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.
In pictures: Violence in Donetsk :: Pro-Russian and pro-Kiev supporters clash
Big freeze creates stunning ice caves :: For thousands of years, waves on the largest of the Great Lakes have battered northwest Wisconsin, shaping the dramatic sandstone caves of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, a national park.
Surreal sunken art in the Maldives :: Submerged fantasy exhibit from Viennese artist Andreas Franke draws on "Sleeping Beauty" and "Little Red Riding Hood."
Did someone turn off the tracking system? :: Why did 777's transponder stop transmitting information?
Making the Chinese dream a reality :: A look at the nationwide publicity campaign urging ordinary Chinese to dream big.
Hotel guests' most bizarre requests :: Including: Kobe beef for the dog, life-sized chocolate statues and a Golden Gate Bridge proposal complete with mariachi band.
UK astronaut's mission needs a name :: The European Space Agency asks people to choose a name for British astronaut Major Tim Peake's next mission.
'Rock star' Pope shakes up Church :: Pope Francis breathes new life into the Catholic Church
Crowdsourcing search goes viral :: More than 115,000 volunteers have joined the crowdsourcing search for the missing Malaysia Airlines plane by going to their computers and reviewing satellite photos of the open ocean to find signs of the aircraft, a sponsor said Wednesday.
Time to honour Syria 'promises' :: The head of Syria's main opposition coalition tells the BBC international allies must honour what he says were promises to supply heavy weapons to the Free Syrian Army.
Five lesser-spotted things Tony Benn gave the UK :: Tony Benn was known for his radical views, but his political career left a legacy of uniquely British artefacts.
Plane mystery must be solved: Historian :: CNN's Kyung Lah details several accounts of planes that went missing and remain an unsolved mystery.
St. Patrick's Day by the numbers :: When you suit up in green on Sunday and head to the St. Patrick's Day parade or your favorite Irish bar to celebrate, dropping these facts and figures about the holiday's origins will impress your fellow revelers!
Hate networking? Quick and easy tips :: Two startup experts share the best ways to connect and communicate at networking events.
NHS Winter: Weekly A&E tracker Week 18 :: See how your A&E in England is coping
Bionic drummer's robot arm a hit :: Drummer gets new robotic arm thanks to Georgia Tech. WXIA has more.
Meet robot guitarist with 78 fingers :: Quick math question: What has 78 fingers, 22 arms, and no brain?
Japan arrest over Anne Frank attacks :: Police in Japan arrest a man suspected of vandalising copies of Anne Frank's diaries and related material.
Playing with Pope ::
27 photos of glorious Ireland :: Kevin Kane's love affair with Ireland began in 2000, when he and his then-fiancee piggybacked on a trip with his brothers and their wives.
VIDEO: Noah premiere amid controversy :: Noah, director Darren Aronofsky's retelling of the biblical tale, has had its European premiere, as some Middle East countries decide to ban the movie
Day in pictures: 14 March 2014 :: A collection of news photos: 14 March
Factory meat, cruel and bad for us :: Here's a thought to chew on: America's most intractable problems all double back to our collective mistreatment of animals. Sounds crazy, right? Well, humor me for a minute.
BT investigated over email data :: BT is being investigated by the UK's data authority following whistleblower claims the company "exposed user credentials en masse".
Alien site, ancient ruins, or ...? :: A huge spiral in the Sahara has had Google Earth users baffled. So what exactly is it?