Japan is hoping its biggest movie star will help lure tourists during a market-opening strategy launched by the prime minister
The Obama administration is making an all-out effort to sell the Iran nuclear deal to Congress. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his country would only sign the deal if sanctions were lifted on the same day. Norah O'Donnell spoke to Secretary of State John Kerry about the potential impact of lifting sanctions.
As Tehran says it will only sign final agreement if sanctions dropped immediately, Kerry continues defending it as best way to avoid a nuclear-armed Iran
At least 3 reportedly killed as apparent plaintiff in bankruptcy case pulls out a gun and then tries to escape on a motorcycle
British Muslim comic weighs in as British police turn to YouTube for help getting that word out
On 1st visit by a U.S. president to the island in 3 decades, Obama keen to show American neighbors they're not forgotten
Here are the top stories around the world including a report by the Financial Times that says Japan needs to shorten the number of hours people work.
The new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will compete with the World Bank and the IMF
Kim Kardashian, her sister Khloe, husband Kanye West and daughter North are visiting Armenia. The sisters, who are of Armenian descent, received a royal welcome of sorts upon their arrival to the country’s capital.
NASA predicts that we'll find proof of alien life elsewhere in the universe within a decade. Chief NASA scientist Ellen Stofan says the discovery of extraterrestrial life is not a question of if, but when.
A Dutch man claims his aunt was the one who told Nazi authorities where Anne Frank and her family were hiding. The woman worked as a typist for Otto Frank, Anne's father.
A video shot from a car's dashboard camera in the Czech Republic shows a large dog taking a person for a walk. Watch as the massive St. Bernard drags the boy across the road on his stomach.
Representatives of the country's Roma population have launched a campaign to remove a negative reference about them from the world's most cited Spanish dictionary
Details of elderly woman's detention and release are few; official statement says she visited frequently over the last 20 years
Spain's dangerous and beautiful El Caminito del Rey trail, closed for over a decade after too many deaths, just re-opened to the public
Kurdish official in Iraq says more than 200 freed members of minority sect are in poor health, showing signs of abuse
As Sunni Muslim powerhouse Saudi Arabia leads bombing campaign against Shiite rebels in Yemen, Shiite Iran sends warship to region
British investigators are trying to track down burglars in an elaborate and expensive heist, where thieves emptied around 300 safety deposit boxes. It happened last weekend in London's most exclusive jewelry district. Charlie D'Agata reports from the scene of the crime in London's Hatton Garden.
A new report says Russia was behind an apparent hack of a White House computer network last year. It exposed sensitive information about President Obama to hackers. Federal agencies are reportedly investigating the breach. Bill Plante reports on the damage from the sophisticated attack.
3 Americans wounded in second insider attack this year by allied forces in Afghanistan