China has defended an escalating crackdown in the far western province of Xinjiang as necessary for security, claiming inmates of "re-education camps" are happier following their imprisonment.
Khashoggi's death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong, sources say; family calls for inquiry
Saudi Arabia is preparing to acknowledge that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed during an interrogation that went wrong, sources have told CNN, as his family calls for an international inquiry into his disappearance.
One thing's for sure about President Donald Trump: He likes a fighter. Remember what they said about (now) Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's response to his critics? "Talking to lots of people inside WH about how he likes how Kavanaugh is fighting back," tweeted one journalist, a reporter for the Washington Post. "Admires the defiance." But how will Trump react when defiance is turned on him? And when the fighter who takes on her critics is a left-wing, Ivy League woman?
In the early morning, the wind sends bursts of sand across the beach, painting bits of black and shades of brown around the shells and the deep purple seaweed that washed up during the night.
The family of Africa's youngest billionaire who was kidnapped last week have offered a reward of one billion shillings ($440,000) for information leading to his rescue.
President Donald Trump has raised more than $100 million for a re-election battle that is more than two years away, giving him a massive financial advantage over a crowded field of potential Democratic contenders jockeying to challenge him in 2020.
CNN gained exclusive access to Syria's Turkey-Russia negotiated demilitarized zone intended to protect civilians in Idlib province, the last remaining rebel stronghold, from becoming a bloodbath. CNN's Arwa Damon reports.
It's been less than 24-hours since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced that they were expecting their first child, but the royal couple are already being showered in baby gifts.
In Europe, a shadow conflict is capturing headlines: The Salisbury poisonings and the unmasking of alleged Russian agents in the Netherlands suggest a return to Cold War-style spy games between Russia and the West.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face EU leaders Wednesday in a make-or-break summit, as European Council President Donald Tusk warned the UK is barreling towards a disastrous no-deal Brexit.
Google is still considering whether to launch a censored version of its search product in China, CEO Sundar Pichai said Monday.
Sotheby's is staging what it claims to be the world's first auction dedicated entirely to gold.
Australia is considering recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and moving its embassy to Jerusalem, according to a statement from the office of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Thai soccer team whose escape from a waterlogged cave transfixed the world appeared on the US talk show "Ellen" on Monday, where they had a surprise meeting with their hero soccer player Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Paul Allen, philanthropist and co-founder of Microsoft, died on Monday, October 15 at 65. Allen was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in 2009.
More than 200 children from separated undocumented immigrant families remain in US custody, officials said in a court filing Monday night.
Saudi Arabia has spent the past few years pumping its oil riches into Silicon Valley. Now those investments are coming under scrutiny as the kingdom faces growing isolation in the business world over the unexplained disappearance of prominent journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Cherokee Nation Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. discusses why Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) release of DNA test results suggesting that she has distant Native American heritage is problematic.