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Scientists explain how a specific combination of conditions allowed the couple's bodies to be preserved for decades
New primetime summer series features reports driven by fresh voices, perspectives from around the world
The parents of Charlie Gard have dropped a months-long plea for their son to receive experimental treatment in the United States.
Parents in U.K. have withdrawn request to fly him to U.S. for experimental treatment for rare genetic condition
Pakistani officials say security forces guarding demolition site in Lahore were hit by blast
In a new documentary airing Monday, "Diana, our mother: Her life and legacy," British princes William and Harry share memories of their mother, 20 years after her sudden death. The princes also reveal regrets over a phone call with her that they had no idea would be her last. Liz Palmer reports.
In new HBO documentary the royal brothers share memories of their mother publicly for the first time, twenty years after her sudden death
Authorities say 5 people injured, including two seriously, in Schaffhausen, near German border
Jared Kushner will testify Monday before the Senate Intelligence Committee. The committee has been storing up questions about Kushner's contacts with Russian officials and businessmen that he initially did not disclose. Nancy Cordes reports.
Identified only as Linda W., 16-year-old Muslim convert caught with other "ISIS brides" tells newspaper she's had enough
Afghan officials say attack in nation’s capital, Kabul, targeted bus carrying government employees
There's a unique Italian restaurant in the rolling hills of Tuscany. It's located inside a prison -- and meals are served by those who are serving time. Seth Doane reports.
The U.S. military is investigating an airstrike that accidentally killed at least a dozen Afghan police Friday in Helmand Province. The area -- in southern Afghanistan -- is now controlled by the Taliban. U.S. Marines recently returned there after several years to help drive them out. Charlie D'Agata reports.
The incident comes at a time of mounting tensions between Israel and the Muslim world over metal detectors Israel installed at a Jerusalem shrine
Guthrie McLean, a University of Montana senior, was released from a detention center in the central China city of Zhengzhou, according to Sen. Steve Daines
Spieth bounced back with a collection of clutch shots, delivering a rally that ranks among the best
After capturing Taywara district,Taliban fighters stalked the only hospital looking for wounded Afghan National Security personnel to kill
Funeral for Marcelin and Francine Dumoulin took place Saturday in a church in Saviese in southwestern Switzerland, Swiss media reports
After stalling in the House, a bipartisan effort has been reached to vote on the Russia, Iran and North Korea Sanctions Act this week
There had been 31 instances of golfers shooting 63 in major championship history, but until Saturday at the 146th British Open Championship, there had never been a 62