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Priests and lay people from the LGBTQ Catholic congregation Dignity react to much-discussed bishop's conference at the Vatican
In northeastern Syria, Kurdish soldiers have been fighting a brutal war against ISIS for over a year -- and they're still holding the line. Holly Williams meets Jeremy Woodward, an American who served in the U.S. military for eight years and has joined the fight against ISIS on the ground.
Debora Patta reports from Liberia where the children orphaned by Ebola have not only lost their parents, but they are often shunned by their families and friends.

Ebola orphans of Liberia

Adults who have survived Ebola care for the orphans left in its wake; finding homes for the children is difficult because of stigma about the disease
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about an immediate cease-fire agreed to by Nigeria's government and Islamic extremists from Boko Haram, a move that could end five years of insurgency that has killed thousands and left hundreds of thousands homeless in Africa's most po
As September hit a new high, global temperatures reach unprecedented levels - and they're not stopping
23-year-old player dies five days after injuring his spine while celebrating a goal with somersaults

Crane migration

Hundreds of thousands of cranes stop in Germany on their way to warmer climates
A look at where things stand with the most advanced efforts in finding find a marketable treatment for the virus

Cuba's classic cars

Antique American cars are a vital part of Havana's tourism industry
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