Russian proton rocket fails :: A Russian space rocket launch went sour Friday, destroying the booster and its payload, Russian state media said.
Meet India's next PM :: India's prime minister in waiting is business friendly but controversial. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
What are 'firenadoes'? :: Unruly wildfires and "devil winds" keep barreling across Southern California, destroying homes and spawning "firenadoes."
See 9/11 objects up close :: The events of 9/11 turned objects found at ground zero into memorials for the world. CNN shows some of the iconic pieces.
A one of a kind friendship :: A two-legged chihuahua and a fluffy chicken have become best friends.
Q&A: Tensions in Xinjiang :: China has once again been rocked by a violent attack targeting civilians after two SUVs plowed into people gathered at an open market in Urumqi, the capital of the western Chinese region of Xinjiang.
Death sentence for tycoon :: Former mining tycoon Liu Han and his brother have been sentenced to death, China's state media Xinhua reports. Both men have been found guilty of "mafia-style crime" and murder by a provincial court in Hubei.
U.S. 'hypocrisy' in cybertheft charge :: China has accused the United States of "hypocrisy" and "double standards" following its decision to charge five Chinese army officers with cybertheft against major American businesses.
Thousands evacuated from Vietnam :: China has evacuated more than 3,000 of its citizens from Vietnam and is sending ships to retrieve more of them after deadly anti-Chinese violence erupted last week over a territorial dispute between the two countries.
Day in pictures: 23 May 2014 :: News photos from past 24 hours: 22 May
Week in pictures: 17-23 May 2014 :: News photos from around the world
$1,000 tip for dog's surgery :: Good people, not to mention good tippers, do exist. Christina Summitt knows that for sure now after what happened Saturday night.
Vintage photos: World's Fair :: While digging through a box that belonged to his father, Robert Ondrovic uncovered a collection of vintage photos that brought him back to the 1964 World's Fair.
Andy Warhol's lost art :: The soup can looks familiar in an unfamiliar way, but the name at the bottom of the image is unmistakable: Andy Warhol.
The world's top furniture fair :: This year around 300,000 visitors are expected to attend the Milan's Salone del Mobile, the world's largest and most important furniture fair.
You're never too young to be CEO :: Lily Warren was just 8 years old when she decided to start her own business with her younger sisters.
China faces war on terror :: For years, Chinese police did not carry guns. But a major shift is occurring, significantly changing the landscape, as China faces its own "war on terror," writes Victor Gao.
AUDIO: Gove made 'mistake' over GCSE syllabus :: Bethan Marshall and Claire Fox discuss the news that education secretary Michael Gove has called for more British works to be studied in English classes at GCSE.
Man catches baby after big fall :: A vendor in China catches a baby who fell from two floors up.
Padlocks craze hits London :: Padlocks symbolizing love adorn bridges worldwide and can now be found on London's Millennium Bridge. Max Foster reports.
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.
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.
High fashion: Mario Testino's Andes adventure :: Mario Testino focuses on Peru's mountain people
Rise of the mega-museums :: From the British Museum to the Louvre, the world's leading museums house treasured artifacts and storied works of art. They may protect centuries of culture, but they don't want to be perceived as dusty relics themselves.
From humble GIF to high art :: When you think of GIFs, those never-ending sequences of looping motion, you're more likely to associate them with lightly humorous viral content than a respectable art form.
Your pictures: Squares :: Readers' photos on the theme of "squares"
Mastery of Easter eggs :: French fashion designers don't hold a monopoly on haute.
Obama: U.S. is 'might doing right' :: U.S. President Barack Obama sets out a foreign policy vision combining a strong military, diplomacy and sanctions to exert influence.
Maya Angelou :: Maya Angelou, a renowned poet, novelist and actress whose work defied description under a simple label, has died, her literary agent, Helen Brann, said Wednesday.
5 questions from satellite data :: For the first time in several weeks, authorities have released information about missing Malaysia Flight 370 not previously available to the public.