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.
'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.
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.
Mandatory porn site age checks urged :: The UK's video-on-demand regulator calls for a change to the law to make overseas pornographic websites add age verification checks.
And the world's best airport is ... :: The winner of this year's World Airport Awards is a repeat one.
Tank ride shows Syrian ghost town :: Christiane Amanpour has the story of some incredible point-of-view footage from a Syrian tank.
China's dilemma with MH370 :: Over the past few days, the families of the 154 Chinese passengers who were aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 have been oscillating between grief and visceral anger as the search for the plane carrying their loved ones continues.
Number of Namibia's black rhino left: 5,055 :: I'm crossing the Damaraland desert of northern Namibia on foot -- a few hundred kilometers -- clutching my "bear banger."
Sochi stray: Do you want to adopt me? :: Ten loveable mutts rescued from the streets of Sochi, Russia, arrived in the United States for adoption Thursday, the result of an international outcry over the plight of stray dogs in the 2014 Winter Olympics host city, organizers said.
In pictures: La Frontera :: Artists working on the US border with Mexico
'Batman helped me find my voice' :: Growing up, Joshua Paul Hawkins didn't have many role models.
Studying abroad could give you an edge in the job market :: When Ashley Blackmon sat down for her job interview for a marketing position in New York City, she didn't start off by talking about the business classes she had taken in college or her experience working at a financial services company.
Campaign locks down on love tokens :: Campaign looks to remove padlocks from Paris bridges, as Isha Sesay reports.
Women in power ::
Disappearance similar to 1977 tragedy :: The disappearance of Flight 370 triggers memories of a deadly hijacking in 1977 of another Malaysia Airlines flight, in which all 100 people on board died.
Gateway to luxury: $1B desert jewel :: The $10 million Dubai World Cup takes place on Saturday March 29 at the Meydan Racecourse, which is a suitable setting for the world's richest horse racing day. Completed in 2010, the course has the world's largest grandstand, stretching some 1.6 km long.
Day in pictures: 28 March 2014 :: A collection of news photos: 27 March
Surviving wildest HK sporting event :: "It takes me three days to recover after the Sevens," says referee Robert Esser, who's called the plays at the famed Hong Kong rugby tournament for 12 years.
Dubai gets trippy with Festival of Lights :: If Dubai's monuments are looking a little trippy this week, it's because they've been given a makeover by some of France's best artists, designers and architects. It's all part of their inaugural Festival of Lights.
Week in pictures: 22-28 March 2014 :: Some of the best news photos
Who will be Paris' 'Madame Mayor?' :: This weekend's Paris mayoral election will see the first woman to hold the title of "Madame Mayor."
Open mic: 'Country can't go forward' :: Turkish citizens talk about their upcoming local elections and what that means to PM Erdogan and the governing AKP.
VIDEO: Deaf woman hears for first time :: A woman from Gateshead has heard sound for the first time after her cochlear implants were switched on.
How did Turkey get into this mess? :: Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is facing a local election this weekend, the biggest test of his popularity since becoming Prime Minister in 2003. The polls are seen as a referendum on his popularity before the country's first direct presidential election this summer, in which Erdogan is widely expected to run.
Opinion: Winners, losers in Pistorius trial :: What have we learned so far in the Pistorius trial?
A disease called fame :: Is it better to be in the audience or the background?