Matt Stutzman holds the world record for accurate distance shot in archery, which includes able-bodied archers
Director of the Sheba Medical center says Shimon Peres' condition improving and he's regaining consciousness from time to time after series of medically induced comas
Team of 5 were trapped in Arctic weather station by hungry bears that ate their dog, but help has come by helicopter
Exiled NSA leaker says whistleblowers are democracy's "safeguard of last resort" and that imprisoning him will have a "chilling effect"
Domestic opposition, and now the U.S. government, pushing Australian government to rethink foreign political donations
Authorities in crowded Dhaka asked residents to slaughter animals for Islamic festival in designated spots, but they flooded
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte already has uneasy relations with U.S., and he doesn't seem interested in mending them
The cease-fire in Syria's civil war seems to be holding, but two convoys of aid for the besieged city of Aleppo are stuck just inside the Turkish border. U.N. officials say disagreements and security concerns are holding them up. Elizabeth Palmer reports, as she and her crew travel to Aleppo.
E-commerce platform Alibaba says staffers reprogrammed internal system to steal over 124 of traditional delicacy
1st hurdle to truce deal hammered out with Moscow is U.S. law prohibiting military cooperation with Russia
9/13: Russian hackers expose U.S. Olympians' medical records; Washington firefighter finds love through recovery
A team of hackers calling themselves "Fancy Bears" infiltrated the database of the World Anti-Doping Agency, stealing the medical records of some Team USA members; Daniel Lyon faced the unimaginable when his fire engine crashed in a Central Washington wildfire last year.
Day two of the ceasefire appeared to hold, even in rebel held Eastern Aleppo, and children made the most of it
Under the cease-fire deal worked out by the U.S. and Russia, Syrian President Assad's regime is to stop bombing rebel forces and allow humanitarian aide into Aleppo. It was once Syria's largest city, but is now in ruins. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
A team of hackers calling themselves "Fancy Bears" infiltrated the database of the World Anti-Doping Agency, stealing the medical records of some Team USA members. Simone Biles and Venus and Serena Williams were some of those who had their private information leaked. Margaret Brennan reports.
The hackers revealed records of athletes' "Therapeutic Use Exemptions," which allow athletes with a medical need to use banned substances
Maria Abakumova and Denis Alexeev, who both won track and field medals, have been disqualified
The 93-year-old was rushed to the hospital, and has been sedated and is breathing with a respirator
The lifeboat fell more than 30 feet from the fifth deck of the Harmony of the Seas, the world's largest cruise ship
Even the fourth-placed finisher in the visually-impaired men's 1,500-meter race beat the fully sighted gold medial-winner's time from earlier
Not content to ban just bags, the French are pushing forward beyond their peers in the anti-plastic movement