Day in pictures: 7 March 2014 :: 24 hours of news photos: 7 March
Week in pictures: 1-7 March 2014 :: Some of the best news photos this week
Clockwork boy writes poems :: Charles Penniman first met the clockwork boy at the age of 6, now 85 he is still fascinated by the mysterious automata.
Russians calling London home :: Russian immigrants are now a thoroughly integrated part of the UK economy. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
'Frozen' Falls tricks tourists :: Tourists visiting Niagara Falls were disappointed to find the rapids were not completely frozen. WGRZ reports.
Anti-Barbie doll :: Doll with "real" proportions gets crowd-funded in 24 hours. WTAE's Wendy Bell reports.
Tourist to time traveler :: It's an app that uses your phone as a window to historical London. Adam Dunnakey takes a look.
What's with those mysterious masks? :: Every spring Halloween meets haute couture at the Carnival of Venice.
9 great cameras for travelers :: Underwater, over mountains, by the beach -- whatever your trip, there's a camera that'll capture it best.
A one of a kind friendship :: A two-legged chihuahua and a fluffy chicken have become best friends.
Obama, Dalai Lama meet :: President Barack Obama met on Friday with the Dalai Lama, the Tibetan spiritual leader, despite China's appeal not to do so.
Karl Lagerfeld on trends :: Myleene Klass talks with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld about his latest fashion style.
Weibo users flee to WeChat? :: Users are ditching Weibo for WeChat as tightened government oversight takes its toll.
Dozens stabbed in China :: Officials say a separatist group from Xinjiang carried out a mass attack at a rail station.
Why Italians are angry about this ad :: Italians are bashing an American gun manufacturer's advertising campaign that uses the iconic statue of David holding an AR-50A1 rifle with the tagline, "A Work of Art."
The Bond villain who 'Lived Another Day' :: Not many Bond villains survive to tell the tale of their encounter with 007.
In pictures: Photographing Africa :: Harry Hook's photos of tribes in Africa
The 'Mile-low club' sub surfaces :: A travel company is renting out a plush submarine for adult excursions beneath the waves
Is Aaron Paul the next Steve McQueen? :: Actor Aaron Paul and Director Scott Waugh on racing and crashing the world's most expensive cars in "Need for Speed."
Why Zuckerberg's sister says to log off :: Randi Zuckerberg talks to CNN's Kelly Wallace about the importance of unplugging from the Internet
5 ways to decode a TripAdvisor review :: A good user review is a useful thing -- but there are plenty of ways they can go wrong.
VIDEO: Could robots help children with autism? :: A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
How to shower without using water :: A young South African has invented a lotion that allows you to take a shower without using a drop of water or soap.
Tasmania: World's newest whiskey tour :: Tasmania has a surprising share of the world's top-rated single malt whiskeys -- launched this week, the Tasmanian Whisky Trail shows off the best
In pictures: Cornish Bards :: A photographic student's portraits of Cornish Bards
Watch out! This drone will tase you :: CNN's Laurie Segall is at the SXSW conference where she got to witness a test run of a remote controlled stun drone.
VIDEO: Smartphones meet polaroid at SXSW :: Inventors at the South by Southwest festival show how to print smartphone photos onto old Polaroid film.
AUDIO: Moss used as a 'biological solar panel' :: Dr Paolo Bombelli, a biochemist at the University of Cambridge, discusses how moss was used to power a radio.
Mexican drug lord dead ... again :: It's deja vu, drug lord style.
Crimea: Putin's endgame is clear :: President Putin's endgame in Crimea is now clear -- and the West has only a few days to act.