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Massive demonstrations, violence and a rising death toll marked 50 consecutive days of anti-government protests in Venezuela.
Some tourists in British Columbia got a bit of a scare when a sea lion grabbed a little girl and dragged her into the water.
Pass through the pews of Our Lady of Guadalupe church and you'll get a glimpse of this country's newest immigrants.
Brazil's leadership lurched into another bribery scandal Wednesday, as one of the country's biggest newspapers accused President Michel Temer of paying a former senate colleague hush money.
A lack of food, of medicine, even water is hurting the most vulnerable in Venezuela. CNN went undercover to report the impact on some of the country's children.
The US Coast Guard is searching for survivors after finding what is believed to be airplane debris 15 miles east of an island in the Bahamas on Tuesday.
Mexican journalist Javier Valdez Cárdenas, who reported extensively on drug trafficking, was killed on Monday in Sinaloa, officials said. He is the fifth journalist to be killed in Mexico this year.
It was 18 feet long and built like a tank. Now its mummified remains have emerged from an oil sands mine in Canada.
Violence and unrest are tearing Venezuela apart. Lost somewhere in the spray of bullets and fog of tear gas are the stories of the dead. Here are their stories.
It was the second deadliest conflict in the world last year, but it hardly registered in the international headlines.
This summer, the top sailors and fastest ships from around the world will convene on the fishhook-shaped island of Bermuda to compete in the 35th America's Cup.
A coastal village dating back to the last ice age has been discovered by researchers in western Canada.
From Prince Edward Island to Niagara Falls, we've rounded up photos of Canada's most beautiful, diverse places.
He made sure to praise the efforts of the "team" but once again Cristiano Ronaldo fully warranted an admiring glance in the mirror.
Violence erupts during a special meeting of the Venezuelan National Assembly. CNN's Rafael Romo reports.
A Science Channel found hexagon-shaped "air bombs" over the Bermuda Triangle. The report suggests "air bombs" are capable of bringing down planes and ships.
Cuba has declared war on the Zika virus, with fumigation squads going house to house to prevent the disease from spreading. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.
A creative agency in Toronto asked Canadians to #TellAmericaItsGreat in response to the upcoming U.S. election.
While on a cage diving trip just off the coast of Mexico near Guadalupe Island, one man captured the intense moment when a shark ripped into a cage containing a diver. Click here to watch the full video.
Cuba's famed cigars no longer have a $100 import limit in the US. Americans can bring cigars back with them from Cuba for personal use. CNN's Patrick Oppmann takes us to a tobacco plantation on the island.
Aid is flying in, but workers are struggling to get it to areas of Haiti that were hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew. CNN's Ivan Watson reports from the town of Jeremie as survivors work to put the community back together.
In a surprise move, the Nobel committee awarded the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize to Colombia's President, Juan Manuel Santos. CNN's Isa Soares reports