As competition for the first operational hyperloop heats up, CNN asks how the super-fast transport system could change lives in the UAE.
Flash floods and landslides have killed 109 people in Kerala since torrential monsoon rains first battered the south Indian state last week, authorities said Friday.
The jury in the trial of former Donald Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort will return to court Friday morning for its second day of deliberations.
Gone are the days when flying across the Atlantic would routinely cost a small fortune.
It was in 2014, following a second drink driving charge and a six-month suspension from USA Swimming, that Michael Phelps started to talk.
If you're like many people, the more you drink, the more you eat.
A Massachusetts man has been indicted on 52 charges and is accused of raping, kidnapping and killing three women, whose bodies were found in his home in May.
One year after Sierra Leone suffered a devastating mudslide that wiped out entire communities in its capital, survivors say they are are struggling to afford meals and decent accommodation.
Mark Lewis, a famed libel and privacy lawyer, is leaving Britain. Worn down by years of anti-Semitic abuse and death threats, he has decided enough is enough.
A 92-year-old mother who hasn't seen her son since he was four prepares for their meeting. CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on the heartbreaking North-South Korean family reunions.
Electric scooter boards, zipping past with their often helmet-free riders balanced atop, are rolling into American cities -- like my hometown of Atlanta -- at breakneck speed. Really. You could break your neck on one.
Smiling strawberries and furry cans of spam line the shelves of Lucy Sparrow's felt supermarket in Downtown Los Angeles.
Take a look at 24 photos of the week from August 9 through August 16.
The Department of Defense says the military parade originally scheduled for Veterans Day will be postponed.
Michael Cohen informed a representative for Stormy Daniels he was willing to strike a deal to buy her silence only after the release of the now-infamous "Access Hollywood" recording where President Donald Trump can be heard talking about grabbing women without their consent, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.