From Kiev to Caracas, protesters are taking their indignation to a walkie-talkie app, but some may be running into government roadblocks.
Crying has a negative image in Japan, but now you can attend a crying seminar that one man says is good for your health.
CNN's Ted Rowlands reports on the arrest of notorious drug lord, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, and his life on the run.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh tours the home of Ukraine's former president. What does it say about the country's past? Its future?
Egypt's army-backed government resigned Monday, state-run Nile TV said.
The oldest holocaust survivor has died just days before a documentary on her life is up for an Oscar.
Beijingers are once again choking as smog levels hit "heavy or even worse" levels in the capital and a number of other cities across the country.
Japan's government is to allow some residents around the crippled Fukushima nuclear plant to return to their homes to live for the first time since the March, 2011 disaster.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni signed into law Monday a bill that criminalizes homosexuality.
Authorities in Ukraine have issued an arrest warrant for ousted President Viktor Yanukovych, saying he is wanted for the "mass killings" of civilians.
With its tradition of free speech, Hong Kongers have long prided themselves on their strong opinions and loud mouths. But now local journalists say they are being shut up.
CNN's Elise Labott details the interesting answers nominees for ambassadors gave during their confirmation process.
Violent protests erupt over World Cup spending in Sao Paolo, Brazil. Thousands protest over costs of the World Cup.
President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin went to great lengths to portray their phone call Friday as evidence the two leaders were working together to stabilize the situation in Ukraine.
The Taliban says it is suspending talks with the United States to exchange Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl -- the only American soldier held as a captive -- for five Taliban prisoners.
Could protests be the beginning of the end for Venezuela's socialist government?
A tidal wave of change has washed over Ukraine, sweeping away its president, setting free a beloved opposition leader, and leaving an altered political landscape.
A prison inmate who murdered a Maryland teen was killed Sunday after he shot three guards inside an Israeli prison, officials said.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman eluded arrest for so long that the stories about him veered closer and closer to the stuff of legend.
Ukraine President Viktor Yanukovych appeared to be gone from the capital Saturday, a day after he signed a landmark peace deal with the opposition.