With Yone Minagawa's Passing In Southewestern Japan, An Indiana Woman Inherits The Title
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As The Famous Polar Bear Grows Up, The Berlin Zoo Has A New Child Star ? Paul
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Handlers at the Berlin Zoo have admitted to overindulging their star attraction, Knut, making the 6-month-old polar bear overweight. Knut will now be placed on a diet. Sheila MacVicar reports.
Workers Killed Removing Scaffolding From Ornate New Bridge In Hunan
State Media Says Powerful Storms Have Destroyed 30,000 Homes, Paralyzed Railways And Roads
Young Survivor Captures The Hearts Of U.S. Troops
A scientific expedition into the Arctic Ocean to examine climate change and its effects on the rest of the planet. Daniel Sieberg reports.
Lara Logan reports on Fatima, an Iraqi baby girl who has survived after losing her parents and captivated the American soldiers who rescued her.
Family Members Fall 65 Feet After Ferris Wheel Car Overturns In South Korea