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Latest in string of attacks targeting foreigners in Afghan capital leaves at least 5 people dead
A recent court ruling could make public graphic recordings of Guantanamo Bay detainees being pulled from their detention cells and subject to force-feeding. CBS News’ Paula Reid reports.
Nine women and one man say the former CBC radio star choked, hit and sexually assaulted them, which he claims was consensual "rough sex"
It was so cold in Siberia that passengers on a commercial jet needed to help push the plane onto the runway. With temperatures at 61 degrees below zero, the plane's tires got stuck to the ground. Gayle King reports
Many civilian casualties reported after Syrian government's series of attacks on Raqqa
Rare Siberian tiger released into the wild by Russian president is keeping farmers on edge
In Melbourne, Australia, a woman was hanging her laundry to dry Tuesday when a sinkhole opened up under her. She dropped 10 feet but was rescued uninjured a short time later. Gayle King reports.
Deadly outbreak may be spreading next door, but in Monrovia, drop in infection rate is bringing new hope, and a cautious return to public life
Passengers on Russian airliner trying to get out of the Arctic town of Ingarka were going nowhere fast, until they put their backs into it
Underground tremors spark blaze, leave dozens dead in China's notoriously deadly mines