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Country orders heightened security precautions, says it will persist with non-military support for fighting terrorism after militants kill journalist Kenji Goto
Though ISIS killed a Japanese hostage, Jordan still willing to swap a jailed female suicide bomber for their imprisoned pilot
The militant group ISIS has released another gruesome video, this time showing the execution of kidnapped Japanese journalist Kenji Goto. The Japanese government says it appears to show his beheading at the hands of his captors. Holly Williams reports.
Peter Greste, imprisoned for more than a year after terrorism trial that was widely considered a sham, on his way to Australia; fate of two colleagues unclear
Boko Haram attack Maiduguri, a city of 2 million and the birthplace for the militant group, from four fronts
Serbian a perfect 5-for-5 in Australian Open finals; Murray's misery in Melbourne extended as he comes up short in last match for the fourth time
Fate of Jordanian fighter pilot Lt. Muath Kaseasbeh, also an ISIS captive, remains unclear
Militant group acknowledges its fighters have been defeated, but vowed to attack the strategic town near Turkish border again
An online video purports to show ISIS beheading Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, ending failed negotiations with the Japanese government to secure his release.
American and Russian fly nearly 7,000 miles from Japan to Mexico in just under a week, breaking distance and duration records
Purported beheading video comes a week after killing of other Japanese hostage
King Tut's mask, on display at the famed Egyptian Museum in Cairo, was improperly repaired with epoxy glue. After days of insisting the repair was by the book, the museum finally admitted it was a mistake and the director of restoration was reassigned. Alex Ortiz reports from Cairo.
After multiple deadlines have come and gone, the fates of two hostages held by ISIS remain unclear. Japan is deadlocked in negotiations over efforts to free a freelance journalist, while the family of a captured Jordanian pilot has not heard anything about him. Charlie D'Agata reports from London.
Japan races to gain new information on journalist with fate linked to captured Jordanian fighter pilot, female Qaeda prisoner
Wins Australian Open for the sixth time
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
Some pictures just need more explanation than others
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