As Turkey mourned dozens of people massacred at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport, investigators sought answers on who's behind the terror attack on one of Europe's busiest transit hubs.
The attack on Istanbul's main airport has underlined President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's increased weakness, a vulnerability that's a product of the actions of Turkey's allies and opponents alike. But it's partly Erdogan's own doing.
Less than a week ago, they were newlywed lovebirds, enjoying a honeymoon. But amid automatic gunfire and screaming victims, Steven Nabil and Narneem Shorees became convinced that their recent nuptials would soon be followed by funerals.
With just 38 days to go before the Rio Olympics kicks off, the situation in the host city just went from bad to worse.
Before the UK voted to Brexit, it was suggested that the turnout of young people could decide the result. If the youth rocked the vote, the logic went, Remain would win.
Rodrigo Duterte takes office Thursday as the Philippines' 16th president, but the traditional "honeymoon" stage for the tough-talking, anti-crime crusader has already soured.
Republicans are trying to embrace Donald Trump -- but he isn't making it easy.
Hong Kong has its own legal system, government, currency, flag and Olympic sports team.
The handwritten letter relays a desperate message: "S.O.S. Please help me."
They can't shake the images from their minds.
There can't be many full-time bloggers in the world who employ wealth managers.
Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump by six points, 44% to 38%, in a Fox News poll of registered voters released Wednesday, marking an uptick from similar polls released in May and June.
Alexander Lukashenko -- often called "the last dictator in Europe" -- certainly has well-disciplined citizens.
The flight data recorder on doomed EgyptAir Flight 804 indicates possible lavatory and avionics smoke before the plane plummeted into the Mediterranean Sea, the nation's civil aviation ministry said Wednesday.
This summer, seminal British pop artist David Hockney is offering the public an intimate look into his star-studded personal circle.
Don't freak out about Brexit; it's not the worst thing, writes David Wheeler. Instead, why not see it as opportunity for UK to become 51st state?
From Kevin Rudd to Julia Gillard, back to Rudd and then to Tony Abbott, it seems Australia can barely keep one leader for a single term in office. Less than a year ago, Abbott was ousted by his longtime rival Malcolm Turnbull.
There has been an ongoing debate about just how much of the industrial chemical Bisphenol A (or BPA) lurks in canned foods and whether it poses a health risk.
Think of it as Hogwarts, American style."Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling has written a piece which reveals more about the U.S. based magical community in a new entry on her Pottermore site.
She might be serving a two-year doping ban, but tennis star Maria Sharapova won't be twiddling her thumbs during that enforced sabbatical after enrolling for a course at the prestigious Harvard Business School.
Roger Federer sent British fan favorite Marcus Willis packing from Wimbledon, but not before everyone under the roof at centre court had a good time.
What do Anna Wintour, a jet-setting Slim Aarons subject and a quirky Wes Anderson character have in common? Really stylish tennis outfits of course. The tennis look, with its classic iconography and crisp miniskirts has long been a hit among the glamorous and eccentric.
It's been almost a week since the British public went to the polls and set in motion one of the most traumatic periods in the country's recent history.
On Tuesday night, outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron dined with European leaders for a "last supper" in Brussels to address the momentous implications of Britain's vote to leave the EU.
Lindsey Vonn wants to start a family but says she needs to find a guy first.
Glorious Goodwood, which will be held next month at the "world's most beautiful racecourse," just got richer.
From graphic designer to wedding snapper to top motorsport photographer -- Shiv Gohil has come along way in rapid time.
Marquise Goodwin isn't your average Olympian.
Australian photographer and artist Jane Long often threads elements of fantasy into her works. But her latest series takes surrealism to a whole new level.
A video featuring naked wax celebs in bed with him is not art, says Peggy Drexler, it's bullying, and a dangerous reinforcement of rape culture and non-consent.
Novak Djokovic may currently be the alpha male of the tennis court -- but Roger Federer remains the greatest player in history.
With the largest coral reef ecosystem in the world, the Great Barrier Reef is one of seven natural wonders of the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Terror attacks, the nearby Syrian civil war and a Russian ban on certain goods and services are making 2016 a rough year for Turkey, CNN's Ivan Watson says.
Video from inside Istanbul's Ataturk Airport shows people fleeing after suicide bombers targeted the airport.
Despite recent shortages, researchers have found a helium reserve in Tanzania that could fill more than 1.2 million medical MRI scanners.
After several weeks of legal limbo, a judge has ruled the lighthouse Cuban migrants climbed is not "dry land." The 24 Cuban migrants will be sent home.
Kellogg's is opening an all-cereal café in Times Square. CNNMoney's Cristina Alesci samples its sugary creations.
"Lesedi La Rona," a 1,109-carat diamond found in Botswana, is expected to sell for $70 million at an auction on June 29, 2016.
From Spain to France, China and the United States, people around the world react the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU.