Russian authorities detained a US diplomat accused of attempting to recruit a Russian intelligence officer into the CIA .
Several countries may not be able to enter the Eurovision song contest because of the economic crisis.
Spotify lists the five rock star moms who get streamed the most by its listeners. Shanon Cook shares the list.
Despite lingering questions, Boston residents are returning to daily life. CNN's Paula Newton reports.
Meteorologist Pedram Javaheri tracks tropical cyclone Mahasen as it crosses the Indian Ocean.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif claims election victory after being deposed during a military coup in 1999.
Prince Harry continues his U.S. tour by attending the Warrior Games, a paralympic event for wounded veterans.
A fight broke out on the floor of Venezuela's parliament. The opposition wants a presidential election recount.
Family and friends gather for the funeral of the teen who committed suicide after allegedly being raped and bullied.
As North Koreans celebrate Day of the Sun, some South Koreans put their anxiety aside to enjoy the spring weather.
A musician in Syria has found an innovative way to make instruments from weapons.
CNN's Shasta Darlington reports from Buenos Aires on the dark period in Argentine history, when thousands disappeared.
CNN's David McKenzie reports on Xi Jinping becoming the next Chinese president.
U.S Secretary of State John Kerry will discuss the Syrian conflict with the Arab League. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
As ex-PM Silvio Berlusconi arrived at a polling station in Italy on Sunday, topless protesters pushed through the crowd.
Accused of murdering his model girlfriend, Oscar Pistorius breaks down in court. CNN's Errol Barnettt has the latest.
CNN's Phil Black reports on the meteor shower that injured hundreds in Russia.
Several people are reported killed in an attack on a camp for Iranian exiles in Iraq. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
The UNHCR believes there will be more than one million Syrian refugees before June. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports.
CNN s Mohammed Jamjoom gets exclusive access, as the Jordanian Border Guard assists those fleeing Syrian violence.
Jonathan Mann talks with ITN Correspondent Lindsey Hilsum as she drives into Gao with Malian troops.
Japan's government unveils a $117 billion dollar stimulus package. Alex Zolbert reports from Tokyo.
The UN says that 620,000 are registered as Syrian refugees. CNN's Joe Duran visited some of the camps where they live.
CNN's Tim Lister has more on France and how it will be involved in the Mali conflict.
Protesters in Northern Ireland oppose a decision by the Belfast City Council to stop flying the Union flag year-round.
Nominations are in and Kim Serafin takes a look at the leading contenders to take home an Oscar this year.
Pakistan says Indian troops attacked a Pakistani military post in Kashmir. CNN Producer Shaan Khan has latest.
Thousands of people have been stranded and at least 100 homes destroyed as wildfires raced across Tasmania.
Rumors persist that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez is sicker than the government says. The latest from World Report.
After public outrage over gang rape, a shift in attitudes. CNN's Sumnima Udas reports.
A man describes the brutal rape of his friend and their struggle to find help after being dumped from a New Delhi bus.
Suspects in the India gang-rape case face possible murder charges, according to New Delhi police.
Which actors and actresses topped Forbes' list of those making the most for each dollar they earn? Kim Serafin reports.
Spaniards and immigrants seek relief in austerity-driven Spain. Al Goodman catches up with three people in the crisis.
Authorities say at least one person died and 40 people were injured after a fire broke out in a warehouse in Lagos.
CNN's Robyn Curnow reports on the release of Nelson Mandela from a hospital in South Africa.
CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports on a video that seems to show Syria's military police chief defecting to join the rebels.
Watch Christians gather around the world as the pope celebrates Christmas Eve Mass.
Who was snubbed by the Grammys? Which actors are overpaid? Stephen Baldwin arrested. Kim Serafin reports.
Two men prepare to spend a year in space and gather data on the long-term effects of space travel. Jim Clancy reports.
Typhoon Bopha makes landfall on Mindanao, leaving residents stranded and cut off from help. Tom Sater explains.
Multiple explosions have been reported "in the vicinity of Jalalabad Airfield" in eastern Afghanistan.
An unknown number of cars were trapped early Sunday after a tunnel collapsed west of Tokyo. CNN's Alex Zolbert reports.
Charlie Sheen's show of support, Lindsay Lohan's new charges and Halle Berry's deal with the father of her child.
CNN's Arwa Damon reports via satellite phone about the loss of Internet and cell phone service in Syria.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports from Ramallah, where people have taken to the streets in celebration of the U.N. vote.
A former Mexican mayor who survived two previous attacks is brutally murdered. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on Hamas's position after the conflict with Israel: indications are it has emerged stronger.
Air raid sirens sounded and a rocket hit as CNN's Frederik Pleitgen spoke to Colleen McEdwards from Ashkelon, Israel.
CNN's Fred Pleitgen reports from Israel as air raid sirens go off and a rocket makes impact.
