In addition to the number of inmates dying of drug overdoses, another 100 were still being treated for intoxication
Scott Pelley reports from the Jordan-Syria border on the men and women helping Syrians escape war
The comedian portrayed iconic Spanish-language characters for more than 40 years
The Chinese government is spending almost $80 billion on 2,700 miles of waterways being built to make up for the now dry Yongding river
China's government has displaced 350,000 people in order to bring relief in the form of new waterways
Explosion tears through central mosque in country's second-largest city; officials fear death toll will be high
Prime minister, other conservative lawmakers have long-running campaign against referring to "comfort women" as "sex slaves"
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Helped by airstrikes from U.S.-led coalition, American airdrop of weapons, Kurdish fighters believe a corner has been turned
Brazilian soccer great has been hospitalized for days because of urinary tract infection
Massive lockdown in Cairo, as 145 Islamists are arrested ahead of planned anti-government rallies across nation
Mount Aso, a volcano in southern Japan, erupted Friday, sending ash more than 3,000 feet into the air
Pope Francis begins a history three-day tour of Turkey. It's only the fourth trip by a pope to the mostly Muslim nation, and security is tight as the pope travels through the country. Allen Pizzey reports from Ankara, Turkey.
America's retail tradition crosses the pond, and the arrests have already begun
16-month-old gorilla named Kabibe died in November after darting under electric door as it closed
New evidence contradicts early official statements about 2 young cousins found hanging from mango tree
"Mexico cannot go on like this," President Enrique Pena Nieto says, amid scandal over murders of 43 college students
Talks between the U.S., Iran and other international powers over Iran’s nuclear program were extended until March, but sanctions on the Islamic state continue to take a toll. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
U.S. sanctions will continue to be felt in Iran, hampering not only its citizens but investors abroad
There have been only 100 documented cases of injury cricketer Phillip Hughes sustained during match