South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal rules previous 6-year sentence too lenient for murder of Pistorius' girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp
Robert Mugabe, 93, and his wife have not been seen in public since Saturday, and their whereabouts are unknown
The C-2A Greyhound crashed on Nov. 22 into the ocean southeast of Okinawa, Japan and eight sailors were rescued about 40 minutes after the crash
Damage being done to the planet by oil and other fossil fuels is putting coffee in trouble
Although British scientists said this week that three to four cups of coffee a day are likely to do more good than harm, coffee crops overseas are being threatened by changes in the environment. Mark Phillips reports this Climate Diary from the mountains of eastern Uganda, where coffee farming is a family business.
Trump calls troops overseas on Thanksgiving Day; one man's unlikely journey from living in the streets to patrolling the highways
U.S. and specialist agencies say the "hydro-acoustic anomaly" was produced just hours after the sub with 44 aboard vanished
North Korea has not said anything about the soldier's brazen escape but one former resident says the defection could have been a setup by regime
The North Korean regime of Kim Jong Un has not said anything about the dramatic escape of one of its soldiers, who ran across the border into South Korea. Trying to escape by crossing the heavily-armed border with South Korea is considered a suicide mission, but this soldier survived, and may now provide some valuable information. Ben Tracy reports.
Navy plane crashed during "premier training event" between U.S. and Japanese navies as a show of force toward N. Korea
U.S. Navy detection of "hydro-acoustic anomaly" sees planes, ships return to patch of Atlantic already searched for Argentine vessel
According to initial reports, the plane suffered a rare twin-engine failure 575 miles south of Okinawa, near the end of a routine run out to the carrier Ronald Reagan
About 30,000 North Koreans have fled to the South since the fighting ended 64 years ago. No escape was more spectacular than one last week. There's new video of one man's break for freedom. Ben Tracy reports.
A U.N. tribunal found Ratko Mladic guilty of genocide and war crimes on Wednesday. He masterminded Europe's worst atrocities since World War II. Elizabeth Palmer reports Mladic did not go down quietly.
Ex-USA Gymnastics doctor pleads guilty to sexual assault; North Korean soldier makes a daring break for freedom.
To get justice for his death, Karl Hoerig's family in the United States must first navigate the Brazilian criminal justice system, which may keep his suspected murderer from facing extradition. "A Brother's Mission" airs Saturday on "48 Hours" at 10/9c.
Muslims make up the world's second-largest religious group, after Christians
Airport in the capital of Sanaa would reopen to U.N. aircraft and the sea port of Hodeida would be able to receive urgent humanitarian aid
"I appeal to all genuine people of Zimbabwe to come together," Emmerson Mnangagwa said
Mayumi Saito was arrested on charges of abandoning bodies, a day after she turned herself in at the police station