Intel officials fear battle-hardened fighters will bring their jihad home to Europe and the U.S.
There's been a surge in rocket attacks from Gaza following the kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers last month
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
David Ignatius, Robin Wright, Tavis Smiley and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss Secretary of State John Kerry's trip to push the Middle East to address the instability in Iraq
Elizabeth Palmer reports that once the militants take over a town, getting them out is extremely difficult
United Nations, human rights groups have condemned Syrian military for dropping inaccurate weapons on civilian areas, but the government won't even admit using them
The biggest multinational live-fire exercise took place in Grafenwoehr, Germany this year. U.S. soldiers fired live-rounds on pop-up targets
Analysis: Image appears to show captive U.S. soldier at ease with top terrorist, but Jere Van Dyk warns against drawing conclusions
Dramatic step comes after 2 reported cases of suspected U.S. spying and the yearlong spat over reported NSA spying in Germany
Bombs kill family of 8 killed in tiny, densely packed Palestinian territory as Hamas militants fire rockets deeper into southern Israel
Unverified image appears on Twitter account showing U.S. soldier held 5 years by Taliban with Badruddin Haqqani, who was killed in 2012 missile strike
Soccer players at the World Cup have incurred some jarring head injuries, but while many accuse FIFA of ignoring the problem, group says decisions to continue play lie with the teams
But Argentina's big win is a big blow to archrival Brazil; host country was knocked out by Germany in humiliating rout
Coal dust and pollution have taken heavy toll on the the sandstone cave carvings of Buddha in the Yungang Grottoes
One day after Germany blew away Brazil, Argentina and Netherlands clashed in tightly-fought semifinal that went down to the wire
Most heartbreaking for many Brazilians was suffering the country's worst World Cup defeat on home turf
One oil company from the UAE and two Syrian-based companies added to list of nearly 200 individuals and entities punished by Treasury Department
After seizing a corridor of land in the east, ISIS has begun this week advancing across northern Syria, nearing the Turkish border
31-year-old pilot suspected of tipping off Ukrainian troops as to whereabouts of two journalists who were killed by mortar fire
Former National Security Agency contractor's one-year permit allowing him to stay in Russia due to expire at end of July
Co-author of book titled "How to Survive the Bulls of Pamplona" becomes one of their victims at iconic San Fermin festival
Legendary broadcaster Edson Mauro spent decades perfecting his unique cry, "GOOOOOOAL!"
Official says depiction of exploding mushroom clouds in map of Japan "rattled the nerves of atomic bomb survivors and their families"