As some who made it out alive revisit Nazi death camp, contemporary European conflict keeps liberating nation's leader at bay
The crisis in Ukraine escalated with a rocket attack that killed dozens
Former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington.
A controversial far-right nationalist group is getting some attention in the wake of the terror attacks in Europe
As government in Tokyo stresses role in Mideast "for the sake of peace," acquaintances shed light on the hostages and how they landed in their predicament
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the upcoming U.S.-led summit on fighting violent extremism around the world
The beard on King Tut's golden mask, one of the world's most famous relics, fell off and was hastily repaired with epoxy at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Holocaust survivors mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz extermination camp and tell their stories of survival
Moscow says accusations against 3 people, one of them a Russian bank employee, part of an "anti-Russian campaign"
Security Council told shelling of eastern town may amount to war crimes, as U.S. ambassador says bloodshed "made in Moscow"
Before touching down in conservative Muslim kingdom, president gives nod to irony of key U.S. ally's human rights record
State prosecutors say corrupt local official was behind disappearance and murder of 43 students, but many remain unconvinced
At least 5 killed as hotel popular with foreigners comes under siege in latest violence to hit chaotic nation
Despite a move to soften relations between the U.S. and Cuba, the former Cuban president wrote about his misgivings
The sons of ailing ex-leader of Egypt Hosni Mubarak were freed after four years in custody although they face other corruption charges
Audio recording praises terror attacks by name and says loyalist should take opportunities to "shed a drop of blood"
Greek F-16 jet crashes into other aircraft on the ground during NATO training in southeastern Spain
After long and divisive dispute ends, 500-year-old institution celebrates milestone
Election of left-wing government in Greece highlights the mounting popular unrest in Europe over "austerity" policies
As Alexander Litvinenko lay dying from radiation poisoning in 2006, he named the man he thought had ordered his murder: Vladimir Putin
Prosecutors ask court to sentence Costa Concordia captain to 26 years in prison for the 2012 shipwreck that killed 32 people
Militants on "verge of defeat" after some 1,600 people killed, thousands displaced in battle for Syrian border town of Kobani