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Can U.S. save other ISIS hostages?
After revelation of failed operation to free hostages, another attempt may prove difficult
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Chuck Hagel: ISIS "beyond anything we've seen"
Defense secretary denies intelligence failure doomed mission to rescue James Foley and other hostages, but warns ISIS "is beyond just a terrorist group"
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Robin Williams' ashes scattered in San Francisco Bay
A death certificate shows new details about the death of the actor/comedian
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Escaped hostage: "Oh my God, they're collecting us"
Photojournalist Matthew Schrier told 60 Minutes that Syrian rebels were "collecting" U.S. journalists. James Foley was among them
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How do doctors know an Ebola patient is no longer contagious?
Two American patients who survived the deadly virus are discharged from the hospital, and doctors seek to reassure the public there's nothing to fear
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Amy Van Dyken-Rouen takes first steps, posts on Instagram
More than two months after a spinal cord injury, the six-time Olympic gold medalist is walking with bionic legs
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Card comparison site gets sued for showing rates, fees
A sub-prime credit card issuer argues that publication of its rates and fees constitutes trademark infringement
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"Pinocchio" villa for sale
The Italian villa where "Pinocchio" was written in 1883 is on the market for $25 million
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Congressional investigators say Bowe Berghdal swap violated law
GAO says Pentagon failed to notify congressional committees before trading 5 Taliban leaders for POW; also spent nearly $1M without authorization
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​Fewer American teens using sunscreen, despite warnings
Warnings about sun exposure and skin cancer aren't getting through, experts say
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How the last decade created a brutal wealth divide
The wealth of U.S. households has dropped by $5,000, while the upper crust saw gains
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City spiders bigger, more fertile than those that live in the country
Why certain city-dwelling spiders seem to thrive in an urban environment
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"Multiple kidnappings for ransom" funding ISIS, source says
Captives are often employed by European corporations who quietly pay ransom demands to get their people back, counterterrorism source tells CBS News
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Minnesota mom charged for treating son's pain with medical marijuana
Angela Brown calls the cannabis oil a lifesaver for her 15-year-old son who suffered a traumatic brain injury three years ago
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Who's throwing cold water on the ice bucket challenge?
Viral fundraising effort doesn't sit well with everyone
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