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A rare 1719 Stradivarius viola is expected to sell for more than $45 million in a private sale by Sotheby's and Ingles & Hayday. The instrument is one of two violas by Antonio Stradivari still in private hands, with only 10 Stradivari violas known to have survived to the present day.
Choreographers create kind of cultural exchange between U.S., Cuba that virtually dried up a decade ago
S. Korean experts say 2 small drones apparently flown across border by the North are crude but underscore a new threat
Malaysian official tells CBS News that in addition to crew and pilots, police are talking to everyone involved in handling of jet's cargo
Pakistan's leaders won't confirm $15B cash infusion came from Saudi Arabia, but opposition lawmakers want to know what was promised in return
With nothing to show for his latest diplomatic offensive, Secretary Kerry warns Israeli, Palestinian leaders of "limits" to U.S. role
With so much attention now on rampant sexual attacks, Indian courts are moving faster than ever to punish those found guilty
Time is of the essence as ships listening for "pings" from the boxes scour remote area of Indian Ocean
Seven year-old Bebe suffered horrible wounds in Afghanistan, resulting in her right arm being amputated by doctors in the U.S. Now she has a prosthetic arm and, thanks to international volunteers, new hope and abilities. Art Barron of KCAL-TV reports.
In 1975, an Italian autoworker purchased two stolen priceless works of art from a railway's lost-and-found auction for around $100. Forty years later, their true values were discovered, and they were recovered by Italian authorities. Bryce Urbany reports.
Two giant pandas are on display at the Pairi Daiza Zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. They arrived almost a month prior to their debut, having been leased by a conservation and research center in southwest China's Sichuan province. The zoo's director says he thinks the pandas will result in an increase in visitors.
Police believe a shark killed 63-year-old Christine Armstrong while she swam with a group of swimmers of the coast of Australia, south of Sydney. So far, police have found no trace of Armstrong's body. Read more about this story HERE.
Toronto mayor votes "no" on naming street after late Nelson Mandela and congratulating Olympians; Ford claims he pushed wrong button
Leaders of 2 nations heading search for missing Boeing 777 make the only promise they can to families desperate for answers