Migrants desperate to get to the UK are storming the Channel Tunnel terminal in France. CNN's Fred Pleitgen spoke with many who have traveled great distances for a better life.
CNN's Ivan Cabrera explains the Indian Ocean current flow and how debris from Flight MH370 might end up on the western side of the ocean.
Accused of being a child molester, John Napier is arrested. But after making bond, he disappears. "The Hunt with John Walsh," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CNN.
A father searches for his daughter after the child's mother fled leaving behind only a note. "The Hunt with John Walsh," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CNN.
Nerval's Lobster writes: As the Slashdot community well knows, chasing features has never worked out for any software company. "Once management decides that's where the company is going to live, it's pretty simple to start counting down to the moment that company will eventually die," software engineer Zachary Forrest y Salazar writes in a new posting. But how does any developer overcome the management and deadlines that drive a lot of development straight into mediocrity, if not outright ruination? He suggests a damn-the-torpedoes approach: "It's taking the code into your own hands, building or applying tools to help you ship faster, and prototyping ideas," whether or not you really have the internal support. But given the management issues and bureaucracy confronting many companies, is this approach feasible?
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Megan Everett fled with her daughter, leaving behind a note. The child's father is searching. "The Hunt with John Walsh," Sundays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on CNN.
Police officer Ray Tensing, was indicted on a murder charge in the shooting death of a black motorist, Sam DuBose, in Cincinnati after video evidence was released. CNN's Miguel Marquez has more.
Randi Kaye looks at the final moments of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 along with the search for the missing plane.
An American dentist faces harsh criticism after he killed Cecil, a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, during a hunt. CNN's Ryan Young has more.
Archaeologists have unearthed monuments and hieroglyphic panels in nearly-perfect condition from Mayan ruins in Guatemala.
University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing was indicted on a murder charge in the shooting death of Samuel DuBose. CNN's Don Lemon speaks to DuBose's mother and sister.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump tells Dana Bash the accusation that he yelled at a lawyer for requesting a break to pump breast milk 'is not true.'
In a wide-ranging interview with Presidential candidate Donald Trump, he spoke with CNN's Dana Bash about his stance on abortion and debate prep.
A Canadian man is about to undergo surgery to patch up the holes in his earlobes; this procedure is growing in popularity. CNN affiliate CBC News reports.
CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks to Sarah Bajc, the partner of one of the MH370 passengers about the possible discovery of Boeing 777 debris.
An anonymous reader writes: Scientists and engineers at Arizona State University, in Tempe, have created the first lasers that can shine light over the full spectrum of visible colors. The device's inventors suggest the laser could find use in video displays, solid-state lighting, and a laser-based version of Wi-Fi. Although previous research has created red, blue, green and other lasers, each of these lasers usually only emitted one color of light. Creating a monolithic structure capable of emitting red, green, and blue all at once has proven difficult because it requires combining very different semiconductors. Growing such mismatched crystals right next to each other often results in fatal defects throughout each of these materials. But now scientists say they've overcome that problem. The heart of the new device is a sheet only nanometers thick made of a semiconducting alloy of zinc, cadmium, sulfur, and selenium. The sheet is divided into different segments. When excited with a pulse of light, the segments rich in cadmium and selenium gave off red light; those rich in cadmium and sulfur emitted green light; and those rich in zinc and sulfur glowed blue.
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CNN law enforcement analyst Cedric Alexander and former federal prosecutor Paul Butler on "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
Did Tom Brady destroy his phone in a "Deflategate" cover-up? CNN's Jeanne Moos has all the "Shady Brady" jokes.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke with CNN's Dana Bash on Wednesday. They spoke about policy and Trump's competition for the White House.