Stacey Addison was unable to leave East Timor for six months after being accused of a crime she did not commit. She returned to American soil and opened up about her drama, only on "CBS This Morning." Ben Tracy reports.
Iraq's government accuses ISIS of bulldozing the site of one of the world's most ancient cities. Officials say the extremists looted and destroyed the city of Nimrud. The news came as ISIS militants reportedly set fire to the oil wells to create a smoke screen and protect themselves from Iraqi government fighter jets. Holly Williams reports from Erbil, Iraq.
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According to the Iraqi government, ISIS militants used vehicles to destroy parts of the archaeological site at the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud.
"Iraqi forces alone, they cannot do this," said the governor of nearby Kirkuk
The FBI and Homeland Security have issued an alert to U.S. law enforcement regarding efforts by ISIS to recruit young people. CBS News Justice Correspondent Jeff Pegues reports the warning focuses on the terror group's social media efforts.
FBI and Homeland Security send alert warning law enforcement about effectiveness of terror group's social media strategy
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A Florida man hired by an company in the United Arab Emirates was arrested after complaining about his employer on Facebook. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Alison Harmelin have more.
Morne and Celeste Nurse only knew their daughter, Zephany, for three days before she was taken from the hospital. Recently, one of their other daughters, Cassidy, came home with some remarkable news: there was a girl that resembled her at school. It turned out Zephany was living just a few miles away. Debora Patta reports.
One of the most important events on China's political calendar gets underway in Beijing. The National People's Congress opens its 10-day annual meeting. Increasingly, the gathering to represent the Communist Party masses is becoming a club for ultra-wealthy capitalists. Seth Doane reports on the billionaires who say they're ready to give back.
It's the fourth day of an effort to take back Saddam Hussein's hometown from ISIS fighters. Holly Williams spoke with a former American colonel who now advises the Kurds in their fight against the extremists.