6 arrested in official's death :: The drowning of an official during interrogation prompts questions about how far Chinese investigators will go.
When Duke Ellington played Kabul :: In September 1963, jazz legend Duke Ellington played a rare concert in Kabul, Afghanistan - part of a US State Department cultural diplomacy tour.
Post-war architecture celebrated :: Post-war buildings enjoy protected status
11 things to know before visiting Spain :: It's got what many believe is the greatest club football team ever assembled -- FC Barcelona.
VIDEO: Disabled facing technology barriers :: A report from a disability charity says that people with disabilities face barriers when using common gadgets, despite huge technological advances in recent years.
Warrior yoga: Maasai strike a pose :: From Maasai warriors teaching yoga to their communities, to classes held in orphanages in city slums, Kenya is embracing yoga.
Meet 'tunnel moles' who clean Chunnel :: It's approaching midnight at the bottom of the English Channel and a team of eager "tunnel moles" stands poised for a busy night's work.
Swaziland votes in no-party election :: Voters in Swaziland are choosing a new parliament, even though political parties cannot take part and the king retains absolute power.
Doctor Ice's quest for Olympic glory :: It is akin to Sebastian Vettel designing his own Formula One car, getting in the cockpit and driving it to the world title.
Angela Merkel :: Frugal, discreet and boring -- just some of the ways Angela Merkel has been described by peers and in the global press. As Germans head to the polls Sunday, CNN looks at how the German chancellor became the most powerful woman in the world.
Most powerful female politician? :: Frugal, discreet and boring -- just some of the ways Angela Merkel has been described by peers and in the global press. As Germans head to the polls Sunday, CNN looks at how the German chancellor became the most powerful woman in the world.
Baggage fees: Wear your luggage :: Products like Jaktogo allow you to wear your luggage. Sayonara, baggage fees!
Leading way for golf multimillionaires :: The PGA Tour can make instant millionaires at virtually every one of its tournaments -- but it was not always that way. It took golf pioneer Billy Casper almost 15 years to reach seven figures in the nascent days of the pro circuit.
Week in pictures: 14-20 September 2013 :: News photos from around the world
Should Chelsea have got back with ex? :: There's always something strange about bumping into an ex. Sometimes it can be satisfying -- perhaps they're looking a bit shabby, or have obviously fallen on hard times.
Why people give into temptation when no-one's watching :: AL Kennedy asks why apparently good people are tempted to commit evil acts.
Miss America slaps down stereotypes :: The first Indian-American crowned as Miss America, tackles cultural taboos of what it means to be an American.
Displaced innocence ::
VIDEO: Canada's whale rescue team :: The volunteers of the Campobello Island Whale Rescue team patrol the Bay of Fundy, off Canada's east coast, disentangling whales that get caught in fishermen's nets.
Is Europe fractured despite recovery? :: The financial crisis has driven a wedge through Europe, with two economies emerging and -- more dangerously -- a psychological split, European leaders tell CNN.
How to rescue whales tangled in nets :: How to rescue whales caught in fishing nets
Who will win at Emmys 2013? :: With the Emmy Awards this weekend, it's time for the predictions.
The laser light that could cut cyclist deaths :: It looks like a regular bike light, but one day a Blaze could save your life.
A new phone concept? :: What if you could buy a smartphone that would last you for the rest of your life?
Ivory Coast resists Gbagbo ICC trial :: Ivory Coast says it wants to try ex-first lady Simone Gbagbo domestically, instead of referring the case to the International Criminal Court.
Fresh call to end child marriage in Yemen :: The story was horrific: An 8-year-old girl died from internal injuries suffered on her wedding night with a 40-year-old man. It caused outrage -- and numerous calls to end child marriage in Yemen.
Why Pope Francis won't shock us :: A frank interview with Pope Francis has surprised many. But one commentator says he is not about to turn the Catholic Church upside down.
US budget bill defunds health law :: House Republicans push through a temporary budget measure that would keep the government operating, while defunding President Obama's healthcare law.
Blackberry to cut 4,500 global jobs :: Shares in smartphone maker Blackberry plunge 17% as the company announces thousands of job losses and issues a profits warning.
Chinese 'whistleblower' freed :: A Chinese journalist jailed for eight years for leaking government restrictions on reporting has been freed. Shi Tao made headlines in 2004 when he sent the media restrictions to a human rights group -- an act that China said amounted to "leaking state secrets."