Regional parliament in Crimea, currently under control of pro-Russian forces, sets date for public to vote on formally cutting ties with Kiev
Secretary of State John Kerry tells Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov that Russia must return troops to bases in Crimea and recognize Ukraine's upcoming elections to establish a new government
Ukrainian sailors hang mattresses over sides of their vessels in case Russians try to board, but a Ukrainian colonel tells Elizabeth Palmer tensions have eased since Russians fired warning shots at his troops
Tense atmosphere grows in Ukraine after Russian military forces occupy Crimean peninsula
Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the consequences of removing all U.S. troops from Afghanistan
CBS News' Alex Ortiz reports from Cairo, Egypt, on the trial of three Al-Jazeera journalists charged with aiding members of a terrorist organization.
Benjamin Netanyahu meets President Obama to discuss Syria, Iran and the stalled negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians
Pope Francis welcomes 19 new cardinals at Vatican ceremony -- including many from the developing world
The second installment in a series of three stunning time lapse videos, displaying the breathtaking beauty of Paris
Samantha Taylor says Olympic runner had gun with him "all the time," once shot out of car's sunroof after arguing with cop
New Dutch laws aimed at “pot tourists” have brought some old problems back onto the streets of some border cities
While world powers argue over legitimacy of referendum to decide peninsula's fate, there's no question who's in charge in Crimea
Russian leader rebuffs warning from U.S. counterpart, saying Moscow "cannot ignore calls for help," and insisting occupation of Crimea legal
Eastern city is divided between pro-Russian and pro-Ukrainian supporters, and the tensions between the two sides are rising fast
Proposal includes carving a scar on the landscape - a 1,000-cubic-meter gash to be gouged out of the rock facing Utoya Island
In op-ed piece, former secretary of state says leaders in West and Russia "should return to examining outcomes, not compete in posturing"
Former Obama national security adviser talks energy options in Ukraine crisis; Putin, he says, uses "energy as a weapon"
Polish Defense Minister says mission, including 2 Polish military officers, denied access by unidentified men in military garb
But prosecutors say "suspicion hasn't changed" with regards to 3 elderly men who allegedly served as SS guards at death camp
Clinton tries to clarify remarks that appeared to compare Moscow to the Nazis; GOP now focusing on Clinton's tenure as secretary of state
Pontiff tells Catholics at beginning of Lent that "value of life does not depend on the approval of others or of success, but on what we have inside"
Neighbor of South African athlete on trial for murder describes aftermath of gunfire that killed Reeva Steenkamp
Regional parliament in Crimea declares its wants to secede, sets date for public to vote on formally joining Russia
Incident is latest to test increasingly dicey relationship between Afghan president and U.S. and rest of international coalition
Saadi Qaddafi was sought by Tripoli but not International Criminal Court; he's one of 7 sons of late deposed dictator Muammar Qaddafi
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer reports from Crimea, where troops loyal to Ukraine say they will not give up bases or warships
Prosecution seeks to paint "Blade Runner" as a violent, gun-obsessed man who deliberately shot his girlfriend to death; Pistorius says he mistook her for intruder