2-year process could cost $65 billion; UK’s international trading relationships and free passage to the other member nations on the line
As U.S.-backed Iraqi forces battle ISIS to retake western Mosul, they're facing a dangerous new weapon. ISIS is using drones to drop explosives and guide car bombs from above. Charlie D'Agata reports.
Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, criticizes the execution of President Trump's immigration ban as a "confused process"
What do Russian President Vladimir Putin's recent actions reveal about his U.S. strategy? Former National Security Adviser Tom Donilon and former deputy CIA director Mike Morell dive into the national security threats facing the United States and the new White House.
Since end of Cold War, U.S. has drawn down military presence in Europe, but now -- at least for a while -- that trend has reversed. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Germany as an entire U.S. combat brigade arrives.
Russia, Turkey and Iran commit to use "their influence over the parties" to keep ceasefire going on the ground so that peace talks -- in which U.S. has no role -- can continue
Trump administration could have many bones to pick with world body, and Congress already has big beef with it. CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk reports from U.N. Headquarters.
Photos of the London attack near Parliament where five people died -- including the suspected gunman.
Price falls from $2,100 per kilogram in early 2014 to $730 in February; country plans to end legal ivory trade later this year
Lawmaker says government rushed moves just “to show something,” as France and other EU nations grapple with radicalization
"We were immediately suspicious that the snake had swallowed Akbar because around the site we found… his harvesting tool and a boot," village official says
The leaders are expected to gather at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida
CBS News has learned the FBI is investigating whether Fethullah Gulen has skimmed money from taxpayer-funded charter schools in the U.S.
Ultraconservative Islamic kingdom cautiously challenges perceptions with limited acceptance of Western culture
Denial comes as U.S. probes March 17 Mosul strike witnesses say killed at least 100; U.S. official says “if we did it … it was an unintentional accident of war”
As Trump admin. aims to cut aid money and millions face famine, U.N. warns starving youth "susceptible to radicalization"
Theresa May was photographed signing Article 50, the letter that begin the irreversible process of leaving the EU
Francois Fillon has already been charged in the case, which has deeply damaged his chances in the election
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Scots must be given a chance to vote on their future before the U.K. leaves the European Union
Restitution of coffin depicting the 12 labors of Hercules ends legal battle over a prized artifact that mysteriously turned up in Geneva’s secretive customs office warehouse
U.N. experts Michael Sharp of U.S., Zaida Catalan of Sweden disappeared in Congo's Central Kasai province
“The United States will stand with Israel,” the Senate Majority Leader said
Five judges found defendant guilty of throwing grenade onto a shopping area, killing two and injuring 32