Last country in Western Europe to de-criminalize homosexuality could be 1st to claim popular public victory for gay rights
Nepal is in crisis again after its second major earthquake in less than three weeks. The 7.3 magnitude quake struck the Sindhupalchowk District, a mountainous, rural section of eastern Nepal, between Kathmandu and Mount Everest. Seth Doane reports.
As death toll soars as 15 year-old survivor, Pemba Tamang, is pulled from wreckage of seven-story building five days after the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal
Thousands of Libyans packed into wooden and rubber boats were rescued by the Italian Coast Guard in what might have been the biggest rescue mission of the year. CBS News' Allen Pizzey describes the dramatic rescue.
Kensington Palace has announced the name for Britain's new princess. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London.
Tehran says seizure of Marhall Islands-flagged ship is result of a commercial dispute with the shipping company, but some see regional tensions at play
Johannes Stoetter's images of models covered in vegetables and fruit, or painted to blend into their environments, are remarkable instances of camouflage as art. Elizabeth Palmer learns firsthand how it's done.
Untouched by decades of war and insurgency, life in the remote Wakhan Corridor has changed little over the centuries
Putin spokesman says Russia "is taking all necessary measures" to free men from captivity
Daily Mail reporter posed as teen girl wishing to travel with 16-year-old whose older sister is allegedly a recruiter for ISIS
Family of seven brought back in time to March 15, 1939 - the day Hitler's troops took over the country
Employees want permanent police presence as Paris landmark faces "organized group" of thieves
8 years ago, Anis Abid Sardar helped build IEDs that littered roads west of Baghdad, one of which killed Sgt. Randy Johnson
Health officials are alarmed about new cases just as the crisis seemed to be getting under control
Police cordon off area near Wembley Stadium as Army bomb technicians remove a "potentially dangerous" Nazi leftover
If you're thinking of rearranging your summer travel plans, the island 90 miles off Florida might still be a world away
Retired officer watches in dismay as ISIS claims ground he helped secure in 2006, and wonders what he'll say to his fallen comrades' familes on Memorial Day
European nations near the Russian border are wary of air drills being undertaken by the country's aircraft
A London cabbie was convicted Thursday for building roadside bombs used in Iraq, including one that killed a U.S. soldier and wounded others
Five years after the devastating earthquake, Dr. Jon LaPook returns to report on a medical milestone
The latest loss for the Iraqi army raises fresh questions about how the U.S. can help with the fight
Woman tried to smuggle Ivory Coast boy into Spanish city enclave in North Africa in suitcase