With bitter memories of Stalin's deportations, Tatars say they must protect their families and are determined to remain with Ukraine
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Late British leader requested that there always be a ginger cat with white bib and paws living at Chartwell
UN team uses infrasonic sensors to monitor Earth for nuclear tests, and will scan data from area where jet went missing for possible clues
Obama hopes China’s objection to outside interference in domestic affairs will change its currently neutral approach to Crimea
Women across the globe share their hopes for themselves and their daughters
A massage company has become an increasingly popular option for Chinese looking for new career option
About a dozen nuns freed after being held hostage by al Qaeda-linked rebels in Syria arrived in Damascus Monday, ending their three-month ordeal in an apparent prisoner exchange with the government. Activists said the release came in exchange for 150 female prisoners held by the government.
South African track star Oscar Pistorius cried and became sick as he heard a doctor describe the fatal injuries to his girlfriend. The runner is on trial for her premeditated murder. CBS' Alphonso Van Marsh reports from London.
Fears of radiation exposure have kept children near Fukushima indoors
Thousands of dogs and their owners gather in Birmingham, England for Crufts dog show