Officials say 18-year-old planned shooting rampage at Munich mall for a year and chose his victims at random
3 attacks in different cities as Muslim holy month of Ramadan draws to a close. No group claims responsibility, but ISIS has claimed other recent carnage
Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee holds hearing on the ideology of ISIS, and how to beat it
Leaders of European Union countries hold emergency summit in Brussels on what happens when Britain leaves the Union, and U.K. leader was told not to bother showing up
Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how insecurities about globalization and a feeling of loss of control inspired the Brexit vote, and on its consequences and the potential for another referendum
When the U.S. Rowing Team takes to the water at the Rio Olympics, they'll wear anti-microbial suits to protect from pollution. The lagoon where they'll row is just one of the many waterways Brazil promised -- and failed -- to clean up before the Games.
Members of the Harley Owners Group are crazy about their favorite machines, and enthusiasm for the iconic American motorcycles extends far beyond our own shores.
Cockpit voice and flight data recorders from EgyptAir flight 804 have now both been recovered from the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea
3 suicide bombers blew themselves up at the country's largest airport in Istanbul on June 28, 2016, leaving dozens dead and hundreds injured
Malik Obama, the president's elder brother who resides in Kenya, shares why he wants Trump to "Make America Great Again"
Girlfriend of Robin Shahini says she is worried he was arrested over online comments criticizing Iran's human rights record
The Kenyan-born British rider shared beer and Champagne with teammates during the final stage of the epic bike race
Police say 21-year-old was known to police, and attacked three people after an argument at a bus station
Australia says it's not allowing its athletes to move into the Athletes Village, which is beset by problems with two weeks to go
While track and field athletes from Russia remain banned, the rest of their team avoids penalty for revelations of state-run doping system
At least 14 people were killed in bombing of security check point in northern part of Iraqi capital
On July 24, 1704, Britain and its Dutch allies seized the territory at the southern tip of Europe from Spain
The United Nations says more than 9,400 people have been killed since the conflict broke out and Russia annexed part of Ukraine in April 2014
Officials say woman exited her car at a wildlife park in Beijing and was attacked, and another woman was injured trying to help her
The Solar Impulse 2 left Cairo for Dubai early Sunday on the final leg of its globe-circling adventure that began in March 2015
Yet again, sidewalks have turned into somber memorials as another major European city is left shaken
Authorities say country's terrorism concerns have "reached a higher level" after truck attack in Nice, France
Villagers complain about lack of warning before deadly flash flood as officials evacuate hundreds of thousands