|Man City and Yankees buy soccer club|
Two of the richest organizations in sport announced Tuesday that they have partnered to buy a Major League Soccer franchise in New York.
|Syria cartoonist: My hands have power|
Ali Ferzat, the Syrian cartoonist whose hands were broken by pro-Assad forces after he satirized the regime, vows to draw in Syria again.
|UNICEF to auction signed CNNFC shirt|
Over the past few weeks some of the biggest names in world football have been guests on CNNFC.
|Man versus record-breaking snake|
One lucky hunter catches the longest Burmese python recorded in Florida.
|Helping kids recover and feel safe|
Many of the Oklahoma families whose lives were devastated by the tornado will recover over time, especially with the help and support of family and community. But children need special attention as they struggle with what happened on Monday and upheavals in their family and school routines.
|Patents: Why an idea isn't enough|
CNN's Richard Quest looks at how patents are a crucial tool for many businesses, and how to get the right one.
|How can we be safe from tornadoes?|
A junior professor drives his Doppler On Wheels mobile radar trucks through Moore, Oklahoma, less than 90 seconds after a tornado has torn a path of destruction through the city. Debris -- pieces of homes -- falls from the sky onto his truck. The scene is shocking; wrecks of houses covered with dirt are all that is left in the twister's path, and people are still huddled underground in shelters.
|Why search for life in space goes on|
NASA is trying to fix the planet-finding Kepler satellite -- but one expert says it's only a matter of time before we find signs of life on other worlds.
|Heroics inside tornado-ravaged school|
When the twister hit a school, bringing down walls, teachers tried to shield kids from falling debris and tore through rubble to save them - tragically, seven drowned in the basement.
|Witnesses shocked by gruesome attack in London|
Holding a cleaver in his hand, the suspected killer of a man thought to be a British soldier says in a video that he attacked "because Muslims are dying daily."
|Witness: Confusion at the scene|
Eyewitness Lauren Collins says she first thought the soldier was killed by an automobile.
|London attack mirrors beheading plot|
The attack on what is believed to be a serving soldier in southeast London has chilling echoes of a 2007 plot to kidnap and kill a British Muslim soldier.
|Man who taped suspect speaks out|
The amateur cameraman who recorded the suspected attacker's statement tells his story to ITN's Paul Davies.
|Photos: Gruesome attack in London|
|Boston suspect linked to triple murder|
A man fatally shot overnight by the FBI in Orlando, Florida, was being investigated for a possible connection to the Boston bombings, a U.S. law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the Boston Marathon case told CNN.
|Man arrested in ricin letter probe|
A 37-year-old man arrested Wednesday in Washington state as part of a probe of ricin-laced letters threatened in one such letter to injure and kill a federal judge, a grand jury indictment alleges.
|Iran election hopefuls banned from race|
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will challenge the disqualification of his top aide from next month's presidential election, Iran's state-run Press TV reported Wednesday.
|Arias jurors say they're stuck|
Jurors in the Jodi Arias trial say they're stuck.
|Holder: Drones killed 4 Americans|
Counterterrorism drone strikes have killed four Americans overseas since 2009, the U.S. government acknowledged on Wednesday, one day before President Barack Obama delivers a major speech on his administration's counterterrorism policy.
|Gunmen kill 12 in Baghdad brothel|
Gunmen in Baghdad shot dead at least 12 people in a brothel Wednesday, authorities said.