The Dutch Safety Board says there is no doubt a Russian-made missile shot from eastern Ukraine brought down the Boeing 777 with 298 on board
As Syrian troops launch ground offensive, U.S. frustration mounts over the fact that Moscow is targeting areas not at all controlled by ISIS
Gen. John Campbell, commander of U.S. operations in Afghanistan, admits bombing of hospital run by aid group in Kunduz was the fault of U.S. forces
CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate and CBS News Washington bureau chief Chris Isham discuss the recent flow of Syrian migrants overwhelming Europe's borders. Is it time for the U.S. to intervene?
Largest refugee crisis in Europe since WWII only getting worse as Germany forced to figure out what to do with thousands deemed eligible for assylum, and thousands of others who are not
Its origins go back to the early 19th century, but the scandalous French music hall dance actually could be seen as a demonstration of feminism
Christiana Figueres says reaching a deal to reduce carbon emissions is finally within reach -- because it's in every country's economic interest to do so
British graffiti artist Banksy's latest project is a parody of an English seaside theme park
Ground forces recently trained by U.S. are in the city's suburbs, have advanced nine miles; reports claim 10,000 troops surround the city
Russian military intervention to prop up Syria's government has brought new scrutiny of the CIA's secret support to Syrian rebels
WH spokesman: "We have seen Iran almost serially violate the international community's concerns"
Artist Ana Teresa Fernández is leading an effort to paint the border fence in Nogales so blue that it blends with the sky
Palestinian "day of rage" left three Israelis dead; White House and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry condemning the violence
Retaking the strategic northern town was a key moment for Afghan government, as they also claim to smash major al Qaeda camp
Former colonel in Saddam Hussein's intelligence directorate was killed in a targeted airstrike in August, U.S. officials previously said
Ahead of planned talks to better regulate the skies over the Syrian conflict, another Russian jet passed within "visual range" of an American plane
Twelve Russians involved in plot against Moscow's transit system, officials say
A 20-year-old Pakistani woman set herself on fire and said as she was dying that three police officers abducted and raped her
Hard-liners try to disrupt parliament's session, shouting that Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei did not support the bill
Police say 62-year-old Reg Foggerdy survived by eating ants; he had become lost chasing down a camel in the desert
Explosions hit Damascus compound as pro-government supporters gathered for rally outside; al Qaeda condemns Moscow's new "Crusader campaign"
Two separate but simultaneous attacks on civilians mark new low for worsening violence, as panic starts to spread in Israel