Monkeys and bananas. It's as natural a pairing as squirrels and nuts or movies and popcorn.
Koryo Tours' Simon Cockerell talks about what it's like to hit the slopes at North Korea's newest resort.
A man lies dead; his severely emaciated body makes the rib cage protruding from his midsection look violent and sharp. A child sits in the dirt, the closed storefront behind him spray-painted with the words "I swear to God I am hungry." The lifeless body of a baby lies discolored and wrapped in a white sheet. Rights groups say people are starving at the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp, just 6 miles from central Damascus, Syira.
Shezanne Cassim, the American who was imprisoned in the UAE for making a parody video, sits down exclusively with CNN.
A five-hour killing rampage allegedly involving execution-style killings in Brazil's southeastern city of Campinas has left 12 people dead -- and authorities investigating whether the incidents may have been perpetrated by police.
Bombings killed at least 26 people and wounded scores in the latest wave of attacks in and around the Iraqi capital.
Bikes that hover above the ground, shield you from traffic, and even clean the air while you ride. This is the future of cycling.
Temperatures hit 42.2 Celsius (108 Fahrenheit) at the Australia Open, leading to players and ball boys fainting and accusations of "inhumane" treatment.
With 23 million people crammed onto an island that covers just more than 36,000 square kilometers, Taiwan ranks among the 20 most densely populated places in the world.
Pakistan honors the teen who died stopping suicide bomber. Ralitsa Vassileva reports on the tributes around the country.
The North Korean luxury ski resort features a giant hotel and 11 runs.
At least 12 young men were killed in separate incidents within hours of one another. CNN's Shasta Darlington reports.
Rock icon Neil Young and the Canadian government don't see eye to eye on the country's oil sands energy projects and they most definitely have different views on how rock stars live.
The United States will provide an additional $380 million in humanitarian assistance to help those affected by the war in Syria, Secretary of State John Kerry announced Wednesday.
A Danish woman has filed a police complaint saying that she was gang-raped and robbed near a train station in the Indian capital of New Delhi on Tuesday night, authorities said.
U.S. officials reacted angrily Tuesday to comments attributed to Israel's defense minister criticizing Secretary of State John Kerry's efforts to broker a peace agreement between Israel and Palestinians.
A Chinese theme park plans to build a replica of the Titanic that allows visitors to experience an iceberg "collision."
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has signed a law banning same-sex marriage. CNN's Vladimir Duthiers reports.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Pope Francis, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said after his own stop at the Vatican Tuesday -- though it wasn't immediately clear when the meeting between President and pontiff will happen.
Russia has expelled an American journalist and author critical of President Vladimir Putin in one of the first such cases since the Cold War.