Regional official says 30,000-strong alliance hoping to wrest Saddam's hometown from ISIS should reach city limits in hours
To mark International Women's Day, we find out what drives some of our award-winning women correspondents and producers to risk it all for the story
Mohammed Emwazi once described himself as a "dead man walking"
Some suspect the government's involvement in Nemtsov's assassination
A column of ISIS militants has paraded boldly through Sirte, a city just a "small boat" journey from European soil
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the wisdom of the U.S. military publicly detailing its plan to drive the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria out of Mosul
As NATO's role shrinks Afghanistan will need every man it can muster, but IEDs are taking a vicious toll
Men show solidarity in protest against violence toward women after the brutal death of 20-year-old Ozgecan Aslan
Families and friends of the passengers on board the plane say they aren't buying what Malaysian authorities have concluded
"The only illusion is if you think it's her choice," reads one Public Service Ad from the Salvation Army in South Africa
Anxieties rise in Europe about rapid growth of Islamic culture that, its critics say, simply refuses to adopt host country's values
Militants are believed to be selling ancient artifacts on black market to finance their bloody campaign across the region
Dutch police send pieces of soap purportedly dating back to World War II for forensic tests
Does she return to the family who raised her or begin a new life with her real parents who have longed for her return for 17 years?
Several thousand people pelt rape suspect with stones and beat him to death, police say
If a Pew survey is any indication, Pope Francis will receive a rock-star welcome when he visits the U.S. in 6 months
As EU makes a fresh argument against arming Ukrainians battling pro-Russia separatists, truce agreement may finally be panning out
CBS News producer Justine Redman says "the least we can do is show up and bear witness" to areas torn apart by war, poverty and disaster
CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward has won two Emmy Awards for her work in Syria, but she tries not to get "bogged down"
CBS News' Elizabeth Palmer and Erin Lyall are no strangers to conflict zones, reporting from the Middle East to Ukraine
CBS News correspondent Holly Williams has dodged bullets on the front lines of the fight against ISIS to meet the people battling the militants
CBS News correspondent Debora Patta and producer Sarah Carter have covered some of the most dangerous, heart-wrenching stories from Africa
Oregon's Stacey Addison, detained 6 months in East Timor after sharing taxi with stranger carrying illegal drugs, is home now, sharing her story