"Transparent" is creating a lot of buzz, but you won't find it on a network. CNN's Samuel Burke reports.
A millionaire British businessman accused of hiring hit men to kill his new wife during their honeymoon in South Africa is set to go on trial Monday.
An American freelance cameraman who was diagnosed with Ebola and who worked for NBC left Liberia on a specially-equipped plane Sunday and was headed to Nebraska, the network reported.
Watch your step as you climb these stairs, whether spiraling up mountains, narrow passageways or sky-scraping attractions.
When Rowena Festin leaves her job as a congressional aide in Quezon City, Metro Manila each day, she returns home to three children and a husband. But her marriage, like many others in the Philippines, exists in name only.
Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in 1976.
Congressman Ralph Hall underwent surgery to repair damage to his hip after a car accident, his office said Sunday.
Typhoon Phanfone was churning north Sunday toward Japan's southern tip with sustained winds as powerful as 185 kph.
The three were washed away from their station post at Okinawa's Kadena Air Base, near where Typhoon Phanfone was churning with winds as powerful as 104 mph.
Five police officers were killed Sunday in a terror attack in Chechnya, according to Russian state news.
A Marine lost at sea after bailing out of a MV-22 Osprey when it appeared it might crash in the Persian Gulf is believed to be the first American military casualty in support of U.S. operations against ISIS in Iraq and Syria.
As Brazilians go the polls on Sunday, they can be virtually sure that their next President will be a woman. Only weeks ago, that wasn't the case.
Get a sneak peek at Anthony Bourdain's next adventure in Paraguay. The CNN Original Series "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown" Sunday, Oct. 12th 9pm ET/PT.
Danny Cevallos says quarantining people, depriving them of liberty, is justified to protect the interests of society.
The protesting Hong Kong Federation of Students said it would restart dialogue with the government if police do a better job of handling clashes between pro-democracy protesters and people opposed to the demonstrations.
A Hong Kong student group said Sunday that it would restart dialogue with the government if police do a better job of handling clashes between pro-democracy protesters and people opposed to the demonstrations.