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CBS News correspondent Seth Doane takes a look at China's increased building of islands in the disputed terrirtory of the South China Sea
Team USA will take on Japan Sunday in the final of the 2015 Women's World Cup
CBS News correspondent Mark Phillips is raising money for a charity that supports freelance journalists, in memory of CBS News colleagues Paul Douglas and James Brolan, who were killed by a roadside bomb in Baghdad nine years ago
The Iranian foreign minister called on parties to close on a deal and join together to fight "violent extremism and barbarism"
Despite the swelter, U.N. weather agency says the continent is better prepared than ever to avid heat-related casualties
Defections have continued to hit Cuba's national team despite a decision in late 2013 to raise athletes' salaries
Far from stemming Greece's debt crisis, Sunday's national referendum on a European bailout could sow even more chaos
Two polls show the two sides in a dead heat as brief but intense campaign in Greece's critical bailout referendum ends
Crucial referendum may determine the country's future and its relationship with the European Union, but the question leaves some voters scratching their heads
Dutch police have detained some 200 people overnight for ignoring a ban on public assembly imposed in a neighborhood after days of rioting