Kids in the kitchen :: Packed lunches for schoolchildren are being scrutinised, but perhaps the best way to get them to eat well is to inspire them to learn to cook.
5 childbirth questions we never ask :: The evolutionary background of human reproduction can shed much-needed light on some of life's most intimate mysteries.
Rockin' priests lift spirits in Brazil :: As Pope Francis flies to Brazil, one priest is trying to lure followers into the fold by novel means.
In pictures: China quakes aftermath :: Rescue efforts in China's Gansu province
Can legalizing horns save rhino? :: South Africa wants to sell some of its $1 billion of stockpiled rhino horns. But will it end poaching, or just encourage the slaughter?
In pictures: Lovebox 2013 :: Kelis and Azealia Banks perform at festival
Emotional end to 100th Tour :: 2013 Tour de France winner Chris Froome talks to CNN about his win and facing questions about banned substances.
Running the Tour route :: A woman is running the Tour de France course for charity -- an 11-week feat of endurance with no known precedent.
Mickelson: My 'greatest day' :: A tearful Phil Mickelson tells CNN his 22-year battle to win golf's British Open is "probably" his greatest accomplishment.
Froome: Dopers won't ruin triumph :: Tour de France victor Chris Froome tells CNN he's prepared to take on cycling's tainted past.
How building 'eats' smog :: Mexico City has a pollution problem. So why not have buildings that eat smog? CNN's Nick Parker has the story.
Mandela's life turned into film :: South African movie producer, Anant Singh, talks about Nelson Mandela's autobiography "Long Walk to Freedom."
What you missed during baby wait :: While half of civilization busied itself trying to find out the name, weight, gender, hair color, taste in music and political disposition of the new heir to the British throne, it turns out there was a whole world of other news happening out there.
The 8 biggest problems Egypt faces :: In Cairo's Tahrir Square, there's a familiar pulse of a revolution.
VIDEO: House of Commons :: A senior MP says the Commons is "acquiescent in its subordination to government".
Taliban pens letter to Malala :: A Taliban commander sent a letter of apology to Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager whom the group tried to kill.
Drone video of Costa Concordia :: This incredible footage shows the cruise ship Costa Concordia filmed from the sky.
Mandela art exhibt on display :: U.S. museum exhibits collectables from his 1994 election win.
Man wrestles shark :: A man in Massachusetts wrestled a shark after trying to reel him in with a fishing rod for over an hour.
Demise of the desk top? :: David Goldman from CNN Money weighs in on the future of desktop computers.
Oceans: Eco-victim or savior? :: My grandfather Jacques Cousteau and my father Philippe dedicated their lives to revealing the ocean's wonders and helping us understand our connection to this vast expanse of water. Their work inspired generations and filled people with awe.
The world's vanishing glaciers :: The melting glacial ice in places like the Alps, Greenland and the Himalayas is a dramatic visual document of how our planet's climate is changing.
Island nations at risk :: Kieren Keke remembers growing up on the Pacific island of Nauru, the world's smallest independent republic.
How trees must adapt to drought :: Scientists have known for some time that climate change and the impacts of longer droughts and higher temperatures could pose a problem for forests. But many thought it would only affect a minority of trees, perhaps just those in extremely arid regions.
Ice melt speeding up, study finds :: Two decades of satellite readings back up what dramatic pictures have suggested in recent years: The mile-thick ice sheets that cover Greenland and most of Antarctica are melting at a faster rate in a warming world.
How climate impacts food supply :: Sometimes Jaria Faraj Ali is so hungry that she ties a scarf tight around her waist to make her feel more comfortable.
Cousteau meets wetland wildlife :: Philippe Cousteau explores the largest environmental restoration project ever attempted in the Florida Everglades.
Apple to probe electrocution :: U.S. electronics giant Apple is investigating reports in China that a woman died after being electrocuted while trying to make a call with her iPhone 5 while it was charging.
Asiana crash probe closes at airport :: The National Transportation Safety Board has wrapped up its on-scene work as part of its investigation of the Asiana Flight 214 crash at San Francisco airport, the agency said Monday.
Typhoon Soulik hits mainland China :: Hundreds of thousands of people were evacuated Saturday along China's southeastern coast as Typhoon Soulik struck, where the storm was expected to bring strong winds and heavy rain.