero :: Internet sensation Charles Ramsey explains why he doesn't think he's a hero after helping rescue three women in Ohio.
Castro's daughter: 'So, so sorry' :: In the spring of 2005, Arlene Castro appeared on an "America's Most Wanted" segment pleading for help in finding her best friend, Georgina "Gina" DeJesus, who'd mysteriously gone missing along a busy Cleveland avenue one year earlier.
ABBA: Bjorn on band, Bieber :: CNN's Richard Quest talks to Bjorn Ulvaeus about life after ABBA and the Swedish pop group's new museum.
Start-up loans age cap 'should go' :: An age cap on accessing loans to set up a company should be removed, says the PM's enterprise adviser Lord Young, in a report into business growth.
Is Gitmo threat overblown? :: The detainee hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay is entering its third month. Official reports say 100 of the detainees remaining at the detention camp are refusing food; lawyers for the detainees say the number is closer to 130.