An almost mythical Nazi gold train from World War II is believed to have been found in Southwest Poland. Elizabeth Palmer has more
Russian war planes pounded Syria for a second day Thursday, reportedly targeting groups linked to al Qaeda
Amateur treasure hunters who found the train in Poland say they hope for millions of dollars
Pentagon officials say Russian airstrikes are hitting places where few, if any, ISIS fighters are operating
Russia continues airstrikes in Syria, although U.S. officials say they aren't targeting ISIS as the Russians claim
Israeli Prime Minister says the deal allows Iran to spread radicalism in the Middle East, will let Iran get closer to making nuclear weapons
Hurricane Joaquin has strengthened to Category 4 storm; batters Bahamas, on track to affect U.S.
115 scorpions were hidden in plastic cups and other containers to be sold on the internet in the U.S. as "new animal companions"
Trending stories: Hurricane Joaquin, Russia strikes in Syria, and Clinton email threat
Cafe offering 120 breakfast cereals becomes surprising flashpoint for protest in city increasingly polarized between rich and poor
Anti-smoking measures are expanded in England and Wales to protect kids from the dangers of second-hand smoke
John McCain and Syrian activists say 2 days of airstrikes have hit opposition forces "armed and trained by the CIA"
Five Americans got sick after controversial overseas treatment involving sheep cell injections
Kunduz residents say battle still underway after gov't declared control, as pressure mounts on President Ghani
Former CIA deputy director and CBS News senior security contributor Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning"
Donald Trump says if he's president, none of the Syrians who come to the U.S. will be allowed to stay
U.S. officials say rebel fighters backed by the CIA were hit in one of Wednesday's opening round of airstrikes
Activists claim Russian fighter jets bombing rebel territory for 2nd day, and there are concerns Moscow's target choice could make the war worse
Powerful Category 3 storm sweeping across central, eastern Bahamas on track for U.S.
Russia-linked hackers tried to gain access to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private email account at least five times, newly released messages show