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With their banks running out of cash on Monday, the Greeks vote "no" on key referendum, despite warning of likely forced euro exit
Greeks voted in a tightly fought referendum whether to accept worsening austerity in exchange for more bailout funds, or reject it in a gamble that could see it crash out of the euro
As latest deadline fast approaches, Kerry said the U.S. is prepared to walk away if Iran is intransigent
Five San Antonio Missions recognized for cultural significance by U.N. cultural body; France's champagne industry also honored
Rare targeting of ISIS stronghold hits city center, going after ISIS' "ability to move"; Iraq claims to hold off latest ISIS assault on key dam
Key aspect of Iran nuclear negotiations -- when and how to lift sanctions -- appears close to being settled, CBS News' Margaret Brennan reports
Nicholas Winton, who died this week at 106, rescued hundreds of children - many of them Jewish - from almost certain death at the hands of the Nazis
The seven wonders of the world are well known, but there are several natural wonders getting a high volume of travelers this summer travel season
America's Revolutionary War was raging 235 years ago when Marquis de Lafayette sailed from France aboard the Navy frigate Hermione to deliver good news to his friend George Washington
The U.S. women's soccer team heads into World Cup finals showdown with long-term rival Japan