30 people believed to have been in central Italian hotel when earthquakes likely sent wall of snow cascading down mountain
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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The hotel is only 55 miles from the epicenter of a series of earthquakes that have battered the region since August, and it took rescue crews hours to reach the devastation
The plane carrying "El Chapo" landed at MacArthur airport near NYC Thursday after about a four-hour flight from Mexico
Julian Assange said on Thursday that he's "always been willing to go to the United States" provided that his rights are respected
London police say two of the city’s busiest bridges have been partially closed after a suspected World War II bomb was found in the River Thames
The president urged Congress in a final letter as president to close the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, where just 41 detainees remain incarcerated
String of lawsuits filed wants Twitter, Facebook to pay damages for failing to stop violent extremists from using their platforms
Gambian president-elect to be sworn into office, but he'll have to do it in Senegal because his predecessor won't budge
Federal judge says government being overprotective of photos of how U.S. military treated prisoners in Iraq, Afghanistan
Officials say "several dozen" militants believed to have been killed by B-2 bombers flying into Libya in dead of night
Iran's state-run media say tragedy unfolded after crews had been battling blaze in iconic high-rise for hours
30 people believed to have been in central Italian hotel when wall of snow cascaded down mountain after earthquakes hit region
The WikiLeaks founder argued via his lawyers that what he was really asking for was an immediate pardon for Chelsea Manning
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Sir Andrew Wood warned Sen. John McCain that salacious allegations against Donald Trump were out there
The forces behind mysterious "fairy circles" in southern Africa do not appear to be supernatural but the complex formations have baffled researchers for ages
Mexican authorities say teenage gunman shot teacher, two other students in head before killing himself