Deputy U.S. national security adviser says Iraqi military was "deprofessionalized" under previous prime minister's government
While gay rights groups have praised the preliminary report addressing gays and non-traditional families, conservative bishops are calling it unacceptable
Authorities said that Marine Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton was the last person seen with the victim late Saturday, when they checked into a motel after meeting in a bar
At least one person reported dead and two missing after storm swept through the eastern Caribbean earlier this week
Central Command reports 18 new airstrikes near Kobani destroy multiple fighting positions and hit 16 ISIS-occupied buildings
8 foreign trekkers among those killed; death toll likely to rise, officials say
20 years after massacre, CBS News meets rebel commander hiding in Congo who says he and his men should be allowed home, not attacked by U.N. troops
Baghdad-based television program attempts to combat extremism with humor
Video shows officers apparently kicking handcuffed protester in worst violence since pro-democracy demonstrations began
A meeting of Roman Catholic leaders faces revolt. A preliminary landmark Vatican document is outlining "positive aspects of civil unions and co-habitation" and offering ideas for caring for families "wounded" by divorce. Conservative bishops say the document on non-traditional families is unacceptable. Dolan joins "CBS This Morning" from the Vatican City to answer questions about the controversy and dialogue.
Being held under Taliban captivity isn't a tale many are able to survive to tell, but now, two years after his rescue, Dr. Dilip Joseph is opening up in a new book about the four days he spent with his Taliban captors. Chip Reid reports.
The U.S. government is accused of withholding knowledge about chemical weapons inside Iraq. A new report by The New York Times said American troops were wounded by the weapons during the Iraq war. David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
Some of the worst violence erupted overnight since pro-democracy demonstrations began more than two weeks ago. Protestors in Hong Kong took to the streets to fight for more local control over elections. Now after dozens of arrests, police are facing charges of excessive force. Seth Doane reports from Hong Kong.
According to court testimony, a prosecutor revealed Tuesday that Reeva Steenkamp's parents received monthly payments for living expenses from Oscar Pistorius. Now the family is returning what they call "blood money." Norah O'Donnell reports.
Anbar Province west of Baghdad is becoming an increasing concern for the U.S.-led alliance in the fight against ISIS. Elizabeth Palmer got an inside look at the Iraqi army's front lines.
The World Health Organization says the number of Ebola patients will rise dramatically unless more action is taken to contain the disease. The agency also says the death rate from the virus is now at 70 percent. Debora Patta reports from Monrovia, Liberia.
Dr. Dilip Joseph was captured in Afghanistan by the Taliban in 2012, and now he is telling his story in a new book, “Kidnapped by the Taliban.” Joseph spoke to CBS News correspondent Chip Reid about his hope for the country and fulfilling his purpose in life.
Dr. Dilip Joseph was captured by the Taliban in 2012, and now he is telling his story in a new book, “Kidnapped by the Taliban.” Joseph spoke to CBS News correspondent Chip Reid about the SEAL team and the member who died during the rescue.
Dr. Dilip Joseph was captured by the Taliban in 2012, and now he is telling his story in a new book, “Kidnapped by the Taliban.” Joseph spoke to CBS News correspondent Chip Reid about the SEAL rescue operation.
Two separate attacks in volatile provinces of Khost and Helmand leave police and soldiers dead