Pakistani Taliban claims responsibility after dozens killed in siege on Karachi's international airport
At least 13 dead as attackers armed with machine guns and a rocket launcher try to seize control of terminal at Karachi airport; suicide bombers kill 23 Shiite pilgrims in separate incident
After winning all their run-up matches, and star forward Jozy Altidore showing great form, the U.S. Men's National Team is feeling good
Some argue 5 Taliban detainees exchanged for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl would eventually have been transferred anyway, so why not get something for them?
Spanish tennis champ beat Novak Djokovic in convincing fashion -- 3-6, 7-5, 6-2, 6-4 -- to take home his 14th overall grand slam title
Major FIFA sponsor worries about bribery allegations around Qatar's winning 2022 World Cup host bid; Qatar confident it won't lose hosting rights
Vatican insists there is no political agenda in invite to Israeli and Palestinian presidents to pray for peace together
Retired Field Marshal Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi adds to tradition of Egyptian military men ascending to the presidency amid vote the West calls tainted
After trying to escape twice, his Taliban captors tortured, beat and locked Bergdahl in a dark box, freed Army sergeant tells officials
Three prisoners escape from detention center in Canada with help of helicopter, authorities say
Neighbors describe a quiet man from a well-liked, religious family
27-year-old Russian wins second title at Roland Garros, overcoming 12 double-faults
Newly elected president calls for dialogue with country's east but says he won't talk with "gangsters and killers"
One of the world's greatest sports extravaganzas kicks off this week in Brazil; sports editor Joshua Robinson offers a preview
U.S. officials will not comment on reports that he had left a Bible at his hotel
From the archives: Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower speaks with CBS News’ Walter Cronkite on the 20th Anniversary of D-Day on June 6, 1964.
Eighty-nine-year-old put on his medals and traveled from England to attend D-Day commemorations
State Department has made design a priority, but the initiative may be keeping American officials in harm's way
Officials say U.S. can track Guantanamo detainees released in exchange for Sgt. Bergdahl, denounce rush to judgment on circumstances of Bergdahl's capture
From the archives: A CBS radio broadcast details the Allies' attack on Normandy as it unfolds on June 6, 1944.