"Can you ever explain something like this?" says mother of man identified as gunman who fatally shot soldier, wounded 2 others
The Obama administration is trying to find ways to stop home grown radicals and is looking outside of government for inspiration. Margaret Brennan reports on a new program in Maryland that is the first community-led program to fight violent extremism.
In a shooting that inflamed global anger over the Iraq War, more than 30 unarmed Iraqis were shot by Blackwater security guards in Baghdad in 2007. Seventeen of them died. A federal jury convicted four former guards in the killings on Wednesday. Clarissa Ward reports.
Wednesday's shooting in Ottawa and another attack on Canadian soldiers earlier in the week raise questions on the threat terrorism poses to Canada. Mike Morell, CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director, joins the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to weigh in.
A gumnan killed a soldier at Ottawa's National War Memorial before storming the Parliament building. There the shooting suspect Michael Abdul Zehaf Bibeau was shot to death. Investigators are still trying to determine if the gunman had ties to any terrorist group. Jim Axelrod reports from Ottawa.
After annoying Communist gov't, sax star admits he doesn't "really know anything" about the protests in Hong Kong
Many questions remain unanswered in wake of deadly attack in Ottawa, but new information suggests suspect may have reached out to terror groups
President Erdogan confirms agreement to let limited number of reinforcements join fight for Syrian border town
Government officials say former police officer Kevin Vickers fatally shot the gunman who had killed a soldier and stormed Parliament
Judge calls British man accused of stealing $64,000 "a very accomplished and determined actor"
Officials say wind caused one of the bundles to blow off course, allowing the militants to take it
During an inventory check of delinquent storage containers in Winnipeg, Manitoba, the remains of as many as four infants were found. The victims appear to be newborns. Global TV Toronto has the story.
The spate of shootings in Canada's capital has had a major ripple effect in Canada and the U.S.
After a soldier was shot nearby, Canadian law enforcement engage in a shootout inside Canada's Parliament building, and the incident was caught it on tape
A gunman opened fire in the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa Wednesday morning. Authorities in the building shot and killed the suspect. Nearby, a Canadian soldier was shot and gravely wounded at the national war memorial. Police are searching for multiple suspects. Scott Pelley anchors this CBS News Special Report.
After a Canadian soldier was shot and wounded, gunfire was exchanged in and around the Canadian Parliament building in Ottawa
This video was taken inside the Canadian Parliament by a Globe and Mail reporter Wednesday morning. A number of very loud gunshots echoed through the chamber while police responded. One gunman is confirmed dead.
At 17 years old, Malala Yousafzai - the youngest Nobel Prize winner - received the 2014 Liberty Medal for her fight for children's right to education. KYW’s Diana Rocco reports.
Dozens of shots were reported fired near government buildings in Ottawa, Canada Wednesday morning. The Canadian Parliament is on lockdown as police search for multiple suspects in the area, one of which has been confirmed dead. Norah O'Donnell reports.
Holly Williams and her team got an inside look at a Kurdish prison in Syria where forces are holding alleged ISIS terrorists. One 15-year-old boy said that when ISIS captured his village, he was forced to fight or be executed. Williams reports from London.