Dozens of police break up asylum-seekers, far-right activists clashing in German, journalist injured on Greek island covering similar incident
A massive inflatable moon was set up in Fuzhou, China, to mark the annual Mid-Autumn festival, but whoever set it up should have tied it down tighter as Typhoon Meranti was about to make landfall.
Whoever tied down the inflatable moon in Fuzhou, China, should have used more rope with Typhoon Meranti coming
The wing flap that washed ashore could help officials locate the airplane that disappeared over 2 years ago
At least two killed an others injured as massive Typhoon Meranti sweeps into China after nailing Taiwan
People in Syria's biggest city are still waiting for humanitarian aid, as the fragile cease-fire in the war-torn country enters its third day. A Russian military drone is patrolling Aleppo to watch the Syrian army and rebel forces. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Aleppo.
Former militiaman tells Senate he was on hit squad tasked by now-President Rodrigo Duterte with assassinations of criminals, and political opponents
Opposing forces locked in stalemate over aid deliveries, and allies worried about looming possibility of joint U.S.-Russian military action
Pakistani officials say more than 100 others injured in accident near central city of Multan
World Anti-Doping Agency says group dubbed "Fancy Bears" got into its databases for 2nd time this week, grabbing info on 25 athletes
Lithuanian family had its grief compounded by shock last week when a coffin arrived from Sweden bearing a body that was supposed to belong to a dead relative
Italy is home to one of the oldest populations in all of Europe. To combat this issue, the country's government announced a nationwide "Fertility Day" on September 22. The day, however, has sparked backlash because of Italy's lack of safety net for mothers. Italy spends half the European average on social protection benefits, and child care is so expensive, many Italians are forced to rely on grandparents to watch their kids.
The Syrian cease-fire is allowing a rare look inside Aleppo, Syria's largest city. Children are playing in the street, but the signs of devestation are all around. Elizabeth Palmer is there.
Bombs have stopped falling, but three days in to the cease-fire Syria's biggest city hasn't seen any relief aid
A growing concern this election year is that Russian hackers may try to tamper with election systems, releasing information for their agenda. CIA Director John Brennan said Russian hackers have been breaking into U.S. political websites for years, and more hacks are likely, reports Jeff Pegues.
A woman in Australia shelled out $500 to save her beloved goldfish after it choked on a pebble. CBSN's Reena Ninan and Errol Barnett have the story.
Tech could make a crucial difference for refugees trapped between Hungary and Serbia — but more often falls frustratingly short
Gravitational forces that create high tides during full and new moons could also intensify earthquakes
Some Internet freedom advocates are comparing it to China's Internet censorship system
The 10-year deal is the most America has ever given to any country, and is $700M more per year for Israel than the previous deal