The ride-sharing company had pledged to create 1 million jobs for woman drivers by 2020
The World Food Program says it's taking in less money and warns that it "can't function in emergency mode for too long"
With no U.S. forces left in the country, questions are being raised about America's ability to monitor al Qaeda's threats in the region
Secretary of State John Kerry joined Afghan leaders to establish new relations between the two countries
The New York Times is reporting that there is no sign of a cover-up from Hillary Clinton, according to the 300 emails she turned over related to Benghazi. CBSN's Gigi Stone Woods has more.
Israel's prime minister tries to heal rifts after accusations of racism in Israel and a White House rebuke
A Louisiana judge has denied bail for millionaire real estate scion Robert Durst, saying he is both a flight risk and a risk to others. CBSN's Gigi Stone Woods has the details.
Archaeologists exploring very remote set of ruined buildings find clues that leave "no explanation" for them being anything other than a German hideout
Nacho Lozano de UNO TV con una mirada muy única a los últimos acontecimientos de México
Pope Francis' prayers have been answered. A Naples restaurateur and pizza maker hand delivered a custom pie for the Pope after hearing about his longing for one. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver report.
Nacho Lozano de UNO TV con una mirada muy única a los últimos acontecimientos de México.
Hundreds join demo in masks resembling bloodied face of Farkhunda, who was brutally killed by mob after claim she burned Quran
Demonstrators demand justice, equality for women in Afghanistan as they wear masks in image of Farkhunda, who was thrown from a building and immolated after men accused her of burning a Quran, which she likely never did.
Funeral held for Hijo del Perro Aguayo, who died from injuries sustained during match with ex-WWE superstar Rey Mysterio Jr.
Ceremonies being held to honor the king, 530 years after he was killed in battle just outside of the town of Leicester
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria terror group has released a "hit list" that threatens the lives of 100 specific military personnel. ISIS listed their personal information and is encouraging its followers in the U.S. to go after those named. CBS News national security analyst Juan Zarate joins CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver wtih more on what's at stake with ISIS sympathizers on American soil.
Prosecutors say Pfc. Joseph Scott Pemberton brutally murdered Jennifer Laude in hotel room upon discovering her gender
Another layer to the chaos as Houthi rebels push deeper into al Qaeda stronghold in south and toward U.S.-backed leader in hiding
U.K. defense chief says destroyer will head for Black Sea after Russian diplomat suggested Moscow could nuke Danish ships
Pedro Aguayo Ramirez broke his neck in the ring during a wrestling match Friday night. He was lying helpless in the ring for several minutes before being taken to an ambulance. As Omar Villafranca reports, the match kept going even after he was hurt.