Riyad Mansour, the permanent observer of Palestine to the United Nations, discusses efforts to reach a cease-fire, the Palestinian people's reluctance to return to the status quo, Hamas' role in the national consensus government, and the future of Israeli-Palestinian relations. CBS News' Pamela Falk reports.
A solemn motorcade was to carry the crash victims across central Holland, past crowds of Dutch people lining the roads to pay tribute
Astronaut aboard International Space Stations tweets dramatic photos of rockets exploding over Gaza and Israel
Palestinians fleeing Gaza fighting seek shelter in schools already packed with refugees; "we can't go on like this much longer," says one woman
Witnesses say officer opened fire on reporters' car, killing photographer Anja Niedringhaus and wounding correspondent Kathy Gannon
Thousands pay their respects as remains of victims of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 arrive in the Netherlands
Spanish biologists and volunteers test and tag flamingos at an Andalusian lake
Cruise liner slowly being towed away from the tiny Italian island where it capsized more than two years ago, killing 32 people
CBS News producer Justine Redman explains how she and her colleagues manage to stay focused -- almost all of the time
Secretary of State John Kerry made a surprise visit to Israel Wednesday to try to halt the fighting between Israelis and Palestinians. CBS News' Margaret Brennan reports from Jerusalem.
Plague, spread by rodents like marmots, reportedly kills a man and prompts quarantine in part of northern Chinese city
Plane with dozens onboard was making landing attempt on small island
Official in Keiv quoted as saying pro-Russian militias have downed jets using shoulder-fired missiles near Flight 17 crash site
As fighting rages between Israeli forces and Hamas, U.N. humanitarian office gives stark warning over impact on civilians
Top U.S. diplomat pressing efforts to get Jewish state and Hamas to agree to truce; dozens of families scrambling to flee fierce fighting near Gaza Strip town
Ukraine holds ceremony at airport in Kharkiv before coffins carrying remains from downed Malaysia Airlines jet are sent to Netherlands
Though not making as many headlines recently, there are multiple other global flash points lawmakers are dealing with
Senior intelligence officials say pictures posted on social media, phone calls point to pro-Russian rebels, but it's not an airtight case
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the influx of foreign fighters aiding ISIS militants in Iraq and Syria, the continued rise of Boko Haram, and the bloody clashes currently plaguing Libya.
Tour de France riders pass through scenery ranging from the extraordinary to the mundane on their 2,276-mile journey