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Police freed and escorted a man who raped and murdered four boys in 1988 to an unknown location after his sentence was up Tuesday
Officials link rise in rainfall and flooding in Britain to climate change; country’s west coast hit repeatedly by bad weather
Conservative country’s Sports and Youth Minister orders probe after 3-year-old racy snaps of skier Jacky Chamoun cause a stir
German federal court rules man must pay cost of old-age care for his late father, who severed ties with him 4 decades ago
There shall be no more little "Facbooks" or "Circumcisions" running around in Sonora state, as officials move to curtail bullying
Lawmakers appear set to extend country’s right-to-die law to teenagers with terminal illness and unbearable pain
Jose Salvador Alvarenga washed up on Marshall Islands, saying he survived more than a year on small boat that drifted across Pacific from Mexico
Traditional elephant breeding grounds and migration are being compromised by expanding human resettlement in the Ivory Coast. To reduce conflict between humans and elephants, local groups have embarked on a campaign to relocate some of the forest elephants.
Flash Points: CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss assessment by Intelligence Director James Clapper that terror group al Qaeda is merely “morphing” and not “on the run,” as leaders have been saying for years.
Flash Points: Ahead of President Obama’s state dinner for French President Francois Hollande, CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the increasingly friendly nature of France’s relationship with the United States on the world stage.
Activists warn law that would limit testimony in domestic violence cases is part of broader Afghan trend of rolling back women's rights
Only 55 “comfort women,” captured by Japanese soldiers and forced into sexual slavery, still alive and seeking compensation
Intel official says Taliban "number one suspect" as group has attacked theaters previously, as prospects dwindle for peace talks