Announcement from Turkish foreign minister comes after U.S. military drops weapons and supplies to Kurdish forces in Kobani
Increased bear activity in northern Canada has officials nervous about 1,200 kids going door-to-door for candy
CBS News' Debora Patta says reporting on virus outbreak in Monrovia is "an assignment like no other"
The Chinese drank 11 million liters of Baijiu last year, making it the most consumed spirit by volume. After suffering a significant loss in revenue, CEO of China's Sichuan Swellfun Jim Rice is hoping to save the oldest distillery in the world. Seth Doane reports.
Nearly 30,000 runners braved thick smog to compete in Beijing's 34th annual international marathon. Some competitors wore masks as air quality soared to more than 15 times healthy levels. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Dr. Nahid Bhadelia has returned from caring for patients in West Africa to train other doctors, but one story from her time there has her ready to go back. Elaine Quijano reports.
The Vatican synod, a meeting of bishops and cardinals, ended Sunday without an agreement on the church's approach to gays, cohabitation and remarriage. Allen Pizzey reports from Rome.
Security guard from Mississippi fighting on the frontline against ISIS with comrades he can't even understand
Baijiu has been part of Chinese culture for over 1,000 years, but with luxury out of fashion in Beijing one distiller is is hatching a plan to save it from extinction
Sign meant to intimidate Christians living under ISIS threat has created a symbol of solidarity for many around the world
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko said Russia will supply his country with gas through March
Officials say weapons, ammunitions and medical supplies were dropped to help resistance against ISIS militants
Yuko Obuchi said a probe into allegations of campaign fund misuse would interfere with her job
The short-lived ban, instituted only a month ago was widely condemned as discriminatory against Muslim women
Teresa Romero shows no traces of the virus in her bloodstream, test results show
Three "credible" sightings of foreign undersea activity near Stockholm lead to scenes reminiscent of the Cold War
Recent brutal acts in the Middle East, and our government's policy for dealing with them, are weighing on the mind of "Sunday Morning" contributor Ben Stein.
While bishops scrapped ground-breaking welcome to gays and divorced couples, hot-button issues still up for debate
CBS News senior medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook on the facts about the outbreak in West Africa, and how to deal with it in America.
The film-making pioneer, who with his brother first publicly exhibited movies, was born on October 19, 1862. Charles Osgood reports.