Big Bird tries to interact with Julia in her TV debut.
Oscar Munoz said the airline would "fix what's broken" and launch an investigation.
It showed signs of addiction after absorbing crystal methamphetamine fumes through its skin.
Nikki Haley, the US envoy to the United Nations, said she thinks that the Russians knew about Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad's deadly chemical weapon attack, during an interview with CNN's Jamie Gangel.
Vikas Pandey spends a day with a squad in Allahabad to see how the new initiative is being received.
A portrait of John F. Kennedy made up of contorted comic book heroes, a handgun carved into a school desk, Abraham Lincoln on a Pez dispenser. These are the creations of Ben Turnbull, a kind of modern day Pop artist who has always looked to the extremes of American culture for his inspiration, drawing on what writer Don DeLillo might call the "magic and dread" of that society.
Harvard wants to change the words of its university song to make it more inclusive.
In our series of letters from African journalists, Nigerian writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani looks into the culture of blind belief in destiny.
Old media meets new as a blogger in Iraq seeks to restore collections of literature destroyed by IS.
Press secretary Sean Spicer apologises after saying Hitler did not use chemical weapons.
Steve Rosenberg explains what Russia would want in a new "grand bargain" with the West.
Borussia Dortmund's Marc Bartra is hurt in explosions ahead of a Champions League game.
Last month, United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz was named U.S. Communicator of the Year by the magazine PRWeek.
Unaccompanied children as young as 12 are among those sleeping outside, NGOs say.
See CNN's NATO Fast Facts for a look at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.
A Toronto group has been raising money for charity with Harry Potter-themed yoga classes.
Russia has tried to deflect blame for a deadly chemical attack away from the Syrian government, the US has said.
What a difference three months makes.
Those caught violating the law on the island face a large fine or up to two years in prison.
Before the attack, Cedric Anderson rhapsodised on social media about "my wonderful little wife".