Former President Jimmy Carter is facing his greatest challenge: cancer. Worldwide support is pouring in for the 90-year-old Nobel laureate.
What type of cancer?
Mr. Carter has a strong family history of pancreatic cancer. His three siblings and father died from it. But the announcement yesterday didn't reveal the form of the disease he has.
American fugitive in Cuba
In 1971, black militant Charlie Hill allegedly killed a New Mexico state trooper. He admits he and two others then hijacked a TWA airliner and forced it land in Cuba. Granted asylum by Fidel Castro, he's been living free near Havana for the last 44 years. But in an exclusive interview with CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan, Hill admits he is now looking over his shoulder for bounty hunters, in light of the thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations that could bring an influx of Americans to Cuban soil.
GOP rivals target Hillary Clinton
Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina wasted no time criticizing Hillary Clinton over her controversial use of her private email server for official business while she was secretary of state. Is the controversy contributing to the rise of a Clinton Democratic opponent, Sen. Bernie Sanders?
Presidential candidates' Iowa soapbox
The setup has all the fixings of a quintessential stump speech: 20 minutes, a wooden platform surrounded by hay bales, a microphone and a motley, uncontrolled audience.
"Survivor's Guide to Prison"
The "Entourage" actor Adrian Grenier is behind a new Indiegogo campaign to help raise funds for a film described as a "raw expose" of the United States criminal justice system told through the eyes of Bruce Lisker and Reggie Cole, two former inmates who were convicted of crimes they didn't commit.
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