6 arrested in official's death :: The drowning of an official during interrogation prompts questions about how far Chinese investigators will go.
Post-war architecture celebrated :: Post-war buildings enjoy protected status
Week in pictures: 14-20 September 2013 :: News photos from around the world
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?
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."
China obsesses about rumors :: In China online popularity can sometimes spell trouble.
Louvre hit by Chinese scam :: First it was Chinese tourists apparently being targeted by criminal gangs in Paris.
In pictures: Emmy awards 2013 :: Award winners in Los Angeles
In pictures: Restored Humayun's Tomb :: Humayun's Tomb in the Indian capital
Day in pictures: 23 September 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 23 September
Gay Catholic: Pope gives me hope :: One woman tells CNN how Pope Francis' uplifting statement on gays in the Catholic church has filled her with hope.
Egypt bans Brotherhood 'activities' :: A court in Egypt bans "all activities" by the Muslim Brotherhood, after reviewing the Islamist group's status as a non-governmental organisation.
Rapist's son: My personal torment :: Grappling with the fact that his father was a convicted rapist and kidnapper was difficult enough.
Can cell phone bring down a plane? :: Can cell phones bring down planes? Are e-books really that dangerous below 10,000 feet? Can Bluetooth kill?
Can government shutdown hit you? :: 10 ways a government shutdown would affect your daily life
In pictures: Nairobi shootout :: Gun battle at a shopping centre in Kenya's capital
In pictures: Northern Sri Lanka poll :: Elections in the war-ravaged north
How does Galaxy Gear measure up? :: It's tricky business comparing the handful of smartwatches publicly unveiled so far.
Download, print, fire: Museum acquires 3D-printed gun :: The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK has acquired two models of the world's first 3D-printed gun.
Crazy ways to recycle a plane :: Furniture, hotels and private homes. What visionaries are making with dead airplanes.
Watch full episode: Bourdain in Israel :: In the season 2 premiere, Anthony Bourdain and crew make their first trip to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
10 things to know before visiting Israel :: The Holy Land makes for inspiring, fascinating, confusing travel.
Plans for Jackie Chan theme park :: Jackie Chan is giving fans in China a new way to get personal with the Hong Kong-born kung fu superstar.
How Yihaodian sees e-commerce :: The growth of e-commerce in China has outpaced that of western countries during the past five years. This is largely due to the rapid growth of Internet users, improved online payments, increasing coverage and improving services.
Up Next: 11 things to know about Spain :: It's Western Europe's second largest country, but it's the diversity of its people and passions that holds the key to understanding Spain's eternal appeal.
Man cheats death in train near-miss :: CCTV footage shows the moment a man accidentally steps into the path of a speeding train ... and survives. No audio.
Meet the 'mermaid' of Barcelona :: Human to Hero meets 23-year-old Ona Carbonell, a double Olympic medalist in synchronized swimming who loves life underwater.
Guangzhou moves on labor camps :: China's third-largest city Guangzhou -- capital of China's richest and most progressive province Guangdong -- has announced it has taken the first concrete steps in unbolting the country's often reviled "Re-education Through Labor" (RTL) system.
Improving a football team :: Football author Chris Anderson explains why identifying your weakest player is crucial when it comes to improving a team.