A woman with a mysterious smile is one of the most magnetic draws at the world's most popular museum.
Tossed in a truck, robbed. Dumped at a house. Held for ransom.
At least three people have been killed and 52 injured after Buddhist mobs rampaged through Muslim areas in southwest Sri Lanka, police say.
The lawyer for the first mate of the ill-fated Sewol ferry told an emotionally-charged court his client left the sinking ship because he thought the coast guard would be able to rescue the passengers.
ISIS is now being called the world's richest terrorist group. Randi Kaye reports on who is funding them.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen travels to Japiri, Brazil, home to the country's first public program to teach golf to poor kids.
As Islamic militants continue their murderous advance in Iraq, the Pentagon is moving more firepower and manpower into the region to prepare for whatever U.S. President Barack Obama orders.
UK Foreign Secretary William Hague announced plans Tuesday for the United Kingdom to reopen its embassy in Tehran, Iran, closed since an attack by protesters in 2011 prompted a dramatic breakdown in relations.
CNN's Arwa Damon reports on the chilling videos and images which show ISIS interrogating and killing prisoners.
The World Cup has brought little economic improvement to Rio de Janeiro's poorest slums. CNN's Isa Soares reports.
A jogger captured the moment he was chased into his car by a wild bear while on a run.
Nearly 20 suspected Boko Haram gunmen opened fire on market vendors in Nigeria, killing 15 people in Borno state, witnesses say.
ISIS posted chilling photos on the internet, claiming to show the mass execution of Iraqi soldiers.
China executed 13 people Monday who were indicted on terrorism charges related to attacks on public places in Xinjiang province in recent months, according to China's Xinhua news agency.
Lawyers for prisoners charged in the September 11 attacks say the FBI has questioned more members of the Guantanamo Bay detainees' defense team than were previously disclosed, attorneys for Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four others said.
Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says that African governments must ensure that spending on education is prioritized.
Kurdish fighters, known as the Peshmerga, appear to be the only force in Iraq holding ISIS at bay. Arwa Damon reports.
The deadline for Kiev to pay off nearly $2 billion dollars of debt to Russia has passed. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
Kenya's interior minister is reporting a brutal attack in the coastal town of Mpeketoni. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports