Ahead of an elaborate reburial ceremony, new video shows the moment archaeologists discovered the former king's bones
Angered Israelis are considering removing the embattled leader from a position he once thought he would keep easily
When the bombs rain down on Syria, it is the White Helmets who run in to help
The pacific nation's president said the damage done by a cyclone last weekend was so severe that it must "start anew"
The chairman of Blackmores, an Australian vitamin and natural health company, decided to sell his stocks to buy a boat. CBSN's Gigi Stone Wood shows us the letter he wrote to the company's board members.
Just one day before Israeli voters hit the polls, the gap between Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu and his opponent Isaac Herzog narrows. CBS News Radio's Dan Raviv joins CBSN with more on the close race.
"Gradually we saw the arrival of the Islamists on the battlefield and this really completely changed the character of the uprising altogether," says Ward
Kerry said U.S. pushing Assad regime for political solution to war; Assad calls overture "bubbles that disappear after some time"
Republican senator and potential presidential contender insists controversial letter will not disrupt nuclear talks
Embattled Israeli PM, in the middle of a tough election, doubles down on hard-line rhetoric; his opponent promises "upheaval"
U.K. police under increasing pressure to stem the flow of would-be militants eager to join extremists in Syria
Rev. Juan Barros tapped by pontiff to take over diocese, provoking outcry by victims who say he covered up abuse of boys
Camera mounted to Darshan the eagle captures remarkable footage in the skies over Dubai
Show of force by Putin involving tens of thousands of troops, dozens of ships and more than 100 aircraft come amid spiraling tensions with West
The Houthis said the ending of the detention was a good-will gesture aimed at defusing the political crisis
Georgina Harwood has been skydiving before, so she upped the ante on her centenary celebration with a shark cage dive as well
While still miles behind the U.S. and Russia in selling weapons, China's share of the global arms market rose 143 percent in 4 years
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's trial moving faster than anticipated, largely because the defense has not cross-examined many witnesses
Braydon Smith was alert and talkative after unanimous decision loss in featherweight bout in Australia, but collapsed 90 minutes later
Cyclone Pam destroyed or damaged 90 percent of the buildings in the capital alone, Vanuatu's president says