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Killer nurse charged with murder of 97 more patients

Prosecutors in Germany say Niels Hoegel, already serving life sentence, may have killed more than 100 patients in total

Boy says he lived with U.S. family under ISIS rule

Now back with his own family in Iraq, 8-year-old Ayham Elias misses the American woman who cared for him in Raqqa

Insurance risk lab creates disaster environments to help protect businesses

In a new U.S. record, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, along with 13 other major natural disasters, caused more than $300 billion in damage last year. Tony Dokoupil went inside a unique research lab helping businesses protect themselves.

8-year-old boy says he lived with American family in ISIS territory

A Yazidi boy in Iraq says he was sent to live with an American family after he was kidnapped by ISIS. The 8-year-old appeared in an ISIS propaganda video after he was taken. He spoke to Holly Williams about the ordeal.

In spite of anger, Pence in Israel hoping for a "new era"

Vice president addresses Israeli Knesset on 1st top-level administration visit to Mideast since pivot away from decades of U.S. policy

TSA issues emergency order focused on cargo from 5 countries

Growing concern about terrorists getting a bomb onto a plane headed for the U.S. prompts an emergency order requiring stricter scrutiny of air cargo

Scientists up alert level as volcano fires a warning blast

Residents pushed further away from Mount Mayon, Philippines most active volcano, after huge explosion

In spite of anger, Pence in Israel hoping for a "new era"

Vice president is 1st top Trump administration official to visit Middle East since landmark pivot away from decades of U.S. policy

Report: Sydney train hits barrier, leaves 15 people injured

Train operator says they're aware of the incident Monday and that the train had ran into a buffer at Richmond Station

Turkish troops attack Kurdish enclave in northern Syria

Turkish troops and Syrian opposition forces attacked the enclave to oust a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia from the area

Sir David Attenborough, the voice of "Blue Planet II"

The naturalist Sir David Attenborough returns with the new series "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II" on BBC America. He talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about the changing nature of nature documentaries and the survival of wildlife in a changing world.

Guantanamo detainee art

"Ode to the Sea," an exhibition at New York's John Jay College of Criminal Justice, might look like an ordinary art show, except for the fact that the artists are men who have been detained at the military prison at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. Show More Summary

Sir David Attenborough, the voice of Nature

With his new documentary series, "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II," the renowned naturalist presents the beauty and drama of nature, and wildlife's increasing fight to survive us

Jordan urges Pence to "rebuild trust" after Jerusalem pivot

Pence tried to reassure that the Trump administration remains committed to a Israeli-Palestinian peace process with Jordan as the central player

Almanac: The DeLorean car

On January 21, 1981, the very first DMC-12, with its iconic gull-wing doors, rolled off the assembly line in Northern Ireland

Art by Guantánamo detainees

A new exhibition in New York City features works by current and former detainees held on terrorism charges at the U.S. military prison

Women's March rallies mark first anniversary of Trump's inauguration

In Morristown, New Jersey, the state's new first lady told a hushed crowd she was a victim of sexual assault

Blaze at firecracker factory near Indian capital kills 17

At least 17 bodies have been recovered so far and one injured worker has been hospitalized

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