Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu trailed in the opinion polls, but he won the only poll that mattered -- the vote. Barry Petersen reports from Tel Aviv on what Tuesday's election results mean for Israel and the country's relationship with the United States.
As the Syrian conflict hits the 4-year mark, CBS News' Clarissa Ward reflects on the evolution of the country's civil war.
Local media report fatalities as men in military garb take foreign tourists hostage at National Bardo Museum, near parliament in Tunis
The American embassy in Tokyo received threatening phone calls last month against U.S. ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Reports of the threats surfaced hours before First Lady Michelle Obama arrived in Japan Wednesday morning for her first visit to the country. Seth Doane reports.
Wartime enemies Bosnia and Serbia unite to bring men behind Europe's only post-Holocaust genocide to justice
Rugged, western individualism of the famed Wyoming city recreated an hour from Beijing and protected by a cowboy-hat-wearing Chinese security guard
Officials say U.S. ambassador and another American official were singled out in threatening phone calls
Vehicles torched, at least 2 cops injured as police square off with thousands angry over spending cuts at inauguration ceremony for EU bank
Outcome was surprise and could mean more trouble for relations with U.S. and for Mideast peace efforts
Exit polls showed close contest between prime minister's party and that of chief rival but actual results tell far different story
A woman was sentenced to 70 lashes for insulting a Saudi man via the social media messaging app “WhatsApp.”
No tsunami threat or initial reports of damage or injury from magnitude 6.6 quake
The most voters in more than a decade turned out for Tuesday's elections in Israel
At one time, marijuana smokers would mainly blaze up Mexican-grown strains; but now more are turning to America for their ganja.
Voting is over in Israel and Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party and opposition leader Isaac Herzog's Zionist Union are nearly deadlocked, polls show
A man claims the woman damaged his reputation with the remark on the messaging service
American surveillance plane brought down by Syria's air defenses in coastal province, according to statement
Plane crews say people made big, white "H'' marks in multiple villages and others flashed mirrors to attract attention
Officials tell the AP that correspondence and images on 21-year-old's cellphone that she was planning to head to ISIS territory
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says if he wins the election, there will be no statehood for the Palestinian people. CBS Radio's Dan Raviv joins CBSN with more on how that comment could affect future peace negotiations.