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.
VIDEO: House of Commons :: MPs are scrutinising the Intellectual Property Bill.
In pictures: Photographing Africa :: Harry Hook's photos of tribes in Africa
VIDEO: Could robots help children with autism? :: A robotic companion is helping children with autism learn and develop communication skills.
In pictures: Cornish Bards :: A photographic student's portraits of Cornish Bards
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.
Day in pictures: 10 March 2014 :: 24 hours of news photos: 10 March
Female biker gangs of Marrakech :: The word "motorcycle" often conjures up images of tattooed men wearing black leather jackets. Not so in Marrakech. The city's thriving bike culture includes plenty of women. With their polka dot veils and heart-shaped sunglasses, they're steering motorcycle fashion in their own direction.
An 'e-boutique' at Paris Fashion Week :: CNN's Myleene Klass meets the model that's turned herself into a "walking e-boutique" during Paris Fashion Week.
How Louis Vuitton fortune was built :: On a breezy spring day in 1835, a 13-year-old boy from the Jura region of eastern France set out for the glittering metropolis of Paris to seek his fortune.
China's iconic dress survives :: It's perhaps the most iconic scene in the most iconic Hong Kong movie of all time.
Is Paris still cool? Naturellement! :: So New York thinks it's the most stylish city on the planet?
Enter into Congo's cult of elegance :: Known as "Sapeurs," these dapper dressers are part of a Congolese subculture devoted to the cult of style.
10 most spectacular university buildings :: If the memory of your university is a somewhat hazy mix of missed lectures, cheap food, empty beer cans and cold, concrete classrooms, you won't recognize this list.
Born a refugee: Syrian children of the camp :: Syrian children of the camp
Beijing smog levels drop :: Strong winds have helped temporarily clear the air over Beijing and residents could not be happier.