Twins reunited on Facebook :: Twin sisters Anais Bordier and Sam Futerman were separated at birth 25 years ago and reunites through social media.
Surf's up ... in Alaska :: Alaska's Turnagain Arm water is cold but good surfers can ride the bore for miles.
The car with a jet engine :: Blast off in the 1963 Chrysler Turbine car, which has a jet engine under its hood.
Who runs ISIS? :: Tom Foreman explains how ISIS's ruthless leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi is quickly making a name for himself.
Why so few women in India's workforce? :: More women in the workforce would increase India's growth. CNN's Mallika Kapur reports.
World farewells novelist P.D. James :: P.D. James, the British novelist renowned for her crime novels featuring detective Adam Dalgliesh as well as such works as "The Children of Men," died Thursday. She was 94.
VIDEO: The watch that fires lasers :: BBC Click looks at some of the week's technology highlights.
How Macy's makes its windows :: New York's holiday windows are pretty fantastic. We take you behind the scenes at Macy's and show you how it's done.
VIDEO: Grey squirrels 'should be culled' :: The government is reviewing the way grey squirrels numbers are managed in England, and is assessing whether more needs to be done to control numbers.
Shia LaBeouf's silent interview :: Leave it to the actor to give one of the strangest interviews of all time.
You won't think these images aren't photos :: The images you are about to see may shock or confound you. When portraiture looks this realistic, it can be hard to accept that what you see is just paint on a canvas, or ink scratches on a page.
'Justice is unfair to minorities' :: A little over two days. That's how long the grand jury deliberated before deciding not to bring an indictment against Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri on August 9. St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury had heard more than 70 hours of testimony from 60 witnesses before reaching its decision, which he said was supported by physical evidence.
Most annoying things people do in airports :: Whether they're cutting their fingernails mid-flight or aggressively establishing armrest hegemony, we've already addressed the most irritating things travelers do on airplanes.
UK migration: What's really happening? :: Official figures published yesterday show how migration has already transformed the UK and will continue to change it in an era of mass movement of people.
Can art and artist be separated? :: Can we judge an artwork purely on its own merits - be it a film, painting, play or sitcom - or do we inevitably take its creator's character into account?
The movie stars behind the monkeys :: From "Lord of the Rings" to "Tintin," Andy Serkis is the king of motion-capture performance. But how do you get from Serkis performing in a skintight suit to the emotionally charged animations we see on screen?
Graphene promise for body armour :: The "wonder material" graphene could be used to make bulletproof armour, new research suggests.
Your green commute is finally here :: Ever hopped in a taxi and sat in traffic for hours whilst pedestrians and cyclists sailed past your window? If so, you may wondered whether you're part of the problem and not the solution. As public transport networks continue to improve in many African cities, taxis remain a common mode of getting around.
Teen cancer sufferer's debt to ski star :: Meet the 13-year-old whose story made an Olympic champion cry.
The tiny town that Hollywood loves :: Europe's hottest destination for tourists, Berlin offers more than bargain-priced nightclubs and Cold War nostalgia.
What if Syria were the UK? :: Understanding the scale of the humanitarian crisis in Syria can be difficult. So imagine this: what if Syria were the UK?
Government publishes British Values :: Schools in England must ensure pupils have respect and tolerance for all faiths, races and cultures, says new government guidance on British values.
Abandoned? Tribe that fought ISIS :: The U.S. is relying on Iraqi tribes to keep ISIS at bay. But the Albu Nimr tribe is running low on ammunition and weapons. Now they feel abandoned by the U.S.
Soccer star strips to his underwear :: Colombian soccer star James Rodriguez has joined his Real Madrid teammate Ronaldo in launching his own underwear line.
'Troll-slayer' throws down gauntlet :: Is this the world's first "troll-proof" website for women?
Cricketer tributes :: Cricket fans place bats by homes and post photos on social media.
'Black Friday' :: Pleas for calm as U.S. tradition of "Black Friday" bargain-hunting hits UK: Police, medics called to supermarkets as fights break out amid crush of shoppers.
'Troll-slayer' :: Is this the world's first "troll-proof" website for women?
Green commute :: Ever hopped in a taxi and sat in traffic for hours whilst pedestrians and cyclists sailed past your window? If so, you may wondered whether you're part of the problem and not the solution. As public transport networks continue to improve in many African cities, taxis remain a common mode of getting around.
Kim Jong Un :: Leader Kim Jong Un has given a close relative a bigger job.