Popular evangelist urged to apologize on his TV show for bizarre claim about AIDS risk in African nation
Bank clerk with no special training tricked British traitors and gathered potentially lethal info intended for the Nazis, files reveal
Officials say soldiers and militiamen treated for poisoning after clashes with militants north of Bagdad
Expects 200K vaccine doses by mid-2015; at least five experimental drugs are due to join three others undergoing clinical trials
MILAN (AP) — Italy's highest court has acquitted Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of tax evasion in a highly publicized case that led the Milan designers to close their Milan stores in protest for several days last year. 2014-10-24T08:24:00-04:00 2014-10-24T12:24:03-04:00
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Authorities and ordinary Canadians sifted through confounding shards of a gunman's life seeking to understand what motivated the man to storm the nation's seat of power. 2014-10-24T07:26:00-04:00 2014-10-24T11:26:57-04:00
CONAKRY, Guinea (AP) — Doctors Without Borders insisted Friday, after one of its doctors who worked in Guinea came down with Ebola in New York City, that self-quarantines are not necessary when there are no symptoms of the disease. 2014-10-24T07:52:00-04:00 2014-10-24T11:52:04-04:00
Ukraine parliament elections fail to inspire enthusiasm as war, troubled economy dampen mood
Among pigs and cows, Miss Uganda contestants get lessons in farming
Russian President Vladimir Putin blasted the U.S. in a speech Friday, blaming the West for the conflict in Ukraine and weakening global and regional security.
Letters containing unidentified yellow powder were sent to the United States and Canadian consulates in Istanbul on Friday, officials said.
Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world.
Poland strips Russian journalist of accreditation; media allege it's for spying
The Polish Foreign Ministry says it has stripped a Russian journalist of his right to work in Poland.
Factory workers in the Chinese city of Anqiu are racing to produce protective suits for healthcare workers dealing with the Ebola outbreak.
Eleven Iraqi police officers were admitted to the hospital in September with symptoms of chlorine poisoning. Norah O'Donnell reports.
There is growing concern that the Canadian shooting incident carried out by a lone wolf could trigger copycat situations in the U.S. These types of attacks are hard to track and easy to carry out. Homeland security correspondent Bob Orr reports.
There was an urgent plea for help from the family of American hostage Abdul-Rahman Kassig, formerly known as Peter. His mother Paula posted a message on Twitter overnight asking ISIS to give her instructions on how to save the life of her only son. The appeal for mercy is getting some unusual support including from a senior al Qaeda jihadist. Margaret Brennan reports.
Court documents obtained by CBS News shows that Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, the alleged Ottawa shooter, was desperate to be locked in jail. Speaking in a 2011 court hearing, Zehaf-Bibeau told a judge that he wanted to "do another robbery" so he could come to jail. Jim Axelrod reports from Ottawa.