Identified by DNA after brutal assault on Normandy church; was known to police for Islamist ties, sources say
The gruesome attack in northern France saw two men murder an elderly priest. One of them was under house arrest for terrorist charges.
Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee holds hearing on the ideology of ISIS, and how to beat it
Leaders of European Union countries hold emergency summit in Brussels on what happens when Britain leaves the Union, and U.K. leader was told not to bother showing up
Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how insecurities about globalization and a feeling of loss of control inspired the Brexit vote, and on its consequences and the potential for another referendum
Russians will be competing at the Rio Olympics, despite a major doping scandal. But we don't know how many will be allowed to compete, and in what sports.
Members of the Harley Owners Group are crazy about their favorite machines, and enthusiasm for the iconic American motorcycles extends far beyond our own shores.
Cockpit voice and flight data recorders from EgyptAir flight 804 have now both been recovered from the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea
3 suicide bombers blew themselves up at the country's largest airport in Istanbul on June 28, 2016, leaving dozens dead and hundreds injured
Up to 300,000 people in rebel-held districts under siege for nearly 3 weeks as humanitarian groups warn of catastrophe
The 19-year-old nursed his obsession with jihad in a quiet French town, and twice was stopped while attempting to join ISIS
Turkey's state run news agency says the government has decided to close at least 45 newspapers and 16 television stations
Republicans on U.S. House Homeland Security Committee find Americans a top target for terror group
Pontiff visits Central and Eastern Europe in shadow of slaying of priest in France
"There are indeed questions about whether he intended to set off the bomb at that moment," Bavaria interior minister says
Social media pictures appear to show attacker as a youngster growing up in northern France, but sometime in 2015 he was suddenly radicalized
Tens of thousands of Nepalese still living in tents following set of devastating earthquakes in 2015
Rapes highlight problems of targeted ethnic violence and reluctance of U.N. peacekeepers to protect civilians
Concerns raised over possible witch hunt in wake of coup attempt that killed approximately 290 people
"I don't have to wait the whole morning as the people of New York would have to ... I can easily sit here and battle till whatever time I want," player says
Hong Kong long served as clearing house for info on sensitive mainland topics; publishers considered themselves beyond Beijing's reach
Russian authorities are evacuating nomadic reindeer herders after the fatal outbreak
Japan's reputation since World War II as one of the safest countries in the world may be creating a false sense of security