On the final day of campaigning before Tuesday's election, Netanyahu is sagging in the polls and pulling out all the stops to save his job
Top U.S., Iranian diplomats meet face-to-face amid mounting backlash in both countries and lingering obstacles to a nuclear pact
President Nicolas Maduro has been given the power to legislate by decree for nine months
Cyclone Pam left so much damage to Vanuatu that officials say citizens there must "start anew"
Demonstrators, accusing the government of corruption, marched in more than 50 cities to demand the ouster of President Dilma Rousseff
The bell tower of Moscow's Novodevichy Convent sustained undetermined damage in a blaze Sunday
There's a chance Israel may get a new prime minister. In an election too close to call, the latest polls show the Zionist Union party neck-and-neck with Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party in the race to win the biggest number of seats in Israel's parliament. Barry Petersen reports from Tel Aviv.
Secretary of State John Kerry is in Switzerland to resume a marathon session of nuclear talks with Iran. Kerry told CBS News State Department correspondent Margaret Brennan inspections are the main obstacle blocking a deal.
Intense battle between Iraqi security forces and extremists over Tikrit leaves late dictator's elaborate gravesite in ruins
Russian president shown in documentary discussing Ukraine situation amid speculation over his whereabouts
Protesters in more than 70 cities nationwide decry government corruption, call for Dilma Rousseff's impeachment
Latest example of India's scourge of sexual violence happened after nun tried to stop robbers' attack on Christian missionary school
Latest case of European teens allegedly seeking to join ISIS in Syria means problem "on a much larger scale" than thought, official says
The monstrous cyclone tore through the tiny South Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu packing winds of 168 miles per hour and leaving a trail of destruction and unconfirmed reports of dozens of deaths.
Secretary of State John Kerry says that a political solution is the only option to end Syria's bloody civil war
Dramatic video captures man on a motorcycle fleeing police through retail center, including down an escalator
Dramatic surveillance video shows a motorcyclist, who failed to stop for police, driving through a shopping center in Surrey, Canada.
Spanish journalist and former hostage Javier Espinosa says he had a lot of experience with the depravity of "Jihadi John"
Divisive Israeli PM on the verge of overtaking nation's iconic founding father, David Ben-Gurion, as the longest-ever serving premier
Remote Pacific archipelago hit with near-total communications blackout after 168 mph winds, making death toll hard to pin down