Vietnam vet told a 70-year-old former Viet Cong soldier who was part of ambush against John Kerry's team he was happy they were both alive
As Russia denies having "kompromat" on Trump, it objects to the Senate testimony of his secretary of state nominee, Rex Tillerson. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Moscow, where a government spokesman is also criticizing a move by the Obama administration.
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.
Syrian cease-fire agreement appears to be mostly holding after it went into effect midnight local time. The deal was brokered by Russia and Turkey, two countries on opposite sides of the civil war. If the cease-fire lasts, peace talks are scheduled for January. Holly Williams reports from Istanbul.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the nightclub attack in Istanbul, saying gunman was avenging Turkey's role in Syria's bloody civil war. Jonathan Vigliotti reports from Istanbul on the manhunt for the shooter.
After more than two years of ISIS occupation, Iraq's second-largest city is being taken back by the Iraqi Army. Lara Logan reports from Mosul.
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.
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Gov't maintains relatively muted line on Trump's suggestion Taiwan stance could change, but state-controlled press pulls no punches
Under populist assault, world forum’s Western ideals falter, as Beijing leader makes big entrance with his own take on globalization
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Turkish aircraft slams into residential area just outside main airport in central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan, and official says it was likely "pilot error"
Widening inequality means just eight billionaires control as much wealth as the world's poorest half of humanity
The International Committee of the Red Cross said the staffer was snatched on Dec. 19th in the northern province of Kunduz
Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial said a pendant found at the Sobibor death camp is nearly identical to one that belonged to Anne Frank
The comments, to The Times of London, come less than a month after the Obama administration imposed new sanctions on Russia
Latest global annual survey of public opinion shows media especially distrusted, but government and business rate poorly, too
Elites behind annual World Economic Forum are reaching out to populist pols who've ridden wave of discontent among masses
In his annual Christmas address from the Vatican, the pope decried conflicts around the world "that seem stronger than the yearning for peace”
Friday’s inauguration broadcast described by Glasgow Sunday Herald's TV critic as launch of a “nightmarish” interactive virtual reality project
Center of a late-90s international conflict sees tensions flare up again with heated threats from the Serbian president
The president-elect again hinted he might scrap official recognition of China's dominion over Taiwan, prompting a curt reply from Beijing
Head of the Russian Security Council says "outside powers" are trying to cripple the "Russian information system"
Gang warfare inside Brazil's penitentiaries kills dozens more