North and South Korea will hold a "high-level meeting" Wednesday ahead of planned family reunions of people from the two countries, Seoul said Tuesday.
The Washington Post has published dramatic security camera video showing U.S. commandos capturing al Qaeda member Anas al-Libi in Tripoli last October.
An anti-drone activist and journalist from Pakistan is missing after being abducted from his home, his lawyer said Monday.
A Spanish judge issued international arrest warrants Monday for China's former President Jiang Zemin and former Prime Minister Li Peng for alleged genocide against the people of Tibet, Spain's National Court in Madrid said.
CNN's Ivan Watson explores Sochi's rise from a Black sea resort to the host of the 2014 Winter Games.
Rafael Araujo's illustrations are bewilderingly complex - so complex that you might assume the artist uses a computer to render the exacting angles and three-dimensional illusions. And true, if you were to recreate his intricate mathematical illustrations using software, it probably wouldn't take you long at all. But the craziest part of all is that Araujo doesn't use modern technology to create his intricately drawn Calculations series - unless, of course, you count a ruler and protractor.
The Obama administration is considering killing a suspected terrorist who is a U.S. citizen.
Syria's warring sides began a new round of peace talks Monday, days after a first session managed little beyond a pledge to evacuate civilians from the besieged city of Homs.
A South Korean church accepts unwanted newborns, allowing them to be placed anonymously in a "baby box."
It was supposed to be part of the magic of taking the World Cup to Brazil, that a city deep in the heart of the legendary Amazonian rainforest would be hosting matches.
An American man disappeared in Mexico in December 2013 during a cross-country motorcycle trip.
Kenneth Bae, a Korean-American being held in North Korea, says he is worried about his health after authorities moved him back into a labor camp following a stay in a hospital.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen on why thousands are angry after a zoo in Copenhagen culled a healthy giraffe.
Harry Devert's motorcycle journey from the United States to Latin America is somewhat reminiscent of "The Motorcycle Diaries," which recount the South American travels of revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara on an old motorbike in search of his insurgent spirit.
Villages cut off by floodwater, rail links severed and huge waves pounding coastlines.
Iranian and International Atomic Energy Agency officials jointly said Sunday that Iran has agreed to take seven more steps by May to ease international concern over Tehran's nuclear program.
American bobsledder Johnny Quinn is the Olympics' version of the Incredible Hulk. Or something like that.
The mysterious castaway who turned up in the Marshall Islands after saying he spent 13 months at sea has been moved to an undisclosed location to avoid the media, sources familiar with his care told CNN on Saturday.
An online petition to save a healthy young giraffe from death has failed, despite thousands of signatures.
A senior Iranian naval official said Iran is sending warships toward U.S. maritime borders to send a message -- a move a U.S. defense official characterized as an announcement, not a deployment.