The annual meeting of business and political leaders in Davos wrapped up Friday with two of the world's most powerful people disagreeing over how to address the climate crisis and youth activists excoriating the international elite for not doing enough to prevent global warming.
Social media videos appear to show patients overcrowd hospitals in Wuhan -- a city under partial lockdown -- due to the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. CNN's David Culver reports.
The United States has declined the United Kingdom's request to extradite American citizen Anne Sacoolas, the wife of an American diplomat, who was charged with causing the death by dangerous driving of a British teenager last August.
Speaking on the tenth anniversary of the 2003 SARS crisis, Zhong Nanshan, one of the heroes in China's fight against that disease, described its as a "turning point" for the nation.
One of the passengers on the Ukrainian jet downed by Iranian missiles earlier this month was a businesswoman who was the boss of two companies cited in a UN report for links to the shadowy arms trade supplying the protracted civil war in Libya.
This drone footage captured over a frozen lake in northwest China looks like the inside of a kaleidoscope.
The United Kingdom made history last year when it became the first major economy to commit to pumping no more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than it removes by 2050.
What becomes of an agent for change who doesn't change much?
Chinese stocks continued to fall Wednesday as a new virus spreads throughout the region, complicating plans for the millions of people traveling over the Lunar New Year.
Muhammad Haryz Nadzim, a three-year-old with an IQ of 142, became the youngest member of the high IQ organization Mensa UK.
A South African wedding venue is facing criticism after the owners declined to host a lesbian couple's wedding because of their Christian beliefs.
It was the worst street corner for a drug deal.
Poor Edgar Allan Poe. In life, he was a haunted writer whose Gothic works went largely unappreciated. In death, he's a celebrated literary icon whose talent has earned him no fewer than three memorial sites.
Chris Gursky nearly died hang gliding. No, that's not an exaggeration. There's a viral video to prove it.
It's Saturday morning in Civita di Bagnoregio, and the locals are patrolling the medieval walls, eyeing the visitors as they make their way toward the village.
Being awarded a Michelin star was once the ultimate culinary accolade -- a reward for the punishing hours and dedication to detail that helped usher chefs into the upper echelons of their industry and bring big-spending diners into their restaurants.