Israel is vowing to retaliate for an attack at a West Jerusalem synagogue. Two heavily armed Palestinian men stormed the synagogue, killing four, including three Americans. CBS News Producer Michal Ben-Gal joins us live from Tel-Aviv with the latest.
Four rabbis killed in deadliest attack in Jerusalem in years as tensions soar.
Two Palestinian cousins killed in shootout after their rampage left three U.S. citizens and a Briton dead; Israelis wants retribution
The parents of the murdered American hostage spoke to reporters on Monday, a day after it was confirmed that their son was executed by ISIS. U.S. officials say that the country will not be swayed by terror. Margaret Brennan reports from Washington.
Two armed Palestinian men entered a Jerusalem synagogue and attacked worshippers Tuesday morning, killing four and injuring six others. The attackers were killed in a shootout with Israeli police. Tom Rayner of CBS News partner Sky News reports from Jerusalem.
Officials defend practice of giving all female recruits so-called "two-finger" test, which they say is to prevent spread of disease
Police say four rabbis among dead in gun-and-meat cleaver assault in ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood as tensions in Holy Land continue to escalate
Police say at least four worshipers killed in attack in ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood as tensions in Holy Land continue to escalate
A truck full of explosives were detonated in a gate to a compound that housed foreigners on the outskirts of Kabul
The Institute for Economics and Peace said 18,000 people were killed in about 10,000 attacks
Workers began to clear barricades at the site of a pro-democracy student protest that has lasted months in parts of the city
On Sunday, ISIS posted another video showing the beheading of American captive Peter Kassig. Kassig, a former Army Ranger turned aid worker. Margaret Brennan reports.
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the violent protests that have erupted in Mexico amid corruption that's led to an alleged massacre of college students.
Israel has issued home destruction notices to families of Palestinians in the West Bank linked to attacks against Israeli citizens.
Saudi officials say the militant group is more of a threat than al Qaeda ever was; CBS News got rare access to see what they're doing to safeguard themselves
CBS News national security consultant Juan Zarate discusses the latest developments in the fight against ISIS, including the newly released video showing the death of American Peter Kassig.
Pope Francis sounding more like his predecessor than the Argentine Jesuit who famously said "Who am I to judge?" about gays
One activist is hospitalized and another injured after Spanish Navy boats repeatedly rammed Greenpeace boats as they engaged in a peaceful protest against oil drilling in the Canary Islands, Spain.
Karl Stefanovic says that while no one asked about his attire, people regularly criticized outfits worn by co-host Lisa Wilkinson
A new report claims that the world's largest chocolate makers say we're running out of chocolate. Mars, Inc. and Barry Callebaut have data that shows their is a worldwide chocolate deficit -- people are eating more chocolate than is grown by farmers.