Theresa May hit by bombshell resignations over Brexit deal
Will.i.am's augmented reality revolution
Will.i.am wears a lot of hats: Grammy Award-winning musician; co-founder of the Black Eyed Peas; a judge on TV's "The Voice;" headphones entrepreneur.
Meet the world's most life-like robot
The field of robotics is fast-growing. Robots can now perform complicated movements with elegance -- back-flipping, practicing parkour moves, even "carving" classical sculptures.
Can AI create a masterpiece?
"Edmond de Belamy" has made history as the first work of art produced by artificial intelligence to be sold at auction.
Chinese air passengers to rule skies by 2040
Istanbul's new airport could be world's largest
EasyJet plans electric planes by 2030
How Azerbaijan became the 'Land of Fire'
Bathing in Baku: How to hammam like a local
The mud volcano capital of the world
Brexit deal in the balance: Latest updates
Theresa May vows to fight on as UK Prime Minister in the face of intense opposition to her troubled Brexit deal, cabinet resignations and the possibility of vote of no-confidence.
Scientists confirm massive impact crater beneath Greenland's ice
A team of international researchers has verified the discovery of the first-ever meteorite impact crater found deep beneath the Greenland ice sheet.
Theresa May has been British Prime Minister since July 2016. She is the second woman to hold the office. The first was Margaret Thatcher.
Channel Islanders could be left in the dark after electricity supplier threatens to cut power
Residents on the remote Channel Island of Sark face being left without power after the sole electricity supplier threatened to cut off its supply in the wake of a dispute with the island's government over pricing.
Use of underwear in Irish rape trial sparks outrage
Women around the world are posting pictures of their underwear on Twitter after a 27-year-old man was acquitted in a rape trial in Ireland during which a teenager's thong was used as evidence.
Search for $98 million EuroMillions winner intensifies
EuroMillions bosses are hunting for the mystery winner of a jackpot worth nearly $98 million after pinpointing the region where the winning ticket was bought.
Draft Brexit deal reached
The UK and EU have agreed on the text of a Brexit "withdrawal agreement." Follow here for the latest.
Former Nazi concentration camp guard testifies in court
In 1942, Johann Rehbogen was a teenage SS guard stationed at the Stutthof concentration camp in Poland. In court on Tuesday, the 94-year-old denied knowing the extent of the atrocities committed there.
Britain's Prince Charles, the heir apparent of Queen Elizabeth II, has been "monarch-in-waiting" since 1952. That's the longest in British history.
Ireland to create women-only roles to close academia's gender gap
Ireland has announced a new plan to combat gender inequality in higher education by creating women-only professor positions across its universities and technology institutes.
2015 Paris Terror Attacks Fast Facts
Read CNN's Fast Facts about the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris that killed at least 130 people and wounded hundreds.
Theresa May touts response to Russia's 'reckless' use of chemical weapons in Salisbury
UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday lauded Europe's response to Russia's "reckless" use of chemical weapons.
Ceremonies mark 100 years since end of WWI
Solemn ceremonies took place around the world Sunday to mark 100 years to the day since the Armistice that saw the end of World War I.
A poisoned memorial to World War I: The forests of Verdun
The guns of World War I fell silent 100 years ago here, but a quiet battle still smolders on in this forest. Roots of trees and arms of ivy grapple with the legacy of four years of war, fighting to reclaim the landscape from the scars of a past conflict.
France grounds Ryanair plane with 149 on board over long-running subsidies dispute
A Ryanair airplane was grounded by French authorities Thursday in a long-running row over subsidies, delaying passengers by up to five hours.
Why Germans won't be commemorating WWI centenary
When the clock strikes 11 on Sunday it will mark 100 years since World War I ended. For Germany, the landmark date has raised difficult questions about how the country remembers its wartime past.
Merkel slams resurgence of anti-Semitism, 80 years after Kristallnacht
The Chancellor condemned a "worrying" resurgence of anti-Semitism in Germany during a speech marking 80 years since the 1938 rampage of state-sponsored violence by the Nazi regime against Jewish communities.
Poland independence day marred by controversy
Poland marks 100 years of independence on Sunday, at the same time as the centenary of the armistice that ended World War I is commemorated around Europe.
France hit by 69% rise in anti-Semitic acts
Anti-Semitic acts in France increased by 69% in the first nine months of 2018, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said Friday.
Taliban representatives in Moscow signal Russia's rising diplomatic clout
Representatives of the Taliban took a seat at a conference table in Moscow on Friday alongside members of Afghanistan's High Peace Council, in a forum the Russian Foreign Ministry has billed as an unprecedented event.