In 1975, an Italian autoworker purchased two stolen priceless works of art from a railway's lost-and-found auction for around $100. Forty years later, their true values were discovered, and they were recovered by Italian authorities. Bryce Urbany reports.
Two giant pandas are on display at the Pairi Daiza Zoo in Brugelette, Belgium. They arrived almost a month prior to their debut, having been leased by a conservation and research center in southwest China's Sichuan province. The zoo's director says he thinks the pandas will result in an increase in visitors.
One telling detail led to discovery of still life by post-Impressionist painter
Police believe a shark killed 63-year-old Christine Armstrong while she swam with a group of swimmers of the coast of Australia, south of Sydney. So far, police have found no trace of Armstrong's body. Read more about this story HERE.
Toronto mayor votes "no" on naming street after late Nelson Mandela and congratulating Olympians; Ford claims he pushed wrong button
Leaders of 2 nations heading search for missing Boeing 777 make the only promise they can to families desperate for answers
Woman taken by large shark near her terrified husband and friends as they took their daily morning swim off popular beach
Nearly a quarter of the people living in Lebanon are now refugees fleeing the civil war next door
An Associated Press investigation found the State Department created a "Cuban Twitter" to try and undermine the communist government in Havana. The communication network was allegedly built with secret shell companies and financed through foreign banks.
FM Lavrov doesn't say when massive force will return to "permanent quarters," and he thinks West is overreacting anyway
AP investigation finds U.S. tried hard to hide social media project from Havana, and Washington's involvement in it from the network's users
Magnitude 7.6 temblor hits same offshore area struck day earlier by 8.2 quake that killed 6
Tsunami alert issued after 2nd big quake in two days
Air pollution prompts authorities to warn people with heart or lung conditions to cut down on physical exercise outdoors
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the ongoing crisis in Ukraine and some recent signs that the tense standoff between the West and Russia may be abating.
The same tectonic plates that make the Andes grow taller will likely rattle South America worse than Tuesday's magnitude-8.2 quake
New exhibit showcases favorite childhood playthings from the British royal family
8.2 magnitude earthquake shakes Chile and causes a tsunami.
Three bombs were detonated outside of Cairo University, leaving a police brigadier-general dead, and several others injured. The third bomb exploded as security personnel scoured the site for clues. Egypt has been in a state of unrest since President Mohamed Morsi's ouster last summer. CBS News' Alex Ortiz reports.
Although officials say move was pre-planned, tensions still high between U.S. and Russia over Ukraine; ousted Ukrainian president offers to try and get Crimea back