China activist seeks democracy after 50 year fight

When Chinese police beat elderly former professor Sun Wenguang so badly they broke four ribs it was just part of the price he has paid for a lifetime defying authority. Duration: 01:32 Sep 17, 2013

Titanic bandmaster's violin goes on display

The violin played by bandmaster Wallace Hartley during the final moments before the sinking of the Titanic is displayed at a conservation studio in Lurgan, Northern Ireland before going on public display at the Titanic Belfast. Duration: 00:31 Sep 17, 2013

Bolshoi ballet chief returns to theatre after attack

The artistic director of the famous Bolshoi ballet on Tuesday returned to the company's historic home in Moscow for the first time after undergoing multiple operations in Germany following a horrific acid attack in January. Duration: 00:40. Sep 17, 2013

Troubling questions loom in wake of Navy Yard shooting

Troubling questions loomed for investigators Tuesday as America digested another mass shooting, this time at a tightly guarded Naval Yard not far from Washington's corridors of power. The gunman's brother-in-law speaks out. Duration: 00:41. Sep 17, 2013

Russia, France at odds over means to end Syrian conflict

Russia and France on Tuesday admitted they still had differences over how to solve the Syrian conflict ahead of a debate in the UN Security Council over stripping the country of its chemical arsenal. Duration: 00:46. Sep 17, 2013

Rare twin storms batter Mexico leaving over 30 dead

Authorities scrambled to rescue people stranded in flooded homes in Mexico's resort of Acapulco Monday after twin storms slammed opposite coasts in a rare one-two punch that has killed 34 people. Duration: 00:58. Sep 17, 2013