Posted 3:27 PM 12/7/2013 by Nick Parker. Greg Botelho and Rafael Romo - CNN
Six males potentially exposed to radioactive material stashed inside a stolen truck were examined at a Mexico hospital on Friday, a day after authorities said they'd recovered all of the potentially deadly substance.
All six tested at Pachuca General Hospital were negative for radiation (More)
Posted 9:17 PM 12/6/2013 by Judy Slate - MTN News
The world continues to mourn the death of Nelson Mandela who passed away yesterday at the age of 95. MTN's Judy Slate sat down today with an MSU Dean from South Africa, to get her perspective on Mandela's death.
Dr. Ilse-Mari Lee is the dean of MSU Honors College. She grew up in South (More)
Posted 3:40 PM 12/5/2013 by CBS News
Nelson Mandela, who battled apartheid in South Africa before becoming its first democratic leader, died at his home in South Africa after several months of ongoing health problems. He was 95.
South African President Jacob Zuma made the announcement in an address to the nation on Thursday (More)
Posted 2:19 PM 12/4/2013 by Rafael Romo. Nick Parker and Mariano Castillo - CNN
(CNN) -- A pair of thieves in Mexico may have stolen more than they bargained for when they targeted a truck this week.
The stolen vehicle was carrying a delicate cargo -- a radioactive element used for medical purposes, but one that can be used to make a so-called dirty bomb.
Posted 6:11 PM 12/2/2013 by DANIELLE ELLIOT - CBS NEWS
New data shows that elephant poaching continues to threaten the populations of Africa's "keystone" species. In 2012, more than 22,000 elephants were killed.
It's a drop from 2011, when a record 25,000 of the continent's remaining 400,000 to 500,000 elephants were killed by poachers.(More)...