Fined $1.2M for having 3 kids :: Oscar-nominated Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou has been fined 7.48 million yuan ($1.2 million) for breaching China's one-child policy, authorities say.
A most exclusive gathering :: Business leaders, heads of government, entrepreneurs and even the odd celebrity will be rubbing fur and down-quilted shoulders at Europe's highest altitude town, Davos, for the World Economic Forum's annual meeting next week.
VIDEO: Davos: Women delegates 'only 15%' :: In the last two years the number of women delegates at the World Economic Forum in Davos has has fallen, despite efforts to boost them. Mishal Husain reports.
The world's ugliest monuments :: Thin line between artistic statement and hideous howlers.
Queen's Baton Relay - Africa :: African leg of the Queen's Baton Relay
VIDEO: School to fine parents for lateness :: Emerson Valley School in Milton Keynes plans to fine parents of pupils who are constantly late.
Peres: Hezbollah is 'main killer' in Syria :: Israel's President points finger at Iran over the carnage in Syria.
Syrian Christians fear Islamist rebels :: Syria's Christians are fearful. Accused of being pro-regime, they say they have seen attacks on their towns and killings by Islamist rebels.
Here's what to do about your anxiety :: Dr. Charles Raison, CNN's mental health expert, addresses two questions from readers on anxiety.
In pictures: Cairo explosions :: Blast which apparently targeted Egypt's police force
IAEA: Long way to go on Iran accord :: The head of the UN's nuclear watchdog says the interim deal with Iran is an important step forward, but that there is still "a long way to go".
London basements: Pools, gyms, golf :: When you can't build up there's only one solution -- build down. At least that's the theory in some of London's wealthiest neighborhoods where residents are installing the likes of swimming pools, golf simulators and cinema rooms in luxury basement extensions.
An iPhone bigger than your face? :: As various smart devices have gotten bigger than the iPhone, a new rumor says the Apple product may get bigger too.
Iglesias: Crash ended soccer dream :: Before the interview for Talk Asia, all I knew about Julio Iglesias was that he sings love songs -- and that the ladies seem to love him.
Can this wearable tech save Intel? :: Meet the woman behind Intel's bold new strategy to move the company away from PCs and into wearable tech software.
Prayers amid protests ::
Day in pictures: 24 January 2014 :: 24 hours of news photos: 24 January
Mobile phones sparking revolutions :: Africa's mobile phone adoption curve has been impressive.
Google patents taxi-and-eat ad tech :: Technology giant Google patents a way of linking online ads to free or discounted transport to restaurants, shops and entertainment venues.
Week in pictures: 18-24 January 2014 :: Some of the best news photos from the past week
Israeli troops shoot dead Gaza man :: Israeli forces have shot dead a Palestinian man and wounded another in a cross-border incident in the north of the Gaza Strip.
The driverless car :: How far can we trust the driverless car?
VIDEO: Tips for photographing the stars :: LJ Rich finds how to photograph the stars without the need for expensive equipment.
Swiss ski jumper flying high :: Aiming for Gold meets four-time gold medal winner Simon Ammann.
Ice-carved orchestra :: Ice Sculpture Artist Tim Linhart on making some of the rarest instruments in the world.
250 dolphins could be killed :: Conservationists say 250 bottlenose dolphins will be slaughtered or sold by fishermen in Japan.
Stunning frozen caves :: The cold temperatures have completely frozen Lake Superior and exposed an iced-over cave.
Dancing boy wows judges :: An 8-year-old boy is lighting up the internet with his performance on "India's Got Talent." HLN's A.J. Hammer reports.
What's ahead for gaming in 2014 :: With 2013 firmly in the rearview mirror, the movers and shakers of the video gaming industry are focusing on where the next 12 months will take us.
No more cuts, vice-chancellors urge :: The government is urged not to make any further cuts to university teaching grants to fill an alleged black hole in finances.