Current headlines from CNN World News:
- Mansion killings suspect charged with murder
Criminal complaint: Crime "required the presence and assistance of more than one person." FULL STORY
- Who is Washington murder suspect Darron Wint?
He's a once-aspiring Marine with a history of run-ins with the law. A one-time community college student convicted three times in New York, including for second-degree assault. A former American Iron Works worker now charged with murder in the death of the man who led that company -- Savvas Savopoulos -- and his family.
- '19 Kids' off air over allegations
Reality TV star Josh Duggar issued an apology Thursday after reports surfaced that he allegedly molested girls as a teenager, saying: "I acted inexcusably."
- Clinton emails released
The State Department could release its first round of emails from Hillary Clinton's time as Secretary of State as early as Friday, offering a new look at her handling of the attacks on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.
- ISIS seizes more territory
On one side of the Bzebiz Bridge is Anbar province, where ISIS has made its most recent gains. It was barely visible Friday from the Baghdad province side -- a sandstorm obscured the view in a translucent, sepia murkiness.
- Officials: Biker gangs target cops
Texas law enforcement officials are investigating what they say are new threats against officers from biker gangs in the wake of a recent shootout in Waco.
- 171 mugshots of arrested bikers
A fight broke out among rival biker gangs in Waco, Texas, on Sunday, May 17, leaving at least nine people dead. The sheriff's office has begun releasing mugshots of the people arrested.
- China: U.S. flights a threat
The Chinese government is calling U.S. surveillance flights over the South China Sea a threat to peace in the region and warning that they could lead to accidents in the air or at sea.
- Lawsuit: Inmate rapes permitted
Two women are suing a corrections officer at Rikers Island and the city of New York, claiming that they were raped repeatedly by the officer with the complacency and consent of the city.
- Senator to Christie: Be ashamed
The chief Republican sponsor of the Senate bill to reform the Patriot Act slammed fellow Republican Gov. Chris Christie for saying "You can't enjoy your civil liberties if you're in a coffin."
- Cop killed on eve of maternity leave
"She's going to be missed": Kerrie Orozco dies in a shootout with suspect in Omaha. FULL STORY
- Michael Sam, first openly gay NFL draftee, signs deal
Michael Sam, who was the first openly gay player drafted by the NFL, finally will get to play football again.
- This will be the world's largest hotel
Twelve towers, 10,000 rooms and 70 restaurants, plus helipads and a full-size convention center: That's the plan for Abraj Kudai, a complex in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, that's set to become the world's largest hotel by room count when it opens in 2017.
- Mom shames 13-yr-old daughter for racy pics
CNN's Poppy Harlow speaks to a mom who posted a video online shaming her daughter after she discovered her secret Facebook account.
- Bikinis bumped for hazmat suits on spill beaches
At its worst, the smell burns your nostrils and gives you a little nagging headache.
- See would-be carjacker held at gunpoint
An Atlanta man stops a potential carjacker by holding him at gunpoint until police arrive and arrest the suspect. A witness captured it all on camera. WSB's Rachel Stockman reports.
- Actress, 37, too old to romance 55-year-old
Here we go again, Hollywood.
- The absolutely must-see movie I never saw
"I'm going to make him an offer he can't refuse." "You had me at 'hello.'" "I'll have what she's having." "Say 'hello' to my little friend!" "Nobody puts Baby in a corner."
- What politicians aren't telling you about ISIS
Despite months of an American-led bombing campaign, the so-called Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has conquered the Iraqi city of Ramadi. It is a major setback, and it should compel policymakers to assess whether our strategy -- which in the near term boils down to containing and disrupting ISIS while we bolster stable governance in Iraq -- is working. What it should not do is prompt half-baked calls for inserting more American troops into Iraq.
- Vaginal exam lawsuit raises tricky questions
Last Thursday, two students at Orlando's Valencia College alleged in a lawsuit that instructors forced them into submitting to weekly transvaginal ultrasound exams performed by fellow students as part of their training.
- The best (and worst) of working for Letterman
For the first 13 of his 33 years on the late-night airwaves (does anyone still say "airwaves"?), I was a writer for Dave Letterman. It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. The best because working with Dave was endlessly entertaining. He was and is the smartest, funniest, quickest and most oddly original utterer of sentences in our vast republic.
