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As people enter retirement, some may want to look into retiring in a college town. As Don Dahler explains, colleges are creating partnerships with retirement communities that benefit both retirees and the colleges.
Legislation strengthens Obama administration's hand in global trade talks; now heads to unpredictable showdown in the House
A 100-pound dog named Kiaya, who lost both of her eyes in the span of 15 months, is getting a little help from two volunteer "seeing-eye dogs" -- her "brothers."
Four Los Angeles County firefighters were injured after falling through the roof of a burning casino. Cameras captured the dramatic moment as firefighters battled the flames. Danielle Nottingham reports.
Michael Swaine has made it his mission to help one of San Francisco's struggling communities -- the Tenderloin district. As Steve Hartman reports, Swaine is using his sewing skills to help create change.
Members of a Muslim minority in Burma, known as the Rohingya people, have been fleeing the country by sea in large numbers. As Bill Whitaker explains, for many Rohingya, a dangerous journey by sea is their only way to escape persecution.
The State Department released 296 emails sent to and from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. As Nancy Cordes explains, the emails paint a picture of confusion following the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Rising rivers have forced hundreds from their homes in the Southern Plains and some areas are still expecting another half foot of rain. Vicente Arenas reports.
After narrowly missing Daron Wint at his girlfriend's apartment in Brooklyn, New York, the manhunt for the killer finally came to an end in the D.C. area. Wyatt Andrews reports how authorities were able to track and catch Wint.
Daron Wint was arrested Friday, accused of killing the Savopoulos family and their housekeeper in Washington, D.C. But investigators believe there were others involved in the murder. Jeff Pegues reports.