Officials say a medical student is among the group of 4 suspects believed to have been plotting an attack inside Britain
A jihadist raised in the U.S. tells Clarissa Ward why he joined the fight in Syria with a group linked to al Qaeda
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about whether President Obama will ever renege on his opposition to putting United States ground troops in the Middle East to fight Islamic militants.
Former Cuban president takes issue with NATO secretary-general's comments about Russia
Pentagon spokesman warns that despite damage done to militants, the strategic Syrian town near Turkey's border may fall
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the international Ebola crisis after the first person to be diagnosed with the virus in the United States died.
Findings show humans were creating art in a wider part of the world nearly 40,000 years ago
The secretary of state's remarks came just hours after the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. died.
Blue the kangaroo and Trotter the rottweiler puppy play together in Australia. The two are best friends.
Rituals to get rid of evil spirits in kids that U.K. police have seen include swinging them around by the feet and over-zealous dunkings
CBS News foreign correspondent answers viewers questions about Westerners fighting in the name of jihad
By boat, bus and even cable car, a look at how the world goes to work
The dog had been the focus of protests, but officials said he had to be sacrificed over fears of spreading Ebola
"Abu Zubayr" tells Clarissa Ward he can't come home to attack the U.S., but he still has a warning for Americans
Despite new U.S.-led airstrikes and pleas from humanitarian groups, extremists seem poised to capture Kobani, on Turkey's border
Spanish health officials investigating new details from nursing assistant infected with deadly disease
If efforts to halt the disease aren't successful soon, the World Bank gives some stark figures on the deep economic hole many African countries will be left in
Well-known poet among those facing possible prison time for speaking out in mainland about the "Umbrella Revolution"
Nuclear-armed renegade state is run by 1 man: Kim Jong Un, and "if that one person is missing, we have to be concerned"
Leon Panetta questions "the credibility of a commander-in-chief" he spent years working for, and defends the timing of his critique