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There haven't been 10 straight hurricanes since 1893, according to a hurricane researcher
The 15-year-old grew up in Kansas, and misses the comforts of home: "There's a restaurant called Texas Roadhouse, they have steak there," she said
On the edge of Raqqa, CBS News correspondent Holly Williams encountered a group of women who have just escaped ISIS territory -- including an American teen. The girl, 15, grew up in Kansas but was taken to Syria against her will five years ago.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in D.C. for gender equality events and meetings with Trump
New research found that treating the effects of obesity will cost the world's collective health care systems $1.2 trillion per year by 2025
U.N. human rights chief has called violence against Muslim minority "textbook ethnic cleansing"
With 4,000 civilians trapped in Syrian city and Russia accusing U.S. of allowing militants to flee Iraq, U.S. coalition reiterates hard line
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy issues veiled threat at next move should Catalonia declare split from Spain
Rare public pressure from close ally comes as Iran warns Trump of "crushing response" if he undermines 2015 pact
Conviction on charges linked to failed coup comes as Turkey accuses U.S. consulate workers of espionage
Collision with cargo ship left 10 U.S. sailors dead and had already prompted dismissal of Navy's 5th Fleet commander
Security video shows suspects hurrying away after airport attack on North Korea leader’s estranged half brother
Billions of trees are lost every year, faster than human hands can plant them. One engineer has a possible solution.
They're driven by revenge, and hungry for American help -- and after just 15 days of training, they'll head straight for the frontline
As U.S.-backed forces close in on ISIS' self-proclaimed capital in Syria, Raqqa, people are volunteering to help finish off the terror group. Holly Williams reports from Syria.
Officials have said that there has been no evidence of vote tallies being changed as a result of Russian meddling in last year's election
Catalan President Carles Puigdemont suspended secession for "a few weeks" to pursue negotiations with the Spanish government
Jonathan Alpeyrie was kidnapped in Syria in 2013 while moving toward the front lines to cover the conflict
Lee Cheol-hee, a Democratic Party lawmaker, says North Korean hackers stole the plans last year
European Council President Donald Tusk urges Catalonia’s leader to negotiate with Spain ahead of key remarks following independence referendum