Stan Beaton held on to the memory of his late wife through a voicemail recording on their home phone. The recording was erased by the phone company, but it's now been restored. The BBC was there as Beaton listened to the message he thought was lost forever.
CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer on conflict in eastern Ukraine, where things are going from bad to worse, especially for civilians
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Just a week after the State of the Union, President Obama is renewing his efforts to close the detainment camp at Guantanamo Bay. CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan explains the GOP pushback on the issue, and the likelihood of the dention center shutting down for good.
The 50th anniversary of the death of Winston Churchill is observed in London
Man from northern England “staggered” to learn lengths phone company went to after deleting the voicemail greeting he cherished.
Indira Ghandi Children's Hospital is the only well-equipped facility of its kind in Afghanistan, but there aren't nearly enough beds, nurses or doctors to cope with the overwhelming needs of its young patients.
China is tightening its grip on Internet access and strengthening its "Great Firewall." CBS News correspondent Seth Doane joins CBSN from Beijing with more on how it's targeting virtual private networks, or VPNs, which is the way most citizens get around harsh online limitations.
British widower "staggered" to learn lengths phone company went to after deleting the voicemail greeting he cherished
As fighting between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russia rebels intensifies, people waiting for humanitarian aid among new victims of crossfire
2 pilots on journey across the Pacific Ocean made history Thursday and are now looking to surpass a harder milestone
U.S. "prepared" to help battle Nigeria's homegrown militant group, but massacres continue in spite of mounting military action
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The hostage negotiations between Jordan, Japan and ISIS are raising questions about the way countries deal with terror groups. CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the latest.
The deadline for Jordan's possible prisoner swap with ISIS has passed by nearly a day, as we wait to find out if the two hostages held by the extremist group are dead or alive. Jordan is refusing to hand over their prisoner unless they get assurance that their air force pilot is alive. Charlie D'Agata reports.
At Afghanistan's premiere children's hospital there are 3 or 4 kids packed onto single beds, and doctors and patients are at wit's end
At least 26 people killed - mostly security forces - in string of attacks across restive Sinai Peninsula
Dramatic images captured the moment anti-government activist Shaimaa El-Sabbagh was fatally shot at a peaceful demo
Witnesses describe moments of panic just before leak from a gas truck parked in front of children's hospital caused a massive explosion
With militant group's deadline for Jordan to free an attempted suicide bomber long past, officials have little info to offer