Joe Root's 109 is in vain as Chris Morris hits 62 to help South Africa beat England by one wicket to level the ODI series 2-2.
Activists in Nigeria say they will continue their campaign to secure the safety of more than 200 schoolgirls who were kidnapped by the militant Islamist group, Boko Haram.
A new app that turns a smartphone into a mobile seismometer is being rolled out by California scientists.
Oil prices surged as much as 12% on Friday after fresh suggestions that Opec nations were set to cut oil production.
International judges in the case of Kenyan Vice-President William Ruto disallow the use of recanted witness statements.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad vows to retake "the whole country", but says the involvement of regional powers means it could take "a long time".
Radio 1 DJ Greg James finished five triathlons in five days in five cities.
Five United Nations peacekeepers have been killed in a mortar attack on one of their bases in northern Mali, the UN says.
Surfers in northern California compete in what has been dubbed one of the world's most dangerous sporting competitions.
The new opposition-controlled National Assembly in Venezuela plans to speed up moves to oust the government of Nicolas Maduro as economic woes deepen.
Unusual travel experiences are nothing new, and some are becoming so common their mystique is losing its luster.
Singer Barry Manilow is out of surgery and "doing well" after being rushed to hospital in Los Angeles.
The PBS "NewsHour" Democratic Debate on Thursday was a heated affair. Here are the top 10 lines from Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the evening.
The Democratic candidates for president gathered in Milwaukee on Thursday for their sixth debate, and CNN's Reality Check team spent the night putting their statements and assertions to the test.
Butterflies in your stomach, a racing heartbeat—you probably remember those symptoms well from your first middle school crush. As an adult, they're actually your body's subtle clues that you're falling in love (or lust, at least). At the start of a relationship, a series of truly fascinating chemical reactions occur throughout your nervous system and hormones. From the first time you meet to climbing under the sheets, here's what's happening to your body as you fall in love.