Boy vs. Wikipedia in battle of minds
A boy explains how his love for football has helped him cope with his disability.
Venice to ban wheeled suitcases
Residents of La Serenissima hope to sleep soundly as wheeled suitcases are banned.
Could Hamilton be pipped to title?
It's advantage Hamilton in the F1 title decider but teammate Rosberg is looking for an upset.
China: No more 'weird' buildings
The Chinese leadership has called for less "weird architecture" to be built in the country. Does it mean the end of unusual structures like these?
Strikes kill 900
In the two months since the United States and coalition allies first launched airstrikes against ISIS targets inside of Syria, the missions have killed more than 900 people, nearly all militants, a monitoring group said Saturday.
Terror group spreading westward
The black flag flies over government buildings. Police cars carry the group's insignia. The football stadium is used for executions. ISIS has arrived on the Mediterranean coast.
Expert weighs in on Michael Brown autopsy
Forensics expert Dr. Lawrence Kobilinsky examined the official autopsy performed by Missouri authorities on Michael Brown's body
Israel revives controversial policies
Israel has revived its controversial demolition policy in the wake of several recent terror attacks. Israel says it may save lives. Palestinians say it's cruel and unusual punishment.