Coldplay have marked the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Parachutes," by releasing never-before-seen footage from the shoot for their famous "Yellow" music video.
Mormon church leaders are imploring followers to wear masks in public to defend against the coronavirus as temples reopen and church activities resume.
Amanda Kloots and the family of late Broadway star Nick Cordero held a small, private memorial service over the weekend, with Kloots calling it "beautiful and perfect."
With airlines introducing new measures like face masks and intensive sanitization routines to reassure passengers, people have been cautiously returning to air travel even while the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the world.
The brother of Premier League player Serge Aurier has been shot dead in the French city of Toulouse, French media reported on Monday.
As coronavirus cases surge in the United States, the White House is taking aim at the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.
Actress Kelly Preston died after losing her battle with breast cancer, her husband John Travolta said in a post on Instagram Sunday. She was 57 years old.
Powered by ultra-low interest rates, corporate borrowing was already at an-all time high before the pandemic. Now, as cash-strapped companies frantically try to shore up their balance sheets, debts are expected to get even bigger.
In June, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said the country is battling dual pandemics: coronavirus and gender-based violence. In 2019, there were nearly 180,000 violent crimes against women and almost 3,000 murders. CNN's David McKenzie reports.
Although we're surrounded by millions of them every day, most of us don't think about bricks too often. For thousands of years, the humble clay-fired brick hasn't changed. The building blocks of modern suburban homes would be familiar to the city planners of ancient Babylon, the bricklayers of the Great Wall of China, or the builders of Moscow's Saint Basil's Cathedral.
A cache of preserved newspapers from 1966 has emerged from a melting glacier in France, the latest in a string of objects that have been revealed as the glacier retreats.
I was 25 years old and teaching English in Barcelona in September 2001 when terrorists crashed two airplanes into the World Trade Center. With no TV or internet in my crummy apartment, I watched the news every night at the home of a student who'd become a dear friend, struggling to process the terrifying footage and what this awful event meant for my home country -- and for me, thousands of miles away from my family and loved ones.
One person is missing and four others were injured in what is believed to be an electrocution incident at an Arizona lake Sunday.
Google is planning to invest $10 billion in India as part of plans to make the internet "affordable and useful" for a billion people.
Ferrari holds the record for the most grand prix victories, but the prospects for a 239th GP win look slim on the evidence of the team's performance in the Styrian Grand Prix at the weekend.
Beijing has announced sanctions against United States officials, including Senators Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz, in retaliation for measures announced by Washington last week over Beijing's alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
In two separate images by the Dakar, Senegal-based photographer Omar Victor Diop, two Black figures -- a man and a woman -- lie curled against a dark expanse, one surrounded by a splash of technicolored Skittles, the other against ocher stalks of rice.