President tells Charlie Rose the intelligence community is working to declassify NSA programs as much as possible
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Discovery that former Nazi commander lived quietly in Minneapolis for past six decades comes as shock to those who know Michael Karkoc; family demands retraction
The family of a Minnesota man seeks a retraction from The Associated Press after it was reported that Michael Karkoc commanded a Nazi SS-led unit in World War II and lied about his wartime past when immigrating to the United States. Karkoc's son Andriy read their statement.
Michael David Turley is found guilty of sending his teen nephew into a busy intersection with a fake weapon, endangering his life
An Arizona law required residents to show proof of citizenship when they registered to vote. The state said it was to combat fraud, but the Supreme Court ruled Monday that Arizona was asking too much. Jan Crawford reports; and, Jack and Jasinda Wilder and their five children were deep in a financial crisis. In desperation, the couple self-published a series
Police claim Ohio woman crushed Benadryl into pancake batter and juice, but she insists there's a big misunderstanding
The U.S. and Russia still disagree about the Syrian civil war and how to end it. The tensions translated to awkward body language at a meeting between President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Major Garrett reports.
Gen. Carter Ham was leading U.S. military operations in Africa during the Benghazi embassy attack; hearing will be behind closed doors
Last summer, Jack and Jasinda Wilder and their five children were deep in a financial crisis. In desperation, the couple self-published a series of steamy romance novels that started picking up followers online. In a year, the rookie authors had sold more than a million e-books. Anthony Mason reports.
The worst fire in Colorado's history, the Black Forrest fire, has consumed 24 square miles. While the flames have finally died down, the danger is not over yet. Firefighters still must extinguish embers deep in the forest floor. Barry Peterson reports.
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