Ceasefire ends worst violence in 4 years, but with apparent resignation of Israeli defense chief it also deepens rift between Netanyahu and Israeli hardliners
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.
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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.
Theresa May needs to convince her own cabinet to back her now-finalized proposal for an EU divorce, and the stakes couldn't be higher
Authorities have been struggling to deal with the first sizeable group of 357 migrants who arrived in the border city of Tijuana
"America's ability to defend its allies, its partners and its own vital interests is increasingly in doubt," report's authors write. On the "Intelligence Matters" podcast this week, National Defense Strategy Commission co-chair talks with Michael Morell
Before Laura Avila's procedures even began, there were major complications
"Here are brewing economically and politically dark times," renowned physicist wrote to his sister in letter that fetched twice the expected price
Ceasefire ends worst violence in 4 years, but resignation of Avigdor Lieberman highlights rift between PM Netanyahu and Israeli hardliners
The report cites many instances where medical personal expressed concern or protected the health of the detainees
Manuel Duran says he was unjustly detained while covering an immigration protest in downtown Memphis
The southern Israeli city Ashkelon is just eight miles from Gaza, making it an easy target
The nearly 19-carat, rectangular-cut stone is the largest fancy vivid pink diamond that Christie's has ever put under the hammer
Customs and Border Protection announced it was closing four lanes at the busy San Ysidro and Otay Mesa ports of entry in San Diego
Mr. Trump goes on Twitter attack against President Emmanuel Macron after thinly veiled criticism during WWI commemorations
Report highlights North's clandestine activities, but one expert says the real deception may be suggesting North Korea is no longer a threat
Police video appeal to catch man strongly resembling actor David Schwimmer went viral, and in the end, it also worked
There was no immediate word from Israel on whether it had accepted a deal to halt the heaviest exchange of fire with Gaza's Hamas rulers since 2014
Indonesia's Lion Air crash has some flyers tapping resources for red flag warnings of doubts about a carrier's safety
The campers carefully aim their assault rifles. Most are in their teens, but some are as young as 8 years old
Facebook says its CEO "is not able to be in London on November 27th" to attend the "international grand committee" of at least five governments investigating disinformation and election influencing
"We saw a bright light and then it disappeared at a very high speed," pilot says
Justin Trudeau is first Western leader to acknowledge his country has received recordings of the killing of the Saudi journalist