Scenes from the field ::
VIDEO: What can a $200 smart vest do? :: Richard Taylor finds out from Stephane Marceau, founder of Canadian startup OMSignal, what their $200 smart vest can do.
Check out this rare megamouth shark :: A museum in Japan is putting a rare megamouth shark on display.
In pictures: India election graffiti :: Graffiti from the eastern Indian city of Calcutta
South China Sea tensions rise :: Tensions escalated in the South China Sea region this week after China, Vietnam and the Philippines were involved in a series of potentially explosive confrontations over disputed territory.
HK's biggest ever corruption trial :: Two billionaire brothers who control Asia's biggest property development company have gone on trial in Hong Kong's biggest ever corruption case.
Tiananmen at 25: Five activists held :: Five people have been detained in Beijing after they attended a low-key event marking the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown.
China's secret weapon :: The Chinese air force have a new secret weapon: monkeys.
China, Vietnam, Philippines collide :: Border disputes across the South China Sea stir tensions.
Would you pay to launch this airline? :: You've finished your business in London and want to head directly home to New York.
Nintendo defends 'anti-gay' game :: CNN talks to the "Miiquality" Campaign's Tye Marini about why he wants same-sex marriage in a virtual reality game.
Asia's best beer bars: 10 top pours :: The craft beer revolution is dead. Microbrews are no longer a trend.
Soccer spending: Fair as Monopoly? :: CNN's Alex Thomas explains the UEFA rules on financial fair play and how that impacts club spending.
VIDEO: Tech review: This week's headlines :: The fridge, washing machine and cooker that can be controlled by text message, plus other tech news.
Pistorius ballistics questioned :: A ballistics expert at the murder trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius questions the state's version of how he shot his girlfriend.
What are the real reasons we yawn? :: A new study suggests that you may not really be yawning because it's contagious, or you're bored or tired.
Jennifer Lawrence: Why I keep tripping :: Jennifer Lawrence explains why she keeps tripping up at the Oscars.
Why U.S. suburban dream went global :: Ubiquitous U.S. suburban home spreads around globe.
Bring on the dancing horses? :: While most people can appreciate the grace and athleticism of ballet, dressage -- the precision art of horse riding and training -- remains a puzzling spectacle to all but a few.
Day in pictures: 9 May 2014 :: News photos from past 24 hours: 9 May
Has U.S. learned from 'War on Terror'? :: How can U.S. ensure Nigeria is not left like Iraq and Afghanistan?
Want to change Africa? Let's do it! :: As Tanzania's "broker of ideas," social activist Rakesh Rajani has dedicated his life to helping people in East Africa reach their potential. He says the secret to prosperity is to make citizens part of the solution and work from the ground up.
Meet China's military monkey recruits :: The People's Liberation Army Air Force has a new secret weapon.
Football's Monopoly game -- fair or farce? :: Three small letters striking like a dagger to the heart of football's richest football clubs.
Nigeria schoolgirl abductions: Five questions :: ... And four other questions about Nigeria's abducted schoolgirls
New life engineered with artificial DNA :: Scientists have shown it is possible to alter DNA's alphabet and still have a living organism that passes on the genetic information.
Week in pictures: 3-9 May 2014 :: Best news photos from around the world
Does papyrus say Jesus had a wife? :: A newly-discovered relic suggests that Jesus had a wife. Fordham University Professor Michael Peppard weighs in.
What is UEFA financial fair play? :: CNN's Alex Thomas explains the UEFA rules on financial fair play and how that impacts club spending.