Romance. Suspense. Good versus evil. On the surface, Rwandan radio soap opera "Musekeweya," or "New Dawn," feels familiar. Like a Rwandan "Romeo and Juliet," it tells the story of lovers from two different villages at odds with each other.
The debate over paying college athletes is no longer something the schools can ignore. CNN's Sara Ganim explains why.
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Myron May injured three students at the university, where he earned an undergraduate degree, before he was fatally shot by campus police, authorities say.
If your closet is bursting at the seams and putting together an outfit is a daily treasure hunt, it's time to get your wardrobe organized.
The first frosts of winter have already dusted the spectacular city of St. Petersburg with a powder of glistening ice. The air outside feels sharp and crisp. Russians hurry along the elegant boulevards, wrapped up tight against the biting cold. Russia's winter, its annual deep freeze, has begun.
Companies and global investors are sizing up Iran's economic potential in anticipation of a deal that could end years of isolation.
Ebola has officially been eradicated from another African country -- the Democratic Republic of Congo -- the World Health Organization declared Friday, even if the overall fight against the deadly virus is far from over.
Russia plans to send long-range bombers to the Gulf of Mexico in what appears to be Moscow's latest provocative maneuver in its increasingly frosty relations with the West.
After thousands of deaths and months of futile attempts to avoid more in Ukraine's fight with pro-Russian rebels, leaders on both sides talked past each other Wednesday, with one saying direct negotiations were off the table and another suggesting that the war be settled with a duel.
President Barack Obama will tell immigration officers to deport "felons, not families" in his immigration order.
Dialogue between Putin and Poroshenko is needed to come to a truce in the Ukrainian conflict. CNN's Jim Clancy reports.
When George W. Bush couldn't get an immigration overhaul though the Senate, he gave up. When Barack Obama couldn't get a bill through the House, he changed the rules.
A study led by a Michigan State University sociologist has found that older couples in bad marriages, especially wives, have a higher risk for heart disease than those who are happily wed.
Opponents of President Barack Obama's plan, which makes sweeping changes to the nation's immigration system by use of executive order, focused their criticism on the legal case, saying Obama has overstepped the boundaries of his authority and is ignoring the will of the people.
For him, Russia is under constant threat from the West and NATO expansion into former Eastern Bloc nations has eroded Russia's security. The Cold War, from this perspective, has never really ended.