A new report says Saudi Arabian airstrikes against Houthi rebels have killed hundreds including 115 children
As the 40th anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War nears, dangerous remnants of the conflict remain. CBS News correspondent Barry Petersen went back to the country to follow a group whose mission is to find and safely destroy America’s undetonated bombs.
There are concerns Chile's Mount Calbuco could erupt for a third time. The previous eruptions have sent ash as far as 600 miles away. As Michelle Miller reports, scientists are studying the eruptions to see if they have any impact on global temperatures.
The Cabulco volcano in southern Chile has erupted twice in the last 24 hours after being dormant for decades. And there may be more action on the way. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green and David Begnaud discuss what geologists are monitoring.
Some photos just need more explaining than others
A group of Swedish law enforcement officers were on their way to see a Broadway show when a brawl broke out on a subway train and they stepped in
"If anyone picks it up, it can set it off," says guide during search for American bombs leftover from the Vietnam war
Video of an undersea volcano erupting thousands of feet below the surface of the Pacific is giving scientists insight into how they behave.
9-ship Iranian convoy potentially delivering weapons to Yemeni rebels has reversed course, Pentagon says
In one incident, agency says, a bridge was hit twice by warplanes, killing 40 civilians, including seven children
Leaders also pledge ships, aircraft, equipment to save lives after hundreds die in Mediterranean
Turkey denies the massacres and deportations constituted genocide, saying the toll has been inflated
Al-Houz bridge in Ramadi served as a primary supply route for the insurgents, colonel says
The Night Wolves, who claim to be the first biker club of the Soviet Union, wanted to make a symbolic drive through Poland
Actress tells the U.N. the crisis marks "the lowest point in the world's inability to protect and defend the innocent"
Italian police arrest suspected extremists accused of planning bombings in Pakistan and reveal details of potential plot dating back to 2010. CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports.
Eight hundred people may have drowned in a Mediterranean migrant tragedy. Some of the migrants were refugees from Syria's brutal civil war, but most were fleeing the harsh dictatorship in the North African country of Eritrea. Clarissa Ward, who got extraordinary access to survivors on assignment for "60 Minutes," joins "CBS This Morning" to preview Sunday's report.
Geologists are closely watching the Calbuco volcano, as another eruption may be looming. Carter Evans reports on the dramatic eruption that dumped more than a foot of ash on some towns.
Warren Weinstein is one of the two hostages who were killed in a CIA drone strike in January. The counterterrorism operations also killed two additional Americans who joined al Qaeda. It is believed they were using Weinstein and an Italian hostage as shields. Wyatt Andrews reports on the story from outside the Weinstein family home in Rockville, Maryland.
A U.S. drone strike in Pakistan accidentally killed two hostages, including American aid worker Warren Weinstein, and now, Weinstein's wife is slamming the government. Jeff Pegues reports on why she isn't alone in criticizing the administration's approach to hostages.