- Stop using Asians as role models
When I was growing up, one of the things that always made me crazy was my parents' habit of constantly praising other kids in my presence: "Oh, remember Olivia Chang? Did you know she's going to be performing at Carnegie Hall next month? Original composition! She wrote it herself!" Or "Mrs. Lee's son George will be attending Oxford University next year. And he's only 14!" These exclamations would invariably be followed by silence and an evaluating look at me, intended to communicate my utter inability to match the performance of these other children.
- What vets really think of your weekend plans
As a wounded veteran who served two tours in Iraq, I've been asked to give speeches at Memorial Day celebrations. It's one of the hardest jobs I've ever done.
- The week in 40 photos
- Emirates: Sharia and skyscrapers
- What became of jet-set playgrounds
- Why more women are going 'Wild'
If your idea of a vacation with friends involves a giant margarita, poolside massages or slot machines, you might be surprised by the latest travel trend. Grab your hiking boots and backpacks — more and more people are planning vacations that feature tents instead of hotel rooms, and Nalgenes instead of tropical cocktails.
- Despite crash, these things are safe, Marines say
- 7 cool adventure holidays
- You won't believe what he looks like now ... and who helped him
Ronnie Brewer's 425-pound weight-loss campaign has gone viral. He credits hard work, his two trainers and Taylor Swift.
- Mysterious object caught on camera at museum
Surveillance cameras at the U. S. Space Walk Hall of Fame Museum captures a mysterious object on camera. CNN affiliate WKMG has more.
- Supermodel breastfeeds on magazine cover
#NormalizeBreastfeeding is trending after ELLE Australia put out a cover of model Nicole Trunfio breastfeeding her baby.
- Starbucks worker loses it when customer does this
Isn't the customer always right? This Starbucks employee didn't think so, and let the customer know. A video of the incident has since gone viral.
- What the heck is that? 10 newly discovered species
An international committee of taxonomists selected their top 10 favorite new species for the annual list by State University of New York's College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
- Look at me! 28 selfies of the week
- Happy when it rains: On the road with caravan crowd
Squeezing a large family into a tiny box on wheels and dragging them to a remote rain-swept field doesn't sound like much fun.
- China's homeowners who refused to budge
- Robert De Niro tells NYU grads: 'Yeah, you're f—ed'
- Bon Jovi gives Rutgers grads special gift
- Who's speaking this year?
- Controversial speakers
Students protested these commencement speakers' invitations.
- Michelle Obama: I was held to different standard
Michelle Obama gave an impassioned and personal commencement speech Saturday on the trials she's faced as the first African-American first lady of the United States, saying she was held to a different standard than other candidates' wives during the 2008 campaign because of her race.
- Killing in the heartland; heartbreak in China
A Chinese family chooses rural America for their daughter's college education. And thus she becomes part of a new wave of Chinese students to call Iowa home. But her unsolved death has shattered the one-child couple. And the last person to see her alive, her Chinese boyfriend, has disappeared.
- 'Foxcatcher': The crazy du Pont next door
Add a fake nose, a few tics and mad acting skills and Steve Carell is John du Pont, the Boo Radley of my childhood.
- The 13th Juror: An insider's guide to the Tsarnaev trial
No cameras are allowed at the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. But CNN's Ann O'Neill will be there every day. Think of her as The 13th Juror, bringing insights here weekly.
- Best of Letterman's finale
- Have tissues ready for 'Batkid Begins'
Get your tissues ready.
- World's most marketable athlete is
- Free diving: One giant breath could be your last
Jonathan Sunnex is part of a small group of elite freedivers who plunge hundreds of feet underwater, all on a single breath of air.
- Omaha cop killed day before maternity leave
New mom. Coach K at the local Boys and Girls Club. Girl Scout leader. Special Olympics volunteer. Omaha, Nebraska, police officer. Kerrie Orozco was all of those things and much more.
- Is Putin's rumored girlfriend pregnant?
The former gymnast who is alleged to be Russian President Putin's girlfriend sparked pregnancy rumors when she appeared at an event wearing a billowy dress. CNN's Matthew Chance reports.
- Top 10 U.S. beaches for 2015 are ...
An hour's drive from Oahu's famous and often-crowded Waikiki Beach is a local's delight.
