The first time Abraham Majok Matet Guem competed in a track race, he ran in his black school shoes.
Elon Musk says Tesla is abandoning plans to accept bitcoin as payment for the company's electric vehicles, citing the cryptocurrency's high environmental cost after months of being bullish on it.
Eritrean troops are operating with total impunity in Ethiopia's war-torn northern Tigray region, killing, raping and blocking humanitarian aid to starving populations more than a month after the country's Nobel Peace Prize winning leader pledged to the international community that they would leave. CNN's Nima Elbagir reports.
Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue, discusses the tiger that is missing in Houston, Texas.
People who got mixed doses of coronavirus vaccines -- receiving a different vaccine type as a second dose than the first dose -- appear to be more likely to experience mild side effects such as fever, chills, fatigue or headache, researchers in the UK reported Wednesday.
Yet again, hell has been unleashed in the Gaza Strip, a small, crowded piece of land on the Mediterranean.
Israeli airstrikes struck Gaza while Hamas and Islamic Jihad fired rockets out of the territory into Israel. CNN's Ben Wedeman takes us inside the hell that is, once again, being unleashed on this small, crowded place.
An Israeli airstrike destroyed Al-Shorouk Tower in Gaza, according to CNN photojournalist Ibrahim Dahman who witnessed the event. This is the third high-rise building to be destroyed by the IDF since the escalation of violence began on May 10, 2021. It was not immediately clear if there were any casualties. CNN's Ben Wedeman reports.
Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe told a female Environmental Protection Agency nominee on Wednesday that if she did not "behave," then "I'm going to talk to your daddy."
Look inside the late Joan Rivers' luxe New York City apartment, which she said she shared with a ghost named Mrs. Spencer.
Tzipi Hotovely, Israel's ambassador to the UK, says the solution to the current conflict is simple: 'when Hamas will stop firing, Israel will stop firing.'
One of Cuba's most rebellious dissidents has spent more than ten days in a closely guarded hospital in Havana but it's not clear what, if anything, he is being treated for.
Entering office, President Joe Biden hoped to shift US foreign policy away from the Middle East and toward areas he thought of as more modern-day threats: China, Russia and cyberspace.
Ellen DeGeneres tells The Hollywood Reporter that she plans to end her long-running daytime talk show in 2022.
Throughout his time as UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has tried to distance himself from the insinuation that he is the British equivalent of Donald Trump, a comparison that the former US President himself was keen to make.
A huge chalk figure cut into the side of a hill in southern England is younger than previously thought.
A Bengal tiger named India might still be on the loose three days after it was spotted in a Houston neighborhood and taken away by a man accused of murder.
Britain has agreed to a prisoner transfer of ex-Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadžić, convicted of the Srebrenica genocide, to a UK prison to serve the rest of his sentence, a statement from the British Foreign Office said on Wednesday.
Federal officials from the US Secret Service have helped recover around $2 billion in fraudulently obtained Covid-19 relief funds and seized more than $640 million from accused fraudsters, the agency said Wednesday.