Arwa Damon: Freeze-frame moments
It was the war everyone just wanted to forget. But from a tiny red shoe in the rubble to a resident who rebelled against al Qaeda, CNN's Arwa Damon remembers the many freeze-frame moments caused by war.
Jessica Lynch, others: Where are they now?
Ten years ago this week, President George W. Bush announced the United States and coalition forces had begun military action against Iraq. Here's a look back at some of the people who made headlines during the war.
Photos: Enduring images
When the tornado hit, they were ready
When an EF5 tornado touched down in Moore, Oklahoma, this week, Tad Agoglia and his First Response Team of America were stationed at a hotel about 30 miles away, ready to take action.
Troubled youth run 'old skool' bistro
As a juvenile corrections officer in Southern California, Teresa Goines found it rewarding to work with troubled youth and help them turn their lives around.
Pregnant and homeless: The real cost
Martha Ryan couldn't believe it. She had never heard of women who were pregnant and homeless. But in one night, she met three.
Grieving dad helps kids get to chemo
For many children fighting cancer, it can be extremely tough to make it to their chemotherapy appointments.
You won't believe what's in U.S. rivers
In the last 15 years, Chad Pregracke has helped pull more than 67,000 tires from the Mississippi River and other waterways across the United States. But that's just scratching the surface.
'Brilliant Bus' shrinking digital divide
Working as a guidance counselor five years ago in Palm Beach County, Estella Pyfrom noticed that fewer students had access to a computer after school.
U.S. family may exhume son's body
The parents of American Shane Todd, found hanging in his Singapore apartment last June, tell CNN they may exhume their son's body to conduct an autopsy in the United States.
Russia's Far East rocked by quake
A magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck the Russian Far East on Friday, the U.S. Geologicial Survey reported.
Man sets Mount Everest record
An 80-year-old Japanese man on Thursday became the oldest person to reach the top of Mt. Everest, officials said.
Raspberry Pi + Arduino = $100 PC
The UDOO (pronounced "you do") brings together the power of four Raspberry Pi's and the popular micro-controller Arduino to create a highly customizable PC for just $100.
Harvesting rubber from dandelions
Will your car and bicycle tires be made from dandelions in the future? A Dutch biotech firm thinks so. CNN's Nick Glass investigates how the ubiquitous weed's latex roots could help rubber shortages in the future.
Life-size robot for under $1,000
"It's about as difficult as assembling a cupboard from IKEA," says Gael Langevin, but he's not talking about an affordable piece of Scandinavian furniture. The 41-year-old French sculptor and model-maker is referring to his open-source, life-size, 3D-printed robot.
Gaza boy's death: Who to believe?
The image of a young Palestinian boy cowering behind his father as Israeli bullets rained down on them became a powerful symbol of the second Intifada. Now Israel insists its military is not to blame for the attack.
Journalist escaped the Taliban
In his first television interview, photographer Pierre Borghi describes his kidnapping and escape from a Taliban prison.
'Enemy state' saves girl's heart
She never displayed the boundless energy of other children -- all she seemed to do was cry,
Kung fu master publishes secrets
It's the staple of almost every kung fu action film ever made: the hero is targeted for revenge after teaching the deadly and closely guarded secrets of the martial art to outsiders and, even worse, foreigners.
Andy Warhol pops up in China
When American pop artist Andy Warhol visited Beijing in 1982 and was told there wasn't a McDonald's, he replied: "Oh, but they will."
Online bullying probe after girl's death
A 12-year-old girl found hanged in her home left behind a suicide note that mentioned online bullying, according to police.
U.S. gay Scouts allowed, but not leaders
Delegates to the annual meeting of the Boy Scouts of America made a monumental statement Thursday, voting to allow openly gay youths to join scouting.
Again? Another Cannes jewelry heist
A valuable necklace was stolen from a party at the Cannes Film Festival, the second major jewelry theft at the event this year, police said Thursday.
Pakistan welcomes Obama drone talk
Pakistan on Friday welcomed President Barack Obama's stance that "force alone cannot make us safer" in battling terrorism.
New jury to decide Jodi Arias penalty
An Arizona jury Thursday said it was unable to reach a unanimous agreement and would be unable to decide what penalty Jodi Arias should receive for killing her ex-boyfriend.
Will grandkids be fighting 'forever war'?
Will Bunch says many kids seeing their parents come home from Afghanistan weren't even born when the war started. Al Qaeda and bin Laden have been taken care of: Why are we still there?
Youth key to beating Boko Haram?
Any Nigerian government victory over Boko Haram will be hollow unless it wins over a disenfranchised youth and roots out alleged Boko Haram sympathizers in the government, says expert.
Boy Scouts' decision makes no sense
When the Boy Scouts of America found out den leader Jennifer Tyrrell is a lesbian, the organization's Ohio River Valley Council sent her a letter saying "you must immediately sever any relationship you may have" with the Scouts.
A blow to Australia's economy
Ford's decision to quit making cars in Australia comes amid concerns the mining boom has peaked as the nation's manufacturing base declines.
What presents real terror threat?
After a gruesome killing of British soldier with a cleaver by suspects claiming retaliation for attacks on Muslims, world affairs columnist Frida Ghitis says neither Muslims or terrorism are to blame.