6 arrested in official's death :: The drowning of an official during interrogation prompts questions about how far Chinese investigators will go.
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?
Check out Africa's greatest graffiti :: Africa street art can be anything from beautifully painted shop fronts, to spray can graffiti, to inspiring murals. You sent your street art photos to CNN iReport - here are the best.
Alicia Keys: Let's fight HIV together :: Bernadette's father died from AIDS complications when she was a child. Her mother never even knew he had HIV until she and her daughter tested positive years later.
In pictures: Pakistan quake damage :: Rescuers struggle to reach quake areas
Day in pictures: 27 September 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 27 September
Week in pictures: 21-27 September 2013 :: Photos from around the world: 21-27 Sept
Putting a price on love :: Our loved ones are worth more to us than gold - but do we understand love's true value, asks AL Kennedy.
VIDEO: The 'bank' helping child workers :: A volunteer-run bank is helping working children in Bangladesh save their earnings for the first time.
Source: Kenya mall gang rented store :: The Nairobi attack was planned for more than a year by conspirators who rented a store in the Westgate Mall, an official says.
Open Mic from Tehran :: Iranians in Tehran step up to CNN's Open Mic and tell Americans what they really feel about them.
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.
Kerry sees potential for quick Iran nuclear deal :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/LdS5W_lPtCw/story01.htm
The benefits changes, six months on :: How welfare changes hit hard in Blackpool
VIDEO: 'Popular' flamingos run the flock :: Research into flamingo behaviour reveals that the oldest and pinkest birds are the "key individuals" that organise the rest of the flock.
Factbox: What would happen if the U.S. government shuts down? :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/arBza-vLJe0/story01.htm
Capitol quiet as federal government shutdown nears :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/y_gmloOoQNM/story01.htm
Amid rare unity, U.N. Security Council mulls action on Syria aid :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/6d5ALgqRlDQ/story01.htm
Families seek closure :: With many people still missing after the Kenya mall terror attack, families face an agonizing wait to find out what has happened to loved ones.
The rise of the text tattoo :: Why do people get quotes tattooed on their skin?
Italian political crisis threatens to split Berlusconi camp :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/MostRead/~3/bRV-BpjT4J8/story01.htm
Solving the mystery of why we sleep :: Solving the mystery of why we sleep using DIY tech
Fans to find out about Games tickets :: Hundreds of thousands of people are to find out if their application for tickets to events at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games has been successful.
'My mum had dementia at 29' :: The teenage fund-raiser whose mother had dementia at 29
Nigerian gunmen kill sleeping students :: Under the cover of darkness, gunmen approached a dormitory in a rural Nigerian town and opened fire, killing and wounding students who sleeping.
'Why bomb us while we're at school?' :: The BBC returns to Syria to revisit school attack victims
How British is Britain? :: Why young people find British identity more attractive