CNN's Brian Todd reports about the relationship between Russia and North Korea after a tense confrontation at sea.
Model Chrissy Teigen had a FaceTime chat with a fan after mistakenly sharing her email address with her 11.7 million Twitter followers.
Despite Jeff Bezos' announcement for plans to make Amazon carbon neutral by 2040, nearly 1,000 employees are set to walk out in protest Friday of what they say is their company's inaction on climate change.
British rapper Dave won the 2019 Mercury Prize for his album "Psychodrama" at an awards ceremony in London on Thursday night.
• 1,000 Amazon employees plan walkout Friday
A flaw in iOS 13 can expose your contact details, even though Apple was alerted about the problem in July
A flaw in iOS 13, the new iPhone operating system Apple released Thursday, exposes contact details stored in iPhones without requiring a passcode or biometric identification. And Apple has known about the flaw since July, a person who reported the bug to Apple told CNN Business.
The US has ordered two Cuban diplomats assigned to the United Nations to leave the country immediately, alleging that the envoys were engaged in "influence operations against the United States."
He angrily hung up on the Australian Prime Minister. He dialed Mexico's President as a room full of reporters watched. And he's distributed his personal cell-phone number to at least two world leaders, urging them to call directly.
At certain points in history, when institutions and established leaders have failed to step up and take action, it falls to the youngest among us to take charge. That is happening again these two weeks as a 16-year-old girl from Sweden, Greta Thunberg, is stepping onto center stage to mobilize the world against climate change.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh interviews Iranian Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in the wake of the Saudi Arabia oil facility attacks that knocked out almost half the country's oil capacity and caused President Trump to order new sanctions on Iran.
After months of waiting, Apple's new software update for iPhones is finally here.
Bird populations in the United States and Canada have dropped by 29% since 1970, signifying 2.9 billion birds lost in almost 50 years, according to a new study.
It's still a mystery what exactly occurred and who exactly was involved, but a new report suggests a US intelligence official filed a whistleblower complaint against the US President for, as the Washington Post reported, making a "promise" of some kind to a world leader.
The political deadlock in Israel showed no signs of abating Thursday, as the country's leaders warned of the possibility of a third election, with neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor Benny Gantz appearing to have a clear path to forming a coalition.
An epic clash at the UK Supreme Court over whether the British Prime Minister deliberately misled the Queen has ended -- and, as Westminster awaits its ruling, the government may have cause for concern.
Saudi Arabia spent billions on air defenses. But in the age of comparatively cheap drones, it may have been wasted
Saudi Arabia has spent billions on state-of-the-art air defense and early warning systems, but a mix of cruise missiles and drones was able to penetrate its airspace on Saturday, inflicting substantial damage on the world's largest oil processing plant at Abqaiq.
Polio makes a comeback in the Philippines 19 years after the country was declared free of the disease
The Philippines has reported its first case of polio since it was declared free of the childhood disease 19 years ago, dealing a blow to the campaign to eradicate it.
Amateur drone operator Christopher Joye noticed a shark heading for a surfer in Australia. Here's how he intervened.
You've probably never given much thought to the quality of the water on an airplane.
Tin ingots recovered from a shipwreck in Israel have been discovered to have an unlikely origin -- Cornwall, in southwest England.