'Saint Death' worshippers revere life
Santa Muerte, or "Saint Death," is a Mexican folk religion that combines traditional aspects of Catholicism with ancient Aztec religiosity to form a new faith.
This maternity leave may be bad for women
In the words of India's labor minister, women have just been given a "humble gift" of six months paid maternity leave. Experts say it could sour very quickly.
Castle hotels: Your own 'Beauty and the Beast' fairytale
Insulting allies makes America vulnerable, not great
Trump voter: I saw buses of illegal voters
A New Hampshire man, who voted for President Trump, tells CNN's Alisyn Camerota he has seen "busloads" of voters come in from out-of-state to cast illegal ballots.
Putin calls claims of US election meddling 'fictional'
Russian President Vladimir Putin has described allegations that his country meddled in the 2016 US election as "fictional, illusory, provocations and lies."
The first-ever quad cork 1800 on skis
Andri Ragettli is a professional free skier from Switzerland and he just did a world-first: rotating five times while flipping off-axis four times.
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Melania Trump makes rare public apperance
First Lady Melania Trump, who usually keeps out of the spotlight, called for women's empowerment and celebration of diversity in rare remarks at the State Department, giving us a first glimpse of an official platform as first lady. CNN's Kate Bennett reports.
Ronaldo statue: Sculptor Emanuel Santos defends his bizarre work
Emanuel Santos says his statue of the football player unveiled in Madeira is "a matter of taste".
US Kabul embassy fires staff over drugs
The embassy in the Afghan capital says six personnel were found using or possessing illegal drugs.
Kim Jong-nam's body to be released to North Korea
Malaysia's PM lifts the ban on moving the assassinated half-brother of North Korea's leader.
Cannes Film Festival poster sparks airbrushing row
Press and public come out to denounce the "deplorable" thinning down of actress Claudia Cardinale.
Kuki Gallmann's Kenya safari lodge burned down
The attack comes after police reportedly shot cattle that had invaded Kuki Gallmann's land.
Neil Taylor: Fifa looks into Wales defender's leg-breaking challenge on Seamus Coleman
Fifa opens proceedings against Wales' Neil Taylor over the full-back's challenge which left Republic of Ireland's Seamus Coleman with a broken leg.
Pee Wee Pumps: High heels for babies spark outrage
A US company that makes footwear for infants described as "diva defining" is labelled "disgusting".
US hails Turkey as 'a trusted ally' in Ankara talks
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson's visit to Ankara comes amid worsening ties between the countries.
Kilted yoga star targeted by homophobic hate mail
Finlay Wilson says a letter containing homophobic abuse aims to "intimidate and terrorise" him.
Coffee cup fee could cut use by 300 million, study suggests
Charges and other measures could drastically cut the 2.5bn disposable coffee cups used, study finds.
Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam’s body has been released to North Korea
Relations between Malaysia and North Korea have been badly frayed by the murder of the North Korean leader’s half brother.