Diplomat on U.N. Security Council says "Saudi Arabia is actively lobbying against" a British draft resolution to halt the bloodshed and get food in
Mr. Trump was among more than 66 leaders gathered on a rainy day at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the base of the Arc de Triomphe
Clarence Smoyer, a gunner with the U.S. Army's 3rd Armored Division, cannot forget his fateful tank battle in Cologne, Germany, and a young girl caught in the crossfire
Three-hundred U.S. soldiers returned home to Colorado from Afghanistan at the same time. The troopis held a special reunion with their families.
The luxurious liquid has been produced for generations in Northern Italy, where some varieties take up to 100 years to mature
Slain Saudi Arabian journalist's fiancée appears to believe gruesome, unconfirmed reports of murder cover-up
NASA has long relied on "Operation Ice Bridge," which sends planes to Antarctica from South America, to study how fast the ice sheets are melting. Mark Phillips spoke to the scientists measuring the effects of a warming climate.
North Korea has offered to allow inspectors into a missile testing facility. CBS News' Errol Barnett and professor John Delury discuss the importance of the step, and mounting tension with China.
For days, Russian air strikes and Syrian barrel bombs pummeled Idlib, one of the last major opposition enclaves. The bloodshed has prompted a dire warning from the United Nations as some 30,000 are forced to flee their homes. CBS News correspondent Debora Patta reports.
One of the Duchess of Sussex's 1st solo engagements as a royal, a visit to a market in Fiji, was cut short over what Kensington Palace is calling crowd control concerns. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
"For every child killed by bombs and bullets, dozens are starving to death and it's entirely preventable," according to the United Nations
Republicans and Democrats condemned Trump's decision to stand by Saudi Arabia, despite CIA's assessment of the Saudi journalist's murder
Saudi Arabia has detained at least 10 women and seven men on vague national security allegations related to their human rights work
Trump says it "could very well be that the Crown Prince had knowledge of this tragic event – maybe he did and maybe he didn’t!"
Researchers found about 13 pounds of plastic waste in the animal's stomach
Neither the Taliban nor ISIS immediately claims attack on gathering at wedding hall in Afghan capital
Princess Cruises said the case remains an active investigation by the FBI
After Trump accuses Pakistan of letting Osama bin Laden hide out while taking U.S. aid money, top diplomat warns "vital cooperation" could be affected
The people of Finland are "raking" the benefits of President Trump's comments about spending "a lot of time raking"
"Facing these climatic changes will be like getting into a fight with Mike Tyson, Schwarzenegger, Stallone, Jackie Chan – all at the same time," the lead researcher said
Elected officials from eight countries are now part of an unprecedented effort to probe disinformation and election meddling across the globe
A BBC nature documentary crew is being praised for making the rare decision to intervene in the scenes they were filming
Auto exec's arrest tarnishes track record that included Renault's and Nissan's revivals through ruthless cost-cutting
With thousands trying to reach the U.S. massing in Tijuana, about 400 locals waved flags, sang Mexican national anthem and chanted "Out! Out!"
Government says cash-strapped Argentina lacks technology to recover ARA San Juan after disaster with 44 crew on board
With CIA appearing likely to tell Trump the Saudi Crown Prince ordered Jamal Khashoggi's assassination, the men who really know could soon be executed
17-year-old Sophia Floersch's car careened off Macau Grand Prix course on a sharp bend, going about 170 miles-per-hour
Hector Manuel Beltran Leyva's family-run cartel was once a leading player in drug trafficking, controlling the U.S. border in Sonora
Mass starvation is no longer the crisis it once was in North Korea, but the impact of famine lingers