CNN Site Map (Galleries) for November - 2020
- 2020-11-30Blind photographer Pranav Lal captured this image of his shadow in a swimming pool. He uses "The vOICe" audio technology to see. It converts vision into sounds.
- 2020-11-30Vehicles line up for food distribution in Clermont, Florida, on November 21.
- 2020-11-30Skateboarder and student Miracle Jimenez, photographed at River Avenue Skate Park in The Bronx, NY.
- 2020-11-30Now here's a gift! "Wonder Woman 1984," starring Gal Gadot, arrives on HBO Max (and in theaters) on Christmas Day. The superhero finds herself facing two all-new foes: Max Lord and The Cheetah in this next chapter. It's just one of the
- 2020-11-29Home deal: The town of Castropignano, in Italy's southern Molise region, is the latest to start selling off homes for about $1.
- 2020-11-27Airline crew members wearing protective suits arrive at Los Angeles International Airport on Tuesday, November 24. Compared to last year at this time, air travel is dramatically down across the United States. But Wednesday was still the biggest day for fl
- 2020-11-26Hua Hin, Thailand: Located about a 2.5-hour drive from Bangkok, Hua Hin is Thailand's oldest beach resort. The town has been flooded by domestic tourists in recent weeks, as Bangkok residents seek out weekend getaways close to home.
- 2020-11-26Rune Kingdom: The Jarlabanke Bridge is a common starting point for a tour of Runriket, a collection of ancient runestones in Sweden that sheds light on the country's Viking past. The original bridge once helped Vikings cross over a bog.
- 2020-11-26The overall winner was this shot of a dalmatian pelican (Pelecanus crispus) taken on a lake in Greece.
- 2020-11-26The United Nations predicts that by 2050, nearly 70% of the world's population will live in cities. To address the increase in urban populations, architects and designers have come up with innovative solutions to make future cities smarter and more s
- 2020-11-25Avatar's Pandora?: The Zhangjiajie National Forest Park in Hunan, China is famed for its towering, pillar-like karst formations. Many claim it inspired the floating landscape of alien-world Pandora, as seen in 2010 film "Avatar."
- 2020-11-25Shark-inspired concept: Lazzarini Design Studio has unveiled a series of renderings of a new yacht design that's been devised to resemble a shark.
- 2020-11-25Scattered hotels: Hotels worldwide have been adapting to cope with the Covid era, but Italy already had one type of accommodation perfect for social distancing -- the so-called scattered hotel, or albergo diffuso.
- 2020-11-23Etihad Rail network, United Arab Emirates: The United Arab Emirates' first national rail network will operate across 1,200 kilometers (746 miles), connecting the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf and extending down the western coast to the border wit
- 2020-11-23A person dressed as Santa Claus meets with children at the Aalborg Zoo in Denmark on November 13.
- 2020-11-23Britain's Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, poses in his military dress uniform circa 1990.
- 2020-11-23New York City students protest to keep schools open on November 14. Mayor Bill de Blasio made the decision to close down the city's public school buildings starting on November 19, after the city's 7-day average reached the 3% positive-testing-r
- 2020-11-22Felix the Cat was one of the first giant balloons to appear in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade in New York City, as much a holiday tradition as turkey, football and dinner-table debates, started in 1924. Balloons first appeared in 1927
- 2020-11-20A supporter of President Donald Trump yells at counterprotesters outside the US Supreme Court during the Million MAGA March in Washington on Saturday, November 14. Anti-Trump protesters clashed with supporters of the President and law enforcement Saturday
- 2020-11-20Martha Washington was the first "first lady" -- although she wasn't called that at the time. Born Martha Dandridge on a Virginia plantation in 1731, she was a wealthy widow and mother when she married George Washington in 1759.
When he be
- 2020-11-1810. Los Angeles: LA fell two places from number 8 on the EIU's previous list. Click through the gallery to find out which other destinations made the top 10.
- 2020-11-18The Cybathlon competition brings together people with physical disabilities to compete in everyday tasks using state-of-the-art assistance technologies. Zurich-based team Scewo competed in the powered wheelchair race, where they had to traverse uneven ter
- 2020-11-18A truck carrying pro-democracy protesters with a loudspeaker system moves through the crowd at an anti-government rally in Bangkok, Thailand, on Wednesday, November 18.
- 2020-11-18A native to Amazonia's rivers and lakes, the arapaima gigas is one of the biggest freshwater fish in the world, measuring an impressive 10 feet long and weighing a whopping 485 pounds. Known to locals as the pirarucu, the air-breathing giant preys on
- 2020-11-17The Sanctuary: Located on Koh Phangan in the Gulf of Thailand, The Sanctuary is a popular wellness resort offering spa, yoga and detox services.
- 2020-11-17Each year, 100 ideas are showcased in Global Grad Show, billed as the world's most diverse gathering of graduate design projects. Scroll through to see some of the most innovative designs from this year's show.
A shared urban vehicle: "Tri
- 2020-11-17Tonglu, China: The picturesque countryside of Tonglu has inspired Chinese artists and writers for centuries, including the famed painter Huang Gongwang.
- 2020-11-17A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the company's Crew Dragon spacecraft is launched on NASA's SpaceX Crew-1 mission to the International Space Station.
- 2020-11-16Moscow, Russia -- St Basil's Cathedral was built during the 16th century by Ivan IV or, as he was nicknamed, Ivan the Terrible. The structure's design and color was modified throughout its history.
- 2020-11-15People ride to safety in a boat after being rescued from floodwaters in Rodriguez, Philippines, on Thursday, November 12.
