Small business owners upset with Obama’s immigration action
"We lose jobs," a Phoenix businessman tells CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy. "It costs us. I know people who have gone out of business because of it."

Anger in Ferguson cools after nights of outrage
Cooler weather and snow helped quell protests in Ferguson, Missouri. But tempers across the country continued to flare following a grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Vladimir Duthiers reports.

Haunted Falklands vet finds Argentine marine's family

Falklands War veteran Gordon Hoggan holds the helmet of an Argentinian soldier he killed as he poses for pictures at his local pub during an interview with AFP in Derby, East Midlands, England, on November 5, 2014Buenos Aires (AFP) - A British veteran searching for the identity of an Argentine marine he killed in the Falklands War will get a chance for closure after a newspaper found the man's family.


At least 133 killed in tribal clashes in Sudan: tribe leader
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - At least 133 people have been killed and more than 100 wounded in clashes between two groups belonging to an Arab tribe in Sudan's West Kordofan state, a tribal leader said on Thursday.

Qaeda militants 'moved US hostage ahead of Yemen raid'

Yemeni special forces took part in the raid in the southeastern province of HadramawtAl-Qaeda militants holding an American journalist in Yemen moved him and two other foreign hostages just days before a raid to free him, a Yemeni defence ministry website said. The journalist as well as a British national and a South African are among several hostages held by Al-Qaeda in the violence-wracked country, according to the ministry's 26Sep.net news website. On Tuesday, Yemeni special forces, said to have been backed by US commandos, raided an Al-Qaeda hideout in Hajr As-Saghir, in the southeastern province of Hadramawt, to free the captives. The ministry website reported late Wednesday that hours before the raid the militants moved the American journalist, the Briton and the South African.


Beatle's daughter: Blessing or curse?
Stella McCartney says famous parents opened doors -- but she had to carve out her own brand.

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