Prosecutors say suspect was an SS sergeant who served as a medic in the hospital; charge is latest in string of ex-Nazi prosecutions
Hackers have successfully broken into several companies, including Target and Sony. Now some corporations are fighting fire with fire, hiring hackers to try to break into their own systems. Lauren Lyster reports.
At a gathering to assess the U.N. ahead of its 70th anniversary, echoes of the Cold War reverberated between America and Russia
Relatives of codebreaker Alan Turing want Britain to pardon the 49,000 other men persecuted for homosexuality
New trove of leaked spy cables from South African intelligence service give behind-the-scenes look at Mideast events
A look back at CBS News coverage of the conflict between Argentina and the United Kingdom. Four clips include: the CBS Evening News and a special report from June 15,1982; and the CBS Morning News and CBS Evening News from June 16, 1982.
Series of attacks in Israel in early 2000s that killed Americans are the fault of the PLO and the Palestinian authority, jury says
Fanny Agostini was shooting a live weather report when a powerful wave snuck up behind her
A French reporter doing a live shot was hit by an unexpected wave. CBSN's Elaine Quijano shows us the video.
Sources close to Geneva talks report progress in bridging long-standing differences of opinion over Islamic Republic's enrichment program
A column of ISIS militants has paraded boldly through Sirte, a city just a "small boat" journey from European soil
Camera traps catch sight of the critically endangered Amur leopard. A new census has found that the cat's numbers have doubled since 2007, showing that conservation efforts in Russia to keep the cat from extinction are working.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter is in Kuwait, getting his head around the "politico-military problem" posed by Islamic extremists
Popular race in Pyongyang to suffer; local media have suggested Ebola was created by the U.S. military as a biological weapon
Military spokesman says Ukraine can't comply with cease-fire requirement to pull back heavy weapons because rebels still on the attack
Not for the 1st time, it appears Boko Haram militants may be using young kids strapped with explosives to wage their campaign of terror
Scotland Yard is heading the search for the three missing girls, but it's now been almost a week since they boarded a plane for Turkey. Police believe they are trying to join ISIS. The girls' families are clinging to a slim hope that they haven't yet crossed the border into Syria. Elizabeth Palmer reports from New Scotland Yard, London's police headquarters.
Al-Shabaab, an al Qaeda-linked terror group in Somalia, released a video over the weekend calling for attacks on Western shopping malls including the Mall of America in Minnesota. Police departments across the country were on high alert after federal law enforcement officials issued a joint intelligence bulletin warning of the threats. Jeff Pegues reports from Washington.
Loved ones cling to hope that 3 teen London girls believed to be heading for Syria haven't made it there yet
Japanese auto giant tries to move forward after 5 deaths, dozens of injuries linked to exploding air-bags