Israeli offensive steps up in Palestinian territory, purportedly targeting only Hamas militants, but dozens have died, including many children
An Israeli spokesman says Israel struck more than 300 Hamas targets overnight
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the Israeli military’s move to launch what could be a long-term offensive against the Hamas-ruled Gaza strip
Family of Shiite policeman killed in bombing struggles to cope with loss as attacks become more and more frequent in the sprawling capital, with no U.S. troops to keep warring factions apart
Intelligence officials fear battle-hardened fighters, inured to atrocities, will bring their jihad home to Europe and the U.S.
In interview with CBS News, top European official says terrorist cells are less reliant on top-down leader ship, and it's not a good thing
The biggest multinational live-fire exercise took place in Grafenwoehr, Germany this year. U.S. soldiers fired live-rounds on pop-up targets
The magazine's August issue looks into the first year for Prince William and Kate's little boy ahead of his birthday on July 22
In a proposed security council resolution drafted by the Palestinians, a call is made to end Gaza hostilities and to resume direct Israeli-Palestine negotiations
Kurdish security seized the Bai Hassan and Kirkuk oil fields outside in a land grab on Friday
6.8-magnitude temblor strikes near nuclear power plant crippled in 2011 earthquake
Before meeting with Kerry, German FM says "we want to reinvigorate our partnership, our friendship on an honest basis"
Girl, 14, was dragged into forest, raped in retaliation for sex assault blamed on her brother, family and police say
19 Ukraine servicemen killed in rocket attack; president says "everybody will get what is coming to them"
Group seeking to create independent state in northern Iraq escalates dispute with central government
Over 100 killed in Gaza as rockets fall on Israel; U.N. doubts legality of Israeli air campaign
NSA emails show U.S. was notified of Britain's intent to retrieve Snowden documents and that one official appeared to praise effort
Amid fraud scandal that has 2 candidates claiming victory, top U.S. diplomat flies in with "a lot of work to do"
Divisions appear within pro-Russian forces as Ukraine's military pushes forward to reclaim ground
Official says Berlin declined to formally expel CIA Station Chief, which could have heightened tensions, as Kerry set to meet German counterpart
Two men are claiming victory in last month's presidential election runoff, a dispute that threatens country's tenuous stability
Palestinian anger is rising as casualties mount in escalating Israeli airstrikes; Israel says militants are using civilians as human shields
House Intelligence Committee chairman wants American diplomacy to be more direct, aggressive as U.S., China conclude talks