The lopsided victory for voter-approved same-sex marriage in heavily Catholic Ireland has many asking: what the heck just happened?
Babies born to Annegret Raunigk in 26th week of pregnancy, but are likely to survive; woman already had 13 children ranging in age from 9 to 44
CBS News correspondent Clarissa Ward reports on the latest territorial gains by ISIS, which captured key gas fields near the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria and the city of Ramadi in Iraq.
A newly-launched replica of the 18th century French frigate Hermione is now in the mid-Atlantic, ploughing her way toward the U.S. East Coast. She's retracing the voyage made in 1780 by the original Hermione, whose mission was crucial to the American Revolution. Mark Phillips reports.
Hundreds of Pac-Man fans in Japan, dressed in yellow, marked the 35th anniversary of the video game. Charles Osgood reports.
When votes in an Irish constitutional referendum were tallied up, same-sex supporters learned they had won in a landslide. As Charlie D'Agata reports, it's being called a "social revolution."
Rights groups slam latest effort in what they say is "ongoing draconian crackdown which is squeezing the life out of civil society"
The 60th continent-wide contest finale between Russian star and Swedish crooner was close, but world politics may have influenced outcome
Ireland is the first country in the world to pass a constitutional referendum allowing same-sex marriage. As Charlie D'Agata reports, homosexuality was illegal there just 23 years ago.
Around 250,000 Catholics turned out in El Salvador for the ceremonial first step of Archbishop Oscar Romero's path to sainthood. As Allen Pizzey reports, this is something that would have been considered unlikely when Romero was gunned down celebrating Mass 35 years ago.
U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon lends support to march between North and South Korea by women from around the world
Leaders on both sides of referendum say there's a clear winner even as official ballot counting continues
Thousands have fled the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria since the extremist group pushed Syria Army forces out of the city, and now the irreplaceable historic treasure of Palmyra may be lost. Clarissa Ward reports.
ISIS has sealed off the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria. The city contains precious artifacts, thousands of years old, that are worth millions of dollars. Clarissa Ward reports on how the terror group may seek to profit from its new victory.
Gunbattle between police and criminal suspects happened in area dominated by Jalisco New Generation drug cartel
Historian Bernard Cornwell on what the decisive 19th century battle teaches us about war and its effects
Smuggling of city's ancient artifacts could yield group millions of dollars
Two of China's richest people lost billions of dollars as their stocks plunged on the Hang Seng Index. CBS News foreign correspondent Seth Doane joins CBSN with the details.
Putin spokesman says Russia "is taking all necessary measures" to free men from captivity
Daily Mail reporter posed as teen girl wishing to travel with 16-year-old whose older sister is allegedly a recruiter for ISIS