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In what the medical community is calling an incredible breakthrough, a Polish man who was left a quadriplegic after a stabbing, can walk again. The miraculous procedure involved doctors taking cells from his nose and implanting them into his spinal cord. CBS News' Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
John Kerry says former Democratic presidential candidate will help smooth negotiations in the new round of power-sharing talks
Canadian authorities say they have discovered the remains of as many as four dead infants in a storage locker
Two other Americans who have been tried and convicted of crimes in North Korea are still being held
Video purports to show captured weapons and supplies dropped by U.S. military that was intended for Kurdish forces defending Kobani
The Duchess of Cambridge made her first official appearance in several weeks to welcome the president of Singapore to London. The event came one day after she and Prince William revealed their second child is due in April. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Hospitals around the country are scrambling to train healthcare workers to protect themselves from the Ebola virus, but standards for disposing of Ebola patients' medical waste are not clear. Ben Tracy reports.
Two soldiers struck by car that police say was driven by 25-year-old influenced by radical Islamists
The Turkish government says it will allow Kurdish fighters in Iraq to join the battle for Kobani. Meanwhile, the U.S. and its coalition partners have ramped up their airstrikes against the ISIS militants in northern Syria. Holly Williams reports from Erbil, Iraq.
A South African judge handed down a five-year sentence to former Olympian Oscar Pistorius in the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The "Blade Runner" was convicted last month of culpable homicide. Debora Patta reports from Pretoria, South Africa.

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