A Turkish government ban on Twitter has provoked widespread fury in Turkey, and condemnation around the world, with the country's own president taking to the social media website to condemn Ankara's actions.
Two weeks after Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared, one thing has been made clear: the ocean is full of garbage, literally.
Is Russian President Vladimir Putin an opportunist, grabbing at chances to poke the West in the eye, or a clever strategist with the longer-term goal of restoring a greater Russia? Is he simply riding a tide of Russian patriotic fervor over Crimea? Is he a rational actor aware of the delicate balances within the international system, or as one observer put it, "drunk on power" and oblivious to sanctions?
A wave of violence swept across Iraq on Friday, resulting in at least 38 deaths, police said. Most of the casualties occurred in Sunni towns and cities, according to police in Baquba, Ramadi, Mosul, Samarra, Kirkuk and Tikrit.
Father of aviation engineer aboard Flight 370 says he's sure his son had nothing to do with plane's disappearance.
Thailand's constitutional court has declared the country's February 2 general election invalid as it breached a law requiring that the polling process be completed on the same day nationwide.
Africa's last polar bear spends his days grieving his longtime companion at a zoo in Johannesburg, a far cry from his Arctic habitat.
Actual sightings or mistakes? Who's REALLY seen the missing airliner? Jeanne Moos reports on eyewitnesses and sleuths.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk signed the political elements of a trade pact with the European Union on Friday, even as Russian lawmakers finalized the annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott said Friday that his country owes it to the families and friends of those on board the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to try to solve the "extraordinary riddle" of what happened to the plane.
Hours after Turkey's prime minister vowed to "eradicate" Twitter, Turkish Internet users began to experience widespread disruptions Thursday while trying to access the popular social networking website.
At least 31 people have died in Venezuela and 461 have been injured in violent clashes between opposition demonstrators and government forces that began last month, an official said Thursday.
Don Lemon asks experts your Twitter questions about the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
A Ukrainian navy chief detained when pro-Russian forces took over the naval headquarters in Crimea is released, but the tense standoff continues, with Ukraine saying it will never stop fighting for the peninsula just annexed by Russia.
A $14,000 jumble sale find turned into millions of dollars for a man who'd been thwarted in his attempts to turn a quick profit by selling the tiny ornament to scrap metal dealers.
Oscar Pistorius -- the standout athlete now on trial accused of the murder of his girlfriend -- plans to sell his Pretoria home "to raise the necessary funds to cover his increasing legal costs," a statement on his website said Thursday.
CNN was aboard a Royal Australian Air Force C-130 as it scoured the Indian Ocean for possible debris from Flight 370.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux takes a look at why there weren't any phone calls from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Taliban militants stormed a police station in eastern Afghanistan, and a deadly gun battle ensued, the country's Interior Ministry said.