The chief executive in charge of the Texas Presbyterian Hospital, where Ebola patient Thomas Duncan's symptoms were incorrectly diagnosed, issued a public apology.
A full-page ad appeared in the Sunday editions of the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram newspapers. In the letter, c-e-o Barclay Berdan said Texas Presbyterian "made mistakes in handling this very difficult challenge."
A web site's readers want to see just how high they can fly a model airplane. So they've built one using a 3-D printer and crowdfunding, and they're planning to launch it, with a toy pilot, from the New Mexico. CNN's Jim Boulden got a look at the plane.
if you visit the National Mall in Washington this month, you may notice a very special piece of art on display, but the size and location of this unique canvas may surprise you. Polo Sandoval has the story.
Kids these days have a lot on their plates. But one 12-year-old isn't just doing homework. He's busy inventing new technology. And his invention has some big-wigs in the tech industry interested. Brian Shrader has the story.
Imagine a smartphone encased in white gold and encrusted with diamonds. That daydream could be reality if you have a cool 250-thousand dollars to drop on what's dubbed the world's most expensive mobile phone. CNN's Nina dos Santos has the story.
Fifteen exchange visiting the U.S. from the Republic of Congo, Niger and the Ivory Coast are visiting Grant High School on Thursday.
So far there's been no reported cases of Ebola in those countries, but the BBC reports more than 2,000 people have died from Ebola in Liberia, a country which shares a direct border with the Ivory Coast.
Although Russia held its first Formula-One Grand Prix in Sochi on Sunday, the city that hosted the Winter Olympics earlier this year is struggling. Many businesses that sprang up before the games have failed, as CNN's Amanda Davies reports.
Bakersfield police were called to another report of a clown sighting Saturday night, but patrol officers found nothing. The clown sightings are drawing attention of national and even international news media.
A pair of pigtails has been sold for several thousand dollars. If that seems like a lot of money for hair, just wait till you hear who they belonged to. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the hair-raising prices of hair from famous heads.