Unidentified surgeon will be flown to Omaha, Nebraska for treatment this weekend
Suspicions of corruption linger after American prosecutor disputes findings of report into 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process
A brief history of Russia's long-range bomber missions
Official says ISIS and Nusra Front agreed to work to destroy prominent Syrian rebel faction armed and trained by the U.S.
AP probe revealed millions of dollars in benefits have been paid to dozens of former Nazis who were forced out of the U.S.
Kiev warns security deteriorating in rebel-held east as separatist fighters move closer to government forces
Statement attributed to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi comes after rumors that he was wounded in U.S.-led airstrike
As the administration examines its strategy against ISIS, coalition airstrikes in Iraq and Syria seem to be turning the tide on militants. CBS News National Correspondent David Martin joins CBSN with the latest.
"We must depend on ourselves to defend our land for now and the future"
Groups say the United States "needs to do more, and quickly" to house the victims of Syria's civil war
Residents near Disneyland Paris warned to stay indoors after reports that a large predator is on the loose
Hotel bookings in Pacific resort city of Acapulco down more than 60 percent as Mexico grapples with protests over recent violence
Clinical trials to begin in West Africa as death toll tops 5K, nation previously cleared of disease at risk of becoming "another front"
U.S. president joins other world leaders in the ghost town of Naypyitaw, 200 miles north of Myanmar's former capital, Yangon
European Space Agency gets the news space gazers around the world have been waiting for
With 13 dead and even more women fighting for their lives after botched government sterilizations, doc blames bad drugs
Dominican Republic officials said Oscar Taveras' blood-alcohol level was well above the national legal limit
Anger over the disappearance of 43 students boiling over in case that highlights political corruption
Mounting fury over government involvement in case of missing students
Virus has continued to pop up in new places, both within the most affected countries and outside their borders