The out-of-control motorist injured 11 people at a time when tensions are heightened over Islamist threats
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
Soccer superstar says the larger-than-life bronze statue is "prettier than me"
Jaycee Chan, 32, was among a string of celebrities detained over the summer for vices such as drug use and hiring prostitutes, as Beijing vowed to clean up social morals
American characters often depicted on screen as villains, sometimes played by North Koreans in makeup, but also by actual Americans
In Christmas greeting, pontiff delivers withering criticism of Roman Curia, which runs the Holy See, as an organization suffering from "spiritual Alzheimer's"
"In the Grip of the Law" brings together convicted militants and those affected by their terrorist acts; human rights groups question the airing of detainee confessions
Judge orders King Felipe's sister to stand trial along with her husband
And warns against suggesting Beijing played a role; Pyongyang threatens to strike "the whole U.S. mainland, that cesspool of terrorism"
Security Council taking up Pyongyang's human rights record for first time; North calls those who aided probe "human scum"
The Italian entrepreneur had climbed the building on four previous occasions
U.S.-led coalition launches 13 total airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, as fight to rescue Yazidi hometown heats up
Anger is growing as Chinese-led $50 billion project readies to displace thousands, wipe out villages, and shake up international trade
In addition to several public hangings of Taliban members, the Pakistani government moves to quell public outcry over massacre response
The story of a Yuletide football match between British and German troops on the frontlines of battle is so good, it's still being told, embellished and re-lived 100 years later
Nigerian extremists seen in video with so many corpses gunmen have trouble reaching bodies still twitching with life