In the past several days, ISIS has conducted lethal suicide attacks in Jordan, Lebanon, Yemen, Bangladesh and also, very likely, in Turkey.
Bangladesh has a number of things going for it: its economy is growing, it's a democracy with a youthful population, and it's blessed with fertile lands.
A Hindu priest was hacked to death at his temple in Bangladesh's southwestern district of Jhenaidah early Friday, police said.
"Don't take me home. Please don't take me home."
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who has won four straight grand slams, trailed Sam Querrey by two sets when they were forced off due to rain Friday at Wimbledon.
President Barack Obama was delivering a speech before a joint session of Congress when a white lawmaker jabbed his right index finger at Obama and called him a liar.
A Taiwanese warship mistakenly launched a supersonic "aircraft carrier killer" missile toward China Friday, hitting a fishing boat and killing the boat's captain in an incident China called "a serious matter."
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who has clung to power amid a brutal five-year war, has called on the West to cease supporting rebel fighters if it wants to stop the flow of refugees, and engage with the government in peace talks.
Austria could go from having a left-leaning president-elect to a far-right one in a matter of months, as a court has annulled the results of the country's May election and ordered another one be held.
He's spent billions of dollars on fulfilling dreams of Chelsea fans across the world -- now club owner Roman Abramovich is helping to fund a group of children's trip of a lifetime to Euro 2016.
Not for the first time in its history the Tour de France -- recognized as one of the most supreme tests of sporting endurance -- is engaged in a battle against cheating.
More than 62 million girls worldwide are not in school. The First Lady writes, after a trip to Africa, that we have the power and responsibility to change that.
As a recruitment tool, ISIS may have hit more than one target in Istanbul to sweeten the allure of its brand. Not just the wanton killing and egregious mutilation of so many travelers but as a rallying call for more jihadists, from all points over the globe.
A 13-year-old Israeli-American girl was stabbed to death in her bedroom Thursday morning in the West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba, a spokesman for the Israel Defense Forces said.
What were you doing between 10 and 11am yesterday morning?
The gasps were audible, the stares of disbelief wide-eyed. This was big news. Massive. And nobody had seen it coming.
Don't freak out about Brexit; it's not the worst thing, writes David Wheeler. Instead, why not see it as opportunity for UK to become 51st state?
The reverberations from Britain's fateful choice extend far beyond Europe. The U.K. retains deep ties with many African states, and the turbulence is causing anxiety from the Johannesburg stock exchange to the battlefields of Somalia.
Before the UK voted to Brexit, it was suggested that the turnout of young people could decide the result. If the youth rocked the vote, the logic went, Remain would win.
Even creative geniuses need their shut eye, and Marina Abramović and Riccardo Tisci are no exception.
What happened on cruise ships used to stay on cruise ships -- at least until the boat reached the next port.
What's in a handshake? Sometimes a great deal, as leaders around the world have proved time and again.
Nike's flimsy attire for women's pros at Wimbledon is generating plenty of attention -- and this without arguably its highest-profile female tennis client Maria Sharapova, who is serving a two-year doping ban.
Upon hearing I would have to climb 1,015 steps to reach the summit of Japan's Yamadera Risshakuji Temple, my immediate reaction was admittedly pathetic.
Wimbledon, 2026. Bright blue skies and a wonderful late afternoon sun lights up the lush green grass of centre court. Out strides the British number one and four-time winner, Andy Henman, to the cheers of the excitable, partisan crowd.
It's no secret that Formula One stars like to flex their racing muscles by playing computer games.
German architect Ole Scheeren has been transforming Asian skylines with his signature geometric style for over a decade.
Alexander Lukashenko -- often called "the last dictator in Europe" -- certainly has well-disciplined citizens.
Terror attacks, the nearby Syrian civil war and a Russian ban on certain goods and services are making 2016 a rough year for Turkey, CNN's Ivan Watson says.
Sandboarding has become a popular activity at Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, home to the tallest sand dunes in North America.
Almost 30 years after the Montreal Protocol, the ozone hole over Antarctica is becoming smaller. Leading scientists claim this hole could be gone by 2050.
Israel Defense Force's explosives expert ignites the chemicals likely used by the Istanbul airport suicide bombers. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports.
Sage Fox is a transgender woman and U.S. Army Reserve Captain. She reacts to the Pentagon's end to the transgender ban in the military.
Watch this hot mess of a handshake. Jeanne Moos gives a hand to some of the worst handshakes ever.
CNN Style takes an exclusive look inside Bangkok's tallest skyscraper -- a pixelated high-rise designed by architect Ole Scheeren.
From Angela Davis' afro to Brigitte Bardot's bouffant, these hairstyles made history.