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CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about why limiting certain West Africans from traveling could be effective in curbing the virus’ spread.
The international track star will swap the glory of the Olympics for a tiny cell in a maximum security prison in Pretoria. Pistorious could serve as little as ten months in prison, the rest under house arrest, according to South African law. Debora Patta reports.
A group of suspected ISIS fighters is being held by Kurdish troops in Northern Syria. Some of the prisoners, like Suleiman Mohammed, who claims he was forced to join the terrorist group, are lending insight into the group's vicious tactics. Holly Williams reports.
The Duchess of Cambridge has resumed her royal duties after spending more than two months out of the public eye while suffering from acute morning sickness. She attended the Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards Gala at the National History Museum in London.
"She's recovering well, her spirits are high ... The recovery is going great," hospital spokeswoman says
Teenager, now a prisoner, says he was given anti-anxiety drug and forced to fight for Islamic militants.
In what the medical community is calling an incredible breakthrough, a Polish man who was left a quadriplegic after a stabbing, can walk again. The miraculous procedure involved doctors taking cells from his nose and implanting them into his spinal cord. CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
John Kerry says former Democratic presidential candidate will help smooth negotiations in the new round of power-sharing talks
Canadian authorities say they have discovered the remains of as many as four dead infants in a storage locker
Two other Americans who have been tried and convicted of crimes in North Korea are still being held