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Court decision made behind closed-door outrages family of murdered 27-year-old woman
The pilot of the TransAsia flight that crashed February in Taiwan accidentally shut off the wrong engine
Probe alleges bribery and racketeering worth more than $150 million involving high-ranking FIFA officials over 2 decades
U.S. seeking to differentiate between what Iranian officials say for domestic consumption and what they promise in negotiating room
Government minister says investigation "has allowed us to discover the network behind the operation"
Seth Doane and his team venture to the South China Sea island of Pag-Asa, where locals accuse Beijing of "bullying"
Go behind the scenes with Seth Doane as he and his team try to find out what China is really up to on disputed islands in the South China Sea
At least 36 people are dead and 118 rescued after the Philippine ferry MB Nervana capsized
Pilot who mistakenly throttled down still-running engine before deadly crash failed a flight simulator test in 2014, officials say
Ruling by French court could have major implications for 3,000 women who won $6.4M over leaky silicone implants
Myint Naing was 18 when a man came to his village in Burma promising work -- work he's lucky to have survived
New York has a plan to protect the city's massive fireworks show
The wooden boat with 189 people aboard was leaving Ormoc City when it sank in heavy seas
Beats England 2-1 to earn right to defend title by taking on U.S. in rematch of 2011 championship game
Company says human error to blame after machine designed to assemble auto parts grabs and crushes contractor against metal plate
Dozens killed, frantic effort to find almost 20 people still missing as vessel carrying more than 170 capsizes in Asian island nation
Citing a "personal responsibility," Prince Alwaleed bin Talal says he will donate all of his $32 billion fortune to charity
Greece's government is showing signs it may accept the terms of a bailout package days before the country runs out of money
CBS News' Seth Doane visits a tiny piece of land populated by a small group of Filipinos who want to keep it out of Chinese hands
China is building brand new islands and air strips in the South China Sea along some of the world's most vital trade routes.