As President Barack Obama visits Cuba, here is a video timeline of the two countries’ tumultuous relationship.
Shares rise in Europe and Asia, adding to gains chalked up after last week’s stimulus package from the European Central Bank, as investors turn their attention to policy decisions from Washington, Tokyo and London.
A pair of clouded leopards are born at Florida zoo.
Self-parking chairs that return to their original position when a person claps their hands have been developed by Nissan.
Playing air guitar will never be the same again; the Kurv 'stringless' guitar lets you learn and play songs using touch, motion and gestures. Matthew Stock reports.
When facing journalists, the cast of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' keep silent on plot details and explain the need for secrecy. Correspondent Rollo Ross reports.
U2 paid tribute to victims of the Paris attacks as they return to perform at shows postponed in the wake of the November bloodshed. The concert in Paris took place amid tight security both inside and outside the venue. Correspondent Paul Chapman reports.
Tanzania's new president has his own trending Twitter hashtag after proposing radical, some say comical, government cost cuts just days after taking office.
A study of ISIS supporters arrested in the United States shows younger and more diverse recruits that do not follow any particular profile pattern.
Actress Eva Longoria and designer Victoria Beckham attend the annual charity auction the Global Gift Gala in London. Edward Baran reports.
Bankers from Goldman Sachs leave for Uber as the tech world scopes Wall Street for new hires. Fred Katayama reports.
Schools, public transit and shopping centers are returning to normal in Brussels after five days of highest level alert, although the government will make another assessment next Monday.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll finds shoppers are willing to wait until closer to Christmas for deeper discounts. Fred Katayama reports.
Nitrogen oxide emissions of Renault's 1.6 dCi Espace were found in tests to be up to 25 times higher than the current Euro-6 limit, according to a German environmental lobby group.
Fake snow pumped into panda's pen at San Diego Zoo to stimulate natural behaviours.
Plants are tricking honey bees into pollinating their flowers by producing caffeine, successfully fooling the insects into repeatedly returning, even if their nectar is of poor quality. Jim Drury reports.
Here's how the deadly terror attacks in Paris unfolded. More than 120 people were killed and hundreds more were wounded in six separate assaults.
At Microsoft's two-hour event in Manhattan Tuesday, CEO Satya Nadella took aim at Apple and the PC ecosystem. Here's the short version.
Apple's September 9th event was nearly two hours long. For those of you who didn't sit through the whole thing here' s a condensed version.
As the country’s infrastructure has rebuilt itself so too has its culture and a new documentary seeks to chronicle Rwanda’s nascent film industry.