Depending whom you ask, moving embassy to contested holy city is either "the moral thing to do," or it risks starting "world war three"
As Russia denies having "kompromat" on Trump, it objects to the Senate testimony of his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow, where a government spokesman is also criticizing a move by the Obama administration.
Since end of Cold War, U.S. has drawn down military presence in Europe, but now -- at least for a while -- that trend has reversed. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Germany as an entire U.S. combat brigade arrives.
Syrian cease-fire agreement appears to be mostly holding after it went into effect midnight local time. The deal was brokered by Russia and Turkey, two countries on opposite sides of the civil war. If the cease-fire lasts, peace talks are scheduled for January. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the nightclub attack in Istanbul, saying gunman was avenging Turkey's role in Syria's bloody civil war. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Istanbul on the manhunt for the shooter.
After more than two years of ISIS occupation, Iraq's second-largest city is being taken back by the Iraqi Army. Lara Logan reports from Mosul.
Trump administration could have many bones to pick with world body, and Congress already has big beef with it. CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk reports from U.N. Headquarters.
To many, the world of Scotch whisky is an intimidating place, but a Michigan native in London is shaking it up -- and smoothing it out
The wreckage of Nimrud, the 3,000-year-old capital of the Assyrian Empire, is vulnerable to looters
They were told she'd never exceed 70 pounds, but the internet's favorite pig is now 650!
President el-Sissi suggests measures to make divorces more difficult to obtain
Election of Trump in U.S. has emboldened supporters of settlement expansion, deemed illegal by many nations
The death toll from the avalanche climbed to 15 on Tuesday, but rescuers were given a small ray of hope
Not far from where hotel was hammered by deadly avalanche, a rescue helicopter carrying an injured skier has crashed
Sofar, or Songs From a Room, is bringing fans and musicians closer than ever, with live performances in intimate settings like homes and offices
Russia, Turkey and Iran commit to use "their influence over the parties" to keep ceasefire alive so peace talks can continue next month
Australia, Japan, Singapore, and New Zealand leaders discussing the ways to go on with the trade partnership without the U.S.
National Security Adviser Michael Flynn scrutinized for his contact with Russia and the scope of the investigation seems to be expanding
The former CIA director and defense secretary was highly critical of the president during the campaign
Justices rule overwhelmingly that Parliament alone -- not the prime minister -- has the power to trigger exit from European Union
CBS News' Charlie D'Agata is inside Mosul, Iraq, where ISIS militants turned a university into a chemistry lab producing explosives
In a city hit by chronic pollution and traffic problems, officials are hope the self-driving, free service will "change the urban landscape"
There were 17.86 million births last year, Beijing says, leading to call for 140,000 new maternity health workers
The medieval ruins are "both extremely exciting and frustrating," one researcher said, adding a new layer of mystery to the area's history