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Cyberbullying blamed for Australian child model's suicide

14-year-old Amy "Dolly" Everett remembered by hundreds of mourners as her death focuses attention on cyberbullying

Queen Elizabeth speaks candidly about her coronation

In a rare television appearance for a new documentary from the Smithsonian Channel, Queen Elizabeth shares the memories of the day she was crowned nearly 65 years ago. She talks about the "horrible" carriage ride that took her around London. Charlie D'Agata reports.

U.K. politician explains stance on homeless ahead of royal wedding

After backlash, Windsor council leader says "key thing is to draw the distinction between homelessness – which is an abomination in a civilized society – and anti-social behavior"

Trump issues vague denial after "shthole countries" remark

"Why are we having all these people from shthole countries come here?" the president reportedly said in an Oval Office meeting, confirmed by CBS News

Trump gets facts wrong as he nixes London visit

As the president says he's cancelling trip due to U.S. embassy because it was a "bad deal" by Obama

Trump blames Obama for Bush's "bad" U.K. embassy deal

President Trump said he scrapped an upcoming trip to London because the new U.S. embassy is a "bad deal." Trump tweeted he was "not a big fan of the Obama Administration having sold perhaps the best located and finest embassy in London for 'peanuts,' only to build a new one in an off location for 1.2 billion dollars." Jonathan Vigliotti reports.

Trump's crude immigration comment draws bipartisan condemnation

In an Oval Office meeting on immigration, President Trump said, "Why do we want all these people from shthole countries here?" The president's remark caused a political backlash in Washington and a diplomatic incident overseas. The lead U.S. diplomat in Haiti was formally summoned to try to explain the offensive remark. Margaret Brennan reports.

"Shthole countries" respond to Trump's rhetoric

While some governments tread cautiously, at least one nation maligned by the U.S. leader is demanding an explanation

"Words cannot affect me": Haitians react to Trump's vulgar comment

"He's just being a bully," Djenane Gourgue, of the Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce of Florida said Thursday

Trump says he has a "very good relationship" with Kim Jong Un

Asked if he's spoken with the North Korean leader, Mr. Trump said, "I don't want to comment on it. I'm not saying I have or haven't. I just don't want to comment"

Syrian girl barely remembers the day that changed her life

The conflict that continues to rage on has put many children -- including two Syrian sisters -- in danger

"It's just sick": Dead koala screwed to post sparks outrage

"I've been doing this job for 10 years and I've never seen anything like it," animal rescue staffer says

Ecuador grants nationality to WikiLeaks founder

Julian Assange has been living in asylum at Ecuador's embassy in London for the past five years

Tattoos lead police to arrest fugitive gang member

Shigeharu Shirai was hiding for over 10 years to evade murder charges in Japan connected to the death of a rival gang member

Equador grants nationality to WikiLeaks founder

Assange has been living in asylum at an embassy for the past five years

Protests in Pakistan after 8-year-old's murder

Protests erupted across Pakistan after the rape and murder of a young girl. Her family is raising concerns about a lack of police protection.

Parts of Mexico get U.S. "do not travel" warning

The level 4 warning puts 5 Mexican states on the same level as war-torn countries like Syria, Yemen and Somalia

2 airline pilots sacked over alleged cockpit fight

Indian media say female co-pilot refused to return to cockpit for a time after being slapped by male pilot

DACA medical students grapple with uncertain future

Nearly 700,000 immigrants are protected by DACA, and many of them are training for high-level professional careers. Adriana Diaz reports from Loyola University Medical Center in a Chicago suburb where a group of future doctors are watching the DACA debate very nervously.

North Korea says popularity of 'Fire and Fury' foretells Trump's end

A North Korean newspaper ran articles on the book's success and the president's reaction

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