Tanks, armored vehicles and artillery was left behind after the Iraqi forces suffered a defeat when the city fell to militants
Ban Ki-moon's visit to the nation would have been the first for a United Nation's leader since 1993
British police have arrested nine suspects linked to a massive jewelry heist in London. The job was pulled off in April over Easter weekend and netted the thieves millions of dollars in diamonds and other jewelry. Mark Phillips reports on how the thieves were able to break in.
More than 1,000 days after Austin Tice disappeared in Syria, his mom is appealing for help
A New York City startup specializing in helicopter transport is getting funding from some major donors. CBSN's Elaine Quijano talks about the big-name backers.
Thousands of Rohingya adrift in the Andaman Sea highlight the plight of one of the world's most persecuted minorities
The U.S. had been tracking Abu Sayyaf for months
Vice chair of the Joint Chiefs said the North Koreans "have not gotten as far as their clever video editors and spinmeisters would have us believe"
Right-wing Freedom Party is lodging criminal complaint against councilwoman who says signals will stay permanently
Russia denies 2 men, who were wounded and captured in rebellious eastern Ukraine, are members of its armed forces
More than 1,800 people killed since March 19 and half a million displaced since May 7, according to U.N. estimates
Authorities in Portugal are investigating a police officer for beating a man in front of his young son outside a soccer stadium. The whole altercation was caught on video and has sparked some protests in the country.
Now-leader of the Irish nationalist Sinn Fein party, Gerry Adams meets a British royal -- unthinkable just 2 decades ago
Police say men from 48 to 76 in age swept up in raids by more than 200 officers after high-tech vault break-in
Officer being investigated over incident outside soccer match that has brought huge criticism of police
11 officers were among 49 people charged in brutal slaying of Farkhunda, young woman falsely accused of burning a Quran
Washington Post says charges against Jason Rezaian "not supported by a single fact," and trial could go on behind closed doors
The discovery of pilot Bill Fitzpatrick and his Cessna 172 in forested, mountainous terrain in April had initially brought some relief to his family
One of the few artist-editors to survive the attack by al Qaeda-linked gunmen says each new issue is like "torture"
The United Nations says that nearly 25,000 Iraqis escaped from Ramadi after ISIS took control of the city over the weekend. The Iraqi government is scrambling to put together a counter-offensive after another humiliating defeat. Holly Williams reports from Beirut, Lebanon.