At least 38 people were killed and 41 injured early Friday when two tourist buses crashed in northeastern Egypt, the country's semi-official news website Al-Ahram Online reported.
"If you're not scared, there's probably something wrong with you." Producer Jon Jensen reflects on his Gaza assignment.
Yazidi refugees who fled from ISIS are running out of supplies and running out of options. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
American Ebola patients Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol are out of the hospital.
A Ukrainian official accuses Russia of directly invading the country under the guise of humanitarian aid.
More than 70 nations, 1,000 athletes and as many horses. The World Equestrian Games are upon us.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel says the U.S. is "looking at all options" to fight ISIS, and "we must prepare for everything."
The death toll in Gaza continued to rise Friday, a day after an Israeli strike killed three senior leaders of Hamas' military wing.
A couple has been accused of transferring funds from missing MH370 passengers' accounts as the search for MH370 goes on.
A one-nun brewing operation, Sister Doris is putting Germany's women beer makers on the map. Sort of.
BKS Iyengar, the man who brought yoga to the masses, has died at the age of 95. CNN's Sumnima Udas shares his story.
More than a month after the airliner they were traveling on was shot out of the skies above eastern Ukraine, the bodies of 20 Malaysian passengers arrived back in Kuala Lumpur as Malaysia observed a national day of mourning.
Two American missionaries infected with the deadly Ebola virus were given an experimental drug.
Offensive remarks about China made by Australian tycoon and politician Clive Palmer have struck a chord on Chinese social media -- with some users actually seeing them in a positive light.
The military leader who took control of Thailand in a coup in May has been named the country's prime minister.
When freelance journalist Steven Sotloff disappeared during a reporting trip to Syria in August 2013, his family kept the news a secret. Families of hostages are frequently advised to do this by security firms, and news organizations are sometimes willing to cooperate.
"We need long-term to take out ISIS' leadership, to degrade their operational capabilities, to cut off their financing sources, to go after them in a comprehensive way to cut off their ability to do the things we've seen them do."
Missile strikes have resumed in Israel and Gaza after the latest cease-fire lapsed. CNN's John Vause reports.
Erdal Inci clones himself in digital form to create a surreal selfie army. The effect is pretty trippy.