Huge whales meet surfers :: Australian surfers are treated to an amazing display by visiting whales at Bondi Beach.
Raising the Costa Concordia :: The 114 thousand ton cruise ship has been in the water since it hit a rock off the coast of Italy last year, claiming 32.
Prince William talks fatherhood :: Prince William gives his first official interview to CNN's Max Foster since his wife gave birth.
5 foods you should never eat :: CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reveals the five foods that Men's Health contributing editor David Jack says you should never eat.
Huge hovercraft lands on beach :: Sunbathers and sandcastle builders are surprised when a military hovercraft lands at a holiday resort in Russia.
Saudi king helps obese man :: King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia ordered an obese man transferred to Riyadh to receive help for his health.
In Pictures: Batman through the ages :: Actors who've played the big screen role
VIDEO: House of Commons :: The home secretary urges MPs to support an opt out of all EU police and justice measures.
Bo Xilai: Show trial or serious test? :: Chinese authorities have ended the waiting game over when political pariah Bo Xilai will face court over corruption charges.
Hyperloop vs. world's fastest trains :: Just how fast would the Hyperloop transportation system envisioned by entrepreneur Elon Musk have to be? Try more than twice as fast as the fastest commercial train in the world.
'Space stations' to transform Riyadh :: Can car-loving Saudis be convinced to step out of their air-conditioned comfort and take public transport?
25 great skyscrapers :: China may have just topped out on its new tallest building -- the 632-meter Shanghai Tower -- but if plans underway in Changsha come to fruition, that building will hold the title until only April 2014 when the country's 838-meter Sky City is completed.
Emirates aims for high flyers :: For those that love the luxury of first class air travel but loathe the imposition of having to share it with others, Emirates thinks it has the aircraft for you.
Google Street View inside A380 :: Not content with climbing Mount Fuji or scaling the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the Google Street View team has once again stretched the limits of their brief, this time with a full tour inside an Emirates Airbus A380.
In pictures: Somaliland goes crazy for books :: Celebrating literature and the arts in Somaliland
Is Roger Federer 'vulnerable'? :: He's the greatest player in the modern tennis era, but is Roger Federer's stellar career fading?
Bo: Ex-police chief 'a liar' :: Calling his former deputy a "liar with extremely bad character," fallen high-flying politician Bo Xilai on Sunday rebutted the testimony of the prosecution's star witness as his increasingly dramatic trial stretched into a fourth day.
Yank royalty: 7 great American castles :: American royalty doesn't have beheading power, but its dedication to extravagance would make Henry VII hurl a turkey leg in envy.
Five ways to travel the world for free :: You don't have to be a wealthy superyacht owner to sail into the sunset. From 20 year old backpackers to 80 year old retirees, an increasing number of people are volunteering on boats for a remarkable chance to travel the world -- all without spending a dollar.
Top five craziest horse festivals :: As the dust settles on Italy's iconic medieval Palio di Siena horse race, CNN takes a look at five weird and wonderful equine festivals from across the world.
Day in pictures: 26 August 2013 :: Twenty-four hours of news: 26 August
Tech to save your life in an apocalypse :: Designers look at new ways to prepare people for a flood, quake, tsunami or tornado.
Video games: Guilty as charged? :: The killing by an 8-year-old boy of his grandmother rekindles the debate about gaming violence.
Did race cliches drive murder stories? :: Murder coverage of an Australian student shows stereotypes at play, Eric Deggans says.
Palestinians killed in W Bank clash :: Three Palestinians have been shot dead in clashes with Israeli forces in Qalandiya refugee camp in the West Bank, Palestinian sources say.
In pictures: Day two of Carnival :: Day two of Notting Hill Carnival
How arts in Britain are changing :: The year is 1969 and Britain is at the peak of its counter-culture revolution -- a time of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll. The Beatles are putting together their final album while a relatively unknown musician, David Bowie is making waves with his track "Space Oddity."
Why long work hours backfire :: Andre Spicer says there is a huge amount of research that shows long working hours are bad for people.
Girl catches big catfish by hand :: Girls in Texas go "noodling" for big catfish using their bare hands. WFAA reports.
Why your phone is next target :: Pumping phones with data makes them an attractive target for hackers, writes Parmy Olson.