March 17 election is widely seen as a vote of confidence in prime minister, whose campaign mainly focuses on security
Pope's popularity continues to soar but some conservatives worry he may be eroding the Catholic identity
After two years at the Vatican, Francis said he didn't dislike being pope but that what he really missed was his freedom
Rare photos of Osama Bin Laden in his Tora Bora hideout
In her first week online, octogenarian Kerstin Wolgers used Google, Instagram and Tinder: "You could look at this for hours!"
Secretary of state makes a rare public show of support for the Egyptian president, as he tries to jumpstart the troubled nation's economy
Incident at Iraqi training base marks the first time a U.S. soldier has been wounded by fire from the extremists
On the women’s European cycling tour in the Netherlands, a competitor was struck down by a spectator just before the finish line. The cyclist fell off her bike and rolled her way to the finish line. Despite a freshly broken collarbone, she managed to finish the race. CBSN’s Michelle Miller and Elaine Quijano have more on the painful collision.
Dallas police have arrested someone they believe was involved in the murder of an Iraqi refugee. Surveillance video of the attack shows the refugee was shot and killed while taking pictures of his first snowfall. There is no evidence that this was a hate crime against Muslims at this time. CBSN’s Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller have the details.
A Brazilian warehouse is flooded by thousands of beer cans that fell off the shelves. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller have more on the brewski bummer.
A Univision talk show host lost his job after making racially insensitive comments about first lady Michelle Obama. CBSN's Elaine Quijano and Michelle Miller have more.
Indian groom's family tried persuading the bride to return, but she refused, saying: "Even a first grader can answer this"
A Chicago man charged along with his girlfriend in the murder of her mother at a Bali resort says the victim strangled him and threatened his girlfriend's unborn child
Prosecutors had previously refused to travel to London, where WikiLeaks founder has spent 3 years inside Ecuadorean embassy
On March 15, 44 B.C., a gang of conspirators assassinated the Roman emperor Julius Caesar
Former "Survivor" producer Bruce Beresford-Redman faces 12 years in prison. He was convicted on Thursday of killing his wife, Monica Burgos, during a family vacation in Cancun. Last fall, he sat down with "48 Hours" and provided CBS News with a rare video diary documenting his time behind bars. "48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty reports.
ISIS is expanding from the Middle East to new territory in West Africa. The extremist group accepted a pledge of allegiance from Nigeria-based Boko Haram. CBS News senior security contributor and former CIA deputy director Michael Morell joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact of this pledge.
Iraqi forces are closer to recapturing the ISIS stronghold of Tikrit. The city fell to ISIS last year, but Iraqi forces have been working for nearly two weeks to enter it. Holly Williams, who has been traveling with the Iraqi fighters along the front lines, reports from Baghdad.
Battle for Tikrit part of biggest Iraqi offensive against the militant group so far and fighters are in a triumphant mood
Experts and a survivor watch as Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's team reveals wreckage of a Japanese WWII warship