Withdrawing rig reduces the immediate risk of a naval standoff but will do little to mend relations between the two countries
As Israelis record their 1st death in current conflict Palestinian death toll passes 200, and with diplomacy effectively shelved, Israel insists it must hit harder
Syrian leader takes oath after reelection dismissed by much of the world as impossible to hold in a warzone where 170K have fallen
Intensifies airstrikes after Hamas rejects truce proposal; Palestinians say death toll since hostilities began tops 200
Dad says he planted a flag in an unclaimed, mountainous region between Egypt and Sudan because he promised daughter she would be royalty
The Senate Appropriations defense subcommittee approved a bill with more than $600 million for technology that intercepts incoming rockets
Time-lapse video shows the raising of the wrecked Italian cruise ship Costa Concordia from the underwater platform it has been resting on for the past year.
Eight people were gored in the week-long running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain
Israel's leader says country will exert "great force" against Gaza's Hamas rulers; Israeli man killed while delivering food to soldiers
Despite election of new parliament speaker, it was not clear whether lawmakers had agreed on choice for prime minister
The World Cup winners were met by huge crowds as they arrived in Berlin on Tuesday
Germany's World Cup winners share 4th title with fans by parading trophy through cheering throngs at the Brandenburg Gate
Weeks before final arguments in his murder trial, double amputee sprinter back on front pages after altercation at trendy Johannesburg club.
All casualties from suicide blast apparently civilians as shoppers had thronged to market near end of holy month of Ramadan
Powerful CCTV anchor Rui Chenggang was detained during supposed Chinese corruption crackdown
Militant group in Gaza says rockets won't stop until blockade ends, prisoners freed; "no Israelis have been killed... why are they waging war?"
Packed train derails in Russian capital during morning rush-hour; survivors speak of smoky ordeal in tunnel as bodies pulled from car
There were signs an Egypt-brokered truce deal might gain traction, but the lull in fighting -- if there was one -- didn't last half a day
After a week of heavy fighting that has left at least 185 people dead, both sides say they are considering the offer
U.S. team has some advantages looking ahead to the next World Cup; Germany, not so much; CBS News' Steve Futterman reports on the highlights from Brazil