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Climate change is transforming the world's food supply

“We’ve never needed to increase food production more rapidly than we do today to keep up with global demand”

Russia spy ship gets within 17 miles of U.S. coast

Russia's Viktor Leonov continuing voyage along East Coast near U.S. military installations

Woman duped into role in Kim Jong Nam's death, police say

Indonesian woman arrested over suspected assassination of North Korean leader's half brother may have been tricked into thinking it was all a comedy stunt

Germans tell Mattis U.S. has vested interest in stable Europe, too

But after U.S. defense chief calls on allies to take more financial burden, Germany also admits time to rely blindly on U.S. is over

No one seems to want body of Kim Jong Un's half brother

Kim Yong Nam's remains still under guard in Malaysia, where he was likely assassinated -- possibly over a myth and a mountain

Can Tony Blair stop Britain's break for the Brexit?

Former Prime Minister vows to lead new cross-party initiative to "rise up" and stop EU exit in its tracks

Pakistan allegedly takes "revenge" on ISIS for 80 lives

Afghan officials say retaliatory artillery barrage hit Islamic extremists in their country, as death toll from suicide attack on shrine rises

State Dept layoffs under Rex Tillerson being carried out

Layoffs are targeting those who work for the deputy and counselor offices

Trump touts progress, but how much has actually been achieved?

In his Thursday news conference, President Trump said he was going to the American people directly to highlight his accomplishments. He listed more than 20 presidential orders, but as Chip Reid reports, not all are what Mr. Trump makes them out to be.

Trump calls Russian meddling a "ruse," denies improper contacts

President Trump denied any contact between people connected with his campaign and the Russian government, despite various reports that such contact happened. He called the scandal a "ruse" to distract from Hillary Clinton's electoral loss. Jeff Pegues has more.

64-year-old woman gives birth to twins

64-year-old woman gives birth to a boy and girl after undergoing IVF treatment in the U.S.

U.S. envoy Haley: U.S. supports 2-state Israel-Palestinian solution

After President Trump's ambiguous reference to one-state solution, U.S. ambassador to U.N. restates support for two-state policy

South Korean court approves arrest of billionaire Samsung heir

Court’s decision to issue warrant to arrest Lee Jae-yong makes him first leader in Samsung’s history to be arrested on criminal charges

Death toll jumps to 75 in ISIS attack on Pakistan shrine

Suicide bomber walked through gold-plated door before blowing up worshippers at shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar

Driver sacrifices Tesla to aid unconscious motorist

Tesla CEO Elon Musk steps in to praise Tesla driver who risked his life to save an unconscious driver on the highway

ISIS claims responsibility for car bomb that kills dozens

Iraq's Interior Ministry says a car bomb in Baghdad has killed dozens and wounded nearly 50 others

Defense chief speaks out on working with Russia

Secretary Jim Mattis responds to Putin's call for increased intelligence cooperation with U.S., NATO

Ancient Roman sites come to life with virtual reality

How computer programmers, inspired by Renaissance art, recreated ancient Roman ruins like Domus Aurea, the palace of Emperor Nero

Virtual reality allows visitors see ancient Rome palace

Cutting-edge technology is helping ancient Rome come back to life. Visitors at Domus Aurea can now use VR headsets to peek into the past. Seth Doane reports.

Eye Opener at 8: Puzder withdraws labor secretary nomination

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