Documentary describes the shipwreck, political intrigue and cannibalism depicted in "The Raft of the Medusa"
Ecuador's once endangered Galapagos tortoise population has made a steady recovery, according to a new study, thanks to the success of a captive breeding program in the region. There were once only 12 Galapagos tortoises, but now there are more than 2,000.
CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about unrest in Libya, Lebanon, and Yemen, and what it could mean for the U.S.
Before the shooting started, one injured survivor said he kissed other prisoners "because we knew we were going to die"
Filmmaker charged with having a sex with a minor remains free after fleeing the U.S. in 1978
Ability of the small force to turn the tide of battle will depend on the effectiveness of their weapons and on continued U.S.-led airstrikes
Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by the light of the sun coming through small windows, and now 450 years after his death, his masterpieces are being seen in a whole new light provided by 7,000 LEDs. The chapel is also getting a new ventilation system. Allen Pizzey reports.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is in talks to distribute its products in Iran, but economic sanctions isolate the country because of its nuclear program. Gayle King reports.
An unnamed Obama administration official was quoted in the Atlantic insulting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over a host of controversial issues. Major Garrett reports on how White House officials are rejecting the language but not the message.
Four hundred fifty years after Michelangelo's death, his masterpieces are being preserved through LED lights, new air conditioning system
Becomes first major European nation to go that route
The bodies may be those of three American siblings and a fourth person who disappeared more than two weeks ago in the area
An Australian surfer is recovering in a hospital after getting tangled with an attacking shark
There are several captive breeding programs for pandas around the world; but one facility in China hopes to release the endangered animals back into the wild
CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the emerging signs of progress in Tunisia after the Arab Spring and whether that progress can be sustained.
Republicans say the unnamed official's dig at the Israeli leader is another example of the administration's shabby treatment of U.S. allies
Roasted fruit bat and smoked rodents languish at market, to the dismay of bush meat vendors
Australian scientists are celebrating the successful trial of a vaccine to combat chlamydia in koalas. The breakthrough could not only save the threatened species but might lead to a treatment and cure for humans. Amber Austin-Wright of Australia's Network Ten reports.
Online videos appear to show corpses of women, children and burning tents in displaced persons camp in Idlib
CBS News State Department Correspondent Margaret Brennan talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about what the U.S. troop drawdown in Afghanistan will mean for the future of that country and U.S. interests in the region.