- America's best BBQ is ...
There's more than one bone of contention in the great finger-lickin' barbecue debate. Pork or beef? Vinegar- or tomato-based sauce? No sauce -- or maybe something mustard-based?
- The men who wear white hats to save lives
The White Helmets, a humanitarian organization, has saved 18,000 lives in three years and recently been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.
- Meet the White Helmets
- Woman battling anorexia helped after social media plea
- Fighting off fear with jiujitsu
- Why more women are going 'Wild'
- Fit Nation: 'You can do anything you put your mind to'
- Free mental safe house opens in New York City
- 'I'm bad with names' is a real thing
- Deaf doctor makes patients feel heard
- Mammograms: Are they needed or not?
- Is your pet going to make you ill?
Pets give us companionship and affection, but they can also give us diseases. Although it is rare to get sick from our furry and feathered friends, some outbreaks seem to crop up perennially.
- Best sunscreens of 2015 you're not using
Skin cancer is one of the most preventable cancers, but few Americans are using sunscreen despite access to sunscreen databases designed to help them choose the best options.
- Fittest cities in U.S. and why
- Suicide rates among young black boys on the rise
- Why spring (yawn) makes us (yawn) sleepy
- What 'natural,' other words on food labels really mean
- 'Elder orphans' of the Baby Boom generation
Nearly one quarter of Americans 65 and older have no family to help care for them. The outlook for the future is not any brighter. Based on 2012 U.S. Census data, about one third of Americans age 45 to 63 are single, and in a position to become orphans as they age.
- Foods to help you get regular
- How he lost 100 pounds by eating at work
At his heaviest, Lucas Weaver weighed 289 pounds. But in addition to losing weight, Weaver also shed his shyness and personal frustrations for new found confidence.
- 37 ways to get better sleep
- 11 best running camps in the U.S.
- Chronic depression may increase stroke risk
- Travel often? Try this to relax
- Quitting smoking relies on stronger brain networks
- Mother, son both fighting cancer
- Frequent tanner shares grisly skin-cancer selfie
Tawny Willoughby used a tanning bed 4 to 5 times a week in high school. Now, at 27, she's dealing with painful skin-cancer treatments.
- Meet CrossFit's Fittest Man on Earth
- What happens in the classroom after a concussion?
- When couples are out of sync about sex
Get a group of married women together and the topic of sex -- or more specifically how their partners want it more than they do -- invariably comes up.
- Why you are constantly hungry
- Bullying study's results surprise
- Weight loss weapon: A shopping list
- Meet the doctor who treats America's homeless
- A better way to give birth
Midwife-attended births have better outcomes than standard hospital births, treat childbirth like natural process it is. Why aren't they common in U.S.?
- Epilepsy patients need more than pot
In CNN's "Weed" series, Dr. Sanjay Gupta called for a "marijuana revolution" to help patients who are suffering from pain, seizures, and other serious medical conditions. As a mother of a daughter with Aicardi syndrome, a very rare disorder that causes hard-to-control seizures and significant physical and cognitive disabilities, I couldn't agree more.
- Why you really are extra tasty to mosquitoes
Scientist say there is a real reason for it: blame your parents. For the first time, scientists discovered a possible genetic reason why some of us are mosquito magnets, at least according to a pilot study from the London School of Hygiene &Tropical Medicine.
- The good memory diet
- Risk of the lonely distance runner
- How this bra could save your life
- How much do you know about sleep?
We all want it, we all need it, and most of us don't get enough of it. How much do you know about sleep? Find out with our interactive quiz.
- Stressed? The unexpected reasons why
- Childhood sleep terrors may lead to sleepwalking
Does your little one suffer from sleep terrors? Then get ready to lock the window and doors, because they might soon sleepwalk, too. A study of nearly 2,000 children in Quebec over a 12-year period found that as many as a third of the children who had early childhood sleep terrors became sleepwalkers later.
- 'Alone time' is good for you
- 'Bubble girl' is allergic to life
- Want to be an optimist? Pick up these positive habits
- FDA approves new drug to eliminate double chins
- Emotions run high amid cancer charity scam
- Salmonella outbreak may be caused by raw tuna
- Canine flu outbreak: How can I keep my dog safe?
