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Seychelles police say they don't know yet what killed two American security officers on ship made famous in Tom Hanks movie "Captain Phillips"
In the Ukrainian capital, anti-government protestors and police remain locked in stalemate over the country's future. After dozens of people died in clashes, the White House is keeping a close eye on the situation and trying to work with European partners to end the violence. CBS News' Danielle Nottingham reports.
Antlers of 20 reindeer painted with fluorescent dyes in bid to halt some of the thousands of road deaths of the roaming caribou
Auxiliary police force made up of Cossacks attacks punk group with horsewhips as it tried to perform under sign advertising Olympics
Finland eliminates Russia from tournament with 3-1 victory, putting a stunning end to the host nation's enormous expectations
American Ted Ligety lived up to the hype and won gold in the giant slalom race. Unfortunately, Bode Miller was not so lucky and finished in 20th place. CBS News' Steve Futterman reports from Sochi.
In Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, Britain's Prince Charles dresses in traditional robes and carries a sword to take part in the 'Ardha' - or sword dance - while on his short tour of the Middle East.
At least 28 people have died in clashes in Kiev; Obama warns of "consequences" for stepping over line
Plane lands safely in Hong Kong; incident comes one day after turbulence triggers sparks scare aboard United flight in U.S.
The Winter Olympics are in their last week in Russia, and amazing stories from Americans who went to the Games are everywhere. Alphonso Van Marsh has the story about one group of journalism students who traveled to Sochi not as spectators - they were on assignment.
For a second straight day, the U.S. struck gold at the Winter Olympics in Sochi. Steve Futterman reports.
President Nicolas Maduro accuses Leopoldo Lopez of leading fascist plot to overthrow him; supporters say charges are trumped up
Apollo Theatre where 80 were hurt when ceiling fell in may come back with stage adaption of vampire movie
In Kiev, Ukraine, clashes between anti-government protesters and police turned deadly, with multiple deaths reported on both sides.
Some Russian hockey fans are still seething about an American referee's controversial call that helped the U.S. defeat Russia in a tournament match-up last weekend. The highly contested decision is even sparking protests. CBS News' Adriana Diaz reports.
Opposition headquarters burns and 20 people die as Ukrainian authorities move to stamp out protest camps in Kiev
Canadian and U.S. ice dancing teams share a coach, but the Canadians say she favored the Americans, who won gold in Sochi