CNN’s Erin McLaughlin looks at the science behind a solar eclipse, one of the galaxy’s most spectacular displays.
Arash Aazami describes being blocked from entering the train station in Brussels, where there were reports of large explosions.
Belgian police are investigating a situation at Brussels Central Station after reports of large explosions.
Rémy Bonnaffé describes hearing a “loud bang” at a train station in Brussels, Belgium.
CNN’s Michael Weiss offers analysis following reports that Belgian authorities have neutralized an individual following a blast at a Brussels train station.
CNN’s Will Ripley explains how devastating North Korea’s weapons could be.
With Girls on the Run DC, CNN’s Fredricka Whitfield runs with a small but determined group of girls on their way to completing their first 5k race.
A vehicle hit pedestrians in London’s Finsbury Park community, causing “a number of casualties being worked on at the scene,” according to authorities. CNN’s Ian Lee has more.
Authorities say a car rammed into a police truck on the iconic Champs-Elysees in Paris. CNN’s Melissa Bell reports.
As violent protests continue against Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro, CNN’s Nick Paton Walsh goes undercover to see just how dire the country’s health care crisis is.
Anti-government sentiment is on the rise in Venezuela after the National Guard raided opposition political parties. CNN’s Rafael Romo reports.
Leopoldo Lopez has been in a Venezuelan jail for more than a year. His wife, Lilian Tintori, tells Christiane Amanpour “dissent is not a crime.”
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says authorities there have detained an American pilot for allegedly recruiting Venezuelans to take part in a coup.
CNN’s Paula Newton explains how Venezuela has landed itself in a financial disaster.
A year-long investigation done in partnership with CNN en Espanol found Venezuelan passports and visas were allegedly sold through the Venezuelan embassy in Iraq. Warnings about fraudulent Venezuelan passports have been raised for years. CNN’s Drew Griffin reports.
During protests in Venezuela a woman stood in front of an armored vehicle. Protesters are calling for Venezuelan president, Nicolas Maduro, to step down.
Turmoil in Venezuela has been exacerbated in recent weeks. CNN’s Rafael Romo explains the events that led to violent protests across the country.
During protests in Venezuela an armored National Guard vehicle was caught on camera running down protesters in Caracas.
As tear gas canisters and Molotov cocktails flew around him, this man carried on playing the violin during protests in Caracas, Venezuela.
With skyrocketing inflation rates, Venezuelans struggle to fill their bellies.