In move likely to antagonize Putin, Kiev says it won’t "allow Russia to repeat the Crimean scenario in Ukraine's east"
A passenger bus collided with a broken-down truck and burst into flames in southeastern state of Veracruz
A magnitude-7.4 quake follows just a few hours after a similar-sized temblor shook the archipelago of 600,000 still reeling from devastating floods
Pro-Russian men in camouflage putting up fierce fight, Kiev says; fears rise over Russian invasion as its troops dig in close to the border
The pontiff hopped off his popemobile to pose for “selfies” with young people in a packed St. Peter’s Square
Seizures of police headquarters latest shows of spiraling anger in country's east
Case involving baby boy highlights country's troubled criminal justice system
Magnitude 7.6 earthquake strikes off archipelago in the Southern Hemisphere
Details of reported attack remain sketchy as both sides blame each other
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and U.S. Ambassador Caroline Kennedy take a ride on a magnetic levitation train at the Yamanashi Maglev Test Center of Central Japan Railway Co. in Tsuru, Japan. Japan hopes to export its railway technology to the U.S. Lucy Craft reports.
Australia leader says not to underestimate difficulties crews face with signals from plane's black boxes fading fast
Average state employee already spends up to 80 percent of their income just on food
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's recent visit to Asia and the rise of China.
In closed meeting with children's rights group, pontiff says he felt need to "take it upon myself" and ask forgiveness
But unclear how much power he's willing to give, or whether it will keep Russia or Ukrainian separatists at bay
Aggressive prosecutor forces athlete to admit mistake in testimony, to which he pleads fatigue but insists he can carry on
Aussie official says latest underwater noise wasn't from plane's "black boxes," but Aussie PM says authorities are confident other signals were
Injuries reported as 6.1-magnitude quakes sends panicked residents running into streets, damages dozens of homes and knocks out power
3 journalists from Al-Jazeera English are accused of supporting terrorist groups and fabricating videos to make Egypt look bad
Multiple journalists from Al-Jazeera English were once again in a Cairo courtroom, charged with supporting terrorist groups as well as fabricating videos to make Egypt look bad. One of the imprisoned reporters, Peter Greste, calls the charges "a big joke." CBS News' Alex Ortiz reports from Cairo