Russian leader holds three-hour news conference as ruble plummets but new poll gives him strong vantage point
Gunmen killed more than a hundred children in Peshawar, an attack Taliban militants in Afghanistan call "un-Islamic"
CBS News consultant Jere Van Dyk on the tangled history between the Taliban and Pakistan government that contributed to school massacre
A flurry of loud bangs erupted as heavily armed police stormed the Lindt cafe in Sydney
As the U.S. helps the Iraqi government in its fight against ISIS, the country's military is missing one vital ingredient -- air power
Saudi Arabia is one of the most socially conservative societies in the world
Though the memory of the kidnapped Nigerian schoolgirls is fading, Boko Haram is still very much on the offensive
Gunman takes hostages, demands ISIS flag downtown Sydney cafe
Victims range in age from 18 months to 15 years; woman with serious injuries said to be victims' mother
Black Panther Party member Assata Shakur, also known as Joanne Chesimard, fled to Cuba after being convicted of killing a NJ state trooper
Scott Pelley reports from Havana where decades of an embargo has many Cubans expressing a cautious optimism
During his weekly audience in St. Peter's Square, dozens dance the tango to celebrate native Argentinian's 78th birthday
The wife and mother of the victims said the family was hoping for a significant sentence and got it
Video said to show tense moments when authorities confronted with bomb
ISIS military commander in Iraq and key aide to ISIS leader among those killed, CBS News confirms
Judge must rule on whether to keep brain-dead pregnant woman on life support
What the potential 2016 presidential field had to say about President Obama's announcement on the normalization of relations with Cuba
Agency's former deputy director says U.S. should "absolutely" be making kind of deal that freed intelligence asset held for years in Cuba
Treasury Department takes action against Mexican Sinaloa cartel leader's family member
For over half a century, the U.S. government's schemes to overthrow the Castro government were always creative, if not successful
Lawyer says ill-equipped soldiers were justified in not going on what would have been a suicidal mission to fight Boko Haram
Teenager says he was lucky to escape after suspected Boko Haram members were "shooting at people and torching houses"
Former secretary of state supported Cuba embargo in Bush Cabinet but says "it's time now to turn that page of history"