Three people killed, plus attacker, near UK Parliament
Gallery: Dramatic pictures of the attack
Eyewitnesses: 'There were bodies on the bridge'
Watch and hear firsthand accounts of the Parliament attack in London.
Story behind woman who became face of Brussels attack
On March 22, 2016, explosions rocked Brussels, killing 32 and injuring over 300 with the photo of air hostess Nidhi Chaphekar epitomizing the horror and tragedy of the attacks.
Trump to attend NATO meeting in May
US President Donald Trump will attend a NATO leaders' summit scheduled for May, the White House has confirmed.
French: Minister resigns over jobs for family
French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux has resigned amid allegations that he improperly hired his teenage daughters as aides.
UK joins US airline electronics ban
Dutch election: Rutte's victory is official
Conservative Prime Minister Mark Rutte's comfortable victory over far-right firebrand Geert Wilders was officially confirmed by the Dutch Electoral Council on Tuesday.
The woman 'facelifting' soccer's men's club
As FIFA's secretary general, Fatma Samba Diouf Samoura is one of the most powerful figures in world football.
Opinion: For Lithuanians, Russian threat is chilling
A few days ago I was talking to my daughter about World War II. She couldn't believe that the US had helped Russia win a war against Germany.
Martin McGuinness dies at 66
Martin McGuinness, former Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland died on Monday night after a short illness, according to a statement released by the Sinn Fein party. He was 66.
French election candidates debate Europe, trade
FBI testimony ignored by Russian TV
As America's FBI chief confirmed an investigation into alleged Kremlin interference in US politics, Russia state TV was knee deep in other news, seemingly ignoring the dramatic events unfolding in Washington.
UK confirms date Brexit process will begin
Other member states will "realize it's not worth leaving" the European Union after they see the deal the UK gets, the European Commission President has warned.
Stephen Hawking: "I may not be welcome" in US
British scientist Stephen Hawking fears he "may not be welcome" in the United States now that Donald Trump is President.
Where are the world's happiest countries?
Titanic diving tours go on sale
Intimate photos reveal The Beatles' private world
McGuinness: From IRA terrorist to political leader
The secret to Iceland's happiness? It's in the water
When it comes to socializing, England has its pubs. Italy has its piazzas. And Iceland has its pools.
Why Stradivari violins smash auction records
F1's debt to 'little man with enormous energy'
15 of the world's best bungee jumps
Gene Simmons on Prince: He 'did it all'
KISS bassist Gene Simmons speaks to CNN's Pamela Brown about his immense respect for Prince.
Mysterious fireball lights up night sky
A bright glowing object, believed to be a meteor, flashed through the atmosphere above northeast Scotland, lighting the night sky and startling residents.
The crystal Bible to last a billion years
Researchers in the U.K. have developed digital data discs that can survive possibly longer than the human race.
Cricket spaghetti sold in France
This business in northeastern France is making pasta out of creepy crawlies.
What is the European Union?
CNN's Max Foster explains the origins and founding philosophy of the European Union.
500-year-old shipwreck emerges from river
A 15th century merchant ship has been raised from a riverbed in the Netherlands.
Jews leave France in record numbers
New data from Israel shows that a record number of French Jews have left France in the twelve months since the Charlie Hebdo attacks.