Special Report: Wish You Weren't Here - Postcards from the Edge of London in the Age of Brexit
Every Friday morning, a pensioner and his grandson gaze across a vast demolition site in east London, one of them remembering a life working at the Ford factory there and the other wishing he could help tear its old buildings down.
How much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers
A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries' privacy safeguards, a first step toward ranking the governments that are potentially doing the most snooping on their own citizens.
'You are safe now': moments of heroism in Christchurch massacre
As New Zealanders struggled to cope with the deadly mayhem in Christchurch, stories of heroism have emerged from the tragedy, including a worshiper who chased away the gunman armed only with a credit card machine.
Vietnam relishes role as peace maker as it seeks to balance ties
While the leaders of North Korea and the United States debate banishing nuclear bombs from the Korean peninsula, the host of their summit this week, Vietnam, long almost synonymous with war, is relishing its role as a promoter of peace.
Cinema vs. streaming: the battle over when and where you can see movies
While superheroes, monsters and aliens battle on the big screen, a real-life fight is raging behind the scenes that will determine what moviegoers will see at their local cinemas.
'I still love you': Christchurch survivor forgives his wife's killer
A wheelchair-using worshipper who survived the slaughter at Christchurch's Al Noor mosque, but whose wife was killed, has offered an olive branch to the gunman, saying he would like to meet him and telling him "I still love you."
Top gamer 'Ninja' made $1 million to promote EA's 'Apex Legends' launch: source
What are a few hours playing videogames and a handful of tweets worth? $1 million if you are Tyler Blevins, known to millions as "Ninja," the world's most-followed computer gamer.