SOS from Chinese labor camp :: Tree leaves were turning yellow and red in Damascus, Oregon, in late October. Competing with fall foliage for attention were Halloween decorations, which adorned almost every house in this sleepy middle-class suburb of Portland on America's Pacific West Coast.
Blasts near Party offices :: A series of explosions in front of Communist Party offices in a northern Chinese province killed one person and wounded eight others Wednesday morning, authorities said.
Week in pictures: 2-8 November 2013 :: News photos from around the world: 2-8 Nov
Zombies take to the streets :: Hundreds of zombies took over the streets of suburban Atlanta to benefit a local organization.
Orcas in captivity :: Gabriela Cowperthwaite, director of "Blackfish," talks about why she made the movie.
Aerial view of storm's devastation :: CNN's Ivan Watson visits some of the hardest hit areas of the Philippines to witness the devastation first hand.
Storm chaser: 'We needed to get out' :: Just over 24 hours after Super Typhoon smashed into the coast of Tacloban just two blocks from their hotel, the three-man team of professional storm chasers knew they had to get out.
AUDIO: Are grammar schools answer to elitism? :: Harry Mount, author and blogger for the Telegraph, and Owen Jones, author and columnist for the Independent, debate if going to a fee paying school has an impact on your standing in society.
Dog brings home human leg :: Authorities continue to search for more remains after a dog returned to his owner with a human leg. KOMO reports.
Being a second child in 'one child' China :: Li Xue loves learning but, as a second child, has never been able to go to school.
High-tech shower cuts bills by $1,000 :: New shower recycles 90% of water and 80% energy every time you wash
Venezuela 'to expand price controls' :: Following the government's seizure of electronic shops, the Venezuelan leader says he intends to broaden price controls to all consumer goods.
How to help :: The stories coming out of the Philippines are unimaginable. Rushing water and wind tearing children away from their parents' arms. A death toll that may be over 10,000. A city of 200,000 in which no buildings appear to have survived intact.
Crossword whizzes turn codebreakers :: Bletchley Park's women were the silent heroes of WWII, helping shorten the conflict.
Day in pictures: 11 November 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 11 November
Did Miley smoke a joint on stage? :: The 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards took place on Sunday, and it wouldn't have been an MTV event if it didn't include a little twerking.
Haiyan's storm surge explained :: CNN's Mari Ramos explains how a storm surge can cause coastal flooding and destruction.
Garcia regret over 'horrible' Tiger slur :: Tiger Woods was whacking golf balls across a bridge in Turkey last week, but back in Spain, Sergio Garcia is still feeling the need to build them following the "fried chicken" saga earlier this year.
Why NASA should go back to the Moon :: Chris Impey says by working with other countries or private companies, NASA can rekindle its moon exploration.
New shift in climate change debate? :: The latest annual U.N. climate change summit begins Monday in Warsaw. The talks will see some 200 nations try to make progress toward securing an important new comprehensive global treaty in advance of a 2015 deadline.
Red Hot Chilli Pepper: Sorry for soccer slur :: Never underestimate Brazil's love for football -- a lesson learned the hard way by the drummer from one of the America's biggest rock bands.
Flying robots' aerial acrobatics :: Flying in formation, bouncing a ball, building with bricks: Professor Raffaello d'Andrea has created complex algorithms allowing airborne robots to perform incredible feats.
Horse flesh price goes through roof :: If the global economy remains sluggish, a small corner of the British horse racing hub of Newmarket is very much bucking the trend.
Will next iPhone have curved screen? :: Apple is developing iPhones with curved-glass screens and enhanced sensors that detect different levels of pressure, according to a new report.
Tiny kettles, silly names: Surviving UK :: Tiny kettles, silly names and why visiting Britain means always having to say you're sorry.
Far-right rioters leave trail of destruction in Polish capital - Reuters :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNFkkqEOick50mfhXY4ZmgKhOPrpiA&url=http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/11/us-poland-nationalists-march-idUSBRE9AA0N920131111
In pictures: Remembering the war dead :: Remembering the war dead
VIDEO: Bryan Adams releases soldiers book :: Singer Bryan Adams has released a photobook of soldiers injured whilst serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Gun violence in youth movies triples :: When was the last time you saw a blockbuster film that didn't include a gun? It might be hard to remember.
Philippine typhoon death toll to rise as rescuers reach remote areas :: url: http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/INtopNews/~3/2bLuJLZhp4M/story01.htm