41-year-old Stacey Addison was freed from jail in the Southeast Asian country after an ordeal in September where she shared a taxi with a stranger who was carrying drugs. The news of her release has come as a relief to her mother, who has been dedicated to securing her daughter's freedom. Debroa Patta reports from London.
Veterinarian from Oregon was held without being charged after what she says was chance meeting with man carrying meth
Assault left 148 dead -- mostly kids; separately, suspected U.S. drones kill at least 7 alleged militants
Tsunami triggered by massive earthquake hit a dozen countries, leaving nearly a quarter of a million people dead
Group offering its help, giving new meaning to "putting boots on the ground"
As Sierra Leone struggles to control the deadly outbreak, government officials have been forced to cancel all public holiday celebrations. Debora Patta reports on why the infection rate has been so hard to manage in the West African nation.
The country's government banned all public holiday celebrations as it struggles to control the deadly outbreak
Pope Francis delivered his second Christmas blessing and message at the Vatican. He condemned "brutal persecution" at the hands of militants in Syria and Iraq, and praised those helping Ebola victims, as he prayed for peace worldwide. CBS News' Anna Matranga reports from the Vatican.
Ten years after a tsunami killed more than 200,000 people, the areas affected remember and forge ahead
Activists said it's the first time women drivers have been sent to a court created for terrorism cases
Queen Elizabeth spoke to the British people in her annual Christmas address on Thursday with a message of hope and reconciliation. Among her remarks were praise for volunteers who are fighting against Ebola and a remembrance of 100th anniversary of the Christmas Truce in World War I.
People mark the holiday in many different ways
In his Christmas address at the Vatican, Pope Francis prayed for the people of Iraq and Syria who have been living through conflict for years.
In her annual broadcast, the queen praised "selfless" workers fighting Ebola and recalled lessons of WWI's Christmas Truce
"We are all Muslims," the pilot's father says, pleading for captors in Syria to set him free
The pope makes an emotional appeal to thousands gathered in St. Peter's Square and millions around the world
Arrests as pro-democracy demonstrators return to one of the sites police kicked them out of earlier this month
Some coalition troops will remain as advisors, but many are heading home as the year comes to a close
Woman clinically dead for three weeks has 17-week-old fetus inside her; court to decide whether she should be kept alive till baby can be born
This animation from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows what happens when an underground earthquake sets off a tsunami.