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Authorities struggling against strikes, public anger as government attempts to change the way France views work
22 separate coast guard rescue operations were conducted in just one day
Dozens feared dead after second migrant vessel capsizes in as many days
Local Coptic Orthodox church says rumors were behind violent attack in part of Egypt where Christians are often targeted
Trump has suggested that Japan should develop nuclear weapons of their own because the U.S. spends too much money protecting it
President Obama and other world leaders are working to eliminate the nuclear threat posed by the North Korean government.
Eric Arnold died on way down after reaching 29,035-foot summit; 2 other bodies, 2 missing climbers still on the mountain
President Obama faced a public scolding from Japan's prime minister over the murder of a Japanese woman allegedly by an American military contractor
10-foot-long snake slithered up from Attaporn Boonmakchuay's toilet and latched on, and it took half an hour to get it off
President Obama is in Japan Thursday for the G7 Summit and he's facing tensions with his host
Host of problems -- like the Zika virus, filthy water and more -- are forcing some athletes to reconsider competing in the Games
CBS News correspondent Holly Williams asks the head of Egypt's Civil Aviation Authority what he thinks could have caused EgyptAir flight 804 to crash
And speaking at G7 summit in Japan, president says international colleagues' concerns about likely GOP nominee are well-founded
President won Nobel for pledge to work toward nuclear disarmament, so why so little progress in 7 years?
Minister for civil aviation Sherif Fathy told CBS News that at this premature stage, no possible causes of the crash have been eliminated
Two thirsty lions gave a couple from South Africa the memory -- and video -- of a lifetime
Akash Vukoti has had a talent for spelling words since he was two
During his visit to Japan, President Obama was publicly lectured by Japanese PM Shinzo Abe over the sexual assault and murder of a Japanese woman, allegedly at the hands of a former Marine
Dramatic photos show a boat full of migrants capsizing off the coast of Libya. At least five people drowned.
Prosecutors have charged four suspected ISIS recruiters, who they say may have planned new attacks in the country