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Arab troops spotted landing in vital Yemen city

Saudi officials had warned a ground operation would follow air campaign; small landing of "reconnaissance" troops in Aden

Filipinos saddened over loss by their "National Fist"

Some say Mayweather -- who got a $100M check afterwards -- ran around too much; boxing luminaries Tyson, De La Hoya complain about fight

Royal family debuts baby princess

The still un-named royal baby weighed in at eight pounds, three ounces. She was born at 8:34 A.M. London time. Mark Phillips reports.

Nepal quake survivor starts online campaign to help family rebuild

When Californian Spencer Dickinson came to Nepal he was greeted with generosity and hospitality. Inspired by the kindness he experienced, he started a GoFundMe page to help the families rebuild their lives. Seth Doane reports.

Violent new drug cartel alarming authorities in Mexico

A western Mexico state is seeing an increase in drug-related killings due to a new group that analysts say is flexing its muscles

Trial begins in mob killing of Afghanistan woman

Suspects are facing charges in the brutal death of a Kabul woman who was the victim of a false accusation

A catastrophe in Nepal fosters an unlikely friendship

For a California man, a trip to climb Mount Everest turned into an effort to help one family caught in a devastating earthquake

U.S. to look into claim of Syria airstrike killing civilians

Activist group claims dozens were killed by U.S.-led airstrikes near Syrian border town amid campaign targeting ISIS

Is Syria's Assad losing power?

The recent weakening of Syrian government forces could mean a shift in the civil war

First look at royal baby girl

The royal baby made her first appearance outside St. Mary's Hospital in London. CBS News' Mark Phillips was standing outside the hospital as the royal couple presented the child.

Getting aid to devastated Nepal countryside no small task

Nepal's capital suffered extensive damage, but conditions are much worse in Himalayan villages

Picking royal baby name not a simple process

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to her second child. Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter joins CBSN's David Begnaud to discuss traditions surrounding the royal birth.

Prince George meets new little sister

Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to her second child. Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter joins CBSN's David Begnaud to discuss traditions surrounding the royal birth.

Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to second child

Prince William's wife Kate has given birth to their second child--a baby girl. Mark Phillips tells us more about Britain's new princess from outside the hospital in London.

Mayweather vs. Pacquiao: The richest fight in history

The welterweight championship bout between unbeaten Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao is being called the "fight of the century." Carter Evans reports from Las Vegas, where the fight will take place.

Aid needed for earthquake victims on Himalayan villages

In the aftermath of the earthquake that caused devastation in Nepal, the government is pleading for international donors to send supplies. Nepal's capital suffered extensive damage, but conditions are much worse in the Himalayan countryside. Seth Doane reports from Katmandu.

Photos of the week

The most compelling images from the week's news, April 25-May 1, 2015

Kate gives birth to new royal baby

Kate, Prince William welcome second child to their family

Royal delivery on its way

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, or Kate and Prince William to most of the world, at hospital with Kate in "early stages of labor"

Royal baby on the way

Kate Duchess of Cambridge goes to hospital in early stages of labor

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