The lawsuit says in 2012 Syrian officials launched a rocket attack on a makeshift broadcast studio targeting the American reporter for The Sunday Times
This had been the largest European country never visited by the U.S. president, but events at home changed the script on Sunday
Tensions between the public and police boiled over for yet another night. The largest turnout may have been in downtown Atlanta, where thousands marched for justice. Police created a barricade of officers and vehicles to keep protesters from the highway. In Phoenix, about a thousand protesters clashed with police dressed in riot gear. Teri Okita reports.
Launch is latest in string of tests that are part of efforts by North to advance technology capable of delivering nuclear warheads
Staff sergeant vanished last week after attending cookout near his base
During a meeting with world leaders in Warsaw, Poland, Pres. Obama addressed the sorrow being felt by many Americans following a week that saw two black men killed by police and five officers shot dead by a sniper at a Dallas protest.
Does being a mother make you more qualified to be PM? Candidate's remarks spark uproar
Despite three-day extension, pro-government forces advance against rebels in the north, who respond with rocket attacks
Altercation between Russian policeman and American official set off diplomatic fracas
Williams wins 22nd major title, tying Steffi Graf for most in the Open era
The road to the Olympics in Rio de Janerio has been a bumpy one to say the least, plagued by worries about Zika, doping, water pollution, street violence and construction delays. But now, with the summer games opening in less than a month, there's a new concern -- cybercrime. Devin Redmond, vice president and general manager of social media security at the leading cybersecurity company Proofpoint joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss how cybercriminals are exploiting the Olympic games.
After police shootings, the country issues a plea for young males traveling to the U.S. to "exercise extreme caution"
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif: "We have lost a great servant of humanity"
7 people gored, including 3 Americans, in Spain's running of the bulls festival
Leaders of the NATO military alliance gathered Friday to order bold actions in the face of threats to their national security
President says he's "horrified" about what happened; calls the killers' motivations "twisted"
Latest attack comes after Sunday's attack, which was Iraq's deadliest since 2003
A massive storm is expected to dump as much as three feet of rain in Taiwan, where winds have reached 125 miles an hour.
Typhoon "Nepartak," a Micronesian word for a local warrior, is already grounding fishing boats, commercial ships and planes
Heavy downpours swamp cities and villages in central and eastern China, where almost 23 inches of rain fell in a week