President Obama begins his Asia visit, which will include a stop in Myanmar. CNN's Dan Rivers reports.
Zain Verjee talks with Cherie Blair, wife of former UK PM Tony Blair.
Concert for Sandy recovery, Jennifer Lawrence's weight, plus Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez reunited?
A weak economy pushes Japan's prime minister to call for special elections. CNN's Alex Zolbert reports.
Kim Serafin of InTouch Weekly has the skinny on some of the week's biggest stories from Hollywood
This video purports to show government forces shelling a bakery in Aleppo that reportedly killed dozens of people.
Retired cyclist Lance Armstrong speaks out at a gala marking the 15th anniversary of his Livestrong cancer foundation.
Syria is under suspicion for Friday's deadly attack in Lebanon. CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom has the latest update.
Angelina Jolie, Justin & Jessica and Uma's unusual baby name ... Kim Serafin has the weekly update from Hollywood.
CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom talks about how the Syrian government is trying to regain control of a key location.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh says the latest exchange is hugely significant in raising tension between Turkey and Syria.
Pope Benedict's former butler, Paolo Gabriele has been found guilty of leaking secret papers. Barbie Nadeau reports.
Singer Rihanna and Chris Brown may be back together. Kim Serafin of "In Touch Weekly" has the latest.
Officials are beginning their investigation into a Hong Kong ferry collision that left 38 people dead.
Two passenger boats collided off the coast of Hong Kong on Monday, killing 25 people. CNN's Ramy Inocencio reports.
Get the latest on Lady Gaga's bold body revelation, Reese Witherspoon's baby, Adele and James Bond.
An al-Qaeda linked group loses key port city of Kismayo. CNN's Natalie Allen gets details from Emmanuel Kisiangani.
CNN's Richard Roth reports on the latest in the China-Japan land dispute and what Japan's PM said in front of the UN.
Hundreds of Libyan protestors have stormed the headquarters of an extremist militia. CNN's Arwa Damon has the details.
MD Anderson Cancer Center has a plan for dramatically reducing cancer deaths in the next few years.
A look at the contenders for the 2012 Emmy awards. Kim Serafin takes a look at the best.
New Libyan Prime Minister Mustafa Abushagur talks to CNN's Arwa Damon about Libya's ability to handle safety concerns.
Japan Airlines has gone from bankruptcy to the biggest IPO of the year next to Facebook. Alex Zolbert reports.
Former Pakistani Ambassador to UK Akbar Ahmed explains why the anti-Muslim film is considered offensive.
Several Japanese plants in China have shut down after a wave of violence. CNN's Nina dos Santos reports.
Ernie Bower discusses Aung San Suu Kyi's visit to the U.S. and what's ahead for her country.
CNN's Stan Grant reports on the latest in the China-Japan land dispute and the U.S. Secy. of Defense's visit to China.
CNN's Stan Grant reports on the fallout from the island dispute between China and Japan.
In its 38th season premiere, "Saturday Night Live" poked fun of the upcoming 2012 presidential election.
China talks tough in Japan island dispute. CNN Producer Alex Zolbert reports on the disputed set of islands.
Millions of people in Cuba lose power, and is believed to be the result of a transmission line outage.
A suicide bomber kills 6 near NATO headquarters in Kabul. CNN's Anna Coren reports.
Check out this huge sinkhole that opened up on a highway in Canada. It's so big it swallowed a car.
A koala surprises a group of people in Australia by swimming across a river towards their canoe and climbing in it.
As Isaac makes landfall, authorities in Haiti worry about mudslides and flooding. CNN's Martin Savidge reports.
Pakistani human rights officials report 943 "honor" murders of women in 2011. A look at what drives these alleged crimes.
The United Nations named Algeria's Lakhdar Brahimi as the new joint envoy to Syria. CNN's Nic Robertson reports.
Disability rights activist John Kelly explains the case against assisted suicide.
A Russian punk band will soon learn if they'll be sent to prison for holding an impromptu anti-government performance.
Mark Goudkamp, spokesman for Refugee Action Coalition Sydney, tells CNN it's a "sad day" for human rights in Australia.
2012 Republican ticket Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan answer questions regarding Ryan's Medicare proposal.
Jennifer Lopez has filed a $20 million lawsuit against her former driver. Kim Serafin has the latest.
CNN's Ben Wedeman reports from Syria on the desperate need for doctors amid bombardment by government forces.
South Korean rapper Park Jae Sang, also known as "PSY" has released a new music video that has gone viral.
The latest on the Jackson family dispute, Cuba Gooding Jr.'s bar incident, and Beyonce's biopic. Kim Serafin reports.
New York University's Arun Sundararajan talks about the impact of the blackouts on India's economy.
Syrians besieged in Aleppo are desperately trying to leave the city. CNN's Ivan Watson reports.