Happily disgusted? 15 new emotions ID'd :: In a new study, scientists have identified 15 additional "compound emotions," expressed by combining basic emotions. It's like using the primary colors blue and red to create purple.
Scotland's spectacular castles :: Scottish castles are stars of TV and film, and always take your breath away.
Scenes from the field ::
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.
Karl Lagerfeld on trends :: Myleene Klass talks with fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld about his latest fashion style.
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.
'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.
The controversy over which way a child seat faces :: The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge courted controversy in New Zealand after they used a forward-facing baby seat. Are they unsafe, asks Tom de Castella.
In pictures: Eastern Ukraine tension :: Pro-Russia protesters seize government building
In pictures: Peaches Geldof :: The life in pictures of Peaches Geldof, who has died at the age of 25
VIDEO: House of Commons :: MPs are raising issues in a general debate before the forthcoming adjournment.
Corfu's amazing starry sky :: Astrophotographer Vasilis Metallinos and composer John Miliadis produce a film showcasing the Greek Island's night scape
What Xi seeks from Europe :: Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit is more about closing business deals with European firms.
How to buy a great watch :: In recent days the good and the great of the watch and jewelry industry have descended on Basel, Switzerland for Baselworld 2014—the biggest and most ballyhooed event on the industry calendar. Running until April 3, the fair is expected to attract more than 150,000 visitors, who will ogle at the latest gadgets and admire glittering new designs.
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.
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.
'W' Bush now paints world leaders :: On canvas, Vladimir Putin looks stern, Tony Blair relaxed and Junichiro Koizumi happy.
Era of 'white prom', 'black prom' over :: Students at a rural Deep South high school break with segregationist history and step into the 21st century -- ending decades of racially-separate parties.
This is your week in 33 photos ::
Kurt Cobain: His death & the 1990s :: Nirvana's lead died 20 years ago. Here's his music decade.
Rumsfeld: 'Absolutely unreflective, unapologetic' :: CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Filmmaker Errol Morris about his documentary on Donald Rumsfeld.
Robot exoskeleton lets girl lift her arms :: A child throwing a ball. On the face of it, a simple act, but for four-year old Hannah Mohn this is a milestone.
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.
Is Afghanistan's next president right here? :: Afghan voters will go to the polls on April 5 in what could be one of the most significant presidential elections in the country's turbulent history.
Afghans flock despite Taliban threat :: Afghan voters turned out in large numbers Saturday for historic presidential and provincial elections, undeterred by the threat of violence by the Taliban and poor weather.
Why are Siri and Cortana female? :: Do we default to female voices for "virtual assistants?"
Opinion: After Karzai, what next? :: With Afghanistan heading to the polls on Saturday, concerns have been voiced about likely electoral irregularities. Abdullah Abdullah, a former foreign minister and leading presidential candidate, has warned the ballot will be marred by "industrial scale fraud" to rival the 1 million votes that were disqualified in the 2009 elections.
Eight great global sounds you really want to hear :: One British sound engineer wants you to ditch your camera and open your ears to "sound tourism."