Partially-completed roadway near Madrid has languished for six years
College students plan to send mini-satellite just 200 yards into the air, hoping one day to launch real satellites into orbit
Air India emergency forces co-pilot to make unscheduled landing after all efforts to open door fail
Charlie D'Agata reports on the bizarre details, and lingering questions over the expulsion of alleged U.S. spy Ryan Fogle from Russia
Rebels fight to regain control of vital supply routes around Damascus after losing significant ground in recent weeks
CBS News' Charlie D'Agata reports on new details in the arrest of U.S. embassy worker Ryan Fogle by Russian authorities for spying.
American ambassador summoned to Foreign Ministry day after 3 embassy officials lectured while collecting accused spy Ryan Fogle
Pyongyang says Kenneth Bae, who's been sentenced to 15 years hard labor for what it says were anti-regime activities, has spoken with his family
Ministry of Tourism and Culture expressed outrage at the demolition of the Nohmul complex
Mexico City prosecutor said the men who beat Malcolm Shabazz to death not only punched and kicked him but also used a bat or stick
Almost two years after Brazil's first gay marriage, country makes it illegal for notary publics to refuse LGBT couples
Seventeen-year-old Aya was sold to a 70-year-old Saudi Arabian for $3,500; now that he's left, she's living in a no-man's land
For many families living in Jordan's refugee camps, selling daughters into marriage is a way to survive; but the marriages are often shams
For many families living in Jordan's refugee camps, selling their daughters into marriage is the only way to survive. Across the Middle East, it is the custom for the groom to pay the bride's family, but the families' desperation is being exploited. Clarissa Ward reports.
How Nawaz Sharif has apparently swept to victory to become prime minister, and his importance to the United States