Full scale of Himalayan disaster to come clear as crews helicopter into remote villages near epicenter
Desperation is fueling the largest mass migration since WWII. Thousands have died trying to reach Europe by sea. Clarissa Ward reports for "60 Minutes."
Heavy rain is making conditions harder for survivors and rescue workers
A powerful earthquake struck near Kathmandu, death toll more than 2,200
Experts still believe the current U.S. counterterrorism strategy is the best way to keep casualty numbers low
CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate and CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues dig into the two American al Qaeda members who were killed in drone strikes in January
The Thames River in London has been home to the historic race between men's rowing teams from Cambridge and Oxford for decades
Photographer Scout Tufankjian traveled around the world to document a heritage strong and vibrant despite the 100-year-old tragedy of the 1915 Armenian Genocide
Government spokesman says it disrupted a plot for a suicide car bomber to attack the U.S. Embassy in Riyadh
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Eight foreigners and one Indonesian to be executed for drug crimes, despite an international outcry and pleas for mercy
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Woman who lost 49 members in Holocaust makes comments after another survivor shared embrace with former SS Sgt. Oskar Groening
Appellate court changes guilty verdict against Sewol captain to "homicide by willful negligence"
Army says rebels firing Grad rockets at government held town as president warns "war could start at any moment"
With base camp on world's highest mountain in ruins after killer avalanche, those who've made it down have harrowing stories to tell
CBS News' Holly Williams is in Kathmandu where the dead are being counted by the thousands
"Today is still a hopeful day" for finding survivors, but the clock is ticking and thousands need urgent medical attention
Director General Yukio Amano welcomes the six-party nuclear talks, but says that Iran's disclosures on IAEA concerns remain limited
A rural Brazilian town colonized by families fleeing Reconstruction hosts large "Festa dos Confederados" to celebrate Civil War's end
Dozens of organizations have members on the ground in Nepal and have launched online fundraisers to help victims