The bully in the next bedroom :: When does sibling rivalry become bullying - and what can parents do about it?
Watch spider weave web over camera :: In the OutFront Shout Out, Erin Burnett gives a shoutout to a spider, who spent hours constructing the perfect web.
Airport scan reveals cocaine pumpkins :: Talk about a spooky Halloween find.
Mobster connections to Japan's banks? :: As Japanese authorities widen their investigation into ties between financial institutions and organized crime, an investigative reporter says the current allegations have left with a sense of "déjà vu."
AUDIO: 'Dogs can read each others' tails' :: Dr John Bradshaw of Bristol University who is an expert in anthrozoology, and the novelist and dog lover Jilly Cooper, discuss news that movements of a dog's tail are linked to its mood.
Views sought on countryside future :: The government launches a consultation for views on how the English countryside should look, as a controversial EU farm subsidy change is introduced.
Amazon tries free, on-time delivery to lure India online :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/rZIkmiwVqPE/story01.htm
Indonesia capital raises minimum wage by 11 pct amid tepid call for more :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/xD45-fvpWXY/story01.htm
VIDEO: First Bitcoin ATM opens in Canada :: The world's first Bitcoin ATM has opened in a coffee house in Vancouver and other tech news.
China security chief blames Uighur Islamists for Tiananmen attack :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/SragJcHP3bA/story01.htm
Kenya protests over brutal gang rape :: Calls of "Justice for Liz" rang out in Nairobi's streets in protest of the authorities' response to a brutal gang rape.
Ghostly haunts: 10 of Asia's scariest :: We wouldn't go in there either.
BSE Sensex hits life high of 21,294; caution prevails :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/5JYl4qVecRs/story01.htm
Africa's secret weapon? Diasporans :: How the African Diaspora can boost Africa's prosperity, dispel myths about the continent, and invest in business.
'Feel' objects in thin air: The future of touch technology :: Touch technology has come a long way in the last decade. Just six years ago, most phones used traditional keypads; today, almost all smartphones have a touchscreen, and the technology has spread to tablets, handheld consoles and laptops as well.
How 'swarm robots' are learning from insects :: In the dystopian future imagined within the popular Terminator franchise, robots learn to think, self-replicate and eventually kill their human masters.
They're watching ::
Rwanda 'key' to Congo's peace :: John Prendergast and Sasha Lezhnev say that unless the Congo war's root causes are addressed in a broader peace process, violence will intensify and Rwanda could be drawn more directly into the fray.
VIDEO: Is Marxism relevant to the UK today? :: The teachings of Karl Marx have been back in the news with David Cameron accusing Ed Miliband of living in a Marxist universe after he announced a plan to freeze energy prices.
Snowden :: A German lawmaker who met Edward Snowden in Moscow on Thursday said Friday that the National Security Agency leaker offered to testify in front of the U.S. Congress.
Portman: Science's unlikely heroine? :: Natalie Portman hopes her latest role will encourage girls into labs.
Is Facebook stalking you? :: Facebook could soon be stalking you. The site plans to track the movements of your mouse!
Snowden writes to Germans to seek support in spy row :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/WbhnRFKMlWM/story01.htm
GCSE overhaul in England made final :: Exams regulator Ofqual confirms it is making changes to GCSEs, in what it calls the biggest shake-up of exams in England for a generation.
Which celeb costume won Halloween? ::
With gold scarce, festival season loses its shine :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/H2fnu3D3MaU/story01.htm
VIDEO: House of Commons :: A Conservative MP leads a debate on support for first-time employers.
French spy writer De Villiers dies :: French spy writer Gerard de Villiers, whose thrillers sold more than 100m copies around the world, dies aged 83 in Paris.
Desert victims mourned in Niger :: The government in Niger has declared three days of national mourning for 92 migrants who died from dehydration after their vehicles broke down in the Sahara desert, state media said Friday.
Can it get any worse for Obama? :: Dean Obeidallah says a stretch of bad news for Obama has let others dictate the narrative of his presidency. But he can still write the final scenes