Two being questioned over "illicit activity" involving ride-sharing service, which has been a flashpoint for protest among French taxi drivers
Greece's debt crisis is affecting markets around the world, the Waldorf-Asotria Hotel is laying off some of its staff, and HBO's streaming service has become the highest grossing app on Apple in only two months. CBS News Moneywatch's Jill Wagner joins CBSN with the day's business headlines.
Ibolya Ryan was attacked in Decmeber by woman shrouded in a full black veil in upscale mall restroom in Abu Dhabi
Witnesses say attacker tried to get into hospital itself, but was stopped by vigilantes at the gate; ISIS-affiliated Boko Haram eyed as culprit
The 2015 Glastonbury Festival in Somerset, England featured performances from current artists like Kanye West, Pharrell Williams and Mary J. Blige, as well as rock icons The Who and Patti Smith
ISIS, the savage Islamic extremist group holding territory straddling two countries, declared itself an independent state one year ago
Michael Morell says the "serious" warning about potential holiday weekend attacks is different this year because of ISIS' growing reach
There are growing tensions between China and its neighbors around the South China Sea. As "CBS This Morning" reported, China is reclaiming land and building islands, and the U.S. believes China is looking to expand its military might. Seth Doane spoke to a mayor on the Filipino island of Pag-Asa, the island now caught in the global controversy.
All sides meeting in Vienna, Austria, acknowledge they will not meet Tuesday's deadline for a deal. Secretary of State John Kerry is trying to cement a key part of President Obama's foreign policy agenda. Margaret Brennan reports on the main roadblock threatening the deal.
1st major attack aimed at top Egyptian officials in almost 2 years comes amid tight security for anniversary of uprising against Morsi
After Friday's deadly attack by a gunman in Tunisia, British Prime Minister David Cameron promises a "full-spectrum" response to ISIS extremism. At least 15 British residents are among the 38 killed, and that number is expected to rise. New images and footage of the rampage reveal more details of what happened. Charlie D'Agata reports from Sousse, Tunisia.
Markets in Europe and Asia are seeing major losses as the Greek debt crisis worsens. All the country's banks are closed, and Greeks are only allowed ATM withdrawals of about $65 a day. Elizabeth Palmer reports from London's financial district, where fears of a meltdown are rising.
As China grows its territory nearby, Filipinos stake their claim to the island of Pag-Asa -- and pray mounting tension won't turn into a "shooting war"
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and officials from other world powers are meeting in Vienna to try to finalize a nuclear deal with Iran. The talks are hung up on when sanctions on Iran would be lifted and how the international community will verify Iran is not developing nuclear weapons. CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk joins "Up To The Minute" with the latest.
One hotel employee risked his life, following Seifeddine Rezgui around the resort as the gunman mowed down 38 innocent people
Commandos search Swedish vessel carrying 18 pro-Palestinian activists in latest flotilla protest against Israel
A national banking panic and the ongoing standoff with international creditors risk throwing the cash-strapped country into turmoil
Although the gunman acted alone, authorities are looking for others who they say helped him with the assault
Secretary of State John Kerry is going to get a few extra days to broker a deal with Iran. Kerry is negotiating a deal the will put a freeze on Iran's nuclear program. Margaret Brennan reports on the ongoing talks in Vienna
CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins CBS News to discuss the ramifications that await Greece and the rest of Europe while Greek banks are closed for business.