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Quick progress as North, South Korea hold 1st talks in years

Historic rivals remain sharply at odds over nukes, but manage to find common ground in first direct meetings in 2 years

Queen Elizabeth II reflects on coronation

For the first time, Queen Elizabeth II is sharing what it was like to experience her coronation back in 1953. CBS News foreign correspondent Charlie D'Agata has the details on the documentary that has the queen opening up.

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Oprah for president? Golden Globes speech stirs speculation of 2020 run; Queen Elizabeth II reflects on coronation

North Korea agrees to talks with South Korea ahead of Olympics

In the new year, North Korea has agreed to talks with South Korea ahead of the upcoming Winter Olympics. CBS News foreign correspondent Ben Tracy reports.

Salvadorans with U.S.-born children filled with dread after Trump move

El Salvador is the fourth country whose citizens have lost temporary protected status? under Trump

See Princess Charlotte at her first day of nursery school

Princess Charlotte will be a full-time pupil at Willcocks Nursery School in London

Queen Elizabeth opens up about coronation in rare interview

Britain's Queen Elizabeth is revealing secrets about the day she was crowned nearly 65 years ago. The queen was interviewed for a documentary that will air on the Smithsonian Channel this Sunday. In the program, she also watches film footage of her coronation in June 1953. Charlie D'Agata reports.

Dozens feared dead after smuggling boat sinks

The Italian coast guard rescued 86 people from the boat hours after it started sinking Saturday morning

Almost 20 killed in violence near Mexico resorts

Deadliest of 2 incidents involved community police force clashing with state police near Acapulco

Queen Elizabeth speaks in new documentary

In rare interview for "The Coronation," the British monarch recalls her ascension to the throne

How color, smell and sound impact the flavor of food

At a research kitchen in London, a psychology professor and a top chef are trying to see how big a role perception plays in flavor

Sydney nearly breaks heat record with 116-degree weather

Thousands were left without power, and total fire bans were put in place as officials warned of severe danger

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Temperatures hit historic lows; crackdown on poachers who kill endangered rhinos.

Crackdown on poachers who kill endangered rhinos

Fewer than 20,000 rhinos remain in the wild. Many live in Kruger National Park, South Africa's largest public game reserve. For the past decade, poachers have been killing off Kruger's endangered rhinos at an alarming rate. Rhino horns sell for thousands of dollars a pound on the black market. Debora Patta reports on the crackdown on rhino poaching.

Where do things stand with North Korea?

Former deputy director of the CIA and CBS News contributor Mike Morrell and former Obama National Security Adviser Tom Donilon discuss recent foreign affairs developments.

Private company to resume search for lost Malaysia Airlines flight

Ocean Infinity dispatched a search vessel this past week to look in the southern Indian Ocean for debris from the plane

Barbour coats: A British tradition

They're raincoats fit for a Queen, or for 007. Martha Teichner visits the Barbour factory in Northern England and their "museum" of classic rainwear, to learn the inside story of a British tradition perfect for inclement weather anywhere.

Coat tales: A tradition of Barbour outerwear

Fitting for English weather, every prized garment by the trendy raincoat manufacturer has some well-worn traditions sewn in

Vermeer and the Dutch Masters who influenced him

A unique exhibition at Washington's National Gallery of Art features works by the 17th century painter and his contemporaries

11 Saudi Arabia princes arrested after protest: report

Division of the National Guard -- tasked with protecting the royal family -- rounded up the princes Saturday, local media reported

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