In an angry speech, President Erdogan hinted the U.S. was perhaps behind the coup: "My people know who is behind this scheme"
The gruesome attack in northern France saw two men murder an elderly priest. One of them was under house arrest for terrorist charges.
Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee holds hearing on the ideology of ISIS, and how to beat it
Leaders of European Union countries hold emergency summit in Brussels on what happens when Britain leaves the Union, and U.K. leader was told not to bother showing up
Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how insecurities about globalization and a feeling of loss of control inspired the Brexit vote, and on its consequences and the potential for another referendum
Russians will be competing at the Rio Olympics, despite a major doping scandal. But we don't know how many will be allowed to compete, and in what sports.
Members of the Harley Owners Group are crazy about their favorite machines, and enthusiasm for the iconic American motorcycles extends far beyond our own shores.
Cockpit voice and flight data recorders from EgyptAir flight 804 have now both been recovered from the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea
3 suicide bombers blew themselves up at the country's largest airport in Istanbul on June 28, 2016, leaving dozens dead and hundreds injured
"We didn't come into this world to 'vegetate,'" pontiff told hundreds of thousands of young people during Poland trip, but rather to "leave a mark"
For some, these daredevils push the limits of human achievement; for others, they're just plain crazy
Charges announced after police searches were carried out at seven houses in Belgium
Erdogan: "I will be forgiving and withdrawing all cases against the many disrespects and insults that have been leveled against me"
Possible court case against Turkish president could have played a part in failed coup, according to a Turkish official
She was off duty, wearing bikini but that didn't stop police officer from fighting crime
Charity says hospital that opened in 2014 serves hundreds of women per month
"How do you expect people to walk through a corridor - thousands of them - while there is shelling, bombing, fighting?" official says
More than 500,000 people suffering "catastrophic humanitarian crisis" in dangerous-to-reach areas
"Sex is an area that strongly influences people's health, so we can't just talk about things like [...] venereal disease," official says
Zoo veterinarian describes female elephant's behavior as "abnormal," needs to be understood after deadly incident
Most of Halti mountain is on Finnish side of border, but peak of 4,367 feet is in Norway
"The situation is unpredictable but we must prepare for the worst. There's the likelihood that fighting will intensify," regional director says
Shops, businesses and schools remain closed as separatists ask people to strike and protest