Airbus A350 takes off on debut flight :: Airbus's long-awaited A350 XWB takes off on its first flight, amid speculation it may be shown off at the Paris Airshow.
Aga Khan's $3M stable makeover :: This weekend the historic Grand Stables -- and its adjoining Museum of the Horse -- will be unveiled to the world as part of a $3.3 million makeover led by the Aga Khan IV, business magnate and spiritual leader of 20 million Ismali Muslims.
Tyler's Aerosmith anthems :: Aerosmith sinnger Steven Tyler describes how singing in church inspired his rock music.
Where are the super heroines? :: Super-MAN, Spider-MAN, Bat-MAN and Iron MAN. As CNN's Neil Curry reports, you'll need x-ray vision to find the heroines!
Travel using nothing but apps :: CNN's Ayesha Durgahee travels to Rome using apps to book her travel, hotels and record her memories.
'The man who made a nation cry' :: Rio's Maracana Stadium was packed in expectation of Brazil's first World Cup triumph. What happened left a burning scar in the nation's psyche.
Obama, Xi: 'New model' in relations :: Even after months of tensions over alleged cyberattacks, the leaders of China and the United States struck positive tones in a two-day summit that ended Saturday in the sweltering heat of the California desert as both talked of forging a "new model" for their relations going forward.
From garbage to gold in Brazil :: Meet Brazil's catadores, combing the country's dumps to turn trash into furniture, jewellery and works of art.
Who will beat financial crisis? :: The BRIC nations were the ones tagged to drag the globe out of economic despair. But, as the world struggles to recover from the credit boom and bust, they too are stumbling.
Teen mistakes bear for dog :: When a girl realized an animal in her yard was not a dog, but instead a bear, she grabbed her camera and recorded it.
'Pregnant boys' ad controversy :: The city of Chicago has displayed ads of "pregnant boys" to spark conversations on teen pregnancy.
Fatherhood: Can men have it all? :: David Michael Perez was "terrified of parenting" and swore it off for the first 30 years of his life.
On your marks, jet set, go! :: The "jet set" heads to Paris for the 50th airshow, where global aviation's A-listers shape the future of flight.
In pictures: Tanzania's traditional healers :: Healers in Tanzania's southern highlands
In pictures: India's dying telegram service :: Images from the last days of India's telegram service
Hollywood: 'Eliminate nukes' :: Michael Douglas led a dozen Hollywood A-listers in a video aimed at reminding President Barack Obama that he told the world four years ago of the need to eliminate all nuclear weapons.
Aussie army chief sends blunt word :: Faced with a sex scandal in his ranks, the chief of Australia's army tells soldiers: Treat your female comrades properly or "get out."
Buffett: Women in the workplace :: Warren Buffett, one of the world's richest men, talk about the status of women, saying, "If I had been born a female, I would have been very unhappy about the Constitution."
Is this the future of flight? :: Imagine a future in which planes run on a mixture of batteries, body heat and cow manure.
Drone's view of Turkey's riot zone :: Video showing unrest in Taksim Square on June 11th, 2013 as Police clash with protesters. (This Video has no audio)
Victorious Spain 'world's best team' :: The score looked close, but Spain's domination was all too apparent as the world champions began the Confederations Cup with a 2-1 victory over Uruguay on Sunday.
Justin Rose on first major win :: 2013 U.S. Open Champion Justin Rose sits down with Shane O'Donoghue following his first major championship.
Why Airbus will rule Paris Airshow :: On its home turf, Airbus has the most pressure to make a good showing. This year, it appears ready to answer that challenge
Day in pictures: 17 June 2013 :: Twenty-four hours of news photos: 17 June
Sexy solstice :: June 21 has a history of stirring libidos. From Sweden's Midsummer to Eastern Europe's Kupala, the longest day of the year is a celebration of love and lust.
Car bombs in diplomats' training :: Real car bombs. It's part of the State Department's training for diplomats in hot spots. CNN's Jill Dougherty reports
Do not argue with the wildlife ... :: John Berman shares lessons learned from Internet videos. One of the most important? Don't "argue with the wildlife."
Liberia weapons turned into art :: Weapons used in Liberia's bloody civil war are being turned into beautiful furniture, lamps and ornaments.
Road building revival offers rare hope for India infrastructure overhaul :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/EC3FapsEmv4/story01.htm
Hold your breath, we're landing :: Before its closure in 1998, Hong Kong's Kai Tak airport was perhaps the only airport that promised a close up view of people's washing.