Ultrasound 'may stop kidney injury' :: Ultrasound treatments could be used to prevent a common kidney complication than can arise after surgery, researchers suggest.
Germany to Bieber: Pay monkey costs :: German authorities have asked pop star Justin Bieber to hand over nearly $8,000 for the costs of caring for the capuchin monkey he left behind in Munich after bringing it on tour without the right paperwork.
Inside Cairo's tent, heart of defiance :: A make shift town has become a symbol of defiance for former President Mohammed Morsy's supporters.
Snowden :: National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden's application for political asylum has been approved, and he has left a Moscow airport, Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena told CNN on Thursday.
Is Huma Abedin blaming herself? :: Huma, please say it isn't so.
China reckons with heat :: Record-breaking temperatures have been searing large swaths of China, resulting in dozens of heat-related deaths and prompting authorities to issue a national alert.
20 biggest travel mistakes :: The CNN Travel staff has put in some hard miles.
Thieving bear steals dumpsters :: A bear in Colorado wants more than just the contents of the dumpster. It wants the whole dumpster.
North Korea's peace message? :: North Korea says the ball is now in the U.S. court after offering to resume the search for MIA Americans.
Bank of England sold off Nazi gold :: The Bank of England knowingly helped to sell looted Nazi gold from occupied Czechoslovakia months before the outbreak of World War II, according to experts.
China's web giants fight online rumors :: Six major Chinese websites have launched a joint site dedicated to eradicating online rumors, as part of Beijing's efforts to clean up false information on the country's wildly popular microblogs, state media reports.
Is this the end for 'Il Cavaliere'? :: After 25 years and nearly 30 trials, Italy's disgraced former PM has been handed a jail sentence. Can Silvio Berlusconi bounce back again?
Veteran: Time for U.S., N. Korea to talk :: An American veteran who traveled to North Korea to look for an old friend has a message for the U.S.
7 uncharted falls found in Canada :: Explorer Adam Shoalts makes big finds on northeastern Canada's remote Again River.
Would you trust a robot surgeon? :: Every day, we happily entrust more of our lives to automated machines at home and in our cities. But you could be forgiven for blanching at the prospect of a four-armed robot bearing over you, scalpel glinting.
Snowden is an 'unwanted guest' :: Daniel Treisman says Vladimir Putin likes to use anti-American rhetoric when convenient but isn't seeking a wider break with the U.S.
New York Cosmos: Soccer stars reborn :: Once upon a time there was a galaxy of stars which burned bright in the "Big Apple", a trio of world champions who played football from another planet and sparked a U.S. love affair with the beautiful game.
Russia Olympics: 'gayest ever'? :: You don't have to be gay or even Russian to feel the wrath of the Russian government's homophobia. You could go to jail if you are "pro-gay," whatever that means. And that's under just one of a growing number of hate-infused bills becoming law at a time when, as it happens, Russia is preparing to host the world in the next Winter Olympics.
Skating with Gandhi - and Tutu too :: Meet the South African longboard maker decorating his boards with Mandela, Gandhi and Tutu.
More sagas in soccer transfer frenzy :: The sun is shining, barbecues are out, beaches are packed and the commute to work is slightly less crowded than normal. It can mean only one thing: football's summer transfer window is upon us. Most managers hate it, fans are powerless to resist hourly updates on it; sports journalists worldwide are consumed by it. With a further month of fevered speculation, rumor, counter-rumor and downright subterfuge to come before it closes, CNN tries to work out what it all means.
Snowden: What's in it for Russia? :: A former British ambassador to Moscow speculates on why Putin is helping Edward Snowden.
How to fight back against the trolls :: CNN's Kristie Lu Stout hears from an expert on what to do if you become the target of online abuse.
Ohio kidnap hell :: No one heard their screams, but the terror of Ariel Castro's victims finally came to light in court.
Embassy fear :: Al Qaeda is linked to a terror threat that prompts the U.S. to close embassies in key Middle East nations, including Egypt and Israel.
Taking on trolls :: CNN's Kristie Lu Stout hears from an expert on what to do if you become the target of online abuse.
UK smartphone users wary of 4G :: Almost two thirds of UK citizens with smartphones have no plans to upgrade to next generation mobile services, according to Ofcom
Crossing borders ::
University admissions 'out of date' :: The university entrance system should be switched so students apply after they have their A-level results, says Keele University's vice-chancellor.
Cameroon medical mercy mission :: For years, Georges Bwelle watched his father decline in hospitals that couldn't cope. But now he brings aid to others.
Gay laws protest hits Russian vodka :: Bars in London are joining a global protest against new anti-gay laws on Russia. CNN's Erin McLaughlin reports.