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.
Global launch for Microsoft Xbox One :: The global launch of Microsoft's the Xbox One game console took place early on Friday, 22 November.
A side-effect of China's one-child policy :: How has China's generation of single children been affected by growing up without siblings?
VIDEO: Hospitals prepare for a winter rush :: Hospitals in England face growing pressure from an increasing number of elderly people being treated as emergency cases, according to the Care Quality Commission.
Watch volcano create new island :: A new Island has formed following a volcanic eruption in the ocean near Japan. Mari Ramos reports.
VIDEO: Snow's verdict on dangers of cycling :: Politicians must spend more money on cycling features to make British roads safer - but "they tend to see everything through the eyes of the motorists" said Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow.
How do you travel to North Korea? :: Why do people want to visit North Korea? The closed and strictly regulated country is not particularly welcoming to guests. Going in or out is complicated for visitors and impossible for anyone who offends the government. The slightest negative remark about the country's ruling family can be considered treason.
Epic split parodies feature bacon, Tatum :: Parodies poke fun at amazing truck-to-truck split by Jean Claude Van Damme. Jeanne Moos reports this split's got legs.
Feel two earthquakes every hour :: Every 30 minutes, Tokyo's Earthquake Simulator Center prepares people for the worst.
Military planes vie for Dubai air supremacy :: Even when pulling a 60-degree angle bank turn over the Dubai desert, the U.S. military's V-22 Osprey aircraft is hardly approaching the limits of its capabilities.
Hugh Jackman has skin cancer removed :: Hugh Jackman revealed Thursday that he had a cancerous growth removed from his nose.
Racing through Mexico's Baja Desert :: CNN's Rafael Romo reports on the Baja 1000, which is known as the 'granddaddy of all desert races'.
AUDIO: Bird alarm: Great tits use predator-specific calls :: Great tits produce different alarm calls depending on whether their nests are threatened my snakes, crows or martens, recordings reveal.
The JFK myth v reality :: Events in Dallas 50 years ago made JFK as much a myth as a man, creating a wide gulf between his popular and academic reputation, says the BBC's Nick Bryant.
Warsaw's Jewish history museum :: CNN's Paula Newton travels to Warsaw to visit the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
Church carved from salt :: CNN's Paula Newton explores the Chapel of St. Kinga, which three Polish miners took 67 years to carve from salt.
Jackie O's pink suit still locked away :: Jacqueline Kennedy was still wearing the blood-stained watermelon pink suit when she got to the White House in the early-morning hours after her husband was shot dead.
Boeing planes through the ages :: Boeing made waves at the Dubai Airshow with its 777X. A look at its groundbreaking predecessors.
Pythons promise 'ancient sex' :: The five surviving members of the comic TV show say the reunion will be "spectacular."
Typhoon's deadly toll on female infants :: Study finds the greatest toll of Philippine typhoons are the unborn - and girls bear the brunt.
Designer reinvents the wheel -- no, really :: According to popular wisdom, attempting to reinvent the wheel is the ultimate in design folly. But this didn't stop object designer Duncan Fitzsimmons from giving it a go.
What's your favorite Louvre artwork? :: For the last 220 years, the Louvre has been a people's museum. And with close to 10 million visitors a year, it's the most visited art museum in the world. Now we want to know what your favorite Louvre artwork is. Tell us via #LouvreFavorite and you could be part of a CNN feature.
Codebreaker's death 'perfect crime?' :: A British codebreaker's body is found in a locked bag. Even Houdini couldn't do this without aid, says one expert. Did the spy do it himself, or was he murdered?
World Cup: Brazil 2014 in numbers :: The World Cup -- the greatest show on earth.
The 'Jimmy Choos' of horseshoes :: They are being billed as the Jimmy Choos of horseshoes but it's more than just the design that will appeal to jockeys and trainers.
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Driverless cars to hit roads in a decade? :: A decade ago, they zoomed down the futuristic highways of science fiction film Minority Report. Now, driverless cars may be coming to the roads of the real world.
Is Harry Potter stamp un-American? :: First, immigrants steal Americans' jobs. And now foreigners are stealing Americans' rightful place on U.S. postage stamps!
Day in pictures: 22 November 2013 :: 24 hours of news photos: 22 November