Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro roll-back transport fee hikes which sparked demos, but protesters say wider corruption is now their target
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Afghan president Karzai was furious about the nameplate the Taliban put on the door of its new political office
As Syria's civil war rages on just beyond the border with Jordan, the U.S. is participating in joint military exercises -- complete with 8,000 troops, F-16s, and cobra attack helicopters -- that are sending a message to the Syrian dictator to stay out. Clarissa Ward reports.
Nelson Mandela has been in the hospital for nearly two weeks. Mandela family members are said to be trying to decide how much medical intervention is too much for an old and sick man. Mark Phillips reports.
Those close to anti-apartheid leader say family faces difficult decision; question whether he's being kept alive to insure political stability
Russia and congressional Republicans are not yet sold on President Obama's proposal to cut America's nuclear arsenal by a third if Russia does the same. Russian President Vladimir Putin said he won't reduce his arsenal without concessions from the U.S. on missile defense systems. Major Garrett reports.
Bombs-and-gunfire assault launched by suicide brigade of Qaeda-linked group sets off clash with security forces
A mother gorilla gave birth to twins in the Dutch Burgers' Zoo, in Arnhem, Netherlands, a rare occurrence among gorillas - especially for those in captivity.
Zookeepers were shocked when 20-year-old mother gorilla give birth to two baby apes, a boy and a girl
A Vatican commission has approved a miracle attributed to John Paul II's intercession