Greek F-16 jet crashes into other aircraft on the ground during NATO training in southeastern Spain
After long and divisive dispute ends, 500-year-old institution celebrates milestone
Election of left-wing government in Greece highlights the mounting popular unrest in Europe over "austerity" policies
As Alexander Litvinenko lay dying from radiation poisoning in 2006, he named the man he thought had ordered his murder: Vladimir Putin
Prosecutors ask court to sentence Costa Concordia captain to 26 years in prison for the 2012 shipwreck that killed 32 people
Militants on "verge of defeat" after some 1,600 people killed, thousands displaced in battle for Syrian border town of Kobani
A mountain-sized asteroid will zoom past Earth Monday, marking the closest pass by such a large space rock until 2027. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Vladimir Duthiers have the details.
The Spanish have long known that author Miguel de Cervantes was buried somewhere near chapel in Madrid, but for 399 years his exact location has remained a mystery
Parade displays military power and includes ornate floats highlighting India's cultural diversity
With new unverified video seeming to shift terror group's demands, Tokyo says it's "seeking cooperation from every possible party"
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
The beard on King Tut's golden mask, one of the world's most famous relics, fell off and was hastily repaired with epoxy at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. As Alex Ortiz reports, this is exactly the kind of sticky situation Egypt didn't need.
President Obama is the first U.S. leader to be honored as a chief guest at India's annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi. The event comes after the two countries achieved a series of breakthroughs on nuclear policy. Major Garrett reports.
Dozens of purported opposition members meet in Moscow to discuss devastating 4-year war, but expectations are rightfully low
Moscow says shelling in eastern Ukrainian city that left dozens dead was a logical reaction by pro-Russian separatists
As ousted leader Hosni Mubarak's sons walk out of jail, liberal activists claim proof unarmed protester was gunned down by police
Security measures under review after person pretending to be a member of U.K. spy agency gets through to 10 Downing Street
Bond between leaders of world's 2 largest democracies tightens with economic deal-making, but global crises steal spotlight
Paulina Vega of Colombia won the ultimate pageant award. The 22-year-old is proud of her country and said that Colombians “are a persevering people no matter what obstacle gets in [their] way."
The Japanese government was still analyzing a video purporting to show that another hostage had been killed by the extremist group