- Woman battling anorexia pleads for help on social media
- Nepal quakes: Medics race to avert health crisis
- Rapper helps save driver in diabetic shock
Rap group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony scored a Grammy with their song "Tha Crossroads," which paid tribute to loved ones they had lost. But rapper Layzie Bone may have helped save a life recently.
- Runner collapses sobbing after every race
- Mad Men got the smoking issue right after all
The show didn't stint on showing the negative consequences of smoking.
- Sexual assault victim in India dies after 42 years in coma
- Florida's Valencia College sued over forced vaginal exams
- WHO announces changes after widespread Ebola criticism
- Gupta: Amtrak engineer may have form of amnesia
- Bullying at school on the decline, says new report
- Fat or fit? These 'obese' sports stars tip the scales
In a sports world full of rippling torsos and shredded six-packs, these elite athletes are proud of their extra pounds -- they're the "fat guys who shouldn't have made it."
- Opinion: Policy still discriminates against gay blood donors
- U.S. mom gives birth in transit, finds herself in hospital predicament
- Football getting safer, but there's a lot to be learned
- Creed's Scott Stapp says he's bipolar
There was a time last fall when Creed lead singer Scott Stapp claimed he was "penniless," had taken to living in a Holiday Inn and was convinced his family was involved in ISIS.
- What's in a disease name? WHO has recommendations
- Ebola declared dead in Liberia
- Mom's photo leads to horrifying discovery
- San Francisco outlaws smokeless tobacco
- 2 babies die, dozens hospitalized after vaccination
- Doctor declared free of Ebola finds virus in his eye
- Beating Ebola? It's a matter of trust
The Liberian authorities need to rebuild trust to stop Ebola from happening again, writes disease specialist Chikwe Ihekweazu.
- First national report on Hispanic health
- 'I lost my leg, but I didn't lose my drive'
- Dave Goldberg's death highlights dangers of treadmills
- Migraine relief through cycling and more
- America's wheeziest, sneeziest Cities
- What every 50-year-old needs to know
- Explain it to me: Concussions
- Can you tell if your child is overweight?
- Want to sleep better? Skip the meds
- When bills become a health hazard
- Put down that energy drink!
- 50% increase in breast cancer cases by 2030?
- Put this in their lunchbox
- The quick hit history of medical marijuana
- How to track your medical expenses
- E-cigarette use triples among teens in one year
- Your brain on weed
- Your Brain on Multitasking
- This surprise will help your baby learn
- Does laughing make you healthier?
- New study links diet soda to belly fat
- Trick your brain to avoid 'portion distortion'
- Quick weight loss habits for your busy day
- You can stress-eat these superfoods
- Stave off soreness like a pro athlete
- Fuel right! 9 triathlon nutrition rules
- One-minute solutions to improve your health
- Cereal could be the key to long life
- Stop drinking soda, for (your own) good
- Sleep better with six minutes of bedtime yoga
- 10 nutritionists share McDonald's meals they'd order
- What happens to your body by skipping the gym?
- Eat this to reduce your risk of colon cancer
- Yoga for triathletes
Training for a Triathlon? Yoga can help!
- Coffee is a health food: Myth or fact?
- A subway workout goes viral
- 4 reasons you should learn to cook
- Cholesterol in food not a concern, new guidelines say
- Fit Nation: Sweet dreams lead to better health
- 3 breakfast rules to follow to lose weight
- 9 things no one tells you about losing weight
- Fit Nation challenge update: 'It's launch time!'
- Partner up: The fellowship of fitness
- Change up your living space to get in shape
- Climbing uphill on the weight loss journey
- Work-life balance and getting in shape
- Want to lose weight and find romance? Start cooking
- Meet the new Fit Nation team
- They lost weight; so can you
- Time for medical marijuana revolution
- Emergency on helicopter as Nepal quake victim stops breathing
- President Obama links climate change, public health
- 'Fearless' Ebola nurse trains at Emory University
- Real 'Fault in Our Stars' couple reunited by hope
- Angelina Jolie's genetic tests can help you too
- Partner yoga: Double the pleasure
- The great American sleep recession
I won't take it personally if you yawn while reading this story.
