One of the destroyed tombs belongs to a descendant of Islam's Prophet Muhammad's cousin, official says
The British monarch's main home is in need of repair, with old plumbing and wiring and asbestos
The Japan summer Olympics are still five years away, but there is major controversy over famed architect Zaha Hadid's designs for the Tokyo stadium. The design is expected to be finalized next week. Construction is set to begin October 1. Reports say it could cost more than $2 billion, which would make it the most expensive stadium ever built. Seth Doane reports.
Police in Manchester, England released dramatic video of masked burglars breaking into a jewelry store in the town of Altrincham. The thieves made off with nearly $300,000 worth of watches.
France is demanding answers from the U.S. ambassador in Paris after a potentially damaging WikiLeaks release about espionage. The report claims the NSA monitored communications of the last three French presidents. The U.S. claims it is not spying on the French government. Major Garrett reports.
Some have likened it to a spaceship, a bicycle helmet or a turtle, and nearly every major Japanese architect has criticized the plans by a big name-contemporary
President Hollande's office says eavesdropping claimed in WikiLeaks documents is "unacceptable"
Graphic content: Undercover video filmed by PETA shows gruesome treatment of alligators and crocodiles, who are stunned with a bolt gun but sometimes still alive as they are skinned with box cutters.
Mexico may stop participating in the Miss Universe pageant after Donald Trump, who owns the competition, said the country only sends drugs, criminals and rapists to the United States. CBSN's Contessa Brewer has more on the controversy.
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