The U.S. announced that for the first time since the end of the Cold War, it will station combat equipment in six eastern European countries worried about the threat from neighboring Russia. CBS News correspondent discussed the move with Secretary of Defense Ash Carter.
WikiLeaks released documents Tuesday that allege the U.S. National Security Agency targeted the presidents
The death toll in blistering Pakistan heat wave continues to rise, overflowing hospitals and morgues. CBSN's Anne-Marie Green reports on the growing casualties.
The 'forgotten war', in which 5.7 million American men and women served, began 65 years ago on June 25, 1950; it lasted just over three years, but Americans in uniform still maintain the peace along the 38th parallel
As the temperature topped 113 degrees Fahrenheit in Karachi, the city got hit with a massive power outage
The U.S. military has been working to recruit local forces in Syria to fight against ISIS, but Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that only a fraction of those who apply receive American support. Carter also told Margaret Brennan that he is hopeful the Iraqi government can win the support of Sunnis against ISIS.
Police say Venezuelan man is member of drug-trafficking gang that used dogs to send liquid heroin from Colombia to U.S.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter tells CBS News' Margaret Brennan that finding Syrians who want to fight ISIS - rather than the Syrian regime - is difficult
The hoverbike may become a thing of reality soon. CBSN's Vladimir Duthiers and Meg Oliver show us how it'll work.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said that he is hopeful, but not confident, that the U.S. can close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba before the end of President Obama's term. Carter told Margaret Brennan that he is working on a proposal to Congress that would relocate some of the most dangerous prisoners and allow the prison to be shut down.
The defense secretary joined CBS News for an exclusive interview in Tallinn, Estonia
"Women on Waves" has history of providing abortion services at sea to women from countries with restrictive laws, but now they're taking to the skies
The U.S. military is pledging weapons, aircraft and commandos as part of a new rapid reaction force in Europe. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter is detailing the commitment to counter Russian aggression and the threat from ISIS. He is meeting with his NATO counterparts in Europe. Carter sat down with Margaret Brennan in an interview you'll see only on "CBS This Morning."
Team USA is heading to the World Cup quarterfinals. The Americans defeated Colombia Monday night 2-0, but the victory came with a price. Jericka Duncan reports from Edmonton, Canada.
Poland's national airline is back in the air after a cyber attack grounded 11 flights and 1,400 passengers Sunday. The airline's CEO says it's an industry problem that could happen to "anyone anytime." CrowdStrike Services president and former FBI executive assistant director Shawn Henry joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss how vulnerable airlines are to this threat.
Representatives from military alliance at telemedicine center in Sioux Falls looking at ways to respond to medical emergencies from afar.
Defense chief Ash Carter tells CBS News that America will bolster NATO's deterrent force with military muscle
Memorial service marks somber 70th anniversary in Okinawa, where some families feel "the war hasn't truly ended"
Mortuaries running out of room as temps over 100 degrees take a toll on elderly in sweltering city of Karachi
The Pentagon says a person of interest in the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi has been killed in an airstrike. CBSN's Kristine Johnson reports on the target.