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Ebola Claims 7,000 Lives, Hits Sierra Leone Hardest

Watch Video The death toll of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues to climb; the outbreak has killed nearly 7,400 people since it began, and the World Health Organization says that more than 19,000 have been infected across the region.  This news comes as U.N.

Will China Help The U.S. Investigate Sony Hack?

Watch Video So now, things are getting confusing. In an effort to investigate the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures, the U.S.

Will Cuba Give Up Assata Shakur, FBI's Most Wanted Woman?

Watch Video The U.S. and Cuba are pressing reset on diplomatic relations. And here's one of the many questions coming out of this story: will Assata Shakur be extradited and face life in prison back in the U.S.?

How Oil Could Have Helped Bring U.S. And Cuba To Negotiate

Watch Video The driving force behind the thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations this week seemed to come down to a prisoner exchange involving a U.S.

Australian Mother Arrested In Stabbing Deaths Of 8 Children

Watch Video A mother in Cairns, Australia is now under investigation after the stabbing deaths of eight children Friday.

North Korea Offers To Help Investigate Sony Hack

Watch Video The FBI — which is investigating the hack on Sony — has an offer of help from the unlikeliest of sources.

U.S.-Cuba Relations And How Obama Plans To Lift The Embargo

Watch Video "I look forward to engaging Congress in an honest and serious debate about lifting the embargo," President Obama said in a press conference.  Since President Obama's comments Wednesday...  "Let's talk about the U.S.

After Peshawar Massacre, Pakistan Cracks Down On Taliban

Watch Video Pakistan is still reeling from the horrific Taliban massacre in Peshawar that left 148 people dead this week.

Birds Might Be Better Meteorologists Than Us

Watch Video It could save a lot of lives if we could predict vicious weather phenomena hours or even more than a day before they hit.  Our science isn't quite there yet, but nature is.

Miss World Abandoning Bikini Competition After 63 Years

Watch Video She wore an itsy bitsy teeny weeny … beachwear outfit? The Miss World Organisation has announced that never again will contestants compete in a bikini portion of the competition.

FBI Blames North Korea For Sony Hack

Watch Video The FBI now says it has enough credible evidence to conclude that North Korea’s government is responsible for the massive hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.

Kurdish Forces Lift Monthslong ISIS Siege On Mount Sinjar

Watch Video More than four months after it began, the ISIS siege of Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq has finally been broken.

8 Children Found Dead In Cairns, Australia Home

Watch Video Some tragic news out of Australia Friday. Eight children have reportedly been found dead, and one woman was injured at a house in a suburb of Cairns.

Latest Boko Haram Attack Highlights Nigeria's Weakened Army

Watch Video Another Nigerian village has suffered a devastating attack, and the nation's infamous terrorist group Boko Haram is likely to blame.

What Do Improved U.S.-Cuba Ties Mean For Russia?

Watch Video President Kennedy said, "It shall be the policy of this nation to regard any nuclear missile launched from Cuba against any nation in the Western Hemisphere as an attack by the Soviet Union on the United States, requiring a full retaliatory response upon the Soviet Union." The Cuban Missile Crisis represented not only the most visible moment in the history of U.S.-Cuba relations, but also in Cuba's relationship with Russia, which would ultimately outlive the U.S.S.R.

Sony Attack Sets Table For Unprecedented U.S. Response

Watch Video Sony Pictures canceled the Christmas release of "The Interview” Wednesday, and now multiple outlets are reporting the Obama administration has traced the hack on Sony to North Korea.

EU Court Rules Obesity Can Be A Workplace Disability

Watch Video Obesity can now be considered a disability, according to an EU court ruling Thursday. The Court of Justice of the European Union ruled on the case of this man, Karsten Kaltoft, who says he was fired from his job as a nanny because he was obese.

Putin Compares Tension With West To Chaining A Siberian Bear

Watch Video With his economy on the brink of a recession and its currency crippled, Russian President Vladimir Putin was set on doing one thing during his annual year-end news conference Thursday: damage control.

What The New Cuba Agreement Means For Travel, Cigars

Watch Video Wednesday was a historic day for U.S.-Cuban relations. “We will begin to normalize relations between our two countries,” said President Barack Obama.

Why Putin Is Still Popular At Home Despite A Tanking Economy

Watch Video Russia's economy has seen better days. Oil prices are crashing, the value of the ruble has plunged to a historic low and interest rates are soaring.