A year to the day after he killed his girlfriend, South African "blade runner" Oscar Pistorius broke his silence Friday, describing her death as a "devastating accident."
It's Valentine's Day and the pope has some relationship guidance, taking questions from three couples in Rome. No one is perfect, and never go to bed angry were among his tips.
Carter Roberts, Omar Vidal: President Obama and leaders of Canada and Mexico need to restore monarch habitats.
Despite Russia's strict anti-gay laws, Sally Kohn explains why the Sochi games may be the gayest Olympics ever.
CNN's Ian Lee takes us on a journey from the balmy coastline of Sochi to the mountains above on a hunt for Olympic snow.
Princes William and Harry rolled up their sleeves Friday to help out with flood defense efforts as Britain braces for another hammering Friday from a major storm off the Atlantic.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the opening of a new luxury ski resort which caters to North Korea's elite.
A volcano eruption in Indonesia has forced an evacuation of thousands of people. CNN's Kathy Quiano reports.
Gaza construction worker finds statue of ancient Greek god Apollo. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Matthew Chance looks at what is driving British jihadists in Syria and what the UK authorities are trying to do about it.
Minus Evgeni Plushenko, the men go for figure skating glory, Bode Miller and Ted Ligety carry U.S. hopes in the super combined, and Russia and the U.S. meet to cast stones.
CNN host and former UK tabloid editor Piers Morgan was questioned in December in connection with a UK police inquiry into phone hacking, he said Friday.
U.S. slopestyle skiers made history, figure skating has one very interesting day and a Polish cross-country skier dispatches her opponents despite a painful disadvantage.
Black plumes of smoke rise above Moutn Kelud on Indonesia's main island of Java as lightning flashes across the sky and pebbles and ash rain down. With an eruption alert now at its highest level, 66,000 people have been told to get out.
"So tell me," an old school friend asked, "if the demand for chocolate is so high, why are cocoa farmers so poor?"
Does a terminally ill child in intolerable pain have a right to die? Belgian lawmakers say yes. If the king signs the law, children who understand what it means may ask for euthanasia.
Afghanistan has released 65 prisoners despite strong objections from the United States. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
CNN got rare access to one of the highest points of the Burj and learned this cleaning job is not for the faint of heart.
The international pressure that ended apartheid should now be turned on countries holding nuclear weapons, writes Desmond Tutu.
Archaeologists say they unearthed a rare find during a dig in Egypt: a sarcophagus that's 3,600 years old -- with a mummy still inside.