- 6 ways to improve odds and beat heart disease
- Sit smarter with yoga
- Meet the mental wellness warriors
- Natural family planning gets trendy
More women are saying no to hormonal birth control and yes to pregnancy prevention that sounds old-fashioned, natural family planning, also called FAM.
- People who feel younger at heart live longer
Go ahead lie about your age. It may be the very thing that helps you live a longer life.
- Learn to live with it: Becoming stress-free
People the world over believe that stress comes from external sources.
- 9 ways to fall asleep faster
- Unbroken: Husband, wife battle rare cancers
- The lamest workout excuses trainers ever heard
- Coping with infertility: Don't give up hope, and more advice
When we asked readers to share their infertility stories with us on iReport, they opened up about their personal journeys, but also provided advice for people experiencing infertility, and the families of these couples, as well.
- Infertility: When adoption is not an option
Many infertile women are asked, "Why don't you just adopt?" But adoption is too costly for some women. For others, it's not right for their family.
- Infertility: Causes and solutions
- At a crossroads: 4 infertility journeys
- Hospital gowns get fashion makeovers
- Will this remove stink from body odor?
- A workout for your face?
- Can't fully expect when expecting? Accurate gender
What happens when instead of the little girl everyone has been expecting and buying clothes for a little boy ends up being born? Making the wrong call happens more frequently than we realize, perhaps as high as one out of ten times.
- Instilling empathy among doctors pays off
This skill is increasingly considered essential to establishing trust, the foundation of a good doctor-patient relationship.
- Most Alzheimer's patients aren't diagnosed
- The huge Influence of 'Lunch Lady Land'
- If you must smoke, do it away from the kids
- Men's memories worse than women's
- Loneliness increases risk of death?
- Doctors claim first successful penis transplant
- Child receives his own 'Iron Man' arm
- How to help your hangover
- Are you an e-hypochrondriac?
- A billion at risk for music-related hearing loss
- New frontier in apples: Red or golden but never brown
- Measles was no big deal -- until my daughter got it
- How to really lose weight
- 'Twin fetuses' found inside newborn baby in Hong Kong
A team of Hong Kong doctors has described an extremely rare medical occurrence -- what appeared to be a pair of fetuses inside the body of a newborn baby girl.
- How the Peace Corps continues to fight Ebola
- Florida woman gives birth to 14.1-pound baby boy
- 'Frozen': Why kids can't 'Let It Go'
- Aspirin a day may not be necessary for everyone's heart health
- Man shows off his double arm transplant
A 40-year-old quad amputee was all thank yous at a news conference as he showed off his two new arm transplants.
- The famous movie I never saw
Some movies are so part of our culture we assume everyone has seen them, but a small minority never sat through "Titanic" or -- gasp! -- "Star Wars."
- Check out the trailer for 'Batkid Begins'
- 10 reactions to David Letterman's last show
- Duchovny vs. Manson and 6 shows to watch this week
- 7 secrets to being a hit at Eurovision
It may be the hardest partying 60-year-old anyone knows. Here's how to be a winner at Europe's favorite song contest as it celebrates a significant birthday.
- Robert De Niro tells NYU grads: "Yeah, you're f—ed"
Robert De Niro stated the truth at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts graduation on Friday: "You made it — and, you're f—ed."
- Too old? You're in good company, Maggie Gyllenhaal
- Josh Duggar on child molestation report: 'I acted inexcusably'
- 'Scandal' and more shocking season finales
Another TV season has come and gone, and it was not short of shocks. Here are some of the biggest season finales that May had to offer.
- Celebrating the long reign of 'The Line King'
- What is Red Nose Day?
- The mad crazy world of writing for Letterman
It was the best and worst of times, says Steve O'Donnell, who looks back with fondness at the heady mayhem of writing for the quirky, incomparable host
- Top 10 reasons Letterman is a comedy god
- Bone Thugs-n-Harmony rapper helps save ill driver
- What's behind singer Charice's new look
- 'Dancing with the Stars' winners crowned
- Cannes Film Festival: no heels, no entry
- Jay Z posted bail for protesters, writer says
- Bristol Palin's wedding is called off
- Top moments from David Letterman finale
David Letterman says goodbye to the "Late Show." Here are a few highlights.
- Conan goes wild during Letterman's last show
CNN's Anderson Cooper takes a look at what you might have missed on "Conan" while watching David Letterman's last show.
