Week in Review: Letterman's retires; California oil spills; CTM at One World Trade Center; Waco biker shooting
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8 years ago, Anis Abid Sardar helped build IEDs that littered roads west of Baghdad, one of which killed Sgt. Randy Johnson
Health officials are alarmed about new cases just as the crisis seemed to be getting under control
Next week, Cuba comes off the U.S. list of states that sponsor terrorism. The move is expected to jump start the path to normal relations between the two countries. But if you're thinking of re-arranging your summer travel plans, the island might still be a world away. Peter Greenberg reports.
NATO members Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania have are so worried about possible Russian aggression that they want the alliance to permanently station three battalions of troops in their countries. Holly Williams got a close-up look at the threat.
Police cordon off area near Wembley Stadium as Army bomb technicians get to work on "potentially dangerous" Nazi leftover
A London judge sentenced Anis Abid Sardar to life in prison for the bombing death of a U.S. soldier in Iraq. A jury found him guilty of murder Thursday in an extraordinary prosecution that stretched across three continents and nearly a decade. Elizabeth Palmer reports from the courthouse in London.
The State Department is set to release about 300 of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails from her days as secretary of state. The messages from her private server concern security in Libya and the 2012 Benghazi attacks. Nancy Cordes reports.
Predominantly Catholic nation of 5 million could be set for sweeping change. Polling stations opened this morning, and Jonathan Vigliotti reports Ireland could become to first nation to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote.
If you're thinking of rearranging your summer travel plans, the island 90 miles off Florida might still be a world away
Last country in Western Europe to de-criminalize homosexuality could be 1st to claim popular public victory for gay rights
After Russian planes flew too close to Swedish airspace, Sweden scrambled fighter jets to intercept the aircraft. As Russia flexes its muscle, its neighbors -- Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia -- have asked NATO to deploy ground troops as a deterrent. Holly Williams reports from Lithuania.
European nations near the Russian border are wary of air drills being undertaken by the country's aircraft
In 2007 there were areas of Ramadi where one could walk about freely, thanks to the American troops who fought off al Qaeda during the Iraq war. But ISIS has since advanced into the city. David Martin spoke with veterans of Ramadi to get their take on the city's fall.
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the implications of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s capture of Ramadi.
CBS News medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook chats with CBSN from Haiti about the vast changes he has seen since the earthquake in 2010 and the medical improvements made to the country.
A London cabbie was convicted Thursday for building roadside bombs used in Iraq, including one that killed a U.S. solider and wounded others
The latest loss for the Iraqi army raises fresh questions about how the U.S. can help with the fight
1,300 American troops died to take the city during the Iraq war; now ISIS is gaining control
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss what Osama bin Laden’s book selection and an al Qaeda job application say about the organization.