As tension soars in wake of what NATO calls Moscow's "irresponsible" actions, Russian pol says ex-troops will "probably" join war
Previous strikes in northern Syria had pounded groups linked to al Qaeda, but also so-called moderate rebels who are supported by the U.S.
CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate and CBS News Washington bureau chief Chris Isham discuss the recent flow of Syrian migrants overwhelming Europe's borders. Is it time for the U.S. to intervene?
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir addresses criticism over Saudi-led airstrikes that mistakenly killed over 100 civilians at a wedding party
An almost mythical Nazi gold train from World War II is believed to have been found in Southwest Poland. Elizabeth Palmer has more
Violence in the Middle East continues to push refugees into European countries like Croatia, where officials say about 27,000 people have entered the country in the last few days
Christiana Figueres says reaching a deal to reduce carbon emissions is finally within reach -- because it's in every country's economic interest to do so
British graffiti artist Banksy's latest project is a parody of an English seaside theme park
Oranges laced with cyanide and poisoned salt licks were used; ivory tusks had been cut off six elephants
As a political solution grows distant, Israel punishes the families of Palestinians killed after attacking Jews last year
Former president of the United Nations General Assembly accused of taking huge cash payout from a billionaire Chinese real estate mogul
With Russia aggressively joining the crowded military airspace over Syria, U.S. concerns about "irresponsible behavior" increase
One suicide bomber hit a commercial area, killing at least 32 people; militants also detonated a car bomb in Baghdad killing 14 people
At least 15 killed in port city of Aden in blast that may portend deeper chaos in Arab world's poorest country
Gen. John Campbell tells Congress that it was a U.S. decision to conduct the airstrike and that the hospital was "mistakenly struck"
After Pentagon says strike aimed at Taliban attacking from hospital, Doctors Without Borders says they violated international law
Turkish F-16s patrolling Syria border targeted by both MIG-29 plane as well as surface-to-air missile systems based in Syria
Hundreds of angry staff stormed company headquarters, forcing two top officials to flee, but not before crowd tore their clothes to shreds
Almost 10 years ago, the world counted 38 million people displaced by conflict and persecution, and the number was declining
Emergency workers still digging bodies out of the massive mudslide, with practically no hope of finding anyone alive; at least 150 people dead
Former NSA contractor, currently in Russia, faces U.S. charges that could land him in prison for up to 30 years
Hospital was run by Doctors Without Borders, which operates in many of the world's war zones; 22 people killed by AC-130 gunship