- Blues legend B.B. King dies at 89
Legendary bluesman B.B. King has died at the age of 89.
- 'Labor Games' is a new show
"Labor Games" is exactly what it sounds like -- moms in labor participating in a game show on TLC. CNN's Lisa France says it's "evil genius."
- The glitz and glamor of the Cannes Film Festival
Film fans and movie-makers are gathering on the south coast of France for one of the biggest dates in the cinematic calendar, the 68th Cannes Film Festival. CNN's Neil Curry reports.
- 'Mad Max' director: 'There's no green screen or CG'
George Miller, the director of the new film "Mad Max: Fury Road," about how they were able to make such a gritty, realistic feeling film.
- How Taylor Swift helped me lose 425 lbs
Ronnie Brower's 425-pound weight-loss campaign has gone viral. He credits hard work, his two trainers and Taylor Swift.
- Excited for new music from Janet Jackson?
Janet Jackson announces she will soon release a new album and world tour.
- From pot culture to pop culture
CNN's Lisa France looks at the role marijuana has played in pop culture. From music to movies, pot culture has had a prominent place in pop culture in America.
- Bruce Jenner, from punchline to transgender icon
This week's ABC exclusive interview with Bruce Jenner about his transition from man to woman set rating highs. But do ratings translate into acceptance? Brian has on GLAAD president and a transgender journalist to discuss.
- Jaw-dropping interview walk-offs
Robert Downey Jr. isn't the first high-profile personality to walk out of an interview. Check out some of the others in this walk-off mashup.
- Louis Johnson of the Brothers Johnson dies at 60
Louis Johnson, founding member of funk band the Brothers Johnson and an in-demand bassist who appeared on Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean" and "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough," died on Thursday, May 21st. He was 60. His death was confirmed by his nephew Troy on Instagram, though a cause of death has yet to be revealed.
- Blues legend B.B. King dies
- 'Graduate' actress Elizabeth Wilson dies at 94
- Errol Brown, 'You Sexy Thing' vocalist, dead at 71
- Rapping granny Ellen Albertini Dow dead at 101
- 'Star Trek' actress dead at 85
Grace Lee Whitney, who played Yeoman Janice Rand in the original "Star Trek" series and a handful of movies based on the series, died Friday. She was 85.
- Legendary Russian ballerina dies
Russian ballerina Maya Plisetskaya, who was considered one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century, died on Saturday at age 89.
- 'Stand By Me' singer Ben E. King dies
- 'Louie Louie' singer dies at 71
Jack Ely, the Kingsmen frontman who sang lead vocals on the 1963 party anthem "Louie Louie," died Monday at 71.
- 'Partridge Family' actress dead at 52
- Neville Longbottom is all grown up
- Guess who's having a baby?
- TV networks swing the ax: 'CSI,' 'Constantine' canceled
- Sandra Lee reveals breast cancer fight
- Reese Witherspoon has a new business
- WNBA players Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson wed
- Guess who? Mothers of celebrities
- Met Gala 2015: The dresses doing the most
- Lindsey Vonn announces breakup with Tiger Woods
- Summer movies we can't wait to see
- Gwyneth Paltrow files divorce papers
- Famous Hollywood siblings
- Who's turning 50 in 2015?
- Biz Markie's dramatic weight loss
- Famous alumni of 'The Daily Show'
- 'Full House': Where are they now?
- Unexpected BFFs: Martha Stewart + Snoop Dogg
- 10 years of new 'Doctor Who': Where are they now?
- 'Pretty Woman' at 25: Where are they now?
- Biggest celebrity feuds
- Jussie Smollett and other stars who've come out
- Houses made famous by Hollywood
- Visit Warner Bros.' secret prop archive
- Surprise! Guess who got married?
- Hulu picks up canceled 'Mindy Project'
- Janet Jackson announces new album, tour
- David Lynch back on 'Twin Peaks' reboot
- '28 Weeks Later' follow-up in the works
- Five things we learned from the CW's schedule
- Five changes coming to CBS' schedule
- What we learned about ABC's fall schedule
- Five things we learned from Fox's fall schedule
- 'Game of Thrones' isn't first show to upset fans
- Star Wars scenes carved out of plain paper
- 7 Simpsons voices that will soon sound different
- Celebrating America's record stores
- Draft 'Breakfast Club' script found in high school
- Celebrities as you've never seen them
- Researchers: Hip-hop more important than The Beatles
Forget the British Invasion -- the most important development in pop music in the past half century is hip-hop, a team of researchers from two London universities reports.
