As Vietnam braced for the arrival of a weakened but still powerful Typhoon Haiyan, Filipinos grappled with devastation on a scale they have never seen before.
An attack at a police station led to a landmark case that awakened India about women's rights. CNN's Moni Basu reports.
A day after Super Typhoon Haiyan roared into the Philippines, officials predicted that the death toll could reach 1,200 or more.
BT has achieved its biggest sporting coup yet over Sky, winning the rights to show Champions League football matches in a £900 million ($1,442 million) deal.
Britain's top diplomat says talks in Europe over Iran's controversial nuclear program "have made very good progress," even though crucial issues remain unresolved.
At least 10 people were killed when a bomb exploded Friday evening inside a popular restaurant in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, a provincial police commander said.
An attack Friday night on a hotel in Somalia's capital left five people dead and at least 15 wounded, a government spokesman said.
Western diplomats and Iran appear to be on the verge of a breakthrough agreement on a first step toward curbing international concerns about the Middle Eastern state's nuclear program.
Holly Morris' documentary "The Babushkas of Chernobyl" explores the lives of elderly women living inside the exclusion zone.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports how Israel may be getting drawn into the Syrian war on its doorstep.
Gena Somra reports on a retired attorney trying to eradicate the Nepalese practice of girls being sold by their families.
The Pakistan Taliban has vowed to carry out revenge attacks on the national government after appointing a new leader following the death of their former chief in a U.S. drone strike.
After talking about spent nuclear fuel rods at Fukushima for more than two years, it is slightly disconcerting to suddenly be a few meters from them.
Super Typhoon Haiyan -- one of the strongest storms recorded on the planet -- smashed into island after island as it plowed across the central Philippines on Friday, threatening millions of people.
A European satellite that ran out of fuel will start falling in the next few days, and fragments of the disintegrating 2,000-pound spacecraft are expected to strike the Earth's surface.
After months of U.S. military investigations into allegations that U.S. troops were involved in the killing of civilians in Afghanistan, the Army's Criminal Investigation Command has opened a criminal probe into the matter.
Just days after admitting he had smoked crack cocaine, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford found himself trying to explain more bizarre behavior.
Gunmen burst into the home of a local leader Thursday in Iraq, killing him and five of his family members as they slept. The attackers then planted explosives and blew up the home, police said.
Another year, another record level for greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
It was the embrace that melted hearts worldwide.