ISIS Militants have infiltrated one of Baghdad's outer suburbs, Abu Ghraib, which is only eight miles from the runway perimeter of Baghdad's international airport, reports CBS News correspondent Elizabeth Palmer. She says Iraqi troops are still patrolling Abu Ghraib, but they play cat and mouse with the ISIS fighters, who stage hit-and-run attacks on security forces. Around the city, it's a mixed picture.
For the first time in three years, Kim Jong Un wasn't among the dignitaries at an event to honoring the anniversary of North Korea's ruling party. Instead, reports CBS News correspondent Seth Doane, a basket of flowers in his name was placed before statues of his father and grandfather, further fueling speculation about why he has not been seen in public since September.
Thousands of women came to the Grace Hopper Computing Conference yesterday to get some insight from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella but, as CBS News correspondent Vinita Nair reports, he sparked controversy by suggesting women should not ask for pay raises, and instead, should trust "the system."
The automotive world is all charged up following a dramatic unveiling late last night in California by Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk. As CBS News correspondent Carter Evans found out, it's not a new car, but it does make the old ones go really, really fast.
The first human trials of a vaccine against Ebola have begun. The vaccine is produced by Glaxo Smith Kline and is being tested on healthy volunteers. It's the first phase of a multi-step process before possible approval. The vaccine has been effective in primates.
Progress vs. diabetes?
In what could be the biggest breakthrough in years in the treatment of Type 1 diabetes, CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook reports, researchers at Harvard University say they have developed a way of transforming stem cells to help diabetics.
Who is Walt Havenstein and why are potential Republican presidential candidates flocking to stand by his side?