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Gunman kills politician, two journalists in Finland

A 23-year-old was arrested for shooting three women outside a restaurant in southeastern Finland with a rifle

Putin expresses confidence in Trump amid concerns

Russian president explains why he thinks the U.S. president-elect is a "clever man," as others fret over his geopolitical choices

Almanac: The giant squid

On December 4, 2006, an elusive ocean beast was captured live on video for the very first time

ISIS pounds Iraqi fighters near Mosul

While there was initial battlefield successes, the progress of Iraqi forces has slowed down after fierce ISIS counterattacks

Countries pledge to protect heritage sites in war zones

ISIS has destroyed thousands of artifacts and archaeological sites in its rampage through Iraq and Syria. Representatives from 40 countries made plans to protect other historic antiquities from sharing the same fate. Jonathan Vigliotti has more.

Trump call adds to tense China-Taiwan relationship

President-elect Donald Trump's phone call with Taiwan's president is the latest chapter of a complicated relationship between Taiwan and China that has recently become even more volatile. Adriana Diaz has more.

Donald Trump defends controversial Taiwan call

A congratulatory phone call between the president of Taiwan and President-elect Donald Trump has China seething. Errol Barnett has more.

Energized by Trump victory, Austria's far-right party hopes for win

Austria, which holds presidential election Sunday, among first to test staying power of right-wing populism in Europe

Legacy of Gen. Douglas MacArthur lives on at his war office

Ahead of 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor attack, Gen. Douglas MacArthur's Australia office restored as museum

Philippines leader: Trump praised my drug crackdown

Donald Trump seems to give endorsement to bloody drug war being waged by President Rodrigo Duterte

Russia sees Trump as conduit for eased sanctions

For Vladimir Putin, sanctions relief is gateway to goal of establishing Russia as political, economic equivalent of U.S.

New victory against rebels leaves Aleppo in ruins

The five-year-long civil war in Syria that left almost half a million people dead may be reaching a turning point. Russia's foreign minister said Saturday Russia is ready for talks with the U.S. on a rebel pullout from the besieged city of Aleppo. Show More Summary

Donald Trump on defense after controversial Taiwan call

Donald Trump's call with Taiwan leader could open rift between China, U.S. before president-elect takes office

Philip Bump: Trump's phone call with Taiwan is a "break" for U.S.

Washington Post political columnist Philip Bump joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss the possible implications of Donald Trump's risky call to Taiwan, and his Cabinet picks.

Trump's risky phone call with Taiwan could anger China

In a major break with U.S. diplomatic policy, President-elect Donald Trump spoke to the leader of Taiwan in a 10-minute telephone conversation Friday, which could open a rift between China and the U.S. before Trump takes office. Taiwan is self-ruled, but China claims the island nation as one of its provinces. Errol Barnett reports.

Human ancestor "Lucy" was a tree climber, study suggests

More than four decades after she was discovered, “Lucy” is still providing new insights on human origins

Visually stunning cultures around the world

Striking images of daily life and celebrations that capture the beauty and diversity of different cultures around the world

General Tso's Chicken inventor dies at 98

Peng Chang-kuei first bought the dish to New York about 40 years ago, despite that it was never a part of Chinese culinary tradition

Inventor of General Tso's chicken dies

The inventor of General Tso's chicken died at age 98. CBSN's Kristine Johnson has more on the iconic dish and the man behind it.

Dachau gate appears to be found in Norway

The gate, bearing the slogan “Arbeit macht frei,” or “Work sets you free,” was stolen two years ago from the memorial site at the concentration camp

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