- A superhero universe for girls
- 40 years of 'Holy Grail'
- It's complicated: A night with Bill Cosby
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- Top 10 U.S. beaches for 2015
An uncrowded stretch of Oahu's spectacular coastline tops Dr. Beach's 25th annual top 10 list of U.S. beaches.
- Tour America with Anthony Bourdain
If you don't plan to skip town this Memorial Day, take a tour around the country with "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown."
- Jazz and nostalgia in Vegas
Tony visits The Bootlegger where "sentimental fools" such as he enjoy tunes of legends like Dean Martin and Louis Prima
- 10 things to know about the Mississippi Delta
The Mississippi Delta is a storied region that sets the standard for all things Southern, good and bad.
- 8 ways to love a tiny Cape Cod oasis
Provincetown is an oasis with the kind of light that inspires artists and writers, a town at the tip of Massachusetts' Cape Cod that celebrates the LGBT community.
- World's largest hotel coming to Mecca
Twelve towers, 10,000 rooms and 70 restaurants, plus helipads and a full-size convention center: That's the plan for Abraj Kudai, a complex in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, that's set to become the world's largest hotel by room count when it opens in 2017.
- Gentri-vacation: Why London's suburbs are the place to be
Central London is so over. Take the subway to the city's scorching hot suburbs and you'll discover where hip London is taking shape.
- Quiz: Put your jet-setter credentials to test
Do you have top-notch travel knowledge or is it time to jump on that plane again? Find out by taking CNN's quiz.
- Delta's new safety video is meme-tastic
A new safety video Delta will begin showing on May 25, featuring 23 popular YouTube video memes.
- Bioluminescence turns Australia's shores fluorescent blue
The shores of Hobart, Tasmania, have been twinkling a bright, neon blue the past few days, turning the water's surface into a scene that looks out of this world.
- America's best old-school bowling alleys
- World's longest, highest glass-bottom bridge to open in China
- Where in the world?
Each day, CNN producers select a user-submitted photo to be our Travel Photo of the Day. Click through the gallery to see stunning shots from around the world and share your best travel photos.
- That queasifying feeling of travel
- The wilds of Madagascar
- The train pours the cocktail for you
Train travel done right: Darren Aronofsky makes Anthony Bourdain a cocktail on a shaky train in Madagascar. "Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
- Bourdain's favorite vegetable is ... pork
Anthony Bourdain stops for his first meal in Madagascar with vegetarian companion Darren Aronofsky. "Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
- Scotland's favorite four-letter word
- 'A beer and a beating' in Glasgow
- Scotland: What to know before you go
It's almost mandatory that articles about Scotland open by waxing lyrical about the land of tartan, bagpipes and heather.
- A daunting hike in the Scottish Highlands
Anthony Bourdain learns that stalking an animal in the Scottish Highlands is a great feat of strength. "Parts Unknown" airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
- World's 10 most scenic airport landings
- Surprise baby arrives on flight to Japan
- And this year's best airline is ...
- 4 tricks to distract you from airplane cabin crush
- The best states for bicycling
- How to drive the ultimate American road trip
Rolling down the wide open U.S. blacktop is a rite of passage that combines nostalgia, discovery and misadventure set against a sweeping landscape and killer tunes
- Yes, you can cycle round the world. Here's how ...
- Progress Eagle: The plane of tomorrow
In the future, planes could be like zero-emission hotels in the sky, running on solar cells and hydrogen engines.
- On board the cruise ship of the future
- America's prettiest beach campsites
- 9 great American factory tours
- 11 of America's most spectacular libraries
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- 13 breathtaking buildings that defy gravity
There are many ways architects can surprise us, but with these structures we find ourselves literally holding our breath. Perched precariously on the edges of hills, on high stilts, or too-narrow foundations, a deep exhale in their direction could very well topple these buildings, or so it would seem.
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If you haven't already worked dishes from these emerging foodie destinations into your eating rotation, you will soon
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- World's most dramatic runways
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