12-year-old German girl among witnesses, saying through her tears that there was blood on the ground and everything was blown to bits
British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived at the Brussels meeting trying to make nice, and it did not go well
Two suicide bombers blew themselves up rocking the country's largest airport in Istanbul on June 28, 2016, leaving multiple people injured, and several dead
Turkish official says at least 10 killed in attack, around 20 injured; official says two attackers blew themselves up at airport after police fired at them
Animal mauled the 15-year-old boy at a camp in a South African national park, sinking its teeth into the teen's face as he slept in a tent
The unidentified Syrian man discovered the money in a cupboard he had been given by a charitable organization
An unprecedented ceremony was held Tuesday inside the Vatican to celebrate Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI's 65th anniversary as a priest. Pope Francis greeted Benedict with a kiss on both cheeks and praised Benedict's "entire life spent in priestly service."
The world's top-ranked golfer has joined the list of athletes opting out due to health concerns
Retired Pope Benedict XVI showed his support for Pope Francis and his 'mercy-filled ministry' Tuesday in a ceremony where the reigning Pope honored a retired one
UNICEF warns global inequality is increasing, driving a wedge through Western societies and putting the world's next generation at risk
Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of the Wall Street Journal, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how insecurities about globalization and a feeling of loss of control inspired the Brexit decision. He also weighs in on its consequences and the potential for a second referendum.
Just over five weeks before the summer Olympics get underway, Rio still faces a number of problems. Police say they're underpaid and the acting governor admits the games could be a "big failure" because of budget shortfalls. Now, the doping control lab -- set up to make sure athletes don't cheat -- is closed. Ben Tracy reports.
British and European leaders meet Tuesday for the first time since Britain's voters decided to leave the European Union. Political pressure on Britain is building, but the economic pressure is starting to lift. Stock markets in Europe and Asia are gaining ground after heavy losses following the vote. Leaders of all 28 EU countries are gathering in Brussels, Belgium for a summit meeting. Mark Phillips reports from Brussels.
Amid clashes with Palestinian rioters, police ban non-Muslims from site holy to both religions until end of Ramadan
British leaders in Brussels to face the music -- and crow loudly -- as world wonders how long it will take for Brexit to happen, and on whose terms
Just weeks before Summer Olympics get underway, World Anti-Doping Agency suspends the $66 million lab set up to catch doping athletes
Amnesty International report claims female detainees subject to torture, beatings, sexual assault; "they know how to hurt you as a woman"
Markets worldwide continue to assess impact of Britain's unprecedented decision
All aboard a military helicopter that crashed in a mountainous area over the weekend were found dead when searchers reached the site in western Colombia
The stock market tanked for the second straight day Monday after Britain voted to leave the European Union. Greg Ip, Wall Street Journal chief economics commentator, joins CBSN with more financial insight.