Nothing will come out of meeting because Trump doesn't follow through on anything, diplomat says
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7 electric aircraft you could be flying in soon
Spurred by concerns about climate change, governments and companies worldwide are making plans for a post-oil era.
Prototype planes that shaped the way we fly
Aircraft manufacturers have produced some magnificent planes throughout aviation's history, and while many have ruled the skies, some have barely left the ground.
Dilapidated relics of the Soviet era
Stunning shipping container homes
Watch how a firework is made
For centuries, fireworks have been used to mark major events around the world: the births of nations, weddings, birthdays, funerals and New Year's celebrations.
Crude oil bath 'cures disease'
Caspian city of lost dreams
Land of Fire opens up to visitors
Russia set to reopen city where Russian scientists say Novichok was made
Russia has declared it will reopen the closed city where Russian scientists say chemical weapons and nerve agents, including the Novichok substance used in the Salisbury chemical attack, were made.
Evacuations ordered as fires rage in Sweden
Nearly 100 people were forced to leave their homes overnight, the latest affected by dozens of wildfires raging across Sweden as far north as the Arctic Circle.
'Peaceful' Montenegro rebuffs Trump comments
Montenegro responded to US President Donald Trump's remark that it is "very aggressive" by saying it was proud of its "peaceful politics."
Macron's senior aide given 'warning' for beating protesters
A senior security advisor to French President Emmanuel Macron is under investigation for beating up protesters at a May Day demonstration.
Turkey lifts state of emergency, two years after coup almost toppled Erdogan
Turkey lifted a state of emergency Thursday, two years after a dramatic coup attempt nearly toppled President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Spain might be next to criminalize sex without affirmative consent
Spain may soon join a growing list of countries to classify sex without explicit consent as rape.
Dozens of wildfires are raging across Sweden
Sweden is struggling to battle dozens of severe, drought-fueled forest fires raging across the country.
Obama says men have been getting on 'his nerves'
Former US president Barack Obama is urging more women to get involved in social movements and governance "because men have been getting on my nerves recently."
'Putin's poodle:' Newspapers react to the Trump-Putin meeting
Newspapers around the world ran different photographs of the same scene on their front pages on Tuesday morning -- US President Donald Trump and Russia's President Vladimir Putin standing side-by-side at a news conference following their two-hour meeting in Helsinki, Finland.
One in every 100 UK children's books has an ethnic minority main character
Just 1% of children's books published in the UK last year featured an ethnic minority main character, according to a UK report.
Norway Terror Attacks Fast Facts
Read CNN's Norway Terror Attacks Fast Facts and learn about the 2011 Norwegian terrorist attacks by Anders Breivik that killed 77 people.
Europe 'can't completely rely on White House,' German FM says
Heiko Maas said the EU could "no longer completely rely on the White House" after Trump described the bloc, a key US ally, as a "foe" in an interview.
Read CNN's Fast Facts on Wimbledon, the Grand Slam tennis tournament that is played on grass courts.
July 21 2005 London Bombings Fast Facts
Read CNN's July 21 2005 London Bombings Fast Facts and learn about the unsuccessful terrorist attacts in London. No one was killed or injured in the attacks.
Read Fast Facts from CNN about Great Britain's Houses of Parliament, located on the Thames River in London.
Pussy Riot claims credit for interrupting World Cup final
Pussy Riot claimed responsibility for a group of protesters who took the field during the final World Cup match in Moscow on Sunday, indicating in a statement that the field invasion was staged to bring attention to political injustices in Russia.
Protests followed Trump through Europe all weekend
Protests were already underway in Helsinki on Sunday as President Donald Trump left Scotland, bound for the Finnish capital ahead of his Monday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Helsinki's bunkers: How Finland survives in Russia's shadow
On the busy streets of Finland's capital, Helsinki, security preparations are underway to host a much-anticipated summit between US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Since Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne in 1952, 11 US presidents have been elected. The Queen has met with all of them except Lyndon B. Johnson.
Sacha Baron Cohen enrages Sarah Palin with 'evil' humor
Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin lashed out on Facebook after being tricked into an interview with comedian Sacha Baren Cohen for his upcoming TV show.