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In 1780, a 32-gun frigate named Hermione left France for America, with good news for the colonists rebelling against Great Britain. On Saturday, a replica of the ship set sail on a similar course. Mark Philips reports.
Despite denying accusations that she published a document “revealing state secrets,” journalist Ga Yu faces seven years in prison. Seth Doane reports how journalists face many challenges in the communist country.
"You're constantly in fear of having your work removed or getting punished," journalist tells CBS News. "...You start to censor yourself"
Warfare would never be the same as deadly chlorine gas introduced on the battlefield
The "Hermione" is a full scale replica of the 18th century warship that carried the Marquis de Lafayette back to General George Washington and the American Revolution in 1780.
Relic believed to have covered Jesus goes back on display
In 1780 the French warship carried the Marquis de Lafayette across the Atlantic to rejoin General George Washington and the American Revolution. Now, a full-scale replica of the “Hermoine” is making the same voyage. Mark Phillips reports on how all of this came to be.
ISIS claims responsibility for bomb attack at bank in Jalalabad, says Afghan president
Gunfights and burning cars reported in Reynosa, across from McAllen, Texas; gang members detained
For the second year, North Korea opened its borders to outside athletes. Around 600 foreigners took part in this week's marathon, half-marathon and 10K, joining North Korean runners in the capital of the infamously reclusive country. Seth Doane reports.