- 2020-11-14President Donald Trump waits to speak at a 9/11 memorial service in September 2017.
- 2020-11-13Medical workers treat a Covid-19 patient in Houston on Tuesday, November 10. Texas this week became the first state to surpass 1 million Covid-19 infections, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.
- 2020-11-12"The Shape of Things to Come," an exhibition that's part of Dubai Design Week, is showcasing Middle East designers' visions of the future of architecture, in a world changed by coronavirus.
The future of nightclubs? Rabih Geha Archit
- 2020-11-11Beethoven anniversary: It's 250 years since the birth of musical genius Ludwig van Beethoven, and the places most closely associated with him are celebrating the anniversary with events and artworks like this street mural in Bonn.
- 2020-11-11Zurek: Usually served with a hard boiled egg, this fermented soup made of sour rye flour is the definitive Polish comfort food.
- 2020-11-11What did Biden eat?: After Joe Biden's victory in the recent US presidential election, people have been flocking to Beijing restaurant Yaoji Chaogan to sample the food the president-elect ate when he visited in 2011.
- 2020-11-11This rapid test kit developed in Senegal is the latest innovation designed to help fight the pandemic in Africa. A small finger-prick of blood, much like an insulin test, is read by the plastic stick and delivers a result in less than 10 minutes.
- 2020-11-10Long life: In the 1990s, the Italian town of Campodimele became famous for the longevity of its residents, many of whom lived to be centenarians.
- 2020-11-09The Chatham Islands: A remote archipelago in the Pacific, the Chatham Islands are part of New Zealand.
- 2020-11-09"Mitra," developed by Invento Robotics, at work at at Fortis hospital in Bangalore. Scroll through the gallery for more examples of robots that are doing good.
- 2020-11-09Game show host Alex Trebek poses on the set of "Jeopardy!" on April 17, 2010, in Culver City, California.
- 2020-11-09President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are joined by their spouses after Biden gave a victory speech in Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, November 7.
- 2020-11-08Joe Biden speaks in Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday, November 6. The next day, he became President-elect.
- 2020-11-08People celebrate in Philadelphia after Joe Biden was projected to win the presidential election on Saturday, November 7.
- 2020-11-08US President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are joined by family members on stage after their victory speeches in Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, November 7. Earlier in the day, CNN projected that Biden will be the nation's
- 2020-11-08Kamala Harris speaks during an economic forum in Las Vegas in April 2019. The US senator from California is now the vice president-elect.
- 2020-11-08President-elect Joe Biden is joined by Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and their spouses at their victory speech in Wilmington, Delaware, on Saturday, November 7. The drive-in rally was held outside at the Chase Center.
- 2020-11-06This DIY grain burger has it all: Mushrooms, brown rice, lentils, and walnuts make for a healthful powerhouse.
- 2020-11-06Biomedical scientist Zoltan Takacs has traveled to more than 190 countries in search of venomous creatures that can potentially help create new medical treatments -- like this sea snake in Fiji.
Scroll through the gallery for more on the ways venomous ani
- 2020-11-0520. American Bar, London: The 2017 best bar winner, The American Bar at the Savoy is one part swanky hotel, two parts classic Art Deco and three parts hard work -- all mixed up for more than 125 years.
- 2020-11-05From 19th-century sci-fi novels to 1960s cartoons like "The Jetsons" (pictured), our obsession with the future has permeated popular culture. While some ideas about the possibilities of technology were wildly inaccurate, others anticipated futur
- 2020-11-05Rohingya children wait to receive food from an aid group at a refugee camp in Ukhiya, Bangladesh, on Tuesday, November 14. More than 600,000 of the Rohingya Muslim minority group from Myanmar's Rakhine state have fled to Bangladesh, according to the
- 2020-11-05Spuds you like: The humble potato was first domesticated by the pre-Inca people of the Andes some 8,000 years ago. And we've been loving those tubers ever since.
- 2020-11-04Saqqara, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and necropolis south of Cairo, Egypt, continues to reveal its ancient secrets. This year multiple digs have unearthed scores of beautifully preserved sarcophagi around 2,500 years old, along with a host of decorative
- 2020-11-04Green turtle -- Green turtles are unfussy nesters, landing on tropical and sub-tropical beaches to lay their eggs. Adult green turtles are predominantly herbivores, feeding on grasses and algae, making them a dietary outlier among the seven turtle species
- 2020-11-04Dubai architects Wael Al Awar and Kenichi Teramoto have developed a cement inspired by the UAE's salt flats (pictured) and made from salt minerals found in desalination brine. Dubai has become a hotbed of architectural innovation. Swipe through to di
- 2020-11-04Cossack, Australia: Located 1,300 kilometers north of Perth in Western Australia, Cossack was abandoned 70 years ago. But plans are reportedly underway to develop it into a bigger tourist attraction complete with eco-tourism accommodation, cafes, gallerie
- 2020-11-04In the next 10 years, the way we travel day-to-day will change dramatically with transport innovations that make mobility easier and greener. Autonomous electric ferries like Zeabuz's will allow people living in cities with plentiful waterways to com
- 2020-11-03Biotechnology startup Koniku is developing high-tech sensors to sniff out bombs. The device, a "Konikore", is made from living biological cells -- like the ones found in your nose -- that can smell molecular compounds. In December, trials of the
- 2020-11-01A man looks at his house buried under the rubble following flash floods brought by Typhoon Goni in the Albay province of the Philippines on Sunday, November 1.